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PBA: No more unfinished business

PBA: No more unfinished business

Relishing none of the moment, Chua goes back to the agony of seeing injury-ravaged Barangay Ginebra getting swept by the Alaska Aces in the 2013 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals, ending the Kings’ magical run in the playoffs – surviving twice-to-beat Rain or Shine in the quarters and clawing back from a 2-1 deficit to thwart Talk ‘N Text in the semifinals.

After tearing down the walls of an impregnable PBA history last season by becoming the first ballclub to win a championship from 0-3 down in the finals, the San Miguel Beermen are training their guns on yet another milestone.

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The man who will succeed him as 42nd season chairman of the Philippine Basketball Association has yet to kick off his term, but Robert Non, his second tour of duty in four years over as soon as the Board of Governors convenes for its annual planning session here, is already looking back at what has come to pass.

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PBA: More trades seen in Seoul meeting

In the aftermath of a reported trade that didn’t see the light of day and another that did, more wheeling and dealing and backdoor negotiations could come to fruition when the PBA Board of Governors leaves for Seoul, South Korea today for its traditional planning session.

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PBA: Slaughter tears ACL

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel coach Tim Cone yesterday revealed that initial findings on the MRI of Greg Slaughter showed Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear in the right knee after sustaining the injury against Mahindra last week in the PBA Governors’ Cup.

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Belga, Chan avoiding Paul Lee

Rain or Shine Governor Mert Mondragon walked into the dining hall of the Melia Lebreros Hotel here Wednesday morning and immediately clammed up about Paul Lee.

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