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Heading, Brickman, Tiongson to face off six times in T1

The 2021-22 T1 League season will open its inaugural season on Saturday, November 27 with one game.

Jason Brickman and Kaohsiung will take on TaiwanBeer HeroBears on the road in the opener at 5:30PM.

On December 11, Jordan Heading and Taichung will begin their campaign against Taiwan Beer on the road. Meanwhile, Caelan Tiongson and Taoyuan face the same team the next day to start their journey.

A total of 30 games will be played by the six teams in the league. And this means that the three Filipino-Americans will face each other six times in the tournament that will run until May 1.

Brickman and the Aquas will take on Heading and the Suns on December 19 (5:30PM), December 26 (5:30PM), January 28 (7:00PM), February 12 (3:00PM), February 28 (3:00PM), and March 13 (3:00PM).

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Heading and Tiongson will see each other on January 9 (5:30PM), January 16 (5:30PM), February 6 (5:30PM), February 27 (3:00PM), March 27 (5:30PM), and April 3 (5:30 PM).

Finally, Brickman and Tiongson will square off like their days in the ASEAN Basketball League on January 15 (5:30PM), February 5 (5:30PM), February 13 (3:00PM), February 20 (5:30PM), March 19 (5:30PM), and April 17 (3:00PM).

Kaohsiung will end their season on April 23 against the Tainan GhostHawks while Tauyuan ends its elimination round campaign on April 24 against New Taipei CTBC DEA.

Taichung will close out the season against New Taipei on May 1.

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Photo from FIBA Asia Cup

T1 will not take a FIBA break, making Heading unavailable for Gilas duties if his deal with the Suns pushes through.

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