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Posts Tagged ‘Commissioner’s Cup

Meralco Bolts And Constant Change

March 2, 2013

In a sport like basketball, change is constant. Injuries happen unannounced. Trades get sealed by higher management and players suddenly switch teams. Coaches get fired and replaced by a newbie, a long-time assistant or a veteran coach with solid credentials. No matter what, change is constant. Just like what Ryan Gregorio is dealing with at […]

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 […]

Teamwork, Pivotal In San Mig Coffee’s First Win

February 28, 2013

San Mig Coffee’s first victory for the Commissioner’s Cup last week against Talk ‘N Text underscored once more the importance of teamwork. After losing by an average margin of 19 points in its first three games, San Mig showed better ball movement and played to the team’s strengths, which allowed the Mixers to pull off […]