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Posts Tagged ‘Barako Bull

Of LA Tenorio And Sacrifice

March 1, 2013

Shifting from being a scorer to more of a defender this conference is one huge sacrifice LA Tenorio is willing to take, if only this will ensure Barangay Ginebra’s long-term success in the PBA. If you followed Tenorio’s basketball career from his high school playing days in San Beda, on to college with the Ateneo […]

Barangay Ginebra & Never-Say-Die

February 27, 2013

Barangay Ginebra’s never-say-die attitude was at its best Wednesday night when it pummeled Barako Bull, 93-72 for its first victory in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the Big Dome. The Gin Kings showed signs of life throughout the game. They were hustling on defense, they were grabbing rebounds, the ball moved well and their shots […]

PBA Imports Who Made The Difference This Early

February 11, 2013

Except for Alaska, three other teams that figured in the semifinals of the recent PBA Philippine Cup dropped their respective Commissioner’s Cup-opening games over the weekend. Alaska hacked out a pulse-pounding 83-81 win over Philippine Cup runner-up Rain or Shine behind the buzzer-beating bank shot by Cyrus Baguio on Saturday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. […]