Dayories: Picnic Games

Without all the glitz and glamour that came with the opening of the 40th PBA season in Bulacan, a community of ballers opened another liga in the outskirts of Taguig on Sunday. Hosted by Mr. Pinoy Hoops Mike Swift, the Picnic Games is a tribute to the culture and the sport that knows no boundaries, regardless if you were drafted or not.

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Tweets of the Day: PBA Opening Day

The PBA’s 40th season was welcomed with two new expansion teams, a new arena, record-breaking attendance, and Ellen Adarna.

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2014 PBA Philippine Cup (Women) Power Rankings

With the announcement of the list of muses in the opening ceremonies of the 40th PBA season, it’s high time for the first BuhayBasket Team Power Ranking for the 2014 Philippine Cup (or what your uncle calls the All-Filipino Cup).

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The story of the NU Bulldogs

Once there was a team that no other team took seriously. That has been its story for 60 years. But on Wednesday, that story was rewritten.

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Dayories: Cubao, Quezon City

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When an opportunity to play a game of hoops presents itself on a warm Saturday afternoon, wearing the proper attire is no longer a requirement.

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Basketball IQ: Player with most PBA titles in the 90s

Since The Eraserheads are back together (or at least back to making that beautiful infectious music that we all missed), we thought it’s only apt to talk about another 90s icon, at least in local basketball.

Only, our subject didn’t make his awesome accomplishments by selling records. Instead, he won titles left and right in the PBA.

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FEU and NU’s date with destiny

Will the Cinderella run of the NU Bulldogs continue in the UAAP Finals, or will the FEU Tamaraws prove to be this season’s destined champs after ousting defending champs DLSU?

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Para sa Bayan: A Gilas fan in Korea

We saw the worst finish ever of a Philippine national team in the Asian Games. But one Gilas fan saw something else, and it was something we didn’t see on TV.

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Peripheral Vision: Chot and Cheetas

With social media’s reach as expansive as Kevin Durant’s wingspan, it’s almost impossible to keep up with all the fascinating posts online. It can be quite exhausting. Like playing through five overtimes. Peripheral Vision takes a look around the web to select some of the more interesting items so you don’t have to. No complex scouting process here though. Just a lazy and quick survey of the vast digital hoops community.

Our deep gratitude to you too, MVP

While a lot of frustrated Pinoys are calling for the head of Gilas coach Chot Reyes, Gilas godfather and overall good guy, Manny V. Pangilinan came to his aid. A day after Gilas bowed out of contention in the Asian Games, MVP posted a series of tweets, defending Reyes and the squad.

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