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No Winner in Gilas Pilipinas vs PBA All-Stars Game

PBA All-Star Weekend
Gilas Pilipinas vs PBA All-Stars
May 5, 2013 – Digos, Davao del Sur

Jeff Chan of Gilas Pilipinas made a three-pointer with 0.6 seconds left in the 4th quarter to tie the game at 124 and the PBA All-Stars was not able to get a shot at the last second resulting in a tied ball game. In Exhibition Games, no extension or overtime will be played if the score is tied at the end of the 4th quarter.

Arwind Santos showed that he should have been included in the National team by leading the PBA All-Stars with 27 points and 13 rebounds while Jeff Chan finished with 9 points along with 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Santos and Chan were named co-Most Valuable Players of the Game.

Larry Fonacier led Gilas Pilipinas with 18 points while Gary David contributed 17 points including 5 points in the last 2 minutes as Gilas Pilipinas came from behind to tie the game in the last quarter. Balanced scoring for our National Team with 8 players in double-digits and all players with 5 or more points.

Marcus Douthit, Jimmy Alapag, Ryan Reyes and Greg Slaughter did not play for Gilas Pilipinas while James Yap, Mark Caguioa and Marcio Lassiter played limited minutes for the PBA All-Star.

Game Scores:
Gilas Pilipinas 124 — Fonacier 18, David 17, De Ocampo 14, Castro 11, Thoss 11, Tenoro 10, Pingris 10, Castro 10, Fajardo 9, Chan 9, Aguilar 5,

PBA All-Stars 124 — Santos 27, Canaleta 20, Belga 15, Cabagnot 15, Ellis 9, Baguio 9, Abueva 9, Casio 7, Lassiter 6, Caguioa 3, Yap 2,

Quarterscores: 31-33, 65-66, 95-89, 124-124.

Smart Gilas Cadet Pool

Current Cadet Pool of Smart Gilas Pilipinas composed of Amateur Basketball Players
Kevin Alas
RR Garcia
Garvo Lanete
Ronald Pascual
Jake Pascual
Matt Ganuelas Rosser
Greg Slaughter

More might be added soon!

Battle for 3rd: Philippines vs Korea

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Wuhan, China
Sunday, September 25, 2011

Battle for 3rd place – 3:30pm
Philippines vs Korea

Finals – 8pm
China vs Jordan – 8pm

-2nd and 3rd placed teams in the FIBA Asia Championship will play in the FIBA Olympic Qualifiers and will play against other teams who qualified from around the world
-Winner of FIBA Asia Championship will be given an automatic slot to the 2012 London Olympics

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