The Gilas teams blow hot and cold; PBA results


HERE’S Thursday’s top sports news.

June 30 sports news

Gilas loses 46 points against New Zealand

Gilas Pilipinas was faced with reality in a 106-60 loss to New Zealand in the 2022 Fiba World Cup Asian Qualifiers in Auckland.

With Nenad Vucinic in charge, the Filipino dribblers missed the entire game as they came up against a superior foe in the Tall Blacks, who finished their first-round campaign unbeaten in four games.

Carl Tamayo, Rhenz Abando and Francis Lopez were among the bright spots for Gilas, who fell 1-2 but have a chance to recover at home against India on Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena.

June 30 PBA results

Blackwater and NLEX picked up hard-earned victories to maintain their respective streaks.

Baser Amer haunted his former as the Bossing went 90-89 over Meralco for their third straight win and fourth overall in five games to earn a share of second place with Barangay Ginebra.

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The Road Warriors, meanwhile, relied on Calvin Oftana, who buried a three-point shot to force overtime where they outlasted Phoenix, 114-108, to save the game after losing a 19-point lead. .

Gilas Pilipinas Women’s bag bronze

Gilas Pilipinas Women ended their Fiba Asian Under-16 Women’s Championship 2022 Division B on a high after a 90-68 win over Lebanon in Amman.

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