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FEU breaks ‘Green’ curse

Far Eastern University finally checked a losing skid on De La Salle University that spanned three years as the Tamaraws came through with a 68-61 victory against the Green Archers in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball tournament yesterday at the Mall of Asia Arena.

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Porter beats Garcia, claims WBC belt

Shawn Por­ter says he doesn’t often make predictions. Maybe he should.

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Celtics’ other Bird faces trouble

Boston Celtics guard Jabari Bird is expected to appear in court Monday after his arrest Friday night for an alleged domestic vio­lence incident in Brighton, Mass., that could lead to multiple charg­es, including assault and battery, strangulation and kidnapping, ac­cording to Boston.com.

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Twins lead Denmark to world title

Identical 17-year-old twins Nicolai and Ras­mus Hojgaard led Denmark to its first Eisenhower Trophy on Saturday in the World Amateur Team Championship at Carton House.

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Olympic icon Johnson recovering from stroke

Michael Johnson is recovering from a ‘mini stroke’, the Olym­pic champion and former world record-holder said on Twitter on Saturday but expects to make a full recovery.

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UAAP cage wars begin

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UAAP cage wars begin

UNIVERSITY of the Philippines was a win short of forging a playoff for the last semis berth last year.

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