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PBA: Bolick on Northport s do-or-die vs SMB: Papakamatay kami

For the first time in its franchise history, Northport was one of the top two teams at the end of the elimination round and had a twice-to-beat advantage. Only, when the curtain raised in their quarterfinals matchup opposite San Miguel, the Batang Pier were ran out of the court, 84-98. Even so, super rookie Robert Bolick remains upbeat about their chances. "One game lang yan. We'll come back strong," he told reporters post-game. He then continued, "Part of the game talaga. Ganoon talaga." In the eyes of the third overall pick of the 2019 PBA Draft, Northport's breakthrough in the elims was just the insurance they worked hard for in case of a playoff loss like this. "Yun nga ang tinrabaho namin, twice-to-beat, 'di ba? Ganoon talaga. 'Di namin control yun at ang control lang namin is yung laro namin," he said. He then continued, "Sana, Game 2, step up kami." And Bolick has no doubt that he and his teammates will not waste their second chance. "Confident ako sa team namin. Hindi namin ibibigay nang madali to, for sure. We will fight, we will have a dogfight on Wednesday," he said, full of confidence. He then continued, "We worked hard for the second-seed tapos kukunin na lang nang ganoon? No. Papakamatay kami." Indeed, when their do-or-die game rolls along on Wednesday, he has no doubt Northport will rise to the challenge - no matter what their opponents have in store. Asked about getting special attention from the likes of Chris Ross, he answered, "Okay lang. They're just doing their job. Wala naman akong pakialam sa mga ganoon." He then continued, "Kahit rookie ako, hindi papasok sa akin yun. I just play my game kasi kahit anong tactics, part of the game lang yan." And actually, for the ever-competitive 23-year-old, that special attention will only be much more motivation for him. "Hindi nasisira laro ko sa ganoon. Lalo pa nga akong namo-motivate," he said. After all, his time on the big stage and under the bright lights of the NCAA, giving his all for San Beda University, has done nothing but ready him for these moments. "Parang sa NCAA, sanay na ako sa mga ganoon. Trash talk, siko-siko, part of the game yun e," he shared. He then continued, "They're just doing their job and I'm just doing my job to do my best para sa team ko.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News13 hr. 56 min. ago

LOOK: Who played who in Sisi Rondina s MMK life story

Former University of Sto. Tomas Queen Tigress Sisi Rondina's life story was featured in Maalaala Mo Kaya on Saturday. Kim Chiu played the role of the four-time UAAP beach volleyball champion and the heart of the Tigresses, who against great odds climbed up to the championship round for the first time in eight years in Season 81. True to Sisi Rondina's disclaimer, we did shed a few - or far too many - tears watching the journey of the 5-foot-6 probinsyana from a small fishing village in Compostela, Cebu to one of the most recognizable volleyball figures in the country today. Here are the actors and actresses who played the important people in Sisi Rondina's life story in this week's episode of Asia's longest-running drama anthology.   Kim Chiu as Sisi Rondina Aiko Climaco as Denden Rondina, Maika Rivera as Karen Rondina, Yayo Aguila as Alona Rondina, Dennis Padilla as Arnold Rondina and Celine Lim as Silda Rondina.   Gerald Madrid as head coach Kungfu Reyes Boom Labrusca as UST beach volleyball head coach Paul Jan Doloiras Mara Lopez as Dimdim Pacres So, what do you think?.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 20th, 2019

PBA: Bolick makes sure to get a proper game-winner this time

After his “game-winner” against Columbian only counted becase Dyip import Lester Prosper commited a goal tending violation, Robert Bolick made sure to get a proper lay-up to go in this time around. Down one Friday against Meralco, the Batang Pier got the ball to their top rookie and Bolick worked his magic, driving strong to the basket for the marginal lay-up in favor of Northport. He made sure it went in this time. “Gusto ko lang bumawi,” Bolick said. “Ito yung moments na each player, di lang ako, na gusto mo. Gusto mo maka game-winner. Sa akin, I just want to win. I took the opportunity and yun, na-shoot,” he added. With the victory over the Bolts, Northport ended the elimination round with an impressive 9-2 mark. The Batang Pier still have a chance for the no. 1 spot but regardless of their final ranking, they will enter the quarterfinals with a twice-to-beat edge and a nice fresh win as well. “Everybody played great, kahit limited minutes lang yung iba, naglalaro kami ng maayos,” Bolick said. “Gusto lang talaga namin manalo, kasi ito yung stepping stone namin sa playoffs eh. Pangit kung pagpasok namin losing note. Mas maganda yung winning note and then yun, start na kami prepare sa quarters,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

