Lloyd Go finally marks his pro debut on the Philippine Golf Tour, upbeat but wary of his chances against a slew of veteran local and foreign campaigners in the ICTSI Club Filipino de Cebu Invitational beginning Wednesday (June 5) at Club Filipino de Cebu golf course in Danao City.
Banko-Perlas fought back from a shutout loss to PetroGazz the last time out with a 25-23, 23-25, 25-18, 25-16 victory over BaliPure yesterday to get back into the mix in the early going of the Premiver Volleyball League Reinforced Conference at the Flying V Center in San Juan.
“For me it's bigger than basketball and every night I go out there, I have a bigger purpose and I play for something bigger than just basketball,” Siakam said. “That's what makes it special that every night I'm out there, no matter the result, no matter how many points I score, I'm playing for something bigger than myself.”
Trillo said there was a gentlemen’s agreement between Meralco and Dillinger that he will not be moving to any team after it relegated him to the unrestricted free agent (UFA) list to make room for new recruit Raymond Almazan on the injured/reserve list while the latter nursed a calf injury.
With Dondon Hontiveros back in its fold, San Miguel Beer looms as the overwhelming favorite to rule the four-team, month-long tournament presented and organized by UNTV through its president and CEO Dr. Daniel Razon in cooperation with Samahan ng mga Dating Propesyonal na Basketbolista ng Pilipinas Foundation Inc., (formerly PBA Legends Foundation).
“Based on the schedule we (SBP) submitted to the PBA, yun ang naka-calendar doon – practice games and a mini-tournament in Spain for the Gilas Pilipinas team,” said Panlilio after attending the regular board meeting of the league presided by chairman Ricky Vargas.