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January 07, 2022

 



THE Team Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) is taking a wait-and-see approach as another surge of Covid-19 contaminations undermines the facilitating of the February window of the 2023 Fiba World Glass Asian qualifiers.

Ryan Gregorio, a uncommon partner to the SBP president Al Panlilio, told Spin.ph that the SBP is closely observing the circumstance after Metro Manila and neighboring territories were once once more set beneath Alarm Level 3 until Jan. 15.

We are still observing the circumstance. We are following to the government's direction. Ideally the COVID-19 circumstance will stabilize as before long as conceivable," he said in a brief content message.



Big Game to host games

After recreations within the November window were cancelled, Gilas Pilipinas is set for a active to begin with circular of the qualifiers that will see all four Bunch A groups play four diversions in five days in a bubble set-up at the Keen Araneta Coliseum.

To begin with up will be Unused Zealand against India and the primary Philippines-Korea clash on Feb. 24. That will be followe by recreations setting Unused Zealand against Korea and the Philippines taking on India on Feb. 25. The Angeles College Establishment Exercise center in Clark served as the have of the 2021 Fiba Asia Glass qualifiers back in June 2021 and was assumed to have the primary circular of the World Container qualifiers in November some time recently the diversions were moved to the Enormous Arch.

Like in Clark, the Enormous Arch recreations will be conducted beneath a bubble set-up, as will the Bunch B recreations which Okinawa will be hosting. Games planned in that bubble incorporate Australia against Chinese Taipei on Feb. 25; Chinese Taipei versus Japan on Feb. 26; Japan assembly Australia on Feb. 27; and Chinese Taipei clashing against Australia once again on Feb. 28.Group C, made up of Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Indonesia, and Group D, consisting of Iran, Kazakhstan, Syria, and Bahrain, will stick to the home-and-away format in the same February window.

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