Smart Gilas Win-Loss Record since 2009

Smart Gilas Pilipinas International and Local Tournaments Recap
2009-2011 Smart Gilas Win-Loss Record

Overall Standing in 3 years: 47 wins, 32 losses
(Based on Major Tournaments only, not including Exhibition Games)

Note:
-Highest place finish in an International Tournament was 3rd place in 2011 Jones Cup (SEABA not included)
-Big leap in win-loss record from 2010 to 2011

2011 (28 wins, 13 losses)
-FIBA Asia Championship – 4th Place (6-3)
-Jones Cup – 3rd Place (6-3)
-SEABA Championship – 1st Place (3-0)
-FIBA Asia Champions Cup – 4th Place (5-2)
-PBA Commissioners Cup – 3rd Place (8-5)

2010 (14 wins, 17 losses)
-Asian Games – 6th Place (6-5)
-Jones Cup – 4th Place (3-3)
-FIBA Asia Champions Cup – 7th Place (2-5)
-FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup – 4th Place (3-4)

2009 (5 wins, 2 losses)
-FIBA Asia Champions Cup – 5th Place (5-2)





17 Responses to Smart Gilas Win-Loss Record since 2009

  1. Duane Bishop says:

    GILAS VS JORDAN>

    Always relying on the Imports and Fil-am’s A-game. Aguilar should’ve been in the game playing interior defense helping douthit to dismantle Jordan’s interior passing and offensive rebounds, he would’ve been fresh off the bench considering he didn’t play the last game, compare to Williams who was obviously tired. Lassiter should’ve given a go-signal to take it more against Dagles (i’m not sure of the spelling), who already had 4 fouls with on the last 18mins of the game. Toroman is the best coach we’ve had for Philippine international basketball since Rob Jacobs, but yesterday, he was mediocre for he was outcoached by his counterpart.

    • DBEST MAN says:

      RON JACOBS FIBA ASIA CHAMPION JAWORSKY SILVER MEDALIST IN ASIAN GAMES THEN TOROMAN IS ONLY 4TH LANG MAY IMPORT PA

    • DBEST MAN says:

      RON JACOBS MAY FIL AM DIN FIBA ASIA CHAMPION JAWORSKY SILVER MEDALIST IN ASIAN GAMES WALANG FIL AM BUO LANG ANG LOOB NG PLAYERS NATAMBAKAN SA CHINA STRATEGY YUN PARA DI MAKITA NG IBANG TEAM YUNG LAKAS NG TEAM PILIPINAS TIMCONE 3RD PLACE KAYA LANG TAMBAK SA KOREA THEN TOROMAN IS ONLY 4TH LANG MAY IMPORT PA

  2. Duane Bishop says:

    KOREA VS GILAS>

    What can I say? Our team did their best (at least they think they did), but it wasn’t good enough. We played hard but we didn’t play to our potential, maybe, because of lack of international experience playing together or jelling together for a long time with the same players.
    I really blame the PBA as it degraded the potentials of our basketball players over the course of basketball development in the Philippines.
    It is never reason that we are too short or not big enough, because our speed and basketball IQ makes us competitive. We know we are short, so, we should work more hard to make everyone (even our forward and centers) who plays basketball in our country develop more consistent dribbling skills with consistent pull-up jumpers, mid-range jumpers and drive-hard to the basket plays. We should develop a KILLER INSTINCT to avoid playing catch-up games to powerhouse teams in Asia like Iran, China and Korea, or even to an old-tired Jordanian team. To add more validation to my opinion, the Philippine Basketball Association should have a sense of urgency to change its rules to FIBA rules, for our players to have more familiarity, consistency and complexity on international game situations with regularity. Being called a “professional league” is just a name, when we actually don’t need to use the term professional just to make us a basketball country, ALA NBA. Please, if we can just accept our flaws as nation and quit the “sariling-papuri mentality that we injure for so many courses of competition, Philippine basketball can be champions, and it won’t be next year, nor in the next FIBA ASIA, but it will be NOW!!! We all have had enough tears for years.

