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Twin Towers for Batang Gilas in 2017

Batang Gilas will have twin towers when they play in 2017, 6’10 Ethan Kirkness and 6’11 Kai Sotto. Both players will turn 15 years old next year and will play for Batang Gilas Under 16 Team.

Fil-Nigerian AJ Edu in Manila to discuss stint with Batang Gilas

Filipino-Nigerian AJ Edu who stands 6’9 and is only 16 years old arrived in Manila and is in discussion with Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas or SBP to be part of Batang Gilas program.

w AJ Edu. Working towards the future! #labanpilipinas #PUSO

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2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship Final Standings

Batang Gilas FIBA Asia U18

Iran, Japan and South Korea will represent Asia in the 2017 FIBA World U19 World Championship as they finished in the Top 3 of the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship held in Tehran, Iran from July 22-31, 2016. Batang Gilas who represented Philippines finished 7th place.

2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship Final Standings
1st – Iran
2nd – Japan

Watch: Batang Gilas vs India Full Game Video

Batang Gilas defeated India in the Classification Round for 7th place in the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship in Tehran, Iran.

Watch: Batang Gilas vs India Full Game Video

Batang Gilas beat India for 7th Place

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Batang Gilas defeated India, 67-64 for 7th Place in the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship in Tehran, Iran.

FIBA Asia U18: Batang Gilas vs India Livestreaming

Battle for 7th Place: Batang Gilas vs India on July 31, 3:30pm Manila Time in the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship in Tehran, Iran.

Watch Batang Gilas vs India Livestreaming below:

Watch: Batang Gilas vs China Full Game Video

Batang Gilas lost to China in the Classification Round for 5th-8th place and will face India for 7th Place later at 3:30pm in the last day of the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship in Tehran, Iran.

Watch: Batang Gilas vs China Full Game Video

Batang Gilas lost to China, will play for 7th Place

Theo Joshua Flores vs China

Batang Gilas lost to China, 85-55 in the Classification Round for 5th-8th Place of the 2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship in Tehran, Iran. Theo Joshua Flores led Philippines with 12 points.