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FIBA 3×3: Gilas Men rise to solo third in NL-Asia 2 after Remogat stunner vs China


Gilas Pilipinas Men rose to solo third place in the 2024 FIBA 3×3 Under-23 Nations League-Asia 2 after completing a stunning victory over China on Tuesday in Handan Shi, China.

Behind Noy Remogat’s heroics, the Philippines secured a 21-19 upset over China to start the day.

Remogat, a transfer to the University of the Philippines, knocked down the game-winning deuce over the outstretched arms of Yao Liang with 16.5 seconds left, defeating the Stop 1 finalists.

However, the Filipinos fell to Japan, 17-21, and remained in third place in the conference.

Jun Roque continued to impress for Gilas, totaling 12 points to increase his total to 26 points.

Remogat, meanwhile, was limited to just four points in the game against Japan after scoring six against China.

Patrick Sleat also had a breakout performance against Japan, leading the team with seven points.

San Beda’s Zedjay Etulle replaced JM Tulabut for the stop.

The Philippines sit in solo third place with 130 points.

Mongolia leads the pack with 200 points, while Japan is in second place with 150 points.

Meanwhile, Gilas Women went 0-2 in the stop, dropping to fifth place with 120 points.

The Philippines lost to China, 19-16, and Japan, 20-14.

Tin Cayabyab replaced Elaine Etang in the lineup, finishing the day with eight points, including seven against China.

Camille Clarin continued to lead the way for the Philippines with 26 points in the two stops.

China leads the pack with 200 points, while Japan is in second place with 140 points.

Both Kazakhstan and Mongolia are tied for third place with 130 points.

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On Wednesday, the Philippines will be matched against Mongolia and Turkmenistan.

The Scores:

Men’s 1
Philippines 21 Roque 9, Remogat 6, Sleat 5, Etulle 1.
China 19 – Zhang 10, Yao 4, Huang 3, Lu 2.

Men’s 2
Japan 21 Tanaka 8, Shimokawa 6, Asano 4, Iwaya 3.
Philippines 17 – Sleat 7, Remogat 4, Roque 3, Etulle 3.

Women’s 1
China 19 – Wang XYu 10, Wang XYa 5, Hu 2, Sun 2.
Philippines 16 – Cayabyab 7, Clarin 4, Surada 4, Pingol 1.

Women’s 2
Japan 20 – Ufuoma 9, Santa 5, Takahashi 4, Yamaguchi 2.
Philippines 14 – Clarin 9, Surada 2, Pingol 2, Cayabyab 1.

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