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What animal is kiwi and why is it a national symbol in New Zealand

Surely when you mention the word kiwi you imagine the famous green fruit, but on the other side of the world, especially New Zealand, The.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnJan 18th, 2021

Fil-Kiwi Jordan Perez looking forward to play for Ateneo

The young Perez first came over during New Zealand’s participation in the NBTC National Finals in 2017......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 27th, 2020

Ken Tuffin, Taranaki fight for right to advance in NBL playoffs

Having lost their last game in the elimination round of the 2020 Sal's New Zealand National Basketball League, Ken Tuffin and Taranaki find themselves in a do-or-die situation. Still, Far Eastern University's captain is nothing but upbeat that the four-seed Mountainairs will come out on top of five-seed Franklin on Wednesday. "Tomorrow is another opportunity to bounce back," he said, talking about his first playoff game in the Kiwi league tipping off at 3:30 PM (Philippine time) to be streamed live on Smart Sports Facebook. "I feel like when I play well, the team reflects my energy as well." Tuffin shone bright in his first nine showings for Taranaki as he normed 10.8 points on 51.5 percent shooting and 5.7 rebounds, but dimmed as of late with averages of 6.5 markers on 32.1 percent shooting and 4.0 boards in the last four games. That includes his most recent outing where he went scoreless as they bowed to the Bulls, 65-92, last Thursday. That loss forced them to settle for the four-seed in the playoffs, leading to a knockout bout with the five-seed for the right to move on to the semifinals. For him, though, this win or go home match opposite the very same squad that had downed them to end the elims is just another golden opportunity for the Mountainairs to send a statement they are for real. "Games are always going to be like that. You have good games, you have bad games," he said. He then continued, "I'm just looking forward to another opportunity tomorrow to bounce back. Hopefully, we can get it done." Even better, the 6-foot-4 versatile forward will be much more energized for his first playoff game as it will be steamed live for the benefit kababayans. As he put it, "That's awesome! Hearing about that makes me want to give that extra, knowing that people will be watching and supporting from the Philippines." Other players to watch apart from Tuffin are Taranaki's Derone Raukuwa, the league's leading scorer, and Marcel Jones, its leading rebounder, as well as Franklin's  Dominique Kelman-Poto and Isaac Davidson. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 28th, 2020

New Zealand stint dream come true for Fil-Kiwi Tuffin

After getting the green light from the collegiate league, Tuffin debuted for the Taranaki Moutanairs earlier this week in the New Zealand National Basketball League (NZNBL)......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 28th, 2020

Ken Tuffin out to make mom proud by making it to the PBA

For the next two months, Ken Tuffin will be showcasing his skills in the New Zealand National Basketball League. The Far Eastern University captain was a starter in his very first game for the Taranaki Mountainairs and had a solid showing of 10 points, four rebounds, and two steals. Whether or not he's in the first five, though, Tuffin vowed to just keep doing what he has always done - go all-out. "Coach puts us in different groups depending on the personnel so I think I started last time for matchup purposes. Whatever it is, I'm really thankful for them," he said in last Friday's The Prospects Pod. He then continued, "Obviously, I'll just take all opportunities and do the best I can to help the team." In the end, the Filipino-Kiwi's stint in New Zealand will help out the Tamaraws - the Tamaraws who will, no doubt, welcome back with open arms their 6-foot-4 forward who had just gotten valuable international experience. And in the end, Tuffin's time in Taranaki will only be a big boost for his first and foremost dream - the PBA. "The end goal is always to play professionally. I would love to play in the PBA, of course, because it would mean a lot to me as well as my family," he said. The 23-year-old traces his roots to La Union where his mother was born and bred as well as Pangasinan and Pampanga where his relatives now reside. "It would mean a lot to have someone from my mom's side to make it (to the PBA)," he said. "It would really make them proud to (experience) something like that. Definitely, that's one of my goals." Of course, Tuffin is taking it one step a time and his full focus is on the Mountainais now - with FEU and then the PBA Draft not that far behind. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 27th, 2020

