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ORATIO IMPERATA FOR GOVT OFFICIALS: CARDINAL TAGLE  PRAYS FOR NEXT LEADERS TO SHUN 'CULTURE OF DEATH'


JUNE 19 -Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle has issued a special prayer for the country's leaders to respect human life and shun the "culture of death." 
"Bless our leaders with true reverence for human life and unyielding opposition to the culture of death," says the Oratio Imperata for Government Officials issued Saturday. The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines' (CBCP) news website said that the special prayer will be recited in Catholic churches in Manila nine days before the next leaders assume office or from June 21 to 29. President-elect Rodrigo Duterte and thousands other winners in the last May 9 elections will assume office on June 30. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, chancellor of the Manila archdiocese, said the special prayer is in accordance to the proposal of the CBCP. The special prayer also calls for humility, integrity, courage and "spirit of heroic sacrifice" from the country's next leaders. Duterte had said that he will offer rewards for those who will capture or kill high profile suspected drug lords. The Philippine National Police had said that a total of 68 suspected drug lords have been killed in police operations from January to June 15. READ MORE...

ALSO: US aircraft carriers start drills off Philippines


JUNE 19 -Aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis is one of the two US warships participating in exercises in the Philippine Sea (AFP Photo/US Navy)
Two US aircraft carriers have started exercises in the Philippine Sea, defense officials said Sunday, as Washington's close ally Manila faces growing pressure from Beijing in the South China Sea. The US Pacific Command said the USS John C. Stennis and USS Ronald Reagan, among the world's largest warships, began conducting air defense drills, sea surveillance, and long range strikes on Saturday. The command said the operations marked America's continued presence in the Asia-Pacific as China expands its maritime strength and engages in massive island building activities in disputed waters. "No other Navy can concentrate this much combat power on one sea...It was truly impressive," said US Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock, carrier strike group commander. US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter visited the Stennis in April as it sailed off the Philippines near the disputed area where China has expanded islets and reefs into islands capable of supporting airfields and other installations. READ MORE...

ALSO: Ombudsman wants Binay raps rushed
[Binay a definite target]


JUNE 20 -READY WHEN VP STEPS DOWN
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales wanted to pounce on Vice President Jejomar Binay with plunder cases she had dangled earlier when she said that charges will be filed against Binay the moment he steps down as Vice President and loses an immunity from suit granted under the Constitution.
After taking a short breather during the voting period last May 9, Carpio-Morales is back in her role as tormentor of Binay as she issued a marching order to Ombudsman field investigators to step up the investigation and the filing of graft charges against him in connection with the alleged overpriced Makati City Hall Building 2. A source from the Office of the Ombudsman said that investigators have been told to finish their task of going over the documents against Binay and his co-accused in the complaint for the charges to be immediately filed before the Sandiganbayan on June 30 when Binay hands over the vice presidency. “There is a marching order to the investigators assigned for the investigation of the complaint against Binay to finish it so it can be filed before the Ombudsman,” the source said. The source added that anytime soon the case would be filed once the investigators assigned to look into the documents wind up their work and forward their recommendations to Carpio-Morales. The others who were named in the complaint in connection with the alleged overpriced carpark building were Marjorie de Veyra; Arnel Cadangan; Line dela Peña; Giovanni Condes; Rodel Nayve; Pio Kenneth Dasal; Lorenza Amores; Nelia Barlis; Leonila Querijero; Norman Flores; Ulysses Orienza; Mario Badillo; Emerito Magat; Cecillio Lim III; Connie Consulta; Gerardo San Gabriel; Eleno Mendoza; Raydes Pestaño; Efren Canlas; Manolito Uyaco; Virginia Hernandez; and Orlando Mateo along with former Mayor Jejomar “Junjun” Binay. The Ombudsman had dismissed the young Binay in connection with the Makati City Hall Building case resulting to incumbent Makati vice Mayor Romulo “Kid” Pena taking over as mayor. Pena run for mayor in the May 9 elections but was trounced by former Makati Rep. Abygail Binay, the daughter of the Vice President. Earlier, the Ombudsman has issued two separate resolutions saying it has jurisdiction to conduct preliminary investigation leading it to find probable cause to file criminal case against Binay, his son and their co-respondents for graft, malversation of public funds, and falsification of public documents in connection with the bidding and construction of the carpark project.Binay a definite target READ MORE...

