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Bolts seek final vs Iran

The Meralco Bolts aim to score another upset win and gain a spot in the final tonight when they face crack Iranian side Petrochimi in the FIBA Asia Champions Cup semifinals at Stadium 29 in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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Standhardinger or Pringle?

  By JONAS TERRADO   Coach Yeng Guiao is entertaining the idea of alternating Christian Standhardinger and Stanley Pringle for the two games Gilas Pilipinas is scheduled to play in the fourth window of the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers slated next week. Standhardinger and Pringle are considered as naturalized players by FIBA after securing Philippine […]

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PH 5 told to treat Kazakhs as ‘old’ rivals

  By Waylon Galvez   If one is familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of its rival, he or she will certainly have a built-in advantage. And that’s the reason Philippine basketball coach Yeng Guiao wants his players to treat Kazakhstan as familiar enemy. “The objective is to play Kazakhstan like we have played them […]

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Control your emotions – Jong

Jong Uichico urged young athletes and coaches to learn from the har­rowing experience he had as one of the major personalities in a massive brawl between Gilas Pilipinas and Australia in the FIBA World Cup Quali­fiers last month.

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Batang Gilas loses to taller Aussies

A differing kind of mauling took place in last night’s game between the Philippines and Australia.

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Batang Gilas shocks China

By Kristel Satumbaga They’re indeed the future of Philippine basketball. Members of Batang Gilas reinforced their status as the rightful heirs as they toppled powerhouse China, 73-63, to advance outright to the quarterfinals of the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship Tuesday night at the Studio 29 in Bangkok, Thailand. Combining grit, speed and size, the […]

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