Monthly Archives: July 2013

Now that the first round of the UAAP men’s basketball eliminations has come to an end, it’s time to sit back and take a closer look at where the Green Archers stand. The first obvious place to look at is the team standings. FEU and UP in a way are spoiling the party, because as of now it is...
Junior Archers lose second straight The taller, heftier, and athletic National University Bullpups run roughshed on the De La Salle-Zobel Junior Archers, 77-58 to give DLSZ its second straight defeat Saturday in the UAAP Season 76 juniors basketball competitions. The Junior Archers were reduced to a jump shooting team and missed a lot from the field today, converting only 6-for-29 from...
The Green Archers failed to end the first round on a winning note after a tough 56-63 loss against the National University Bulldogs earlier at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Arnold Van Opstal led La Salle with 14 points, 7 rebounds and 3 blocks while Almond Vosotros had 11 points and 4 rebounds. On the other hand, Ray Parks led National U...
  Before putting my piece for La Salle’s game versus National University tomorrow, everyone already knows that the referee who called for Gian Abrigo’s foul on Norbert Torres with 15 seconds to go last Wednesday got suspended for three games.  Adamson reportedly wants referee Olivar to be suspended for the rest of the season.  I honestly got anger and frustration...
The Green Archers staving off a furious Adamson rally. Enraged fans on one side and relieved ones on the other. Norbert Torres coming out of hibernation with a roar. A non-controversial “controversial” call blown way out of proportion. Jeron Teng breaking a deadlock with 41 seconds left by making two crucial free throws. Now who says nothing exciting happens...