UAAP gives green light for Ken Tuffin to make NZ NBL debut

Ken Tuffin will be back for his fifth and final year for Far Eastern University - and he will do so after getting much-welcome experience in a semi-professional league. Tuffin has been officially allowed by the UAAP to play in the New Zealand National Basketball League, which already tipped off its brand new season a day ago. FEU representative to the Board of Managing Directors Mark Molina confirmed the development. With this, the Filipino-Kiwi forward will suit up for the Taranaki Airs for the first time on Wednesday evening (Philippine time) where they will be matched up opposite the Franklin Bulls. Tuffin sat out Taranaki’s season-opener against Nelson last Wednesday as he awaited approval from the UAAP. The Mountainairs triumphed, 112-96, and now try for back-to-back wins with their 6-foot-4 forward in tow. "Didn't play last night. Had to sit out just to be sure," he shared. "But now, I'm looking forward to getting out there and contributing in any way they need me to." After his stint in the NZ NBL, Tuffin has vowed to return to the Philippines where he will lead the Tamaraws in the UAAP 83 penciled in for the first half of 2021. The FEU skipper's debut, as well as the rest of the season, is available for livestream courtesy of the NZ NBL Pass. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 24th, 2020

FEU captain Ken Tuffin drafted in New Zealand semi-pro league

Far Eastern University forward Ken Tuffin now has a golden opportunity to play ball in the country he was born and bred in. The Tamaraws' captain was selected in the seventh round of the 2020 New Zealand National Basketball League (NBL) Draft by Taranaki. With that, Tuffin, a Filipino-Kiwi, has an option to play for the Mountainairs who call the TSB Stadium in New Plymouth City home. The NBL begins its 39th season on June 23 with Taranaki doing battle with the Nelson Giants. The Mountainairs wound up with a 3-15 standing last season, good for a tie for seventh. Tuffin, one of a total of 84 players who got drafted, has an option to join a side that is nothing but determined to bring home its very first championship. The 23-year-old has one more season of eligibility for FEU. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 15th, 2020

UN condemns Myanmar regime

Yangon---A lethal attack on anti-coup protesters in Myanmar sparked fresh UN condemnation of the country's new military regime on Sunday, as mourners held a funeral for a young woman who became a national symbol of resistance to the junta......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2021

Majestic future for ‘King of Birds’

It is a little-known fact that the Philippine national bird may be another source of global pride for Filipinos. Aside from being considered as one of the largest and most majestic in the world, the Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) is also found exclusively in the country, making it a truly meaningful and fitting national symbol. […] The post Majestic future for ‘King of Birds’ appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJan 21st, 2021

Emirates Team New Zealand launches its second boat to protect 2021 Copa America

The Copa America 2021 defender, Emirates Team New Zealand, has officially unveiled with their second monohull. The foil AC75. With this vessel, the Kiwi crew.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsJan 8th, 2021

