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The aftermath of Gilas' FIBA World Cup campaign

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Gilas Pilipinas failed to register a single win (0-5) in the 2019 FIBA World Cup, finishing 32nd overall. Shortly after their return to Manila, Yeng Guiao stepped down as head coach.

We've compiled a list of special features and videos that tell the story of Gilas' campaign in China.

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Related Videos

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Heartbreak and disappointment in Gilas' 2019 World Cup campaign

Gilas Pilipinas

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What is Yeng Guiao's legacy with Gilas?

Gilas Pilipinas went winless at the FIBA World Cup but a number of young players flourished under Yeng Guiao.

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Reviewing Yeng Guiao's performance with Gilas

Gilas Pilipinas bought into Yeng Guiao's philosophy and game plan in the FIBA World Cup.

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Yeng Guiao, Gilas part ways

Yeng Guiao steps down as Gilas Pilipinas head coach after the team went winless at the FIBA World Cup.

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Changes ahead for Gilas Pilipinas

Gabe Norwood and Andray Blatche likely played their last FIBA World Cup games for Gilas Pilipinas. Norwood was particularly disappointed the younger players did not get to experience winning a game at the World Cup.