Unstoppable NCAA powerhouse San Beda Red Lions smites UAAP De La Salle University Green Archers, 73-66, in the 2014 PCCL Finals in Ynares Sports Arena Pasig. PCCL MVP Ola Adeogun turned-in monster numbers with 19 points, 3 rebounds and 1 assist. San Beda forward Art Dela Cruz contributed 15 markers and 13 boards. Jeron Teng paced the former PCCL champ La Salle with 25 goals.
Gilas Pilipinas ended-up 7th place by gobbling-up huge Mongolia, 84-68, in Incheon South Korea Asian Games 2014. Unstoppable veteran Ranidel “RDO” Ocampo lifted the Philippine Basketball team with 25 monster points and 5 boards. Three Gilas Pilipinas standouts dropped 11 points courtesy of Junmar “The Kraken” Fajardo, Gabe “Mr. President” Norwood and LA “El Tinyente” Tenorio. Fajardo also collared 12 big caroms.
Hungry for a win, ravenous China mangles drained Gilas Pilipinas 78-71, in the medal-less classification round of Incheon South Korea Asian Games 2014. Marcus “Big Daddy” Douthit dropped 24 points with 6 rebounds for the Philippine Basketball team. Ranidel “RDO” De Ocampo contributed 14 markers for the battered and bruised but fighting Gilas Pilipinas.
Gilas Pilipinas is eliminated from the Asiad despite trouncing jerk Kazakhstan, 67-65, in Incheon South Korea Asian Games 2014. Mindless public clamor for Marcus “Big Daddy” Douthit to play major role for Philippine Basketball team backfired as the Filipinos looked tentative playing the dribble drive with the naturalized center. Douthit finished with big 18 points and 14 boards but fumbled and missed several shots in the final minutes. Jimmy “Mighty Mouse” Alapag made 2 of 4 treys and contributed 11 points for Gilas Pilipinas.
Nemesis South Korea pierces the heart anew of Gilas Pilipinas, with a heartbreaking 97-95 victory in Incheon South Korea Asian Games 2014. National Legend Jimmy “Mighty Mouse” Alapag dominated with 5 huge three point shots and 25 points but fell short of giving the needed win for the Philippine Basketball team. LA “El Tinyente” Tenorio tallied with 20 markers for the RP Five. Both Pinoy heroes failed to salvage the game with Alapag missing his last 2 treys due to exhaustion and Tenorio missing one crucial charity shot and giving-up a bad foul in the dying minutes.