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Baumann: ‘Colossus of world basketball’

Baumann: ‘Colossus of world basketball’

By Tito S. Talao The death of FIBA secretary-general Patrick Baumann last Sunday reportedly from a heart attack while attending the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, Argentina drew waves of shock and sympathy from all over the world, especially from countries where the sport of basketball is played and followed with manic passion.

FIBA: PH shocks China in  3×3 tourney

The Philippines failed to advance to the next round but earned raves – and perhaps the bragging rights – following its stunning win over China in the 2018 FIBA 3×3 Under-23 World Cup on Friday in at Xi’an, China.

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PH stays alive

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PH stays alive

The Philippine team waylaid Turkmenistan, 21-8, to stay alive in the 2018 Fiba 3×3 Under-23 World Cup, clipping Turkmenistan, 21-8, Friday at Xi’an, China.

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PH 3×3 loses twice in China

  By WAYLON GALVEZ   Lacking in height and experience, the Philippine team suffered a double whammy in the 2018 FIBA 3×3 U-23 World Cup Wednesday night in Xi’an, China. The Ricci Rivero-led national team dropped its first two games in what could be an ominous sign of what to expect from the team. Ranked […]

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PBA looks set to play in Asia tilt

  By JONAS TERRADO   PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial is open to the prospect of seeing the pro league field teams in the FIBA Asia Champions Cup on a regular basis after the ice was broken with the Meralco Bolts’ participation in the club tournament that concluded Tuesday night in Nonthaburi, Thailand. The Bolts settled […]

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PH 3×3 faces acid test

The national 3×3 team, led by collegiate standout Ricci Rivero, faces a rough sailing as it opens its campaign today in the FIBA 3×3 Under-23 World Cup in Xi’An, China.

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