It was a convincing and well-deserved win by Gilas Pilipinas over powerhouse Iran. Pinag-isipan. Pinagplanuhan. Walang chamba.
This is not the highlight of the tournament.” “We still have to beat India.” “It’s a long way to go.” “We’re only in the second round.” “Wag maging complacent.” Whatever. Let’s celebrate!
As expected, Gilas Pilipinas advances to the second round where they will face Japan, India and Iran. Buti wala nang Kuwait.
Day 2 of the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship saw RDO throwing it down over HKG, Japan killing Malaysia by 71, and home team China coming back from a 20-point deficit to win over Korea. Boring stuff. Good thing we picked up on these golden catchphrases from the FIBA broadcast team, which may or may not have been lifted from a Drake song.
After a heartbreaking loss to Palestine, Gilas Pilipinas bounced back with a 101-50 blowout win against hapless Hong Kong. The 51-point piecing is the largest margin of victory so far at the 2015 FIBA Asia tournament. Tiwala lang kasi, babawi din.
Gilas Pilipinas suffered a heartbreaking loss against unranked and inexperienced Palestine in their first game at the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship. Only four players scored for the Palestinian team, which showed Team Philippines a taste of their own #puso medicine.
It started out great and predictable, then it got ugly, then it ended with a sick twist straight out of a David Fincher film. We have no words to describe what happened in Gilas Pilipinas’ first game of the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship, so we’ll let these tweets speak for us.