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3-team race in NCAA tilt

By Jerome Lagunzad Games Saturday (Mall of Asia Arena) 12 noon — Opening Ceremonies 2 p.m. — San Beda vs Perpetual (Srs) 4 p.m. — Lyceum vs San Sebastian (Srs) A three-team race is looming in the 94th NCAA seniors basketball tournament which gets going this Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena, with back-to-back […]

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NCAA: DiVincenzo leads Villanova to Michigan rout

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Villanova looked nervous early, a step slow. All those 3-pointers the Wildcats typically make, clanging. Donte DiVincenzo gave the Wildcats an unexpected spark. Their defense, unsurprisingly, did the rest. DiVincenzo scored 31 points off the bench, Villanova swarmed the 3-point arc and the Wildcats turned their second national title in three […]

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Pirates to Lions: Don’t blink

San Beda’s heady playmaker Robert Bolick has already taken a hold – at least with one hand – of the coveted 93rd NCAA seniors basketball title. But his Lyceum counterpart, newly-minted MVP CJ Perez, vowed to snatch the title at all costs.

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Perez poised to win MVP plum

Lyceum star CJ Perez’s dedication and hardwork are bound to be rewarded with the highest individual award in the NCAA seniors basketball tournament.

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Letran, SSC in KO match

Top guard Rey Nambatac admits he and his Letran teammates endured sleepless nights after suffering a 31-point beating to host San Sebastian nearly a month ago.

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NCAA 93: Generals stun JRU Bombers

Emilio Aguinaldo College finally exacted sweet revenge by downing Jose Rizal University, 88-84, to boost its Final Four bid in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament yesterday at The Arena in San Juan City.

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