Enjoy the scenery. While the players monopolize all the screaming from the girls, the girls themselves are worth raving about.
You can propose marriage to your favorite player. Or you can ask him out for the prom, the way a Chris Tiu fan did a few years back. They would probably say “no,” but the chances of them thinking you’re cute are high.
Watch the drama not always seen on TV. Like the expression on someone’s face as they make an early exit out of the court. Carlo Gomez of the UP Fighting Maroons looks defiant after the punching foul he gave to Nico Salva of the Ateneo Blue Eagles. This type of unapologetic expression is not unheard of. When Lord Casajeros of the UE Red Warriors was thrown out, he walked unflinchingly and not once lowered his gaze from the angry fans of the Maroons.
Your team just might surprise you. The Maroons gave their fans a present when they won their first game and ended their 18-game losing streak. They surprised everyone by beating the heavily favored FEU Tamaraws with a convincing victory. You might want to be there and celebrate with them in their next victory.
It’s okay to lose control while at the games. You can scream your lungs out. You can jump like crazy. You can even join the wave if you want to.