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The team announced that the next 6 weeks of the NBA season will miss Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward with a broken left hand after surgery on Monday, November 11. Hayward underwent the New York operation to repair his ring finger, which was broken in the 135-115 victory over San Antonio by Boston on Saturday. When Hayward stays down for a full 6 weeks, he will miss 19 Celtics games

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According to a story published by Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report, Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry is “unlikely” to return this season. Curry had surgery last Friday on his broken left leg. At that point, the team announced that in three months it would change its status, which could have brought Curry back on the court around the All-Star Game. For the Warriors, who played in the NBA Finals

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Anticipation for the forthcoming UAAP semi-basketball match between the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and the University of the Philippines (UP) has also entered the Supreme Court halls-with some magistrates candidly in the hard-court clash. Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta, a Thomasian, has expressed confidence that the Growling Tigers will defeat the Fighting Maroons, which holds a double-to-beat advantage when the two teams face off on Sunday. But in the High

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Santo Tomas University left Far Eastern University 81-71 to advance to UAAP Season 82 seedlings on Wednesday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The Tamaraws came as close as five points, 70-65, after a run to begin the final period, but UST came alive, and Renzo Subido made the dagger to give the Tigers a comfortable lead, 78-65, with 1:29 remaining. FEU’s Ken Tuffin replied with his own triple to keep

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Boston Celtic guard Jaylen Brown, who missed the last two games due to illness and infection, will not make a trip to Cleveland for Tuesday’s match with the Cavaliers, head coach Brad Stevens announced Monday. Stevens said Brown might be able to join the road trip squad, which includes stops at the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday, and San Antonio Virrankoski on Saturday. Brown, 23, averages 17.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, and

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Veteran point guard Chris Banchero wasn’t there for Alaska’s game against NorthPort in the 2019 PBA Governors ‘ Cup, Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum. Banchero is at the forefront of the market gossip, with the point guard bound for the Magnolia Hotshots. The two players that Alaska was supposed to play in exchange for Banchero, Robbie Herndon, and Rodney Brondial, were also missing. Nevertheless, the PBA has yet to sanction

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Ateneo de Manila University finished the elimination round with a perfect 14-0 record following the quick work of the University of the Philippines, 86-64, on Wednesday at the Mall of Asia Arena. With the win, the two-time defending champion Blue Eagles scored an automatic ticket to the finals of the basketball tournament, leaving the Fighting Maroons to fight it out with the Far Eastern University and the University of Santo

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Joel Embiid scored 19 points before being ejected as the Philadelphia 76ers won their fourth straight game in the season by beating the Minnesota Timberwolves, 117-95. Embiid was sent to the showers on Wednesday, October 30 (Thursday, October 31, Philippine time) along with Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns after the two got into a tussle that also included players and some coaches from both teams. “I’ve been made for this town and

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As he claimed the Zozo Championship with three strokes on Monday, Tiger Woods matched Sam Snead’s record of 82 PGA Tour victories. It wasn’t exactly smooth sailing for Woods, but eventually, his closing three-under-par 67 was enough to fend off a challenge from Hideki Matsuyama at the Narashino Country Club in Japan’s first PGA Tour event. Woods, who had to play seven holes in the weather-affected event on Monday, finished

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Filipina Alex Eala finished 13th in the world junior tennis rankings of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) last October 22nd. Since notching silver at the World Super Junior Tennis Championship–Osaka Mayor’s Cup in Japan last 14 to 20 October, Eala jumped from 26th to 13th in the world rankings. She finished 26th after finishing her silver medal at the ITF Junior Grade A tournament in Cape Town, South Africa in