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Parks named ABL MVP for third time

Parks named ABL MVP for third time

Parks, coming off his final season with San Miguel Alab Pilipinas, edged out Singapore’s Delvin Goh, CLS’ Brandon Jawato and the Saigon Heat’s Chris Dierker to become the league’s first three-time Local MVP winner.

Alab reign  in ABL ends

The ASEAN Basketball League title reign of San Miguel Alab Pilipinas came to an end Wednesday night after being manhandled by Hong Kong Eastern, 102-84, in Game 2 of their best-of-three quarterfinals at Southorn Stadium.

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Alab fights for survival against HK

Pushed to the limit after a heartbreaking loss in Lapu-Lapu City, Alab wants nothing than to put its best performance yet and keep its title reign alive in the game set at 8 p.m.

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SMB-Alab falls

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SMB-Alab falls

Tsz Lai Lau’s three gave Hong Kong an 88-86 lead with 30 seconds left before Alab failed to send the game into overtime after forcing a turnovers several plays later when Ray Parks Jr. was blocked by Michael Holyfield at the buzzer.

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Alab ready for playoffs

Four straight losses including Sunday’s 81-80 setback to Vietnam’s Saigon Heat in Ho Chi Minh City put Alab at 18-8 after the four-month eliminations, thus arranging a best-of-three quarters duel with No. 7 Hong Kong Eastern. #ABL

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Formosa rips San Mig-Alab

By Jonas Terrado Game Sunday (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) 5 p.m. – Saigon vs Alab Pilipinas Shorthanded San Miguel Alab Pilipinas was relegated to second place in the ASEAN Basketball League after absorbing an 88-74 loss to the Formosa Dreamers at the City of Sta. Rosa Multi-Purpose Complex in Laguna. Alab failed to once […]

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