Author - Jeff Arrienda

Dayories: Barangka, Mandaluyong City

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Filipinos aren’t exaggerating when we say that you can find a basketball court in almost every corner. This photo shows the usual street basketball “park” with banners, graffiti, art and lots of political ads.

#NoExcuses: The Leftie

Erold del Mundo is living proof that basketball never stops, basketball is for everyone, and basketball is life.

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#NoExcuses: How I played vs a female Paul Lee

Who run the world of women’s basketball? Not just Maya Moore and Becky Hammon. Jean Serafin from Laguna can kick your ass too.

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Dayories: Biñan, Laguna

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Only those who have played in the Philippines know what this means: “last-warning.”

Starting 5ive: The Dayo Teams

Home-court advantage doesn’t only exist at the “Roaracle,” it also applies to the humble, little courts where we grew up in, where we practiced the art of “tap board,” and where we had to defend against Team Dayo. Meet the visiting teams in the Philippines, and please, try to stop them from stealing one at home.

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