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Reserve guard Jamaal King had a team-high nine points, and DC Premier held on to beat Louisiana Dynasty 50-46 on Sunday in the championship bracket final of the Las Vegas Fab 48 invitational division at Bishop Gorman. It is the second straight year a
Too big, too agile and too good, Iran ruled another event that validated its lofty standing in Asia. Starring the talented Hamed Hadadi and upcoming Mohammad Jamshidi, the Iranians on Saturday night proved too much for a young Chinese-Taipei squad to
Asia Cup with a 80-79 victory over home team China on Saturday in Wuhan. Rain or Shine star Paul Lee, playing in his first international tournament, calmly made three free throws with no time remaining to lift the Philippines to victory...China,
Los Angeles' season-best three-game winning streak came to an end. Kia Vaughn, who had 14 points and nine rebounds for Washington (10-13), scored the go-ahead basket to make it 74-72 with 1:31 to play after the Sparks had made up a 14-point deficit.
San Mig Coffee put an exclamation point to the 39th Season of the Philippine Basketball Association by completing a Triple Crown sweep, just the fifth in league history that made Tim Cone the only man to pull it off twice. There were many side
Diana Taurasi scored 23 points and Penny Taylor added 20 to help the Phoenix Mercury rally from 13 points down to beat the Indiana Fever 81-76 Friday night. With the score tied at 70, DeWanna Bonner stole the ball from Indiana's Marissa Coleman, who
That was the night for Reggie Williams of San Miguel Beer on Sunday, when he almost threw away what he and the Beermen worked so hard for, before sealing a 92-90 win over San Mig Coffee on the defensive end at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay.
Perpetual Help stays perfect, leans on show of offense to down UE May 5, 2014 4:20pm The University of Perpetual Help Altas ground out a tough win, stymying the University of the East Red Warriors, 83-78, on Monday at the FilOil Flying V Arena, in
The fans at the Air Canada Centre were taunting the Nets with the Brook-lyn chant done at the Barclays Center...The Toronto Raptors entered the fourth quarter with a 22-point lead. However, when you play as sloppily as the Raptors played, nothing was
pun accepted -- in which they ranked as the lowest-scoring and worst-shooting regular-season team with an anemic performance...They endured a first-half stretch of 1-for-15 and a second-half stint of 1-for-10 and failed to break 15 points in the