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Julius Manicad
The Daily Tribune
Watching a flashy, highly-entertaining superstars in one team has always been exciting.
 
Aldo Avinante
Philstar.com
Recently retired NBA point guard Chauncey Billups made himself available to select writers and editors of different NBA web portals to discuss a variety of topics, including the state of the game, and his career and future.
 
Syd Salazar
sydrified.org
This is the exciting climax of that thing I started a few days back. We take a trip back to the not-so-distant past and list down the teams that made significant impact on the premiere basketball league of the land.
 
Pio Garcia
Philstar Unblogged
You have to only gaze on the Andray Blatche with "PILIPINAS" emblazoned on his chest. That’s the Blatche you would want on your team. That guy plays like a damn, true Pinoy.
 
Josiah Israel Albelda
ABS-CBN Interactive
OKC?s Week 5 was probably the most dominant by any team this season and the Thunder are looking more and more like the favorites they were tipped to be before the season started.
 
Rick Olivares
bleachersbrew
I chuckled when I read that Rajon Rondo, Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace were thrown out for ?fighting? during the recent match between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets at the TD Garden...
 
HOOPH
hoops.blink.ph
For Rajon Rondo, Manila?s basketball players are the finest among the participants of his clinics held the past week. He spoke highly of the advanced talent level of basketball players from the Philippines.
 
EJ Afzelius
NBA.com Philippines
Once upon a time, Kobe Bryant said Brandon Roy was the toughest guy to guard in the NBA. He said, ?..Roy has no weaknesses in his game.? In a league with Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant, a playing legend chose Roy...
 
Dino Maragay
Philstar.com
The Miami Heat?s LeBron James and Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder got together for the second consecutive offseason to sweat it out as part of their preparation for another grueling NBA season.
 
Alder Almo
Philstar.com
With Andray Blatche's first World Cup experience coming to an end, all he wanted is to repay his adopted country with a victory before going home.