UAAP 77 Finals MVP Aroga on Coach E: He s my Phil Jackson

In 2014, Eric Altamirano guided National University to its first championship in 60 years. It may be just one title in his six-season stint there, but for a blue and gold side which has long been suffering, it was an all-important one. And so, coach Eric will remain a beloved figure in Sampaloc for all his life. Apparently, he also remains a beloved figure in Dallas in the US - at least in the house where Alfred Aroga now resides in. Reminiscing about the Bulldogs' historic championship in The Prospects Pod, that year's Finals MVP was asked about what Altamirano means to him. "Coach E, as I've always said, he's my Phil Jackson," he answered. Jackson was the coach for the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls' six championships, the Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers' three-peat, and, finally, the Kobe-led LA Lakers' back-to-back. In terms of rings, Coach Phil has Coach E beat, without a doubt. In terms of life lessons, though, "The Zen Master" is apparently not that far from the always amiable Filipino mentor. "I will call his house 'The Promised Land' because there are a lot of players that went in that house and look where they are today," Aroda said. "In his house, he didn't care where you came from, if you're black, green, yellow, blue. He didn't care about it. As long as you're in his house, there are rules to follow and those rules help you be a better person." Transferring from Cameroon to Manila, the 6-foot-7 big man stayed in the Altamirano household for all of his time in blue and gold. There, he learned all about discipline - something he had formerly failed to grasp. "There's a curfew, first of all. Then there are things you can't do - you can't drink, you don't smoke, you don't womanize, you go to Church, you got to be respectful," he shared. He then continued, "His family really embraced me and I needed that because I remember when I first went to the Philippines, I was like a wild animal, I was so aggressive, I didn't know how to respond to adversities so he had to coach me on that." For all of that, Aroga is nothing but thankful. "Coach E is always there for me. Coach, I would never repay you for everything you did for me so the only thing I can do is be successful and be grateful that I had you," he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 15th, 2020

Coach Tab calls Philippines the Mecca of basketball

Tab Baldwin has been in the Philippines for five years now. First brought here to coach Gilas Pilipinas, the brilliant tactician has since assembled a juggernaut in Ateneo de Manila University which has won the past three championships in the UAAP. It didn't take long for Coach Tab to fall in love with the Philippines and, of course, that was all because of Philippine basketball. "I love the Philippines and I think one of the most endearing aspects of the Philippines is this is a basketball paradise. Everywhere you look there are players, there are teams, there are competitions, there are fans, there are facilities," he said in the inaugural episode of Coaches Unfiltered. "I can tell you from the countries that I've been that much of what I've said isn't there, never is all of it there. That includes the US." The American-Kiwi had been around in the international basketball circuit and his most successful stint prior to the Philippines was in New Zealand. For him, though, the Filipino homeland is something special. "This, to me, is the Mecca of basketball," he said. And for him, the fact that Filipinos are not necessarily built for basketball makes all of this more special. As he put it, "You may say we don't have the greatest players in the world and that's true. Demographically, we are challenged with our size, but that doesn't really impact the passion for the game, the love for the game." That fire and desire, first and foremost, the reason why Coach Tab views the Philippines as the center of basketball. "When you put on top of that that this is one of the most hospitable countries in the planet with one of the kindest, gentlest, and friendliest populations, I start to ask myself where else would I wanna be and there aren't too many answers to that questions," he said. Does that mean that he will retire here - just like Tim Cone, Norman Black, and Alex Compton did? "Retirement? Why not," he said. "And if then, I can still continue being part of the basketball community to help coaches, to help young players, even if they have to push me around in a wheelchair, why not?" Of course, nothing is set in stone. What is for sure, however, is that Tab Baldwin loves Philippine basketball and will only continue to do so. "I love this country. I love the basketball landscape here even with its flaws and I hope to be a part of helping better every aspect of it because I know (Philippine basketball) has done so much to better my life," he shared. He then continued, "I think I can show my appreciation for that in no better way than to submit myself to what is good for Philippine basketball." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 8th, 2020

Fil-Kiwi Ken Tuffin assured of inclusion in Gilas program

Filipino-Kiwi wingman Ken Tuffin will remain part of the Gilas Pilipinas program as originally planned after his FEU commitment in the UAAP and amid his inclusion to the roster pool expansion of the New Zealand Tall Blacks......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 3rd, 2020

