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TNT thrashes BW sans import

TNT KaTropa relied on a well-balanced game to crush Blackwater, 120-101, without an import, gaining a share of the lead in the Philippine Basketball Association Season 43 Commissioner’s Cup on Friday at the Araneta Coliseum. The KaTropa played without an import as they search for replacement for the ineffective Jeremy Tyler who delivered an inferior [...] The post TNT thrashes BW sans import appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes ManilatimesCategory: May 18th, 2018Related News

TNT dumps Tyler, plays all-Filipino vs Elite

TNT KaTropa has decided to terminate the services of import Jeremy Tyler and play with an all-Filipino crew versus Blackwater in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup tonight at the Smart Araneta Coliseum......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMay 17th, 2018Related News

PBA: Jeremy Tyler out as TNT import

The import shuffling in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup continues. TNT is the latest to make a move as the KaTropa have moved on from Jeremy Tyler. Agent Sheryl Reyes confirmed the development early Thursday, saying the Tyler's outing against Alaska last May 13 was his last game for TNT. Unfortunately with the turn out of events TNT will replace Jeremy Tyler .. that was his last game .. thanks Jeremy we wish you all the best 🙏 — Sheryl Sanchez Reyes (@FemaleAgentSR) May 16, 2018 Despite the KaTropa being 3-1, Tyler has struggled offensively for TNT so far, including posting only two points in a win vs. Brgy. Ginebra. The KaTropa have a game Friday against Blackwater although the team's reinforcement against the Elite has not been confirmed. Import Joshua Smith, who had TNT in the Finals last season, is reportedly still under contract in Japan.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 17th, 2018Related News

Racela remains upbeat despite TNT’s first loss

ANTIPOLO --- Nash Racela admits that TNT is still in the process of feeling each other out. That's why despite the 100-110 defeat to Alaska on Sunday, the soft-spoken mentor is hardly concerned with how his wards are faring so far this 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup. "I think at this point, we should be happy that with the way that we're playing, we still got three wins out of the four," he said. Infusing new guys in his roster bannered by new acquisitions Terrence Romeo, Jericho Cruz, and Don Trollano, on top of import Jeremy Tyler, Racela expects that there will certainly be more or less an adjustment period that the KaTropa needs to undergo. But that isn't just limited to...Keep on reading: Racela remains upbeat despite TNT’s first loss.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 13th, 2018Related News

Apologetic Katy clears air with old friend Taylor

Katy Perry (left) and Taylor Swift Katy Perry has extended an olive branch--literally--to Taylor Swift, presumably putting an end to the pop stars' years-long rift. Backstage, at the opening n.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsMay 13th, 2018Related News

PBA: Aces stop TNT for third straight win

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal --- Alaska's winning streak continues at the expense of TNT. The Aces rolled to their third straight victory in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, stopping the KaTropa, 110-100, Sunday at the Ynares Center here. Alaska improved to 3-1 in the standings, tied with TNT at the top. "I didn't expect that," head coach Alex Compton said as the Aces led by as many as 25 points in the fourth period, 92-67. "I got a little scared at the end but I was very happy with our defensive energy," he added. Vic Manuel's mid-season tear continues, leading Alaska with 29 points and 12 rebounds. This is the second time in three games that the Manuel has set a new PBA career high in points. He scored 27 against Blackwater and 26 vs. Columbian. Import Antonio Campbell was also impressive, finishing with 23 points and 20 rebounds for the Aces. Against one of the league's best offenses, Alaska actually matched TNT on offense, firing 34 points right in the opening period with Campbell leading the way. The Aces then pulled away for good in the second quarter and mostly just the KaTropa at bay in the second half. Five players scored in double figures for TNT with Jayson Castro leading the crew with 18 points and six assists. Terrence Romeo was right behind with 17 markers and eight dimes. Import Jeremy Tyler added 16 points but only three came in the second half. The Scores:   ALASKA 110 — Manuel 29, Campbell 23, Casio 10, Abueva 9, Banchero 8, Racal 8, Enciso 7, Magat 7, Thoss 5, Teng 4, Baclao 0, Exciminiano 0, Potts 0. TNT 100 — Castro 18, Romeo 17, Tyler 16, Rosario 15, Cruz 10, Pogoy 9, Semerad 5, Trollano 5, Reyes 3, Paredes 2, Carey 0, Garcia 0, Golla 0, Saitanan 0. Quarters: 34-26, 59-43, 85-67, 110-100.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 13th, 2018Related News

