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Yesterday Gilas Pilipinas had an awesome debut winning against Chinese Tapei national team. Not only that they defeated the Chinese-Taipei team, they basically dominated the game. The Guards was the big difference during yesterday’s game, it was the new kids on the block, Terrence Romeo and Calvin Avbueva show!
Today our assignment will be the South Korean Squad.
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Schedule of Gilas Pilipinas in the 2015 William Jones Cup
Sun, Aug 30, 7pm – Philippines vs Chinese-Taipei A
Mon, Aug 31, 5pm – Philippines vs South Korea
Tue, Sep 1, 1pm – Philippines vs Russia (Spartak-Primorye)
Wed, Sep 2, 3pm – Philippines vs Japan
Thu, Sep 3, 1pm – Philippines vs Iran
Fri, Sep 4, 1pm – Philippines vs New Zealand (Wellington Saints)
Sat, Sep 5, 5pm – Philippines vs USA
Sun, Sep 6, 1pm – Philippines vs Chinese-Taipei B
Tournament Format: Single-Round Robin
Iran 75 – Bahrami 26, Kardoust 16, Sahakian 12, Afagh 8, Kamrani 5, Aslani 4, Nabipour 4, Atashi 0, Hamed 0.
Quarters: 21-19, 33-33, 58-49, 77-75
SMART GILAS-PILIPINAS 82—Chan 14, David 13, Douthit 11, Norwood 10, Mercado 9, Fonacier 7, Tenorio 5, De Ocampo 4, Thoss 4, Lanete 3, Ganuelas 2, Villanueva 0.
KOREA 79—Pattillo 19, Jung 14, Stutz 11, Choi 10, Kim 9, Yang 8, Lee 6, Kim 2, Cha 0, Kwang 0.
Quarters: 24-17, 42-40, 65-71, 82-79
source: Chris Wang | taiwanhoops.com
Iran beat Taiwan 92-82 Tuesday to go undefeated and retain the championship in the 2010 R. Williams Jones Cup basketball tournament, further solidifying its position as an Asian basketball powerhouse.
The West Asian country also won back-to-back champions in the 2007 and 2009 Asian Men’s Basketball Championship, which was in the past traditionally dominated by China and South Korea.
Trailing at one point by as many as 14 points, Iran rallied from 11 points down at half-time and used a 54-33 run in the second half and its height advantage in the paint to turn the game around, finishing the single round robin men’s competition with a perfect 6-0 record.
Lebanon beat the Philippines 73-62 and finished runner-up with five wins and one loss, while Japan came third with four wins and two losses after an 83-67 win over the Taiwan University All-Stars.
Taiwan’s national team and the Taiwan University All-Stars finished the tournament, Taiwan’s most popular annual international competition, 2-4 and 1-5, respectively.
The Philippines (3-3) and the Crocodiles from Australia (0-6) ranked fourth and seventh in the men’s group.
South Korea’s Sinsegae Coolcats beat the Taiwan women’s national team 80-68 to win the women’s competition a day earlier.
Mohammad Samad Nikkhah Bahrami, Iran
F Marcus Douthit, Philippines
F Mohammad Samad Nikkhah Bahrami, Iran
F Takuya Kawamura, Japan
G Lee Hsueh-lin, Taiwan
G Yuta Tabuse, Japan
Final men’s placing:
1. Iran 6-0
2. Lebanon 5-1
3. Japan 4-2
4. Philippines 3-3
5. Taiwan 2-4
6. Taiwan University All-Stars 1-5
7. Australia Crocs 0-6
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Source: Waylon Galvez | mb.com.ph
TAIPEI – Even against a team that is lacking in height, Smart-Gilas Serbian mentor Rajko Toroman expects a tough game against host Chinese Taipei in the 32nd William R. Jones Cup Sunday at the Hsinchuang Gymnasium in Taipei County.
Currently with a 2-1 win-loss card, Smart-Gilas meets Chinese Taipei in the main game at 7 p.m. right after Lebanon and defending champion Iran take on separate winless opponents, the All-Star team of Chinese Taipei University at 3 p.m. and the Australian Crocs at 5 p.m.
The Nationals are coming in fresh after taking a day-off, following a 90-64 victory against the Crocs (90-64) last Friday.
The national team will face a Chinese Taipei squad that easily won its first two matches, against Australia (103-55) and the All-Star team of Chinese Taipei University (74-64), before losing to Lebanon (93-84) also last Friday.
With 7-footer Greg Slaughter and 6-foot-10 American import Marcus Douthit, Smart-Gilas hopes to make good use of its height advantage against a team that is lacking in ceiling as Chinese Taipei’s tallest player is only 6-foot-7 Chen Tzu-Wei.
However, this team, according to Toroman, has the quickness to challenge Smart-Gilas’ own running game.
July 17, Saturday, Day 4 Results
1st game Taiwan Univ. def. Townsville Crocs, 88-77
2nd game Iran NT def. Lebanon NT, 79-71
3rd game Japan NT def. Taiwan NT, 94-85
July 18, Sunday, Day 5 Games
3:00pm Taiwan University All-Stars vs. Lebanon NT
5:00pm Iran NT vs. Townsville Crocodiles
7:00pm Taiwan NT vs. Smart Gilas-Philippines NT (LIVE)
Jones Cup 2010 (Standings) as of July 17, 9:30pm
3-0 Iran NT
2-1 Lebanon NT
2-1 Smart Gilas Pilipinas NT
2-2 Japan NT
2-2 Taiwan NT
1-2 Taiwanese Univ. AllStars
0-4 Townsville Crocs. AUS
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