FIBA global partner Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) continues to bring world-class basketball action at the fingertips of Filipino fans as it streams the upcoming FIBA Asia Cup 2025 Qualifiers campaign of Gilas Pilipinas via the Smart LiveStream App.
The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas announces that Justin Brownlee will be available to play for Gilas Pilipinas Men in the first window of the FIBA Asia Cup 2025 Qualifiers.
Justin Brownlee failing a doping test in Hangzhou won’t have any effect on the country’s victory in the men’s 5×5 basketball competition at the Hangzhou 2023 Asian Games according to Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president Rep. Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino on Friday, October 13.
Gilas Pilipinas bagged the gold medal in the 2023 Asian Games men’s 5×5 basketball finals after bringing down the Rondae Hollis-Jefferson-led Jordan team, 70-60, at the at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center on Friday night, October 6, in Hangzhou, China.
Gilas Pilipinas fought back from a huge deficit to pull the rug from under host China, 77-76, in the men’s 5×5 basketball competitions at the 2023 Asian Games at the Zhejiang University Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China.
Gilas Pilipinas kept its medal hopes alive after staving off Iran, 84-83, in their quarterfinal showdown at the Zhejiang University Gymnasium of the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China on Tuesday, October 3.
A gauntlet has been laid down for Gilas Pilipinas to run through, with its fate in the 19th Asian Games hinged on one crucial qualification game — against Qatar on Monday, October 2.
Jordan and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson ended Gilas Pilipinas’ winning run in the 2023 Asian Games on Saturday, September 30, sweeping Group C of the preliminaries, 87-62, and securing an outright berth to the quarterfinals at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center.
Call it the lull before the storm, Jordan’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson hugging Gilas Pilipinas head coach Tim Cone, Justin Brownlee and TNT Tropang Giga teammate Calvin Oftana when they ran across each other at a training facility in the 19th Asian Games last Wednesday.
Gilas Pilipinas needed more than three full quarters to solve the riddle of Thailand and Tyler Lamb on Thursday, September 28, going without a clue before finding the answer in the last six minutes to win, 87-72, in the 19th Asian Games at the Zhejiang University Zijingang Gymnasium.