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Blog » LeBron tweets us back, and the message is surprising

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If it wasn’t for the NBA lockout, this tweet from Miami Heat star LeBron James to me—yes, to me-—which caused quite a stir in Twitterverse’s basketball corner wouldn’t have happened. Lebron James—seemingly bored while waiting for the Liverpool-Manchester United match—was taking questions from his fans on Twitter last Saturday. And again, if it wasn’t for [...]

Posted: October 19th, 2011 in Basketball,Blog,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,NBA,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

Blog » With Cone in the middle, B-Meg and Alaska finally cross paths

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The search for heroes and villains in the looming B-Meg-Alaska battle snaked through airport roads and crawled past religious processions before finally landing within arms length of an iconic basketball coach Saturday evening. “For sure, there’ll be a lot of sympathy for Fred [Uytengsu, Alaska owner],” said the coach, who has enough insight into the [...]

Posted: October 11th, 2011 in Basketball,Blog,Latest Sports Stories,PBA,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

Blog » Aguilar, Talk ‘N Text could find redemption in each other

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Talk ‘N Text could not have picked a better way to dust off the patchwork job it had done on its derailed war machine, right in its first game since Petron ripped the hinges off the Texters’ Grand Slam bid.

Posted: October 8th, 2011 in Blog,Latest Sports Stories,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

UAAP Finals: Nico Salva makes his imprint in Ateneo’s ‘four-peat’

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SALVA SOARS. FEU’s RR Garcia is blocked by Ateneo’s Nico Salva (left) as Emman Monfort (right) helps him out in defense in the first game of the 74th UAAP finals at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Sept. 24, 2011. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

With Ateneo’s slew of stars led by Greg Slaughter and Kiefer Ravena, if there was one player overlooked and under-appreciated perhaps it would be Nico Salva.

Posted: October 4th, 2011 in Blog,Featured UAAP article,Latest Sports Stories,Photos and Videos,Player of the Week,Tirang Alahoy,UAAP | Read More »

The UAAP Finals: Reign vs Redemption

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At the tailend of another gruelling season of the UAAP men’s basketball tournament, two of the toughest teams remain – one eager to extend its reign for a fourth straight year, the other seeking redemption from last year’s meltdown. They meet again for the second straight year, but just how different are the two teams now?

Posted: September 23rd, 2011 in Basketball,Blog,Latest Sports Stories,Tirang Alahoy,UAAP | Read More »

Blog ► Did Don Allado just poke a hypothetical gun at a mystery fan?

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Does anyone know what happened between Josh Vanlandingham and a fan at the Araneta Coliseum Friday night?

Posted: July 23rd, 2011 in Blog,Latest Sports Stories,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

Blog ► We’re betting on Ateneo

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First off, an admission. We did mess up big time when we penciled University of the Philippines as a Final Four squad in Season 73. Not only did we flub that call, we flubbed it big time. The Maroons failed to win a single game, crashing to the cellar amid the debris of alumni intrigues [...]

Posted: July 8th, 2011 in Blog,Latest Sports Stories,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

Blog» Ladies and gentlemen, the Big Beauwitzki

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Big Beau Belga raining treys? That’s what happened in Rain or Shine’s recent victory over Air21. Belga, the wide-bodied center of the Painters, went 3-for-3 from downtown in a match that might earn him a new nickname. Beauwitzki. Even when adjusting sizes relative to the average size of the league, about the only thing Belga [...]

Posted: June 16th, 2011 in Blog,Latest Sports Stories,Tirang Alahoy | Read More »

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