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    Sunday, May 21, 2017

    San Beda Captures adidas Uprising Philippines 2017 Crown: Video and other stuff here!





    The future of Philippine basketball is here and we're fortunate enough to witness the dazzling display of their basketball wizardry during the adidas Uprising Philippines championship game between San Beda Taytay A and Mapua-Malayan Red Robbins on Saturday at the Titan Love Court in Bonifacio Global City Taguig.

    An action-packed game occured between the two protagonists from the opening quarter up to the final buzzer. San Beda managed to execute well down the stretch thereby foiling Mapua's comeback attempt en route to capturing the crown. The final score: 72-64.

    Video:



    Meanwhile, in the battle for 3rd, National University (NU) defeated La Salle Greenhills. NU's 6'5 center Quiambao showed his dominance inside the paint to lead the Bullpups to victory.

    Here are the First Team and Second Team Mythical 5 members. The 3-Stripes brand welcomes this new batch of creators with open arms as they make an indelible mark in the second edition of adidas Uprising PH.

    MVP 
    Penny Estacio (San Beda)

    1st Mythical Team
    1.      Lloyd Oliva (Mapua)
    2.      Justine Sanchez (San Beda)
    3.   Joshua Benaflor (San Beda)
    4.       Penny Estacio (San Beda)   
    5.      Giam Quiambao (Mapua)




    2nd Mythical Team

    1.       Ernest Felisilda (NU)
    2.      Julian Jugo (LSGH)  
    3.      Kenji Duremdes (LSGH)
    4.      Kyle Rivera (LSGH)

    5.      Kevin Quiambao (NU)
    The tallest man is NU's promising 15 year-old 6'5 center Kevin Quiambao.




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