Goddesses, angels and a pope rock Catholic-inspired Met Gala

(Reuters) – Katy Perry came as an archangel, Rihanna dressed like the pope, and Kim Kardashian was a golden goddess for New York’s Met Gala on Monday on a night of high fashionThe post Goddesses, angels and a pope rock Catholic-inspired Met Gala appeared first on DZRH News......»»

Source: Dzrhnews DzrhnewsCategory: May 8th, 2018Related News

Longtime foes Tyler, Garcia shrug off spat in TNT win over Ginebra

PBA IMAGES Jeremy Tyler and Charles Garcia have known each other for a long time, and as competitors, their competitive fire gets the better of them from time to time. That was the case once again.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsMay 8th, 2018Related News

Brighter days seem to be in store for Knicks, new coach Fizdale

By David Aldridge, TNT Analyst There was only one job that made sense for David Fizdale. Despite all the openings for which he interviewed, his pedigree and background -- and, let’s be honest, ambition -- made one gig stand out above the others. And it’s the one he got, with the New York Knicks. New York agreed to a four-year deal with Fizdale last week, a correct pairing of young coach and franchise that is trying to build back up the right way, with an emphasis on defense and conditioning that is right up Fizdale’s alley. No matter the occasional oddity created by working for Jim Dolan, he is an owner who has been willing to spend money when asked, and his team is in the top media market on earth. When you win there, they have parades for you in the Canyon of Heroes, and you almost always wind up in your particular sport’s Hall of Fame. You can’t not take the shot. The Knicks believe they’re in a place where the things Fizdale did in Miami and what he took to Memphis -- his philosophy of culture-building, team-building, discipline and how he connects to players -- were a good fit for where they are as a franchise. Among the 11 candidates the Knicks interviewed for the job, several had more head coaching experience than Fizdale -- whose tenure in Memphis lasted exactly 101 regular season games and six playoff games. But Fizdale checked the most boxes, and at 43, the Knicks are betting he has a lot of growing and improving to do, just as the team does. The Knicks, of course, looked into just why the Grizzlies fired Fizdale so abruptly last season, after just 19 games. Team president Steve Mills and General Manager Scott Perry didn’t just get started in the league last week; they know a lot of people. The chatter around the league was that Memphis chose star center Marc Gasol over Fizdale after the two clashed during the coach’s season-plus there. As I wrote just after Fizdale was fired, the deterioration in their relationship reached the point of no return when Fizdale went after Gasol hard in a film session, basically dismissing the importance of Gasol’s accomplishments overseas, including as a member of the Spanish national team. That that rankled Gasol to no end should have been no surprise to anyone paying attention. The Spanish team’s international triumphs are a point of considerable and understandable pride for both Marc Gasol and his brother, Pau. They helped lead Spain to the greatest era of basketball accomplishment in that country’s history, including a 2006 gold medal at what was then called the FIBA World Championships. Fizdale tried to fix things with Gasol, even flying to Europe after the season to try and make it right. But Gasol was close with majority owner Robert Pera; Fizdale wasn’t. That closed off a potential area of outreach between the two. Gasol had no interest in rapprochement, a stance that Grizzlies players made clear to Fizdale throughout the season. (Caught most in the middle, per league sources, was Grizzlies veteran point guard Mike Conley, Jr., who did and does have strong relationships with both men.) But, importantly, in his discussions with the Knicks, Fizdale took responsibility for his failures with Gasol. He didn’t blame Gasol or anyone else. As one of his chief calling cards is connecting with players, and not finding common ground with Gasol was an L he has to take. “He knew where he messed up and what he’d try to let it never happen again,” said a source who’s spoken with Fizdale since his firing. But, equally importantly, just because Fizdale couldn’t make it work with Gasol doesn’t mean he’s doomed to a similar outcome with All-Star forward Kristaps Porzingis. The 22-year-old’s relationship with the Knicks has been scrutinized within an inch of its life the last couple of years. The toxicity level reached under former president Phil Jackson has abated some, but Porzingis