Juan Gomez de Liano and veteran Reed Juntilla took turns in providing the goods as the Zamboanga Valientes had an impressive Day 2 on Saturday to barge into the quarterfinals of the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 men’s tournament in Central Ayutthaya.
Veteran pro Jay Washington turned back the hands of time on Saturday, delivering two pivotal performances to tow Pretty Huge to the quarterfinals of the 3×3 Thai Basketball Super League 2022 men’s tournament in Central Ayutthaya.
Filipino bets Pretty Huge and the Zamboanga Valientes both bounced back from opening-game jitters to split their Day 1 assignments and post 1-1 records in the men’s tournament of the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 on Friday in Central Ayutthaya.
With two WNBL Pilipinas 3×3 titles, the Uratex Dream entered the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 women’s tournament as one of the field’s favorites. But in the final, it was Shooot it Dragons who showed why Thailand is the reigning queens of Southeast Asian 3×3 hoops.
Discovery Perlas cemented their return to competitive women’s basketball by taking 3rd place in the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 women’s tournament on Thursday in Central Ayutthaya.
The Philippine women’s contingent will be assured of a finalist at the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 after the Uratex Dream and Discovery Perlas squads triumphed in their quarterfinal matchups on Thursday in Central Ayutthaya.
Filipina bets Uratex Dream and Discovery Perlas won their opening assignments to kickstart the 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 on a sterling note on Wednesday in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya.
Philippine 3×3 basketball will be well-represented as four teams go for glory in the upcoming 3×3 Basketball Thai Super League 2022 tournament slated to happen from June 1 to 5 in the Ayutthaya District.
As the final buzzer sounded inside the Thanh Tri Gymnasium in Hanoi, Vietnam and Indonesia erupted into celebration at center court to celebrate a historic Southeast Asian (SEA) Games basketball title, Filipino sports fans back home knew something felt wrong.
For the first time since 1989, the Philippine men’s national 5-on-5 basketball team will not take home the gold medal in the Southeast Asian Games.