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Philippines defeats South Korea led by Gary David

2012 William Jones Cup
Philippines defeats South Korea, 82-79
August 21, 2012
Taipei, Taiwan

Game Highlights:
-Gary David scored 13 points including 4 crucial points in the last 2 minutes
-Marcus Douthit with 11 points and 10 rebounds
-PBA Finals MVP Jeff Chan led Smart Gilas with 14 points
-Philippines led by as much as 14 points in the 2nd period before South Korea made a run in the 3rd quarter and led by 12 points, 61-49
-Former Teammates Gabe Norwood (10 points) and Sol Mercado (9 points) helped Smart Gilas trim down the lead in the 4th period
-3rd straight win by Smart Gilas
-Next Game: vs Japan, August 22, 5pm

Game scores:

Philippines 82 – Chan 14, David 13, Douthit 11, Norwood 10, Mercado 9, Fonacier 7, Tenorio 5, De Ocampo 4, Thoss 4, Lanete 3, Ganuelas 2, Villanueva 0.

South Korea 79 – Pattillo 19, Jung 14, Stutz 11, Choi 10, Kim 9, Yang 8, Lee 6, Kim 2, Cha 0.

Quarterscores: 24-17, 42-40, 65-71, 82-79

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

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

Note:
-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