REPUBLIKA HUDDLE: Reppin’ the PH on the NBA stage, Cassidy Hubbarth joins the Huddle

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A familiar face from NBA broadcasts is, in fact, a proud Filipina! Kilalanin si Cassidy Hubbarth, courtside reporter and host, as she talks about her own personal NBA journey and shares unique insights that come from having an all-access pass to the biggest games and flashiest names.

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