ALSO: MNLF, MILF to consider Federal shift


JUNE 20-The rival secessionist groups Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) shared a table with President-elect Rodrigo Duterte last Friday evening to raise hopes for a more durable peace agreement than the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) which was between the government and only the MILF. Duterte, after his representatives’ preliminary efforts for a similar peace deal with communist rebels last week, was able to obtain a commitment from both groups in one sitting, particularly in considering Fedralism as an alternative to the BBL. Noteworthy in the meeting was pronouncements of leaders of both groups to jointly negotiate a peace deal with the Duterte administration. MNLF leader Datu Abdul Khayr Alonto said that he promised Duterte the group’s support to peace efforts to materialize. “The president-elect has our commitment and our support, not just in talk, but in actions. It’s high-time we stop being just all talk. All of the things we talked about, we have to do it,” Alonto told reporters after a three-hour long dialog with Duterte and MILF representatives. The MILF, which was represented by its chairman Al-hajj Murad Ebrahim and first vice chairman Ghadzali Jaafar, also indicated optimism about peace in Mindanao. They said the MILF had reached out to leaders of the MNLF to come together “in unity” and forge a peace deal with the Duterte administration. Also, in the said meeting, Duterte proposed to both the MNLF and the MILF his plans of pursuing his federalism bid and how the shift in the system of government can substitute for the stalled BBL. The BBL has caused friction mainly among Moro groups since it only catered to the MILF’s agenda and not of other Muslim groups including the MNLF and the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF). Apparently synonymous to the Malaysian federal style of government, MNLF’s Alonzo agreed with Duterte’s vision of how federalism might work. “A federal system could very well put in place a government of transparency and accountability, and effectively address the peace and order problems including drug trafficking and kidnap for ransom,” he said. MILF appeal to DU30 In an earlier statement, MILF’s Al Haj Murad said the group is confident that the Bangsamoro peace process will not be abandoned “as it has proven to be potentially the most viable solution to address conflict arising from historical injustices committed against our people.” READ MORE...

ALSO: NBA FINALS - SEVENTH HEAVEN OR BUST


JUNE 20 -OAKLAND. – The two best storylines of the National Basketball Association season will produce only one happy ending in Sunday’s (Monday in Manila) all-or-nothing NBA Finals Game 7 between Stephen Curry and the Warriors and LeBron James and the Cavaliers. James and Curry have won six league MVP Awards between them but that will not help them at Oracle Arena when Golden State strives to cap the NBA’s greatest single season and the Cavs set out to end Cleveland’s 52-year title drought.
The city of Cleveland has not had a professional team sports title since the NFL Browns in 1964, and James left the Miami Heat to return to his home state two years ago on a mission to deliver a championship. “I’m going to give everything that I got,” four-time MVP James told reporters at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on Saturday, a day after leading the Cavs to a 115-101 victory in Game 6. James has shown what he has to offer in the last two games, when facing elimination trailing 3-1 in the best-of-seven, twice scoring 41 points. Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said James simply has to be himself. “He’s very capable of being special every night.” James, playing in the Finals for a sixth year in a row including four in Miami, did not view Game 7 as pressure-packed. “It’s an opportunity for us to do something special,” said James. READ MORE...


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ORATIO IMPERATA: Church prays for next leaders to shun ‘culture of death’


Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle has issued a special prayer for the country's leaders to respect human life and shun the "culture of death."

MANILA, JUNE 20, 2016 (GMA NEWS)  Published June 19, 2016 8:25am - "Bless our leaders with true reverence for human life and unyielding opposition to the culture of death," says the Oratio Imperata for Government Officials issued Saturday.

