Chooks To Go Pilipinas is Ready for FIBA Champions Cup
Australia could start a new dynasty in the newly reformat FIBA Asia Tournament
FIBA Asia Cup 2017 Top 8:
2. I.R. Iran
4. New Zealand
Kobe Paras rejects the layup and spiked it down hard the floor
Fired up Kobe Paras slams it hard on the ring to put an exclamation mark on the game.
Gilas Pilipinas Fired Up as they buried Malaysia for the Win
Gilas Pilipinas 98 – Standhardinger 18, Paras 16, Ravena 12, Rosario 12, Amer 10, Ferrer 6, Vosotros 6, Tolomia 5, Jose 4, Pessumal 4, Cruz 3, Parks 2.
Malaysia 66 – Kuek 14, Ting 10, Teo 9, Wong 8, Chee 7, Yeo 7, Loh 5, Lim 4, Ma 2, Soo 0, Wong 0.
Quarterscores: 18-20, 47-35, 73-46, 98-66.
Gilas Pilipinas vs Malaysia Almost a Brawl at SEA Games
JunMar Fajardo never really had a chance to unleash his full potential due to injury
Calvin Abueva Struggles at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup
What happened to Calvin Abueva?
A chance to still salvage his game
Performance is okay
He should have been removed in the first place
he is out of focus
I will support Calvin
Not enough playing time
Terrence Romeo was red hot in the second quarter
Where would @OfficialSBPinc be without @tbvromeo in the 1st half? 🤔 22 points (6/9 3pt) 🔥#FIBAAsiaCup2017 pic.twitter.com/fCnkRtaDz8
— FIBA (@FIBA) August 16, 2017
After 3 Straight Wins, Gilas Pilipinas Bow Down from the Tournament
South Korea is a better team than Gilas Pilipinas
Romeo the bright spot that turned dimmed
Defense, Defense where is the defense?
Gilas Pilipinas Meet and Greet at Lebanon. 2017 FIBA Asia Cup. Kuwentong Gilas Day 8.
Watch Gilas Pilipinas day 8 in Lebanon as they celebrate victory with Filipinos in Lebanon.
Gilas Passed First Phase of the FIBA Asia, Moving on to QF
Matthew Wright had 7 triples and a total of 25 points to lead all scorers in the game.
Not Flashy but Effective, Standhardinger Delivers the Goods
From 1/7 FG to Team Leading Scorer, Terrence Romeo scored 17 points
Terrence Romeo has a scoring mentality
Terrence Romeo Steals and Reversed the shot
Gilas Outplayed Iraq to get 2nd Win
3rd Quarter Good Offense and Better Defense for Gilas Pilipinas
Gilas Pilipinas vs Iraq Highlights
China 🇨🇳 notch their first #FIBAAsiaCup2017 win against Qatar 🇶🇦
— FIBA (@FIBA) August 11, 2017
Calvin Abueva’s first game in the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup was short-lived after he lost his cool and headbutted a Chinese player.
Asia’s premier basketball event will tip off in the Lebanese capital at 13:30 local time on August 8 with Kazakhstan taking on debutants New Zealand in Group C action in Nouhad Nawfal Arena. The day will also see Group D action take place, before teams in Groups A and B take center stage the following day.
The Group Phase concludes on August 13, with the top team from each group advancing to the Quarter-Finals. Teams that finish 2nd and 3rd in each Group will face off in the “Qualification to the Quarter-Finals” playoff games. The competition concludes with the Final taking place at 21:00 local time on Sunday August 20.