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    Monday, September 5, 2011

    Smart Gilas Pilipinas Tune Up Games FREE Viewing At The Arena In San Juan September 8-11 : Gilas vs. Qatar and Jordan





    The Smart Gilas Pilipinas will be parading their complete line-up with Kelly Williams, Jimmy Alapag and Ranidel De Ocampo on board. They will start using them in their practice games or tune-up games which will be held at The Arena in San Juan.

    The good news is that the games will be open to the public and they are all for free according to Mr. Charles Tiu, the brother of Chris Tiu. Mr. Charles Tweeted that:

    "Since a lot are asking, gilas tune up games here will not be televised. 7pm Arena on d 8,10,11th! It is free to watch. I repeat FREE!"

    The Smart Gilas Pilipinas will go up against Qatar (Sept. 8 and 11) and Jordan (Sept. 10) for a series of tune-up games in those 3 days. And then on September 12,
    they will be leaving for China to participate in the all important FIBA Asia Championship which will start of September 15 up to September 25.

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