    • smartgilas! #1 says:

      110% i agree to u.. PBA destroyed the potential of the filipino players to become much beter players by denying them to play international.. how could they become beter if every year cycle nlng na cla2x lng lumalaban xa PBA? na sa international ang true competition.. sayang yung chance mkita tayu ng mundo.. xa asia lng my mga nba players who compete for their country,chance na yun ng mga pinoy pkita xa mundo kaya natin ang level ng nba.. PBA was created in hopes tayu ang unang asian country to produce an NBA player by having a profesional league, but we sacrifice the international competitions by not sending the best players we have their.. so how could the world know we’ve got game? maybe kng wla na manood ng pba then they will listen to us.. PBA adopt to the change!!! sawa na kmi!!!

  3. Duane Bishop says:

    KOREA VS GILAS>

    What can I say? Our team did their best (at least they think they did), but it wasn’t good enough. We played hard but we didn’t play to our potential, maybe, because of lack of international experience playing together or jelling together for a long time with the same players. I really blame the PBA as it degraded the potentials of our basketball players over the course of basketball development in the Philippines. It is never reason that we are too short or not big enough, because our speed and basketball IQ makes us competitive. We know we are short, so, we should work more hard to make everyone (even our forward and centers) who plays basketball in our country develop more consistent dribbling skills with consistent pull-up jumpers, mid-range jumpers and drive-hard to the basket plays. We should develop a KILLER INSTINCT to avoid playing catch-up games to powerhouse teams in Asia like Iran, China and Korea, or even to an old-tired Jordanian team. To add more validation to my opinion, the Philippine Basketball Association should have a sense of urgency to change its rules to FIBA rules, for our players to have more familiarity, consistency and complexity on international game situations with regularity. Being called a “professional league” is just a name, when we actually don’t need to use the term professional just to make us a basketball country, ALA NBA. Please, if we can just accept our flaws as nation and quit the “sariling-papuri mentality that we injure for so many courses of competition, Philippine basketball can be champions, and it won’t be next year, nor in the next FIBA ASIA, but it will be NOW!!! We all have had enough tears for years.

  4. Duane Bishop says:

    MY SMART GILAS 2012
    (not more than 3 players under 6 feet)

    STARTERS>
    Casio 5’11” PG – for his dedication to the team and 3pt shooting
    Lassiter 6’2 1/2″ SG – for his hard-nose plays
    Lutz 6’4″ SF – speed and defense
    De Ocampo 6’6″ PF – off the ball skills and positioning
    Douthit 6’11” C – of course!
    RESERVES>
    Cabagnot 6’0″ PG – play making skills and 20 footers (alapag is aging)
    Mercado 6’0″ G – for his strength to drive to the basket
    Santos 6′ 4 1/2″ SF – for his length and transition game (more practice)
    Aguilar 6’10” PF – block shots with low-post game improvement
    Washinton 6’7″ PF/C – quality mins for douthit
    Slaughter 7’0″ C – height, quick drop passes near the rim from teammates
    Canelata 6’5″ SF – i know his 3pt shooting, jumping ability to chase driving lay-ups and 15 footers can be good for international games

    *Norwood, if Canaleta doesn’t improve in team practices, can play point
    Tiu, if one of the guards can’t play due to PBA commitments

    • Dekahana says:

      This line up is good, but still I would like it to be much bigger. This line-up is still to small for my taste. We struggle always because of lack of size. To be competitive, we should increase our average ceiling to 6’4″ or 6’5″”. That would be tall enough, without sacrificing our quickness too much, which is our greatest asset. I know we are quick, but speed is never enough as other teams have also become quick and big at the same time. Thus, for me, and as MVP observed, 5’11 or even 6’0 guards won’t cut it anymore. Sure they can score points; but they can’t defend effectively against the big guards of other teams (example, Jordan’s Daghles is 6’3″ or 4″). Our point guards should at be 6’2″ at the minimum. Finally, it is so obvious in international games that we really need pure shooters (in the mold of Caidic or Ritualo, during their primes), to open up the paint and allow our big men and slashers to do their thing. Good shooters would make the job of our big men and power forwards easier. One thing that stood out in the Fiba Asia 2011 championship is our inconsistent or poor 3 point-shooting percentage.

