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  • NCAA Finals 2017: San Beda derails Lyceum, 92-82, bags championship NCAA Finals 2017: San Beda Red Lions decked Lyceum Pirates, 92-82, to capture the championship trophy in the NCAA Season 93 Men’s Basketball this Thursday at the Araneta Coliseum. Robert Bolick spearheaded for San Beda with his 18 points, 6 dishes and 5 rebounds. Bolick’s dagger trey in the final 50 seconds, part of his seven points in crunch time, secured the Finals romp for the Red Lions over the LPU Pirates.
  • CESAFI Finals 2017: Champion UV Green Lancers masters UC Webmasters, 69-56 CESAFI 2017 News: UV Green Lancers warded off the UV Green Lancers, 69-56, to snatch the championship title in their Best-of-Three series in CESAFI Men’s Basketball Finals 2017 this Sunday at the Cebu Sports Coliseum. Mythical Five awardee Rey Anthony Suerte led the Green Lancers with 20 big points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Justine Dacalos meanwhile backstopped the Webmasters with 23 buckets.
  • Croatia evades mighty Pilipinas scare, 81-78 OT Team Gilas Pilipinas failed to overcome the Croatian juggernaut in the FIBA World Cup 2014 opener with a stunning 78-81 overtime upset. Bojan Bogdanovic led the Croats with 26 markers, while Andray Blatche and Jeffrei “Negros Sniper” Chan dropped 28 and 17 points apiece.
  • Philippines pulls-up to 12th in FIBA Asia rankings Philippine Basketball, now spearheaded by Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), proved that the pains of undertaking a national basketball program were worth all the effort in gaining back the respectability that the basketball-crazed country once commanded. After the recent staging of the 2010 FIBA World Basketball Championships, the latest FIBA World rankings has been released anew. RP Men’s Basketball now ranks 53rd in the World and 12th in Asia after climbing up three places in the rankings.
  • Team Pilipinas bows to arch-nemesis Korea, 69-56 In what was thought to be a grudge rematch, South Korea proved too resilient to be defeated as they overwhelmed Powerade-RP Team Pilipinas, 69-56 in the showdown of top teams in Group A of FIBA Asia Championships 2009, Tianjin China.
  • The long and winding road back to the elusive Asian Cage throne The Philippines were once the basketball kings of Asia. They were merely invincible – untouchable as one would say. The class that past Philippine teams showed during the Pre and Post-World War 2 era was simply at par with the world’s best.
  • Philippines – once a Basketball Superpower? Philippines – once a Basketball Superpower? The Philippines remains to be one of the only top Asian nations to have ever landed in the medal tally of the prestigious history of the World Basketball Championships. This is such a great feat that the Philippines made it in the history of basketball in terms of world basketball competition (as part of the only top ten world medal achieving nations) and in the history of Asia to be the only country to ever make it to such a notable standing.

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