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Phisgoc looking for alternate SEAG venues

The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) is holding talks with a number of alternate venues that can be tapped in case repairs on the chosen sites for the Nov. 30-Dec. 11 SEAG fail to meet the deadline. Phisgoc Executive Director Tom Carrasco said on Monday that the sports in danger of being played […]

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With seismic shift in star talent, Clippers are now top NBA pick

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – It’s a whole new ballgame in the NBA, where a seismic shift in star talent has flung the door wide open to an array of 2020 title contenders. The NBA, whose sudden row with China promises to linger, will be hoping on-court excitement in the wake of unexpected off-season moves will […]

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PBA top brass going to China, seek tie-up with Hunan

The PBA is set to study the possibility of not only airing games in China but also stage an overseas match in the foreseeable future. Commissioner Willie Marcial and top PBA officials are scheduled to leave for Changsha on Tuesday to meet with Mo Yanfei, president of the Hunan World Research Internet Company Limited. Joining […]

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SMB star Romeo gets 3-year contract extension

Terrence Romeo vowed to become a better player than he is now after being rewarded with a three-year contract extension to remain with the San Miguel Beermen over the weekend. Romeo, who inked on the dotted line last Saturday, expressed gratitude toward San Miguel Corporation boss Ramon S. Ang and sports director Alfrancis Chua after […]

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Ateneo eyes win No. 12 vs UE

Early semifinalist Ateneo tries to preserve its unbeaten record when it goes for a repeat against University of the East today in the UAAP men’s basketball tournament at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City. The Blue Eagles and the Warriors clash at 2 p.m. with the former determined to play much better than the last […]

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Abando delivers anew as UST ousts NU from semis race

University of Santo Tomas eliminated National University from the Final Four race with an 88-76 victory on Saturday in UAAP season 82 men’s basketball at the Ynares Center in Antipolo. The Aldin Ayo-mentored Tigers banked on a 12-2 run for a 38-30 halftime lead and maintained their pace throughout for a second straight win and […]

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