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines' (CBCP) news website said that the special prayer will be recited in Catholic churches in Manila nine days before the next leaders assume office or from June 21 to 29.

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte and thousands other winners in the last May 9 elections will assume office on June 30.

Fr. Reginald Malicdem, chancellor of the Manila archdiocese, said the special prayer is in accordance to the proposal of the CBCP.

The special prayer also calls for humility, integrity, courage and "spirit of heroic sacrifice" from the country's next leaders.

Duterte had said that he will offer rewards for those who will capture or kill high profile suspected drug lords.

The Philippine National Police had said that a total of 68 suspected drug lords have been killed in police operations from January to June 15.

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It said that 29 of the number were killed from the May 9 elections.

PNP spokesperson Chief Superintendent Wilben Mayor said that compared to the previous months, the fatality count from May 9 until June 15 is 200 percent higher.

Mayor could not say if the increased number of suspected drug lords being killed is due to the pronouncements of Duterte.

Duterte had made a promise during the campaigns that he will suppress crime within the first six months of his presidency.

The Commission on Human Rights said it has formed a team that will investigate the latest killings of suspected drug personalities around the country. —ALG, GMA News


GMA NEWS NETWORK

US aircraft carriers start drills off Philippines Published June 19, 2016 3:48pm


Aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis is one of the two US warships participating in exercises in the Philippine Sea (AFP Photo/US Navy)

Two US aircraft carriers have started exercises in the Philippine Sea, defense officials said Sunday, as Washington's close ally Manila faces growing pressure from Beijing in the South China Sea.

The US Pacific Command said the USS John C. Stennis and USS Ronald Reagan, among the world's largest warships, began conducting air defense drills, sea surveillance, and long range strikes on Saturday.

The command said the operations marked America's continued presence in the Asia-Pacific as China expands its maritime strength and engages in massive island building activities in disputed waters.

"No other Navy can concentrate this much combat power on one sea...It was truly impressive," said US Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock, carrier strike group commander.

US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter visited the Stennis in April as it sailed off the Philippines near the disputed area where China has expanded islets and reefs into islands capable of supporting airfields and other installations.

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The Philippines has been improving its defense ties with the US, its longtime treaty ally and former colonial ruler, to help boost the ability of one of Asia's weakest armed forces.

The US exercises synchronized the activities of over 12,000 sailors, 140 aircraft, six combatants and the two carriers, said Hitchcock.

The command said the drills were meant to promote freedom of navigation and overflight in the region's airspace and waters.

"(This) has been a great opportunity for us to train on how we would operate multiple carrier strike groups in a contested environment," said US Rear Admiral John Alexander, another carrier strike group commander.

The US Navy said it has been conducting dual carrier strike group operations for several years in the Philippine Sea, the South China Sea and the East China Sea, where China has a separate dispute with Japan over small islands.

Philippine defense department spokesman Peter Galvez said the exercises showed that the US was "resolute" in fulfilling its often repeated "ironclad commitment" to defend the Philippines.

"We welcome the strong cooperation and partnership we have with our friends and allies ... in light of (the dispute) where our legitimate rights have been overstepped," he told AFP.

The Philippines is awaiting a ruling from an international arbitration tribunal against China's claims to most of the South China Sea.

Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan also have overlapping claims to the strategic waterway, through which pass some of the world's most active shipping lanes. —Agence France-Presse


TRIBUNE

Ombudsman wants Binay raps rushed Written by Alvin Murcia Monday, 20 June 2016 00:00


MORALES, BINAY

READY WHEN VP STEPS DOWN

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales wanted to pounce on Vice President Jejomar Binay with plunder cases she had dangled earlier when she said that charges will be filed against Binay the moment he steps down as Vice President and loses an immunity from suit granted under the Constitution.

After taking a short breather during the voting period last May 9, Carpio-Morales is back in her role as tormentor of Binay as she issued a marching order to Ombudsman field investigators to step up the investigation and the filing of graft charges against him in connection with the alleged overpriced Makati City Hall Building 2.

