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TNT battles NLEX in ‘Govs’ opening

By Jonas Terrado Three teams owned by Manny V. Pangilinan kick off the season-ending PBA Governors’ Cup which starts this Friday with the usual doubleheader at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City, the league announced yesterday. The Meralco Bolts, runners-up the last two editions of the Governors’ Cup to Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, takes on […]

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Kings target Govs’ Cup

By JONAS TERRADO Barangay Ginebra San Miguel’s title victory in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup could trigger a changing of the guard after dealing mighty San Miguel Beer a humbling defeat in the league’s grandest stage. The crowd favorites recovered from being down 2-1 after an embarrassing 132-94 loss in Game 3 by winning the final […]

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PBA: Ginebra Kings out to dethrone Beermen

By Jonas Terrado Game Today (Mall of Asia Arena) 7 p.m. – Ginebra vs San Miguel (Ginebra leads series 3-2) Barangay Ginebra San Miguel is hell bent on not giving defending champion San Miguel Beer a lifeline as it seeks to win the PBA Commissioner’s Cup crown tonight in Game 6 of their best-of-seven Finals […]

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Coach Yeng sets modest  Asiad goals

By Jonas Terrado Coach Yeng Guiao has set modest goals for the hastily-formed national team that will compete in this month’s Indonesia Asian Games despite dealing with unpopular decision of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas to initially withdraw from the quadrennial meet. Guiao, whose team will be led mostly by his former players when he […]

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Cone feeling comfortable, Austria getting pressured

By Jonas Terrado The back-to-back victories that put Barangay Ginebra San Miguel on the threshold of capturing the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals have changed the moods of Kings coach Tim Cone and San Miguel Beermen counterpart Leo Austria. It was only last Wednesday when Austria was feeling a sense of confidence after the Beermen had […]

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Brownlee gets long-overdue award

It may take a while for Justin Brownlee to appreciate winning his first-ever PBA Best Import award, a feat that many fans feel was long overdue after reinvigorating a Baran­gay Ginebra San Miguel from ridicule to consistent title contenders.

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