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Alvarez-Golovkin 2 could be in the cards

A somber Canelo Alvarez was left wondering what more he could have done to wrest the middleweight world titles away from Gennady Golovkin after their controversial 12-round draw on Saturday in Las Vegas.

Electric Dragic leads Slovenia to Eurobasket glory

An electric display of scoring by Slovenian captain Goran Dragic paved the way for his side's stunning 93-85 victory over neighbours Serbia as they were crowned Eurobasket champions for the first time after a thrilling final on Sunday.

NFL: Patriots rout Saints, Broncos down Cowboys

Tom Brady threw for 302 of his 447 passing yards in a 30-point first-half explosion and New England rebounded from a season-opening loss to Kansas City with a rout of New Orleans.

Pinoy fighters try to break into AIMAG medal tally

The Philippines will officially kick off its medal hunt in the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) Monday with Filipino fighters in ju-jitsu, wrestling and taekwondo expected to deliver.

 

Arellano looks to fan PVL semis bid

Arellano faces winless Technological Institute of the Philippines, hoping to fuel its semifinal drive with a victory in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan Monday.

Tennis: France reaches Davis Cup final after Tsonga beats Lajovic

France won a place in the Davis Cup final when Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Dusan Lajovic 2-6 6-2 7-6(5) 6-2 to give the hosts an unassailable 3-1 lead over Serbia on Sunday.

PBA: Rice comes up clutch as TNT takes crucial win over Star

TNT won what was practically a playoff matchup against Star.

F1: Hamilton wins in Singapore with Vettel out

Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday to go 28 points clear at the top of the Formula One world championship after Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel was caught in a first corner collision.

UAAP: Perasol downplays coaching career achievement in UP

University of the Philippines coach Bo Perasol quietly notched an impressive coaching achievement on Sunday, after he piloted the Fighting Maroons to an 84-71 victory over University of the East.

Lyceum's Ayaay steps out Perez's shadow, earns NCAA Player of the Week nod

After taking a backseat to CJ Perez for most of the NCAA Season 93 tournament, MJ Ayaay seized the opportunity to shine for Lyceum in their most recent – and most tightly contested – game so far.