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Without reigning MVP, NCAA holds All-Stars

  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   Rivalry takes a backseat today as NCAA stages its own version of All-Stars minus its biggest star in reigning MVP CJ Perez of Lyceum at The Arena in San Juan City. The 6-foot-2 Perez won’t be around to showcase his MVP-like numbers as the Lyceum management decided to give him […]

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Abueva gets extension

  By JONAS TERRADO   Calvin Abueva signed a three-year contract extension worth R15.1 million with the Phoenix Fuel Masters recently after joining the team from the Alaska Aces in a trade before the start of the PBA Governors’ Cup. Phoenix alternate governor Raymond Zorilla told the Bulletin that Abueva signed the new deal last […]

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Kings begin bid for 3-peat

  By JONAS TERRADO   Barangay Ginebra San Miguel launches its drive for another title tonight when it takes on winless Columbian Dyip in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Twenty-three days removed from capturing the Commissioner’s Cup crown, the Kings hope to start off their defense of the conference they ruled […]

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Stars rout Voyagers; Shoemasters triumph

  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   The Manila Stars pounced on the Pasay Voyagers’ listless performance for a breezy 115-85 victory on Wednesday and seized the solo lead in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup at the San Andres Sports Complex. It was a historic feat for the Stars, who recorded the most number of […]

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Road Warriors slip past Dyip

  By JONAS TERRADO   Aaron Fuller produced a double-double to begin his second tour of duty as NLEX defeated Columbian Dyip, 116-104, last night to get back on winning track in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Called to fill in for injured import Olu Ashaoulu, Fuller played as if he […]

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  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   The Bulacan Kuyas recovered from a slow start and bested the Batangas City Athletics, 63-54, on Tuesday night in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup at the Bulacan Capitol gym. The Kuyas, who are backed by Mighty Sports’ Ceasar Angelo Wongchuking, limited the Athletics to just eight points in […]

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