AP source: Giants nearing deal with Pats Judge to be coach

By Tom Canavan, Associated Press EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The New York Giants and New England Patriots assistant Joe Judge are working on a deal for him to become the team's head coach, a surprising move for the four-time Super Bowl-winning franchise that tumbled to the bottom of the NFL in recent years, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the deal is not done. Mentored by Bill Belichick and Nick Saban in a 15-year career, Judge would become a head coach for the first time. At 38, he would be one of the youngest NFL coaches. Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams currently is the youngest at 33. Judge has won three Super Bowls with New England in eight years as an assistant on Belichick's staff. He was the fifth candidate the Giants interviewed since firing Pat Shurmur on Dec. 30. Among those, Mike McCarthy agreed Monday to become the Dallas Cowboys' new coach. Another candidate, Matt Rhule, who was supposed to interview with New York on Tuesday, is instead headed to the Carolina Panthers, according to people familiar with those situations. The third new coach tabbed for the NFC East in a week — Ron Rivera was hired by the Washington Redskins on Wednesday — Judge would take over a team that went 4-12 and 5-11 in Shurmur's two seasons and has been to the playoffs just once since winning the Super Bowl after the 2011 season. He would be the Giants' fourth head coach since Tom Coughlin was let go after the 2015 season. Ben McAdoo, hired in 2016, didn't last two seasons. Steve Spagnuolo, currently Kansas City's defensive coordinator, served as interim coach after McAdoo was fired in '17. Judge, the Patriots' special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach, would inherit a team with a talented young quarterback in Daniel Jones and former rookie of the year running back Saquon Barkley. The Giants have the fourth pick in this year's draft and approximately $85 million in salary-cap money to spend. The Patriots lost to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night in the wild-card round. Judge joined the Patriots as a special teams assistant in 2012 and helped guide them to Super Bowls titles in the 2014, ’16 and ’18 seasons. Before joining New England, he spent three years in the same role under Saban at Alabama. He won titles with the Crimson Tide in 2009 and '11. He also coached at Mississippi State and Birmingham-Southern. With Judge as special teams coordinator since 2015, New England consistently ranked as one of the NFL's top units. He added receivers to his responsibilities in 2019. He coached kicker Stephen Gostkowski to the All-Pro team in 2015 and special teams captain Matt Slater to the same honors in 2016 and this season. Belichick called Judge "an excellent coach" and said he excelled in his added duties this season. "Joe’s done a great job. He’s done a great job with the kicking game," Belichick said. “He’s expanded the role a little bit and that’s kind of had a little bit of a ripple effect in the way we’ve organized the kicking game, but that’s all worked out pretty efficiently. Joe’s done a good job of organizing that, as well as taking care on some other things with the offense and particularly receivers.” Judge met with Giants co-owner John Mara, general manager Dave Gettleman and vice president of football operations Kevin Abrams at the team's New Jersey headquarters on Monday. The Giants had been expected to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels this week along with Baylor's Rhule. But Rhule did not interview with them, the person said. New York also had been given permission by Dallas to speak with former Cowboys coach Jason Garrett about the head coaching job. An interview was planned later this week, the person said. Garrett's contract with the Cowboys does not expire until next week. There have been reports the Giants are considering Garrett for a job as a coordinator or quarterbacks coach, but the person said the new coach will determine his staff. Others interviewed were Kris Richard, the Dallas defensive assistant coach and former Seattle defensive coordinator; Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy; and Ravens defensive coordinator Don Martindale. ___ AP Sports Writers Schuyler Dixon in Frisco, Texas; Steve Reed in Charlotte, N.C.; and Kyle Hightower in Foxborough, Mass., contributed to this report......»»

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Fajardo, McDaniels pinapaboran

Heto na nga at 2020 na, ilang araw nalang ay simula na ang 44th Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) 2019-2020 Governors’ Cup best of seven Finals sa Martes, Hunyo 7 sa Smart Araneta Coliseum sa Quezon City......»»

