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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, July 24, 2012

ButtonJoshbianc stays unbeaten, Montalbo scores 49 for JK
ButtonPBA Legends to unveil `Court of  Inspiration’
ButtonCondura faces Syntax in Sharp-BUSG finals

Joshbianc stays unbeaten,
Montalbo scores 49 for JK

In a battle of unbeaten teams, Joshbianc Motors slipped past Atlantic Auto Parts, 76-73, in their recent encounter to claim solo leadership in the eight-team cast of the 2012 Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. 2nd Conference Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Tay Tung High School Po hang Gym.

In the second game, Kirell Brahndon Montalbo exploded for a tournament high 49 points to give Johann Kendrick its first victory at the expense of Guanzon Dental Clinic, 123-94.

Atlantic took the first quarter and kept a slim 38-36 lead at the break behind a balanced offensive led by Johnnyson Yu and Marc Lo, while Joshbianc got their production from Arnol Laureño and and Toffel Tan.

PBA Legends to unveil
`Court of  Inspiration’

Local volunteers in Purok Langgka, Brgy. Taloc, Bago City, are constructing a basketball court with the support of Unilab Philippines.

Dubbed as the “Court of Inspiration”, the project is a collaborative effort between small-town locals and the drug company.

Product Associate Justin Tung said the project is a follow-up pitch for their company’s “Aray Natin, Galing Natin” campaign popularized by boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.

Condura faces Syntax
in Sharp-BUSG finals

Powerhouse Condura lived up to its billing as the team to beat in the tournament by beating Panasonic, 92-85, while  Syntax nipped Homesite Basketball Organization, 84-82, in Sunday’s semifinals to arrange a final showdown in the Sharp-Basketball Unified Sports Group Invitational Tournament at the West Negros University gym.

Condura duplicated its 114-107 triumph over Panasonic in the eliminations, while Syntax did the same to HBO, as the two finalists made sure they booked their tickets in the final despite a twice-to-beat advantage in the semis.

Bert Celis was 12 for 12 from the free throw line and topscored with 24 points for Condura, Felipe Tumamot added 20 points, and Bernie Chan has 17 on medium jump shots aside from hauling rebounds at both ends.

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