Phoenix’s Matthew Wright and Justin Chua couldn’t wait to be able to work with new teammates Chris Banchero and Vic Manuel once full practices in preparation for the PBA’s 46th season can finally start.
The Fuel Masters made big moves last February first by acquiring Banchero from the Magnolia Hotshots Pambasang Manok in exchange for Calvin Abueva before landing Manuel from the Alaska Aces in a separate deal.
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Azkals Settle For 1-1 Tie Vs Maldives
PH coach rues wasted scoring opportunities
Uptrend In Foreign Trade Volume Signals Possible Recovery
The doubling of the country’s international trade volume in April 2021 after both imports and exports registered the biggest increases in more than a decade could be a signal that both the domestic and global economy are headed for recovery.
PAL Test Flight From Kuala Lumpur Opens Laoag Regional Airport
LAOAG CITY – Citing the increasing demand for Filipinos wanting to go home from abroad, the province of Ilocos Norte has finally allowed regional flights to open at the Laoag International Airport (LIA).
Chinese Rocket With Manned Crew To Blast Off Thursday
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Covid-19 Situation ‘Manageable'
ICU utilization rate in Metro Manila down by 50% – treatment czar
‘More jabs into arms' key to effective containment
For the second half of June, Metro Manila and Bulacan shall be under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) “with some restrictions” while the rest of the areas under the National Capitol Region (NCR) plus bubble remain under GCQ “with heightened restrictions.”
Saso rises to No. 8 in world rankings
A week after ruling the US Women’s Open golf championship, Yuka Saso has moved up a spot higher in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, now occupying the eighth spot.
DepEd confirms errors in learning modules
After validating with concerned regional and division offices, the Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday, June 14, confirmed that it was able to find 155 errors in learning materials distributed to students under the distance learning set-up implemented this school year.
Pandemic turns Pangasinan town into cassava capital
National government pledges support
China warns NATO it won't ‘sit back' if challenged by bloc
China warned the North Atlantic Treaty Organization it won’t “sit back” in the face of any challenges, illustrating the potential for tensions to escalate while the US tries to convince its allies to take a tougher approach to the Asian nation.
What Richard Wright Knew
A previously unpublished novel reveals his bleak prescience about race in America.
PART OF WRIGHT BROTHERS' 1ST AIRPLANE ON NASA'S MARS CHOPPER
A piece of the Wright brothers’ first airplane is on Mars.
Wright arrives to right franchise
Jason Wright and the Washington Football Team shocked the sports world back in July as he became the NFL’s first Black president.
Teach Your Children Well
A mother of four struggles with how best to talk to her children about racism.
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When Robin Wright chose to make an off-grid survival story, she didn’t expect challenges such as last-minute self-casting, extreme weather and a hungry, uninvited bear. She tells Total Film how her feature directorial debut, LAND, wasn’t a walk in the park…
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Wrighty tackling abusers
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WALK THIS WAY
One Brisbane couple’s desire for an “interesting” home developed into a dramatically different take on the traditional Queenslander.