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Displaying articles 271 to 280.OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: PH in 1954 World Men's Basketball Championship
Sat, 18 Aug 2018
This is the continuation of an article that appeared in last Saturday?s issue about year 1954 as the most memorable moment in the history of Philippine basketball. That first story dealt on the highlights of how our dri
1954: Memorable for PH basketball
Fri, 17 Aug 2018
PH team captain Rafael Hechanova.
Year 1954 went into the records as the most memorable moment in the history of Philippine basketball.
In a span of six months, Filipino basketeers scored a double whammy by, first,
From 1951 to 1962, Pinoy cagers lorded it over their counterparts in Asiad
Thu, 16 Aug 2018
In streaking to four straight Asian Games title wins in basketball from 1951 to 1962, the Philippines emerged victors in 23 games and losing only once.
The Filipinos had, in fact, emerged triumphant in 14 of their 16 outings in c
Kahn issues warning on Pacquiao, others
Thu, 16 Aug 2018
British welterweight Amir Khan?s fight against Samuel Vargas is set September 8 yet, but this early, he?s made a warning to Filipino Manny Pacquiao and others who will come his way next.
The 31-year-old Khan (32-4, 20 KO
The ignominy of the PH-Kazakhstan game in 2014 Asiad
Wed, 15 Aug 2018
The Philippine basketball team battles Kazakhstan on Thursday, opening its campaign in basketball competitions of the 18th Asian Games and trying to erase the ignominy of the experience its predecessor suffe
Pacquiao tells Arum: "No Deal"
Tue, 14 Aug 2018
Top Rank founder and CEO Bob Arum arrived in the country on a private plane in a huff on Friday and left hours later empty-handed.
The 86-year-old lawyer-promoter travelled to Manny Pacquiao?s hometown General Santos Ci
Curry misses cut at Web.com Tour but wins more on goodwill
Mon, 13 Aug 2018
Back-to-back NBA Most Valuable Player Steph Curry missed the cut and ended up dead last at the recent Web.com Ellie Mae Classic but it didn?t matter.
What mattered most was the Golden State Warriors point guard and wife Ayes
"Never say die" PH basketball team
Sun, 12 Aug 2018
A team willing and determined to bring honors to the country and will carry the Philippines? red, white and blue colors in basketball hostilities of the forthcoming 18h Asian Games in Indonesia.
This was what head coach Yeng Guiao thinks of the lineup he finalized just three days ago can be able
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Asian Game: How it came about
Sat, 11 Aug 2018
Before the Asian Games were held among the best athletes in the region, a tripartite meet known as the Far Eastern Championship Games existed among Japan, the Philippines and China. The First Far Eastern Games were first held in Manila in 1913 with six participating nations. Ten more Far Eastern Gam
ARUM VISITS PACQUIAO UNANNOUNCED
Fri, 10 Aug 2018
The race as to which promotional outfit will handle Filipino ring hero Manny Pacquiao?s next fight is believed to have been started.
And if the arrival of the veteran international matchmaker Bob Arum in the country is to be th