RP Basketball...The Road Back To World Championship 2010

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Post by rony_puno on Mon Mar 23, 2009 11:38 pm

Just like any other Filipino out there, i'm hoping that our basketball program is geared towards
success in the international arena. Hopefully, politics will be set aside for our success. This team
formed by Yeng Guiao should have by now some tune-up games to gauge its chemistry and weakness.

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Post by jeter08 on Wed May 20, 2009 10:58 am

team pilipinas need real competition to test the true character of the team

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Post by rodman on Thu Jun 04, 2009 11:41 pm

tatlo lang kalaban nyo sa SEABA dinayo nyo pa

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Post by thonetteski on Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:54 pm

Loss to Jordan oust RP 5 in FIBA-Asia tourney
08/14/2009 | 07:26 PM


Rasheim Wright came through with 21 points and big man Ayman Idais had 20 as Jordan pushed Powerade-Team Pilipinas out of the running in the 25th FIBA-Asia menís basketball championship with an 81-70 win Friday at the Tianjin gym in Tianjin, China.
We said right from the start that the Jordan game would be tough for us. What we tried to do was to keep the game as close as possible and give us a chance to win the game.
Ė Yeng Guiao, RP Team coach

The Nationals gave the Jordanians a big scare after taking a 24-22 lead in the second period, and rallying back from a big 15-point third quarter deficit to close within 68-63 with 6:07 left in the knockout quarterfinal game.

But the Jordanians, honed by years of playing together as one, weathered the best the Nationals could offer and finished off their opponents behind a 9-2 run for a 77-65 lead.

The win sent Jordan to its first ever semifinals stint in the FIBA-Asia tournament against defending champion Iran, a 75-65 winner over Qatar in the other quarterfinal match, while ending the RP teamís hope of advancing deeper into the tournament and a shot at one of the coveted three berths up for grabs in the 2010 World Basketball Championship.

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