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Alaska crushes KaTropa

  By JONAS TERRADO   Simon Enciso knocked down nine triples to finish with a career-high 30 points as Alaska crushed TNT KaTropa, 125-96, last night for its second straight victory in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Enciso shot the lights out right from the onset as he made four consecutive […]

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TNT guns for 2nd win

  By JONAS TERRADO   TNT KaTropa is set to parade Stacy Davis as new import today when it takes on Blackwater in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Mall of Asia Arena. The KaTropa are hoping to see the 23-year-old Davis live up to expectations in the 4:30 p.m. match after letting go of […]

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Phelps powers Fuel Masters

  By JONAS TERRADO   Eugene Phelps delivered 50 points while Calvin Abueva made key plays in the dying seconds as Phoenix held off Columbian, 113-107, to open its campaign in the PBA Governors’ Cup on a high note at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Phelps, noticeably wearing a headband sporting colors of a luxury brand […]

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NLEX rips NorthPort

  By JONAS TERRADO   ANTIPOLO CITY – Jojo Lastimosa won his second straight game serving as interim coach of the NLEX Road Warriors after leaning on hobbling import Olu Ashaoulu in the third quarter to beat the NorthPort Batang Pier, 123-107, in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Ynares Center here. Ashaoulu, playing with […]

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Bolts, NLEX eye second straight wins

  By JONAS TERRADO   Opening day winners Meralco and NLEX seek their second straight victories and the share of the early lead when they face separate rivals today in the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City. NLEX, with coach Yeng Guiao still out due to his stint with the national […]

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Durham, Bolts seek hot start

  By JONAS TERRADO   Allen Durham and the Meralco Bolts launch their bid for redemption as they face the Columbian Dyip at the start of the PBA Governors’ Cup at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City. The reigning two-time Best Import of the season-ending conference is back for some unfinished business and hopes to […]

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