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KJ eyes NBA comeback

TNT import K. J. McDaniels heads for home in Alabama today after a PBA tour of duty that the former Clemson University star described as a pathway to get back to the NBA where he played for Philadelphia, Houston and Brooklyn over three seasons......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsDec 28th, 2019Related News

PBA: Bolts surge past TNT in Game 5 to set Finals trilogy with Ginebra

ANTIPOLO — Huge power boost for Meralco. The Bolts are back in the PBA Governors’ Cup Finals after surging past TNT in a do-or-die Game 5 Monday at the Ynares Center here, scoring a huge 89-78 victory. Down 1-2, Meralco still ended up winning the series, 3-2, to challenge Ginebra for a third time in four seasons for the Governors’ Cup championship. Meralco got big games from Allen Durham, Chris Newsome, and rookie Bong Quinto in the victory. Durham led the Bolts with 28 points, 10 rebounds, and eight assists. Newsome added 23 points and rookie Bong Quinto recorded a career-high of 19 points for the win. Down at the half, Meralco started to clamp down on defense, making scoring ultra-tough for the usually high-powered KaTropa. The Bolts then got a spark from Quinto, who had a personal 8-1 run to start the fourth that created the true separation of both teams. TNT's season ends without a title once again and the KaTropa certainly picked a bad time to struggle on offense, shooting just 34 percent as a team. KJ McDaniels led TNT with 30 points and 13 rebounds in the loss.   The Scores: MERALCO 89 -- Durham 28, Newsome 23, Quinto 19, Maliksi 11, Hodge 3, Caram 3, Amer 2, Almazan 0, Pinto 0, Faundo 0, Jackson 0, Jamito 0, Jose 0, Salva 0. TNT 78 -- McDaniels 30, Parks 15, Castro 11, Rosario 10, Pogoy 10, Semerad 2, Reyes 0, Washington 0, De Leon 0, Vosotros 0. Quarters: 22-23, 37-42, 66-61, 89-78. — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Meralco drags TNT into do-or-die after big Game 4 win

ANTIPOLO — The all-MVP derby will drag on to the bitter end. Meralco has tied its 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals against TNT, taking a must-win Game 4 Saturday at the Ynares Center here, 95-83. The Bolts have pushed this series into a deciding Game 5, which will be played Monday at the same venue. Winner moves on to battle Ginebra for the title. Two-time Best Import Allen Durham simply didn’t want his season to end, pouring 36 points and 13 rebounds to lead Meralco in the big win. Five locals scored at least seven points for the Bolts led by Baser Amer’s 12 points. The Bolts actually trailed by as many as 14 points early after the KaTropa unloaded a quick 15-0 blast in the opening period. But Meralco settled down and was in control from the second quarter onwards, eventually taking a 12-point lead late which became its final winning margin. All five starters were in double figures for the KaTropa with KJ McDaniels leading the way with 26 points. However, after the hot start, TNT just couldn't keep up with Meralco.   The Scores: Meralco 95 - Durham 36, Amer 12, Newsome 10, Almazan 8, Maliksi 8, Quinto 7, Faundo 4, Hodge 4, Pinto 4, Caram 2, Jose 0, Jamito 0. TNT 83 - McDaniels 26, Rosario 15, Castro 14, Parks 11, Pogoy 11, Reyes 3, De Leon 2, Semerad 1, Digregorio 0, Williams 0, Vosotros 0. Quarters: 18-24, 51-45, 73-68, 95-83.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: TNT takes 2-1 lead after Meralco blows Game 3 away

