UAAP Season 70 Men's Basketball Tournament - Elimination Round - Rivalry Games

Rivalry Games

July 12 UP Fighting Maroons 55–79 Ateneo Blue Eagles Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila Studio 23
September 6 UP Fighting Maroons 59–93 Ateneo Blue Eagles Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila Studio 23
July 19 La Salle Green Archers 64–61 FEU Tamaraws Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila Studio 23
August 19 La Salle Green Archers 74–66 FEU Tamaraws Cuneta Astrodome, Pasay Studio 23
July 26 La Salle Green Archers 77–80 Ateneo Blue Eagles Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Studio 23
September 9 La Salle Green Archers 87–89 Ateneo Blue Eagles Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Studio 23
July 29 La Salle Green Archers 90–86 UST Growling Tigers Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Studio 23
August 11 La Salle Green Archers 73–81 UST Growling Tigers Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City Studio 23
August 2 UE Red Warriors 89–60 FEU Tamaraws Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila Studio 23
September 1 UE Red Warriors 79–72 FEU Tamaraws Cuneta Astrodome, Pasay Studio 23

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