A source from the Office of the Ombudsman said that investigators have been told to finish their task of going over the documents against Binay and his co-accused in the complaint for the charges to be immediately filed before the Sandiganbayan on June 30 when Binay hands over the vice presidency.

“There is a marching order to the investigators assigned for the investigation of the complaint against Binay to finish it so it can be filed before the Ombudsman,” the source said.

The source added that anytime soon the case would be filed once the investigators assigned to look into the documents wind up their work and forward their recommendations to Carpio-Morales.

The others who were named in the complaint in connection with the alleged overpriced carpark building were Marjorie de Veyra; Arnel Cadangan; Line dela Peña; Giovanni Condes; Rodel Nayve; Pio Kenneth Dasal; Lorenza Amores; Nelia Barlis; Leonila Querijero; Norman Flores; Ulysses Orienza; Mario Badillo; Emerito Magat; Cecillio Lim III; Connie Consulta; Gerardo San Gabriel; Eleno Mendoza; Raydes Pestaño; Efren Canlas; Manolito Uyaco; Virginia Hernandez; and Orlando Mateo along with former Mayor Jejomar “Junjun” Binay.

The Ombudsman had dismissed the young Binay in connection with the Makati City Hall Building case resulting to incumbent Makati vice Mayor Romulo “Kid” Pena taking over as mayor.

Pena run for mayor in the May 9 elections but was trounced by former Makati Rep. Abygail Binay, the daughter of the Vice President.
 


MAY 10 PHOTO - MANILA BULLETIN NEWS HEADLINE - Abby Binay wins Makati mayoral race by Tessa Distor May 10, 2016 (updated) Share4 Tweet1 Share6 Email0 Share24 Mar-Len Abigail “Abby” Binay will be the new mayor of Makati City, May 10, 2016. She won by roughly 15,000 votes against her rival, Romulo “Kid” Peña. (152,859 votes for Binay, 137,329 for Peña). Abby Binay is currently a third-term Makati representative and is the daughter of Vice President Jejomar Binay.

Earlier, the Ombudsman has issued two separate resolutions saying it has jurisdiction to conduct preliminary investigation leading it to find probable cause to file criminal case against Binay, his son and their co-respondents for graft, malversation of public funds, and falsification of public documents in connection with the bidding and construction of the carpark project.
Binay a definite target

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Binay, who eventually lost in the presidential race after sliding in the survey due to the unrelenting attack against him by his political opponents, was Makati City mayor for 21 years after he was appointed officer-in-charge for the city in 1986 by then President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino.

Binay had sought a reconsideration of the October 2015 decision of Carpio-Morales, claiming that the Ombudsman has “no jurisdiction” to investigate and issue a resolution indicting him for criminal charges.

The Ombudsman said they have the authority to investigate Binay based on the provision of the constituion, law and jurisprudence.

Carpio-Morales said Binay was being investigated for alleged criminal acts committed while he was Makati city mayor, not as vice president.

The Ombudsman though explained the resolution fidning probable case against Binay has yet to be filed because as an impeachable officer the vice president has immunity from suit.

But the criminal charges would be filed by the Ombudsman once Binay steps down as vice president on June 30.
The source said the investigators would ready their recommendation to be submitted to Carpio and in all likelihood it would recommend the indictment of Binay along with his co-accused in the case.

Last May 19, Carpio-Morales told reporters that her office will proceed with the filing of criminal cases against Binay once he steps down from office on June 30, 2016.

“Once he (Binay) is stripped of immunity, we will proceed with the filing of the cases,” Morales said.

Under the 1987 Constitution, impeachable officials such as the President, Vice President and Ombudsman are immune from criminal lawsuits but they can be removed from office through an impeachment proceeding.

Asked for a definite date on when her office can file the charges, Carpio-Morales merely responded that it can be anytime after June 30, 2016 the last day of Binay in office.

“Well, July 1 comes after June 30 in the same manner that July 10 comes after June 30,” Morales said.

