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PBA approves blockbuster deal

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MANILA, Philippines —The PBA has given the go-signal on two separate trade proposals Tuesday afternoon.

Barako Bull swingman Ronald Tubid will head to Petron Blaze in exchange for Alex Mallari and Jojo Duncil.

Mallari though, was sent to San Mig Coffee along with Barako Bull forward Leo Najorda, guard Lester Alvarez and a 2014 first round pick for JC Intal, Jonas Villanueva and Aldrech Ramos.

The roster shake up continued following another PBA approval that shipped Barako Bull’s Ramos to Alaska for Mac Baracael, who was then traded to Barangay Ginebra San Miguel for Allein Maliksi.

The PBA Commissioner’s Cup opens on February 8.


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Tags: Barako Bull , PBA , Petron Blaze , Philippine Basketball Association , San Mig Coffee

  • bongsauler

    blockbuster deal? sumaryano garapon paaano namn naging blockbuster ehh mga proven 3rd stringers at mga bangko ang mga involved na players sa deal…ano ba yan, makaagaw lang ng atensyon ng mga readers kung ano anong kasinungalingan ang ginagamit na heading ng news item…un mga editors dapat di nyo pinapayagan ang mga ganitong style ng mga reporters sa dyaryo nyo…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QZ73GJNOBRAHYBAAWIKSYCS4VE paul

    sayang akala ko si yeo …dapat mawala sa petron mga spoiled



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