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After a crucial campaign on Saturday night at the Huaqiao International Service Business Park in Kunshan, China; Pasig’s Chooks-to-Go grieved an early exit in the 2019 FIBA 3×3 Kunshan Challenger. Kings fails to qualify, because of these two defeats, for the higher-level tournament Chengdu Masters slated next month. Games were spearheaded by top Filipino 3×3 cager Joshua Munzon, Taylor Statham, Dylan Ababou and Troy Rike—fell short against Sosnovy Bor of

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Sports personalities were some of the contenders in this year’s midterm polls yet some have failed to win the elections The Winners: Francis Zamora, a former basketball player earned the mayoral post in San Juan City, ending the Estrada family’s five-decade hold of the business district. Zamora garnered 35,060 votes while his rival Janella Estrada, the daughter of plunder-accused senatorial candidate Jinggoy Estrada and granddaughter of former president and incumbent

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PBA’s best-of-seven of the Philippine Cup finals series amongst defending champions San Miguel Beermen and Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok goes to a crucial decisive Game Seven on Wednesday with both team’s expectant of a grind and a match demanding only their best. Strained when the Beermen took Game Six, 98-86 the previous Sunday to level the series, San Miguel coach Leo Austria stated they are thankful to have been allowed

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June Mar Fajardo, San Miguel’s 29-year-old stalwart closed a sixth straight All-Filipino BPC award Wednesday night after winning the award in runaway fashion. Fajardo is not just collecting MVP trophies but Best Player of the Conference (BPC) titles as well. Being on top in statistical points (460), media (484), players (71), and the PBA votes, Fajardo finished with a total of 1,165 points or about half more than his closest

San Miguel Beermen

Be belligerent as Magnolia chase an imposing 3-1 lead against San Miguel Beer when they battle in Game 4 of their 2019 PBA Philippine Cup title series on Wednesday. Ball brawl time is at 7 p.m. at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Owing to a stifling defense and a resurgent game by Rafi Reavis, who finished with 16 points and 15 rebounds on Sunday, Magnolia won 86-82 to take a 2-1

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San Miguel Beer relived their old fiery form and threw its full might against Magnolia Friday night, 108-101. The victory tied the best-of-seven series at 1-1 heading into Sunday’s Game 3 also at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Beermen kept their distance slowly but surely against the Hotshots in the opening half before coming through in the third period when they scored thirteen straight inhindered points. Both Alex Cabagnot and Christian

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Coach Chito Victolero and the Hotshots know all too well that a 1-0 lead can turn to waste without a follow through as they drew first blood over four-time defending champion San Miguel Beer in the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup finals. Magnolia coach Chito Victolero stressed after taking the opener, 99-94, “It’s only Game One. We’ve just got the head start but a best-of-seven series isn’t won in Game One.”

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Grit, Resilience and determination are in the Davao Occidental Tigers’ veins. The South division champions made sure the MPBL Datu Cup national finals to a winner-take-all Game 5 after thrashing out a come-from-behind 77-66 victory over the San Juan Knights Monday night at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Former-pro Billy Ray Robles carried a career performance with 22 points and 18 rebounds as the Tigers clawed their way

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The Virginia Cavaliers are National Champions for the very first time in school history. They performed an extremely close and then entertaining championship game that went into overtime, beating the Texas Tech Red Raiders, 85-77. Neither team had won a National Championship in college the game of basketball before, so that we were always going to get a first time winner in Monday’s game. Despite the late start time and

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In the 2019 PBA All-Star Weekend on Friday in Calasiao, PJ Simon did well enough to be crowned the champion of the Three-Point Shootout. Simon who is Magnolia’s veteran shooter ended with 17 points in the final round as the first shooter and had to view contenders NLEX’s Philip Paniamogan and NorthPort’s Robert Bolick take their turns before he could hoist the trophy. Paniamogan fought from the floor shooting just