Binay, however, maintained that the charges against him in relation to the alleged overprice of the Makati City Hall Building 2 were politically-motivated.

Spokesman of Binay’s United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) Mon Ilagan said the Ombudsman was overzealous in its effort to damage the reputation of close allies and supporters of Binay who are running for elective posts.

This is part of an orchestrated effort which began in 2014 involving administration senators and several government agencies.


TRIBUNE

MNLF, MILF to consider Federal shift Written by Ted Tuvera Sunday, 19 June 2016 00:00

The rival secessionist groups Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) shared a table with President-elect Rodrigo Duterte last Friday evening to raise hopes for a more durable peace agreement than the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) which was between the government and only the MILF.

Duterte, after his representatives’ preliminary efforts for a similar peace deal with communist rebels last week, was able to obtain a commitment from both groups in one sitting, particularly in considering Fedralism as an alternative to the BBL.

Noteworthy in the meeting was pronouncements of leaders of both groups to jointly negotiate a peace deal with the Duterte administration.

MNLF leader Datu Abdul Khayr Alonto said that he promised Duterte the group’s support to peace efforts to materialize.

“The president-elect has our commitment and our support, not just in talk, but in actions. It’s high-time we stop being just all talk. All of the things we talked about, we have to do it,” Alonto told reporters after a three-hour long dialog with Duterte and MILF representatives.

The MILF, which was represented by its chairman Al-hajj Murad Ebrahim and first vice chairman Ghadzali Jaafar, also indicated optimism about peace in Mindanao.

They said the MILF had reached out to leaders of the MNLF to come together “in unity” and forge a peace deal with the Duterte administration.

Also, in the said meeting, Duterte proposed to both the MNLF and the MILF his plans of pursuing his federalism bid and how the shift in the system of government can substitute for the stalled BBL.

The BBL has caused friction mainly among Moro groups since it only catered to the MILF’s agenda and not of other Muslim groups including the MNLF and the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF).

Apparently synonymous to the Malaysian federal style of government, MNLF’s Alonzo agreed with Duterte’s vision of how federalism might work.

“A federal system could very well put in place a government of transparency and accountability, and effectively address the peace and order problems including drug trafficking and kidnap for ransom,” he said.

MILF appeal to DU30

In an earlier statement, MILF’s Al Haj Murad said the group is confident that the Bangsamoro peace process will not be abandoned “as it has proven to be potentially the most viable solution to address conflict arising from historical injustices committed against our people.”

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The MILF chief recalled Duterte’s statement during the campaign that the BBL could be a possible template for federalism and his declaration made during the last Presidential debate in April 2016 that “nothing can appease the Bangsamoro until the BBL is passed.”

“The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) remains committed in its continued pursuit to find long-lasting peace and development in Mindanao,” the statement said.

“We support the MILF Peace Panel with the signing of the Declaration of Continuity of the Partnership of the GPH and MILF in the Bangsamoro Peace Process, the Terms of Reference for the Establishment of the Bangsamoro Normalization Trust Fund (BNTF), and the Terms of Reference of the Project Board of Mindanao Trust Fund for the Six Previously Acknowledged MILF Camps (MTF-RDP Camps Project) during the two-ay Special Meeting of the Panels in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on May 29-30, 2016,” the statement read.

According to the statement, “The MILF pledges to exert efforts in undertaking its obligations to fully implement the commitments under the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), building upon all the gains and achievements secured in the Bangsamoro peace process through years of negotiations. It is important to sustain the traction that we have managed to develop toward the anticipated success of this political settlement.”

“The MILF maintains its position that the CAB-based Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) needs to be immediately passed into law, not only because it effectively addresses the peculiarities unique to the Bangsamoro that are not necessarily found in other prospective federal states,” the statement said.

“Notwithstanding the unpredictable political landscape that contributed to the stalling of the implementation of the CAB and the non-passage of the BBL, we acknowledge the efforts of President Aquino and the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process, and the GPH Peace Panel pertaining to the peace process,” it added.

