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A day before the 2016 NBA Draft, a top prospect from Michigan named Caris LeVert poured his heart out in an open letter addressed to “NBA GMs.” In the nearly 1,900-word letter, LeVert introduced his legend to his audience, wooing them with stories on adversity and resiliency. He wrote about the death of his father, …
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Alaska Aces 100 – Meralco Bolts 95 (Series tied 1-1) The Alaska Aces built a big enough lead in the first three quarters to withstand a furious fourth quarter rally from the Meralco Bolts. The Aces broke the seven-game winning streak of the Bolts that stretched all the way back to the eliminations. More importantly, …
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NBA results: November 13, 2018 Orlando Magic (109) – Washington Wizards (117) Phildelphia 76ers (124) – Miami Heat (114) New Orleans Pelicans (126) – Toronto Raptors (110) Dallas Mavericks (103) – Chicago Bulls (98) Utah Jazz (96) – Memphis Grizzlies (88) Brooklyn Nets (113) – Minnesota Timberwolves (120) Phoenix Suns (101) – OKC Thunder (118) …
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By now, you’ve seen the confetti, the matching three-peat shirts, the post-game interviews of players crying while they hug their parents, the scoreboard that read a dominant 71-56 over the Lyceum Pirates. But the San Beda Red Lions, with all their intensity, have even more winning moments that happened off-camera. Here are some of their …
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The UAAP Juniors Division tipped off over the weekend, and it was met with little to no fanfare. Don’t mistake that for a league that lacks quality. They’re simply a victim of bad timing, with the league starting right as the UAAP Seniors Division Final Four race is reaching its fever pitch. The lingering question …
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Magnolia Hotshots 101 – Barangay Ginebra 97 (Magnolia leads 2-0) The Magnolia Hotshots weathered another furious rally by the Barangay Ginebra to get their second win in the Smeifinals. The Hotshots are now one win away from eliminating the defending Governor’s Cup champions. Romeo Travis once again led the Hotshots with 25 points, 12 rebounds …
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One of the rising stars of the young Brooklyn Nets will have likely miss the rest of the season after suffering a gruesome leg injury. Near the end of the of the first half in the game between the Nets and the Minnesota Timberwolves, Caris LeVert went up high to block a fast break attempt …
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SBU Red Lions 71 – LPU Pirates 56 (Red Lions win 2-0) The San Beda Red Lions are once again the kings of the NCAA. The Red Lions swept the Lyceum Pirates in the NCAA Finals to complete their third three-peat since 2006. They’ve now won 11 of the last 13 NCAA championships, further establishing …
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NBA results: November 12, 2018 Charlotte Hornets (113) – Detroit Pistons (103) Indiana Pacers (103) – Houston Rockets (115) Orlando Magic (115) – New York Knicks (89) Milwaukee Bucks (121) – Denver Nuggets (114) Boston Celtics (94) – Portland Trail Blazers (100) Atlanta Hawks (106) – LA Lakers (107) Three things that happened in the …
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Prince Eze is literally the biggest reason for the resurgence of the Perpetual Altas this season. After finishing last season at ninth place with a 4-14 record, Perpetual rose all the way up to fourth place with an 11-7 record. Eze’s season-long dominance was a key reason why the Altas made it back to the …
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