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MANILA, Philippines - TV5 airs the comprehensive and live telecast of the Asian Games 2014, an international sporting event hosted by Incheon, South Korea which has kicked off on Friday, September 19 and will run until October 4, 2014. Free livestream video feed of the 17th edition of Asian Games is now available online.

17th Asian Games Incheon 2014 Official Logo


TV5 has started telecast of Incheon 2014 with the Opening Ceremony at the Incheon Asiad Main Stadium held on Friday at 7:00p.m.

The Philippines men's national basketball team Gilas Pilipinas, after the excellent performance at the recently concluded FIBA World Cup is scheduled to compete in the Asian Games starting Tuesday, September 23 on the preliminary round of the basketball tournament.

All the basketball games will be held at the Samsan World Gymnasium and Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium starting September 20 to October 3, 2014.

Here's the livestream feed of 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014 courtesy of News5 Everywhere (TV5):


Note: The video above is not copyrighted and can be shared on different social media platforms.

Here's the complete schedule of Gilas Pilipinas and Asian Games converted to Philippine Time:

Opening Ceremonies – Friday, September 19, 7pm

Asian Games Qualifying Round

Saturday, September 20
Group A – Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – Mongolia vs Hong Kong
3:15pm – Kuwait vs Maldives

Group B – Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Saudi Arabia vs Kazakhstan
3:15pm – Palestine vs India

Sunday, September 21
Group B – Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – Kazakhstan vs Palestine
3:15pm – India vs Saudi Arabia

Group A – Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Hong Kong vs Kuwait
3:15pm – Maldives vs Mongolia

Monday, September 22
Group A – Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – Kuwait vs Mongolia
3:15pm – Hong Kong vs Maldives

Group B – Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Palestine vs Saudi Arabia
3:15pm – Kazakhstan vs India


Asian Games Preliminary Round

Tuesday, September 23
Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – Chinese-Taipei vs Group B 2nd Place
5:30pm – Jordan vs Group A 2nd Place

Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Philippines vs India
5:30pm – Qatar vs Group A 1st Place

Wednesday, September 24
Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – Group B 1st Place vs Iran
5:30pm – Group A 1st Place vs Japan

Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Group B 2nd Place vs China
5:30pm – Group A 2nd Place vs South Korea

Thursday, September 25
Samsan World Gymnasium
1pm – China vs Chinese-Taipei
5:30pm – South Korea vs Jordan

Hwaseong Sports Complex Gymnasium
1pm – Iran vs Philippines
5:30pm – Japan vs Qatar

Note: The Top 2 teams from Group C, D, E, F will enter Quarterfinals

Asian Games Quarterfinals

Friday, September 26
5:30pm – Philippines vs Qatar

Saturday, September 27
1:00pm - Philippines vs South Korea

Sunday, September 28
2:15pm - Philippines vs Kazakhstan

Semifinals – October 1

Finals – October 3

Closing Ceremony – October 4

Latest updates, ranking and medal tally of Incheon 2014 can be found on the official website.

Smart Gilas Pilipinas roster to the Asian Games includes Marcus Douthit, Jimmy Alapag, Paul Lee, LA Tenorio, Gary David, Jeff Chan, Gabe Norwood, Jared Dillinger, Japeth Aguilar, Ranidel de Ocampo, Marc Pingris and Junmar Fajardo.

The Philippines goal now is to make it all the way to the top in the Incheon meet. The Philippines has never won an Asiad gold medal since the last of its four Asiad title runs in 1962.

“The goal is to win the gold. That’s our marching order from Mr. MVP (Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manny V. Pangilinan),” Gilas coach Chot Reyes said.

Sports5 will be giving updates from Incheon, keeping Filipinos posted on the various sports, daily medal tally and special features of the prestigious sports event. Comprehensive coverage of the Asian Games is also delivered via AksyonTV; Hyper, the 24/7 sports channel; SMART via Viewstream and CIGNAL Pay-Per-View channels.

The 17th Asian Games will have 36 sports, 437 events and more than 14,500 participating athletes and officials. This is the third time that Korea will be hosting the quadrennial meet after Seoul in 1986 and Busan in 2002.

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