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Gilas Pilipinas Final Roster for 2018 Asian Games

Gilas Pilipinas Roster for 2018 Asian Games

Gilas Pilipinas composed of Rain or Shine Elasto Painters players plus other PBA players will participate in the 2018 Asian Games from August 16 to September 2, 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Gilas Pilipinas Roster for 2018 Asian Games
Maverick Ahanmisi
Raymond Almazan

Jordan Clarkson included in Gilas Final Roster for Asian Games

Update: Jordan Clarkson cleared by OCA and NBA, will miss 1st game of Gilas

Jordan Clarkson Gilas Asian Games

Jordan Clarkson is included in the Gilas Pilipinas Final 12 Roster for the 2018 Asian Games as announced by Coach Yeng Guiao.

Gilas Pilipinas 14-man Pool for Asian Games 2018

Coach Yeng Guiao

After pulling out of the 2018 Asian Games a week ago, Philippines will finally send a team in Jakarta with the core of Rain or Shine Elasto Painters plus a couple of players from other PBA teams and 2 Gilas cadets and will be coached by Yeng Guiao.

14 Gilas Pilipinas players will fly to Australia for FIBA Qualifiers

Smart Gilas Pilipinas FIBA Qualifiers

Gilas Pilipinas Coach Chot Reyes announced the 14 Gilas players that will fly to Australia tonight, February 19 for the match-up against Australia in Melbourne on February 22 for the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.

Gilas Pilipinas Player Pool vs Australia
-Jason Castro
-Kiefer Ravena

Gilas Pilipinas beat Chinese-Taipei led by Castro and Fajardo

Gilas Pilipinas defeated Chinese-Taipei, 90-83 led by Jayson Castro with 20 points and June Mar Fajardo with 17 points in their 2nd game of the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Give Gabe His Due

When coach Chot Reyes reassumed coaching duties for Gilas, he bared his plan to tap into Philippine basketball’s young talent, with an eye on the 2019 World Cup and beyond. This meant that one Gabriel Daniel V. Norwood would likely be out of the national team pool.

Gilas Remains Work in Progress

Gilas Pilipinas may have started the FIBA World Cup qualifiers with a win, but if their performance against Japan is any indication, then this iteration of Gilas might be in big trouble.

In a case of taking half a step forward and several steps back, the nationals struggled to put away a young but game Japanese squad, ultimately needing the brilliance of Jayson Castro and timely baskets from Andray Blatche, Matthew Wright, and RR Pogoy to outlast their counterparts from the Land of the Rising Sun.

Gilas Off to a Good Start, Outlasts Japan

Gilas Pilipinas got the country’s pursuit of a World Cup berth off to a roaring, albeit rocky start, outlasting a hard-charging Japanese squad 77–71 before a packed Komazawa Olympic Park General Sports Ground Gymnasium in Tokyo.