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PBA chair upbeat of another robust season

By Dennis Principe Buoyed by a financially successful 43rd season and having a unified board of governors this time, PBA Chairman Ricky Vargas is looking forward for another productive season. “By design, we decided to work on issues and the first thing is to support the national team. We were one and we were solid […]

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PBA: Kings vs KaTropa

By Dennis Principe Game Today (PH Arena, Bocaue) 4 p.m. – Leo Awards (Opening ceremonies) 6:30 p.m. – Ginebra vs TNT Expect no feeling-each-other-out type of game as Brgy. Ginebra and TNT KaTropa face off to raise the curtains of the season-opening Philippine Cup today at the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan. No less than […]

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Almazan out to rock ’em all

Raymond Almazan vows to make up for his controversial disappearance late last season and help Rain or Shine regain its bearings in the season-opening PBA Philippine Cup. Almazan caused a stir in the Governors’ Cup when he left the team without formal notice, but was able to patch things up with management amid trade rumors […]

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PBA: 3 vying for Dalupan award

Leo Austria, Tim Cone, and Chito Victolero crowd each other out for the 2018 Coach of the Year as the PBA Press Corps celebrates the 25th year of its traditional Awards Night on Jan. 21 at the Novotel Manila Araneta Center. All three coaches won a championship each during the league’s 43rd season that made […]

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‘Kuya’ Asi ready to help young turks

By Kristel Satumbaga It takes more than passion to last two decades playing in the PBA.

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PBA: Winning team title is more important – LA

By Jonas Terrado LA Tenorio described the possibility of breaking Alvin Patrimonio’s record for consecutive games played like winning an MVP award, but insisted that his main concern is to help Barangay Ginebra San Miguel capture the PBA Philippine Cup which begins this Sunday. Tenorio is eight games shy of shattering Patrimonio’s mark of 596 […]

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