Here is the live stream of the 2019 FIBA World Cup draw which will soon takes place in China.
Though our national squad is already preparing as early as last month after they qualified for the FIBA World Cup the tournament’s picture still blur.
Well, that will be finally clarified after the draw and the coaching staff will be able to draw its blueprint that can deliver more success.
Gilas Pilipinas aim in the upcoming tournament is to win at least two matches and that might be enough for them to move to the second round.
In 2015, the national team only managed to win against the Senegal squad behind the crucial three free-throws of Paul Lee.
A total of 32 teams coming across the globe will compete for this year’s FIBA World Cup.
There’ll be eight POTS and each of the brackets consists of four teams.