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Alden balik-Eat Bulaga na; block screening para sa KathDen movie parami nang parami

SABIK na sabik na kay Alden Richards ang kanyang mga fans at wish nilang mapanood na uli ang Pambansang Bae sa Eat Bulaga. Nagpa-hashtag na nga sila ng #ALDENWerNaU dahil kung hindi kami nagkakamali eh, isang buwan nang hindi nasisilayan ng publiko ang Kapuso heartthrob lalo na ang kanyang new looks, huh! Pero sa isang […] The post Alden balik-Eat Bulaga na; block screening para sa KathDen movie parami nang parami appeared first on Bandera......»»

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Jane Oineza minalas sa lovelife: Pero ang gaan, ang sarap ng buhay

SINGLE but happy ang drama ngayon ng Kapamilya star na si Jane Oineza. Sa wala rin nauwi ang relasyon nila ng former Pinoy Big Brother housemate na si Kyle Secades kaya sa ngayon, mas gusto munang mag-focus ni Jane sa kanyang career. Busy siya sa promo ng first movie niya this year, anmg “Finding You” […] The post Jane Oineza minalas sa lovelife: Pero ang gaan, ang sarap ng buhay appeared first on Bandera......»»

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PVL: Selimovic back for unfinished business

Bosnian Edina Selimovic is back to settle unfinished business. The 6-foot-3 middle blocker makes her return to the Philippines two years after her last stint, this time, for newcomer Motolite in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. Selimovic debuted in 2017 playing for Pocari Sweat, but the towering import saw action in just two games before going down with a torn hamstring that abruptly ended her stint. She was replaced by American Krystak Rivers, who eventually helped the Lady Warriors win the inaugural import-laden conference crown.         “I don’t really want to remember that. It’s really hurtful for me but yes I’m back and I really hope that I’m not gonna have the same issue again. I will finish this season,” said Selimovic, who after recovering from her injury helped her club team in her country win the championship. Selimovic also welcomes the chance of playing with good friend Myla Pablo, whom she played with during her short stint with Pocari Sweat.   “I’m really excited. Myla is a good friend of mine and we became really close here,” she said. “I’m happy that I’m with the same team with her again. I’m excited to play with her.” Selimovic and her partner Cuban Gygy Silva, who is yet to arrive, together with Pablo will lead a relatively young squad composed of the core of University of the Philippines and Adamson University.     “I’m used to play with younger players or even older players so I’m fine, I’m adjusting fine. I don’t have that problem,” said Selimovic, who flew in a few days ago. Looking at the six-team field, Selimovic knows that it won’t be an easy task to bring Motolite to the big stage but it is a goal that the team will try to achieve. “We’re not gonna look at the other teams, we’re gonna look at what’s best for us. Do our work and do our best and play 110% every game. It doesn’t matter who we play against,” she said. Motolite will debut on June 1 against returning BaliPure, which was the last team Selimovic played against in her first foray in the PVL.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 21st, 2019Related News

Concert sa ‘Pinas at Asia, pinaghahandaan na ni Nick Vera Perez

NAKATATABA ng puso ang pagbibigay-halaga ng balladeer na si Nick Vera Perez sa mga entertainment press na nakatulong sa kanyang tagumpay at pamamayagpag sa music industry. Isang bonggang party ang inihanda niya sa Rembrandt Hotel Grand Ballroom kamakailan na isa-isa niyang tinawag sa stage at sinabitan ng medal at binigyan ng special token. “I really ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesMay 21st, 2019Related News

In Focus: Proof That EXO s Chanyeol And D.O. Have The Cutest 'Cat-Dog' Friendship

From their cute little fights on stage to their recent trips to Japan, EXO's Chansoo is our fave bromance!.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: LifestyleMay 20th, 2019Related News

Martin at Pops, mag-concert tour na muli

NG: SMNI NEWS MAGSASAMANG muli ang tinaguriang Philippine Concert King and Queen na sina Martin Nievera at Pops Fernandez sa isang concert tour sa Amerika at Canada ngayong taon. Muling magtatanghal sa iisang stage ang concert royalties sa dara­ting na Agosto hanggang Set­yembre ngayong ta­on. Ang naturang concert tour ay pinamagatang Two-Gether Again 2019 kung […] The post Martin at Pops, mag-concert tour na muli appeared first on PINAS......»»

