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INASISIBAK ni Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile ang dalawang taga-usig na umupo sa mga kasong kriminal laban sa isang negosyanteng Tsino at kabiyak nito na tumakas palabas ng bansa makaraang maituro sa isang nabigong pagtatangkang magpuslit ng P35-milyong halaga ng black coral.
“They have to be brought here to answer [charges]. We’re not going to be satisfied with filing a case. We want a conviction,” aniya. Nakasamsam ang mga ahente ng customs ng P35-milyong halaga ng black coral, sea shell at stuffed green sea turtle na dumating sa pantalan ng Maynila noong Mayo 1 mula sa Cotabato. Dinalhan ng arrest warrant ang mga Li sa Zamboanga City noong Biyernes, ngunit lumabas na sumakay sila sa Cebu Pacific flight patungong Maynila, at isang Cebu Pacific connecting flight pa-Hong Kong noong Hunyo 7. Pinaniniwalaang tumulak paMalaysia si Olivia.

Inatasan din ni Enrile ang Department of Justice na ipa-extradite si Li Yu Ming, alyas Joe Pring, at kabiyak niyang Pilipinang si Olivia Li, na naiulat na tumakas bago pa sila nailagay sa immigration hold-departure order. Sa muling pagdinig ng Senado sa tangkang pamumuslit, tinuligsa ni Enrile ang mga Zamboanga City Assistant Prosecutor na sina Alfredo Jimenez Jr. at Gladdy Bernabe para sa pag-aantala ng resolusyon sa mga kaso ng pagnanakaw laban sa mga Li. Pinagbibitiw sila ni Enrile at minungkahing kuhanin na ng DOJ ang imbestigasyon ng mga kaso laban sa magkabiyak.

BISPERAS NG KAARAWAN NI KA PEPE
LUMIWANAG sa kislap ng kuwitis ang 98-taong-gulang na Rizal Monument na obra ni Richard Kissling. Nakulayan ng mga paputok ang Luneta noong Linggo dahil sa pagdiriwang sa ika-113 taon ng kasarinlan ng Pilipinas. MARK LESTER CAYABYAB

NEWS DPWH: Bibigat trapik sa Quezon Ave., QC
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Ni Philip C. Tubeza

TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011

PAL kulang sa tauhan
SUNUD-SUNOD ang pagbibitiw sa Philippine Airlines (PAL) kaya napilitan ang flag carrier na kumuha ng may 60 bagong customer service agent (CSA) para sa mga check-in counter sa mga lokal na paliparan. “ T h e y w o u l d r eplace CSAs who had either resigned or were pirated abroad,” p a h a y a g n i PA L spokesperson Cielo Villaluna. “To avoid inconvenience to our passengers in terms of longer queues and waiting times, PAL management has started processing applications for CSAs,” dinagdag pa niya. Paolo G. Montecillo

BIBIGAT ang daloy ng trapiko sa intersection ng G. Araneta at Quezon Avenue sa Quezon City kapag sinimulan na ng pamahalaan sa isang linggo ang isang P430-milyong interchange project, sinabi ni Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson kahapon.
Siniyasat na ni Singson ang mga alternatibong ruta para sa mga motorista na maaapektuhan ng pagtatayo sa C-3 (G. Araneta Avenue)–Quezon Avenue Interchange Project simula Lunes. Aniya, gagawa ng apat na lane ng underpass sa Quezon Avenue patawid ng Araneta Avenue, at magkakabit ng submersible pumps upang makontrol ang pagbaha. Kailangan ding magtayo ng reinforced concrete box at pipe culverts. Inaasahang matatapos ito sa loob ng 450 araw. Upang maibsan ang paninikip ng daloy ng trapiko, nilatag na ni Singson ang isang traffic management rerouting plan. Dalawang lane pa sa magkabilang direksyon ng Quezon Avenue at Araneta

Avenue ang isasara. Sa mga manggaling ng Edsa papuntang Maynila, tinukoy ng DPWH ang 11 alternatibong ruta, kabilang ang: mula Edsa kumanan sa West Avenue, kumaliwa sa Del Monte Avenue at kumaliwa sa A. Bonifacio Avenue, kumanan sa Blumentritt, kumaliwa sa Dimasalang patungong Maynila. Sa mga manggagaling naman ng Maynila sa España Boulevard papuntang Edsa Quezon City, maaaring kumanan sa E. Rodriguez Sr. Makikita ang lahat ng alternatibong ruta sa DPWH web site na www.dpwh.gov.ph.