One more win for TNT to make another Finals this season. The KaTropa survived Meralco Thursday at the Big Dome, pulling off a tough 101-97 victory in Game 3 of the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals. In easily the best game of these semis, TNT got some clutch hits from Jayson Castro and KJ McDaniels to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-5. Down one, Castro hit a jumper to put the KaTropa up, 98-97, with 1:35 to go. McDaniels then followed that up with a putback under heavy duress for a three-point lead with 37 seconds remaining. Meralco had several chances to tie but Allein Maliksi missed a wide open look from the top of the key in the final 25 seconds. The Bolts were bailed out after two missed TNT free throws but a head-scratching play doomed their chances. Still down three and no timeouts left, the Bolts wer trying to run a play but Allen Durham got a turnover after passing to Cliff Hodge on the Meralco bench. Hodge was not even active but he was standing too close to the court with his hands up. Durham passed thinking he was an open man. All five starters scored in double figures for TNT led by 25 from Troy Rosario. Jayson Castro had 17 points, 10 assists, and four steals in the win. Despite a rough shooting night that saw him only score two points at the break, KJ McDaniels still managed 18 points and 14 rebounds. He scored 10 in the fourth. Allen Durham had 32 points, 19 rebounds, and seven assists but it wasn't enough to carry the Bolts to back-to-back victories. Chris Newsome was Meralco's top local with 20 points. Game 4 will be on Saturday at the Ynares Center in Antipolo with the KaTropa going for the kill.   The Scores: TNT 101 - Rosario 25, McDaniels 18, Castro 17, Pogoy 15, Parks 12, Reyes 9, De Leon 5, Digregorio 0, Williams 0, Vosotros 0. Meralco 97 - Durham 32, Newsome 20, Amer 19, Quinto 8, Pinto 5, Caram 4, Almazan 4, Hodge 3, Maliksi 2, Faundo 0. Quarterscores: 23-29, 42-51, 77-71, 101-97.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 19th, 2019Related News

PBA: McDaniels has his locals to thank in big Game 3 win for TNT

KJ McDaniels wasn’t exactly having the best of outings Thursday as TNT battled Meralco for a crucial Game 3 in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals. After scoring 51 points but losing by 20 in Game 2, McDaniels couldn’t buy a bucket against the Bolts. Worse, TNT was losing too, trailing by as many as 13 in the first half. McDaniels only had two points at the break and only eight through three quarters. However, his teammates picked things up, with the KaTropa locals taking over for a 35-point third quarter allowing TNT to take the lead. Come the fourth, it was McDaniels’ turn to take over, scoring 10 points, including a clutch putback with 37 seconds to go as the KaTropa took a close 101-97 win for a 2-1 series lead. “They did a great job. That’s what a team is for. The team has your back, when you’re struggling or having bad nights, which was the case for me tonight,” McDaniels said. “I just had to step up on defense, make sure my teammates are involved so they have confidence as well,” he added. One win away from the Finals, KJ is stressing the fact that TNT should keep its focus. The Bolts will simply not hand a Finals appearance to the KaTropa after all. “We have to stay locked in, can’t celebrate because they’re not a team we can just sit back and just play with. They’re a great team and they’ve shown that,” McDaniels said. “They’ve challenged us every game. We have to come out here with the right mentality again, stay focused, and play defense,” he added.   — Followt his writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Castro, TNT locals show up in time to offset import’s struggles

Even after losing Game 2 by 20 points, Game 3 actually started to look worse for TNT in the 2019 PBA Governors’s Cup. The Bolts have opened up a double-digit lead on the KaTropa and TNT import KJ McDaniels couldn’t buy a bucket after a 51-point performance just two days later. TNT had to rely on its locals to stay in the game and the KaTropa delivered, anchoring a 35-point third quarter to turn the tables on Meralco. “Yun yung sabi ni coach na kailangan namin ipakita kay KJ na even na masama yung laro niya, nandoon pa rin kami sa ball game,” lead guard Jayson Castro said. “Kasi once na na-frustrate din kami, ganoon din yung mangyayari parang noong Game 2,” he added. True enough, TNT got big games from its locals led by 25 points from Troy Rosario and 17 points and 10 assists from Castro. Despite struggling all game long, McDaniels still managed 18 points, 10 in the fourth. But for TNT to finally move on to the next round, the KaTropa will need more from McDaniels. Think numbers that a leading Best Import candidate would put up. However, that doesn’t mean that TNT will just want to put the load all on McDaniels to shoulder. “Team talaga. Kasi once na umasa kami sa import namin, walang mangyayari. Sobrang ganda noong nilaro ng mga locals and at the same time, nadadala namin yung import namin,” Castro said. “Sana maganda rin yung game ng import namin going into the next game. Sana yung mga outside shots niya pumasok na ulit,” the Blur addded.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: I don t know what happened -- Durham on costly error