Source: Pinasglobal PinasglobalCategory: NewsMay 20th, 2019Related News

“Ang Panahon ng Halimaw” Bags Grand Jury Prize for Best Picture at 67th FAMAS Awards

“Ang Panahon ng Halimaw” (Season of the Devil), a movie by celebrated filmmaker Lav Diaz and co-produced by Globe Studios, was awarded the Grand Jury Prize for Best Picture at the recently held 67th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards. The almost 4-hour epic, which stars Piolo Pascual and Shaina Magdayao, was […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsMay 20th, 2019Related News

Kris hiyang-hiya matapos sitahin si Bimby habang nanonood ng ‘Kuwaresma’

NAPAHIYA si Kris Something dahil gusto niyang mapanood ni Bimby ang “Kuwaresma” movie ni Sharon Cuneta kahit na wala siya sa bracket ng puwedeng manood ng movie. Twelve years old pa lang si Bimby kaya hindi siya papasa na mapanood ang movie na may R-13 rating. Itsinika ni Kris ang pagka-kabuking sa kanila ng mga […] The post Kris hiyang-hiya matapos sitahin si Bimby habang nanonood ng ‘Kuwaresma’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMay 20th, 2019Related News

2019 National Youth Futsal Invitational Mindanao Regional Finals: Matchday 1 Results

The first day of the regional finals has been an intense one as a lot of goals have went in and from 23 combined teams for the boys and girls across two age groups, seven has been trimmed heading into the semifinals of the tournament. We now look into the highlights of matchday one.   Corpus Christi FC def. Lianga FC 6-1 (U-16 Boys) In their first game of the day, the Northern Mindanao winners Corpus Christi FC showed how dominant they can be against Lianga FC. They started the game with taking things slow and passing the ball around. However, when they got their first goal into the back of the net, there’s no turning back for Corpus Christi as they went on to win six goals to nil against Lianga FC. Despite not keeping a clean sheet, it was still a convincing victory for the boys in blue and yellow. With that victory, they had a momentum on their side as they went on as well to win their second match of the day against Crocs FC to seal their spot in the semifinals.   Watashi FC 1-1 Pantukan NHS FC (U-16 Girls) Despite not having a lot of goals in this match, it was still an entertaining match as Watashi FC and Pantukan NHS FC refused to be beaten by one another that’s why they both settled for a draw. In the first half of the match, Pantukan NHS FC looked to be the dominant side as they were able to pass the ball around and looked for openings of Watashi’s defence. With their patience they went into the halftime break with a one-nil lead. Watashi, on the other hand, turned the tables around in the second half as they spent most of the time with the ball. In the end they got a late equalizer as the time run down to share the points. Both teams went on to progress into the semifinals at the end of matchday one.   Tuloy Sa Davao def.  Dipolog FC 2-1 (U-14 Boys) In the final elimination game in the U-14 Boys division, it seemed like Tuloy sa Davao and Dipolog FC saved all their energy to bring their A-game and entertain the crowd at the Davao City National High School Futsal Court. Both teams kicked off with the desire to win and Dipolog FC their front foot ahead of the competitions as they scored a goal in the first half. It was then equalled by a stunning equalizer before the end of the first period. The second half saw a bit of tit-for-tat action between these sides but in the end, Tuloy sa Davao went home victorious as they slotted in a late goal towards the end of the game. Despite the win, Tuloy sa Davao failed to progress to the semifinals as they lost their first game against Lianga FC who joined Dipolog FC and Crocs FC into the next stage of the competition.   Calinan FC def. Sakya FC 2-1 (U-14 Girls) With what proved to be a vital win for Calinan FC, they were able to survive the threat from Sakya FC in their opening match. It was an intense match between these two sides who left everything inside the playing court. In the first half, Sakya FC found the opening goal as Calinan FC failed to organize their defense. Sakya FC thought they were able to hold down the opposition but Calinan FC refused to be defeated. As the second half commenced, Calinan FC went on with a barrage of attack against their opponent’s defense and their tenacity paid off. With almost four minutes into the half, Calinan FC got their equalizer before they’ve slotted the victory deep into the final minutes of the second half. Calinan FC made it out of the eliminations unscathed as they also won their second game against Stonefield FC.   Here are the complete results of Matchday 1 of the 2019 Allianz National Youth Futsal Invitational Regional Finals, Mindanao Leg   U-14 Boys Cafe Kat 1-1 RedCorals Culianan FC Lianga FC 2-0 Tuloy sa Davao Crocs FC 2-0 Cafe Kat Dipolog FC 2-0 Lianga FC RedCorals Culianan FC 0-1 Crocs FC Tuloy sa Davao 2-1 Dipolog FC   U-14 Girls Bulua Strikers 0-2 Cafe Kat Cafe Kat 0-3 Pantukan NHS FC Stonefield 1-4 Calinan FC Pantukan NHS FC 2-0 Bulua Strikers   U-16 Boys Tagum City Parents Utd 0-2 PCT Alligators Corpus Christi 6-1 Lianga FC PCT Alligators 2-1 Holy Cross FC Lianga FC 1-3 Crocs FC Holy Cross FC 0-0 Tagum City Parents Utd Crocs FC 0-2 Corpus Christi FC      .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 20th, 2019Related News

