2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament

2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament will be held from July 5-10, 2016. 18 teams divided into 3 tournaments with 6 teams each and the winner of each tournament gets a slot in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Road to Rio 2016 Olympics

Teams Qualified for the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifiers
EuroBasket 2015
-France
-Serbia
-Greece
-Italy
-Czech Republic

2015 FIBA Americas Championship
-Canada
-Mexico
-Puerto Rico

AfroBasket 2015
-Angola
-Tunisia
-Senegal

2015 FIBA Asia Championship
-Philippines
-Iran
-Japan

2015 FIBA Oceania Championship
-New Zealand

Olympic Qualifying Tournament Hosts
-3 slots





8 Responses to 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament

  1. fred says:

    Ano ba ang reality?? If we can’t beat China what next for qualifying?

    • Bryant says:

      sa pagka alam ko ang FIBA ASIA Champ ang automatic mag qualify sa Olympic pero di pa sarado ang goal ng Gilas sa Olympic dahil may magaganap pa na mga laro at yun ay gaganapin sa July 2016 at kasali ang Gilas sa lalaro, at pinaka mabigat na kalaban jan ay Iran, pero kung papalarin ang Gilas sa Wildcard Olympic Qualifier Tournament na yan makakalaro pa rin ang Gilas Pilipinas sa RIO.

      • BestPhilippines says:

        Hindi po Iran ang pinakamabigat na kalaban, isha-shuffle ang mga teams sa tatlong grupo, at kung sino ang may pinakamagandang standing kada grupo ‘yon ang tatlong teams na qualified sa Rio Olympics.

  2. cody says:

    Blatche 6’11″C
    Fajardo 6’11″C
    Aguilar 6’10″PF
    Rosaro 6’7″pf
    Deocampo 6’6″pf
    Paras 6’7″sf
    Norwood 6’6″sf
    Clarkson 6’5″g
    Park 6’4″g
    Lee 6’1 g
    Romeo 6’0″g
    Castro 5’11 g

    • cody says:

      Kailangan ang mga medyo bata para matuto sa png international

    • Kepoy Kapoy says:

      Blatche – C
      Fajardo – C
      Aguilar – PF
      K. Williams or Almazan – PF
      De Ocampo – SF
      Norwood – SF
      Clarkson – SF
      Parks – SF/SG
      Abueva – SG
      Lee – SG
      Castro – PG
      Romeo – PG

      Kung maayos na ang papeles ni Tautuaa na maging Fil-Foreigner, pwede sya sa PF.
      Masyado pang bata si Kobe sa 2016.
      Sana maayos na ang lagay ni Kelly Williams sa 2016. Kailangan ng Gilas ang high leaper sa team para sa dagdag depensa at rebound.

  3. BestPhilippines says:

    Andray “Big Dray” Blatche 6’11 Center/Forward
    Japeth Aguilar 6’8 3/4 Power Forward (blocking and spacing)
    Kobe Paras (6’6″) needs to hone skills first, so, go for Clarkson (6’5″)
    Marcio Lassiter 6’2″ Shooting Guard (best shooter and good defender)
    Jayson Castro-William 5’10” Point Guard (quickness and playmaking skills)

    Terrence Romeo (5’10 1/2″) or Kevin Alas (6’0″) for Point Guard
    Ray Parks Jr 6’3″ Shooting Guard (upgraded version of Abueva)
    Gabe Norwood 6’5″ Guard/Forward (best wing defender)
    Troy Rosario 6’7″ Power Forward (can run, rebound and shoot outside)
    June Mar Fajardo 6’9 1/2″ Center (most dominant local player)
    Kevin Ferrer 6’4″ Guard/Forward (young, athletic defender and shooter)
    K. Williams 6’4 1/2 (toughness, he’s bulkier), or I. Sangalang 6’6 3/4″

    Reserves:
    Intal 6’4″ or Guevarra 6’2 1/2 (role players can run, cut and shoot 3s)
    Moala Tautuaa 6’7″ Power Forward (in case Blatche gets injured)

    – list contains the actual/official height of each players
    – no Lee-Dalistan because he’s a bit slow and has no defense
    – no Pingris or Abueva, we need to practise playing with more height

  4. yovanna says:

    Maglalaro ba si Blatche?

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