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Ravena hopes to play for Guiao at NLEX: ‘I’m very excited’

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After giving it much thought, Kiefer Ravena feels that the timing is just right for him to enter the PBA. “I really thought about this with my family and a decision that really took so much time. Once I submitted my papers, I knew my future is already here,” Ravena said. One of the most […]

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NLEX coach Guiao focused on winning, not getting top draft pick

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NLEX continued its dream run in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup, this time stunning San Miguel with a 103-100 thriller on Sunday. That victory gave the Road Warriors their sixth win in eight games, enough to assure themselves a seat in the quarterfinals. However, as morale boosting as the stretch is, NLEX’s wins may come […]

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At 4-0, NLEX far from satisfied, says Lastimosa

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Coach Yeng Guiao may have his reservations when it comes to NLEX’s 4-0 start, but Carlo Lastimosa is convinced that the Road Warriors are no fluke. But he wouldn’t deny that even he is surprised with how cohesive NLEX has been so far in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup. “Of course, I think all of […]

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Guiao on NLEX’s 0-2 start: ‘Maybe we need drastic measures’

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It wasn’t the way coach Yeng Guiao wanted to celebrate his 58th birthday. After a promising first showing two days ago, the Road Warriors took a step back on Sunday, falling to Meralco, 91-84, on Sunday with them failing to keep up with the Bolts in the fourth quarter. “Nobody stepped up for us today. […]

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Guiao on last place NLEX: We’ll start over again if needed

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NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao said major changes have to be made after his team ended the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup with the worst record. The Road Warriors finished their first conference under Guiao with a dismal 2-9 slate. “I don’t think you can be last place in the conference and not make any radical […]

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NLEX’s Enrico Villanueva likely to miss rest of PH Cup due to MCL tear

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Enrico Villanueva has been ruled out of the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup after the veteran big man suffered an MCL tear on his left knee. NLEX team manager Ronald Dulatre bared the development, which was confirmed by coach Yeng Guiao. “He may be out for two months. Most likely, he’ll be returning in the second […]

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PBA Season 42 Preview: NLEX Road Warriors

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Enough of being the third banana. With coach Yeng Guiao in tow, NLEX hopes to finally take that huge step and be among the contenders this upcoming season. The coaching change is the biggest offseason move for the Road Warriors, who have yet to make waves in their three years in the PBA. This season […]

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Cruz credits Guiao for Most Improved Player award

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Jericho Cruz only had one guy to thank for his Most Improved Player award. “Without coach Yeng (Guiao), I wouldn’t be here right now. Binigyan nya ako ng playing time, binigyan niya ako ng tiwala na pag nasa loob ako, may magandang mangyayari,” he said on Friday after the 2016 Leo Awards. Averaging only 24.3 […]

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Struggling Painters have no chemistry, says Guiao

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Rain or Shine is not the premier model of consistency in the 2016 PBA Governors’ Cup. And after a disappointing 101-87 loss to Barangay Ginebra on Sunday, Elasto Painters head coach Yeng Guiao seemed to have had enough of his team’s inconsistent showing. “I’m a little worried because it’s our sixth game in the eliminations […]

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Guiao relishes coaching in All-Star Game

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Consider it quits. Losing in the dance showdown before the game, head coach Yeng Guiao and his North All-Stars gained a measure of retribution after besting the South All-Stars, 154-151, in the All-Star Game Sunday night. “Natalo kami sa dance showdown kaya kailangan bumawi kami sa laro,” said Guiao. The stern mentor let his guard […]

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Rain or Shine played ‘out of character’ in loss to TNT

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Rain or Shine head coach Yeng Guiao wasn’t all too pleased when the Elasto Painters went pedestrian against Talk N’ Text in their opening game in the PBA Governors’ Cup. Holding an eight-point lead, 98-90, with 6:18 remaining in the game, Guiao said they could’ve just protected the lead and finish Wednesday night on a […]

