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  • Stepheson Ready to Face Famed Philippine Basketball Physicality

    If there’s one thing Alex Stepheson promises to Meralco, it’s that he won’t back down from any challenges.

    And on Sunday, the hulking reinforcement had his first brush with the famed Philippine physicality when the Bolts played NLEX in the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup.

  • Suns offense stays hot against Charlotte in home win

    The Phoenix Suns’ offense caught fire in the first half, but didn’t get the memo that they were supposed to cool off in the second.

    The Suns beat the Charlotte Hornets 120-103 behind a 59% shooting performance, their best of the season. Six Suns players scored in double figures and they had 30 assists, their second time reaching that mark this season.

  • TALK N TEXT finishes off GINKINGS with 104-92 win

    All eyes were fixed on Jason Castro “the Blur” took the floor at the Alonte Sports Arena in Biñan, Laguna Sunday night  to claim a 104-92 victory and secure the No. 1 seed in the PBA Governors' Cup .

  • The huge draw that is Barangay Ginebra

    IT goes without saying that in the Philippine Basketball Association, the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel team is a huge draw. When the Kings are on center court, practically everything is abuzz.

  • Titans clash: Beermen take on Elasto Painters

    THE much-anticipated battle between the top two teams finally takes place as sizzling San Miguel Beer and Rain or Shine collide in a titanic clash in the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup.

    Winners of six straight, the top-ranked Beermen (7-1) are on a roll and they plan on continuing their surge, but the second-running Elasto Painters (5-2) are likewise on a streak.

  • TNT clobbers Rain or Shine

    Jayson Castro took advantage of a well-executed screen

  • TNT KaTropa race to 3-2 semifinal series lead

    THE TNT KaTropa are just a win away from returning to the finals of the Philippine Basketball Association after beating the defending champions San Miguel Beermen, 101-94, in Game Five of their best-of-seven Philippine Cup semifinal series last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

  • TNT KaTropa, Meralco resume sibling rivalry

    THREE teams want to reclaim a piece of the top spot while one wants to continue its move up the standings as the 2016-17 Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup resumes.

    Streaking TNT KaTropa, winners of two in a row and holding a 2-1 card, resumes its sibling rivalry with the Meralco Bolts (1-1) in their 7 p.m. clash.

    Blackwater Elite and Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, both at 2-1, who want to keep their place up top will part ways when they face off at 4:15 p.m. at the Smart Araneta Coliseum today, Friday, December 9.

  • Tolentino to rejoin new-look Wang’s Ballclub

    WANG'S  Ballclub is bringing in multi-titled coach Loreto “Ato” Tolentino to  bolster its chances in  the coming 2017 PBA Developmental  League.

    Tolentino, one of the countrys most successful coaches in the  collegiate  scene,  will join  the coaching  staff as its  chief consultant in  the tournament  which kicks off on Jan. 17.

    Tolentino, now 70,  will sit on  the bench alongside team  owner-manager   Alex Wang  and coach  Pablo Lucas.

  • Tourney leaders Beermen return after 10-day break

    AFTER a 10-day break from live action, the defending PBA Philippine Cup champions San Miguel Beermen return, battling the Meralco Bolts in the main game of the final playdate in 2016 of the league today at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.

    Set for 7 p.m., the Beermen (4-1), who was last seen in action in an out-of-town game against the NLEX Road Warriors in Cagayan de Oro on Dec. 17, will try to maintain their winning ways and keep hold of the top spot in the standings while adding to the struggles of the Bolts (2-3), losers of their last two assignments.

  • Wright hits game-winner vs Meralco

    Hotshots beat the Meralco Bolts, 104-103, and keep their Oppo PBA Governors’ Cup campaign alive after a thrilling match on Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena.