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PBA: Dyip stop skid, crush E-Painters

PBA: Dyip stop skid, crush E-Painters

The struggling Columbian Dyip pulled off a shock 100-84 victory over the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters last night to end their miserable losing skid in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City.

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Magnolia tries to close in on a twice-to-beat advantage while Rain or Shine shoots for its third straight win despite the absence of Raymond Almazan when they face separate foes today in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City.

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Caloy to Almazan: Act as a pro

By Jonas Terrado Rain or Shine coach Caloy Garcia is hoping that Raymond Almazan will act professionally if the disgruntled center decides to return from a lengthy absence. Garcia’s comments came after he was tagged as the reason behind Almazan’s absence in Rain or Shine’s last four games in the PBA Governors’ Cup, something the […]

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New PBA rule may  lure Parks

Ray Parks Jr. is intrigued with the new PBA Draft rule that may play a decisive role in whether he’ll finally take his act to the pro league or wait another year.

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PBA: Aces win, but coach unhappy

Coach Alex Compton wasn’t pleased with the way the Alaska Aces played despite getting another big game from import Mike Harris that keyed their 104-94 victory over the Columbian Dyip last night in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Cuneta Astrodome.

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PBA: Almazan’s future still up in air

By Jonas Terrado Raymond Almazan’s absence with Rain or Shine remains up in the air even after returning home from a lengthy absence that has left many to speculate about his future. Insiders said Almazan went back to Manila over the weekend after spending more than a week in his home province of Bataan that […]

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