Why Kobe Paras chose Creighton University

Kobe Paras chose to play for NCAA Division 1 school Creighton University because of the way it treats its players, according to the young Filipino basketball star. 

NBA to move All-Star Game from Charlotte over LGBT law

NEW YORK - A North Carolina law limiting the state's anti-discrimination protections has prompted the NBA to move next year's NBA All-Star Game from Charlotte, league commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday.

White does what he can for Mahindra

Mahindra import James White has admitted he isn't used to holding the central role in a team prior to joining the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Guiao: We played like rookies vs TNT

Rain or Shine coach Yeng Guiao admitted being disappointed with his team with the way they lost against Tropang TNT on Wednesday night.

Lariba: Being chosen PH flag bearer in Rio a blessing

Dean's lister at De La Salle University. Unbeaten in the last five years in the UAAP. Two-time UAAP Athlete of the Year. And now, the country's first Olympian for table tennis.

Kobe Paras, maglalaro para sa Creighton University

Ipinaliwanag din niya ang dahilan ng kanyang desisyon kung bakit niya ito napili.

CSB has worst start in 12 years after loss to Lyceum

Lyceum of the Philippines University overwhelmed De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, 75-58, to pocket its second straight win in the NCAA Season 92 seniors basketball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan on Thursday.

Teodoro’s game-winner lifts JRU past EAC

Tey Teodoro fired the go-ahead jumper that won the game for Jose Rizal University (JRU) against Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC), 60-59, in the NCAA Season 92 men’s basketball competition at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan on Thursday.

Suns, Mavs, Spurs to play games in Mexico

The Phoenix Suns will take on the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs in the first consecutive regular-season NBA games in Mexico on Jan. 12 and 14.

Bryant visit to Paris shelved after Nice attack

NBA legend Kobe Bryant's trip to Paris to provide a public relations boost to the growing popularity of street basketball was cancelled Wednesday in the wake of security fears following the Nice massacre.