Al S. Mendoza
NO, there is no Miami versus Oklahoma in the NBA Finals.
No rematch of their 2012 NBA title showdown won by the Heat.
MANGATAREM, PANGASINAN—As you might have noticed, my dateline is quite different, if not queer?
I won’t take it against you if you say yes--grudgingly.
AS sportsmen, we have our favorite players, favorite teams, favorite coaches.
In the NBA, my favorite player used to be Michael Jordan. I’m sure most of you did, too?
MANNY Pacquiao will fight again and look who he is facing: Brandon Rios.
The PacMan will come out of his longest ever boxing break when he battles Rios on November 24 in Macau.
WHEN was the last time you heard a ghost break his promise?
On Sunday, of course.
UNTIL now, I still don’t know why they call boxing the sweet science.
What is sweet about boxing?
WHAT’S the big deal there?
By saying he was gay, did Jason Collins make earth-shaking news?
AS I said, I was happy to see the Los Angeles make it to the NBA playoffs. That was good enough, considering the bumpy ride the Lakers had to go through the entire season.
From the boardroom to the hard court, the Lakers had to gut it out to win conference concessions and capture close games on sheer determination and—in most times—with lots of luck.
IN A sense, sports is like showbiz. Always, the show must go on. The Boston Marathon was bombed but the London Marathon must go on. On April 22, exactly seven days after two life-claiming bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, the London Marathon was flagged off as scheduled.
IN a sense, sports is like showbiz. Always, the show must go on.
The Boston Marathon was bombed but the London Marathon must go on.