Movie review- Fans of Filipino horror will like this Sharon Cuneta film - ABS-CBN News

Movie review: Fans of Filipino horror will like this Sharon Cuneta film ABS-CBN News For his latest film, director Erik Matti returns to a favorite genre of his - horror. Previously, he had done &quo.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsMay 19th, 2019Related News

Kris, Bimby ‘nahuli’ sa sinehan habang nanonood ng Kuwaresma: No excuses, mali kami

IPINUSLIT ni Kris Aquino sa sinehan ng Ayala ang anak na si Bimby nang manood sila ng “Kuwaresma” ni Sharon Cuneta kasama ang dalawang kaibigan. Palibhasa matangkad, sinunod ni Kris ang payo ng isa sa kasama na hindi na mapapansin ang anak. Aware naman si Tetay sa rating ng movie mula sa MTRCB, isang R-13 […] The post Kris, Bimby ‘nahuli’ sa sinehan habang nanonood ng Kuwaresma: No excuses, mali kami appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMay 19th, 2019Related News

Raptors running out of options as series shifts to Toronto

By Steve Aschburner, NBA.com MILWAUKEE – The Toronto Raptors are two bounces on the rim into their Eastern Conference championship series against Milwaukee. Two more and – unless things change radically for the Raptors in every phase of the game from what we’ve seen – the basketball metaphor of their 2019 postseason is going to fall harmlessly to the side. No points, no buzzer-beater, no victory, no nothing. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] Two games into this best-of-seven series, it’s already hard to see a way out for the Raptors that doesn’t include Hefty bags, cleaned-out lockers and a wide-open month of June. Toronto played well enough to win in Game 1, yet managed to lose it anyway thanks to an open elevator shaft of a fourth quarter that qualified instantly as something that would haunt them. Then they played miserably in Friday's (Saturday, PHL time) Game 2, save for a stretch in the third quarter when slippage in Milwaukee’s focus appeared as culpable as anything Raptors-related. Kyle Lowry, Toronto’s veteran point guard, is wandering around these days with a modified blue oven mitt on his left hand. It’s there to protect the thumb he sprained in Game 7 against Philadelphia. That’s the game that got the Raptors here, the one decided by Kawhi Leonard’s eternal-highlight shot at the end that bounced four times on the rim before dropping through the net. It’s been kind of downhill for their crew since then. Anyway, Lowry was asked a series of questions after Milwaukee's 125-103 triumph at Fiserv Forum about the defense, about the rebounding, about the shift from the Bucks’ floor to the Raptors’ for Games 3 and 4 beginning Sunday (Monday, PHL time). And Lowry earnestly answered by saying, yes, they have to defend better, they have to rebound better and they definitely have to assert themselves more to defend their Scotiabank Arena home court. Lowry said the right things. Problem is, that’s a lot of things. The Raptors don’t appear to have the wherewithal – or even the duct tape, if you prefer – to fix so many flaws at once. They have been outrebounded 113-86, a major factor in the Bucks’ 41-20 advantage in second-chance points. They have been outscored by 30 points in the two games and most of the difference has come from the bench (76-51), adding to the sense that Milwaukee isn’t just beating Toronto, it’s ganging up on them. Defensively, the Raptors haven’t been nearly good enough and their coach, Nick Nurse, put the blame squarely on them. He went into detail – both before and after Game 2 – to explain the difference between a good contest of a jump shot and a great, playoffs-worthy contest. After talking at length before tipoff about needing and hoping to see effort from his players as a sign they grasped the urgency involved, it had to be embarrassing for Nurse to acknowledge afterward that, no, that effort in fact was not there. “We were just a step too slow on just about everything,” he observed. To illustrate how casually his players closed on Bucks’ shooters, Nurse did a deep dive on a play in which center Marc Gasol needed to get out to Nikola Mirotic. “It was a good contest, but it wasn't a full-out contest,” the Toronto coach said. “We know the level of contest is going to affect these shots or not, and if you don't go with everything you've got and jump high and really try to let them know you're right pressed up against them, then the chances of [the shots] going in are pretty good.” Poor Gasol. This supremely skilled big man who was so valuable to the Memphis Grizzlies in numerous playoff wars is an early nominee for series scapegoat here. He