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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Bowlers hope for
re-opening of alleys

Top bowlers in Baguio City, where a P500,000 national event was cancelled in March, are hoping the city will include the opening of bowling alleys as there is no contact among players in said sport.

Jayson Nikko Go, president of the Summer Capital Ten Pin Bowling Association, said that bowling is “non-contact sport” and the number of players can be maintained with possible scheduling.

Go, who is also the executive vice president of the Philippine Bowling Federation (PBF), said the opening of lanes will depend on the Inter-agency Task Force but they first need to have an audience with the Philippine Sports Commission.

LeBron not giving up on NBA season

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James said he's eager for the NBA season to resume, as long as the health of players and their families won't be endangered amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

James, speaking on the "WRTS: After Party" program on the Uninterrupted multi-media platform, said he hoped the NBA season resumes sooner rather than later.

"Definitely not giving up on the season," said James, whose Lakers led the Western Conference when the NBA suspended play on March 11.


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