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Hapee, KeraMix Tighten Standings

SAN JUAN City – Keep calm, the cavalry has arrived. With their future in the balance, the Hapee Fresh Fighters recalled six San Beda College stalwarts to active duty just in time to get past the CaféFrance Bakers in overtime, 75-72, at the resumption of hostilities in the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup at the San Juan Arena Monday (May 4). 771 more words

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Tanduay Light Ends Slump; AMA Pulls Shocker

PASIG CITY – Tanduay Light snapped out of its four-game losing skid via a 92-76 taming of the LiverMarin Guardians in continuing action from the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup at the Ynares Sports Arena Thursday afternoon (April 30). 662 more words

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Bakers, Rising Suns Chase Gems

PASIG CITY – The Cagayan Valley Rising Suns and CaféFrance Bakers continued their steady climb up the standings of the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup with a hard-earned victories Thursday (April 27) at the Ynares Sports Arena. 600 more words

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Gems, Bakers Stay Top Two

     PASIG CITY – The Cebuana Lhuillier Gems and the CaféFrance Bakers maintained their grip on the top two positions of the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup standings with contrasting wins Thursday (April 23) at the Ynares Sports Arena. 698 more words

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Cagayan Stops Hapee; Gems Go 5-0

     SAN JUAN City – The Cagayan Valley Rising Suns gave notice of their title intentions by steamrolling the Hapee Fresh Fighters, 104-89, in a marquee matchup of the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Monday (April 20) at the San Juan Arena. 727 more words

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Three In A Row For CafeFrance

     PASIG CITY – The CaféFrance Bakers copped their third straight win in continuing action from the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Thursday (April 16) at the Ynares Sports Arena by clipping the tough MP Hotel Warriors, 86-77. 683 more words

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Doctor Commish?

ONE OF the leading contenders for the soon to be vacated position of Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner is Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem of Saint Clare College of Caloocan. 454 more words

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