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PBA: Kings pull off thriller

In a classic encounter, LA Tenorio scored a running shot with 14.9 seconds left and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel prevented Magnolia from sweeping their best-of-five PBA Governors’ Cup semifinal series last night with a 107-103 win at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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UCBL: Scorpions face Olivarez today

Games Today (Olivarez College gym) 12 noon – CEU vs Olivarez 2 p.m. – LPU-B vs Diliman More than two months since its shock defeat, Centro Escolar University gets the chance to redeem itself when it faces Olivarez College today in the Universities and Colleges Basketball League (UCBL) Season 3 at the Olivarez College gym […]

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Pacquiao,  Broner to promote  duel in NY

By Nick Giongco Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner are going to gauge each other when their January 20, 2019 world welterweight title fight is formally announced on Monday in New York. The Big Apple appearance of Pacquiao and Broner will serve as the kickoff leg of the two-city promotional tour that will have it second […]

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MPBL: Valenzuela triumphs

By Kristel Satumbaga Paolo Hubalde completed a triple-double as the Valenzuela Classic bested the Pasig Pirates, 95-88, on Tuesday in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City. The former pro fired 10 points, collared 10 rebounds and dished off 12 assists to steer the Classic, who snared their […]

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Rory hints at US campaign

DUBAI, (AFP) – Rory McIlroy dropped a bombshell Tuesday by hinting he could give up his European Tour membership in an effort to get back to the top of the world rankings next year. The world number seven plans to concentrate on playing in the United States, especially with the changes that have been made […]

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Calgary Olympic bid in peril

OTTAWA (AFP) – Calgary’s bid to stage the 2026 Winter Olympics suffered a crushing blow on Tuesday as residents of the Canadian city voted overwhelmingly against hosting the games, early results showed. In what is almost certain to represent the death knell for Calgary’s bid, voters in a referendum came out 56.4% to 43.6% against […]

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