Murad also expressed in the statement the MILF’s gratitude to the government of Malaysia, the Malaysian Facilitator, and the individuals and countries comprising the various infrastructures and peace process mechanisms and partners in the international community.

Congress failed to pass the BBL, the legal translation of the peace deal between the Philippine Government and the MILF that would have paved way for the establishment of the desired Bangsamoro autonomous government before the stint of outgoing President Aquino ends, the statement noted.

Meanwhile, outgoing Kabataan Partylist Rep. Terry Ridon, in a media forum yesterday, said that Duterte’s federalism wish is not yet a fundamental concern that should be rushed.

“The concept of federalism is ideal but the Philippines is not yet ready for such a set-up as of now,” Ridon told reporters.
“It can even breed political dynasties given the divided kingdoms in various regions,” he added.

Ridon, who belongs to the leftist bloc that is now somewhat allied with the Duterte administration, said that Congress should even scrutinize how the incoming President’s federalism bid will be accorded whether by way of constitutional convention (con-con) or constitutional assembly (con-ass),

The leftist bloc in the legislature are known proponents that oppose constitutional amendments or charter change (cha-cha) on the bases of possible term extension and the economic foreign policy.


MALAYA

SEVENTH HEAVEN OR BUST June 20, 2016

OAKLAND. – The two best storylines of the National Basketball Association season will produce only one happy ending in Sunday’s (Monday in Manila) all-or-nothing NBA Finals Game 7 between Stephen Curry and the Warriors and LeBron James and the Cavaliers.

James and Curry have won six league MVP Awards between them but that will not help them at Oracle Arena when Golden State strives to cap the NBA’s greatest single season and the Cavs set out to end Cleveland’s 52-year title drought.

The city of Cleveland has not had a professional team sports title since the NFL Browns in 1964, and James left the Miami Heat to return to his home state two years ago on a mission to deliver a championship.

“I’m going to give everything that I got,” four-time MVP James told reporters at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on Saturday, a day after leading the Cavs to a 115-101 victory in Game 6.

James has shown what he has to offer in the last two games, when facing elimination trailing 3-1 in the best-of-seven, twice scoring 41 points.

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said James simply has to be himself. “He’s very capable of being special every night.”

James, playing in the Finals for a sixth year in a row including four in Miami, did not view Game 7 as pressure-packed.

“It’s an opportunity for us to do something special,” said James.

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Golden State has already done something special, producing the best regular season record (73-9) ever in the NBA.

But failing to crown that achievement with another title, after beating the Cavs in six games last year in the Finals, would suck the joy out of an otherwise wondrous campaign.

 
Like Father, Like Son: Curry & Thompson's NBA Legacies

Curry agreed with team mate Klay Thompson that losing the NBA Finals would make the season a “failure.”

“That was our goal from the beginning. We had two other chances already and haven’t gotten it done,” Curry said on Saturday.

“We have 48 minutes to do it, so if we come up short we’ll all be very, very, very disappointed.”

It would also brand the Warriors as the first NBA Finals team to squander a 3-1 lead. All 32 other teams that led 3-1 won the title.

HOT-AND-COLD SERIES

It has been a hot-cold series, with none of the games coming down to the final moments.

Yet the aggregate score of the six games could not be closer, 610 points apiece, and the prospect of a compelling finale has reportedly raised the price for premium courtside tickets to nearly $50,000.

Last year, the Cavs were decimated by injuries to guard Kyrie Irving and forward Kevin Love.

Now the Warriors are wounded, having to soldier on without Australian center Andrew Bogut, out with a knee injury. His loss has allowed the Cavs and James in particular to drive aggressively to the hoop.

Golden State forward Andre Iguodala, last year’s Finals MVP and the Warriors’ choice to defend James, has been hobbled by a back injury.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Iguodala should be ready to go. “It’s Game 7, and he’s Andre Iguodala so we know he’ll be out there.”

Curry said he had to produce his best game of the season, if not his career.

“I need to take it up another notch for Game 7,” he said. “That’s what the greats do.” – Reuters


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