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Philippines finished 4th Place in FIBA Asia

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Battle for 3rd
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Korea
Wuhan, China
Korea defeats Philippines, 70-68

Game Highlights:
– Philippines finished 4th place in the FIBA Asia Championship
– Marcus Douthit with 27 points and 22 rebounds
– Philippines missed 4 Free Throws at the end of the game; 2 by Williams, 1 by Douthit and 1 by Lassiter
– Jimmy Alapag 5/7 from three point range with 17 points
– Only 10 assist for Philippines and 13 turnovers that resulted to 13 points by Korea
– 3 point field goal percentage (35%) is higher than 2 point field goal percentage (33%)
– Kelly Williams with 9 points and 11 boards but missed 2 key free throws
– Marcio Lassiter with just 1 point but grabbed 9 rebounds
– Both teams with a low Free Throw Percentage, PHI (59%) and KOR (61%) but Korea made their free throws in the end game
– Biggest lead of Philippines was 13 points
– Chris Tiu and Chris Lutz fouled out of the ballgame
– Japeth Aguilar did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 68 – Douthit 27, Alapag 17, Williams 9, Lutz 5, de Ocampo 3, Tiu 2, Casio 2, Baracael 2, Lassiter 1, Taulava 0, Barroca 0

Quarters: 14-7, 24-17, 47-36, 68-70

Jordan defeats Philippines in Semis

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Semifinals
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Jordan
Wuhan, China
Jordan defeats Philippines, 75-61

Game Highlights:
– Jordan goes to the finals of the FIBA Asia Championship
– Philippines will still have a game tomorrow against the loser of China vs Korea and more importantly a slot in the FIBA Olympic Qualifier for the 2nd and 3rd place finisher
– Marcus Douthit scored 21 points and 15 rebounds but was guarded well by Jordan
– Only JV Casio as the other Smart Gilas player in double figures with 15 points
– Only 13% from three-point range (3/23)
– Smart Gilas missed a couple of easy shots and Jordan had a great defensive game
– Philippines committed 29 fouls and was in penalty early for most of the game
– Japeth Aguilar and Mac Baracael did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 61 – Douthit 21, Casio 15, de Ocampo 8, Williams 6, Lutz 4, Barroca 4, Lassiter 2, Alapag 1

Quarters: 12-18, 27-28, 49-41, 75-61

Philippines beats Chinese-Taipei, now in Final Four

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Quarterfinals
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Chinese-Taipei
Wuhan, China
Philippines defeats Chinese-Taipei, 95-78

Game Highlights:
– Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 37 points and 10 rebounds
– Ranidel de Ocampo had a great game with 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists
– Marcio Lassiter also had a sold game with 13 points and 8 rebounds
– Only 9 turnovers by Smart Gilas
– Philippines shot 39% from the three-point line (7/18)
– With Jordan upsetting Iran in the other game earlier, Philippines will now face Jordan in the semifinals tomorrow
– Chinese-Taipei led in the 1st quarter 23-19 and most of the 2nd quarter but Smart Gilas came back at the end of the 2nd quarter to take the lead at halftime, 45-42
– Japeth Aguilar and Mac Baracael did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 95 – Douthit 37, de Ocampo 18, Lassiter 13, Casio 8, Alapag 8, Taulava 4, Tiu 4, Barroca 2, Williams 1, Lutz 0.

Chinese Taipei 78 – Tseng 20, Chen 14, Lu 12, Lin 10, Wu 9, Mao 6, Chang 3, Chien 2, Li 2, Su 0.

Quarters: 19-23, 45-42, 70-57, 95-78

Another come from behind win by Smart Gilas

2011 FIBA Asia Championship 2nd Round
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Syria
Wuhan, China
Philippines defeats Syria, 75-52

Game Highlights:
– Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 20 points and 6 rebounds (12 pts in the 1st quarter )
– Syria led at halftime, 32-23, but held Syria to only 20 points in the 2nd half (only 7pts in the 4th quarter)
– Rebounding edge by Philippines, 48-38 led by Asi Taulava by 9 and Ranidel de Ocampo with 7 rebounds
– 18 assists by Smart Gilas led by JV Casio with 4 ans Chris Tiu with 3 assists
– Lowest turnovers so far by Philippines with only 8 turnovers
– All players scored for Smart Gilas with 9 players scoring 4 or more points
– Only 53% (9/17) from the free throw line

Game Scores:
Philippines 75
– Douthit 20, de Ocampo 8, Tiu 8, Lutz 7, Casio 7, Alapag 6, Lassiter 5, Aguilar 4, Taulava 4, Williams 2, Baracael 2, Barroca 2

Syria 52 – Al Hamwi 11, Gorges 9, Jilati 8, Nalbandian 6, Alsaman 5, Deeb 4, Osfira 4, Lubus 3, Daks 2, Al Katib 0

Quarters: 14-11, 23-32, 49-45, 75-52

Philippines with a big win over Japan

2011 FIBA Asia Championship 2nd Round
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Japan
Wuhan, China
Philippines defeats Japan, 83-76