Bolick saves the day as NorthPort sinks Meralco

MANILA, Philippines – Robert Bolick came to the rescue for NorthPort anew as he hit the game-winner in a thrilling 93-92 victory over Meralco in the 2019 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the Cuneta Astrodome on Friday, July 12.  Off an inbound pass from Sol Mercado, Bolick outran Cliff Hodge then ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

Bolick boosts NorthPort bid for No. 1: I just want to win

MANILA, Philippines – All Robert Bolick wants to do is win, and he showed that by towing NorthPort past Meralco in their final game in the elimination round of the PBA Commissioner's Cup.  The Batang Pier completed another come-from-behind victory as Bolick highlighted his 18-point game with the game-winning layup ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

San Beda to fill shoes left by Bolick, Mocon amid 4-peat bid

MANILA, Philippines – The San Beda Red Lions are still the favorites to clinch a title 4-peat in the upcoming NCAA Season 95. However, unlike the previous 3 championship-winning seasons, head coach Boyet Fernandez has been tasked to develop a contender without trusty stars Robert Bolick and Javee Mocon. As testament to how great ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 7th, 2019

Gilas vs Mighty in closed-door friendly

Veteran national team mainstay Jayson Castro and Scottie Thompson have already begged off from consideration, prompting Guiao and the coaching staff to invite PBA rookies CJ Perez, Robert Bolick, and Matthew Wright. #GilasPilipinas.....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsJul 6th, 2019

Elorde, Bolick take over late as NorthPort survives Columbian

MANILA, Philippines – NorthPort bolstered its bid for a twice-to-beat playoff bonus after nosing out Columbian, 110-108, in the 2019 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the Araneta Coliseum on Wednesday, July 3. Nico Elorde buried 3 big three-pointers down the stretch, while Robert Bolick scored the game-winning layup as the Batang ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2019

PBA: Bolick takes “game winner” over Dyip

An exciting game by Northport and Columbian Wednesday in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup had a rather anti-climatic ending. Tied at 108 with seven seconds to go, the Batang Pier went to Robert Bolick for the game-winning layup. The no. 3 pick of the 2018 Draft missed. Still, Northport took the lead after it was decided that Columbian import Lester Prosper committed a goaltending violation. Upon review, Prosper touched the rim as he was trying to block Bolick’s shot. “Syempre kung sa akin gusto ko shoot talaga,” Bolick said. “Pero yun nga tinamaan yung ring, wala na ako magagawa dun,” he added. The win got Northport to 8-2 for the Commissioner’s Cup. One more win by the Batang Pier or a loss by Magnolia will have Northport in the quarterfinals with a twice-to-beat edge. Bolick and company will go after that playoff bonus that’s for sure. “Talagang gusto namin kunin yun,” Bolick said of the twice-to-beat. “Sabi nga, we have to start winning. Kasi pag nanalo yun, yun na yung winning culture eh. Kasi pag nararamdaman namin na talo, ang sama. We have to keep working,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2019

Rebuilding San Beda still coaches team to beat in NCAA Season 95

MANILA, Philippines – Despite losing their superstar duo of Robert Bolick and Javee Mocon, the reigning three-time NCAA champion San Beda Red Lions are still the team to beat, according to coaches in the upcoming Season 95. A number of coaches attending the Season 95 press conference at the Mall ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 1st, 2019