at least had 12 rebounds and five assists in the opener, but his contributions and minutes fizzled in Game 2. By the time he got to 1-for-9 (3-for-20 in the series), the 34-year-old Gasol was looking creakier than his brother Pau, 38, who was wheeling himself through the halls on a scooter Friday night (Saturday, PHL time) after undergoing foot surgery this week. Then there’s Danny Green, a helpful 3-and-D guy with tons of postseason experience from his San Antonio days. Green’s challenge has been touching the ball enough to make a difference; he’s 3-for-11, getting about two thirds as many shots as he’d expect. But as he noted, Toronto’s ball movement has been spotty, the Bucks’ top-ranked defense stingy and little has been done to alter either from one game to the next. “Our offense was out of whack a little bit tonight, and we didn’t tighten it up,” Green said. A little more Norman Powell, a little less Gasol going forward? Doesn’t seem like it’ll be enough. Now take Pascal Siakam and Lowry from the margin for error that Toronto really doesn’t have. They were good for 45 points in the opener but scored a total of 23 Friday (Saturday, PHL time), each burdened with foul trouble from daring to mess with Milwaukee’s gears. Siakam, a favorite to be named the NBA’s Most Improved Player, wound up as the night’s most removed player, his minutes dropping from more than 42 on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time) to 26 on Friday (Saturday, PHL time). There’s no reason to let Leonard off the hook, either. The Raptors’ best player has scored 31 points in each game, but they’ve been about as quiet as 62 points can be, coming almost from a bubble that has nothing in common with the rest of Toronto’s attack. Sometimes Leonard is bailing them out, sure, but many times the ball and the possession stop with him. The Bucks are OK with that, defending him with Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe and helpers. Leonard has taken 20 of his team’s 45 free throws, but dished only four assists in the two games. That’s one area in which Leonard is so different from – and so far in this series, lacking when compared to – Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Bucks’ star, with his gravitational pull on defenders, creates a bounty of opportunities for others. Leonard isn’t making any of his teammates better at this stage. And let’s not forget the intangibles. Antetokounmpo is the catalyst for Milwaukee’s superior team chemistry, a top-five talent who is all in on the Bucks’ ambitions and the players corralled around him. Leonard? For all anyone knows, he still has one foot out the door to free agency. His laconic nature doesn’t lend itself to firing up others, and it’s difficult to see how he leads by anything other than example. The cloud of Leonard’s future has been squatting over Toronto’s whole season. Every game is a referendum on whether he feels he has enough help or not. Does Nurse or another Raptors coach dare to challenge him, for fear he’ll start packing his bags immediately? Did anyone object to his “load management” nights off this season? It has been a tough way to grind through a long year, held hostage by your star’s inscrutability. But it’s what they signed up for when GM Masai Ujiri traded for him with just one season to woo and recruit. Compare that to what Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer was sharing about Antetokounmpo, as far as pushing him to greater heights. “We're coaching him and we're on him,” Budenholzer said. “We think he can be doing more, and he just soaks it up.” As the series shifts to Canada, the Raptors will look to Friday’s (Saturday, PHL time) third quarter as quickly as the Bucks will dismiss it. Toronto outscored Milwaukee 39-31 over those 12 minutes, the only portion of the game in which they managed to send a ripple of nervousness through the building. OK, well, maybe not quite that, but a few fans surely noticed that what had been a 28-point lead soon after halftime got chiseled down to 13. Not once, but twice. But Malcolm Brogdon and George Hill went to work off the Bucks’ bench, Giannis came back mean-muggin’ to start the fourth and that most definitely was that. Playoff protocol says we must give the Raptors their home games to demonstrate a difference. But they need to know that 0-2 is a gaping hole, from which only 20 teams in NBA history have come back in a seven-game series. Two more bounces on the rim, and we’ll see which way the Raptors fall. Steve Aschburner has written about the NBA since 1980. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 18th, 2019Related News

