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Streaking San Miguel and GlobalPort collide

By Michael Angelo S. Murillo Senior Reporter ON-A-ROLL San Miguel Beermen and GlobalPort Batang Pier try to extend their surge in the PBA Philippine Cup when they lock horns in the main game today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The defending champions Beermen (4-0), the lone team left in the season-opening PBA tournament yet to […] The post Streaking San Miguel and GlobalPort collide appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

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LPU-backed Zark s chomps down on Batangas-EAC

Zark’s Burger-Lyceum of the Philippines University finally lived up to the hype as it clobbered Batangas-Emilio Aguinaldo College to score a 37-point beatdown, 112-75, and register its first win in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup on Tuesday at the Pasig City Sports Center. It was an all-out attack from the Jawbreakers as they beat the Generals to the bite and took control of the game early with Mike Nzeusseu and Jaycee Marcelino guiding their side to a 48-33 lead at halftime they never surrendered. CJ Perez paced Zark’s with 21 points and 10 rebounds while MJ Ayaay tallied a double-double of his own with 15 markers and 10 boards to go along with three assists. Cameroonian Nzeusseu also delivered 14 points, 11 rebounds, and two assists while Marcelino had eight first half points and wound up with 12 off the bench as the reserves chipped in 56 huge points in the tussle. Coach Topex Robinson lauded the Jawbreakers for quickly adjusting to the style of play in the PBA D-League just days after falling to Marinerong Pilipino, 92-94, back in opening day. “Medyo adjusted na kami on everything, but the things we want to mind are those things we control. We just have to keep on doing what we are doing. It’s more on replenishing na lang on our old ways,” he said. Earvin Mendoza and Cedric de Joya both had 16 points for the Generals in the losing effort. BOX SCORES ZARK’S BURGER-LPU 112 — Perez 21, Ayaay 15, Nzeusseu 14, Jc. Marcelino 12, Serrano 10, Baltazar 8, Santos 8, Jv. Marcelino 6, Tansingco 6, Marata 4, Liwag 4, Ibañez 2, Cinco 2, Pretta 0. BATANGAS-EAC 75 — E. Mendoza 16, De Joya 16, Tampoc 12, Laude 9, Pate 8, Maguliano 6, Altamirano 5, Diego 3, Garcia 0, Dela Peña 0, Martin 0, J. Mendoza 0, Neri 0. QUARTER SCORES: 19-14, 48-33, 84-47, 112-75......»»

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Injured Nadal out of Australian Open; Cilic into semifinals

By John Pye, Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — An injured and visibly struggling Rafael Nadal has retired while trailing in the fifth set of his Australian Open quarterfinal match against Marin Cilic. Top-ranked Nadal saved five break points in the last game before Cilic broke his serve, then went to shake hands with the umpire and his opponent. No. 6-seeded Cilic advanced with a score of 3-6, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-2, 2-0, retired . Cilic will play a semifinal against No. 49-ranked Kyle Edmund, who earlier beat Grigor Dimitrov in four sets. It was only the second time Nadal had retired during a Grand Slam match — the last time was also an Australian Open quarterfinal, in 2010 against Andy Murray. On Tuesday night, he needed a medical timeout after going down 4-1 in the fourth set, getting treatment on his upper right leg and hip. He returned but was clearly bothered by the injury, limping and trying to stretch between points. Cilic had only previously beaten Nadal once in their six previous matches — in their first match in 2009......»»

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San Beda hunts for sixth straight win, semis spot insurance

Games Wednesday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 9:30 a.m. –- CSB vs. JRU (m) 11:00 a.m. –- CSB vs. JRU (w) 12:30 p.m. –- LPU vs. San Beda (w) 2:00 p.m. –- LPU vs. San Beda (m) 3:30 p.m. –- LPU vs. San Beda (jrs)   Undefeated San Beda College is out to secure at least a playoff for semifinals berth against the struggling Lyceum of the Philippines University in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan on Wednesday.   The Lady Red Spikers are at solo second spot with a 5-0 win-loss record behind the repeat-seeking Arellano University (6-0). A win in their 12:30 p.m. duel will put SBC in a good position to advance in the Final Four and will break the Mendiola-based squad’s best start back in 2013 when the Janine Marciano and Ces Molina-led Lady Red Spikers won five straight to open their season. SBC is coming off a character-building 17-25, 25-15, 25-16, 27-29, 15-12, win against Letran on Monday with Cesca Racraquin and Nieza Viray leading the way. The Lady Red Spikers are heavily favored against the Lady Pirates, who are on a two-game skid with a 1-4 card, but SBC coach Nemesio Gavino is not taking LPU lightly.  “Every game naman nirerespeto namin yung aming mga nakakalaban,” said Gavino of their rivals, which absorbed a straight sets loss to the Lady Chiefs the last time out. Meanwhile, College of St. Benilde and Jose Rizal University clash at 11:00 a.m. The Lady Blazers sport a 3-2 mark tied with San Sebastian College while the Lady Bombers hold a 2-3 slate alongside Letran. Meanwhile, the Blazers (4-1) and Bombers (0-5) collide at 9:30 a.m. while the Pirates (1-4) and Red Spikers (4-1) meet at 2:00 p.m. in men’s action. In the lone juniors match, the Junior Pirates cross paths with the Red Cubs at 3:30 p.m.   ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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Zark’s-LPU avenges opening day loss, destroys EAC by 37 points