10 NCAA players to watch in Season 95

It’s important to note that half of the players who were picked in the first round of the 2018 PBA Draft were products of the country’s first collegiate sports league. CJay Perez and Robert Bolick have immediately become the cornerstones of Columbian Dyip and NorthPort Batang Pier, respectively. Javee Mocon, Jesper Ayaay, Michael Calisaan and JP Calvo have all received high praise from the coaches of their new teams. While last season’s heroes are now living their lifelong dreams in the PBA, new stars are looking to shine as NCAA Season 95 opens on July 7 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. James Kwekuteye (SBU)   If there is one player worthy enough to succeed Bolick as the King Lion of Mendiola, it’s the 6’3” Fil-Canadian shooting guard, James Kwekuteye. As a rookie, Kwekuteye came off the bench for majority of the season and had limited time to really put his talent on display. But, when he did start, particularly in San Beda’s second round game against LPU, Kwekuteye proved that he could be a major threat as he scored a career-high 18 points for the Red Lions, matching the scoring output of Bolick. In that game, Bolick motivated Kwekuteye by saying, “they can’t stop you.” James Kwekuteye introduces himself to Lyceum with 18 big points! #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/OQS5eZBTJL — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) October 18, 2018 As the new starting shooting guard of Coach Boyet Fernandez, Kwekuteye led San Beda in scoring in the 2019 Fil-Oil Flying V Pre-season Cup averaging 14.1 points per game.    Evan Nelle (SBU)   Another talented player who didn’t see the floor much last year due to the loaded roster of guards on the San Beda lineup was former NCAA Jrs. Finals MVP Evan Nelle. Evan Nelle repays coach Boyet Fernandez' trust by drilling the early three! #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/kpfdsnro2i — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) September 11, 2018 Nelle was the fourth string point guard behind Bolick, Jo Presbitero and Radge Tongco in Season 94. But, with the graduation of all three aforementioned players, the keys to the Red Lions’ offense has fallen straight into Nelle’s hands. While sharing the backcourt with Kwekuteye, Nelle led San Beda to the 2019 FilOil Championship and averaged a league-best 4.7 assists per contest.    Donald Tankoua (SBU)   Aside from capturing the title in the country’s most prestigious pre-season tournament, Kwekuteye and Nelle were also named to the Mythical Five along with their starting center, Donald Tankoua.  Donald Tankoua drops 23 points to help San Beda end the eliminations on a high note. #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/EUFpXnAt8T — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) October 23, 2018 The 6’6” Cameroonian big man has always been one of the most consistent players, year in and year out in the NCAA and will continue to be as he plays out his final year of eligibility in Season 95. Because he’s a walking double-double, expect Tankoua to be the early favorite to win MVP.   Mike Harry Nzeusseu (LPU)   Now, if there is anybody who possesses the physical attributes and the numbers to challenge Tankoua’s MVP campaign, it’s LPU’s Mike Harry Nzeusseu. Mike Harry Nzeusseu gets NASTY ???? #NCAASeason94 #NCAAFinals pic.twitter.com/yEAr0ywBPd — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) November 12, 2018 Nzeusseu ended last season without confirming that he would return to play one more year with the Pirates but his participation in the Fil-Oil tournament tells us that he will be back to anchor the defense of Coach Topex Robinson. And without Perez, the 6’6” center from the Republic of Cameroon will also have to do major damage on the offensive end as well.  Jayson David (LPU)   Jayson David picks Robert Bolick's pocket for the transition finish! #NCAASeason93 #NCAAStrong pic.twitter.com/Inl17UZbKq — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) November 7, 2017 Back in Season 91, the NCAA added a Most Improved Player trophy to their list of awardees for every basketball tournament. Based on the pre-season, former San Sebastian guard Jayson David has emerged as the frontrunner for that award as he has assumed the starting spot of Perez with LPU. David is no “Baby Beast”, but it seems that Robinson trusts him enough to be a critical piece in the Pirates’ quest to capture that elusive NCAA championship. He averaged 7.3 PPG, 6 RPG and 2.1 APG in the Fil-Oil tourney.   