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Guiao: Lowhorn a better version of Henderson-Niles

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For Rain or Shine coach Yeng Guiao, his incoming import Dior Lowhorn reminds him a lot of his former reinforcement Pierre Henderson-Niles. The Elasto Painters won the 2016 PBA Commissioner’s Cup crown despite Henderson-Niles becoming the lowest-scoring import in PBA history. Lowhorn and Henderson-Niles may be similar in terms of what they can offer being an […]

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Aces’ Baguio has high praise for former coach Yeng Guiao

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Rain or Shine head coach Yeng Guiao captured his seventh PBA title and in the process derailed his former player’s bid for a fourth championship. Cyrus Baguio was a vital member of the 2006 Red Bull team that won the Fiesta Cup crown with Guiao at the helm.  On Wednesday, however, the two were on opposing […]

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Cruz helps Painters win title after getting nearly traded

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Looking back, Rain or Shine head coach Yeng Guiao could only smile as he reminisced what could’ve been had things worked out differently. “During draft day, tine-trade pa namin siya eh,” Guiao said on Cruz, whom the Elasto Painters selected as the ninth overall pick in the 2014 PBA Draft. “Walang gustong kumuha. Naghahanap kami ng […]

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Guiao still confident Rain or Shine will win title

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Last Wednesday, Rain or Shine head coach Yeng Guiao refused to guarantee a victory even after his Elasto Painters had taken a comfortable 3-0 lead in their 2016 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals duel with the Alaska Aces. But just when the Aces have won two in a row to make the series interesting, Guiao couldn’t […]

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Painters go for historic sweep of Beermen in Game 3

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For the second straight conference, San Miguel Beer is determined to rise from the grave. Not if Rain or Shine could help it. Who among the Elasto Painters and Beermen have stronger resolve would be known when they clash for what could be the deciding game Thursday in their Oppo-PBA Commissioner’s Cup semifinals series at the PhilSports […]

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Ginebra, Rain or Shine begin quarterfinals showdown

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To many, Barangay Ginebra and Rain or Shine make the matchup with the trimmings of a classic showdown from among four pairings in the Oppo PBA Commissioner’s Cup quarterfinals. On one side is the Ginebra team on its strongest run under coach Tim Cone while on the other side is the ROS team which is […]

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Painters miss Guiao in blowout loss to TNT

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Rain or Shine failed to win one for its head coach Yeng Guiao on Monday. Guiao served a one-game suspension and without him, the Elasto Painters couldn’t do much in a 114-103 loss to TNT, in a game they trailed by as much as 22 points. Assistant coach Caloy Garcia, who momentarily took over the […]

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Guiao not giving up on new import Wright

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Rain or Shine had to find a replacement import quickly after Wayne Chism got hurt. And though new reinforcement Antoine Wright failed to impress in his PBA debut, Elasto Painters head coach Yeng Guiao is far from giving up on the former NBA veteran yet. “He’s legit in the NBA. He was picked very early in […]

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Guiao: We’re not ready to win a championship

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Down 3-2, Rain or Shine’s back was against the wall on Friday as it battled for its life in the PBA Philippine Cup against defending champions San Miguel. But the Elasto Painters failed to pounce on the absence of injured June Mar Fajardo in the second half as they let the Beermen ride off to […]

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Paul Lee tastes bitter loss in first game back

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It wasn’t the kind of comeback Paul Lee had in mind.

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Guiao stays positive after Rain or Shine collapse

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Rain or Shine had the lead for the most part of its semifinals opener against defending champion San Miguel Beer before collapsing when it mattered most.

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Quiñahan, ROS players doing everything to win PH Cup title for Guiao

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Despite his coaching brilliance, Yeng Guiao, has yet to own a coveted Philippine Cup championship.

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Guiao says ROS loss to NLEX a ‘big disappointment’

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It took only one game and everything fell for Rain or Shine.

