Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Greenstincts: Dear Green Archers, I wish I knew how to quit you

I have been meaning to use the title above for the entire second round of the UAAP men’s basketball tournament; now, as we bid the Green Archers’ Season 78 goodbye, seems like the most appropriate headline as well as...

The Clipboard: The Perfect Effort

I think most of the articles coming out for tomorrow's game is all about putting pressure on the team to win. Well, I think nobody from the green side wants to end the men's basketball season tomorrow, right? So...

Greenstincts: Never doubt the Green Archers’ hearts

Even the best soap and primetime shows pale in comparison to the plots and subplots in yesterday’s La Salle versus UP game. The Green Archers were hunting for the final slot in the Final Four while at the same...

The Clipboard: Just win, baby.

Anybody familiar with this catch phrase? It is a popular American sports phrase from then-LA Raiders (a National Football League team) head coach and executive, Al Davis during his glory days with the team back in the 70's....

Greenstincts: For the Archers, there’s only the next game

While GreenFansPH has their Grandma Green (and her sermons), I have my own version of a Green Tita of Manila during yesterday’s 62-73 loss to the Ateneo Blue Eagles. From mentioning how the DLSU’s number 13 (Andrei Caracut) played...

A Tale of Two Halves: Archers lose steam in second half, fall to Blue Eagles

The Green Archers were forcing turnovers and taking advantage of Ateneo’s miscues. They were moving the ball well and shooting at a high percentage. The problem was, this all happened in the game’s first twenty minutes. The uprising began...

The Clipboard: Hanging by a Moment

Yes I know, some of you may relate to it as a title of a song but for me, this best describes the Green Archers at the moment. A defeat tomorrow will have them removed out of the...
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