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Battle of Discounts: Cebu Pacific vs. PAL latest Promos


Two giant local airline companies are now trying to outdo each other by offering discounts on their air flights. See promos comparison below.

Cebu Pacific - 50% off seat sale on all its international and domestic destinations

Source: Cebu Pacific Air.Com

The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, the Cebu Pacific is currently offering off-peak travel in a 50% off seat sale on all its international and domestic destinations. The seat sale is from August 5-7, 2011 or until seats last, for travel from September 1 to December 14, 2011.

Cebu Pacific slashes 50% off its lowest year-round fares to 16 international destinations: Bangkok, Beijing, Brunei, Busan, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Incheon, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Singapore, Shanghai and Taipei.

Cebu Pacific also flies to 34 domestic destinations including popular tourist destinations like Boracay, Cebu, Laoag, Puerto Princesa, Naga, Legazpi, Coron, Siargao, Surigao, Dumaguete, Cagayan de Oro and Davao.

For bookings and inquiries, guests can go to Cebu Pacific Air.Com, or call the reservation hotlines (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888.


PAL - Asian “Fly-All-You-Can” promo

Source: Philippine Airlines

The Philippine Airlines just launched on Friday its Asian “Fly-All-You-Can” promo dubbed “Fly Asia Pass”, which gives travelers the privilege of flying as much as they can to key Asian cities for only $270.

Under this Fly Asia Pass promo, travelers can enjoy seven weeks of unlimited travel from Manila, Cebu, and Davao to Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Macau, Saigon, Shanghai, Singapore, and Taipei starting August 15 to November 30, 2011. Fly Asia Pass offers best value for multiple business and leisure travel.

- 3 domestic origins; 9 regional destinations
- Unlimited travel for only $270 on Fiesta Class or $1,070 on Mabuhay Class
- Fly to and return from different cities, e.g. fly Manila-Hong Kong and return Macau-Manila
- Special add-on fares to other international points
- Travel in comfort and style with Philippine Airlines

Fly Asia Pass Selling Period: 29 July - 07 August 2011

Fly Asia Pass must be redeemed and converted into flight tickets within two (2) weeks from its purchase for the same passenger only. All tickets must be redeemed in one transaction.

Travelling Period: 15 August - 30 November 2011 (outbound travel). All travel must be completed by 10 December 2011

For details, visit Philippine Airlines.com or call PAL Reservations at (632) 855-8888.



Which promo do you think looks better?


















NBA Finals Game 5: Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks is Heating Up

Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat will take on each other in the all important game-5 of the NBA finals. The best-of-seven series is tied at two games apiece and a win in game-5 would move the winner one step closer to the championship ring. There have been 26 times where an NBA Finals has been tied at 2 game apiece, with the winner of Game 5 going 19-7 in those series. This is the last home game for Dallas Mavericks this season as they look to take a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals before heading back to Miami for the conclusion of the series.

The current NBA Finals have featured close games and the complexion of the series has been decided on a few important shots mostly in the dying seconds. This is the first time since 1948 and just the 3rd time ever that a Finals has had three straight games decided by 3 points or less.

NBA Finals Update: Dallas Mavericks tie the series at 2 versus the Miami Heat

The best-of-seven series has been reduced to a best-of-three.

Game 1: Heat def. Mavs, 92-84 (LeBron James (24 pts.), Dwyane Wade (22 pts.) step up in 4th quarter)

Game 2: Mavs def. Heat, 95-83 (Dirk Nowitzki (24 pts.) and Mavericks rally in fourth quarter)

Game 3: Heat def. Mavs, 88-86 (Big 3 played a huge game: Wade-29pts, James-17pts, Bosh-18pts.)

