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Asiad medalists get cash incentives; Saso to give away reward

GOLFER Yuka Saso, the 17-year-old Asian Games gold medalist, is handing over every cent of her R9-million cash incentive from the government and private sector to the National Golf Association of the Philippines (NGAP).

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PH battles Iran minus Slaughter

TEAM Pilipinas hopes to weather the absence of 7-foot center Greg Slaughter when it takes on host Iran to begin the second round of the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers tonight at the Azadi Basketball Hall in Tehran.

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Leo Awards to kick off PBA’s 44th season

LAS VEGAS – In accordance with plans to increase in-venue activity and media exposure, the Philippine Basketball Association will usher in the 44th season on Jan. 13 next year with the hold­ing of the Leo Awards.

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HAT YAI, Thailand – Filipino-Chinese Veterans Basketball Association (FCVBA) made perfect start to its bid for a “golden double” as its 60-and-above and 65-and above teams downed their rivals in the 27th ASEAN Basketball Veterans Tournament Monday at the Prince of Songkla University gym here.

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Haddadi is a marked man

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Haddadi is a marked man

JUST like in the national team’s campaign in Asian Games in Indo­nesia, scouting report will play a big factor for Team Pilipinas when it battles the Hamed Haddadi-led Iran tomorrow in the fourth win­dow of the 2018 FIBA World Cup qualifiers in Tehran.

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Guiao hoping that Greg will recover

  By WAYLON GALVEZ   Team Pilipinas head coach Yeng Guiao is still hoping that Greg Slaughter will recover from a left sprained ankle injury until Tuesday to join the practice session in Tehran, Iran. The status of Slaughter will determine the final 12-man roster of Guiao against the Hamed Haddadi-led Iran in the fourth […]

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