MANILA, Philippines – The Zark’s-LPU Jawbreakers didn’t take losing their opening game against the Marinerong Pilipino Skippers lightly, as they followed it up with a 112-75 annihilation of the Batangas EAC Generals in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup, Tuesday, January 23. It was a game of runs for the opening ........»»

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Kia’s Camson, Rain or Shine’s Almazan banned one game for scuffle

MANILA, Philippines – Kia’s Eric Camson, Rain or Shine’s Raymond Almazan and NLEX’s Michael Miranda all drew a game suspension and a combined fine of P70,000.....»»

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Report: Several Cavs challenged Love over absences

NBA.com staff report All is not well in Cleveland. This is not news, especially after the Cavaliers gave up a whopping 148 points in Saturday's (Sunday, PHL time) loss to Oklahoma City. They are 4-10 over their last 14 games, tied for the third-worst mark in the league over that span. The rough stretch has not only dropped Cleveland into a virtual tie for third place in the East, but also created tense questions in the locker room. Some have been dismissed, including the notion that coach Tyronn Lue might be on the hot seat. Kevin Love, however, is reportedly not being so easily forgiven. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the team held an "emotional" meeting before Monday's (Tuesday, PHL time) practice in which several Cavalier players challenged the legitimacy of the illness that forced Love to leave Saturday's (Sunday, PHL time) game early, as well as miss Sunday's (Monday, PHL time) team practice. The Cleveland Cavaliers held an emotional team meeting prior to Monday’s practice, where several players challenged the legitimacy of Kevin Love leaving OKC loss on Saturday ill and missing Sunday’s practice, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 23, 2018 Love played just over three minutes in the contest, going 0-for-2 from the field while failing to make any other statistical impact. The four-time All-Star told reporters after Monday's (Tuesday, PHL time) practice that he felt dizzy during the game, but that he was now feeling better and was planning to play against San Antonio on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). .@kevinlove says he is feeling better and will play tomorrow in SA..says he felt super dizzy Sat vs OKC and had to come out of the game pic.twitter.com/GuwE9yUdeb — Fred McLeod (@CavsFredMcLeod) January 22, 2018 The Cavaliers were counting on Love to step up this season after trading point guard Kyrie Irving to Boston last summer to Boston in exchange for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and a first-round pick. Thomas has only recently resumed playing after recovering from a complicated hip injury. Love's production, however, has seen minimal improvement. Wojnarowski added that there was some sense of closure after Love defended and explained himself on Monday (Tuesday, PHl time), but whether long-term peace had been achieved "remains to be seen." In a locker room increasingly full of finger-pointing, Love defended himself and explained his side to teammates, coaches and management, sources said. At end of meeting, there was a sense with some that team had worked out some issues, but that ultimately remains to be seen. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 23, 2018.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: Sports16 hr. 52 min. ago Related News

Jordan: Hornets will trade Kemba only for an All-Star

NBA.com staff report Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan will listen to offers for point guard Kemba Walker. If the proposed deal does not include an All-Star player in return, however, expect him to hang up the phone. In a report published by The Charlotte Observer, Jordan admits that he "would listen to opportunities" to trade the one-time All-Star, but added that any deal would need to net a player with equal credentials. “It’s not like we are shopping him," Jordan said. "We would not just give him up. I love Kemba Walker. I would not trade him for anything but an All-Star player.” Walker has played his entire six-year career with the Hornets, dating back to when they were formerly known as the Charlotte Bobcats. He had steadily improved multiple aspects of his game until this season. Injuries have derailed the progress of several teammates, forcing Walker to face constant defensive attention that has in turn diminished his production and efficiency. Walker is currently averaging 21.7 points, 5.8 assists and 1.2 steals per contest. Jordan cited Walker's career-long efforts to become an All-Star-caliber player as one of the many reasons he values the 27-year-old. “I certainly haven’t given up on our best player," Jordan said. "He’s done a hell of a job of turning himself into an All-Star.” The Hornets are 19-26 and four games out of the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. Walker is the franchise's only drafted player to become an All-Star since Baron Davis received the honor in 2002. “I’m telling you I believe in my team,” Jordan added. “I’m disappointed in our record and I’m frustrated at times. But I’m telling you I like everything about Kemba’s work. I’m not just going to throw him away.”.....»»