Game 4: Mavs def. Heat, 86-83 (Dirk Nowitzki (21 pts.) fights off fever and sink a pivotal layup to rally Mavs past Heat)

Game 5: June 10, 2011 (9am) Philippine time

Game 6: June 13, 2011 (8am) Philippine time

Game 7: ? (if necessary) June 15, 2011 (9am) Philippine time


Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Dallas Mavericks ready for Game 4 today with their backs against the wall

“Our backs are against the wall,” Dallas Mavs DeShawn Stevenson said. “We’ve got to come out with urgency, ready to go and ready to fight.”

Today, Game Four of the NBA Finals commences at 9AM and the Mavericks are looking to avoid falling into a 3-1 death trap against the Miami Heat.

"I still feel like we're going to be NBA champs this year," center Tyson Chandler said. "It's a hard fight. Nobody said it's going to be easy. I've got the ultimate respect for those guys on the other side. It's going to be a tough road, but I feel like we're willing to do it."

Throughout the playoffs, Miami's Big 3 stepping up when needed. While Dallas Mavericks rely on a team offense as Dirk Nowitzki has been his typical self for the most part but the rest of the Mavs have had trouble figuring out how to make a two point shot.

Game 3 was close. Now, the Mavs are at a pivotal point. Knowing what is ahead of them, if Miami can take Game 4, it's very hard for them to recover from a 1-3 deficit the way Miami Heat is playing in the Finals. They really need to avoid being down 3-1 and they need their supporting cast to step up to do so.

Game 4. I can hardly wait.

Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Dallas Mavericks Dirk Nowitzki needs scoring help to win the crown

Where's Jason Kidd? Jason Terry? Shawn Marion? Tyson Chandler? They used to to score double digits in a game but now they are nowhere to be found! Wake up guys! Dirk Nowitzki needs your help as you haven't deliver yet in this NBA Final series. This Mavs unit led the league in scoring during the regular season but they seems struggled lately and was obviously bothered by the Heat physical defense.

Now, the Miami Heat will go into Game 4 on Wednesday morning (Philippine time) with a chance to do what they did in 2006 - win it all on Dallas' floor after trailing 0-2 in that particular series and won 4 straight games to win the prestigious title. 


According to NBA record, the Game 3 winner in a tied finals has won the championship all 11 times since the 2-3-2 format began in 1985. So this is huge for the Miami Heat. But again, Heat fans should not celebrate this early as it takes 4 games to win the series.


Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?










Zoomscanner Poll Result: 51% for Miami Heat and 49% for Dallas Mavericks

Cast your vote now! This is just for fun. Game 3 is set tomorrow morning @ 8:00 (Philippine time).


Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?










Momentum has shifted to Dallas Mavericks! Watch Game 2 Highlights

The Dallas Mavericks rallied from a 15-point, fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Miami Heat 95-93 Thursday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The series is now tied at 1.

Dwayne Wade held his right hand up in the air after his 3-pointer from the corner put them up 15, 88-73, with 7:13 remaining. The Mavericks were down but not out and was too quick to respond the call and closed the game with the most memorable pushes in NBA Finals history by firing 22-5 run.

Dirk Nowitzki led the Mavericks with 24 points, including the winning layup with three seconds remaining. Wade led all scorers with 36 points on 13 of 20 shooting while forward LeBron James had 20 markers on 8 of 15 from the field, 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Heat forward Chris Bosh continues to struggle in the Finals.

The loss was the Heat's first home loss in 10 playoff games this season. The series is all even now with it heading to Dallas for the next three games and it seems the momentum having shifted to Mavs.

Game 3 is on Monday at 8:00am (Philippine time)

Below is the 2011 NBA Finals schedule (Philippine Time):

Game 1 — Wednesday June 1, Dallas at Miami (Miami win)

Game 2 — Friday June 3, Dallas at Miami (Dallas win)

Game 3 — Monday June 6, Miami at Dallas 8 a.m.

Game 4 — Wednesday June 8, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m.

Game 5 — Friday June 10, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m.

Game 6 — Monday June 13, Dallas at Miami 8 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 7 — Wednesday June 15, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)


Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?










