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NLEX dapa sa Blackwater

PAMPANGA – Muling nanalasa sa third quarter ang Blackwater Elite upang panatilihing walang panalo ang NLEX Road Warriors, 98-88, sa PBA Philippine Cup elimination round. Tabla sa iskor na 46 sa simula ng 2nd half, dinomina ng Blackwater ang third quarter at kumana ng 35-point habang nilimitahan lang ang Road Warriors sa 16 upang makuha […] The post NLEX dapa sa Blackwater appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource: remate remateOct 17th, 2020

‘Ulysses’ delays departure of three PBA teams

SMART CLARK GIGA CITY–Typhoon “Ulysses” has stalled the scheduled departure of three eliminated teams from the PBA Philippine Cup bubble.  The league postponed the trips of NLEX, Blackwater and Terrafirma back to Manila as the typhoon continued to bring heavy rainfall and strong winds to Central Luzon and nearby regions.  Some parts of NLEX are impassable due to floods while several roads in Metro Manila are also flooded.  The three teams were scheduled to exit the bubble after playing their final games on Wednesday.  NLEX closed its campaign on a high, posting a 127-101 beatdown of Terrafirma, while Blackwater bowed down to Magnolia, 95-80.  NorthPort, the other eliminated squad, already departed right after its 80-73 loss to Meralco.  Meanwhile, practices at the Angeles University Foundation Arena continue as the eight remaining teams brace for the quarterfinals.  However, activities outside the Quest Hotel building such as walking and running are put on hold as the Acacia Park and Mimosa Drive are still in unsafe condition. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

Meralco inungusan ang Terrafirma, Blackwater durog sa RoS

Mga laro ngayon (AUF Arena) 1 p.m. – Phoenix vs. Blackwater 4 p.m. — Alaska vs. NLEX 6:45 p.m. — Ginebra vs. Terrafirma CLARK – Pasok ang tira ng Bolts na si Christ Newsome bago tumunog ang buzzer na siyang tumalo sa Dyip, 95-93, habang dinurog naman ng Rain or Shine ang Blackwater sa score […] The post Meralco inungusan ang Terrafirma, Blackwater durog sa RoS appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsNov 8th, 2020

Hotshots stay hot, keep Dyip winless

        By JONAS TERRADO     Games Friday (AUF Gym powered by Smart 5G) 10 a.m. – Blackwater vs Terrafirma 1p.m. – Alaska vs NorthPort 4 p.m. – NLEX vs San Miguel 6:45 p.m. – TNT vs Ginebra   Magnolia extended its winning streak to three games despite completing a hectic back-to-back […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsNov 5th, 2020

NLEX routs RoS; Meralco drains Blackwater in second day of PBA restart

The NLEX Road Warriors and the Meralco Bolts took wins in the first two games of the PBA's second day of quadruple headers at the bubble in Clark City, Pampanga......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 5th, 2020

Abueva takes on former team as Fuel Masters gun for third straight win vs Aces

All eyes will be on Calvin Abueva as he faces his former team. (PBA Images) Phoenix Super LPG hopes to build on the successful comeback of Calvin Abueva when it battles his former team Alaska on Thursday in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Angeles University Foundation Sports and Cultural Center. What Abueva has for an encore will be known in the 4 p.m. opener as the Fuel Masters (4-2) go for a third straight victory against the Aces (4-3), who are also riding on an impressive run of three wins in the last four outings. Unbeaten leader TNT looks to shrug off the rust factor as it aims for a sixth win opposite slumping NLEX (1-5) at 6:45 p.m. The Tropang Giga are slated to see action for the first time in eight days after Monday’s game against the NorthPort Batang Pier was postponed as a precautionary measure after facing the Blackwater Elite last week. One of Blackwater’s player is currently under quarantine after he had an initial positive result for COVID-19. He has since been declared negative in the succeeding antigen and RT-PCR tests. Abueva played as if he was not out of action for 16 months due to an indefinite suspension, posting 21 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists in Phoenix’s 114-110 triumph against NLEX. With Abueva back, many see Phoenix as a team with a legitimate chance of winning the crown, something Alaska coach Jeffrey Cariaso acknowledges. “We’re in a situation where Phoenix is already playing well, they added Calvin, who would give them an extra spark — extra All-Star. So we’re gonna have our hands full,” said Cariaso as he eyes to keep the same grit that enabled Alaska to buck a 0-2 start. Alaska is coming off a 99-96 victory over Terrafirma last Tuesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 29th, 2020

