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Calvin Abueva signs three-year, P15.1-million contract extension with Alaska

Richard Dy,

FLAMBOYANT Alaska forward Calvin Abueva has agreed to sign a three-year, P15.1 million extension with the Aces, ending two months of back-and-forth negotiations with the Uytengsu franchise.

Alaska team manager Dickie Bachman said they are happy that Abueva accepted their three-year offer, saying the ‘Beast’ is very much a part of the core of a team that will be gunning for a 15th PBA title in the Governors Cup.

“We’re happy Calvin agreed to our three-year extension offer. He is very much a part of the core of Alaska that also includes JV (Casio), Sonny (Thoss), and Cyrus (Baguio) and we’re gonna need him as we target our 15th championship,” Bachman told on Monday. Read More

We Talkin’ ‘Bout Practice: Ginebra

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Sol Mercado For Joseph Yeo: Trade Analysis

Levi Verora Jr., Tie Breaker Times

Mercado will give Ginebra’s backcourt a quality two-way player who does an array of things, including the ability to drive strong given his frame and defend bigger players like what he did against Al Thornton during the Commissioner’s Cup.

The compelling storyline is how he will be able to blend with LA Tenorio. Will he play the two more often with Tenorio on the floor at the same time? Will he play point along with Mark Caguioa? There are several combinations, but until people see him suit up for his new club, it remains to be seen what impact he will make. Read More!

Late bloomer big man of Central Luzon has PBA dreams

Naveen Ganglani,

TAGUM CITY, Philippines – As Central Luzon took on Eastern Visayas in the secondary boys’ basketball tournament of the 2015 Palarong Pambansa on Thursday, May 7, a certain athlete stood out in the eyes of many spectators.

Sure, he was lanky and at times uncoordinated – the kind of growing pains you’d expect from a 6-foot-8 menace who’s played the game for only 4 years. But his height, defensive presence, soft shooting touch were hard to miss, playing a part in leading his team’s close victory.

There were times when he looked dominant, as his opponents couldn’t keep him off the boards and in the paint, where he scored with ease once underneath the basket, which is almost by the height of his head.

Jeremiah Pangalangan has a year of high school remaining, but the 16-year-old is already garnering calls from universities who are eager to recruit him once he joins the collegiate basketball ranks. Read More!

Kobe Paras Highlights “I’m Not Afraid”

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