Rodtang retains title in ONE Championship’s return to action

31 July 2020 – Bangkok, Thailand: The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), made a successful return to its flagship event schedule, starting off with ONE: NO SURRENDER last Friday night, 31 July in Bangkok. The event was broadcast live around the world from a closed-door, audience-free venue. Once again, the absolute best in local and international martial arts talent showcased their skills in the ONE Championship ring. In the main event, reigning and defending ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Rodtang “The Iron Man” Jitmuangnon successfully defended his title against former ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Champion “The Baby Shark” Petchdam Petchyindee Academy after five action-packed rounds. Petchdam established his jab early in the first round, setting up his vaunted left kick. Rodtang was slow to start, as he instead opted to get reads on his opponent from a distance. Rodtang turned up the pressure towards the end of the second round, hunting Petchdam with his trademark boxing combinations and thunderous elbows. In the third round, Rodtang began walking Petchdam down with his punches. The champion caught Petchdam with a left hook, testing the challenger’s chin on wobbly legs, but the latter recovered well. In the fourth round, Rodtang resumed his onslaught, rolling forward like a tank as Petchdam fired away with kicks to the body. In the fifth round, Petchdam again found success with his left roundhouse kick, but it wasn’t enough to thwart Rodtang’s forward pressure. After five fiery rounds, two of three judges scored the bout in favor of Rodtang to win by majority decision, who retaind his title. Reigning ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Champion Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy turned in perhaps the most important victory of his career, outlasting legendary Thai striker “The Boxing Computer” Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex to retain his title in the co-main event. The first round saw the legendary Yodsanklai connect on his patented triple uppercut, while Petchmorakot tried to shake off the cobwebs. Petchmorakot upped the aggression in the second round, catching Yodsanklai’s kick as he uncorked a myriad of straight punches to the head. Yodsanklai answered back with slicing elbows, creating a cut on the defending champion’s eyelid. In the third round, Petchmorakot opened up the action with a left elbow, while Yodsanklai countered with a straight left hand down the middle. Petchmorakot increased his punch output in the fourth, tagging Yodsanklai with elbows and straights, but the legend would not surrender. In the fifth and final round, Yodsanklai ambushed Petchmorakot with combinations, while the champion danced away to keep himself safe from range. In the end, Petchmorakot did just enough to earn the victory by a close majority decision. In a ONE Super Series Kickboxing Super-Bout, Thai featherweight talents Superbon and Sitthichai “Killer Kid” Sitsongpeenong figured in a thrilling three-round war of attrition. The first round was close, as both Sitthichai and Superbon traded their best offense at the center of the ONE Championship ring. The second round saw much of the same action, with both men winding up on their kicks and doubling up on their punches, but it was Superbon who started to pull away with a higher output and more impactful strikes. In the third and final round, Sitthichai and Superbon turned on the aggression, attacking each other from multiple angles with neither man willing to take a step backward. In the end, Superbon recorded a hard-earned victory, getting the better of his trilogy with Sitthichai via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards. In the mixed martial arts women’s atomweight division, reigning ONE Atomweight Muay Thai World Champion Stamp Fairtex continued her rise through the ranks with another exciting victory. Stamp put together another masterful striking performance, dominating fellow Thai warrior Sunisa “Thunderstorm” Srisen to earn win number five in her young career. At the sound of the first round bell, Stamp came out aggressively, looking for the Thai clinch. Once she had Srisen secured in close quarters, Stamp began unloading on a plethora of hard knees to the midsection. Srisen showed incredible toughness in enduring Stamp’s offensive barrage, but the end came shortly after. Stamp capitalized on a botched takedown from Srisen, winding up on her opponent’s back where she finished the bout with a series of punches. In a mixed martial arts catchweight contest, Brazilian newcomer Fabricio “Wonder Boy” Andrade made an impressive ONE Championship debut, dominating Mark “Tyson” Fairtex Abelardo of New Zealand and the Philippines en route to a spectacular finish within two rounds. Action started off on the feet in the first round, with each man landing significant power shots. Abelardo stalked and chased Andrade across the ring, but the Brazilian showed poise and was able to pick the Filipino-Kiwi apart from the outside. In the second round, Andrade continued his elusive movement, peppering Abelardo from range before swiftly taking his back when the opportunity presented itself. From there, Andrade latched onto in a deep rear-naked choke. Abelardo faded rapidly, and was effectively put to sleep as the referee called a halt to the contest. Kicking off the action at ONE: NO SURRENDER were Thai striking superstars “The Angel Warrior” Panpayak Jitmuangnon and "The Kicking Machine" Superlek Kiatmoo9, who squared off in a three-round ONE Super Series Muay Thai contest. This was the first time the two flyweights met inside the ONE Championship ring, after having faced each other multiple instances before in Thailand’s biggest arenas. Superlek was aggressive to start the bout, connecting on a series of combinations in the opening round. Panpayak scored with a handful of solid counter shots in the second frame, as Superlek continued his onslaught. In the third and final round, Superlek repeatedly found a home for his right kick on Panpayak’s body, as he ran away with a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards. Official results for ONE: NO SURRENDER ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Championship: Rodtang Jitmuangnon defeats Petchdam Petchyindee Academy by Majority Decision (MD) after 5 rounds ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Championship: Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy defeats Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex by Majority Decision (MD) after 5 rounds Kickboxing Featherweight bout: Superbon defeats Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds Mixed Martial Arts Atomweight bout: Stamp Fairtex defeats Sunisa Srisen by TKO (Strikes) at 3:59 minutes of round 1 Mixed Martial Arts Catch Weight (67.0 KG) bout: Fabricio Andrade defeats Mark Fairtex Abelardo by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:11 minutes of round 2 Muay Thai Flyweight bout: Superlek Kiatmoo9 defeats Panpayak Jitmuangnon by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 1st, 2020

