According to spin.ph, Greg Slaughter won’t be seeing action anytime soon while recovering from an ankle injury. Coach Yeng has opted to save the big man for the closed-door game against Qatar on Monday.
The squad will be retaining players from the Asian Games including Paul Lee, Beau Belga, Raymond Almazan, Gabe Norwood, JP Erram, and Tito Asi Taulava. There’s the returning Allein
Being dubbed as the Russell Westbrook of the Philippines can add pressure on any player, but not Scottie Thompson. He lives up to it, takes it as a challenge, and proves he deserves that label. The triple-double machine has exactly
Marcio Lassiter is a deadeye from just about anywhere on the floor. From threes to putbacks, he’s got it all going for him. But the best thing that separates him from the other scorers in the PBA and in Gilas, is his clutch game. It seems like Lassiter is at his best during crunch time, and quite honestly, we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Yes, it’s official! Christian Standhardinger has been picked as our sole naturalized player, and for obvious reasons. He’s the fiercest big man on the roster as shown in his most recent stint with Gilas in the Asian Games. He was a surprise talent coming off the bench, showing how he’s perfect for international competition, going up against and bulldozing the best of them on the biggest stage of international basketball.
Alex Cabagnot is a relentless scorer. If you put his highlight reel beside Stanley Pringle’s, you’d see the obvious similarities between the two. With Cabagnot now part of the 12-man Gilas squad, it seems we have an equivalent for the talent we lost in Pringle.