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The exhibition games are on Sunday.
The games are no more than an exhibition matches in the name of charity, but don't expect these PBA greats to go easy on each other.Former PBA stars who played for San Miguel, Alaska, Purefoods, and Barangay Ginebra showed they mean business when ...
 
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Obviously.
February started off big for NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal as he opened his first Los Angeles restaurant simply named Shaquille’s. It stands right next to the Staples Center where The Big Diesel helped deliver three NBA championships, with a Shaq-sized door for the ...
 
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Mark helped establish what Philippine wrestling is all about.
Philippine Wrestling Revolution gave its fans exactly what they paid for at PWR Live: New Year’s Wrestle-ution, their first show of the year. There were unexpected debuts, shocking returns, and solid matches throughout the event.Of course, as usual, all eyes were on Mr. Philippine Wrestling himself, Jake ...
 
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About time!
At Super Bowl LIII, much will be the same as years before: the Patriots will mount a formidable offense, the halftime show will fizzle, and confetti will fly when the clock hits zero. But along the sidelines, two men will be cheering ...
 
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It pays homage to Fox Theater
Under Armour and Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry havefinally released the 6th installment of the three-time NBA champion’s signature shoes.The Curry 6 features Under Armour’s full length HOVR cushioning system and pays homage to the Fox Theater for its first colorway. Its neon green outsole and orange midsole on an ...
 
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Sports was a big influence in their lives.
You know them as politicians, dancers, actors, models—excelling in their chosen fields like business, showbiz and government service. But you may be surprised to know that these personalities have a competitive side, that of being accomplished athletes, who, in their time made ...
 
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As one of this generationâs best actresses, she can rock any role she puts her mind to
When it's time to choose a beverage to chug after those push-ups and sit-ups, there are tons of options out there: ice-cold water, pure squeezed fruit juice, or the thirst-quenching sports drink. But there’s one more post-workout recovery drink you should add to your list: chocolate ...
 
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Chris Tiu is a hero to emulate on and off the court.
Destiny chooses no one. Some are born for greatness, while some are built.Chris Tiu would like to believe he's more of the second."I believe in destiny, for one. But I believe that our destiny is also largely determined by how we make decisions, ...
 
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He played for Rain or Shine for six seasons.
Chris Tiu has made it official.The 33-year-old guard has hung his sneakers for good, ending what has been a six-season run with Rain or Shine.In a short Twitter post on Tuesday, Tiu wrote: "My heartfelt gratitude to every person who has been part ...
 
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Artist Ran Carmona creates a magical saga with her artwork.
In 2016, artist Ran Carmona became viral for her interpretations of the logos of UAAP schools. She personified each emblem as animé characters (except the National University Bulldogs who looked like bipedal canines). Now, at the height of UAAP fever, Ran took her ...
 
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The Ateneo Blue Eagles and UP Fighting Maroons face off in the UAAP finals after three decades.
Behind talk on UP and Ateneo’s much awaited reunion on court for the University Athletic Association of the Philippines’ (UAAP) Season 81 basketball finals is a little known fact veiled to many—that the two had been the first rivals even before the ...
 
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Game 2 of the UAAP Men's Basketball Finals will now have to be regular-sized epic, not epic epic.
The University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons battle the Ateneo De Manila Blue Eagles in Game 2 of the UAAP men’s basketball championship on Wednesday, December 5. Naturally, people are on edge, especially students and alumni of both schools.But excitement about the ...
 
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He not only wrote back to his young fan, but he also actually fixed the problem.
t is exhausting to live in the world right now. It feels like everything is burning down around us, because, well... it actually kind of is. Which is why it's not just nice but downright reinvigorating when someone does an actual good ...
 
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In 1986, the last time the University of the Philippines' men's basketball team took the championships, the country was just emerging from a dark period of its history. Then, as now, we all find hope in the team's joy.
Utak at puso. This is the University of the Philippines’ current battle cry, and it came from the Pep Squad’s 2015 routine. Utak at puso sometimes seem to be the only things going on for the state university, whose sports funds are measly, compared ...
 
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Congratulations, Fighting Maroons!
That screaming you just heard from your officemates huddled around the UAAP livestream was the sound of victory coming from the UP Fighting Maroons. The Maroons have been the sentimental favorites—and scrappy underdogs—of the entire UAAP basketball season, and they have just upset ...
 
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Numbers have been declining for these cagers.
Numbers don’t lie: Seven finals trips and six titles in the last 12 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) conferences. No team dominated the competition quite like the San Miguel Beermen these past four years. They would also like you to believe the dominant run ...
 
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Next: Michael Jordan (32,292 points)
With 31,425 points under his belt, LeBron James has passed Wilt Chamberlain for the fifth spot on the NBA's all-time scoring list.The Los Angeles Lakers superstar pulled off the incredible yet somewhat expected feat in a win over the Portland Trail Blazers, 126-117, their fourth ...
 
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Joshua Saret's story is that of what-could've-beens.
The ring once felt as big as a bathtub for Joshua Saret, who, as a high school phenom, once scored 89 points for Jose Rizal University in a single NCAA juniors game–a record that remains untouched to this day.Almost a decade later, he's ...
 
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Sports commentator Chiqui Pablo did a little too much commenting.
Female athletes just can’t seem to catch a break. The scene: last September 21, during a Philippines vs Korea match for the 2018 Asian Women’s Volleyball Cup. Dennise “Denden” Lazaro comes under commentator Chiqui Pablo’s scrutiny. Pablo can be overheard saying “Alisin ...
 
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He did not call Filipinos stupid, ok
Steph Curry, hands down, is one of the biggest basketball stars in the world–a three-time NBA champion and two-time MVP admired by millions of fans including a lot of Filipinos who easily identify with his lithe frame and indomitable will.So it came as a surprise to us when ...