List of Articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 91 to 100.NBA: Winning a war of nerves, and more
02 Jun 2016
THE “WAR OF NERVES” predicted by Philboxing.com top man Dong Secuya hours before Game 7 of the NBA Western Conference Finals in Oakland, California, did happen.
There’s an eerie difference though in that the Golden
OKC Thunderstruck: Maturity matters
31 May 2016
THE LOSING coach failed to state what exactly happened for them to drop an expected big win in Game 6 of the NBA Western Conference Finals.
Oklahoma City coach Billy Donavan could only mumble that it was not his might
Johnriel Casimero, great world title winner
29 May 2016
IN the photo gallery presented by Philboxing.com of the world flyweight boxing championship in Beijing on Wednesday, the loser was down clutching at his waistline. He was trying very hard to breathe through a killing
No savior in sight for endangered Warriors
26 May 2016
When Russell Westbrook scored a long hard basket from deep left with 3:15 minutes left in Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals yesterday, the home coliseum erupted, white-clad fans all stood up as one, ce
Can Thunderstruck Golden State still be saved?
24 May 2016
The Golden State Warriors haven’t lost two in a row over the last 87 games.
The defending NBA champions, mark it, had previously gone down 2-1 on the road in the post-season, but managed to strike back magnificently all
Roger O: Politicians are all rotten
22 May 2016
DID Roger O. try to dig in for Mayor Rody Duterte of Davao City in the last presidential election?
No way sir, said Marilyn, mother of a young basketball aspirant whom Roger O. was trying to help through college.
Roger O. was the committed nationalist writer Rogelio L. Ordonez from Alapan, Imu
Can lightning strike twice in West Finals?
19 May 2016
RUSSEL Westbrook said they did not play their best in Game One of the NBA Western Conference Finals.
That’s not easy to believe.
OK, it may not be their best, but the Oklahoma City Thunder were easily at their fiercest d
To Manny Pacquiao: Is it go or no-go?
16 May 2016
THIS is an urgent appeal to incoming Philippine senator Manny Pacquiao to make known his final decision whether to box or not to box in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
We are not supposed to rush him up. Pacquiao, in the first pl
Count on Duterte to dig in for sports
15 May 2016
IT’S ONE big topic that’s usually overlooked at the height of national presidential races: Would the eventual winner dare to do anything new or better for the country’s sports program?
Will Digong (Duterte) dig in for Philippine
Duterte, the last hope, now a cult
08 May 2016
RONY Tobias, a shy, smiling breadmaker, will never be caught wondering about the phenomenal support and adulation the controversial presidential race frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte continues to draw despite hysterical and breathles