The Philippines will host the FIBA World Cup for the second time in its history when the country, along with Japan and Indonesia, co-host the 19th edition from August 25-September 10.
As the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 sweeps the Philippines in the next few weeks, FIBA global partner and mobile services provider Smart Communications, Inc. is giving Filipino basketball fans the chance to witness and experience this historic sports event, live and exclusive.
The Philippines, Senegal and Iran will test their mettle against each other in a series of games at the 2023 Heyuan WUS International Basketball Tournament in China.
Filipino fans will be in for a treat when the Philippine national team, Gilas Pilipinas, sees action against the the best of the best cagers in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023.
As the anticipation for the FIBA World Cup 2023 reaches its peak, global partner Smart Communications, Inc. is set to further elevate the excitement by giving away premium game tickets to subscribers via the limited-edition FIBA Basketball World Cup Load Cards.
FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 global partner, Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), will make it easier for Filipino basketball fans to stream and catch up on all the FIBA action, unveiling Gilas Power 399
A year after the Philippines conceded the gold medal in men’s basketball to Indonesia during the rescheduled 31st Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, ending a 52-game winning streak dating back to 1997, the country’s own version of the Redeem Team flies to Phnom Penh this May for the 32nd edition of the SEA Games with a mission so vital it couldn’t be overstated enough.
As Team USA plays its games in the Philippines for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, official FIBA global partner Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) will make sure subscribers have a full homecourt viewing advantage as they will get the chance to watch some of the best NBA superstars in action live or via the Smart LiveStream App.
Gilas Pilipinas is suddenly on a roll. After stunning Jordan a couple of days back, the Philippines fended off a more competitive Saudi Arabian side on Sunday (Monday in Manila), 76-63 to sweep the fifth window of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Asian Qualifiers.
Gilas Pilipinas used a stellar second half turnaround and drew big games from key stars to repulse Jordan in a monumental 74-66 win on Thursday (Friday Manila time) in its first game of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Asian Qualifiers fifth window at the Prince Hamza Sporting Hall in Amman, Jordan.