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Heat back on familiar, and shaky, ground in the finals

Miami Heat players Chris Bosh (1), Dwyane Wade (3), LeBron James (6), Mario Chalmers, and Ray Allen (34). AP

LeBron James has been here before, with dire results.

Posted: June 18th, 2013 in Basketball,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,NBA,Photos and Videos | Read More »

Big Three takes charge for the Lady Falcons

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There’s no doubt that Adamson’s bid to end its title-drought in the heated UAAP volleyball wars depends on the performances of its Big Three.

Composed of Ma. Paulina ‘Pau’ Soriano, Sheila ‘‘Bhebs” Pineda and Luisa Mae ‘‘Mayette” Zapanta, the Big Three is well-known in the local volleyball circles as the key to the success of the Lady Falcons in the face of awesome competitions.

Posted: January 27th, 2013 in Headlines,Volleyball | Read More »

Big Bosh picks up cudgels for Heat; Injured James, Wade sit out game

Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, center, drives past Atlanta Hawks' Jeff Teague, left, and Josh Smith during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game in Atlanta on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

The unheralded member of the Big Three was left to man the fort for a depleted Miami squad Thursday.

Turns out, he was all the Heat needed to avenge their only loss of the season.

Posted: January 6th, 2012 in Basketball,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,NBA | Read More »

San Sebastian’s big three have done their work, time for bench to step up

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No one deserves lion’s heart of the credit for San Sebastian’s sturdy campaign in NCAA season 87 more than its own trusty Big Three.

Posted: October 21st, 2011 in Basketball,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,NCAA | Read More »

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