FOOD POISONING
HALOS 140 na tao, karamihan mga bata, ang itinakbo sa Calumpit District Hospital sa Calumpit, Bulacan, dahil nagkasakit sila ng food poisoning na pinaghihinalaang sanhi raw ng nakaing spaghetti sa isang birthday party. MARIANNE BERMUDEZ

Extradisyon ni Michael Ray Aquino OK na sa US
BINUKSAN na ng US State Department ang daan para sa extradition ni Michael Ray Aquino, na maaaring ilabas ng piitan sa New Jersey at ibalik sa Pilipinas pagsapit ng Hulyo 3, ayon sa ahensya. Isa si Aquino sa mga pangunahing suspek sa Dacer-Corbito double murder case. Dati siyang tauhan ni Sen. Panfilo Lacson, na kapwa rin niya akusado, ngunit pinawalang-sala naman ng Court of Appeals nitong Pebrero. Ayon kay Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, makatutulong ang pagbabalik ni Aquino sa pagtunton sa katotohanan sa likod ng pamamaslang noong Nobyembre 2000 sa public relations expert na si Salvador “Bubby” Dacer at drayber nitong si Emmanuel Corbito. Muling masisimulan ng Department of Justice (DoJ) ang imbestigasyon sa pamamaslang, anang k a l i h i m s a m g a r eporter sa Maynila kahapon. “Since Aquino is a key player in the case, I would hope that he will cooperate.” “I would hope that he will tell us if PAOCTF was really involved in the case,” aniya, tinukoy ang buwag nang Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Task Force na pinamunuan noon ni Lacson nang hepe pa siya ng Philippine National Police sa administrasyong Estrada. Panatag naman si Lacson na hindi siya madadawit ni Aquino sa kaso. “He has nothing to link me to the case,” ani Lacson sa isang text message. “I don’t think Aquino will succumb to pressure and promise of a comfortable life to the point of lying heavily just to satisfy the people with ill motives against me.” Isang taong nagtago si Lacson bago inabswelto ng CA. MR
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‘Mahirap ang pangakong yan’
KAILANGANG simulan ni Pangulong Aquino sa mga kaibigan niyang nagkakamali ang kanyang kampanya para sa isang Pilipinas na walang katiwalian, anang ilang obispong Katoliko na nagsabing mahihirapan siyang makamit ang kanyang mithiin sa susunod na limang taon.
Duda ang mga obispo mula sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng bansa na matutupad ng Pangulo ang sumpa niya nitong nakaraang Araw ng Kasarinlan na lilipulin niya ang kahirapan at katiwalian bago siya bumaba sa puwesto sa 2016. Sinabi ng mga obispo na mas kapanipaniwala ang 10porsyentong kabawasan sa kahirapan sa susunod na limang taon. “[That’s] a tall order. [He must] prove his competency,” ani Baguio Bishop Carlito Cenzon sa himpilan ng Simbahan na Radio Veritas. Para kay Bishop Dinualdo Gutierrez ng Marbel, “That’s not attainable,” patungkol sa pangako ni G. Aquino. “He should fire and not protect his friends if [they are found guilty] of wrongdoing… he must also select competent officials,” diin ni Gutierrez. Idinagdag niya na dapat simulan ng Pangulo ang kampanya sa pinakamalalaking ahensya tulad ng Bureau of Internal Revenue at Bureau of Customs. “Talk is different from action, I want to see his actions,” hirit naman ni Antipolo Auxiliary Bishop Francisco de Leon. Noong isang linggo ay hiningi ng minorya sa Kongreso na humarap sa imbestigasyon ng mga mambabatas ang lahat ng “kakampi, kaklase and kabarilan” na akusado ng katiwalian. Hindi umano pinansin ni G. Aquino ang mga paratang laban sa kanyang mga kaibigan, kasama na si LTO chief Virginia Torres at Interior Undersecretary Rico Puno.

