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    #261
    ^ hahaha. hindi ko matandaan e. basta ung kasama nung welcome sa davao. baka ung sa kabilang team, ung hindi sa pba.

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    #262
    Quote Originally Posted by fLaKeZ
    pero mas ayoko kasing mawala yang 2 na yan. hahaha. siguro si calaguio na lang bitawan nila kung magkakataon. haha
    i agree...

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    #263
    Quote Originally Posted by akuma
    talo na naman SMB...(as usual) 85-80...
    panalo sta. lucia...

    Malas ata yung "hairdo" ni Ildefonso. He-he! Ang sagwa eh! Kaya napagtatatalo.

    La lang..........

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    #264
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap
    Malas ata yung "hairdo" ni Ildefonso. He-he! Ang sagwa eh! Kaya napagtatatalo.

    La lang..........
    mejo matino na nga lagay na yan eh... dati kasi may kulay pa(brown)...

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    #265
    Quote Originally Posted by akuma
    mejo matino na nga lagay na yan eh... dati kasi may kulay pa(brown)...
    hahaha. oo nga, dati de kulay pa ung buhok niya. haha

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    #266
    any news kung nanalo smb kagabi?? di ko kasi napanood eh... 1st quarter lang... thanks..

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    #267
    San Miguel Beer’s long wait is over, Alaska’s just got stretched even more.


    The Beermen gutted out a 66-62 win over the Aces Wednesday night to break out of almost a month-long slump in the San Mig Coffee-PBA Fiesta Conference at the Araneta Coliseum.

    “Wins are hard to come by for San Miguel Beer right now,” admitted SMB coach Jong Uichico of the triumph that snapped their four-game losing streak and fortuitously came just before the All-Stars break.



    “It’s nice to end up winning before sa break na ito because we can work on some things that we need to really work on.”



    Alaska’s own downward spiral is now pegged at five straight games and it was all due to the inability of the Aces to match the Beermen’s intensity in rebounding, defense and hitting the shots that mattered most in the endgame.



    It was Dorian Pena who bailed SMB out of another poor shooting night, coming up with the crucial points and big rebounds to finish with team-highs of 15 points and 14 boards, nine of them offensive.



    Alaska’s Jeffrey Cariaso had a game-high 17 points and Reynel Hugnatan 12 points, but even those could not offset the dismal seven points by Tee McClary, who was hobbled when he re-injured his brittle right ankle in the first half.



    In contrast, SMB import Kwan Johnson lit up in the most crucial stages, bucking a two-point first half to finish with 11 points and eight rebounds to go with three assists and as many steals.



    Also taking their big tolls on the Aces were the fouling out of Don Carlos Allado with still 6:40 left in the game, the seven-minute benching of McClary after he committed his fifth foul at the 10:30 mark of the fourth quarter and the ejection of coach Tim Cone after his second technical with still 1:01 left in the game.



    In the end, San Miguel finished with a field shooting percentage of only 31.6 percent (25-of-79) while Alaska shot just slightly better at 37.7 percent (23-of-61). The Aces also failed to score in the final two minutes.



    Pena’s two follow-ups and basket enabled SMB to charge from a 63-62 count and into a 66-62 lead, his last offensive rebound seemingly coming over the back of Hugnatan that caused Cone to vehemently protest and draw his second “T.”



    The Aces also failed to fully pounce on the opportunity when the Beermen missed their first 12 shots from the field in the third period, managing to increase a hairline 28-27 edge to just 34-28.



    When the Beermen managed to find some shooting touch, they went on to sink six of their last 10 shots and post a 49-47 lead into the final period.



    It was a low-scoring game from the get-go and at the shorter end of it was SMB, which went eerily dry for almost a four-minute span in the second quarter after taking a 25-22 lead. (NCo)

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    #268
    yahoooo!!!! nanalo din sa wakas!

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    #269
    yehey!! nanalo din... sana magtuloy tuloy na...
    pba all stars muna...

    thanks sa info KG21...

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    #270
    sino nakapanood ng slam dunk kanina?

    grabe pala tong si canaleta! ang lupet mag dunk, siguro siya na pinakamalupit mag dunk sa pba of all time. kala mo nba player ung nagdudunk.

    nag attempt siya sa free throw, kaso lampas ung paa niya, pero konti lang din. pero mukhang kaya naman niya kung susubukan niya ulit dahil mukhang hindi naman siya hirap don sa pagtalon. naiarte pa niya nung nag dunk siya.

    pinaka best na dunk niya ung between the legs, though common na un sa nba, sa pba rare un! hehehe

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