and the team still have some navigation to do -- a trip that is blurred as Porzingis continues rehabbing and recovering from the torn ACL he suffered in February. (Porzingis’s brother, Janis, who serves as his agent, politely declined comment on the Fizdale hire via text Saturday, though the Knicks were in contact with Janis Porzingis during the coaching search.) Porzingis’s injury keeps the Knicks in flux, a position it seems they’ve been in most years since the Nixon administration. He is a potential superstar -- “potential” is used quite deliberately here, as “The Unicorn’s” stans on social media have made a very talented offensive player into something that he is not, at least not yet -- a transcendent player. But, assuming Porzingis ultimately makes a full and healthy return, New York has a terrific building block around which to build. And, they have a chance to really get in the game in the summer of 2019. First, they’ll have to resolve Joakim Noah’s status -- he has two years and roughly $38 million left on his current deal. It’s likely the Knicks will stretch him and the only question is whether that happens before or after next season. If it’s the former, the Knicks can spread the remainder of his salary across five seasons; if the latter, three seasons. Nothing is certain, but it would be surprising to see Noah still in New York by the start of camp. Why saddle a new coach with an old problem? That would leave the Knicks with more flexibility going into ’19, which is when Perry has said he’d like New York to be ready to pounce in free agency -- and when the likes of Kemba Walker, Klay Thompson, Kawhi Leonard (player option) and Jimmy Butler (player option) can be free agents. But until that bridge year, Fizdale will have to max out the existing roster. Charitably, there’s not a lot there at present that’s proven and has led to much winning anywhere. The Knicks will need to be lucky in next week’s Lottery -- preferably, getting a high enough pick to land one of the elite big men that should be among the top four or five picks in the Draft. If that doesn’t happen, the hope in New York is that until the roster improves, Fizdale can develop the talents of the Knicks’ trio of guards -- Frank Ntilikina, Emmanuel Mudiay and Tim Hardaway, Jr. -- in which New York has invested Draft and literal treasure the last couple of seasons. (It will help that Fizdale’s relationship with Hardaway, Jr., goes back to when the latter was a kid and his father, the master of the killer crossover, worked in the Heat organization after Tim Hardaway Sr.’s playing days ended.) The additional hope is that Fizdale will get Ntilikina in elite shape while honing his competitive edge, and that a full season under Fizdale will let the Knicks know once and for all if Mudiay can be a significant contributor. Fizdale will also have to adjust his nomenclature. Last week’s story in the New York Daily News correctly identified Fizdale’s consistent referencing “the Miami Way” as shorthand for how he wanted to do things in Memphis alienated Grizzlies people who were -- again, justifiably -- proud of the “Grit-n’Grind” era that produced seven straight playoff appearances before this season’s 22-60 crater. And, he’ll have to be prepared to be, perhaps, the biggest face of the franchise, in a city whose media is dogged and nonplussed and will often go off cockeyed in a crazy, incorrect direction. But its influence should never be underestimated. Fizdale is from Los Angeles, and he has a great way with most. And it didn’t hurt him to work some for ESPN while he was between jobs. But he’ll have to learn the media landscape in New York quickly -- who to befriend, who to be wary of, who he can trust and who he cannot. (Also: I’m sure the Knicks pointed out to him that while he had several causes which were near and dear to him in Memphis, from advocating the removal of Confederate statues in the city to lending his name to other civic causes, he needs to win games in Gotham first.) At base, the Knicks will want to see players throughout the roster held accountable, and charged to compete on a nightly basis. There was not enough of either last season under coach Jeff Hornacek -- who, in fairness, didn’t have all that much time to put his stamp on what was a poor roster. Fizdale will get more time. The Knicks’ roster will look a lot different in two years than it does now. Fizdale will have to be a lot different coach than he was in Memphis, as well. Longtime NBA reporter, columnist and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer David Aldridge is an analyst for TNT. 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 8th, 2018Related News

