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Monthly Archives: September, 2014

Game Preview: 2 > 3 Deja Vu?

On Wednesday, the Green Archers will try to accomplish what they did back in 2007.  That is to say that beating a team twice whole season long is way meaningful than getting beat by the same team thrice in...

La Salle vs FEU Game Reaction: Good Vibrations

I don’t know for certain if in between poring through the likes of Friedrich Nietzsche and Viktor Frankl, or getting giddy about film masterpieces such as Cinema Paradiso, Coach Juno Sauler has read Bill Simmons’ The Book of Basketball,...

Greenstincts: Heart of a Champion

For all of the adjustments on offense and defense: better player and ball movement, snappy execution of set plays, limiting one of the opponent’s top player and taking better care of the ball, it was the intangibles that allowed...

Not Yet: Archers blast Tamaraws to force sudden death in Final Four 

Rage, rage against the dying of the light. It could have ended today, on a hot Saturday afternoon, in the same place where it started, against a team that was a puzzle they were yet to solve, a code they were...

Sudden Death Never Shall We Fail

WIN OR GO HOME! La Salle fights for survival as it takes on the FEU Tamaraws in the official start of their Final Four series. FEU grabbed the twice-to-beat advantage with a 65-60 win over the Archers last Sunday in...

La Salle vs FEU Game Reaction: Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

While the Green Archers’ current love affair with the championship has been anything but smooth so far this season--in fact taking a melodramatic turn with much off court noise both preceding and leading up to last Sunday’s loss against...

Greenstincts: Can the Green Archers handle The Naked Truth?

Win or go home. That is the naked truth for the defending champion De La Salle University. The Lasallian community would be singing a different tune today had the Green Archers won their playoff game for the twice-to-beat advantage...

DLSU falls to FEU, closes in on elimination 

The reign of the DLSU Green Archers is in danger of lasting just one year. That's the case after the defending champions of the UAAP men's basketball tournament fell to the FEU Tamaraws, 65-60, on Sunday at the Mall of...

Archers, Tams Collide for the Third Time to Dispute Much-Coveted Twice to Beat Advantage

The road to the back-to-back continues as the De La Salle University Green Archers takes on the Far Eastern University Tamaraws in a playoff game to determine the #2 finisher in the elimination round, which will also get the...

La Salle vs NU Game Reaction: Smells Like Green Spirit

If it walks like a champion and defends like a champion and shares the ball like a champion…then it’s definitely the De La Salle Green Archers you're referring to. As soon as Arnold Van Opstal’s name was called as part...
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Green Archers, Coach Derrick Pumaren are in it for the long haul

2020 from 1991. My goodness!!!!! Thirty years!!!!! How time flies. That's how long Manong Derrick Pumarens' coaching journey took...
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What’s in a Word?

Wow what a quarantine period it has been so far. Less than three months into this crap, a plethora of history happened.I mean between...

What if Ben Mbala played 4 UAAP seasons for La Salle?

Make no mistake about it, Ben Mbala is a transcending figure that left a remarkable legacy in the collegiate game. His stellar performance in his...

List of ‘Super Classic’ La Salle games that you can watch at home

We know that most of you are stuck at home during these challenging and unprecedented times. And we also know that you all miss...

For Jade Fuentes, a spot on the court isn’t given. It’s earned

If you already thought that the DLSU Lady Spikers’ frontline this past UAAP Season 82 - for one game, at least - looked formidable,...