The Gilas Pilipinas men’s national team 19-man pool for the upcoming 2019 FIBA World Cup in China has been unveiled, and bannering the selection are
“We are more than happy to accommodate Remy and make him part of our Gilas Pilipinas program. However, we are constrained by the FIBA ruling that says a player hoping to play as a local must have a local passport before the age of 16,” – SBP president Al Panlilio #GilasPilipinas
Filipino-American Jordan Clarkson looks doubtful to be part of the squad for the World Cup, according to PhilStar’s Joaquin Henson. #FIBA #GilasPilipinas
“Next season, we are looking at making it to the playoffs. That’s the goal,” said Sexton during a media availability session in the Philippines for the jr. NBA/jr. WNBA 2019 event. #NBA
“I don’t know yet. Stay tuned, I hope to, and I hope it happens,” – Jordan Clarkson #GilasPilipinas #WorldCup
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson fell just short of leading the Philippines to victory over China’s own NBA stars on his international debut, in a thrilling Asian Games basketball encounter Tuesday.
2018 Asian Games Basketball M Prelims between Team Pilipinas (Philippines) and China at the Gelora Bung Karno Basketball Hall.
After days of anxious waiting, the National Basketball Association has finally spoken out on whether Jordan Clarkson can suit up for the Philippine National Team to the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia. And unfortunately, the verdict is that he the Fil-American star cannot.
The deal reportedly involves Jordan Clarkson, Kyle Korver and Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Hassan Whiteside of the Miami
The SBP were unable to beat the deadline to secure the necessary papers for Jordan Clarkson, meaning that the Gilas Pilipinas quintet will have to go through the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship with practically the same team they had in the 37th William Jones Cup.