Fil-Kiwi hoops prospect Ken Tuffin still keen on FEU stint

With national team questions surrounding him as of late, the 6-foot-4 swingman said he has his sights locked on coming home to Morayta to finish his studies and final playing year......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 31st, 2020

FEU s Tuffin called up to New Zealand national team

The 6'4" swingman was included in the New Zealand Tall Blacks' pool for the Olympic and Commonwealth games squads on Wednesday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 30th, 2020

Tuffin, Airs NZ NBL season comes to a close at hands of Jets

Ken Tuffin's first foray in the Sal's New Zealand Basketball League is over after he and Taranaki bowed to Manawatu, 95-105, Thursday in the semifinals of the 2020 Season inside the Trusts Arena. The Airs put up a good fight in the middle periods, but the Jets' strong start and finer finish were much too much to overcome. Tuffin and company fell victim to a 34-point opening salvo by Manatuwa and then a 38-25 finisher in the final frame. The Far Eastern University captain had six points to his name in his last game of the season. As always, Taranaki was led by MVP contenders Derone Raukawa and Marcel Jones with the former finishing with 32 points, five assists, five rebounds, and two steals and the latter ending with 25 markers, 13 boards, and six dimes. The two, however, were frustrated into turning the ball over a combined 12 times. For Manawatu, Thomas Vodanich topped the scoring column with 28 points while former De La Salle University foreign student-athlete Taane Samuel wound up with 23 markers of his own. The Jets now head into a winner-take-all Finals matchup opposite the Otago Nuggets. On the other hand, the Airs settled for a semifinals finish. Still, that is a big-time improvement from their 3-15 showing a season ago. And for Tuffin, the experience would be nothing but a big boost for his return to the Tamaraws. "Now, I'll just get my body stronger and return to FEU for my final year, whenever they'll need me," he said in the post-game interview organized by Smart Sports. For sure, the 6-foot-4 forwards campaign in the NZ NBL was a personal triumph as it let him be in the middle of the action in international play. Throughout the tournament, Tuffin did nothing but impress, even catching the eye of New Zealand's national basketball team. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 30th, 2020