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Wiggins carries Timberwolves to 126-118 win over Clippers

By Beth Harris, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andrew Wiggins scored a season-high 40 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves hung on to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 126-118 on Monday night (Tuesday, PHL time), snapping their four-game road skid. Jeff Teague added 30 points, making 16-of-17 free throws, to help the Wolves win for the seventh time in nine games — and second in a row without Jimmy Butler, sidelined by a sore right knee. Clippers coach Doc Rivers and assistant Mike Woodson were ejected with seven seconds left. The Wolves led by five early in the fourth quarter only to have the game devolve into a back-and-forth affair in which neither team led by more than three until the final 2:44. That's when the Wolves pulled away to a 121-114 lead on a three-pointer by Namanja Bjelica and five straight points by Teague. Blake Griffin had a triple-double with 32 points, 12 rebounds and a career-high 12 assists for the Clippers. But he committed two big turnovers in the closing seconds. With Minnesota leading 121-118, Karl-Anthony Towns' bad pass out of bounds gave the Clippers the ball. But they lost it in a wild scramble on the floor before Griffin regained it only to get called for a double dribble. Griffin turned it over again shortly before Rivers and Woodson were tossed out after the Clippers' bench had been given a technical. Los Angeles was limited to one field goal over the final 2:44, when the Clippers made all four free throws. Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams led another strong performance by the Clippers' bench, chipping in with 23 and 20 points, respectively. Towns finished with 11 points — well below his 20.2 average — and 17 rebounds. Milos Teodosic tied it at 111 on a three-pointer off a pass by Griffin, who got fouled on the next possession and made one of two free throws. Led by Griffin's 12 points, the Clippers erased a 10-point deficit in the third, tying it late on a three-pointer by Wesley Johnson before Wiggins' basket sent the Wolves into the fourth leading 92-90. TIP-INS Timberwolves: Improved to 3-0 against the Clippers this season. ... G Jamal Crawford sat out with a sprained left big toe in his second game at Staples Center since leaving the Clippers as a free agent last summer. He played all 82 games last season. "It's still sore, but it's improving," he said. "I'm hopeful every day." Clippers: C DeAndre Jordan missed his fifth straight game with a sprained left ankle, but could return soon. His next game will tie Randy Smith (715) for the most in franchise history. ... G Austin Rivers (right ankle) sat out his 10th straight game and could be two weeks from returning. ... F Danilo Gallinari (left glute) is close to coming back. ... G Jawun Evans missed the game with a sore abdominal muscle. UP NEXT Timberwolves: Visit the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time) in the middle of their three-game western swing. Clippers: Host Boston on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time), reuniting Doc Rivers with the team he guided to the 2008 NBA title......»»

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Almazan, Camson, and Miranda suspended by the PBA

NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao and San Miguel point guard Chris Ross escaped suspensions but these players sure didn't. For figuring in a fight and sparking a near free-for-all, Rain or Shine's Raymond Almazan and Kia's Eric Camson have been suspended by the PBA Tuesday. Both players will have to sit out one game after coming to blows near the end of the first half of the Rain or Shine-Kia game last Saturday, Jan. 20. On top of the suspension, Almazan will have to pay P20,000 for a flagrant foul penalty 2 while Camson will be penalized P30,000 also for a flagrant foul penalty 2 and for actually instigating the fight. Another player suspended one game is Mike Miranda of NLEX for a flagrant fould penalty on Chris Ross. Miranda, kicked Ross in the groin in the fourth quarter of the SMB-NLEX game last Jan. 19. He will also receive a P20,000 fine from the league. Fines and Suspensions: 1. Raymond Almazan suspended 1 game, fined 20k for FFP2-fistfight. 2. Eric Camson suspended 1 game, fined 30k for FFP2-instigating fist fight. 3. Mike Miranda suspended 1 game, fined 20k for FFP2 on Ross.#WeArePBA pic.twitter.com/9UoOhiYXZJ — PBA (@pbaconnect) January 23, 2018   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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Kerber bucks Taiwanese baffling game, gains quarters

MELBOURNE – Angelique Kerber remains the only Grand Slam singles winner in the Australian Open women’s draw after surviving a frustrating fourth-round match......»»

