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Hapee tries to bounce back from shock loss Monday (March 30, 2015)
Jasmine W. Payo [ Source: Inquirer ]

PBA D-League

Hoping to recover from a fumbling start in its back-to-back title bid, Hapee is expected to go all out against newcomer Liver Marin-San Sebastian today in the PBA D-League Foundation Cup at JCSGO gym in Cubao.

The Fresh Fighters are heavily favored in the 1 p.m. contest with coach Ronnie Magsanoc vowing no easing up after a 64-61 setback from Jumbo Plastic last week.

Tanduay and AMA University tangle in the first game at 11 a.m.

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Cagayan moves on from Tautuaa’s departure (March 28, 2015)
Bong Lozada [ Source: Inquirer ]

 Moala Tautuaa of Cebuana (dark) denies Keith Agovida of KeraMix (light). PBA Images/Nuki Sabio

MANILA, Philippines–Another conference, another life for the Cagayan-Gerry’s Rising Suns.

Finishing the PBA D-League Foundation Cup in second place with hulking talisman Moala Tautuaa at their helm, the Rising Suns had high hopes for the Aspirants’ Cup.

As luck, however, would have it, Tautuaa moved on to Cebuana Lhuillier leaving Cagayan without an unquestioned leader.

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PBA D-League

MANILA, Philippines – It ain’t over until the red lights flash.

Rey Nambatac shifted to another gear box as he shot a three-pointer at the buzzer lifting MP Hotel over Cagayan Valley, 107-106, for their first victory of the PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup Thursday afternoon at J.C.S.G.O Gym.

With six seconds left in the fourth, Warriors guard Rocky Acidre dished to the open Jan Colina who gave the extra pass to Nambatac just in the nick of time sending MP Hotel to a frenzy.

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Keith Agovida of KeraMix (light) vs Moala Tautuaa of Cebuana (dark). NUKI SABIO

MANILA, Philippines – Cebuana Lhuillier had their luster game as it fended off a late rally from KeraMix, 95-88, to stay perfect in the PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup Thursday afternoon at J.C.S.G.O gym.

With the win, the Gems had their third straight win and a 3-0 start, the best so far in the league.

It looked like a cruise for the Gems as they led 90-65 in the final minutes but they gave up a 15-0 run to the Mixers.

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Hot Gems, Mixers eye D-League lead today (March 26, 2015)
Jasmine W. Payo [ Source: Inquirer ]

PBA D-League

Cebuana Lhuillier tries to sustain its strong start going as the Gems dispute the No. 1 spot with KeraMix in the PBA D-League Foundation Cup Thursday at JCSGO Gym in Cubao.

The Gems and the Mixers, who are hoping to claim their first heavyweight foe, clash at 1 p.m. with the winner grabbing the solo lead at 3-0.

Cebuana coach Boycie Zamar thinks his team is headed in the right direction after the Gems’ two contrasting victories.

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Jumbo Plastic pounces on retooled Hapee for close win (March 24, 2015)
Mark Giongco [ Source: Inquirer ]

Juami Tiongson of Jumbo (light) vs Jethroy Rosario and Kirk Long of Hapee (dark). PBA Images

MANILA, Philippines — Jumbo Plastic took advantage of a new-look Hapee side to win, 64-61, in the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Monday at the JCSGO Gym in Cubao.

The Giants withstood a late charge by the Fresh Fighters, who are still adjusting after a major revamp of their roster.

“We wanted to take this game seriously because if we’ll be 0-2 if we lose this game,” said Jumbo Plastic head coach Stevenson Tiu. “We took advantage of them having new players and their team still not complete.”

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 Mon Abundo of Cafe France (dark) vs Roi Sumang of Tanduay (light). PBA Images/Nuki Sabio

MANILA, Philippines — Mon Abundo’s lone basket proved to be the biggest of the game.

Abundo banked in the game-clinching triple and Cafe France salvaged a 68-62 squeaker over Tanduay Light in the 2015 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Monday at the JCSGO Gym in Cubao.

“Mon Abundo saved the game but it was a lucky shot,” said Cafe France head coach Egay Macaraya, whose squad blew a 15-point lead and was scrambling down the stretch.

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