King Adbullah Cup is a five-nation, six-team pocket tournament in preparation for the 2021 FIBA continental championship.
The tournament will feature the national basketball teams of the Philippines, Jordan (A and B), Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt.
The Philippine national men’s basketball team, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia are all preparing for the FIBA Asia Cup while African sides Tunisia and Egypt are preparing for the 2021 FIBA AfroBasket.
2021 King Abdullah Cup Full Schedule and Results:
July 26, 2021 (Monday)
9:00 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (60) vs. Egypt (73) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
11:55 PM: Saudi Arabia (81) vs. Jordan-A (91)
July 27, 2021 (Tuesday)
6:00 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (76) vs. Saudi Arabia (62) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
9:00 PM: Jordan-B (67) vs. Egypt (94)
11:55 PM: Jordan-A (90) vs. Tunisia (77)
July 28, 2021 (Wednesday)
6:00 PM: Tunisia (72) vs. Saudi Arabia (59)
9:00 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (90) vs. Jordan-B (63) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
11:55 PM: Jordan-A (67) vs. Egypt (79)
July 29, 2021 (Thursday)
9:00 PM: Saudi Arabia (78) vs. Egypt (88)
11:55 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (74) vs. Tunisia (73) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
July 30, 2021 (Friday)
6:00PM: Jordan-B (61) vs. Saudi Arabia (68)
9:00 PM: Tunisia (68) vs. Egypt (55)
11:55 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (72) vs. Jordan-A (84) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
July 31, 2021 (Saturday)
9:00 PM: Egypt (80) vs. Tunisia (71)
11:55 PM: Gilas Pilipinas (74) vs. Jordan-A (84) [SCORES and HIGHLIGHTS]
August 1, 2021 (Sunday)
9:00 PM: Battle for 3rd - Tunisia (84) vs. Gilas Pilipinas (72) [LIVE STREAM INFO, SCORES and RESULTS]
11:55 PM: FINALS - Egypt (71) vs. Jordan-A (93)
(All times are in Philippine Standard Time)
Team Standings: 2021 King Abdullah Cup
Check out the team standings below. The top four teams will advance to the semi-finals.
|Jordan-B game results will not reflect on the standings|
Gilas Pilipinas' lineup for King Abdullah Cup
Thirdy Ravena, along with Dwight Ramos and Angelo Kouame will lead Gilas Pilipinas in the King Abdullah Cup.
They will be joined by Matt Nieto, Mike Nieto, Isaac Go, Carl Tamayo, Rey Suerte, Dave Ildefonso, Geo Chiu, Jordan Heading, Justine Baltazar, RJ Abarrientos, SJ Belangel, and William Navarro.
Jaydee Tungcab, Allyn Bulanadi, Tzaddy Rangel, and Kemark Cariño were cut from the lineup for the 2021 King Abdullah Cup.