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ROMEL M. LALATA, Editor

Stars impart precious life lessons from their fathers
By Dolly Anne Carvajal

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ATHER’S Day is just around the corner. Although I wasn’t as close to my Dad as I was to my Mom after they separated, I still have fond memories of him.
small.” *** OGIE ALCASID: “I am like my dad when it comes to work ethics. We are both hardworking. I’m proud that, at his age, he still has the same principles.” *** JERICHO ROSALES: “I’m very adventurous, like my Dad. I’m very resourceful, like him. He likes to joke around, make people laugh. He’s not perfect but he loves his family and is on good terms with everybody, responsible and helpful. I’m very proud of him.” *** ALEX GONZAGA: “Just like my Dad, I am conservative and God-fearing. I’m proud of him for introducing our whole family to Jesus and the Christian faith. I’m also proud of his drive to spread the word of God, and

RUFA Mae

Snooky’s carefree summer
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
THOSE were carefree days of innocence. Actress Snooky Serna fondly recalls shooting Elwood Perez’s Summer Love, released in 1981: “I was 14. We were all teenagers. We had no anxieties ... no attitude problems.” She and costars Gabby Concepcion, William Martinez and Maricel Soriano were in the throes of young love. It helped that the film was shot in scenic, romantic Taal, Batangas. “William and Maricel were sweethearts so they seemed cut off from the rest of us ... like they were lost in their own world,” Snooky recounts. “Gabby was courting Sharon [Cuneta]. He kept calling Sharon from Batangas.”

Identical rings
Understandably, Summer Love is close to Snooky’s heart. She remembers having said “yes” to Albert Martinez at the time of the shoot. “My parents [actors Mila Ocampo and Von Serna] accompanied me on the set. One day I asked permission to go steady with Albert. They gave me their blessing.” Brothers William and Albert later gave Maricel and Snooky identical rings during the shoot. In a lot of ways, Snooky was a true-blue Regal baby, nervously making her first tentative steps in the film. Director Perez recounts

that he taught Snooky how to jump rope on the set. Snooky explains, “I knew nothing of street games ...tumbang preso, patintero...” She had the chance to reunite with Perez and Regal producer Lily Monteverde when Summer Love was screened at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) last Saturday. The Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (Sofia) found a Umatic copy of Summer Love, believed “lost” until recently. Snooky hopes her daughters Sam, 18, and Sachi, 14, appreciated the movie. “They may find it corny, but I’m sure they can relate to it. It’s a wonderful coming-of-age film,” she says.

We all have a little of our Dads in us. I got my Dad’s outgoing nature, his being meticulous, and the way he gets so engrossed in whatever he desires. Though he has passed on, it still gives me great pride that he won the Soap Box Derby in the United States when he was a kid and that, after his wild days, he cleaned up his act and became a religious pastor. No matter how high celebs get in the success ladder, they still look up to their fathers. What better time than Father’s Day to pay homage to every one’s very first hero? *** RUFA MAE QUINTO: “My dad and I are both very jolly people, and we both have a good heart. He is 100 percent supportive of all his kids. He never stood in the way of our dreams, big or

of the fact that he brou up the old-fashioned w *** DIAINA MENEZES: my business sense from dad. He started from s nothing came easy, but determination, he beca successful businessman sent me to the best sch and always reminded m that it was because of hard he worked that h able to give me a good But, he also said, when grew up, I’d have to do for myself, so that wha work for will be truly m left Brazil for the Philip with nothing, and did thing for myself, just li Dad said. Now we are proud of each other. *** CARMI MARTIN: “M Dad was an excellent c learned from him. I’m JERICHO cook, too.”