Ken Tuffin, Taranaki follow Marcel Jones lead into NZ NBL semis

Ken Tuffin bounced back, Wednesday at the Trusts Arena and so did Taranaki to stay alive and kicking in the 2020 Sal's New Zealand National Basketball League. Tuffin contributed nine points, but it was Marcel Jones' game-long brilliance that propelled the Mountainairs past very game Franklin, 99-90, and into the semifinals. Jones scattered 31 points all throughout, most importantly, scoring 11 of his output in the 24-8 third quarter run that erased a six-point deficit and erected a 72-62 advantage for his side. Tuffin's triple capped off that run, giving Taranaki the lead they would never relinquish. Derone Raukawa joined in on the fun in the final frame and wound up with 28 points, seven assists, seven rebounds, and three steals himself. Jones also collected 10 rebounds, seven assists, and two blocks to make sure the Mountainairs moved on to a semifinals duel with archrival Manawatu on Thursday. Dominique Kelman-Poto paced the Bulls with 31 points, the last three of which even pulled them within three, 85-88, inside the last four minutes. Raukawa and Jones held down the fort for Taranaki, however, as they avenged their bitter 65-92 loss to the very same Franklin team to end the elimination round. With the much-welcome win, Tuffin and company now turn their attention to the Jets in the knockout semifinals still to be streamed live on Smart Sports Facebook. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 29th, 2020

Tuffin, Taranaki bounce back as NZ NBL celebrates Filipino Night

In a game day giving shine to Filipinos, Ken Tuffin impressed yet again to help Taranaki get back into the win column in the 2020 Sal’s National Basketball League. Tuffin fired 15 points in the Mountainairs’ balanced attack as they finished off the Otago Nuggets, 107-81, Wednesday at the Trusts Arena. The Filipino-Kiwi also added five rebounds and two steals while four other teammates were in double-digits led by Derone Raukawa with 23 points. The contest was close in the first half until Taranaki turned it on in the third quarter and dominated their opponents, 68-35, the rest of the way. It was a big-time bounce back for the Airs who had lost back-to-back games after a 2-0 start to the season. It was a big-time performance as well for Tuffin who, alongside Otago’s Richie Rodger, was featured in the league’s first-ever Filipino Night. Tuffin is headed right back to Far Eastern University after his stint in the NZ NBL. Rodger, meanwhile, haa yet to express his future plans, but his initial commitment was to the University of the East. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 1st, 2020

FEU s Tuffin makes waves in New Zealand semi-pro debut

In his semi-pro debut, the Filipino-Kiwi forward posted a decent 10 points, four rebounds, two assists statline in Taranaki's 107-85 win over opponents Franklin......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 25th, 2020

NBL draftee Ken Tuffin: My career in FEU is NOT over

Ken Tuffin will be back for his fifth and final year for Far Eastern University. This, even though he just got drafted to play in the New Zealand National Basketball League (NBL). "For the moment, I'm going to play in the NBL, BUT with every intention of returning to FEU," he said. "Whenever FEU wants me to return to campus for training (for UAAP 83), I will fly back to the Philippines." The 23-year-old was selected in the seventh round of the 2020 NBL Draft by the Taranaki. The Mountainairs are scheduled to open the New Zealand semi-pro league's 39th season on June 23. There, Tuffin, one of a total of 84 players who got drafted, would be making his league debut for a side looking to improve on its 3-15 standing from last season. The Tamaraws' captain made it crystal clear, however, that all of this is only for the moment - meaning he would 100 percent play his last season in green and gold. As he put it, "My collegiate career in FEU is NOT over. I applied for the NBL Draft as an amateur and  (Taranaki) picked me as an amateur because I explained to them my situation." He then continued, "I've got the full support of athletic director Mark Molina and head coach Olsen Racela. I talked to them both before putting my name in the draft and they were very positive." Tuffin then furthered that ultimately, his dream is to play in the professional league in the country he has come to love. "The PBA is definitely the long-term goal, for sure. But first, I want to finish my college career in FEU and graduate before deciding what's next," he said. He then continued, "I'm just focused on the present and the opportunity I have right now to get better by playing competitive basketball." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 15th, 2020