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PBA: Vargas looking for smooth transition

PBA: Vargas looking for smooth transition

Ricky Vargas felt a bit unease when he and the rest of the PBA Board of Governors entered the press room to make the announcement that marked the end of the impasse that led to a division between member teams of the pro league.

No good news yet from PBA bosses in LA

Passionate pleas for answers and direct queries nearly bordering on veiled threats fell on deaf ears Friday evening here, even with the man in the middle of a smoldering PBA crisis, as no official word was issued on the eve of what was initially conceived as an ambitious four-day program and planning session for the 43-year-old pro league.

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In its PBA franchise history, the Purefoods ballclub now called the Star Hotshots has been known not only as a multi-titled squad but also a captivating team built around two eras of charismatic superstars in Alvin Patrimonio and James Yap.

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With James Yap gone, who will be Star’s next standard bearer? [LISTEN]

In its PBA franchise history, the Purefoods ballclub now called the Star Hotshots has been known not only as a multi-titled squad but also a captivating team built around two eras of charismatic superstars in Alvin Patrimonio and James Yap.

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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.

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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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