Racela lauds recovering Tyler s defensive effort

Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net TNT coach Nash Racela isn't fretting over his import Jeremy Tyler's subpar performance in his side's 96-92 win over Ginebra on Sunday. The soft-.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsMay 7th, 2018Related News

Castro drops 27 as TNT notches 3rd straight triumph vs winless Ginebra

MANILA, Philippines – The TNT KaTropa remained perfect in 3 games and kept Barangay Ginebra winless, 96-92, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the Mall of Asia Arena on Sunday, May 6.  With import Jeremy Tyler struggling offensively, Jayson Castro carried the scoring load and dropped 27 points to ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsMay 7th, 2018Related News

Castro propels unbeaten TNT past struggling Ginebra

Jayson Castro took the mantle of being the import to power TNT past Ginebra, 96-92, Sunday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at Mall of Asia Arena. The spitfire guard unloaded 27 points on top of five assists, and three steals off the bench to make up for the lackluster offensive outing by reinforcement Jeremy Tyler, who only had two points but had 15 rebounds and two blocks. Roger Pogoy added 15 points, including the game-sealing jumper, 91-84, with 48 seconds to go while Troy Rosario got 14 points and seven boards in the win. "It's nice to win games at the start of the conference," said TNT coach Nash Racela as his side preserved its immaculate 3-0 slate. "We'd rather ...Keep on reading: Castro propels unbeaten TNT past struggling Ginebra.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 6th, 2018Related News

Racela lauds recovering Tyler’s defensive effort

TNT coach Nash Racela isn't fretting over his import Jeremy Tyler's subpar performance in his side's 96-92 win over Ginebra on Sunday. The soft-spoken mentor came to the reinforcement's defense, baring that the former New York Knick suffered from gastroenteritis and was only discharged early Sunday morning. "He wasn't able to practice with us yesterday (Saturday) because we had to confine him to the hospital. There's some pain in his stomach and just checked out early this morning," shared Racela. That's why he won't lose sleep even after Tyler only had two points, missing all of his five field goal attempts. He also praised Tyler for getting things done on the defensive end...Keep on reading: Racela lauds recovering Tyler’s defensive effort.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 6th, 2018Related News

Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry rekindle romance

"A remarkable human being." That was how actor Orlando Bloom described pop star Katy Perry, after reportedly rekindling their romance. "I wouldn't have imagined anything happening. And, you know, when you get hit sideways, you get hit sideways," Orlando, who had dated Katy for over a year before parting ways in March 2017, told the British newspaper The Times. "You don't pick who you fall in love with." He doesn't want to label their current relationship just yet, but he and Katy are nonetheless trying to maintain a connection, despite their respective schedules. "She's on tour, I'm doing a play, everything evolves. I have a lot of respect for her and a lot of deep feelin...Keep on reading: Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry rekindle romance.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 6th, 2018Related News

