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The Philippines’ journey to Basketball championship at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ended tonight after the New Zealand squad defeated Gilas Pilipnas in the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament being held in Manila. Final score is 89-80.
Gilas Pilipinas also bowed to FIBA number 5 France yesterday, July 5.
New Zealand and France will face tomorrow night for the top position in Group B (B1). Canada already got the top position in Group A (A1).
Meanwhile, Senegal and Turkey will battle tomorrow night for the second position in Group A (A2).
B1 and A2; A1 and B2 will be facing for the semi-final knockout matches.
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