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An Exclusive One-on-One with Michael Christian Martinez

During a private party hosted by Michael’s mother club, Metro Ice, we were given the chance to have an exclusive one-on-one with Michael and his mother Tess.

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The Only Obstacle for Jeric’s PBA jump

Jeron Teng was adjudged the UAAP Finals MVP but had mixed emotions after the smoke cleared, feeling the pain and disappointment that his elder brother Jeric is dealing with. It was Jeric’s last game in college and from here, everyone is expecting Jeric to join the upcoming PBA draft.

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PBA: No regrets for TnT

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PBA: No regrets for TnT

Majority of the players that played under coach Vincent “Chot” Reyes and company came from PBA ballclub Talk ‘n Text. These were skipper Jimmy Alapag, Ranidel De Ocampo, Larry Fonacier and Jason Castro.

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Eman Monfort tries to conquer the PBA mountains

The scheduled writeup for 24-year-old Emmanuel “Eman” Monfort is set to come out next month through Manila Bulletin’s Sport Digest but with the many insights that he was able to share during out meeting, we could not help but give the readers a glimpse of what to expect from the humble cager from Iloilo City.

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Redemption and for all the Marbles

After handily disposing Kazhakstan via 30-point rout, the Philippines has been given a great chance to advance to the World Championships in Spain in 2014.

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“Never Say Die” Gilas Pilipinas

Last Saturday, the Philippines received a familiar lesson that maybe most basketball junkies have witnessed even on Philippine soil – the game is not over until the final buzzer sounds.

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