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Author:  froilan34 [ Thu Aug 11, 2016 1:53 pm ]
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Nasan na kaya si Joe Ward may favorite Ginebra Import 8)

Author:  JABEZJ [ Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:54 pm ]
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Cris Bolado, PBA’s ‘Lucky Charm,’ dies in road mishap in Cambodia

By Leif Sykioco (philstar.com) | Updated September 18, 2017 - 10:54am

MANILA, Philippines — Former PBA player Cris Bolado was killed in a road accident at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Sunday morning. He was 47.

Bolado was riding his motorcycle in the country's capital, where his business was located, when he figured in the accident.

As of posting time, his remains are still in Cambodia but will be flown back to his hometown in Lucban, Quezon, for the wake in the coming days.

The six-foot-six Bolado rose to prominence for his penchant to be at the right team at the right time.

Drafted in the 1994 draft, Bolado won 11 championships, including Alaska's grand slam in 1996.

He was dubbed as the "Lucky Charm" because most teams he went to ended up winning the championship.

He retired from professional basketball after nine seasons because of an injury.

Aside from putting up his own restaurant, Bolado also appeared as a contestant in "Survivor Philippines: Palau" where he was voted off after 23 days.

Author:  Hubag [ Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:34 pm ]
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JABEZJ wrote:
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Cris Bolado, PBA’s ‘Lucky Charm,’ dies in road mishap in Cambodia

By Leif Sykioco (philstar.com) | Updated September 18, 2017 - 10:54am

MANILA, Philippines — Former PBA player Cris Bolado was killed in a road accident at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Sunday morning. He was 47.

Bolado was riding his motorcycle in the country's capital, where his business was located, when he figured in the accident.

As of posting time, his remains are still in Cambodia but will be flown back to his hometown in Lucban, Quezon, for the wake in the coming days.



The six-foot-six Bolado rose to prominence for his penchant to be at the right team at the right time.

Drafted in the 1994 draft, Bolado won 11 championships, including Alaska's grand slam in 1996.

He was dubbed as the "Lucky Charm" because most teams he went to ended up winning the championship.

He retired from professional basketball after nine seasons because of an injury.

Aside from putting up his own restaurant, Bolado also appeared as a contestant in "Survivor Philippines: Palau" where he was voted off after 23 days.


Kawawa naman bata pa...Naka pangasawa siguro sa Cambodia,kayulad nang maraming enhinyero na nakadale,este nakapangasawa sa Vietnam at Cambodia..

Author:  whinz [ Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:30 pm ]
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JABEZJ wrote:
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Cris Bolado, PBA’s ‘Lucky Charm,’ dies in road mishap in Cambodia

By Leif Sykioco (philstar.com) | Updated September 18, 2017 - 10:54am

MANILA, Philippines — Former PBA player Cris Bolado was killed in a road accident at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Sunday morning. He was 47.

Bolado was riding his motorcycle in the country's capital, where his business was located, when he figured in the accident.

As of posting time, his remains are still in Cambodia but will be flown back to his hometown in Lucban, Quezon, for the wake in the coming days.

The six-foot-six Bolado rose to prominence for his penchant to be at the right team at the right time.

Drafted in the 1994 draft, Bolado won 11 championships, including Alaska's grand slam in 1996.

He was dubbed as the "Lucky Charm" because most teams he went to ended up winning the championship.

He retired from professional basketball after nine seasons because of an injury.

Aside from putting up his own restaurant, Bolado also appeared as a contestant in "Survivor Philippines: Palau" where he was voted off after 23 days.


RIP Cris "The gentle giant" Bolado... :angel:

Author:  ceramic [ Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:31 pm ]
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nakikiramay po sa pamilya ni former alaska player Cris Bolado.

na miss ko ung mga drop pass ni Johnny A sa kanya sa ilalim, ilista mo na yun slam dunk na yun.

