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Monday, December 7, 2015

Philippine National Basketball Team Records in Official Basketball Tournaments

Few years back, I made two entries about the Azkals and the Volcanoes’ win-loss records in official tournaments and this entry is the Philippine National Basketball Team records in official tournaments.

The records are the team's results in official tournaments. It only includes major tournaments and official tournaments such as the FIBA World Championships, the Olympic Games, FIBA Asia Championships, Asian Games, the SEA Games, SEABA and the William Jones Cup. The Far Eastern Games would have been included but I cannot find any game results during that era (only the medal result and nothing else).

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Updated as of  7 December 2015

Philippine National Basketball Team

Official Name: Philippines National Basketball Team
Nicknames: Philippine Islands, Islanders, Team Pilipinas, RP Team, Gilas Pilipinas, and commercialized/commemorative names (commercialized: San Miguel Philippines, Northern Consolidated Cement, Selecta-RP Team, Smart Gilas Pilipinas; commemorative: Philippine Dream Team, Philippine Centennial Team, Sinag Pilipinas)

National Federation:
- Samahang Basketball ng Pilipinas (SBP) [2007-present]
- Pilipinas Basketball (PB) [2005-2007]
- Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) [1936-2005]
- Philippine Amateur Athletics Federation (PAAF) [1913-1936]

Home Stadiums:
- Araneta Coliseum (c. 20,000: Quezon City, Philippines)
- Mall of Asia Arena (c. 16,000-20,000: Pasay City, Philippines)
- Rizal Memorial Coliseum (c. 8,000: Manila, Philippines)

FIBA Affiliation:
1936
FIBA Zone: FIBA Asia (subzone: Southeast Asia Basketball Association)
Current FIBA World Ranking: 28th in FIBA World (3rd in FIBA Asia, 1st in SEABA)
Highest FIBA Ranking: 28th (03 October 2015)
Lowest FIBA Ranking: 65th (pre-2007 FIBA Asia Championship)

Best Finished:
Olympic Games: 5th Place (1936), 7th (1956)
FIBA World Cup (World Championship): Bronze (1954)
FIBA Asia Championship (Asian Basketball Confederation): Gold (1960, 1963, 1967, 1973, 1985), Silver (1965, 1971, 2013, 2015), Bronze (1969)
FIBA Asia Cup (FIBA Asia Boris Stankovic Cup): 4th Place (2010, 2012)
Far Eastern Games: Gold (1913, 1915, 1917, 1919, 1923, 1925, 1927, 1930, 1934), Silver (1921)
Asian Games: Gold (1951, 1954, 1958, 1962), Silver (1990), Bronze (1986, 1998)
R. William Jones Cup: Gold (1981, 1985, 1998, 2012) Silver (2015), Bronze (2005, 2007, 2011)
SEABA Championship: Gold (1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2015), Silver (1996)
SEABA Cup: Gold (2012)
South East Asian Games: Gold (1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2015), Silver (1989)

Other Titles: 1984 ABC Champions Cup, 1985 PBA Reinforced Conference, 2002 Philippines-Chinese Taipei Goodwill Series, 2005 Brunei Cup, 2006 Brunei Cup, 2006 Philippines-Lebanon Goodwill Series, 2007 Manila Four Nations Invitational, 2008 China-ASEAN CBO Basketball Invitational Tournament, 2010 MVP Cup, 2015 MVP Cup 
[italics - against club teams]



International Competitions Hosted:
  • 1913 Far Eastern Games
  • 1919 Far Eastern Games
  • 1925 Far Eastern Games
  • 1934 Far Eastern Games
  • 1954 Asian Games
  • 1960 FIBA Asia Championship
  • 1973 FIBA Asia Championship
  • 1978 FIBA World Championship
  • 1981 Southeast Asian Games
  • 1991 Southeast Asian Games
  • 1998 SEABA Championship
  • 2001 SEABA Championship
  • 2013 FIBA Asia Championship 
  • 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament (Manila Leg)