PBA makes right decision to cancel game – Chito

        By JONAS TERRADO   Games Thursday (AUF Gym powered by Smart 5G) 4 p.m. – Phoenix vs Alaska 6:45 p.m. – TNT vs NLEX     The PBA once again cancelled a Philippine Cup game featuring the Blackwater Elite in relation to the situation surrounding one of their players who initially […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsOct 28th, 2020

Cone rewards Japeth with more minutes ‘to get him in shape’

Japeth Aguilar topscored Barangay Ginebra with 20 points against Meralco. (PBA Images) Some were probably wondering why coach Tim Cone kept Japeth Aguilar on the floor even though Barangay Ginebra San Miguel already had the game won against Meralco Sunday night. “I left him out there the whole time, just so to get him in shape,” Cone said after Ginebra’s 105-91 victory at the Angeles University Foundation Sports and Cultural Center. Aguilar finished with a game-high 20 points, scoring nine during a nine-minute appearance in the fourth quarter, something Cone said is something he rarely does. But Cone explained that having such exposure even in a blowout contest could bode well for Aguilar in the long run since the Finals Most Valuable Player of last season’s Governors’ Cup entered the bubble only days before the restart. And it has resulted in averages of 9.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in wins over NLEX and Blackwater. “We really don’t have time to get him in shape by working out because the games come so fast,” said Cone.  “Though we have a big margin, I wasn’t taking Japeth out. That’s unusual for me, but I saw it as a purpose and to stay on the floor and keep working. Hopefully that will make him better into our next game.” Ginebra is hoping that would be the case as it enters a stretch of difficult games against tough opponents. The Kings return to action on Wednesday against the Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters, who opened the conference with two straight wins. Next is Ginebra’s “Bubble Clasico” showdown with Magnolia on Sunday followed by a clash with another sister team in defending five-time champion San Miguel Beer on Oct. 30......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 19th, 2020

Elite whack Road Warriors

Blackwater Elite outhustled and outplayed the NLEX Road Warriors to post a 98-88 upset in the 2020 PBA Philippine Cup at the Angeles University Foundation Arena Powered by Smart 5G, yesterday, Saturday, October 17......»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsOct 18th, 2020

Blackwater nails 2nd win

Blackwater unleashed its now characteristic third-quarter charge to fuel a runaway 98-88 triumph over slumping NLEX and get back on track in the PBA Philippine Cup yesterday in Pampanga......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 17th, 2020

Torrid 3rd quarter show powers Elite past Road Warriors

        By JONAS TERRADO       Blackwater unleashed another third quarter storm Saturday to frustrate winless NLEX 98-88 and continue its surprising start in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Angeles University Foundation Sports and Cultural Center. The game was tied at 46-all after two quarters when the Elite dropped 35 […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsOct 17th, 2020