Watch the Dallas Mavericks Vs Miami Heat Game 2 Highlights courtesy of Youtube uploaded by NBAHiighlights:

Fil-Am Miami Heat Coach Spoelstra braces for Mavs comeback in Game 2

Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, the first Pinoy and first Asian coach in the NBA Finals, said they are prepared for a tough series against the Dallas Mavericks despite their convincing 92-84 win at the start of their best-of-seven 2011 NBA championship series. He expects the Mavs to be tougher in the next games.

In Game 1, Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki scored 27 points made only 7 of his 18 field goal attempts. He admitted that it was not his top effort as he was missing lots of open shots and lay-ups. As a team, the Mavs made so many errors and out rebounded by 10.

While the Miami's "Big Three" LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh scored 65 of the team's 92 points or more than 70% of the total team output. “Our team has to be aggressive,” Coach Spoelstra said.


Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?












2011 NBA Finals: Dallas Mavericks in trouble as Dirk Nowitzki is injured

The Miami Heat took Game 1 victory in Miami and all Dallas Mavericks fans can think about is one big middle finger. Dirk Nowitzki suffered a torn tendon in the middle finger of his left hand but according to reports he is likely to play in Game 2 with a splint on that finger and perhaps for the remainder of the NBA Finals.

Nowitzki tore the tendon in his left middle finger when he stripped the ball from Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh in the 4th quarter and was called for a foul in Game 1.

"So I tore a tendon in there. I guess it will be all right. I have to wear a splint probably the rest of the playoffs, I'll be all right for Game 2," Nowitzki said.

While Dirk may be able to play next game and the injured finger might not affect his shooting as it is on his non-shooting hand, but for sure it's still going to affect his dribbling and passing. Miami Heat defenders will know that dribbling with that hand is going to be difficult so they will adjust their defense accordingly and will force Dirk to pass if not commit turnovers.



Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











2011 NBA Finals Tip Off Today!

The NBA Finals is already set! Who is your pick in the NBA Finals? Dallas Mavericks or Miami Heat (Take the Poll)

The Dallas Mavericks will be facing again the Miami Heat for the right to be crowned this year’s NBA champions. They first faced off in 2006 and now they are at it again. In their first encouter, Dallas won the first two games at home before suffering a monumental collapse and lost the next four games and the series.

But that's history now. Only 4 players left from that 2006 NBA finals playing for these two teams. Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem for Miami Heat and Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry for Dallas Mavericks.

Below is the 2011 NBA Finals schedule (Philippine Time):

Game 1 — Wednesday June 1, Dallas at /Miami 9 a.m.

Game 2 — Friday June 3, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m.

Game 3 — Monday June 6, Miami at Dallas 8 a.m.

Game 4 — Wednesday June 8, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m.

Game 5* — Friday June 10, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 6* — Monday June 13, Dallas at Miami 8 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 7* — Wednesday June 15, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)



Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Who is your pick in the NBA Finals? Dallas Mavericks or Miami Heat (Take the Poll)

The NBA Finals is already set!

The Dallas Mavericks will be facing again the Miami Heat for the right to be crowned this year’s NBA champions. They first faced off in 2006 and now they are at it again. In their first encouter, Dallas won the first two games at home before suffering a monumental collapse and lost the next four games and the series.

But that's history now. Only 4 players left from that 2006 NBA finals playing for these two teams. Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem for Miami Heat and Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry for Dallas Mavericks.




Below is the 2011 NBA Finals schedule (Philippine Time):

Game 1 — Wednesday June 1, Dallas at /Miami 9 a.m.

Game 2 — Friday June 3, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m.

Game 3 — Monday June 6, Miami at Dallas 8 a.m.

Game 4 — Wednesday June 8, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m.

Game 5* — Friday June 10, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 6* — Monday June 13, Dallas at Miami 8 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 7* — Wednesday June 15, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat: The Rematch (See Schedules - Philippine Time)

The NBA Finals is already set!

