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2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup Free Live Streaming, Schedule & Results - Gilas Pilipinas vs Puerto Rico
2014 FIBA World Championship will be staged on August 30 - September 14 in several places in Spain. Gilas Pilipinas (Philippines) which is in Group B will face, in order, Croatia, Greece, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Senegal in the Group Phase.
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Brazil's problems in defending the perimeter and stopping Pau Gasol in the paint area proved costly for the South Americans who conceded their first defeat of the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Gasol was simply unstoppable as the host nation stretched their winning streak to three victories, with a comfortable 82-63 victory.
Gilas Pilipinas may have lost its third straight assignment in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, but the national team is continuing to win hearts of everyone who watches the games.
Add ESPN anchor and NBA play-by-play man Mark Jones to the list of people who have become smitten with the Philippines' brand of "puso"-inspired basketball.
Gilas Pilipinas fought gallantly behind the mighty fighting heart of team captain Jimmy Alapag, but couldn't get over the hump down the stretch against a veteran Argentina side ranked third in the world. Gilas Pilipinas lost another heartbreaker in their FIBA World Cup campaign as they were beaten by Argentina, 85-81.
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Gilas Pilipinas trailed Argentina, 38-43, at the end of the first half of a thrilling Fiba World Cup game highlighted by some highlight-reel moments for the Philippines on Monday night.
The hot-starting Filipinos took an early 12-2 lead after back-to-back three-pointers by Jayson Castro then controlled most of the first half against an Argentina team ranked No. 3 in the world just behind Team USA and host Spain.
The mighty fighting heart of team captain Jimmy Alapag carried the Philippines in the fourth quarter, but the team could not quite get over the hump against traditional world power Argentina to drop an 85-81 heartbreaker early Tuesday morning in Seville, Spain.
Gilas Pilipinas dropped its third straight loss in the 2014 FIBA World Cup, with this one perhaps the most painful.