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Joey Villar
Philippine Star
The ball is round. In basketball parlance, it means the only thing certain is uncertainty. And in there are lots of that in the ongoing FIBA World Cup in Spain where France shocked the heavily favored host country...
 
Joaquin Henson
Philippine Star
Gilas guard Jayson Castro used two words to describe the Philippine national team's first foray at the FIBA World Cup in 36 years and first win in the global tournament in 40 years -- "not bad."
 
Homer Sayson
Philboxing.com
Two nights ago, at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, where the 2014 WNBA Finals came to a climactic conclusion, Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury not only cemented her place among the greats, she showed the goods that make her, arguably, the best to ever play her sport.
 
Ernest Hernandez
NBA.com Philippines
Former San Antonio Spurs point guard Avery Johnson was eager to set foot on Philippine soil and as the moment he did, it didn't take long for him to love the basketball-crazy country.
 
Rey Bulawan
NBA.com Philippines
After Gilas Pilipinas eked out an 81-79 overtime win over Senegal during the recent FIBA World Cup group play in Seville, Spain head coach Chot Reyes was a portrait of mixed emotions.
 
Mike Abasolo
inboundpass.com
In case you missed it, Lebron James has decided to go back to Cleveland to play with neophytes Kyrie Irving, Tristan Thompson and Dion Waiters. Also in tow are veteran teammates from Miami, Mike Miller and James Jones.
 
Stan Sy
Mellow 94.7
There’s a huge difference between watching a basketball game live and watching one from the comforts of your home.
 
Rick Olivares
Bleachersbrew
Sixteen years after he hung up his high tops, three years after he last held a NBA coach’s whistle, Avery Johnson, even at 49 years of age looked spry and deft enough to still run the fast break and knock down eighteen-foot jumpers.
 
Dennis Guillermo
Examiner.com/Indiana Pacers Beat Writer
The love and passion Filipinos have for the sport of basketball is truly immeasurable. But as far as having the pedigree to produce talent capable of running with the world's best in the NBA, height has always been a measure that's been a deterrent, if not an excuse.
 
John Mahipos
NBA.com Philippines
When Kevin Love officially becomes a Cleveland Cavalier this August 23, the Eastern Conference will then have a newer and younger version of the Big Three.
 
Julius Romero
NBA.com Philippines
The top ten have already been selected and have started making their rounds. Commissioner Adam Silver ostentatiously announced and presented each player with the potential for superstardom and NBA immortality to the world one by one...
 
TJ Manotoc
ABS-CBN Sports
History is clearly not on the side of the Miami Heat. Its all over the papers, headlines on the news, hot topic on the radio shows, and trending on twitter and facebook.
 
Julius Manicad
The Daily Tribune
As Ray Parks marches from the hallowed halls of the National University into the uncertainty of the future, there is one dream he is dying to chase: The NBA.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Aldo Avinante
Philippine Star
In the final installment of our Top Ten series, we finally take a look at the most imposing position in the NBA. Once christened as the most dominant and important position in the NBA, the center slot has evolved through the years.
 
Syd Salazar
sydrified.org
I am here to predict on another thing. In fact, this is the second best individual accomplishment there is in the NBA other than the Most Valuable Player award.
 
Kristy Gonowon
Philboxing.com
Chicago's chilly winds and rainy weather could not cool the white-hot Phoenix Mercury, who nabbed their third WNBA championship via a three-game sweep of the Chicago Sky, 87-82, Friday night at the UIC Pavilion.