PBA: Castro wills TNT past Ginebra to maintain perfect start

Jayson Castro is still TNT's one true alpha. That got proven again Sunday as the Blur led TNT to a big 96-92 victory over Brgy. Ginebra in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the MOA Arena. Castro was the star of the KaTropa offense and TNT maintained its perfect start in the mid-season joust, gaining a share of first place with a 3-0 record. The Blur was brilliant all throughout, scoring a game-high 27 points as he basically took over with his import and his new star runningmate both struggling offensively. Jeremy Tyler only scored two points and Terrence Romeo was no better, finishing with only three markers. Still, Castro's effort was more than enough, with his final two triples in the fourth ending up as crucial baskets that allowed the KaTropa to hold off the Gin Kings. "I think at this point, the nice thing having depth in the guard rotation, when some guys struggle, we could use some of the others," head coach Nash Racela said. After Castro, RR Pogot scored 15 for TNT while Troy Rosario added 14. For the Gin Kings, who now drop to 0-2, Japeth Aguilar and Joe Devance led the team with 19 points each. Import Charles Garcia scored 15.   The Scores:   TNT 96 — Castro 27, Pogoy 15, Rosario 14, Trollano 11, Semerad 7, Taha 6, Cruz 5, Paredes 4, Romeo 3, Carey 2, Tyler 2, Garcia 0, Reyes 0. GINEBRA 92 — J. Aguilar 19, Devance 19, Garcia 15, Tenorio 13, Mercado 8, Caperal 7, Thompson 5, Caguioa 2, Ferrer 2, Mariano 2.   Quarters: 27-22, 51-51, 73-69, 96-92.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 6th, 2018Related News

PBA: Tyler shrugs off on-court chat with Ginebra s Garcia

Late in Sunday's clash featuring TNT and Ginebra, imports Jeremy Tyler of the KaTropa and Charles Garcia of the Gin Kings were seen on-court barking at each other. Though it never led to a full confrontation, the two reinforcements were chatty with one another. Tyler, who finished with only two points but grabbed 15 rebounds, made it clear that that was just some "friendly" conversation between two old foes. "Yeah, you know, in the course of the game, we get tired, all athletes get tired and the first thing when you get tired that goes away is your mind, your mindset," Tyler said when asked about the whole thing with Garcia. "And I know Charles, so we had an exchange of words and I just said 'Hey, you're tired, you're not thinking straight. Just take a breather, you don't have to argue and let's just play ball.' It may look like it's a rough talk but that's because we're intense. I've known Charles for 10 years plus so I just told him, 'You're tired, we're both tired, let's relax and get our mind back right.' That was basically it," he added. Tyler likewise clarified that he goes way back with Garcia so his incident with him in the heated TNT-Ginebra game was basically nothing. He's on to the next one. "I played against him throughout my career a lot. I played him in the D-League, I played against him just like Monday to Friday at the gym at home every week so I'm familiar with his game," he said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 6th, 2018Related News

Ravenas, Tenorio, other Ateneo stars team up for greater cause

Ravena brothers Kiefer and Thirdy, LA Tenorio, and many more standouts from Ateneo de Manila University are getting together for a greater cause. The Ravenas and Tenorio are among a handful of former Blue Eagles who have donated their uniforms and other personal items to be auctioned off in the Blue Legacy Auction launching on Tuesday. The Blue Legacy Auction will be held online over at the Auctions Manila Facebook page and will feature jerseys from Katipunan greats, past and present. The proceeds will then go directly to the Ateneo High School Scholarships which is responsible for granting financial aid for student-athletes. Bannering the cause is the elder Ravena who will put up for grabs a dark uniform he played in during his rookie year in the PBA with NLEX. Longtime veteran Tenorio has also donated to the event a red Ginebra jersey. Others PBA stars involved are Gin King Japeth Aguilar; Road Warriors Rabeh Al-Husaini, Larry Fonacier, Fonzo Gotladera, Emman Monfort, and Juami Tiongson; Meralco’s Chris Newsome and Nico Salva; Phoenix’s Doug Kramer; and San Miguel’s Von Pessumal. Katipunan’s college basketball studs are also doing their part with the younger Ravena donating sneakers to be auctioned off. He will be joined by Nieto twins Matt and Mike, Anton Asistio, Aaron Black, Isaac Go, and Tyler Tio. The event will also have items from volleybelles Gretchen Ho, Denden Lazaro, Jia Morado, and Alyssa Valdez as well as five-time UAAP Men’s Volleyball MVP Marck Espejo and teammate Rex Intal and football phenom Jarvey Gayoso......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 4th, 2018Related News