UAAP Season 81 Finals: Ayaw ko pang i-let go ang UST -- Sisi Rondina

If given a chance, outgoing University of Sto. Tomas ace Sisi Rondina would still want to play for the Tigresses.  The Season Most Valuable Player bid goodbye to the black and gold on Saturday – a fruitful five-year stint that saw Rondina give her all from the struggling days of UST up to the final moment of the Tigresses in the biggest stage of the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament.         “Kanina kasi that time na the ball was checked out alam ko na pagka-hit pa lang ng bola, pagkapuntos pa lang ng kalaban alam ko na matatapos na ako as a Golden Tigress and ‘yun ‘yung sobrang nasaktan ako,” said Rondina after UST absorbed a stinging 17-25, 22-25, 22-25, Game 3 loss to Ateneo de Manila University at the MOA Arena. The Cebuana hotshot hammered 18 points with 11 digs and seven excellent receptions in her last three sets as a Tigress. As the final attack of Jules Samonte went off the block for the Lady Eagles’ championship point, Rondina knew there’s no turning back. No more chance for redemption – at least for her.       “Ayaw ko eh, ayaw ko talaga [umalis], gusto ko na maging Golden Tigresses as champion,” said Rondina. “Sabi ko nga kanina, kinokontra namin ang destiny na para sa Ateneo talaga.” “Ako sa sarili ko, destiny talaga ng Ateneo kinontra lang namin. It was a good run for us kasi who knows, na maniniwala na mga bata ang kasama ko and partida mga bata pero pag naglaro kakaiba,” added Rondina, who led a rookie-laden Tigresses squad to its first Finals appearance in eight years.   Despite falling short of fulfilling her promise to be remembered as the woman who will bring back the title to Espana, Rondina remained proud of where her sacrifices and efforts led UST to.   “Gusto ko [maalala nila ako] isa sa mga nagpabalik sa Finals kahit hindi korona. Kapag sinabing Sisi Rondina, gusto ko lang na, ‘UST oriented ‘yan, mahal niya ang UST, hindi pinapahiya ‘yung UST.’ Kung gusto lang naman nila akong ma-remember,” she said. “Isa rin is mahal na mahal ang UST, mga ganoon. Ayaw ko pang i-let go ang UST.” Still, the power-hitting player was grateful to her teammates’ effort to give her a chance to play in the Finals “Napakasaya ko kasi sila ang nagpatikim sa akin kung ano ang Finals, Finals be like. Kahit anong sasabihin ko hinding-hindi na talaga ako makakabalik, kahit gustuhin ko mang bumalik. Sabi nga sa kanta, may dulo pala ang langit,” Rondina said. “For me I’m blessed to have them [teammates], kahit na second place kami kasi sobrang unforgettable moment, day and time, sobrang gusto ko kasi na sana pag graduate ko may maiiwan ako sa UST na hindi makakalimutan ng iba,” she said. Rondina will leave UST without a title. But she surely inspired a new breed of Tigresses and a community.     ---   Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 18th, 2019Related News

Stage set for NCA World Derby

Prominent cockers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao once again vie in the keenly awaited NCA World Derby that gets underway Tuesday at the Henares Multi-Purpose Bldg. in Pasig......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsMay 18th, 2019Related News

