Parks, who played a key role in TNT’s runner-up finish in the Philippine Cup bubble, made a stunning announcement yesterday that he’s sitting out the 2021 season due to “family matters.”
His stint with Gilas Pilipinas is now improbable as well.
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Duterte Taps Evasco In New Anti-Red Tape Post
President Duterte appointed former secretary to the Cabinet Leoncio Evasco Jr., his longtime ally, as presidential adviser on streamlining of government processes (PASGP) after issuing Executive Order No. 129, which created the office.
Police: Minnesota Officer Meant To Draw Taser, Not Gun
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Top China exec: Vaccines have low effectiveness
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Phl, US start 2-week Balikatan amid sea tension
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Burst pipe causes water service interruptions
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