The Dallas Mavericks will be facing again the Miami Heat for the right to be crowned this year’s NBA champions. They first faced off in 2006 and now they are at it again. In their first encouter, Dallas won the first two games at home before suffering a monumental collapse and lost the next four games and the series.

But that's history now. Only 4 players left from that 2006 NBA finals playing for these two teams. Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem for Miami Heat and Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry for Dallas Mavericks.





Below is the 2011 NBA Finals schedule (Philippine Time):

Game 1 — Wednesday June 1, Dallas at /Miami 9 a.m.

Game 2 — Friday June 3, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m.

Game 3 — Monday June 6, Miami at Dallas 8 a.m.

Game 4 — Wednesday June 8, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m.

Game 5* — Friday June 10, Miami at Dallas 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 6* — Monday June 13, Dallas at Miami 8 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)

Game 7* — Wednesday June 15, Dallas at Miami 9 a.m. (games to be played if necessary)



Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Vote: Who will win the NBA Title in 2011? Miami Heat or Dallas Mavericks

Who will win the NBA Title in 2011? Will it be Lebron James and the Miami Heat? Will the run and gun offense of the Dallas Mavericks finally prevail?

Some people are saying that the Miami Heat are relying too much on the 'Big Three' this year (LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh). While Dallas Mavericks is playing well lately with their top gunners Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry are red hot right now so maybe they are rounding into form at the right time.




Who will win the NBA Title in 2011?











Oklahoma City Thunder Vs. Dallas Mavericks - NBA Western Conference Finals Game 4 Today

The Mavs lead 2-1 heading into Game 4 in Oklahoma City today @ 9am (Philippine time).

The Oklahoma City Thunder will try and forget about their bad shooting in Game 3 and even the Western Conference finals. After claiming the home-court advantage by winning Game 2, the Thunder got shocked in Game 3 after losing that game and gave it right back to the Grizzlies.

The season of the Oklahoma City Thunder is hanging in the balance, and now faces what is almost a must-win game against the Dallas Mavericks in Game 4 to avoid being pushed to the brink of elimination.

Western Conference Finals: Oklahoma City Thunder Vs. Dallas Mavericks (Preview and Schedule)

Dallas Mavericks, 57-25 in the regular season,take on the young Oklahoma City team, 55-27 in the regular season, in a Western showdown between the starting Wednesday morning with the survivor heading on to the NBA Finals.

Oklahoma City will be playing on relatively short rest. The Mavericks have been waiting for an opponent for a week, having swept the Los Angeles Lakers last Sunday.

Dirk Nowitzki will be pitted against the league's 22-year-old scoring champion Kevin Durant.

Oklahoma City Thunder 'Big Three'
Kevin Durant - 28.9 ppg
Russell Westbrook - 23.9 ppg
James Harden - 12.4 ppg

Dallas Mavericks 'Big Three'
Dirk Nowitzki - 26.5 ppg
Jason Terry - 18.3 ppg
Peja Stojakovic - 10.7

Here is the schedule of the NBA Playoffs Western Conference Finals, Oklahoma City Thunder Vs. Dallas Mavericks :
(Philippine Time)

Game 1 :
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
9:00 AM – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Game 2 :
Friday, May 20, 2011
9:00 AM – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Game 3 :
Sunday, May 22, 2011
9:00 AM – Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
Game 4 :
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
9:00 AM – Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
Game 5 (If necessary):
Thursday, May 26, 2011
9:00 AM – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Game 6 (If necessary):
Satueday, May 28, 2011
9:00 AM – Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
Game 7 (If necessary):
Monday, May 30, 2011
9:00 AM – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

Eastern Conference Finals: Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls (Preview and Schedule)

Chicago Bulls stopped the Indiana Pacers in five games in the first round and eliminated the Hawks in six games at Atlanta court. Topped the 2011 regular season after winning 62 games.