Blazers head home for Game 3, down 2-0 to Golden State

By Anne M. Peterson, Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Damian Lillard says Golden State did its job and protected home court. Now it’s time for the Trail Blazers to do the same. The Western Conference finals between the upstart Blazers and the defending champion Warriors shifts to Portland on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) with Golden State holding a 2-0 advantage. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] The Blazers were up 15 points at the half and led by eight with 4.5 minutes left before the Warriors rallied — boosted by Kevon Looney’s dunk with less than a minute left, and a game-sealing steal from Andre Iguodala — for a 114-111 victory in Game 2 on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time). Golden State capped the game with a 14-3 run to avoid falling into a tie in the best-of-seven series. “Lost the game, but you know, their job was to take care of their home floor, and we’ve got an opportunity to do the same thing,” Lillard said. Lillard, who grew up just a few miles from Oracle Arena, finished with 23 point and 10 assists, but was thwarted by Golden State’s defense, including Iguodala’s at the end. CJ McCollum had 22 points in Portland’s eighth straight playoff loss to the Warriors since 2016. “We’ve got to bring that same energy at home, understand that this is the first time in 19 years we’ve been in the conference final,” McCollum said. “I know they (the fans) will be excited and I’m really looking forward to the opportunity playing at home and building on what we’ve done. “Being down 0-2, it’s not what you would like to see but it’s our reality, so now we got to go get some at home.” Stephen Curry led Golden State with 37 points. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said experience pushed Golden State at the end after Portland’s dominant play for most of the game. “We’ve done this a few times, and yeah, we stole it for sure,” Kerr said. Golden State, vying for a fifth straight trip to the NBA Finals, won the opening game against the Blazers 116-94, with Curry scoring 36 points to lead the way. The series so far, and particularly Game 2, has been an entertaining battle between Curry and his younger brother Seth, who plays for the Blazers. It is the first time that brothers have played each other in a conference final. The younger Curry had 16 points and four steals off the bench on Thursday (Friday, PHL time), including a steal on his brother. Seth Curry even engaged in a little trash talk when his brother was at the free throw line as the game wound down. “This was like the coolest experience I think I’ve ever had playing against him. We talked about the stage and he was amazing tonight,” Steph Curry said. “You know, every minute he was out there defensively, he was a pest. Made three big shots the fourth quarter that were very timely.” He added with a smile that it must have been nerve-wracking for his parents, “but it worked out perfectly tonight: He played well and we won.” Game 3 will be the first conference final game in Portland since 2000. The Blazers lost that series to the eventual champion Los Angeles Lakers in seven games. “I know they are going to be excited,” Stephen Curry said in noting the atmosphere at the Moda Center. “We’ve got to do whatever we can to hopefully take them out of it early. Knowing Portland is going to feed off that energy, it’s going to be tough to win up there, so we got to bring it.” Back at home, the Blazers won’t need to deal with the return of Kevin Durant. The two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP is still out with a right calf injury and isn’t set to be re-examined until next week, meaning it’s likely he’ll miss the rest of this series. Durant, who won’t travel with the team to Portland, averaged 34.2 points in the playoffs before he was injured in the third quarter of Golden State’s Game 5 victory over Houston. The third-seeded Blazers bested Oklahoma City 4-1 in the opening round, then needed all seven games to get past the Denver Nuggets in the semifinals. The Warriors downed both the Los Angeles Clippers and the Houston Rockets in six games to get to the conference finals. The winner in the West will go on to face the winner of the East series between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks. ___ AP Sports Writer Janie McCauley contributed to this report......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 18th, 2019Related News

Heart ibinandera ang ginagawang pelikula sa China: I got the role, it’s my first action movie

IBINANDERA na ni Heart Evangelista sa isang interview ang isang international film na ginagawa sa China. Dati kasi ay tikom ang bibig ni Mrs. Chiz Escudero sa detalye ng tinatapos na foreign movie. Sa interview kay Heart, sinabi niyang gumigising siya ng alas kuwatro nang umaga para tumakbo, at mag-boxing na nagsilbing training din niya. […] The post Heart ibinandera ang ginagawang pelikula sa China: I got the role, it’s my first action movie appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMay 17th, 2019Related News

Jerome Ponce, Jane Oineza muntik nang maging magdyowa: Hindi po nag-bloom

MUNTIK na palang maging magdyowa ang mga Kapamilya stars na sina Jane Oineza at Jerome Ponce. Ito ang inamin ni Jane sa nakaraang presscon ng latest movie ng Regal Entertainment na “Finding You” kung saan muli nga silang magtatambal ni Jerome. Aniya, espesyal pa rin ang relationship nila ng aktor na inilarawan niyang, “more than […] The post Jerome Ponce, Jane Oineza muntik nang maging magdyowa: Hindi po nag-bloom appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMay 17th, 2019Related News

Troiski releases music video of latest song ‘Pasaylo-a’ in FB

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebuano singer Troi Jiff Teodulo  Cabanag IV, who is known on stage as Troiski, released his music video of the song, “Pasaylo-a” on his Facebook page, Troiski,  at 6 p.m., on May 17, Friday.  In an interview with CDN Digital, Troiski said that the music video talked about love. “Kanang naa […] The post Troiski releases music video of latest song ‘Pasaylo-a’ in FB appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMay 17th, 2019Related News

ESPN5 presents Ultimate Boxing Series

ESPN5 Boxing and Gerrypens Promotions team up to stage a boxing tournament and reality show dubbed the Ultimate Boxing Series: “Kamaong Pinoy” to premiere next month on ESPN5......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsMay 17th, 2019Related News

Submission ng pelikula para sa PPP 3, extended

IN-EXTEND ng Film Develop­ment Council of the Philippines (FDCP) hanggang Hunyo 15, 2019 ang deadline ng pagsusumite ng finished films o films in post-production stage na kukompleto sa final slate ng mga pelikula para sa Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP). Sa press conference noong Marso 28 sa Gloria Maris, Gateway Mall sa Cubao, Quezon City, ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesMay 17th, 2019Related News