Rebirth of Nash Racela

Nash Racela has steered Blackwater to an early success inside the bubble. (PBA Images) ANGELES CITY–Blackwater’s new coach Nash Racela seemed like he hasn’t skipped a beat despite missing the PBA sidelines for a long time.  Racela steered the Elite to a 2-1 record in the Philippine Cup at the expense of the winless NLEX, 98-88, on Saturday at the Smart 5G-powered Angeles University Foundation Sports and Cultural Center. But the 48-year-old mentor bared that it wasn’t easy for him to return to the league after losing his post in TNT KaTropa two years ago.  “When I got kicked out of Talk N’ Text (TNT), in a way I lost interest in the PBA. I wasn’t watching the game for at least a year,” said Racela. The former Far Eastern University tactician led TNT to a finals and five playoffs appearances in two years. But the KaTropa’s underwhelming performance early in the 2018 Commissioner’s Cup prompted the management to put him on leave and eventually replace him with current head coach Bong Ravena. Racela found his way back to the PBA after he signed a two-year deal with Blackwater in November last year. He could only thank his current Elite squad for helping him readjust to the league.  “What really helped me was number one, ‘yung coaches and players that we have. They’ve been helping me a lot by giving inputs,” said Racela, whose familiarity with PBA also encouraged him to take another shot at coaching in the pros.  “Number two is really the familiarity. Most of the players I know, the team tendencies and the coaches are the same,” he said.   “Those are the things that really helped me to slowly be comfortable with coaching again in the PBA.” .....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 17th, 2020

Ginebra, other teams enter PBA bubble

MANILA, Philippines — The last batch of PBA teams have begun their arrival in Clark, Pampanga on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, for the resumption of the Philippine Cup on October 11, 2020. Among the clubs that joined the bubble Tuesday and have arrived at Quest Hotel in Mimosa were Barangay Ginebra, NLEX, Blackwater and Alaska. […] The post Ginebra, other teams enter PBA bubble appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 29th, 2020

PBA: Erram trade could be 'blessing in disguise' for NLEX

Things were set up quite nicely for NLEX in the 2019 PBA Governors's Cup. The Road Warriors finally had access to all of their weapons, and after playing with two quality imports through the course of the elimination round, they entered the playoffs as the no. 1 seed. Unfortunately, NLEX didn't even get out of the first round, becoming the fifth top-ranked team to lose to a no. 8 seed in the quarterfinals. For the next PBA conference, whenever that is, the Road Warriors won't even have a chance to run things back as the team traded away star center Poy Erram after just one full season. However, while that could lead to a struggle, NLEX is looking at that blockbuster trade with a different perspective. "Of course we were sad na na-trade si Poy, parang kapatid na rin namin siya, napa-lapit na siya samin," guard Kevin Alas said on 2OT with teammate Jericho Cruz and PBA broadcasters Magoo Marjon and Carlo Pamintuan. "But at the same time, naging blessing in disguise samin, iniisip namin kasi siguro the last time na nag-semifinals kami, wala pa si Poy noon. Right now nadagdagan pa kami. Iniisip na lang namin na dati kaya natin without Poy, so ibig sabihin kaya din natin now," he added. NLEX's breakthrough semifinals came during the 2018 Philippine Cup where the Road Warriors took on the Magnolia Hotshots for six games. That was Kiefer Ravena's very first conference with the team and Poy Erram was still with the Blackwater Elite. The Road Warriors were locked in a 2-2 series with the Hotshots before Alas tore his ACL for the first time very early in Game 5. NLEX just slowly fell apart after, getting eliminated by the next game. "Yung perspective na lang namin, parang blessing in disguise," Alas said of the Erram trade, which netted NLEX Anthony Semerad, Rabeh Al-Hussaini, as well as Blackwater's 2020 first-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick. "Baka mas paghihirapan natin pagpasok sa semis this time," Alas added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2020