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It all ends in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—part 2’

‘Varekai’ means ‘whenever’
THE CIRCUS is coming to town. Cirque du Soleil’s Varekai, which means “whenever” in the Romany language of gypsies, opens June 22 and runs till July 24 at the Grand Chapiteau of the Circus Village, in front of Quirino Grandstand, in Rizal Park. For tickets, log on to www.hoopla.ph or w w w . c i r q u e d usoleil.com or call 669- 2222.

TEN years and seven movies later, the series based on J.K. Rowling's epic tale of the boy wizard comes to an end with the eighth film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part 2. The seventh book, which finds Potter and his trusty friends in all-out war against the evil Lord Voldemort for the salvation of the nonmagical and wizarding worlds, was split into two films. The first half, which came out on November last year, has earned $285 million at the U.S. box office, $900 million worldwide. The second film comes CARMI out July 14. “The very last ught us one’s a big old epic, with lots of battles and dragons and way. goblins. It’s going to be operatic. And then it’s over,” says : “I got director David Yates. m my Actor Tom Felton has scratch, played Draco Malfoy, Harry's t with nemesis at Hogwarts School ame a of Witchcraft and Wizardry, n. He since the first film — Harry hools Potter and the Sorcerer's me Stone — in 2001. He and the how core cast — including Daniel he was Radcliffe as Potter, with Emd life. ma Watson and Rupert Grint nI as his pals Hermione and o it all Ron — return for one last atever I time. mine. I “One of the greatest gifts ippines that Jo Rowling and the everywhole franchise has given ike my (the actors) is that we can both really end up making a kid’s night just from saying hello," Felton says. "I was 12 when My we started shooting; 13 cook. I when it came out. I'm 23 a good now. It's been a long journey.”

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VAREKAI by Cirque du Soleil is coming to Manila and will run from June 22 to July 24 at the Quirino Grandstand. In time for this great event, Manila Hotel is giving everyone another reason to see Varekai. Get the Varekai Premiere Room Package which includes Premiere Night tickets to Varekai by Cirque du Soleil on June 22, b u f f e t breakfast, complimentary broadband access, 20-percent discount in all of Manila Hotel’s restaurants, and 25-percent discount on all Spa treatments and packages. Single occupancy rates start at P12,500 net and double occupancy rates start at P20,000 net. Premiere Night tickets to Varekai by Cirque du Soleil are exclusively available to the public through this room package. As an added bonus, Premiere Night attendees will have access to an exclusive Cirque du Soleil After Party at the Manila Hotel. Varekai ticket holders will also get a 20-percent discount on Manila Hotel’s Superior Deluxe Room, Sunset, and Sunrise Suites. The Cirque du Soleil Room Package includes buffet breakfast, free Internet access, and complimentary use of Health Club facilities. T h e room package (P6,396 to P13,874) is available until July 24, but the magic conSunset Suite tinues with the extended stay date until Sept. 31. To inquirer about the Varekai Premiere Room Package and Cirque du Soleil Room Package, visit www.manila-hotel.com.ph or call 527 0011 local 1175. Varekai tickets are available online at www.hoopla.ph or www.cirquedusoleil.com. For inquiries, call 669-2222.

Now everyone can capture the cool and eco life
AS PART of its effort to promote environmental initiatives, Pa n a s o n i c M a n u f a c t u r i n g Philippines Corp. (PMPC) is firm in contributing to the the enrichment of people’s and creation of a sustainable society through its environmentfriendly appliances. "Panasonic wants to take the lead in inspiring innovation to provide green lifestyles and green business-styles for people around the world, said PMPC director for marketing Miguel Castro, adding that on Jan. 8, Panasonic Corp. (Japan) president Fumio Ohtsubo put forth a clear statement of Panasonic’s new vision: To become the No. 1 Green Innovation Company in the electronics industry by 2018, when Panasonic will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Castro stressed that consumers should buy environment-friendly products to contribute to eliminating harmful gases, which contributes to the increase of global temperature and pollute the environment resulting in diseases. Panasonic products address not only eco-friendly concerns but energy efficiency issues. Aside from air conditioners, refrigerators and washing machines, other Panasonic products considered environmentfriendly are digital cameras, Plasma TVs, LCD TVs, DVD home cinema/theater sound systems, batteries and electric fans.

