|Sidney Onwubere||Forward||6 ft 4 in||25|
|Gabe Norwood||Guard/Forward||6 ft 6 in||33|
|Ed Daquioag||Guard/Forward||6 ft 0 in||27|
|Dexter Maiquez||Forward||6 ft 3 in||27|
|Maverick Ahanmisi||Guard||6 ft 2 in||27|
|Jewel Penferada||Forward/Center||6 ft 5 in||30|
|Mark Borboran||Forward||6 ft 4 in||34|
|James Yap||Guard/Forward||6 ft 2 in||36|
|Raymond Almazan||Forward/Center||6 ft 8 in||29|
|Jay Washington||Forward||6 ft 7 in||37|
|Rey Nambatac||Guard||6 ft 0 in||34|
|Norbert Torres||Forward/Center||6 ft 6 in||28|
|Beau Belga||Forward/Center||6 ft 6 in||32|
|Ronnie Matias||Forward||6 ft 4 in||35|
|Jjay Alejandro||Guard||6 ft 0 in||23|
|Javee Mocon||Forward||6 ft 3 in||24|
|John Casino||Guard||5 ft 10 in|
It was a roller-coaster ride for the Elasto Painters in their 43rd PBA season.
One of the reasons of their forgetful third conference campaign is most likely their internal issues.
To bolster their winning chances in the upcoming three conference tournament, they have re-signed James Yap for a fresh three-year contract.
Apart from winning another championship trophy for the franchise, perhaps one of the areas the coaching staff is focusing right now is how to break their Columbian Dyip losing spell.
Although usually at the tail end of the end of the standings but the Dyip able to make a grand slam win against Rain or Shine last season.