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48 joining PBA draft

48 joining PBA draft

By Jonas Terrado The PBA on Monday confirmed the entry of 48 applicants for its annual Rookie Draft slated Sunday afternoon at Robinsons Place Manila. Leading the cast is the trio of CJ Perez, Ray Parks Jr. and Robert Bolick, who are favorites to be chosen first by the Columbian Dyip in the league’s annual […]

Chito to refs:  Be consistent

By Jonas Terrado Magnolia coach Chito Victolero’s voice was higher than usual Sunday night whenever the topic centered on the way the officiating has been handled after three games in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals. “Just be consistent,” Victolero said after the 100-71 loss at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City, a result that allowed […]

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PBA: All eyes on Alaska guards

Alaska’s survival in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals will depend largely on how its guards can redeem themselves from being outplayed by their Magnolia counterparts in the first two games of the series.

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PBA: Aces stop Magnolia

Alaska got its main weapons back in their old form while getting a big lift from a seldom-used sophomore to wallop Magnolia, 100-71, and reduce the latter’s lead in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals to 2-1 last night at the Ynares Center here.

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2-0 lead isn’t safe – Chito

Nothing is set in stone as far as coach Chito Victolero is concerned when Magnolia goes for a commanding 3-0 lead against Alaska tonight in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City.

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Jio seeks redemption

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Jio seeks redemption

By Jonas Terrado Game Tomorrow (Ynares Center, Antipolo City) 6:30 p.m. – Alaska vs Magnolia Jio Jalalon is hell-bent on performing well in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals after his first foray in the championship stage ended on a sour note earlier this season. The sophomore guard of the Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok delivered an […]

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