|Mike Gamboa||Guard||5 ft 6 in||29|
|LA Revilla||Guard||5 ft 8 in||29|
|Jason Perkins||Forward||6 ft 4 in||26|
|JC Intal||Forward||6 ft 4 in||35|
|Justin Chua||Forward/Center||6 ft 6 in||29|
|Doug Kramer||Forward/Center||6 ft 5 in||35|
|Jaypee Mendoza||Guard/Forward||6 ft 3 in||28|
|Rey Guevarra||Guard/Forward||6 ft 3 in||32|
|Willy Wilson||Forward||6 ft 3 in||38|
|RJ Jazul||Guard||5 ft 11 in||32|
|Matthew Wright||Guard/Forward||6 ft 4 in||26|
|Calvin Abueva||Forward||6 ft 2 in||30|
|Dave Marcelo||Forward/Center||6 ft 5 in||29|
|Alex Mallari||Guard/Forward||6 ft 4 in||31|
|Jason Ballesteros||Center||6 ft 7 in||35|
The Fuel Masters is considered as one of the “Dark Horses” this upcoming 2019 PBA Philippine Cup.
When team governors and their respective coaches was asked what is the team to beat in the All-Filipino, most of them responded with either San Miguel Beermen, Barangay Ginebra San Miguel or Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok.
Yet, the Fuel Masters can spoil their predictions, similar to what coach Yeng Guiao did in the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft where he shattered many of the mock drafts when he called Paul Desiderio as their fourth pick.
During last year’s Philippine and Commissioner’s Cup, the team handled led by coach Louie Alas appeared to be a mediocre squad. Then on the Governors’ Cup, a big boost to was added to their roster which resulted to their impressive campaign in the season-ending tourney.
After his AWOL issues with the Alaska Aces, Calvin Abueva joined Phoenix via a trade. With “the Beast” in the line-up not only he helped the team to log a 8-3 win-loss slate (second best) but he also brought his winning culture to Fuel Masters.
Prior to the start of the first conference, the franchise made sure that they will continue to have the services of their main marksman, Matthew Wright by offering him a three-year contract.