Author:  joeyj [ Mon Nov 20, 2017 2:21 pm ]
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Elias Tolentino, 1960s basketball star, dies at 75

https://www.rappler.com/sports/by-sport/basketball/188982-elias-tolentino-dead

The ex-Olympian played in the Philippine Basketball Association for Toyota in 1976 and Seven-Up in 1977.

Author:  joeyj [ Fri Jun 29, 2018 10:27 am ]
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Former Purefoods point guard Ulysses ‘Buboy’ Tanigue passes away
January 28, 2018


COTABATO CITY — Former Purefoods point guard star Ulysses “Buboy” Tanigue passed away at 43 years old on Sunday around 9 a.m. due to a lingering illness.

Efren Piñol, Tanigue’s former coach with the North Cotabato Braves, which played in the Manila Basketball League in 2004, said Tanigue had died after eight years of battling leukemia.

Tanigue started his career with the San Sebastian Stags and was eventually drafted by Purefoods.

Tanigue was a three-time Most Valuable Player of the Stags.

He also played with the Chowking team at the Philippine Basketball League.

He later quit basketball and worked as sports coordinator of Mlang, North Cotabato. While working in Mlang in 2010, he was diagnosed with chronic leukemia.

In 2016, he worked at the office of Agriculture Sec. Emmanuel Piñol but had to go on medical leave after his operation for tumor.

Tanigue is survived by his wife, Emelyn, and children Anne Margaret, 14; and Pete Maverick 13. His wake was at the Tanigue Residence in Barangay Poblacion in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental.


Read more: http://sports.inquirer.net/281514/ulysses-buboy-tanigue-purefoods-san-sebastian-basketball-player-pass-away-point-guard#ixzz5JmFWdEUm

Author:  dochit [ Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:12 pm ]
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ocampo........danny florencio tembong melencio......papa etc

Author:  joeyj [ Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:10 pm ]
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Edgardo Luciano Ocampo[1] (October 5, 1938 – July 29, 1992)

Danny Florencio
Danilo Zoleta Florencio (September 5, 1947 – February 25, 2018)

Rogelio C. Melencio (September 27, 1939 – 1993), also known as Tembong Melencio

Adriano R. Papa, Jr. (July 14, 1945 – October 27, 2005)

Author:  edroland [ Sat Jun 30, 2018 2:04 am ]
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joeyj wrote:
Ernesto Estrada or better known as Estoy Estrada (November 7, 1949 – May 17, 2015) : Mariwasa-Honda

Not Mariwasa but San Miguel, team mate of Manny Paner and Alejandrino Miego

Author:  edroland [ Sat Jun 30, 2018 2:06 am ]
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Alberto Reynoso, Toyota

Author:  joeyj [ Sat Jun 30, 2018 10:51 am ]
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edroland wrote:
joeyj wrote:
Ernesto Estrada or better known as Estoy Estrada (November 7, 1949 – May 17, 2015) : Mariwasa-Honda

Not Mariwasa but San Miguel, team mate of Manny Paner and Alejandrino Miego


Career history
1975–1977 Royal Tru-Orange
1978–1979 Toyota
1980–1981 Great Taste/Presto
1982 Mariwasa-Honda

He was a member of 1982 Mariwasa-Honda TMXers in the Reinforced Filipino Conference.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1982_Galerie_Dominique_Artists_season

Royal Tru-Orange was the original member in PBA 1975. It was in 1980 when the team change its name to San Miguel Beermen beginning the All-Filipino Conference.

Author:  joeyj [ Fri Aug 24, 2018 4:03 pm ]
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PBA slam-dunk champion Joey Mente dies after cancer bout

ABS-CBN News
Posted at Aug 22 2018 07:10 PM

Former PBA slam dunk champion Joey Mente has died after succumbing to a lingering illness.

According to a report posted on Spin.ph, the former San Miguel Beer player died Wednesday after losing a bout against cancer.

He was 42.

red more:
http://news.abs-cbn.com/sports/08/22/18/pba-slam-dunk-champion-joey-mente-dies-after-cancer-bout

Author:  whinz [ Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:38 pm ]
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RIP mr. Joey Mente

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