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Rain or Shine used a big run to open the third quarter, then denied Phoenix another chance at orchestrating a comeback for the second straight game to score a 97-82 victory yesterday and maintain its grip on solo second in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
In a trade that sent them to their new teams, Rain or Shine top gunner James Yap and Star ace guard Paul Lee and are both determined to prove their true worth when play resumes in the PBA Philippine Cup.Continue reading …
Five days after losing to Paul Lee and the Star Hotshots, Rain or Shine hopes to regain its winning form when it clashes with an NLEX squad now handled by former coach Yeng Guiao in the PBA Philippine Cup today at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.Continue reading …
Only in his third game with his new team, ace shooter James Yap is making it look like he’s been there a long time with Rain or Shine.Continue reading …
Rain or Shine guard James Yap is slowly getting into the groove of things at Rain or Shine, where he found himself after a mega trade at the end of the last PBA conference.Continue reading …
RoS coach Yeng Guiao is well aware of the progress of newcomer Phoenix Fuel afteer the first two games they played against each other, including an impressive victory early in the elimination round of the PBA Governors’ Cup.
With a quarterfinal slot at stake, Guiao expects war versus the Fuel Masters.