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Eric Altamirano says lopsided win over Falcons a sign of maturity for ‘focused’ Bulldogs


NU coach Eric Altamirano says he is proud to see the Bulldogs focused not on the score but on playing the right way against the Falcons. Jaime Campos NATIONAL University coach Eric Altamirano said the lopsided win over Adamson on Wednesday was a sign of maturity for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs held the Falcons to

Basketball UAAP Kenneth Duremdes stays positive after young Falcons set record in scoring futility


Adamson’s first-year coach Kenneth Duremdes and assistant Vince Hizon find the carnage almost too painful to watch from the bench. Jerome Ascano ADAMSON coach Kenneth Duremdes readily took the blame for the Falcons’ sorry loss 25-62 to National University Bulldogs in their UAAP men’s basketball game Wednesday that set records for scoring futility. The Falcons’

Glen Capacio says Kia yet to go full throttle in practice as players wait for contracts


Glen Capacio, who is Manny Pacquiao’s chief assistant at Kia, is hoping the expansion team can get its offseason buildup in high gear by next week. Jerome Ascano ASSISTANT coach Glenn Capacio is looking to kick Kia Motors’ buildup into high gear next week as the Manny Pacquiao-led expansion team goes through the process of

Blackwater salvages second place in Penang with rout of Chinese Taipei


Blackwater Sports finishes the Penang tournament witha a 4-1 win-loss record. Snow Badua BLACKWATER Sports downed Chinese Taipei, 98-69, on Tuesday to salvage second place in the 2014 Penang Chief Minister’s International Cup. After a setback to Malaysia that ended Blackwater’s chances of taking the title, the Elite vented their ire on the Taiwanese, with

Basketball PBA Paul Sanga and Alvin Padilla thankful to Kia for second cracks at PBA careers


SMTM founder Nino Reyes with clients Paul Sanga, left, and Alvin Padilla. Snow Badua COUNT Paul Sanga and Alvin Padilla among the lucky few set to get second stabs at PBA careers by way of expansion team Kia Motors. Sanga is a streak-shooting guard out of the Far Eastern University Tamaraws who went undrafted in

Meet one of Robert Jaworski’s oldest and biggest fans. And he’s from Malaysia


Former Malaysian national player Fong Seng Kee played in the 1973 Asian championships (ABC) where he took the time to see Robert Jaworski play. “I still remember him and I will remember him for the rest of my life,” he says. Snow Badua   FONG Seng Kee was a member of the Malaysian national team

Day 2 and 3 of Gilas Pilipinas’ Miami camp with coach Tab Baldwin, Andray Blatche’s treat


The Philippine national men’s basketball team’s two-week training camp in Miami is already in full swing, as members of the squad start to familiarize themselves with the type of competition they are expected to face in the FIBA Basketball World Cup in August. On the second day of training, Gilas Pilipinas assistant Tab Baldwin, former

Things We Learned in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup – Part 2


A break in the “basketball never stops” schedule and an emphasis on the youth movement. Columnist Enzo Flojo analyzes what lessons Gilas must take from their FIBA experiences For all intents and purposes, our third place finish in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup in Wuhan, China was a historic accomplishment. It was the first time

Pacquiao to train alongside KIA team in Metro Manila


Manny Pacquiao and the PBA expansion franchise KIA Motors will train at the same complex as one prepares for a welterweight title defense and the other their inaugural season MANILA, Philippines – Eight-division boxing champion Manny Pacquiao and the Philippine Basketball Association expansion franchise KIA Motors will train at the same complex as one prepares

Highlights of day two of Gilas’ Miami training camp


As the saying goes, “speed kills.” For Gilas Pilipinas, day two of their training camp was about working on that advantage of theirs, speed, fine-tuning it, and making it more fatal for their opponents. “The big difference in the PBA, we need to be strong, we need to be physical because of all the grappling,”

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