The Terrific 12 can be first venue for PBA teams after COVID-19

The PBA's 45th season is currently up in the air for the moment as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hammer the country. But as a new normal emerges, one of the first places where we might see PBA teams post-pandemic could be in Macau in the East Asia Super League's The Terrific 12 tournament. EASL CEO Matt Beyer says that they plan to push through with a new edition of The Terrific 12 tournament this year. Naturally, the teams will duke it out will come from China, South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines just like previous years. "For this fall, we are planning to have our event in Macau from September 15-20. We're already in the final planning stages with the Sports Bureau in Macau," Beyer said during a webinar hosted by Blackwater's Ariel Vanguardia for Hoops Coaches International. "We are watching the COVID situation and see how it develops," he added. PBA teams have started to compete in tournaments hosted by the East Asia Super League. Blackwater and NLEX were the first teams in the PBA, seeing action in 2018's Super 8 tournament with no imports. The Road Warriors placed 4th. [Related: TERRIFIC 12: SMB looking forward to more international play] Last year, the Elite, together with San Miguel Beer and TNT, played in The Terrific 12. The Beermen, with imports Dez Wells and Lester Prosper, placed 4th as well. For the planned 2020 edition of The Terrific 12, Beyer would once again love the presence of PBA teams if possible. Blackwater, led by team owner Dioceldo Sy, has expressed its intention to join. "If Filipinos can enter Macau, yes, there will be Filipinos involved. I certainly hope so," Beyer said. "Blackwater of course, no doubt. But we've had great PBA teams last time. I think for us, we're blessed with any PBA team that can come. Of course, we want the best teams possible," he added. As it is, the COVID-19 pandemic remains the biggest roadbloack this year for all pending plans for not just basketball but for all sports. Nevertheless, Beyer and his Terrific 12 tournament will be ready to deliver basketball games for fans. "For me, if fans are looking for PBA content and if we're able to be a platform where games can continue to take place [I would love that]," the East Asia Super League boss said. "I think the issue is travel. You have to be able to travel in safe way. For this year, if we are able to get a team safely on and their safely received, then yes, absolutely. Right now, I'm sitting in Hong Kong and I can't even go to Macau. It isn't open right now," Beyer added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 20th, 2020

Jamike Jarin s 2014 Batang Gilas, where are they now?

Slowly but surely, the Philippines has returned to legitimate contention in international basketball. That also goes for the national youth team - what with Kai Sotto lifting Filipinos to greater and greater heights. It wasn't that long ago, however, that the blue, red, and white had just played its first game in the FIBA Under-17 World Championships. After missing the first two editions of the world meet in 2010 and 2012, Batang Gilas barged onto the scene in 2014 - and they did so all while boasting an average height of 6-feet. First, the Filipinos re-asserted their mastery over Southeast Asia and swept the 2013 SEA Basketball Association (SEABA) Under-16 Championship before just falling short in the gold medal game against China in the 2013 FIBA Asia Under-17 Championship. Still, that second-place finish booked them a ticket to the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship. Once in Dubai, head coach Jamike Jarin and his boys gave their all only to fall victim to the likes of Angola, 72-82; Greece, 65-85; and eventual champion USA, 64-124, in the group stages. The Philippines was officially booted out of contention by France, 57-86, in the Round of 16 and then lost classification matches opposite Argentina and Egypt. By then, they had faced off with future NBA All-Star Jayson Tatum and NBA players Harry Giles, Josh Jackson, and Giorgios Papagiannis. Up against United Arab Emirates in the last classification match, Batang Gilas finally scored a win and finished 15th out of 16 teams. Even so, getting back to the world stage remains a momentous milestone for Philippine youth basketball - and it was all thanks to coach Jamike and his 2014 Batang Gilas. The question is, all of them, where are they now? JOLLO GO, 5-10 G Finished high school in Hope Christian. Committed to and played for La Salle. Now playing for Manila Stars in MPBL. MATT NIETO, 6-1 G Finished high school in Ateneo. Won championship as Blue Eaglet. Committed to and played for Ateneo. Won three championships as Blue Eagle. Named to Gilas Pilipinas pool. Drafted by NLEX. Now playing for Gilas Pilipinas. DIEGO DARIO, 5-7 G Finished high school in UPIS. Committed to and played for UP. Drafted by and now playing for Blackwater. MIKE NIETO, 6-2 F Finished high school in Ateneo. Won championship as Blue Eaglet. Committed to and played for Ateneo. Won three championships as Blue Eagle. Named to Gilas Pilipinas pool. Drafted by Rain or Shine. Now playing for Gilas Pilipinas pool. RENZO NAVARRO, 5-8 G Finished high school in San Sebastian. Committed to and played for La Salle. Transferred to and played for San Sebastian. Transferred to and now playing for LPU. ARNIE PADILLA, 6-1 F Finished high school in FEU-Diliman. Committed to and played for Enderun. JOLO MENDOZA. 5-9 G Finished high school in Ateneo. Won championship as Blue Eaglet. Committed to and played for Ateneo. Won two championships as Blue Eagle. Now playing for Ateneo. MIKE PANLILIO, 5-11 G Finished high school in International School Manila. Migrated to USA. Committed to and played for Fordham. MIKE DELA CRUZ, 6-0 F Finished high school in LSGH. Migrated to USA. CARLO ABADEZA, 6-3 C Transferred to and finished high school in Arellano. Committed to San Beda. Transferred to La Salle. Transferred to and now playing for LPU. RICHARD ESCOTO, 6-3 C Finished high school in FEU-Diliman. Committed to and played for FEU. Played for Iloilo United Royals in MPBL. Drafted by and now playing for Blackwater. PAUL DESIDERIO, 6-1 F Finished high school in UV. Committed to and played for UP. Became "Mr. Atin 'To." Drafted by and now playing for Blackwater. JAMIKE JARIN, HEAD COACH Assistant in Ateneo and Meralco. Head coach in San Beda. Head coach in National U. Now coaching as assistant in UE. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 30th, 2020

