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    Carl Tamayo remains doubtful as Gilas Pilipinas hosts India in Fiba qualifiers

    Jul 3, 2022
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    The Philippine team could be left with only 10 players with Carl Tamayo injured.
    PHOTO: fiba.basketball

    GILAS Pilipinas looks to end the first round of the 2023 Fiba Basketball World­­ Cup Asian qualifiers on a high when it meets India on Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena.

    Although favored in the game as hosts, the boys of coach Nenad Vucinic will have to dig deep as it is in danger of fielding only 10 men.

    See Double whammy as Tamayo sprains ankle in Gilas' 46-point loss to NZ

    Carl Tamayo remains doubtful for the game after suffering a sprained ankle in Gilas' 106-60 defeat to New Zealand last Thursday.

    This puts pressure on the remaining bigs, namely Rhenz Abando, Kevin Quiambao, William Navarro, and Geo Chiu against an Indian team that has an average height of 6-foot-6.

    Carl Tamayo Gilas vs New ZealandCarl Tamayo led the Philippines in scoring against New Zealand with 16 points on 6 of 10 shooting.

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