5 career-defining moments for Kobe Bryant

Here are five key events in the career of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, who announced Sunday he was retiring after this season, his 20th with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Retiring Bryant receives high praise from peers

LOS ANGELES -- The NBA fraternity reacted quickly to Kobe Bryant's announcement Sunday that he would retire at the end of the season, with some calling it "sad" while other spoke of his incredible legacy.

Kiefer, Jeron to represent PH in 3x3 All-Star game

UAAP Season 78 Mythical Team members Kiefer Ravena of Ateneo and Jeron Teng of De La Salle will represent the Philippines in the FIBA 3x3 All-Star exhibition game in Doha, Qatar, the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas announced.

Donaire 'doing good' in training camp

Former world champion Nonito Donaire is hard at work in training camp ahead of his December 11 showdown against Cesar Juarez, and his trainer is confident of victory after seeing how "The Filipino Flash" is going.

Arellano opens title-retention bid by sweeping Letran

Arellano University leaned on CJ Rosario to overpower Letran, 25-18, 25-12, and 25-19 on Monday to kick off its title retention bid in the NCAA Season 91 women's volleyball tournament at the Arena in San Juan City.

UST brings back enjoyment, 'family' values in Game 2 win

After University of Santo Tomas lost Game 1 of the UAAP Season 78 Finals against Far Eastern University, head coach Bong dela Cruz admonished the Growling Tigers for trying to be "the hero" and failing to play as a family.

Ayo takes 'big risk' in moving to La Salle

Aldin Ayo is the first to admit that he is taking a huge risk by leaving Letran to take the head-coaching job at La Salle, just barely a month after he led the Knights to their first NCAA championship in a decade.

Work just starting for Lady Eagles, says coach

The Ateneo Lady Eagles' late-season resurgence culminated in an unexpected Finals appearance, but head coach Erika Dy maintains they are not simply "happy to be here."

Kobe Bryant builds a legend despite pain, controversy

LOS ANGELES -- Kobe Bryant became one of the greatest legends in the history of the NBA over two decades with the Los Angeles Lakers, fighting through pain and controversy to ensure his place among the sport's icons.

FEU coach Racela questions officiating crew

Far Eastern University (FEU) head coach Nash Racela was not happy with how the officiating crew called Game 2 of the UAAP Season 78 Finals but also acknowledged that the Tamaraws had no one to blame but themselves for their loss to University of Santo Tomas.