Gilas Pilipinas - Men
SBP President Al Panlilio’s statement on the Philippines’ performance in the 32nd SEA Games
May 16, 2023
Back on top: Gilas Men reclaim SEA Games gold
May 16, 2023
Gilas Pilipinas Men are again the best basketball team in the region after ruling the 32nd Southeast Asian Games, capturing the gold medal by defeating host country Cambodia, 80-69.
Gilas Men dethrone Indonesia to advance to gold medal match
May 15, 2023
Justin Brownlee steered Gilas Pilipinas Men to the finals of the 32nd Southeast Asian Games basketball tournament as the Philippines defeated Indonesia.
Gilas Men reach semifinals after commanding win over Singapore
May 13, 2023
Gilas Pilipinas Men earned a ticket to the semifinals of the 32nd Southeast Asian Games 5-on-5 basketball tournament with a dominant 105-45 win over Singapore.
Cambodia wins over Gilas Men
May 11, 2023
Gilas Pilipinas Men sustained a 79-68 defeat at the hands of hosts Cambodia.
Gilas Men cruise past Malaysia to open campaign on a strong note
May 9, 2023
Gilas Pilipinas Men dominated and took a 94-49 win over Malaysia to kick off their campaign in the 32nd Southeast Asian Games 5-on-5 event.
Gilas Men claim silver in SEA Games 3×3
May 7, 2023
Gilas Pilipinas Men notched the silver medal in the 3×3 competition of the 32nd Southeast Asian Games
Gilas Men sweep preliminary round to gain 3×3 semis berth
May 6, 2023
It was a dominant showing for Gilas Pilipinas Men as they booked a semifinals seat in the 3×3 competition of the 32nd Southeast Asian Games, sweeping the group stage on Saturday in Cambodia.  The national team composed of Almond Vosotros, Joseph Eriobu, Lervin Flores, and Joseph Sedurifa trampled Laos, 21-5, in their first match then […]
32nd SEA Games: Gilas Men official lineup for 5-on-5 basketball event
May 6, 2023
Here is the official 12-man lineup that Gilas Pilipinas Men will use in the 32nd Southeast Asian Games 5-on-5 basketball event.
Gilas Pilipinas 5×5, 3×3 pools submitted to POC
March 25, 2023
The SBP has submitted a 28-man national pool for its Entry By Name list to the Philippine Olympic Committee led by six-time PBA Most Valuable Player June Mar Fajardo and naturalized Filipino Justin Brownlee.
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