Down three against TNT in the waning seconds of the payoff period in Game 3 of the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals, Allen Durham had good intention of passing the ball to an open teammate on the right wing. Unfortunately for the Meralco import, he tried to dish the ball to a Bolts player that wasn’t even in the game. Durham committed a costly turnover when he passed the ball to Cliff Hodge who was standing near then sideline – with his hands up and his towel draped on his neck - in front of their bench that put the Bolts on a the brink of elimination as the KaTropa walked away with a 101-97 win for a 2-1 best-of-five series lead.   “I had the ball and I just saw a white jersey from my peripheral. Cliff was over there with his hands up, I don't know what happened, but I just saw it so I tried to swing the ball but he wasn't in the playing court. That's what happened,” said Durham, who had 32 points and 19 rebounds with five turnovers. Meralco, which squandered a 13-point lead in the first half, went down, 100-97, with 37 seconds on a putback by KJ McDaniels. After an empty trip on their possession, the Bolts got a golden opportunity to tie the game after TNT guard Roger Pogoy missed both his charities. Then the big booboo happened with just 11.3 ticks left.         Hodge admitted that that turnover was on him. “Well, it’s about 10 seconds left I was hoping someone’s gonna pull a shot. I was hoping we would’ve made a shot to put it on overtime. AD saw my jersey and he thought I was on the court,” he said. “So it was my fault.” But Durham doesn’t want to dwell on that certain play, he thought that it didn’t have to go down to that if they just played better.    “It was unfortunate, a crucial time of the game but it didn't come down to just one play,” said Durham. “Even though we could've tied it or something if we made a shot, we gotta be better before it gets down to a play like that.” Meralco will try to force a series decider on Saturday at the Ynares Sports Center in Antipolo.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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PBA: Bolts equalize in blowout win

Meralco never lifted its foot from the gas pedal as the Bolts tied the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup best-of-five semifinals to 1-1  after an emphatic, 114-94, win over TNT in Game 2 on Tuesday at the Big Dome. Allen Durham dropped a triple-double of 44 points, 19 rebounds and 11 assists to lead the Bolts. He shot 15-of-26 from the field and missed only one of his 11 foul shots for an explosive outing as Meralco spoiled KJ McDaniels' 51-point outing.    A big 16-0 run was all that Meralco needed to turn 2-3 deficit into a huge cushion to cruise to an easy victory. “We displayed much better effort tonight, right from the start of the game. We had more focus, more energy. We played a lot more physical than we did in Game One, and we executed well on offense, particularly in the first half,” said Meralco coach Norman Black. “Those are the things that we have to do to beat TNT because they're a tough team and they're very difficult to beat,” he added. “It's not over, it's only the second game, but we needed to win this game to tie the series up because we knew if we went down 2-0, it would be very tough to come back from that.” The Bolts, who bowed down, 94-103, in the series opener Sunday, built a 60-25 separation with 1:27 left in in the second period off a pair of charities by Raymond Almazan.   The pivotal Game 3 is on Thursday. McDaniels was the lone bright spot for KaTropa, who had a quiet night from veteran Jason Castro and Troy Rosario. Castro had seven points while Rosario got nine points before fouling out midway in the payoff period. Ray Parks got 12 points and eight rebounds.   Box scores: Meralco (114) -- Durham 44, Amer 20, Quinto 12, Newsome 11, Almazan 9, Maliksi 8, Caram 4, Faundo 3, Hugnatan 3, Jackson 0, Hodge 0, Salva 0, Pinto 0. TNT (94) -- McDaniels 51, Parks 12, Rosario 9, Castro 7, Digregorio 6, Vosotros 5, Semerad 2, Williams 2, Pogoy 0, De Leon 0, Reyes 0, Taha 0. Quarters: 35-16, 63-29, 89-66, 114-94.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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PBA: KaTropa out to grab 2-0 lead against Meralco

