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Ginebra, NLEX in vital tiff

By Jonas Terrado Game Saturday (Angeles City, Pampanga) 5 p.m. — NLEX vs Ginebra Barangay Ginebra San Miguel is preparing for a hard grind against NLEX as it seeks to formalize its entry into the quarterfinals of the PBA Philippine Cup at the Angeles University Foundation Gym in Pampanga. Though buoyed by two tough wins […]

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Double IBF title elimination fights up

By Nick Giongco Four Filipino fighters enhance their chances of winning a world title tonight when they figure International Boxing Federation (IBF) elimination bouts at Resorts World. Michael Dasmarinas faces Kenny Demecillo in a bantamweight clash set for 12 rounds while Rene Mark Cuarto meets Samuel Salva in the minimumweight class also set for 12. […]

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Dasmariñas chessers win in Batang Pinoy

By Kristel Satumbaga ILAGAN, Isabela – Dasmariñas City continued its dominance in chess after a four-gold sweep of the standard event yesterday in the 2019 Batang Pinoy Luzon leg championships at the Xentro Mall lobby here. Eleven-year-old Gio Troy Ventura downed Eowyn Jullado of Tayabas in a 55-move victory of a Sicilian Defense in the […]

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Green, Artest show stuff in All-Star

High-flying Jalen Green and defensive guard Jeron Artest of FilAm Sports USA will show their wares in today’s 2019 Chooks-to-Go SM NBTC All-Star Game at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. Green, Artest, and fellow Fil-Am forward Kai Ballungay will reinforce Team Heart of captain Joel Cagulangan as they were part of the six players […]

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Spence says it will be no mercy if he fights Pacquiao

By Nick Giongco Fresh from beating up Mikey Garcia over the weekend in Dallas, Errol Spence has been doing the rounds of US media outlets and expressing his desire to take on Manny Pacquiao next. Appearing on Fox Sports’ Undisputed, Spence, who carved out a lopsided 12-round unanimous decision win over Mikey Garcia to keep […]

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Fiery Warriors  clobber Pacers

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Two-time defending champion Golden State had all five starters in double figure scoring and the Warriors maintained the best record in the Western Conference by clobbering the Indiana Pacers, 112-89, on Thursday. DeMarcus Cousins returned from a two-game injury absence to help lead a third quarter demolition as the Warriors held […]

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