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    There are 2 ways Philippines can qualify for the 3x3 tournament, with their relaxed eligibility rules and our players capable in 3x3 setting. This might be our best shot at olympics..


    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bask..._qualification

    you can qualify via being top 3 in the world.. then winning one of three olympic qualifying tournaments


    and another qualifying tournament wherethe teams can participate are teams who didnt qualify in the last two olympics..
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    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    There are 2 ways Philippines can qualify for the 3x3 tournament, with their relaxed eligibility rules and our players capable in 3x3 setting. This might be our best shot at olympics..
    Kobe and 1gdl.. the other 2 maybe rike and carino or tolentino

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Kobe and 1gdl.. the other 2 maybe rike and carino or tolentino
    How about Edu and Isaac go.. they are best options there..

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    How about Edu and Isaac go.. they are best options there..
    Is edu available during the ncaa season? The reason i put that four is the availability.. Isaac Go on 3x3 setting? Good luck with that.. rather get bigs like rike, carino than a big like Go..

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    but if it happens during the US summer season, aj edu won’t be available due to u19 and seniors team.. better get QMB as the other big and carino or tolentino..

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    Bring back the legendary PH 3x3 team! Thirdy,Arvin,Prince,Kobe

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    There are 2 ways Philippines can qualify for the 3x3 tournament, with their relaxed eligibility rules and our players capable in 3x3 setting. This might be our best shot at olympics..

    Just takehttp://goo.gl/Q2kKrD a look at it again and do further analysis

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bask..._qualification

    you can qualify via being top 3 in the world.. then winning one of three olympic qualifying tournaments


    and another qualifying tournament wherethe teams can participate are teams who didnt qualify in the last two olympics..
    take a closer look at it again and do further analysis on Philippines.

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    Well somehow ctg-sbp got the initial target, to be on the oqt. As the top three 3x3 country in the world by 2020 olympics is far fetched but somehow the goal to be on top 15 where there is a possibility to be included in the oqt where the non olympic basketball countries can. only participate is feasible if we only be able to send our 3x3 teams and win intl tournaments...


    Its quite dissapointing that after numerous top 8 finishes in world tournaments, our womens 3x3 wasnt able to crack the top 20..china and russia were able to make it outright and mongolia was able to bring their womens team in the olympics..sayang at di nakasama si womens 3x3 team..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Its quite dissapointing that after numerous top 8 finishes in world tournaments, our womens 3x3 wasnt able to crack the top 20..china and russia were able to make it outright and mongolia was able to bring their womens team in the olympics..sayang at di nakasama si womens 3x3 team..
    A country outside of the Top 10 can only field one team from either gender whichever is higher.

    Since the Philippines is not in the Top 10, the #20 men got the nod over the #21 women since they were ranked higher.

    That explains why #25 Indonesia and #30 Sri Lanka got in. READ MORE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servinio View Post
    A country outside of the Top 10 can only field one team from either gender whichever is higher.

    Since the Philippines is not in the Top 10, the #20 men got the nod over the #21 women since they were ranked higher.

    That explains why #25 Indonesia and #30 Sri Lanka got in. READ MORE
    But if chooks did have same frequency of tournaments for womens and with how our womens team.performed.. they might crack top 10 and they are the ones who can go to uoqt..

    But nevertheless the target by 2024 is to be come like mongolia..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    But if chooks did have same frequency of tournaments for womens and with how our womens team.performed.. they might crack top 10 and they are the ones who can go to uoqt..

    But nevertheless the target by 2024 is to be come like mongolia..
    It is to be noted that majority if not all of the Philippines' Top 10 women 3X3 players are under the age of 23 led by Jack Danielle Animam of National University. In addition, the Philippines exceeded expectations by placing Eighth in this year's FIBA 3X3 U18 World Cup. By Paris 2024, this batch will be aged 22 to 27 which is a good age for a basketball player.

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    If sbp was able to make amends with smc group, its time for the ginebra tapang ng tatluhan to be fiba accredited level 9 tournament..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ictconsol View Post
    take a closer look at it again and do further analysis on Philippines.
    Fiba changed their plans after i made this post. Instead having subtournaments, they just do a pseudo fiba 3x3 world cup and have the top 3 qualify for olympics..and still have that "wildcard" tournament for other top 3x3 teams like mongolia, latvia and netherlands..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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