Talk ‘N Text wins PBA Philippine Cup championship

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“This championship means a lot to me, mainly because I’ve been away for so long,” said TNT head coach Norman Black, who racked up his 11th PBA championship. VIDEO BY NOY MORCOSO OF INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines – Talk ‘N Text pulled off what hasn’t been done in a long time: clinch a third straight PBA Philippine Cup championship.

The Tropang Texters reasserted their mastery over Rain or Shine 105-82  to complete a four-game sweep in their best-of-seven Finals series Wednesday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5LTTBYEQFJA3NWJ4II6PWYLCAQ gerryo

    TNT won  by 6 in game 1, by 8 in game 2, by 9 in game 3, for a total of 23 points difference in game 4 !!!!!!!!

  • oh_noh

    booorrring *ngorkssssssss*
    anyway, hats off to tnt for being so dominant!

  • INQ_reader

    Everything I need to know about basketball, I learned from my sister “just watch the last 2 minutes.”

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