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Winning PBA’s crown jewel is Ginebra’s next target

Winning PBA’s crown jewel is Ginebra’s next target

By JONAS TERRADO   Barangay Ginebra San Miguel was still feeling the euphoria of winning another PBA championship when LA Tenorio and his long-time coach Tim Cone began to plot about their next mission. “LA came up to me and said we better win the All-Filipino,” Cone said after Ginebra closed out Meralco, 105-93, to […]

No tears for Bolts, seek better finish in PH Cup

By JAN CARLO ANOLIN   The Meralco Bolts vowed to come back stronger and perhaps much sharper and smarter for the All-Filipino Conference after a heartbreaking ending to a PBA season where they were beaten again by Barangay Ginebra San Miguel. It marked the third time the Bolts lost to the Gin Kings in the […]

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Meralco’s Almazan  to undergo knee surgery

BY WAYLON GALVEZ   Meralco center Raymond Almazan will undergo surgery on his left knee anytime this month to repair a tear on his lateral meniscal. “Yes magpapa-surgery na ako,” said the 6-foot-9Almazan as he walked with a slight limp together with wife Liza prior to Game 5 of the PBA Governors’ Cup finals Friday […]

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Japeth finally rises, wins 1st Finals MVP

By JONAS TERRADO   Japeth Aguilar finally got his long-overdue recognition as one of the best big men Friday night when the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel cager received the PBA Press Corps-Honda Finals Most Valuable Player Friday night. Often a source of ridicule for his inconsistent play, Aguilar turned into a special breed during the […]

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Aguilar likely to win his first major award

By JONAS TERRADO   Japeth Aguilar showed why he was a model of consistency for Barangay Ginebra San Miguel with his performance in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals. The athletic big man averaged 15.5 points on 58-percent shooting with 6.8 rebounds and 3.3 blocks before Friday’s Game 5 at the Mall of Asia Arena to […]

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Ginerbra fans provide  instant energy – Brownlee

By JAN CARLO ANOLIN       Justin Brownlee just finished answering queries from the press outside the dugout and was headed to the South Gate exit of the Smart Araneta Coliseum Wednesday night. It is just normal for fans to wait outside the gates where the games were held. But after the Kings crushed the […]

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