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    LIVESTREAM: Philippines vs New Zealand FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers 2022

    MANILA, Philippines – Gilas Pilipinas looks to sweep the February 2022 window of the 2023 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers with a massive test against New Zealand at the Araneta Coliseum on Sunday, February 27.

    Philippines vs New Zealand FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers 2022

    With two wins by forfeiture against South Korea and a dominant win against India on Friday, the Nationals are facing real test vs the Kiwis in their 7 p.m. match.

    UPDATE: Gilas Pilipinas suffers loss at the hands of New Zealand, 88-63.

    New Zealand, ranked no. 27 in the world, is coming off a 55-point win from India on Thursday.

    New Zealand brought in a team full of established players, among them Tom Vodanovich, Rob Loe, and Dion Prewster.

    PBA stars Roger Pogoy and Robert Bolick and Japan B. League mainstays Dwight Ramos and Thirdy Ravena put in double-digit output to lead the Nationals past the Indians.

    Also included in their first assignment were Troy Rosario, Poy Erram, Kelly Williams, Kib Montalbo, Juan Gomez De Liano, William Navarro, Ange Kouame and Tzaddy Rangel.

    Gab Banal, Jaydee Tungcab and Lebron Lopez are the three other Gilas players.

    Ito ang 12 players ng Gilas Pilipinas 🇵🇭 na sasabak sa laban vs. Tall Blacks 🇳🇿 sa #FIBAWC Asian Qualifiers! Panoorin ang tapatang Philippines-New Zealand, 7:00 p.m. LIVE sa TV5! #WinForAll

    Posted by One Sports on Saturday, February 26, 2022

    In the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup and the 2019 World Cup, New Zealand performed better than Gilas Pilipinas. They finished fourth behind Australia, Iran and South Korea in the Asia Cup, where the Nationals placed seventh. The Kiwis were in 19th place in the World Cup while the Philippines ended up last in the pool of 32 teams.

    How to watch Philippines vs India FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers?

    As COVID-19 restrictions was eased a bit, fans can now watch the games live at the Big Dome. Only the tickets for lower box at P530 and upper box at P215 have been released for sale to allow a limited capacity following the protocols of Quezon City government.

    Viewers may also resort to watching on their TV screen via TV5, One Sports or One Sports+.

    You may also witness the game through livestream on your mobile device via Cignal Play app and Smart GigaPlay app.

    NOTE: SMART Sports confirmed that clash will be available for free streaming. Check out full details here: https://smart.com.ph/Pages/gigaplay.

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    Posted by SMART Sports on Wednesday, February 23, 2022

    NOTE: For viewers outside the Philippines, you may watch the match between India and Gilas Pilipinas here.


    Here's the remaining schedule of 2023 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers:

    Feb. 27, Sunday
    7:00 p.m. - New Zealand vs Philippines

    Feb. 28, Monday
    3:00 p.m. - India vs New Zealand

    Together with Japan, the Philippines is already qualified for the World Cup as co-host of the Final Phase in 2023.

    — The Summit Express

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