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HIGHLIGHTS: Philippines vs New Zealand – FIBA Asia Cup 2022

Game results

On Sunday, July 17, New Zealand defeated Gilas Pilipinas 92-75, ruining the team’s chance to go more easily to the FIBA Asia Cup quarterfinals.

With a 1-2 record, the Philippines finished third in Group D and will take on dangerous Japan in the knockout round.

Kiefer Ravena led the Filipinos, who were outrebounded 61-28 by the Tall Blacks, with 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists.

With a 2-1 record and the second seed in Group D, New Zealand will face Syria for a spot in the quarterfinals.

In Group D, Lebanon (3-0) secured the lone automatic spot to the quarterfinals after thrashing India (104-63), which was eliminated with a 0-3 record.

(READ: Gilas Pilipinas will play Japan in a knockout game after losing to New Zealand by 17 points)

(READ: Gilas Pilipinas’ failure to rebound against New Zealand shows that limiting turnovers is insufficient)

Preview

Will Gilas Pilipinas’ third attempt prove to be lucky?

When they square off on Sunday, July 17, the Philippines aims for a historic victory against New Zealand and a chance for a less dangerous opponent in the elimination round of the FIBA Asia Cup.

The Filipinos, who were humiliated twice by the Tall Blacks in the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers this year, are out for retribution as they attempt to finish second in Group D.

With identical 1-1 records, New Zealand and the Philippines are deadlocked. The winner will likely finish second in Group D and advance to the quarterfinals by playing either Kazakhstan or Syria, the third-seeded team in Group C.

The Filipinos, who were humiliated twice by the Tall Blacks in the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers this year, are out for retribution as they attempt to finish second in Group D.

In the absence of an upset by winless India (0-2), Lebanon (2-0) is predicted to finish first in Group D and gain an automatic spot in the quarterfinals.

The Philippines has momentum after defeating India by 42 points, but New Zealand lost to Lebanon shockingly by 14 points.

“We are aware of New Zealand’s strength as a team. The fight in these guys, however, is something we just cannot take away, according to Chot Reyes, head coach of Gilas Pilipinas.

“We are deeply fighting for them in our hearts.”


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