Kapamilyas Sarah G and Kathryn lead PBA 45 muses

Star basketball players weren't the only ones that shined in the PBA's opening ceremony for a 45th season. Each of the 12 team's dazzling muses also made sure the spotlight was cast upon them. Here are the complete list of muses for the PBA's 45th season.   Zowie Palliaer - Alaska PBA Season 45 muses (thread) Zowie Palliaer - Alaska#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/0pD3jhf6Nu — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Sanya Lopez - Barangay Ginebra Sanya Lopez - Barangay Ginebra#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/oez5mv4tg3 — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Joy Wu - Blackwater Joy Wu - Blackwater#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/m1XUkTLuNf — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Katrina Llegado - Columbian Katrina Llegado - Columbian#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/oJG0XItoob — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Kathryn Bernardo - Magnolia Kathryn Bernardo - Magnolia#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/msfEgh0Y7A — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Mae Bautista - Meralco Mae Bautista - Meralco#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/9fP4DmFAZV — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Pauline Lopez - NLEX Pauline Lopez - NLEX#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/VrLgpLkgQE — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Tin Patrimonio - Northport Tin Patrimonio - Northport#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/wrQFlGlQUL — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Sarah Geronimo - Phoenix Sarah Geronimo - Phoenix#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/3EN21LtR35 — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Chaiyenne Huisman & Klyza Castro - Rain or Shine  Chaiyenne Huisman & Klyza Castro - Rain or Shine#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/zTHUNTGEal — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Alyssa Muhlach Alvarez - San Miguel Alyssa Muhlach Alvarez - San Miguel#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/ZQrJnutUGq — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020 Ariella Arida - TNT Ariella Arida - TNT#PBA2020 pic.twitter.com/SPbrp9ImHJ — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) March 8, 2020   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 8th, 2020