Jeo Ambohot (CSJL)   Another player who seems to have earned the trust of his coach is Jeo Ambohot. Under Coach Jeff Napa, the ‘23 for 23’ Gilas World Cup pool member came off the bench and underachieved, only averaging 7.2 PPG and 7.2 RPG for the Knights in Season 94. Jeo Ambohot can hit this all game long! ???? #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/5NCj7tV7Gt — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) October 9, 2018 However, under new Letran Head Coach Bonnie Tan, Ambohot was being utilized as the starting center with last year’s Rookie of the Year, Larry Muyang coming off the bench in their pre-season games. Nevertheless, a player like Ambohot should not be happy with his dismal outing last year and should come out stronger in Season 95.    Renato Ular (CSJL)   Here’s a guy you probably haven’t heard about before. His name is Renato Ular. Ring a bell? Probably not. The last time he saw action was during his rookie year in Season 92. Actually, he didn’t even do much back then. He only played in four games in did not score a single point in any of those games. After two years as a spectator, Ular has finally rejoined the Letran lineup and was their best player in the Fil-Oil tournament averaging 9.8 PPG and 8.1 RPG. The last left-handed legend from Letran was Rey Nambatac. This lefty’s got a long way to go to get on the Sting Rey’s level, but expect him to be one of the Knights' primary attackers this year.   RK Ilagan (SSC-R)   RK Ilagan was FEELING IT from downtown, dropping a new career-high 2??6?? PTS vs Mapua! #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/SDIaVmtzCF — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) October 12, 2018 Speaking of attacking, one player who will be more relentless than he’s ever been this Season 95 is RK Ilagan. The pride of Barrio Fugoso, Tondo, Manila ranked seventh in scoring last year, averaging 15.2 PPG and was the Golden Stags’ leading scorer despite the presence of Calisaan. Coach Egay Macaraya loves a shooter and will continue to give the green light to Ilagan who made more triples (40) than any player in the NCAA in Season 94.    Kent Salado (AU)   Prior to injuring his right knee on October 10, 2017 in an 85-79 Arellano win over SSC-R in Season 93, Kent Salado was one of the most exciting players in the NCAA. The spitfire point guard from Cagayan de Oro was averaging 19.1 PPG (2nd behind Perez) and 5.0 APG (2nd behind Bolick) for the Chiefs, taking over the driver’s seat that Jiovani Jalalon occupied during their run to the Finals in Season 92. Lervin Flores with a nice block, Kent Salado with an even better finish! #NCAASeason93 #NCAAStrong pic.twitter.com/ohK28fFFhS — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) September 15, 2017 Now that he’s finally had surgery to repair what was eventually revealed to be a torn ACL, Salado is looking to excite fans anew especially since Arellano University will serve as the host of the NCAA for the first time in league history. Justin Gutang (CSB)   Recently, I asked former Arellano Head Coach Jerry Codi?era who he thought had the makings of a star in the NCAA now that the likes of Perez and Bolick are in the pros. The “Defense Minister” immediately mentioned one name: Justin Gutang. The 6’3” Fil-American forward from San Francisco, California had an impressive rookie season, averaging 13.4 PPG, 6.2 RPG and 4.3 APG for the Blazers and winning the Slam Dunk contest along the way. Although we haven’t heard much from Gutang in the off-season, the fact that a PBA Legend still has him on his radar means that the kid’s potential cannot be ignored. ?Editor's Note: The list is based on pre-season performances of teams. There are some NCAA teams who have not partcipated in pre-season tournaments nor released line-ups.  ?Catch NCAA Season 95 starting July 7, Sunday, 11:30 am LIVE on S+A, S+A HD, Liga, Liga HD, iWant and via livestream.    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 27th, 2019

