FOSHAN, China -- Kiefer Ravena was again chosen for a random drug test ahead of their game against team Serbia on Monday.
Ravena, along with Japeth Aguilar, was tested early Sunday, according to a report from ESPN5's Carlo Pamintuan.
It was the second time in three days Ravena underwent FIBA's random drug testing protocol.
"I don't think it's random. To use the word random isn't accurate. Maybe they're really picking on him," said Gilas coach Yeng Guiao. "He was just tested, then they tested him again. We're not hiding anything, so it's fine with us. If they want to test Kiefer three times a day, I have no problem with that."
The test results won't be ready for two or three months.
Guiao had mentioned earlier that the team will only be notified if the results are positive.