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PBA: RoS turns back NorthPort

James Yap, Rey Nambatac and Mark Borboran played key roles in the final stretch to give the Elasto Painters a momentum-building result going into Sunday’s game against the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters.

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Phoenix survives NLEX, keeps perfect slate

Phoenix Pulse overcame a determined stand by NLEX in the second half to escape with an 83-82 win to keep its unblemished record intact in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Mall of Asia Arena. Matthew Wright’s timely offense netted him 17 points while Calvin Abueva’s last-second block on Bong Galanza sealed the Fuel Masters’ […]

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PBA: Phoenix battles NLEX five

By Jonas Terrado Games Friday (Mall of Asia Arena) 4:30 p.m. – Phoenix vs NLEX 7 p.m. – Rain or Shine vs NorthPort Coach Louie Alas tries to put his focus solely on trying to keep Phoenix Pulse unbeaten in the PBA Philippine Cup against NLEX, which will play minus his injured son Kevin Alas […]

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PBA: Aces roll back Dyip

Ping Exciminiano and Chris Banchero added 12 and 10 points while combining for six assists in the victory that saw the Aces lead by a high of 30 in the second half.

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PBA: Defense wins it for KaTropa

By Jonas Terrado Jayson Castro and TNT KaTropa have embraced a more defensive approach in the PBA Philippine Cup, veering away from the offensive-minded style that has been a staple in the past. Results have varied under the philosophy being implemented by coach Bong Ravena and active consultant Mark Dickel as the KaTropa have posted […]

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PBA: Former UP Maroon ready to step up for NLEX

Alas re-injured his right knee against the Meralco Bolts last Sunday, tearing the same Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) almost 10 months since he first sustained the injury.

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