  5. toj says:

    MVP and his organization did a great job of forming a team to represent our country for international basketball competetions. But it’s just not enough. I think it’s a fact that the PBA have some of the best players in this country, that’s why I think the PBA should reconsider giving back it’s commitment to represent our country in international tournaments. They should adjust their season so that they can join FIBA Asia on a regular basis, besides joining international competetions can greatly improve the skills of our players because games internationally are of higher level compared to PBA games. What’s the point of bragging about the PBA having the best players in the country if they can’t prove their worth on international level? That’s why I also think that having a conference that allows imports of unlimitted height will somehow train our players to go against bigger and athletic guys–in this way, someday soon, our players will learn how to play wisely against bigger guys.

    It’s really sad to see our team loose. We have a lot of good players, my only wish is that the PBA, NCAA and UAAP would join hands with MVP to provide good basketball programs so that in every tournament that we would be participating in the near future, we can always say that our team is the best that we can ever form consisting of the best players available.

  6. wens ortiz says:

    I second the motion to TOJ. We have the same point of view, that makes us 2 voters, others join us to plead to the PBA. and please involve us fans in voting on who should be on the team for future international competitions, not just the coach opinion.

  7. DBEST MAN says:

    DAPAT SA PBA IPASOK YUNG MGA BIG MAN HINDI PINAPAUPO
    DAPAT APAT NA BIG MAN ISANG POINT GUARD YUNG BIG MAN SA PBA DAPAT MARUNONG MAG 3 MADALI LANG YON KUNG MAGALING YUNG MGA COACH
    KASI SA PBA MAHALAGA YUNG MGA POINTGUARD MAGANDA PANOORIN DAW
    HINDI MATUTUTO YUNG BIG MAN KUNG HINDI IPAPASOK

  8. Sam says:

    As i’ve said in another post, to summarize it, we do not need another coach. We need a team that plays as a team and spends their whole time with the team. Not necessarily big guys, not necessarily FIL-AMs. But players with heart for our nation’s pride and will go all out on international tournaments. Get those players, jell for a year or 2, and we’ll find The Philippines going to the olympics again.

    Top 4 na tayo sa Fiba-Asia. The bright side is, after a long time, finally, we moved a step forward.

    Smart Gilas, on to 2013 FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS!

  9. Chito_Palito_Miranda says:

    bestman ok ka na gets mo. Kaya walang improvement PBA or Pinoy League bbol. Recruit parati puros guards5_9 at 6_2 frwrd the 6_5 center. 1960s pa yan ganyan size sa world of bbol. Dapat bigyan ng playing time ang matatangkad. Sayang cla Aguilar,Slaughter d future f bbol. i rmbr Jaworski 6-2 height mabilis aabangan u yng pasa at tira nya. Gusto ko yng mga verbal words at siko nya. At z a coach mga center na kinukuha ny talga malaki tulad nla Feihl,Mamaril,Aquino at babad pag laro. Yan legacy na iniwan ni Jawo.

  10. Dorobo says:

    Tawag dyan Consuelo de bobo’ Nasa 4th tayo beacause of our import or naturalize. Pagwala si Douthit bka wala tayo even in top 8. Size matter hangat poor recruitement ang coaches natin wala rin! cause height is matter. Imagine kasing height ni Chot Reyes sabay pinag lalaro nagbabantay 6’5 n 6’7 guards. mismatch diba

    • fasddsfdsfs says:

      tama.
      partida pa walang imports yung ibang malapit na asian countries like japan,china,korea. pag gumamit ng imports mga yan, kahit sa top 8 talsik tayo.
      hehehehe

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