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PBA: 15-man roster deadline

By JONAS TERRADO           PBA teams have until Wednesday  afternoon to submit their 15-man roster for the planned resumption of the season under a bubble setup in Clark, Pampanga. Commissioner Willie Marcial has set a 5 p.m. deadline for teams to finalize their lineups before they can head to the Quest […]

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NBA legend Jordan has another hobby – car racing

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Basketball icon Michael Jordan announced Monday he has purchased a NASCAR Cup series charter team and recruited trailblazing black driver Bubba Wallace to race for the new outfit next season. Jordan, widely regarded to be the greatest player in NBA history with an estimated net worth of $1.6 billion, will be […]

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Celtics closer than ever after Heat meltdown – Smart

 MIAMI (AFP) – Boston Celtics star Marcus Smart says the locker-room bust-up following last week’s defeat to the Miami Heat has brought the team closer together as they chase a series-levelling victory on Wednesday. Smart reportedly stormed out of the Celtics dressing room after Boston blew a 17-point lead before slumping to a 106-101 loss […]

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UP Maroons: Getting taller, tougher for UAAP

      By Kristel Satumbaga     The University of the Philippines Maroons are getting tougher and taller. That’s because the Maroons finally came to terms with the 6-foot-5 Bismarck Lina, making the Katipunan-based school deeper and more formidable. This was confirmed by UP coach Bo Perasol who expressed delight with the addition of […]

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James Yap  feels rusty on  first practice

    By Waylon Galvez       Rain or Shine superstar James Yap took his first practice yesterday and said he was still rusty. “Kung 1-10… siguro nasa 5 lang,” Yap said laughing in a phone interview.  “In terms of game shape, yes 5. Sabi ko nga maski na nagpa-condition naman and ginawa lahat […]

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Davis’s buzzer beater lifts Lakers over Nuggets

        LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Anthony Davis drained a three-pointer as time expired to seal the Los Angeles Lakers’ 105-103 victory over the Denver Nuggets Sunday for a 2-0 lead in the NBA Western Conference finals. “People talk about (I’ve) never been in this moment before, pressure, am I ready for it,” […]

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