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Wesley So draws Vladimir Kramnik, stay in race

MANILA, Philippines — Wesley So held former world champion Vladimir Kramnik Russia in 28 moves of a Queen’s Pawn Game to stay in the hunt after eight rounds.....»»

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Guiao fined; players next

Fiery NLEX coach Yeng Guiao was fined P11,000 by Philippine Basketball Association officer-in-charge Willie Marcial for an obscene gesture but was cleared by the league on allegations of San Miguel Beer point guard Chris Ross that he uttered a racist remark in their Philippine Cup game on Friday night. But that will be peanuts compared to the fines and sanctions that Marcial will levy on three players, whom he summoned to appear early afternoon on Tuesday. Raymond Almazan of Rain or Shine and Eric Camson of Kia Picanto, who exchanged elbows and punches in an upset Kia victory last week, are likely to be slapped at least one-game suspensions, apart from being meted out fines tha...Keep on reading: Guiao fined; players next.....»»

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SJ Belangel joins Ateneo teammate Kai Sotto in top three of NBTC 24

Ateneo de Manila High School's towering teen Kai Sotto and La Salle Greenhills' court general Joel Cagulangan remained the top two high school players in the NBTC Chooks-to-Go 24, but there was a lot of movement this week, including the rise of SJ Belangel. The NBTC Chooks-to-Go 24 is a weekly ranking of high school players taking part in the UAAP, CESAFI-NBTC, MMBL, and FCAAF tournaments as well as the recently concluded NCAA competition. Belangel, the Blue Eaglets' graduating floor leader had a sensational week, helping steer his squad to an unblemished 10-0 record. With his exploits, he was the consensus third-ranked player of the week, leapfrogging NCAA MVP Will Gozum of Mapua University. Far Eastern University-Diliman do-it-all guard L-Jay Gonzales and Katipunan swingman Dave Ildefonso also moved up the ladder while University of Sto. Tomas ace CJ Cansino dropped to eighth after finishing fourth last week. Besides movement at the top, there were also a lot of debutatants in this week's list. Ateneo double-double machine Joaqui Manuel's workhorse type of game paid off as he was ranked 21st this week. After firing 51 markers last weekend, Bacolod Tay Tung High School's Harold Alarcon was named as the 22nd top prospect. Joshua Yerro of University of Visayas then rounded out the list. NBTC Chooks-to-Go 24 End of Week 2 1. Kai Sotto, Ateneo Last wk rank: 1 2. Joel Cagulangan, CSB-LSGH Last wk rank: 2 3. SJ Belangel, Ateneo Last wk rank: 5 4. Will Gozum, Mapua Last wk rank: 3 5. L-Jay Gonzales, FEU-Diliman Last wk rank: 6 6. Dave Ildefonso, Ateneo Last wk rank: 8 7. Rhayann Amsali, NU Last wk rank: 7 8. CJ Cansino, UST Last wk rank: 4 9. Clint Escamis, Mapua Last wk rank: 9 10. Aaron Fermin, Arellano Last wk rank: 9 11. Terrence Fortea, NU Last wk rank: 16 12. RJ Abarientos, FEU-Diliman Last wk rank: 15 13. Inand Fornilos, CSB-LSGH Last wk rank: 11 14. Evan Nelle, San Beda Last wk rank: 12 15. Warren Bonifacio, Mapua Last wk rank: 13 16. John Galinato, CKSC Last wk rank: 14 17. Mac Guadana, LPU Last wk rank: 18 18. Raven Cortez, DLSZ Last wk rank: 19 19. Harvey Pagsanjan, Hope Christian Last wk rank: 20 20. Maui Cruz, EAC Last wk rank: 23 21. Joaqui Manuel, Ateneo Last wk rank: N/A 22. Harold Alarcon, Bacolod Tay Tung Last wk rank: N/A 23. Jancork Cabahug, UV Last wk rank: 17 24. Joshua Yerro, UV Last wk rank: N/A The Juniors stars were ranked using the following criteria: league stats, impact in team, team record, leadership, defense, offense, and level of competition. These rankings will be used to determine the 24 players who will take part in the annual SM-NBTC High School All-Star Game on March at the MOA Arena......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 22nd, 2018Related News