PBA Player of the Week Bolick starts NorthPort takeover

Robert Bolick showed he’s ready to take over the mantle at NorthPort following the shock exit of top gunner Stanley Pringle......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 26th, 2019

PBA: Clutch Bolick is Player of the Week

Robert Bolick showed he’s ready to take over the mantle at NorthPort following the shocking exit of top gunner Stanley Pringle. Two games since the Batang Pier dealt Pringle to Barangay Ginebra for the trio of Kevin Ferrer, Sol Mercado, and Jervy Cruz, the rookie guard out of San Beda jacked up his numbers in helping the team clinch a quarterfinals berth in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup. Bolick averaged 19.0 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 9.5 assists in an all-around effort to steer NorthPort to back-to-back wins over Rain or Shine and Blackwater and hike its record to a league-best 7-1 slate in a tie with TnT Katropa. The impressive performance earned the 23-year-old native of Leyte his first ever PBA Press Corps-Cignal Player of the Week for the period June 17-23. Also getting a vote from the PBAPC was Bolick’s NorthPort teammate Sean Anthony. Others who contended for the weekly citation were Batang Pier Moala Tautuaa, Jayson Castro and Roger Pogoy of TnT Katropa, San Miguel Beer’s Alex Cabagnot, Paul Lee of Magnolia, Pringle, and Jericho Cruz of NLEX. In NorthPort’s first game without the 32-year-old Pringle, Bolick and Tautuaa carried the fight for the Batang Pier by rallying them from as much as a 25-point deficit to nip the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters in overtime, 107-105. Bolick hit 22 points and fired the pressure-pack three-pointer with 11 seconds left in regulation that sent the game into overtime.     Tautuaa finished with a career-high 34 points for NorthPort, which played with only an eighth-man rotation. Three days after, Bolick was at it again, missing just a single rebound of completing a triple double in the team’s 127-99 rout of the Elite. He finished with 16 points, nine rebounds, and 10 assists in the win that marked the first game of Mercado, Ferrer, and Cruz with the team. Bolick admitted he owed Pringle a lot for making him the player that he is with NorthPort right now. “Gusto ko siyang makasama ng mas matagal. Kaso one conference lang, madami pa sana akong matututunan. Kung ano man meron ako ngayon (sa) laro ko, lahat, sa kanya (Pringle) ko natutunan yun,” said Bolick of the player he considered as his first pro mentor......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 26th, 2019

Ravena, Perez, Bolick boost Gilas Pilipinas practice

MANILA, PhilippinesYoungbloods CJ Perez and Robert Bolick as well as Stanley Pringle joined Gilas Pilipinas practice on Monday at Meralco Gym in Pasig. Perez and Bolick are the only PBA rookies part o.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

Lions still force to reckon with

Reigning NCAA champion San Beda will no longer be as formidable as it was the past few years when it boasted the league’s deepest, most talented roster headed by the prolific duo of Robert Bolick and Javee Mocon......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Kiefer Ravena returns to National Team practice for the first time since FIBA suspension

Kiefer Ravena takes another step towards his on-court comeback after re-joining the Philippine Men's National Team practice, Monday evening at the Meralco Gym in Ortigas.  Ravena has been serving an 18-month suspension imposed by FIBA for failing a random drug test back in 2018. The suspension began on February 25, 2018 and since then, Ravena has been barred from participating in basketball-related activities, including playing for his NLEX squad in the PBA.  The good news for Ravena is that the suspension is set to be lifted on August 24th, 2019, just in time for the upcoming 2019 FIBA World Cup in China on August 31st.  Joining Ravena in Monday night's practice were June Mar Fajardo, Paul Lee, RR Pogoy, Poy Erram, and Japeth Aguilar, Mark Barroca, Marcio Lassiter and Troy Rosario. Also present are Robert Bolick, Stanley Pringle, and CJ Perez. Bigman Raymond Almazan is also present but is not participating in the practice proper.  Veteran Marc Pingris also dropped by to watch the National Team put in work. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Kiefer Ravena’s return highlights Gilas’ ‘best practice so far’

