THERE is yet another history in the making insofar as San Miguel Beer’s bid for the PBA Philippine Cup is concerned.
This one’s not a not-so-appetizing piece of basketball lore for the Beermen.
IF Tiger Woods wins the Palmer Invitational in Bay Hill ending on Monday, I won’t be surprised.
Because Woods finished a fighting second last week at Valspar, the momentum could be on his side?
SOMETHING would be terribly wrong if San Miguel Beer could not clinch today a Finals berth in the Philippine Cup, the PBA’s most coveted crown.
YOU can find luck. Although it is not usually seen by the naked eye outright, it is everywhere. Almost.
But go, look for it, and chances are you won’t see it. Instantly.
SAN Miguel Beer and Manila Southwoods have gargantuan missions this year: Rewrite sporting history.
WHO said the PAL Media Golf is merely a fun tournament? Think again, fellas.
If the PAL Interclub Golf is tooth-and-nail competition, the PAL Media Golf could be more than that.
TWO kids with men mentality made Ateneo UAAP basketball juniors champion last week.
Kai Sotto, 15, and SJ Belangel, 18, were boys-turned-adults as they hit late-game blows that were too mature to be parried by teens their age.
DEFENDING champion Luisita and chief challenger Canlubang were fighting tooth and nail as I was writing this.
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