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May 2004: The MediaTrix-sponsored team made up of players from the Philippine College of Criminology (PCCr) finished dead last in the 10-team FIBA-Asia Champions Cup in Dubai .


NAME HEIGHT POSITION
Mendiola, Junel 184 cm (6′1″) G
Ricafuente, Ricky 172 cm (5′8″) G
Mopera, Stephen 183 cm (6′0″) F
Montemayor, Oscar 191 cm (6′3″) C/F
Tarronas, Jonathan 191 cm (6′3″) F
Vilar, Jose Leonito 193 cm (6′4″) F
Intalan, Romualdo 173 cm (5′8″) G
de Guia, Bernard 191 cm (6′3″) F
Federizio, Almario 198 cm (6′6″) C

Final standings
Rank Team Record
Gold Lebanon Sagesse 5–2
Silver Syria Al-Wahda 6–1
Bronze Qatar Al-Rayyan 5–2
4th South Korea Sangmu Phoenix 4–3
5th United Arab Emirates Al-Sharjah 5–2
6th Bahrain Al-Manama 3–4
7th Malaysia Petronas 2–5
8th India Young Cagers 1–6
9th Kuwait Al-Kuwait 2–3
10th Philippines Mediatrix Telecom 0–5



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:19 am 
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nyahahahaha... number 69 talaga at may ala Tony Harris shake pa... :lol: :biglaugh:

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Congrats on the win against Qatar. I hope Gilas gets it over Kazakhstan.

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For qualification scenarios, see link http://www.fiba.basketball/basketballwo ... -world-cup

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Congrats, Gilas. On to the World Cup.

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Blatche drops 41 as PH team rips Kazakhs to reach World Cup with help of Korea
by REUBEN TERRADO
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TEAM Pilipinas is going back to the Fiba Basketball World Cup.

The Philippines clinched a berth in the World Cup on Sunday night after beating Kazakhstan, 93-75, in its final qualifying match at the Republican Velodrome Saryarka in Astana, Kazakhstan.

Andray Blatche played his best game as a member of Team Pilipinas after finishing with 41 points, 14 rebounds, four steals, and two blocks to lead the Nationals to a World Cup berth for the second straight time.

Gilas replicated its trip to the 2014 Fiba World Cup with help from arch-rival Korea, whose 84-72 victory over Lebanon enabled the Philippines to finish as the best fourth-placer in the Asian qualifiers.

The Philippines finished fourth in Group F with a 7-5 card, the same record posted by Jordan in Group E after a shock win over New Zealand.

Blatche set the tone for Team Pilipinas, scoring 17 points in the first quarter before the locals led by Jayson Castro picked it up in the second half in support of their naturalized player.

Despite a hot start that saw Gilas take a 21-13 lead midway through the first quarter, the Philippine squad had anxious moments as Kazakhstan even took the lead, 39-36, in the second period.

Gilas was only up five, 45-40, at halftime.

But Team Pilipinas began pulling away in the third period. Castro converted a huge triple that brought Gilas’ lead to 68-55 in the quarter and it was all Philippines the rest of the way.

Blatche shot 12 of 20 from the field, including a 5-of-10 clip from three-point range as he continued his rousing return to the team after missing the previous two windows.

Castro had 15 points, while June Mar Fajardo had nine points and seven rebounds after playing limited minutes in the last game against Qatar due to flu.

Paul Lee and Marcio Lassiter had eight points each including baskets in the fourth that kept Kazakhstan at bay.

Anthony Clemmons had 27 points for Kazakhstan, which was unable to repeat its win over the Philippines last November at the Mall of Asia Arena.

The scores:

Philippines 93 – Blatche 41, Castro 15, Fajardo 9, Lassiter 8, Lee 8, Rosario 4, Aguilar 4, Pogoy 2, Barroca 2, Ravena 0, Erram 0, Norwood 0.

Kazakhstan 75 – Clemmons 27, Gavrilov 12, Yergali 11, Zhigulin 8, Murzagaliyev 8, Maidekin 4, Bazhin 3, Bykov 2, Aitkali 0, Kuanov 0.

Quarters: 22-21; 45-40; 71-60; 93-75.

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Andray Blatche erases all Guiao doubts with a game for the ages
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WITH the Philippines backed against the wall, Yeng Guiao swallowed his pride and recalled Andray Blatche for a pair of make-or-break Fiba World Cup qualifiers.

Blatche made sure he didn't regret the decision.

The naturalized Filipino had a game for the ages on Sunday, finishing with 41 points, 14 rebounds, four steals, and two blocks in a 93-75 win over Kazakhstan that enabled the country to punch a ticket to the 2019 Fiba World Cup in China.

“We didn’t have Andray Blatche in Manila. I think that’s one big factor,” national coach Yeng Guiao said when asked about the difference between Sunday’s match and the November home game which the Philippines lost to Kazakhstan.

