Marinerong Pilipino continues late push, routs Gamboa Coffee by 69 points
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Marinerong Pilipino continues late push, routs Gamboa Coffee by 69 points

The Marinerong Pilipino Skippers continued their miraculous drive to the quarterfinals, cruising to their fourth straight win with a 69-point decimation of Gamboa Coffee Lovers, 138-69, Monday afternoon…

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Star replaces Cinmeon Bowers with 21-year-old Malcolm Hill
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Star replaces Cinmeon Bowers with 21-year-old Malcolm Hill

There’s a new kid in town for the Star Hotshots Star head coach Chito Victolero has confirmed that Cinmeon Bowers’ stint with the Hotshots will only last for…

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Australia shows might against Perlas
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Australia shows might against Perlas

The journey did not get any easier for Perlas Pilipinas. After being given a tough welcome to the Division A basketball by defending champions Japan last Sunday, Perlas…

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Kathy Bersola hailed as Player of the Week
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Kathy Bersola hailed as Player of the Week

Perlas-BanKo Spikers’ middle blocker Kathy Bersola took home the second Philips Gold-Premier Volleyball League Press Corps Player of the Week for games played from July 19 to 23.…

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PFL Roundup: Kaya-Makati extends streak to five; Stallion-Laguna posts back-to-back wins
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PFL Roundup: Kaya-Makati extends streak to five; Stallion-Laguna posts back-to-back wins

Roberts scores brace; Younghusband brothers get a goal each in entertaining draw, 2-2 It has been a tumultuous few days for Meralco Manila. Last week the Sparks suffered…

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Near triple-double was a testament to Meralco’s hard work, says Durham
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Near triple-double was a testament to Meralco’s hard work, says Durham

Allen Durham played like a man-on-a-mission Sunday night as he was all over the court when the Meralco Bolts took on their 2016 Governors’ Cup tormentors Barangay Ginebra…

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Pain-free Slaughter still trying to get timing, chemistry back
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Pain-free Slaughter still trying to get timing, chemistry back

It had been 317 days since Greg Slaughter last played a highly-competitive basketball game. And the 6-foot-11 big man was just relieved to finally get his feet wet.…

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Dillinger downplays win against Ginebra: ‘It’s not gonna be revenge unless we beat them in the playoffs’
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Dillinger downplays win against Ginebra: ‘It’s not gonna be revenge unless we beat them in the playoffs’

Coming into the Meralco Bolts-Barangay Ginebra tilt Sunday night, Jared Dillinger was public enemy number one for the Ginebra faithful after posting this tweet after the Bolts’ succumbed…

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Durham, Meralco whip Ginebra in Govs’ Cup finals rematch
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Durham, Meralco whip Ginebra in Govs’ Cup finals rematch

Allen Durham and the Meralco Bolts have been waiting for this day since October of 2016. With Durham leading the charge, the Bolts played inspired basketball, spoiling Barangay…

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Pocari Sweat sweeps Akari-Adamson for bounce back win
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Pocari Sweat sweeps Akari-Adamson for bounce back win

Defending Open Conference champions Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors became the only team to win in straight sets this weekend, locking down the Akari-Adamson University Lady Falcons, 25-23, 25-14,…

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