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FIBA Asia Cup: Philippines vs China Highlights Video

Gilas Pilipinas defeated China, 80-79 in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup Battle for 3rd Place in Wuhan, China. Paul Dalistan (Paul Lee) made the winning free throws for Gilas Pilipinas. Read recap at Gilas Pilipinas defeats China for 3rd Place

Congratulations Paul Lee and Gilas Pilipinas!

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Paul Lee winning free throws against China Video

Paul Lee made three crucial free throws with no time left as Gilas Pilipinas won against China, 80-79 and took home the Bronze Medal in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup in Wuhan, China. Read recap at Gilas Pilipinas defeats China for 3rd Place

FIBA Asia Cup Results: Gilas Pilipinas defeats China for 3rd Place

Marcus Douthit

2014 FIBA Asia Cup Battle for 3rd Place
Gilas Pilipinas defeats China, 80-79
Wuhan, China

Game Highlights:
-Paul Dalistan (Paul Lee) with 9 points including 3 clutch free throws to win the game
-Ranidel de Ocampo led Gilas Pilipinas with 18 points and 7 rebounds
-Marcus Douthit with 10 points and 22 rebounds
-Japeth Aguilar with 14 points
-Beau Belga with 10 points
-LA Tenorio with 12 points and 4 assists
-Philippines settles for 3rd Place (Bronze)

Game Scores:

FIBA Asia U16 Results: China defeats Philippines for the Championship

2013-fiba-asia-u16-championship

3rd FIBA Asia U16 Championship Finals Results

Championship Game: China defeats Philippines, 85-78

Battle for 3rd Place: Japan defeats Chinese-Taipei, 85-72

China, Philippines and Japan are going to Dubai next year to represent Asia for the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship!

Smart Gilas 2 Preliminary Round Recap

4th FIBA Asia Cup Smart Gilas Results
Tokyo, Japan

Current Standing: 3-1

Sept 14Philippines loses to China by 3
Top Scorer: Ranidel de Ocampo – 11 points

Sept 15Philippines defeats Lebanon by 10
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 25 points

Sept 16Philippines defeats Uzbekistan by 35
Top Scorer: Jeff Chan – 20 points

Sept 17Philippines defeats Macau by 52
Top Scorer: Jeff Chan – 18 points

Games for the next round will be posted tomorrow after the last game of the preliminary round.

Laban Pilipinas!

FIBA Asia Cup Day 1 and Day 2 Results

4th FIBA Asia Cup Results for Day 1 and Day 2
Tokyo, Japan

Day 1 – September 14
Lebanon (120) vs Macau (51)
Iran (83) vs India (71)
China (71) vs Philippines (68) – View Recap View Video
Japan (73) vs Qatar (69)

Day 2 – September 15
Uzbekistan (81) vs Macau (61)
Qatar (84) vs India (63)
Japan (90) vs Chinese-Taipei (78)
Philippines (78) vs Lebanon (68) – View Recap

FIBA Asia Cup 2012 Standings
Group A
China 1-0
Uzbekistan 1-0
Philippines 1-1
Lebanon 1-1
Macau 0-2

Group B
Japan 2-0
Iran 1-0
Qatar 1-1
Chinese-Taipei 0-1
India 0-2

Philippines loses to China by 3

2012 FIBA Asia Cup
China defeats Philippines, 71-68
September 14, 2012
Tokyo, Japan

Game Highlights:
-Ranidel de Ocampo with 11 points
-Marcus Douthit and Larry Fonacier with 10 points each (Douthit also with 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks)
-Gabe Norwood with 9 points and 8 rebounds
-LA Tenorio with 8 points and 4 assists (also with 3 turnovers)
-Philippines forced China to 22 turnovers and only 6/24 from 3-point range
-Smart Gilas shot 6/35 from three-point range (including 4 missed 3 pointers at the end game)
-Philippines was still leading by 8 with 4 minutes left in the game
-Smart Gilas missed 10 free throws (14/24)
-China with an average height of 6’8 outrebounded Philippines, 58-31

Game Scores:

Philippines 71 – De Ocampo 11, Douthit 10, Fonacier 10, Norwood 9, Tenorio 8, Dillinger 8, David 7, Chan 5, Reyes 0, Thoss 0, Villanueva 0.

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