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CONVENTIONAL battery-operated 3D glasses, flickery 3D images, and complicated Internet TVs are going to take a back seat as LG introduces its Cinema 3D TV and the Smart TV that’s simple, smarter, and comfortable to use. Unlike conventional 3D TVs, the Cinema 3D TV has flicker free technology that virtually eliminates feelings of dizziness. The Cinema 3D TV also uses FPR glasses that are light (only 16 grams), and do not require batteries or charging. LG 3D glasses, free of electro magnetic waves, are more convenient and safer than the conventional 3D glasses. The Cinema 3D TV is coated with 3D Light Boost, a thin film covering that counteracts any dimness that usually occur with traditional 3D TVs. It also offers flexible viewing positions, allowing customers to enjoy clear and bright 3D pictures whether lying down or leaning back in any spot in front of the TV . LG Smart TV meanwhile, has , “Point, Click, Control, Simply Smarter” capabilities. The smart share feature allows immediate wireless access to content on your PC or Smart phone so that connecting to your digital devices will never be a problem. Equipped with “The Magic Motion Remote Control,” customers will experience intuitive control linked to a UI that offers single click access, by letting viewers drag and drop, just like a PC. The Smart TV and Cinema 3D TV are available in all leading appliance stores nationwide.

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‘Spar’ matibay paniniwala sa Pinoy basketbol

SPORTS

TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011

Eagles mahihirapan: Black
Ni Jasmine W. Payo
BAGAMAT pinagharian ang FilOil Flying V Premier Cup, naniniwala si Ateneo mentor Norman Black na hindi magiging madali ang misyon ng Ateneo Blue Eagles na makuha ang four-peat sa UAAP men’s basketball tournament. ‘‘I think this is going to be our hardest season,” sabi ni Black matapos gupuin ng Eagles ang San Beda Red Lions, 75-56, sa final. “The more you win, the bigger the target gets on your chest. And the more people want to bring you down.” Tulad ng mga napabalita ay mahuhusay ang mga laro ng mga baguhan na sina Kiefer Ravena at Greg Slaughter. Ngunit hindi naiwasan ni Black na sabihin ang hindi paglalaro nina UAAP Finals MVP Ryan Buenafe at Art dela Cruz sa darating season. Umuwi na rin sa probinsiya si Mark Tallo. “We seem to be losing players right and left,” sabi ni Black. “Mark Tallo decided to go back to Cebu. But I think we’re deep enough to be still competitive this year.”

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IYA ang tanging Pilipino na naging pangulo ng makapangyarihan International Basketball Federation (Fiba). Kilala siya sa walang-kapagurang pagdidiin ng pagkamakabayan sa pagbuo ng pambansang koponan sa mga internasyonal laban sa basketbol.
antas ng Pinoy basketbol. Ngunit diniin na kailangan ng mga bossing sa basketbol na mahalaga ang simbuyo ng damdamin upang tiyakin namuling manunumbalik ang kislap ng isport sa internasyonal tanghalan. ‘‘I don’t have that amount of money during my time. I pray and hope that people tasked to save the sport will use the money wisely. Remember that too many cooks spoil the broth,” wika ni Puyat na mula sa pagiging konsehal ng Maynila ay dalawang beses naging mambabatas noong panahon ni Marcos. Kaiba sa paniniwala ng karamihan, matibay ang kapit ni Puyat na may kakayahan ang Smart Gilas Pilipinas na tibagin ang higanteng China. ‘‘I don’t believe that China is invincible. It can be beaten,” ani Puyat na dinala sa bansa ang