Miami Heat sidelined Philadelphia Sixers in five games of their 1st round assignment and then eliminated last year's finalist Boston Celtics in five games. They won 58 regular season games and end up 2nd behind the Bulls.

Chicago Bulls own version of 'Big Three'
1. 2011-10 League MVP - Derrick Rose (28.8 pts.)
2. Carlos Boozer (11.8 pts.)
3. Luol Deng (16.7 pts.)

Miami Heat 'Big Three"
1. Dwayne Wade - (26.2 pts.)
2. Lebron James - (26.1 pts.)
3. Chris Bosh - (16.3 pts.)


Here is the complete series schedule (Philippine time)

Game 1 - Monday May 16 at Chicago 8:00AM
Game 2 - Thursday May 19 at Chicago 8:30AM
Game 3 - Monday May 23 at Miami 8:30AM
Game 4 - Wednesday May 25 at Miami 8:30AM
Game 5 * Friday May 27 at Chicago 8:30AM
Game 6 * Sunday May 29 at Miami 8:30AM
Game 7 * Tuesday May 31 at Chicago 8:30AM


Watch this video courtesy of Youtube uploadede by PSNxSTL10:

Chicago Bulls vs. Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 Today! Series tied @ 2-2

Game 5 is set for Chicago’s United Center tonight with tip-off at 8am (Philippine time) with the series tied at two wins apiece. This series was turned into best-of-three affair after the top favorite Bulls failed to put away the Hawks.

2010-11 NBA MVA Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls look to use their rowdy fans at the United Center to regain the series lead over the Atlanta Hawks.

Atlanta Hawks threatening an upset of the top seeded Bulls who finished the year with 62 wins and the best record in the NBA. Josh Smith (14.7 PPG in playoffs) is expected to lead again the Hawks who silenced the critics last outing by dropping 23 points and adding 16 rebounds with eight assists.

Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat in Game 4 today, can Rajon Rondo play?

Good news to all Celtics fans. Coach Doc Rivers said that Rajon Rondo will play in today's Game 4 against the Miami Heat @ 7am (Philippine time). Rondo was dislocated his left elbow in Game 3 win over Miami and he is expected to wear a bulky brace to limit the chance of re-injury.

Rondo had an MRI and CAT scan yesterday and both tests came out negative. However, the Celtics coach doesn't know what to expect from Rondo.

Miami Heat leads the Eastern Conference semifinal series 2-1. The Celtics are hoping to tie the series before it shifts back to Miami in Game 5.

Chicago Bulls D.Rose picked Pacquiao over Mosley, ready for Game 4 vs. Hawks

The Chicago Bulls and the Atlanta Hawks will be playing in game 4 of their second round NBA playoff series soon @ 8am today (Philippine time). Bulls lead the series 2-1.

However game 4 is in Atlanta court and if the Hawks lost another at home, they will be facing a deficit that will be tough to overcome against a team led by 2010-11 NBA MVP Derrick Rose.

By the way, Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose hang out with his teammates during off day and watch the championship bout between Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley. His pick? Of course our very own Manny Pacquiao . He said quickly. "I think everybody's got Pacquiao." (source:ESPN )

Lakers Eliminated! Dallas Mavericks 122, LA Lakers 86

The Mavericks tie an NBA Playoff record by making 20 of 31 attempts from 3-point range, dominating the Lakers 122-86 for the sweep to head to Western Conference Finals.

This game was over before halftime as the Mavs made 11 3s in the first half to turn Phil Jackson’s final game in the season into a blowout.

Jason Terry, who is having a terrific postseason after vowing to make up for previous playoff failures, was simply unconscious. He matched an NBA playoff record by making nine 3-pointers on 10 attempts during a 32-point performance.

Top Performers
Los Angeles: P. Gasol 10 Pts, 8 Reb, 6 Ast, 1 Stl, 1 Blk
Dallas: J. Terry 32 Pts, 1 Reb, 4 Ast, 1 Blk

See how they score: CLICK HERE

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