Romeo tows TNT past Phoenix for 2-0 start

TNT pulled away in the second half to beat Phoenix, 106-98, for a 2-0 start in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Saturday night at Ynares Center in Antipolo. Terrence Romeo led the way with 21 points, doing most of the damage in the pivotal third period where the KaTropa took control. TNT took a 49-47 halftime lead before it got going with Romeo, Troy Rosario and Jayson Castro making significant contributions. KaTropa import Jeremy Tyler also had his moments en route to a 17-point, 15-rebound double-double. Castro added 18 points and seven assists in only 23 minutes while Rosario and Jericho Cruz had 13 and 14 points, respectively. James White paced the Fuel Masters (1-1...Keep on reading: Romeo tows TNT past Phoenix for 2-0 start.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Apr 28th, 2018Related News

Giannis, Bucks beat Celtics 97-86 to force Game 7

By Genaro C. Armas, Associated Press MILWAUKEE (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 31 points and 14 rebounds and the Milwaukee Bucks pulled away late to beat the Boston Celtics 97-86 on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time) to force a Game 7 in the first-round series. Khris Middleton and Malcolm Brogdon each added 16 points, with Brogdon hitting a momentum-swinging triple from the left corner to give the Bucks a two-possession lead with 5:22 left. The Bucks held the Celtics at bay from there to force the winner-take-all game Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time) in Boston. The up-and-coming Bucks haven't played a seventh game in the playoffs since losing to the Atlanta Hawks in the first round in 2010. Both teams went on extended runs to take big leads. The Bucks made the last big push to close out the Celtics. Boston had to settle for perimeter looks down the stretch. They couldn't hit enough three's, finishing 10-of-36 (28 percent) on the night, and the Bucks limited Boston on the glass. On offense, Antetokounmpo led the Bucks' charge right at the heart of the Celtics' defense. After Eric Bledsoe picked off Jayson Tatum's inbounds pass, Antetokounmpo converted an offensive rebound with a putback off the glass for an 89-81 lead with 3:08 left. It was part of an 11-3 run late to help the Bucks pull away for 10-point advantage. With his team facing elimination, Antetokounmpo vowed to be more aggressive following a five-point loss in Game 5. The two-time All-Star produced in the crunch time, scoring 20 points in the second half on 8-of-14 shooting. Tatum finished with 22 points, and Terry Rozier had 18 for the Celtics. After holding the edge on the glass for most of the series, Boston got outrebounded 48-39. TIP-INS Celtics: Coach Brad Stevens stuck with the same starting five he used for Game 5, with Semi Ojeleye in for Aron Baynes for a quicker frontcourt on defense. ... Former President Bill Clinton attended the game and exchanged handshakes with guard Marcus Smart. ... Jaylen Brown added 14 points on 6-of-15 shooting. Bucks: C John Henson (back) missed his fourth straight game, with Thon Maker getting his first start of the series over Tyler Zeller. Maker finished with four points and one block. ... Held a 25-4 edge on transition points. ... Jabari Parker had another strong game off the bench with 11 points and 11 rebounds, while Tony Snell had 13 points. UP NEXT Game 7 is Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time) at the TD Garden in Boston......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsApr 27th, 2018Related News

PBA: Tautuaa suspended one game for 'kicking' TNT import

The 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cp is barely a week old and the league has already imposed a number of fines on multiple players. New Globalport center Mo Tautuaa took the brunt of the first batch of fines this conference as the former no. 1 pick was slapped with a P35,000 penalty for his actions against TNT during Sunday's opener. Mo was ejected from the game following a "kicking incident" against KaTropa import Jeremy Tyler. Following a dunk, Tautuaa appeared to kick Tyler as he was hanging from the rim. Tautuaa's fine was based from a flagrant foul penalty 1 and a flarant foul penalty 2 he received from the KaTropa game. On top of that, Mo is suspended for the Batang Pier's outing against Meralco Friday. Other players getting fines were Globalport import Malcolm White (P5,000 for F1), TNT's Don Trollano (P5,000 for F1), Allein Maliksi (P5,000 for F1), and Joseph Gabayni (5,000 for F1).   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsApr 27th, 2018Related News