Category Archives: Sports

Louie Gonzales (photo credits: DLSU Office of Sports Development/ http://dlsusports.com)

UAAP: Did DLSU lose big on Ayo’s exit?

The De La Salle University Green Archers may seem tender at the moment with the departure of Aldin Ayo who moved to the University of Sto. Tomas Growling Tigers. Ayo gained prominence winning the NCAA (with Letran) and UAAP men’s basketball titles though it was not solely him who orchestrated those feats.

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NHL: Canadiens Danault taken to hospital

Montreal Canadiens forward Phillip Danault was taken to hospital on Saturday after being hit in the head by a slapshot from the Boston Bruins’ Zdeno Chara at the Bell Centre Arena.

John Pacio (ONE Championship photo)

ONE FC: Pacio eyes interim flyweight world title vs Akhmetov

In his most recent appearance inside the ONE Championship cage, Akhmetov defeated Geje Eustaquio via closely-contested three-round split decision.

Rene Catalan (R) (ONE Championship photo)

ONE FC: Filipino ‘Challenger’ aims high at ‘Kings of Courage’

Catalan squares off with China’s Peng Xue Wen in a three-round strawweight affair at “ONE: KINGS OF COURAGE,” which takes place at the Jakarta Convention Center in Indonesia on Jan. 20.

Photo by Keith Allison

NBA: Warriors down Rockets

Stephen Curry’s 29 points and a record-setting triple-double from Draymond Green propelled the Golden State Warriors to a 124-114 NBA victory over the Houston Rockets on Thursday.

Chris Gavina and Philip Paniamogan of Kia Picanto (photo by Peter Baltazar)

PBA: Gavina quits post as Kia head coach

Chris Gavina, a virtual unknown, when he first called the shots for Kia/ Mahindra, has stepped down as head coach for Kia Picanto. Tasked to take over will be veteran coach Ricky Dandan.

Eduard Folayang vs Martin Nguyen (ONE Championship photo)

ONE Championship: Top Martial Artists for 2017

While all ONE Championship athletes go out and give their all inside the cage, there are just a handful who have shown the true championship quality over the past twelve months.

Ginebra coach Tim Cone (photo by Peter Paul Baltazar)

Can Tim Cone handle two coaching jobs?

The DLSU Green Archers start their search for Aldin Ayo’s successor and the list includes the name of Ginebra Head Coach Tim Cone.

Aldin Ayo (YouTube screen capture | Manila Bulletin Online)

UAAP: Ayo’s dying flame ended up burning bridges with DLSU

Philippine basketball got shook up last Dec. 26 with Aldin Ayo reportedly leaving his post at DLSU and take on the head coaching duties for the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers.

NLEX Head Coach Yeng Guiao (photo by Peter Paul Baltazar)

PBA: Nowhere to go but up for Guiao and NLEX

The NLEX Road Warriors have so far remained perfect, winning their first two assignments. They won over Kia Picanto handily (119-115) and then turned back GlobalPort Batang Pier. It is clear that the player that is standing out is rookie Kiefer Ravena.