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PBA DL: Racal pulls off great escape

Sidney Onwubere was the hero Racal needed as he nailed the game-winning trey to lift his side to an 88-86 Game 1 win against CafeFrance Tuesday at Marikina Sports Center, moving a win away from advancing to the 2017 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup Finals.

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Phoenix vs Star

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The Phoenix Fuel Masters shoot for their second win in the debut of their permanent import as they face the Star Hotshots, the team that always had their numbers, tonight in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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PBA great Ramon Fernandez turned a deaf ear to labels and accusations thrown at him during his playing days, allowing instead his graceful and near-unstoppable style inside the court to do the talking. But not anymore; not now that he has retired as one of the greatest basketball players the country had ever produced. This […]

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PBA: Hours of conditioning showing off on James

The conference break gave James Yap enough time to work on his conditioning and a strong resolve to bounce back following a so-so stint with his new team Rain or Shine in the Philippine Cup.

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The Cignal-San Beda Hawkeyes and CaféFrance Bakers look to draw one step closer towards a finals encounter as they start their respective best-of-three semifinal series today in the PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup at the Marikina Sports Complex.

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PBA: Humps, bumps slow down Road Warriors

The team’s inability to close out games led to setbacks for the Road Warriors at the start their PBA Commissioner’s Cup campaign, and coach Yeng Guiao is looking for a quick fix to address the team’s lack of endgame experience even if it means tweaking the roster.

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