|Philippines PBA Cup||07/07 11:15||-||TNT Tropang Giga vs San Miguel Beermen||-||View|
|Philippines PBA Cup||07/10 10:30||-||Barangay Ginebra San Miguel vs TNT Tropang Giga||-||View|
|Philippines PBA Cup||07/01 07:00||-|| TNT Tropang Giga v Terrafirma Dyip ||W||114-86|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/29 07:00||-|| NorthPort Batang Pier v TNT Tropang Giga ||W||112-117|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/26 08:30||-|| TNT Tropang Giga v Phoenix Fuel Masters ||W||87-72|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/23 11:15||-|| Rain or Shine Elasto Painters v TNT Tropang Giga ||W||85-89|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/18 11:15||-|| Meralco Bolts v TNT Tropang Giga ||W||71-78|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/16 09:15||-|| NLEX Road Warriors v TNT Tropang Giga ||L||90-89|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/12 08:30||-|| TNT Tropang Giga v Converge Fiberxers ||W||86-83|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/09 09:15||-|| TNT Tropang Giga v Blackwater Bossing ||L||78-85|
|Philippines PBA Cup||06/05 10:30||-|| Magnolia Hotshots v TNT Tropang Giga ||W||72-78|
|Philippines PBA Governors' Cup||03/19 08:00||3|| Barangay Ginebra San Miguel v TNT Tropang Giga ||L||115-95|
|Philippines PBA Governors' Cup||03/16 10:00||3|| TNT Tropang Giga v Barangay Ginebra San Miguel ||L||92-104|
|Philippines PBA Governors' Cup||03/11 10:00||-|| NorthPort Batang Pier v TNT Tropang Giga ||W||101-106|
The TNT Tropang Giga (formerly known as the Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters) is a professional basketball team currently owned by Smart Communications, a subsidiary of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT), playing in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) since 1990.
The franchise began in 1990 when Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCPPI) acquired a PBA franchise. Under PCPPI, the franchise played under the names Pepsi and 7 Up. In 1996, the franchise came under the control of Pilipino Telephone Corporation (Piltel) and played under the name Mobiline. In 2001, the franchise was renamed Talk 'N Text after the operations of Piltel was absorbed by Smart Communications.
The team is currently one of three PBA teams under the control of businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan – the others are the Meralco Bolts and NLEX Road Warriors. To date, the franchise has won seven official PBA titles (and one special PBA tournament championship), it also remains as one of the league's powerhouses and it is one of the oldest teams in PBA.