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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 […]

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 […]

What James Yap & San Mig Need To Do In The Series

December 26, 2012

Watching his team get hammered in Game 4 was like adding up another injury to walking-wounded James Yap (right knee) following San Mig Coffee’s 72-98 Christmas Day defeat at the hands of a gritty Rain or Shine squad Tuesday night at the MOA Arena. Yap had been playing through a bum knee, which he suffered […]