Dahil sa kanyang dedikasyon at kakayahan na makipagtalakayan at walang takot na ipaglaban ang kanyang prinsipyo ay tinagurian rin si Puyat na ‘‘Spar” ng mga isportsrayter. ‘‘Love of country is paramount. Patriotism must be the heart and soul of our campaign,” diin ni Gonzalo ‘‘Lito” Puyat, 78, sa isang ekslusibong interbyu Lunes sa O’Sonho sa Makati City. Sinabi ni Puyat na matagal ring naging pangulo ng Basketball Association of the Philippines na siya ay semi-retired ngunit nasa ‘‘fighting form” pa rin. Natutuwa si Puyat, nahalal na pangulo ng Fiba noong 1976 Montreal Olympics at 1980 Moscow Olympics, sa tulong na binibigay ni telecommunications magnate at Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas chairman Manny V Pangilinan upang itaas ang .

PUYAT

ARNOLD ALMACEN

World Basketball Championship noong dekada 80s, NBA All Stars at ang ABC championships. Dennis U.Eroa

Tyson, Rocky pasok sa Hall of Fame
CANASTOTA, New York — Naluklok sa International Boxing Hall of Fame si Mike Tyson na dating prinoklama ang sarili bilang “baddest man on the planet.” Kasama ni Tyson sa induksyon Linggo si Sylvester Stallone na pinasikat ang serye ng ‘‘Rocky” sa pelikula. Dinumog ng mga miron ang okasyon at hindi naiwasan ni Tyson na maging emosyonal. “I’ve got to be goofy about this or I’ll get emotional up here,” babala ni Tyson bago parangalan ang kanyang namayapa trainer at nagsilbing ama na si Cus D’Amato. Nagsimulang magsanay si Tyson sa gym ni D’Amato sa Catskill,New York. Pumanaw si D’Amato noong 1985 isang bago patumbahin ni Tyson si Trevor Berbick at maging pinakabatang kampeon ng heavyweight sa edad na 20. “All this stuff started when I met Cus, Bobby Stewart. I was in reform school because I was always robbing people,” sabi ni Tyson. “All my life I watched these guys. I look at them different,” dagdag ni Tyson habang tinitingnan ang mga larawan ng kanyang nina Carmen Basilio , Billy Backus, Jake LaMotta, Leon Spinks, George Chuvalo at Marvin Hagler. Inquirer wires

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DUNKIN BIG DUNK
MAKIKITA ang mga opisyal ng Metro Sports na sina (mula kaliwa) tournament director Johanz Buenvenida at president Fredie Infante na binibigay ang opisyal bola na ginamit sa Dunkin Big Dunk high school beach volleyball kay Dunkin Donut marketing services manager Deng Tabucol. Nasa larawan rin sina Angel Lincudine ng Dunkin Big Dunk, Rachel Arroyo at Pj Paraiso. Kinuha ng UE-Caloocan ang titulo sa mga kababaihan samantalang kampeon ang Makati High School sa mga kalalakihan sa paligsahan na sinuportahan ng Shakeys, Mikasa, Toby's Sports, Asics at LBC.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011

SPORTS

DENNIS U. EROA, Editor

APRUB
TINATAAS ni Dallas forward Nowitzki forward ang Bill Russell trophy na simbolo ng kanyang pagiging Most Valuable Player sa NBA Finals. Nasa kaliwa si Russell na binuhat ang Boston Celtics sa 11 kampeonato na kung saan ay limang beses siyang napili bilang MVP ng liga. Kabilang ang 6-foot10 manlalaro sa Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, FIBA Hall of Fame at National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Si Russell ay isa sa 50 Greatest Players sa kasaysayan ng NBA. REUTERS

