Jayson Castro William who is also dubbed as the Best Point Guard in Asia has carried once again the Gilas Pilipinas offense against Chinese Taipei.
Just like how he performed against Japan’s Akatsuki Five, the Talk ‘N Text KaTropa Texters main man delivered another 20 points performance.
Four points of those 20 markers came from a three-pointer that got whistled after a Taiwanese defender attempted to block Castro’s shot.
During the first quarter, the visiting team had a scoring rampage behind the hot scoring of their naturalized player Quincy Davis III.
Gilas Pilipinas was looking to a 14-point deficit then after Coach Chot Reyes’ timeout Castro and the new player combination slowly climbed back and took over the momentum.
In the second quarter at the 4:41 mark, the 2008 third overall pick buried a three-pointer as Kai-Yan Lee got whistled with a foul.
Gilas Pilipinas won the game and logged its second straight win in the ongoing 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.