PBA Latest Updates (July 16, 2013) Gilas Pilipinas

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Gilas drops second NZ game in row as Douthit sits out with bad back [NEWS]

Source: Chua stands firm on resignation in meeting with SMC big boss Ang [NEWS]

As quit clamor grows, Eala insists bashers are 'barking up wrong tree' [NEWS]

Pals doubt if Chua will back down on decision to quit Ginebra job [NEWS]

Lowhorn stays focused as confusion reigns on his first day at Ginebra [NEWS]

Caguioa hoping Chua will reconsider resignation, hits out at 'constant changes' at Ginebra [NEWS]

Caidic runs Ginebra practice but is quick to quash rumors he's set to replace Chua [NEWS]

PBA lowers age limit for draft hopefuls to 21 [NEWS]

'Ninoy' stadium facelift goes full blast as Fiba-Asia nears [NEWS]

Video review of late buzzer-beaters awaits approval of PBA board [NEWS]

Coach Al Chua announces resignation before players as turmoil grips Ginebra [NEWS]

Ginebra's Rudy Hatfield retiring after 14 seasons in PBA [NEWS]

PBA great Cariaso and Belga have one thing in common. Find out what it is [NEWS]

As interest in Belga heightens, Rain or Shine insists 'Big Boy' is not up for trade [NEWS]

In eyes of Cone, Petron, Ginebra, Alaska are teams to beat in Governors Cup [NEWS]

Meralco's Sharma, Manuel head to Air21 for Baclao, Wilson as trade finally a go [NEWS]

Pain-free after back treatment in Italy, Yap looks forward to another title run [NEWS]


Atoy Co lashes back, calls San Beda coach's accusation 'unprofessional' [NEWS]

Diehard LeBron fan sacrifices three days' pay to camp out for tickets to MOA event [NEWS]

Kobe Paras helps get PH campaign off to hot start in Seaba U-16 tilt [NEWS]

Fernandez lashes back at Cardinals for `purposely hurting' Lions [NEWS]

Teng forgives Javillonar but faces longer layoff as MRI reveals shoulder tear [NEWS]


more to follow...

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