CEBU City — Philippine 3×3 patron Ronald Mascariñas of Chooks-to-Go spearheaded the donation of PhP 1.4 million to the Sisters of Mary School Girlstown — where his brand’s 3×3 ambitions all started — on Thursday.
CEBU City — The Queen City of the South will finally get to experience one of the biggest international basketball events with the prestigious FIBA 3×3 World Tour Cebu Masters 2022 set to happen from October 1-2 at the SM Seaside here.
CEBU City — When the FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2022 Cebu Masters tips off at SM Seaside City here, not only will 14 world-class 3×3 teams showcase their wares; the rivalry between basketball-crazy Philippines and Mongolia will likewise continue.
Japanese FIBA 3×3 World Tour teams Utsonomiya Brex and the Saitama Alphas will be in action in the FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2022 Cebu Masters as they try to further strengthen the country’s status as a rising Asian 3×3 power.
The upcoming UAAP Season 85 basketball tournaments will have an added innovation as they will feature the coaches’ challenge system.
Newest Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3×3 member Vince Tolentino will have a baptism of fire when an all-Filipino Cebu Chooks side tests its mettle at the 2022 FIBA 3×3 Penang Challenger in Malaysia this weekend.
Pitted against a team slowly becoming its regional rival in the youth level, the Gilas Pilipinas U18 women’s national team leaned on the exploits of Sumayah Sugapong to seal a hard-earned win.
One of the noteworthy sidelights when Gilas Pilipinas conquered Saudi Arabia on Monday in the fourth window of the 2023 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers was how generations of Ateneo Blue Eagles stars were able to share the hardcourt together for the national team.
The only reason why Chinese-Japanese college student Hiroyuki Yamasaki travelled to Manila, Philippines earlier this August was to attend a month-long summer English review classes in preparation for his TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), a standardized exam that tests how ready non-native speakers are usually before enrolling at an English-speaking university or later on for international employment.
With Gilas Pilipinas fielding one of its better lineups throughout the 2023 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers, mainstay Dwight Ramos thinks the current roster needs just a bit more fortifying to be battle-ready for the prestigious international competition next year.