Guiao left Blatche out of that November lineup for two reasons. One, he wanted to see if an all-Filipino crew could get the job done. Two, the veteran coach didn't like that the former NBA player showed up for Gilas games in the past not fully fit.

But all those doubts were washed away right in the first quarter of the game at Astana, when Blatche hit three three-pointers and scored 17 points to set the tone for the visiting side.

“He just took over the game and that’s what he did for us,” Guiao marvelled. “If it weren’t for Andray, (we) would have been behind by 15 points and it could have been very hard for us to come back."


Blatche, 32, didn't hide his disappointment over the Guiao snub back in November, saying he felt 'lost and confused.' But the naturalized player did everything to repay the coach's faith.

He also said all the right things after the win.

“It was a very emotional game for us. We knew what’s at stake for us. It’s either we win or go home. I feel like we competed from the jump till the end," said Blatche, who saw action for Gilas under Chot Reyes in the 2014 World Cup in Spain.

"We had some minor speed bumps in the game. Fouling, and being too emotional. But we stood to it,” he added.

Explaining his decision to take back Blatche after the former New Jersey Nets forward's suspension for the Gilas brawl against Australia had lapsed, Guiao said he needed that 'dominant post presence' to attack the enemies' defense.

He was right.

Against Qatar on Thursday, Blatche attracted enough attention to free up Marcio Lassiter, Paul Lee and the other Gilas shooters in a 84-46 blowout.

In the away game against Kazakhstan, Blatche set the tone then allowed Jayson Castro, June Mar Fajardo, and the rest of his teammates to finish the job.

“Andray carried us on his shoulders in the first half. He was on fire. I was kinda worried that the guys were going to over-rely on him. But in the second half, the rest of the guys stepped up,” Guiao said.

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Fajardo hailed as a 'game-changer' after filling in for foul-plagued Blatche
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ANDRAY Blatche paid tribute to June Mar Fajardo for stepping up when the naturalized player got into foul trouble in a win over Kazakhstan that enabled the Philippines to clinch a spot in the 2019 Fiba Basketball World Cup.

After playing for only three minutes in their previous game against Qatar because of the flur, Fajardo delivered nine points and seven rebounds in just 12 minutes in Gilas’ 93-75 win over Kazakhstan in Astana.

“I got into foul trouble and I tip my hat to June Mar. He came in and he was really the game-changer for us and took over the game for us,” said Blatche.

National coach Yeng Guiao agreed.

“It was important that we were able to survive the foul troubles we were in. As (Blatche) mentioned, another big man June Mar Fajardo just took over when he (Blatche) was on the bench. That’s a key situation for us,” said Guiao.

Fajardo, a five-time PBA MVP, was not the only local to step up. Jayson Castro hit key three-pointers when Team Pilipinas pulled away in the second half while Japeth Aguilar helped Fajardo hold the fort in Blatche's absence.

“Jayson made key three-point shots that put some distance on the Kazakh team. We are just happy it’s over. And we are glad we are making it to the World Cup,” said Guiao.

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Fajardo hailed as a 'game-changer' after filling in for foul-plagued Blatche
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ANDRAY Blatche paid tribute to June Mar Fajardo for stepping up when the naturalized player got into foul trouble in a win over Kazakhstan that enabled the Philippines to clinch a spot in the 2019 Fiba Basketball World Cup.

After playing for only three minutes in their previous game against Qatar because of the flur, Fajardo delivered nine points and seven rebounds in just 12 minutes in Gilas’ 93-75 win over Kazakhstan in Astana.

“I got into foul trouble and I tip my hat to June Mar. He came in and he was really the game-changer for us and took over the game for us,” said Blatche.

National coach Yeng Guiao agreed.

“It was important that we were able to survive the foul troubles we were in. As (Blatche) mentioned, another big man June Mar Fajardo just took over when he (Blatche) was on the bench. That’s a key situation for us,” said Guiao.

Fajardo, a five-time PBA MVP, was not the only local to step up. Jayson Castro hit key three-pointers when Team Pilipinas pulled away in the second half while Japeth Aguilar helped Fajardo hold the fort in Blatche's absence.

“Jayson made key three-point shots that put some distance on the Kazakh team. We are just happy it’s over. And we are glad we are making it to the World Cup,” said Guiao.


At last June Mar showed why he's PBA's five time MVP & exacted revenge on his bashers.
He displayed dominance & power inside the paint by humbling Kazakhstan's bigwigs.
Surely, June Mar will prove more in the succeeding games of the FIBA's next window.
Go, June Mar go! Go, Gilas Philippines go! :D :D


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manalo lang kahit isang laro tong galis sa world cup

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Congratulations! Now, they have to secure Clarkson's eligibility... AFAIK, he only needs an official Philippine residence...

Having Clarkson is crucial if they want to have a W in the eliminations...

Hopefully one of the teams in their group is USA... :D

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