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Marcial disappointed with PBA semis officiating

Marcial didn’t hesitate when he rated his pool of referees’ performance in the semis showdowns pitting San Miguel Beer against Phoenix Pulse and Magnolia opposite Rain or Shine marred by increased physicality and multiple fines.

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PBA: San Miguel wins rugged Game 4

Elbows were everywhere, verbal exchanges were the norm as multiple altercations that didn’t show any serious threat of turning into a free-for-all marred the lopsided match. #PBA

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PBA: Phoenix seeks semis equalizer

Coming off a 92-90 victory on Easter Sunday, the Fuel Masters aim to level the series at 2-2 in the 7 p.m. match that is expected to be as physical like the previous three games.

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PBA: Parks makes impression with Elite coach

Parks surprised team coaching staff, including interim coach Aries Dimaunahan, when he arrived an hour before call time in his first practice session with the Elite, the team that selected him No. 2 overall in the previous PBA Rookie Draft, as preparation resumes for the team for the Commissioner’s Cup next month.

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PBA DL: Batangas ends slump

Chris dela Pena scored the game-winning layup with 13.8 ticks left as the Generals thwarted Valandre Chauca’s alley-oop pass to Joseph Kouakou to come away with the victory.

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PBA: Magnolia edges ROS, ties series

Rain or Shine got to within a point, 92-91, on Maverick Ahanmisi’s basket with 4.0 seconds left but Jio Jalalon calmly drained two foul shots for the final count as James Yap missed a game-tying three at the buzzer. #PBA

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