TNT is not messing around with its playoff mode. The KaTropa’s recipe for a possible title in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup is pretty simple: have your super import dominate and surround him with all-around production from your all-star locals. Following a Game 1 win, TNT looks to make it two in a row against sister team Meralco in the semifinals. All starters scored in double figures for the KaTropa in their series-opening win Sunday, led by import KJ McDaniels with 38 points. TNT has proven it can get streaky all season and the Bolts are certainly in a must-win for Game 2 Tuesday night back at the Big Dome. For Meralco however, the Bolts need to quickly power up and knock off that rust to make this a series. Tip off for Game 2 will be at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday live from the Big Dome.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Confidence pulls through as McDaniels, TNT make semis

It sure looked like Magnolia had TNT’s number. After dominating the KaTropa for a win just a week prior, the Hotshots had TNT on the ropes in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup quarterfinals Monday. Magnolia was up 18 in the second half and the defending champs were on their way to force a knockout game for the semifinals. However, the KaTropa mounted a huge rally and thanks to multiple clutch hits from Jayson Castro, Troy Rosario, Ray Parks, and import KJ McDaniels, TNT was able to push through and eliminate Magnolia in a thriller. “They had our confidence shook for a minute,” said McDaniels. “But you know, we just have to stay together throughout the ups and downs and that’s what we did,” he added. After a late slump where they lost three straight games, the KaTropa have now won back-to-back close games against San Miguel Beer and Magnolia to barge into the next round. It appears TNT's confidence that allowed the team to zoom to a 7-0 start is back. “We have confidence in each other,” McDaniels said. “We have to continue having that in each other throughout the rest of the games, just staying positive throughout the wins and losses. When we have breakdowns, we just have to bounce back. That’s what we did,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsNov 26th, 2019Related News

PBA: Parks makes late free throws and TNT ends Magnolia’s title reign in thriller

Bobby Ray Parks Jr. just proved himself at TNT. Parks Jr. hit two clutch free throws with seven seconds to go and TNT completed a wild 98-97 comeback win to eliminate champion Magnolia in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup quarterfinals Monday at the Big Dome. After Romeo Travis split his own free throws to put the Hotshots up one, Parks got the ball off of Jayson Castro’s miss and ended up with a perfect trip to the stripe for a 98-97 TNT lead. With no more timeouts, Magnolia had to rush the length of the courth only to see KJ McDaniels block Travis. With 1.1 seconds to go, the Hotshots failed to convert allowing the KaTropa escape despite being down by as many as 18 points in the second half. TNT was still down by 13 with less than five minutes left when Jayson Castro sparked a KaTropa run, scoring seven of the team's next 10 points. But the play of the game goes to McDaniels and Troy Rosario. Down three in the final minute, Troy blocked Ian Sangalang to force a 24-second violation for Magnolia. In TNT's offensive set, McDaniels missed a good look drom deep but he tracked his own miss before finding Rosario for an open three from the corner which tied the game at 96-all. In second game back from injury, Castro led the KaTropa with 30 points and seven assists. McDaniels added 25 points and 17 rebounds. Rosario scored 12 points while Parks Jr. ended up with seven points and eight rebounds. The Hotshots got a monster effort from Travis, who finished with 32 points and 26 rebounds but that final miss from the line proved costly. Rome dela Rosa was the top local scorer for Magnolia wirh 13 points.   The Scores: TNT 98 - Castro 30, McDaniels 25, Rosario 12, Reyes 10, Pogoy 8, Parks 7, Digregorio 6, Williams 0. Magnolia 97 - Travis 32, Dela Rosa 13, Jalalon 12, Lee 11, Barroca 9, Banchero 8, Sangalang 7, Pingris 4, Melton 1, Reavis 0. Quarters: 22-26, 48-54, 68-80, 98-97.     — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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TNT dethrones Magnolia behind McDaniels, Parks heroics

