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PBA semis: TNT tries to finish Alaska off in game six

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MANILA, Philippines — Talk ‘N Text tries to wrap up its semifinal series with Alaska Friday in Game 6 of their own best-of-seven duel in the PBA Philippine Cup at Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.

The Tropang Texters, with a 3-2 lead and seeking to become the first team in 30 years to win the all-Filipino title three straight seasons, and the Aces slug it out at 6:45 p.m.

Meanwhile, former Purefoods star off-guard Glenn Capacio Thursday became the second PBA coach to lose his job within the week after Globalport appointed Junel Baculi to replace him.

Baculi starts practicing with the team Friday at the Moro Lorenzo gym.

“I’m grateful to Glenn (Capacio) for accepting the challenge as our interim coach and laying the foundation of the team,” said team owner Mikee Romero.


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