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Julius Romero
NBA.com Philippines
"I don't want to point any finger, we have been getting close games and can't finish, but we are almost there". said Carmelo Anthony
 
Joey Villar
Philippine Star
Anyone here knows Richard "Rip" Hamilton?
 
Dennis Guillermo
Examiner.com/Indiana Pacers Beat Writer
The scoreboard read: "Wizards 54, Pacers 35". It was halftime at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the 1-5 Pacers were poised to drop another game and sink even further down the Eastern Conference standings in front of their distraught hometown fans.
 
TJ Manotoc
ABS-CBN Sports
A few days before the start of the 2014-2015 regular season, the headlines coming out of Cleveland suddenly were not the usual ones about LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, or even new Coach David Blatt. But rather it was about the contract negotiations for the extension of Tristan Thompson...
 
Rick Olivares
bleachersbrew
When the book “For the Love of the Game: My Story” came out in 1998, there were two NBA players given a page and Michael Jordan’s thoughts – Scottie Pippen, who His Airness affectionately called a “predator,” and Kobe Bryant.
 
Nicholai Rhiz Roska
Philboxing.com
On the eve of the official start of the 2014-15 regular season, the NBA issued a press release stating that various team rosters will be graced by the presence of 101 international players from 37 different countries.
 
Rey Bulawan
NBA.com Philippines
As great of a basketball talent Derrick Rose is, he has his flaws.
 
Joaquin Henson
Philippine Star
With the NBA season only a few days away from opening, five former PBA imports are still clinging to roster spots and the list includes 7-foot center Earl Barron who played 14 games for Red Bull in the 2005 Fiesta Conference and 10 with Meralco in the 2011-12 Commissioner's Cup.
 
Homer Sayson
NBA.com Philippines
Researching the box scores and news headlines of the Cleveland Cavaliers' past 20 games felt like reading a twisted love letter. It's a chronicle of happy and sad moments, with some anger and animosity among the characters sandwiched in between.
 
Ernest Hernandez
NBA.com Philippines
Rip Hamilton, who is more popular during his playing years with the Detroit Pistons and being part of the 2004 championship team, is on a three-day trip in Manila.
 
Mike Abasolo
inboundpass.com
"Relentless." This has been the Los Angeles Clippers' motto and their wake-up call when things don't go their way in games.
 
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.
 
John Mahipos
NBA.com Philippines
With less than two minutes left in a suspense-filled encounter between Eastern Conference contenders last night at the Air Canada Centre, Derrick Rose crumpled on the floor while attempting to attack the hoop.
 
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.
 
Jinno Rufino
Solar Sports
The Chicago Bulls had a great off-season, acquiring Pau Gasol, Nikola Mirotic and Doug McDermott, and getting Derrick Rose back. Perhaps lost in all the excitement in the windy city is the return of reigning Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah.
 
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
NBA.com Philippines
Tony Parker's absence spelled another man's opportunity in the form of backup point guard Cory Joseph.