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Ahanmisi rewards Guiao’s confidence in Rain or Shine win over Mahindra

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Rain or Shine rookie Maverick Ahanmisi accomplished what his head coach Yeng Guiao wanted heading into the Elasto Painters’ game against the Mahindra Enforcers Sunday.

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Guiao says Lee’s absence gives ROS rookies chance to step up

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Rain or Shine head coach Yeng Guiao will be expecting a lot from his rookies in the absence of star guard Paul Lee.

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Matias feels like a rookie all over again in return to Rain or Shine

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Ronnie Matias bounced around from one team to another since being let go by Rain or Shine two years ago.

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Beermen finish off E-Painters to set up finals meet with Aces

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San Miguel Beer simply would not be denied. With Arizona Reid showing the way and their other pillars taking the cue, the Beermen overcame another gutsy stand by Rain or Shine to fashion a 117-110 triumph Wednesday and advance to the PBA Governors Cup championship series at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Reid finished with a game-high 38 […]

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Beermen go for the kill against determined E-painters

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San Miguel Beer coach Leo Austria knows the law of averages should catch his team. But not Wednesday evening, when his Beermen try to close out their PBA Governors Cup semifinals duel with Rain or Shine at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. “We all know naman na there’s such a thing as law of averages, pero […]

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Focused on getting SMB to finals, hot-shooting feat no big deal for Lassiter

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After Marcio Lassiter’s game was spoiled in Game 2 after Rain or Shine snatched the victory, it was his turn to exact revenge by raining on Wendell McKines’ parade in Game 3. The San Miguel defense limited the Elasto Painters reinforcement to just 39 points on Monday, compared to the 53 he tallied two days […]

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Determined AZ Reid ready to close it out for Beermen

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Just by reading his body language, there is no doubt that Arizona Reid is determined to carry San Miguel to the promised land this conference.

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After limited touches in game 3, McKines hopes RoS finds right tweaks for Game 4

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Even on the heels of another great shooting night, Wendell McKines emerged from the dugout with a different aura. After all, Rain or Shine was on the brink of elimination from the 2015 PBA Governors’ Cup after a sorry 114-108 defeat to San Miguel Monday night. READ: No collapse as San Miguel takes 2-1 lead […]

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Cabagnot game-changer for Beermen in game 3 win

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Seeing Marcio Lassiter’s torrid shooting go to waste in Game 2, San Miguel made sure none of that would happen again when it took the court in Game 3. And the one to heed the call? Alex Cabagnot. The veteran playmaker joined the scoring party on Monday, breaking out with 26 points on a 5-of-7 shooting […]

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No collapse as San Miguel takes 2-1 lead over Rain or Shine

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There would be no epic collapse by San Miguel Beer against Rain or Shine this time around, not with Arizona Reid making sure of it. With Reid scoring 11 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter, the Beermen came out with a 114-108 victory Monday to move within just another win of wrapping up […]

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Beermen, E-painters shoot for crucial 2-1 lead

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Both San Miguel Beer and Rain or Shine have taken turns showing their irrepressible spirit. Whose tenacity comes out on top this time around would be known when the Beermen and Elasto Painters square off anew for what should be a critical game Monday in their PBA Governors Cup semifinals duel at Smart Araneta Coliseum. […]

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Austria looking for better game plan against McKines in game 3

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San Miguel Beer’s defensive game plan coming into Saturday night’s Game 2 of their best-of-five semifinals series with Rain or Shine had a lot to do with limiting the Elasto Painters import Wendell McKines. The Beermen tried but failed miserably after losing a game where they made 21 3-pointers and once led by as many […]

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Rain or Shine ties series at 1-1 after ‘God-given’ win

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For a long while, San Miguel Beer was drenching Rain or Shine with triples.

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RAIN OR SHINE ELASTO PAINTERS VS. SAN MIGUEL BEERMEN – JULY 4, 2015

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