Game Highlights:
– Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 25 points, 18 rebounds, 3 assists ad 3 blocks
– Jimmy Alapag had a great 4th quarter and contributed 15 points, 4 assists and 3 rebounds (3/5 from three-point range)
– 4 players with double figures including Marcio Lassiter with 15 points and Kelly Williams with 12 points who also had a big 4th quarter
– Rebounding edge by Philippines, 44-31
– Japan missed 8 free throws (16/28)
– Smart Gilas with 52 points in the paint
– Japan made 12 three pointers (36% from three-point range)
– Chris Lutz fouled out at the end of the 3rd quarter
– Japeth Aguilar and Mac Baracael did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 83
– Douthit 25, Alapag 16, Lassiter 15, Williams 12, Barroca 6, de Ocampo 4, Casio 4, Taulava 2, Tiu 0, Lutz 0

Japan 76 – Takeuchi J 22, Shonaka 14, Hirose 13, Kawamura 12, Takeuchi K 6, Ishizaki 5, Amino 4, Matsui 0, Takeda 0, Sakurai 0, Kashiwagi 0, Ota 0

Quarters: 18-23, 34-40, 60-52, 83-76

FIBA 2nd Round: Philippines defeats Jordan

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Second Round
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Jordan
Wuhan, China
Philippines defeats Jordan, 72-64

Game Highlights:
– Jordan led by as much as 16 points, 27-11 in the 1st quarter
– Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 19 points and 15 rebounds, Douthit injured in his ankle in the 3rd quarter but came back after a few minutes
– Marcio Lassiter played big in his 1st game in the FIBA Asia Championship scoring 14 points with 4 rebounds and 2 assists
– Jimmy Alapag scored in double figures with 11 points
– Chris Tiu scored 9 points, 7 in the 1st half
– Jordan had the edge in rebounding, 53-43
– Jordan placed the game under protest due to both teams being informed before the game that Lutz and Lassiter cannot play and then in the 1st quarter were already allowed to play already.

Game Scores:
Philippines 72
– Douthit 19, Lassiter 14, Alapag 11, Tiu 9, Williams 6, de Ocampo 4, Lutz 4, Casio 3, Taulava 2, Barroca 0, Aguilar 0, Baracael 0

Jordan 64 – Daghles 18, Wright 16, Z.Abbas 10, Abuqoura 7, I.Abbas 6, Al-Sous 5, Zaghab 2, Hussein 0

Quarters: 11-20, 26-31, 47-47, 72-64

Philippines defeats Bahrain

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Bahrain
Wuhan, China
Philippines defeats Bahrain, 113-71

Game Highlights:
– Japeth Aguilar led Smart Gilas with 21 points and 12 rebounds in 15 minutes of play, most in the 2nd half where Philippines pulled away after leading only by 10 at halftime
– 7 players scored in double digits and all players scored at least 2 points
– 113 points is the highest score so far in the entire tournament
– Rebounding edge 54-15
– 33 assists by Smart Gilas led by Jimmy Alapag with 8 and Mark Barroca with 7
– Philippines shot 40% from three point range with JV Casio going 3/3
– Philippines shot 67% from the field with Marcus Douthit going 8/11
– Philippines with 26 fastbreak points
– Only negative is the 18 turnovers compared to only 13 by Bahrain
– Former Green Archer Bader Malabes of Bahrain scored 15 points (former teammate of JV Casio)

Game Scores
Philippines 113 – Aguilar 21, Douthit 18, Casio 15, Taulava 13, de Ocampo 13, Baracael 11, Tiu 10, Barroca 8, Alapag 2, Williams 2

Bahrain 71 – Malabes 15, Sarhan 13, Mahri 11, Ali 8, Isa 7, Khamis 7, Akber 6, Mubarak 2, Ashoor 0

Quarters: 30-18, 51-41, 86-47, 113-71

China defeats Philippines

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs China
Wuhan, China
China defeats Philippines, 75-60

Game Highlights:
– Still No Lutz and Lassiter for this game
– Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 4 blocks
– Chris Tiu was the only other player in double figures with 12 points but committed 5 turnovers
– Philippines only had 14 assists compared to 22 by China
– Philippines committed 14 turnovers which resulted in 21 points off turnovers
– China had 10 steals and 5 blocks
– Smart Gilas only had 2 fast break points compared to 9 by China
– Philippines was held to 8 points in the 2nd quarter
– The only positive is that we held China to 75 points, they scored 101 against Bahrain

Game Scores:
China 75 – Jianlian 20, ZhiZhi 16, Sun 15, Zhu 13, Zhang 3, B.Zhang 2, Liu 2, Yi Li 2, Ding 1, Yu 1.

Philippines 60 – Douthit 17, Tiu 12, Williams 6, Alapag 5, Casio 5, Aguilar 4, Baracael 4, de Ocampo 3, Taulava 2, Barroca 2.

Quarters: 22-13, 43-21, 55-40, 75-60