MANILA, Philippines --Two games. Two wins.
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It’s safe to say that most of the population that follows Filipino pop culture is still reeling from the pain of the Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla breakup. It is as if they have gone through their own heartache.
Despite volleyball’s increasing popularity across the archipelago, there is no doubt that basketball remains the country’s No. 1 sport. And with Gilas’ recent feats, fan interest has billowed to impact growing audiences in hoop leagues from pros to minnows. PBA commissioner Willie Marcial, who served as the Golden Gilas’ deputy team manager at the Hangzhou Asian Games, said how the national team fares in international competitions has a direct consequence in either dropping or raising engrossment in the sport.
MANILA, Philippines -- While the team is supposedly not that strong on paper, the Magnolia Hotshots will be banking on teamwork and chemistry as they kicks off their PBA Season 48 campaign Sunday night.
MANILA, Philippines — Barangay Ginebra coach Tim Cone said yesterday he’s taking the team to Inspire Sports Academy in Calamba for a four-day training camp starting Monday to build up for the PBA season which opens with the Commissioner’s Cup tomorrow. Ginebra’s first game is scheduled against Converge at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Nov. 17.
After only four games in the NBA season, it’s too early to declare the defending champion Denver Nuggets the runaway favorites to retain the crown even if they’re unbeaten and crushing the opposition by an average margin of 14.25 points. However, there are clear signs that despite losing Bruce Brown and Jeff Green during the summer, the Nuggets are fierce and formidable.
MANILA, Philippines — Song Kang and Kim Yoo-jung battle over a tattoo and who gets the upper hand in the official teaser for their upcoming romantic fantasy series "My Demon."
MANILA, Philippines — Stefanie Berberabe and Camille Clarin continued to gel on the court even as they took their talents from the Gilas women to the NU Lady Bulldogs in the UAAP.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on tiny quantum dots.