PBA: TNT waits for final decision on pending Erram trade

TNT's acquisition of star big man Poy Erram from NLEX is still pending PBA approval and the flagship MVP franchise is starting to have worries about a couple of things. Erram is the centerpiece of a complicated three-time trade featuring TNT, NLEX, and Blackwater. It's almost two weeks since the deal was made public and the PBA, via its trade committee, is still sitting on a decision. "Getting impatient? No, we're following the rule for whatever the trade committee is saying," PBA Board Chairman and TNT governor Ricky Vargas said. "They were looking for something to cure it. So ano man kung ano ang issues the have in mind, continuous dialogue. We are trying to continue to work it out," he added, as all three teams involved continue to revise the deal. As the KaTropa wait for the deal to be finalized, they worry about the time if would take to integrate Erram into their system if the trade is a success. The PBA will open a new season on March 8. "Our biggest challenges that Talk 'N Text as it is now is building chemistry and being on the same page. If Poy comes to us finally, yes, the more time we wait, the less time we have for him to be integrated with the team," Vargas said. "So await for that moment, sana sooner or better," he added. At the same time though, TNT also has to consider the deal being rejected. "Pwede. That's a possibility. That's a possibility that they'll reject it. There's a possibility that they'll accept it with some changes," Vargas said. "But with my experience with the trade committee, is they have not disapproved on any trade, but improve the trade on how they view it as fair to everybody," he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 26th, 2020

PBA: OK kami ni Coach Yeng -- Erram

Poy Erram extinguished rumors that he and head coach Yeng Guiao are not seeing eye to eye amid the trade talks that would ship the NLEX big man to TNT Katropa. The 6-foot-7 reigning Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday set the record straight that there is no truth in the issue. “’Di totoo ‘yun,” said Erram after the Road Warriors’ 104-89 win over Alaska in a pocket tournament at the Upper Deck in Pasig City. “Basta di totoo yun, OK kami ni Coach Yeng.” “Nagkwentuhan pa nga kami kaninang umaga eh,” he added. “Masaya kaming dalawa. Wala kaming alitan. Never kaming magkakaroon ng ganoon.” Erram is in the midst of a three-team trade talks with TNT Katropa and Blackwater as conduit that has undergone some revisions. Rumors arose that his transfer was due to a falling-out with a very volatile Guiao, who gave Erram an earful in one game last year. “So just to set the record straight, wala kaming pinag-awayan ni Poy,” said Guiao, who said in a previous interview that he doesn’t want to see Erram shipped to another team. “You can ask him if he's happy here or if he's not.” “But we are happy with him, I think he's happy with us. That's not the reason for the trade,” added the mentor. Erram still joined NLEX in their training and tune-up match although he sat out the match against the Aces. “Wala pa rin naming lumalabas na kahit ano kaya hangga’t walang lumalabas pupunta pa rin ako ng maaga [sa practice], shooting. Ginagawa ko pa rin anng daily routine ko” said Erram. “Siyempre ayoko naman na magtanga-tangahan din, maghintay-hintay din [kasi] mawawala rin ako sa kondisyon. Kasi if ever na di matuloy, tuloy ako sa NLEX walang problema.” For Guiao, Erram, who averaged 11.7 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks in his first year with NLEX after moving from Blackwater, is still a Road Warrior. “We still consider him as part of the team until may final ano na run sa trade. But we're just trying to relish our last few days together,” said Guiao. “Siya talagang nagpupunta siya sa practice, gusto niya pa makasama ‘yung mga teammates niya even though he knows there's a pending development.” “But he comes to practice really just really doesn't miss anything even itong game hindi niya alam kung maglalaro siya o hindi, dumating pa rin siya. This morning we had an 8-10 practice, andun pa rin siya,” Guiao added. Pending the final decision, Erram still knows what team he is with. “Alam ko kung saang team ako, NLEX pa rin ako eh. Yun pa rin ang team na gusyto ko. Yun pa rin ang gusto ni coach Yeng. Hanggang ngayon NLEX pa rin,” he said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 19th, 2020

Trade kay Erram hinarang ng PBA

NAUDLOT ang pagbabalik ni John Paul ‘Poy’ Erram sa kanyang dating koponang TNT matapos ipag-utos ng namamahalang komite sa Office of the PBA Commissioner ang pagrebisa sa kumplikadong palitan ng mga player sa pagitan ng NLEX Road Warriors, KaTropa at Blackwater Elite......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2020

Erram on way to TNT

TNT is set to acquire NLEX center Poy Erram in a three-way trade that also involved Blackwater......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2020