UAAP suspends referees of La Salle-Adamson tilt
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UAAP suspends referees of La Salle-Adamson tilt

In a letter sent by UAAP executive director Rebo Saguisag to Adamson University’s Fr. Aldin Suan, the league made it known that the Soaring Falcons-De La Salle University…

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Chot Reyes still looking at positives despite SMART Gilas being bitten by injury bug
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Chot Reyes still looking at positives despite SMART Gilas being bitten by injury bug

SMART Gilas Pilipinas is no stranger to adversity. And this time around, with the FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers just around the corner, the Nationals are in…

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Raymond Almazan sits out final SMART Gilas practice
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Raymond Almazan sits out final SMART Gilas practice

SMART Gilas Pilpinas had its final preparations in Manila on Monday evening at the Meralco Gym in Pasig City. They depart for Tokyo, Japan the next day for…

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Home-and-away format nothing new for Japeth Aguilar
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Home-and-away format nothing new for Japeth Aguilar

The qualifying stages for the 2019 FIBA World Cup feature a definitely tedious schedule. Compared to past iterations of the tournament, this series will be broken down into…

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Emotional Robbie Manalang thankful to Adamson for ‘unforgettable’ two years
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Emotional Robbie Manalang thankful to Adamson for ‘unforgettable’ two years

By: Danine Cruz and Matthew Li Robbie Manalang left the historic SMART-Araneta Coliseum in tears on Saturday afternoon. He had just played his final game for the Adamson…

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Christian Standhardinger honored to play in front of Filipinos in Hong Kong debut
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Christian Standhardinger honored to play in front of Filipinos in Hong Kong debut

Christian Standhardinger was knocking down jumpers and unleashing his hard-nosed brand of basketball in Manila, at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay. However, the Filipino-German did not…

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Blue Eagles need to show top-seed edge to survive on Wednesday, says Mike Nieto
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Blue Eagles need to show top-seed edge to survive on Wednesday, says Mike Nieto

Ateneo’s Mike Nieto might no longer be big in frame, he is still comes up big when the Blue Eagles need him most. Seeing less minutes in his…

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Christian Standhardinger, Hong Kong silence Tanduay Alab in opener
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Christian Standhardinger, Hong Kong silence Tanduay Alab in opener

Filipino-German Christian Standhardinger became a villain to his fellow Filipinos, as his end-game buckets lifted Hong Kong Eastern past Tanduay Alab Pilipinas, 92-89, in the ABL opener on…

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Blue Eagles need to rediscover themselves, says Tab Baldwin
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Blue Eagles need to rediscover themselves, says Tab Baldwin

After sliding past most of the UAAP Season 80 Men’s Basketball tournament, the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles are suddenly caught in an impasse. Just last weekend,…

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Arwind Santos continues to give back to FEU
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Arwind Santos continues to give back to FEU

Clad in his classic number 19 Far Eastern University jersey and a green and yellow G-Shock watch, Arwind Santos was in a celebratory mood after the Tamaraws had…

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