SA WAKAS, MAVERICKS KAMPEON

Kulang sa init, sobra lamig ng Heat

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IAMI—Nawala ang init ng Miami Heat sa walang humpay atake ng Dallas Mavericks na tinapos ang tatlong dekada ng tagtuyot matapos iiskor ang 105-95 panalo sa NBA Finals Linggo dito.
Nanlamig ang sandamukal tagasunod ng Heat matapos bumuga si sharpshooter Jason Terry ng 27 puntos mula sa bench na nagpatalas sa nakapapanghina pakawala ng Mavericks ng mga bomba mula labas. Tinapos ng Mavericks, ang best-of-seven finals, 4-2. Sinalpak ng Dallas ang 11 sa 26 tira mula sa three-point area. “We’re a resilient bunch, and we saw it,” wika ni Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki na napiling Finals Most Valuable Player matapos ang 26 puntos average. “This whole series we were down. We kept battling back. Kept believing in each other. This is a win of team basketball.” sabi ni Nowitzki na pinasok lamang ang siyam sa 27 tira ngunit tulad ng kanyang naka-

gawian ay tumirada ng 10 sa kanyang 21 puntos sa fourth quarter na pumigil sa rali ng Miami. Pumasok noong 2006 Finals ang Dallas ngunit hindi umubra sa Miami, 2-4. “I don’t think there’s any doubt after this series that Dirk has certainly earned the clout of being one of the all-time great players,” wika ni Maverick coach Rick Carlisle.

EXTRA SPECIAL
Sinabi ni Nowitzki na “extra special” ang una niyang titulo sapagkat palagian siyang ki-

nakapos sa pagkuha ng titulo. “If I would have won one early in my career, maybe I would have never put all the work and the time in that I have over the last 13 years,” ani Nowitzki. “So this feels amazing.” Kumana ng 21 puntos si LeBron James bago nanahimik matapos gumawa ng siyam puntos sa first period. Tinapos ni Chris Bosh ang sagupaan na may 19, samantalang may 18 puntos si Mario Chalmers at 17 si Dwyane Wade.

‘‘IT HURTS”
Muling kinapos si James sa kampeonato bagamat nakipagsanib lakas siya kay Bosh at Wade upang mabuo ang ‘‘Big Three.” "There’s no distractions that can stop me from trying to chase an NBA championship. It hurts of course. I’m not going to hang my head low. I know how much work as a team we put into it. “You can never hang your head low when you know how much work, how much dedication you put into the game of basketball when the lights are off and the cameras are not on.” Lumutang ang Mavericks sa walong puntos ni Nowitzki at anim mula kay Jason Kidd na nag-resulta sa 28-21 atake na nag-resulta sa 81-72 agwat patungo sa fourth quarter. Hindi na nakalapit ang Heat bagamat patuloy ang sigaw ng karamihan sa 20,000 miron sa American Airlines Arena. ‘‘Larry O’Brien trophy” Tinaas ng Dallas ang ‘‘Larry O’Brien Trophy” sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon sa 31-taon kasaysayan ng prankisa. “They had timely shots, they had timely offensive rebounds, they never got flustered,” ani Bosh. Reuters

‘Big Three’ ng Miami inismol ng Mavericks
MIAMI - Bigo ang ‘‘Big Three” ng Miami Heat na mag-kampeon sa kanilang unang taon magkakasama dahil sa kakulangan ng teamwork at paiba-ibang laro na nag-resulta sa tagumpay ng Dallas Mavericks sa NBA Finals. Dahil dito nagbubunyi ang mga miron na hindi nagustuhan ang pag-alis nina LeBron James at Chris Bosh sa kani-kanilang mga koponan upang samahan si Dwayne Wade sa Miami. Patok sa karamihan ang allaround play ng Mavericks na tinapos ang serye sa tahahan ng Heat. Aminado ang Heat na kinapos sila sa kanilang misyon. “There’s no excuses. There’s no blame. Sometimes you simply come up short. All of the story lines and noise out there, that had nothing to do with this series and the outcome,” ani Miami mentor Eric Spoelstra. “But it doesn’t make it feel any easier for the guys in the locker room. It’s a special group. A lot of guys sacrificed to make this happen. It was unfortunate we just came up short. Americans, like most neutral fans, love backing the underdog and that support had an extra potency this year with the Heat being the team so many love to hate and James, for various reasons, becoming a cartoon villain.” Reuters

HAY BUHAY!
MIAMI coach Erik Spoelstra.
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