The Philippine Men’s Senior National Basketball team continued their preparations for the upcoming 2019 FIBA World Cup in China this August with another training session, Monday evening at the Meralco Gym in Ortigas. While the highlight of the scrimmage was the return of playmaker Kiefer Ravena, who has been serving an 18-month suspension handed down by FIBA back in 2018, another positive was the number of players who participated in the practice. A total of 13 players were present in practice, and National Team head coach Yeng Guiao was happy to see enough bodies to be able to hold a proper 5-on-5 run. “We had enough people to go 5-on-5, this is our first complete actually, it’s our best practice so far,” Guiao told the media during a post-practice scrum. National Team vets such as Paul Lee, RR Pogoy, Marcio Lassiter, June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar, Poy Erram, and Mark Barroca were on hand to participate in the drills and the 5-on-5 scrimmage, while Raymond Almazan was also in attendance but did not join the practice proper. Apart from Ravena, other new faces for this training camp included PBA rookies Robert Bolick and CJ Perez, and Guiao was delighted to see them come out. “We’re very very appreciative of the guys who came in, si CJ atsaka si Robert, and of course, Kiefer,” the long-time mentor said. “For the first time, he’s able to practice and witness kayo, for the first time after more than one year and six months. Siguro part of the excitement why we had a really good practice today, we’re just excited to play with each other.” Guiao explained that Bolick and Perez, former NCAA stars, were invited because of their initiative to try their luck with the National Team pool. “Actually, in the case of Robert and CJ, sila yung nag-initiate na makapag-practice sila, that’s why we invited them, so nagparamdam sila na gusto nilang mag-try ng luck nila to be in the to be in the pool.” As for Ravena, Guiao was pleased to see that his NLEX playmaker was in tip-top shape, even after the time off. “Si Kiefer, nakakausap ko naman yun, so he’s really excited to be part of the National Team, at least pool, although sabi ko naman his chances of making it are really good,” Guiao stated. “You saw him in practice today, it’s just like he did not miss the last, or he was not suspended, for the last one and a half years. His sharpness is there, his stamina is there, he does not look like he’s heavy, that’s his natural body, so things are looking good at this point.” Guiao also expressed his appreciation for Stanley Pringle, who joined the practice. Pringle and the Gin Kings took on Guiao’s NLEX Road Warriors in Batangas the night before Gilas practice. “Si Stanley, again, he’s one of the guys that volunteered himself, just in case we need an extra body. Galing yan sa Batangas, kalaban namin kahapon, so he’s just offering his services just so we have people who can play roles in practices so mas maganda yung practice natin.” Being designated as a naturalized citizen by FIBA, The newly-acquired Ginebra Gin King is unlikely to crack the lineup with big man Andray Blatche expected to suit up for the National Team. Guiao is, however, looking to add Pringle to the training pool for their training camp in Spain this August. “I’m also thinking of bringing Stanley to Spain, if Ginebra is not playing in the Finals, kasi may dalawang team na maglalaro ng Finals, siguradong may member ng National Team, so when we go to Spain, we can only take the players of the ten teams that are not involved, so may mawawala talaga, so kailangan pag-isipan kung sino ang isasama.” The 2019 FIBA World Cup kicks off on August 31st in China, with the Philippines joining Angola, Italy, and Serbia in Group D. Guiao hopes to be able to release a final lineup by next month. “Pag-dating ni Blatche, I think July 8, siguro by July 15 mayroon nang final lineup.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Bolick, Perez new additions to Gilas pool for FIBA World Cup

  BATANGAS CITY, Philippines – Aside from Kiefer Ravena, Robert Bolick and CJ Perez have been tapped by Gilas Pilipinas to join the pool for the 2019 FIBA World Cup.  National team head coach Yeng Guiao bared the development on Sunday, June 23, noting that it's part of their plan to ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Robert Bolick joins Gilas pool

NorthPort rookie Robert Bolick’s solid performances for the Batang Pier has earned him an invite to join the Gilas Pilipinas pool gearing up for the FIBA World Cup......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2019

Bolick admits crying after learning of Pringle trade

MANILA, Philippines – Robert Bolick has developed a strong bond with Stanley Pringle that he cried upon learning that NorthPort traded his mentor and teammate to Barangay Ginebra.  The Batang Pier bid farewell to Pringle, who was drafted first overall by the team in 2014, after shipping him to the Gin Kings in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 20th, 2019