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Petron Management Needs To Deal The “Choking” Incident At Its Root

March 8, 2013

I’m just amazed at how level-headed Arwind Santos was in handling the “choking” incident he had with Petron teammate and import Renaldo Balkman during the final 21.6 seconds of the match where the Boosters lost to the Alaska Aces, 73-83. His action was in stark contrast with Balkman, who went ballistic in the waning seconds […]

Arwind Santos’ Loss Is Petron’s Gain

February 7, 2013

Arwind Santos’ non-inclusion in the 17-man national pool by coach Chot Reyes can well be a blessing in disguise for the 6’3″ Petron forward. Since Santos won’t be part of the Gilas Pilipinas national pool, his mind is now focused on one thing – help Petron win the Commissioner’s Cup with the help of NBA […]

PBA’s All-Out Support Means Seeing The Best Players Play

January 11, 2013

The current generation of PBA superstars was not yet born when the Philippines hosted and won its last Asian’s basketball championships in 1973 in Manila. Robert Jaworski, Bogs Adornado, Mon Fernandez, Manny Paner, Jimmy Mariano, and the late Tembong Melencio bannered the RP squad that ruled the Asian championships (now known as Fiba Asia men’s […]