MANILA, Philippines – There will be a new champion in the 2019 PBA Governors' Cup after TNT dethroned reigning titleholder Magnolia with a 98-97 comeback win at the Araneta Coliseum on Monday, November 25. Ray Parks hit crucial free throws and import KJ McDaniels came up with the biggest defensive ........»»

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McDaniels, TNT seal playoff bonus with thrilling win vs San Miguel

ANTIPOLO CITY, Philippines – TNT turned to import KJ McDaniels to eke out a 114-109 win over San Miguel and clinch the playoff bonus in the 2019 PBA Governors' Cup at the Ynares Center on Wednesday, November 20. McDaniels came up with several clutch plays on both ends as the ........»»

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KaTropa gain quarters advantage; Aces enter playoffs

With KJ McDaniels delivering big time, Troy Rosario catching fire and Jayson Castro back from injury, the TNT KaTropa rediscovered their old deadly selves and edged troubled San Miguel, 114-109, to punch a quarterfinal advantage in the PBA Governors’ Cup last night at Ynares Center here......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsNov 21st, 2019Related News

PBA: Perfect TNT takes on no. 2 NLEX in Governors’ Cup

The top-2 teams of the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup will go head-to-head Friday in what should be an explosive showdown. TNT leads the league so far, as the KaTropa picked up where they left off from the Commissioner’s Cup by still being a juggernaut. KJ McDaniels should be one of the main candidates for Best Import and TNT is closing in a playoff bonus with a clean 7-0 mark. The KaTropa go for an an 8th straight win as they take on sister team NLEX in the main 7:00 p.m. game at the Big Dome. At 5-1, the Road Warriors are holding on to second place and they’ve added Manny Harris for more firepower. In the first game at 4:30 p.m., Phoenix (2-5) looks to turn its campaign around as it debuts Alonzo Gee as import. The Fuel Masters will take on the reeling Columbian Dyip (3-4).   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsOct 24th, 2019Related News

McDaniels tinalo ang Alaska sa OT

Manila, Philippines – Hindi pinalagpas ng TNT ang kanilang pagkapanalo kontra Alaska sa overtime period sa PBA Governors’ Cup sa score na 99-93 na ginanap sa Ynares Center, Antipolo Biyernes ng gabi. Mas pinalakas ng TNT ang kanilang pwersa ng makawalong puntos si import KJ McDaniels para sa overtime na nagpanalo sa kanila. Sa pagtatapos, […] The post McDaniels tinalo ang Alaska sa OT appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsOct 19th, 2019Related News

McDaniels delivers in endgame as perfect TNT escapes Alaska in OT

ANTIPOLO CITY, Philippines – TNT kepts its record unblemished in the 2019 PBA Governors' Cup after surviving Alaska in an enthralling 99-93 overtime win at the Ynares Center on Friday, October 18. Import KJ McDaniels churned out 37 points, 13 rebounds, 6 blocks, 5 assists, 3 steals, and delivered the ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 19th, 2019Related News

Fired up by accidental hit, McDaniels keeps TNT spotless

ANTIPOLO CITY, Philippines – KJ McDaniels was a man on a mission as TNT avoided the upset axe from Alaska to stay unbeaten in the PBA Governors' Cup. The former NBA player chalked up 37 points, 13 rebounds, 6 blocks, 5 assists, and 3 steals in the 99-93 victory ........»»

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