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PBA: NorthPort, Columbian Dyip score wins as Governors’ Cup opens

NorthPort weathered a fourth-quarter fightback by Rain Or Shine to complete a 99-94 triumph over the Elasto Painters on Friday in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City Friday. Mychal Ammons paced the Batang ...

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NCAA 95: Letran gets payback on Baste to get back on track

Photo by Josh Albelda, ABS-CBN Sports Colegio de San Juan de Letran exacted revenge on one of its tormentors in the first round of the NCAA 95 Men’s Basketball Tournament, rampaging through San Sebastian College-Recoletos in the final frame for ...

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Eumir Marcial assured of silver, but eyes gold at World Boxing Championships

The Philippines’ Eumir Marcial outpointed Kulakhamet Tursynbay of Kazakhstan to advance to the gold-medal match in the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships in Yekateriburg, Russia on Friday. Marcial, who is assured of a silver medal, takes on hometown bet Bakshi ...

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Amid spotless record, rising pro boxer from Ifugao wants tougher challengers

Carl Jammes Martin has knocked out 12 of his 13 opponents in a remarkable streak that’s exciting his growing followers. But for the Ifugao-raised boxer himself, there’s nothing to be hyped up for yet, as he sees the need to ...

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UAAP: Holder Ateneo dominates La Salle in women’s badminton

Defending champion Ateneo began its title defense by dominating La Salle 5-0 in UAAP Season 82 women’s badminton in Quezon City on Friday. Led by captains Chanelle Lunod and Geva De Vera, the Lady Eagles came out on top as ...

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NBA: Nets show Durant in new No. 7 jersey, Irving working out

No. 7 on the hat finally on the chest First look at KD in the Nets threads 🔥 📸 @BrooklynNets pic.twitter.com/yVoCNBUK9v — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 19, 2019 NEW YORK – Injured star Kevin Durant showed off his new jersey ...

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Cardinals blow lead, beat Cubs in 10 innings

St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter (13) celebrates his home run against the Chicago Cubs with first baseman Paul Goldschmidt (46) during the tenth inning at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports Matt Carpenter hit a go-ahead ...

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‘The Score’: The toughest players to guard him? Norman Black answers

[embedded content] Before becoming a champion coach in the pros and in college, Norman Black was one of the best American players to ever suit up in the PBA. A scoring machine in his heyday, Black, nicknamed “Mr. 100%”, faced ...

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UAAP: UE continues unbeaten start in boys’ volleyball

University of the East continues to lead the way in UAAP boys’ volleyball. Courtesy of UAAP MANILA, Philippines – University of the East survived Adamson in five sets to stretch its unbeaten run to three games in UAAP Season 82 ...

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Basketball: USA retains No. 1 FIBA world ranking

USA Basketball remains No. 1 in the FIBA world men’s rankings despite a shocking seventh-place finish at this month’s World Cup in China. World Cup gold medalist Spain remained at No. 2, with Australia jumping eight spots to No. 3, ...

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