Chot drops Calvin Abueva and Raymond Almazan from Gilas pool

In the latest development surrounding Gilas Pilipinas, head coach Chot Reyes has decided to drop Calvin Abueva and Raymond Almazan from the national team pool. At least for the second window of the opening round of the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers against Australia on Feb. 22 and against Japan on Feb. 25. "We're dropping Abueva and Almazan for the second window, they haven't showed up," Reyes said after Gilas practice Monday at the Meralco Gym. "It's simply a matter of disinterest. I guess they're not interested so we have to move on, we can't wait for those guys," he added. To start 2018, Gilas Pilipinas has been holding once-a-week practice every Monday. The national team already has three sessions under its belt and Abueva and Almazan are yet to report for duty. "I don't know if anyone told them but right now we made that announcement today. It's been communicated with the team and the reason it's not been communicated with them is because they're not here," Reyes said. "How can we communicate with them if they're not here?" he added. Reyes, who missed practice last week, got to training Monday. He went straight to Ortigas from the airport following a recent trip to Australia. Th outspoken head coach also said that players have no reason to miss Monday practice since it's very light in the first place. "The key for the Mondays only practice, kita niyo naman it's very light, so the guys who have a game in the D-League tomorrow or had a game in the PBA last night have absolutely no reason not to be here," Reyes said. "The only reason they're not here is because they don't want to be here. It's just a question of dedication and desire. Kung gusto mo maraming paraan, pag ayaw mo maraming dahilan di ba?" he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 22nd, 2018Related News

Arellano U out to secure at least a semis spot playoff

Games Tuesday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 9:30 a.m. – SSC-R vs. Mapua (m) 11:00 a.m. –- SSC-R vs. Mapua (w) 12:30 p.m. –- Arellano U vs. Perpetual (w) 2:00 p.m. –- Arellano U vs. Perpetual (m) 3:30 p.m. –- Arellano U vs. Perpetual (jrs)   Defending champion Arellano University shoots to secure at least a semifinals spot playoff in a showdown with University of Perpetual Help Tuesday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Game time is at 12:30 p.m. The Lady Chiefs are unbeaten in five games and share the hold of the lead with San Beda College. The Obet Javier-mentored squad is on a 17-game winning roll since last season. Behind the troika of Jovielyn Prado, Regine Arocha and rookie Necole Ebuen, Arellano U made short work of Lyceum of the Philippines University, 25-16, 25-17, 25-11, last Sunday. But the Lady Chiefs are expected to have a tougher time against the Lady Altas, who are looking for their fourth straight win. The Las Pinas-based squad is currently at solo third spot with a 4-1 win-loss slate. After absorbing a straight sets defeat at the hands of San Beda College, Perpetual crushed their next three opponents including a 25-21, 22-25, 25-14, 25-21, demolition of Jose Rizal University last Sunday.  Meanwhile, San Sebastian College seeks to score its second straight win and improve its 2-2 slate  The Lady Stags are favored to win against the Lady Cardinals, who are winless in four outings. Mapua absorbed a 23-25, 14-25, 25-22, 15-25, defeat at the hands of the Lady Red Spikers last Friday. The Lady Cardinals are now on a 13-game losing slump. In men’s play, Perpetual and Arellano U put their unblemished record and hold of the lead on the line in their 2:00 p.m. tussle with the winner securing at least a semifinals berth playoff. The Altas and Chiefs share the lead with 5-0 cards. The Stags (1-3) and Cardinals (2-2) clash in the curtain-raiser at 9:30 a.m. In the lone juniors match, the Junior Altas eye to bounce back from a straight sets setback the last time out against Emilio Aguinaldo College in their 3:30 p.m. match with the Braves. Perpetual sports a 3-1 card while Arellano only has one win in three outings.   ---     Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles    .....»»

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'KiaNamanPalaManalo

THE date: May 21, 2017. The place: Mall of Asia Arena. Kia Mahindra pulled off a thrilling 122-121 double overtime win over Phoenix Petroleum, in the PBA Commissioner's Cup. It was the last time Kia won a game in Asia’s first play-for-pay league and the losses that followed ended up….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsJan 22nd, 2018Related News

10 teams vying in MPBL

Game Thursday: (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 7 p.m--Opening ceremonies 9 p.m-- Parañaque vsCaloocan THERE are 10 teams competing in the fledging Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League which set to tip off on Thursday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Similar to the defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association, the MPBL is an amateur league that….....»»

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Revellers gain

Game today: (Pasig Sports Center) 2 p.m. – Wang's vs AMA 4 p.m. – Zark's vs Batangas CHE’LU Bar and Grill-San Sebastian spoiled coach Frankie Lim's debut with University of Perpetual Help System Dalta with a 83-70 conquest in the PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup at the Pasig Sports Center yesterday.….....»»

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