    Other Events Hosted:
    • 1998 Philippines-China Goodwill Exhibition Game
    • 1999 SEABA Invitational President Joseph Estrada Cup
    • 2002 Chinese Taipei Tour of the Philippines
    • 2002 Philippines-Qatar Basketball Series
    • 2006 Philippines-Lebanon Goodwill Series
    • 2007 Philippines-Kuwait Basketball Series
    • 2007 Manila Four Nations Invitational
    • 2010 Manny V. Pangilinan Cup Invitational
    • 2011 The Ultimate Smart All-Star Weekend
    • 2013 Philippines-Kazakhstan Goodwill Exhibition Game 
    • 2105 Manny V. Pangilinan Cup Invitational


    National Team Coaches:
    • Pedro Villanueva (1930)
    • Alfredo del Rosario (1934)
    • Dionisio Calvo (1936, 1948, 1952)
    • Felicisimo Fajardo (1952–1966)
    • Herminio Silva (1954)
    • Leo Prieto (1956)
    • Tito Eduque (1958, 1973–1974)
    • Baby Dalupan (1959, 1970)
    • Arturo Rius (1960)
    • Enrique Crame (1962)
    • Carlos Loyzaga (1967–1968)
    • Lauro Mumar (1969)
    • Ignacio Ramos (1971–1972)
    • Francisco Calilan (1975)
    • Honesto Mayoralgo (1977)
    • Nicanor Jorge (1978)
    • Freddie Webb (1979)
    • Ron Jacobs [USA] (1980–1986)
    • Pilo Pumaren (1981)
    • Nat Canson (1982)
    • Joe Lipa (1986–1989, 1995)
    • Robert Jaworski (1990)
    • Francis Rodriguez (1991)
    • Rogelio Melencio (1993)
    • Norman Black [USA] (1994, 2006, 2011)
    • Dong Vergeire (1997)
    • Tim Cone [USA] (1998)
    • Francisco Luis Alas (1999)
    • Victor Sanchez (1999)
    • David Zamar (2000-2001)
    • Jong Uichico (2002, 2013)
    • Aric del Rosario (2003)
    • Eric King (2004)
    • Yeng Guiao (2008–2009)
    • Rajko Toroman [Serbia] (2008–2011)
    • Chot Reyes (2005–2008, 2012-2014)
    • Tab Baldwin [USA/NZ] (2015-present)


    Notable Players:

    Sources: Books ("Legends and Heroes", Caidic biography), on-line articles from news outlets (not blogs), as well as newspaper clips posted in several FB pages (e.g. Ricardo Brown's FB page, PBA Retro 80s and 90s) [wikipedia is not an acceptable source]

    • Johnny Abarrientos (MVP: 2000 FIBA Asia Philippines All-Star Extravaganza)
    • William Adornado (Mythical 5: 1973 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Rommel Adducul (FIBA Asia All-Star: 1997–2000, and 1997 and 1999 FIBA Asia Sportsmanship Award, MVP: 1997 FIBA Asia South Korea All-Star Extravaganza)
    • Carlos Badion (MVP, Mythical Five: 1960 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Narciso Bernado (Mythical 5: 1967 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Ricardo Brown (Mythical 5: 1981 William Jones Cup)
    • Allan Caidic (Mythical 5: 1990 Asian Games and 1994 Asian Games)
    • Marcus Douthit (Mythical 5: 2010 William Jones Cup and 2012 William Jones Cup)
    • Robert Jaworski (Mythical 5: 1967 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Avelino Lim (Mythical 5: 1990 Asian Games)
    • Carlos Loyzaga (Mythical 5: 1954 World Basketball Championship and 1960 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Alvin Patrimonio (Mythical 5: 1987 Asian Basketball Confederation)
    • Lewis Alfred Tenorio (MVP, Mythical 5: 2012 William Jones Cup)  
    • Jayson Castro William (Mythical 5: 2013 FIBA Asia Championship, 2015 William Jones Cup and 2015 FIBA Asia Championship)


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