“It was a frustrating loss to say the least. I felt like we played well, especially in the first half, I felt like we got what we wanted to do on offense. Defensively we were really clicking, making it hard for June Mar. But and then we just collapsed in the fourth in the last couple of minutes, we just crumbled you know?” – Matthew Wright #PBA
“Ginawa ko ‘yung part ko sa depensa tapos pambubully, asaran hanggang sa dulo,” – Arwind Santos #PBA
“We just have to be more aware or be more prepared with what they’re doing to us. We just have to be better the next time around when we play them, especially in a playoff series.” – LA Tenorio #PBA
Buoyed by their rabid home fans, the seventh-seeded Eastern dominated the Philippine squad behind their offensive brilliance, as five players finished in double-digit scoring. #ABL
The left-handed big man out of San Sebastian knows how much is at stake for Magnolia, which opened the season with three straight losses. #PBA
Renaldo Balkman’s lifetime ban is lifted although there is no clear picture as of yet on where he will play. Unless the unthinkable happens, the safest presumption right now is to see him land on one of the San Miguel Corporation squads.
Overshadowing the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Finals is that celebrated trade involving Kia Picanto and the San Miguel Beermen. At stake is the rights to the top overall pick of the 2017 PBA Draft set to take place this coming Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017, at the Midtown Atrium, Robinsons Place Manila.
Globe Telecom continue to charge ahead and utilized company’s additional allocation in the 2600 MHz spectrum for 130 sites in Visayas and Mindanao, providing customers in those regions with additional network capacities to support growing demand for bandwidth.
Local telecommunications companies have described as ‘anti-competition’ San Miguel Corporation’s hold over the entire 700 MHz band, reiterating calls for the frequency to be equitably distributed in a transparent manner among existing operators and new entrants.