LC
Two weeks ago

FIBA U18 Asian Championships

The Australian Emu's opened the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championships by dismantling hosts Thailand 119-44.

In an impressive debut, the Australian’s dominated the contest, winning the rebound count 64-28, and forcing 28 turnovers and dishing out 26 assists as they held their Thai opponents to 10 points or less in three of the four quarters.

Emu’s dismantle host Thailand to open FIBA U18 Asian Championships

Watch every Emu's game live streamed on The Pick and Roll Facebook page. Next one is 1:30pm AEST vs Bahrain on Monday.

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Hoopie  
Two weeks ago

Wouldn't it be interesting if Australia played the Philippines.

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LC  
Two weeks ago

The Emu's made it two wins in a row after they cruised to a 107-42 victory over Bahrain at the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championships in Thailand.

Samson Froling led six Australians who scored in double figures, adding a game-high 21 points and 8 rebounds as the Emus overpowered their Asian opponents in the paint. Their superior size saw them pull down 36 offensive rebounds to just 7, while scoring 64 points to 20 inside the key on their way to a 65 point victory.

Bahrain unable to slow the Emu train

Watch the Aussies take on New Zealand at 1:30pm AEST on Tuesday, live on The Pick and Roll Facebook page!

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Hoopie  
Two weeks ago

Australia and the Philippines moved straight into the quarters, and will play the winners of qualifying games. Assuming both teams win, they play each other in the semis on August 10th, according to the FIBA website.

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LC  
Two weeks ago

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Hoopie  
Two weeks ago

Tomorrow the two countries square off in the semis. Will the Gilas be going all out for revenge or pull their heads in? Will it be reffed so tightly that we'll see many players fouled off for twiggy-touch stuff? Will we see USFs galore?

It’s on YouTube through the FIBA website

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Udog  
Two weeks ago

Take all the stickers and chairs away quick.

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LC  
Two weeks ago

It's also on The Pick and Roll Facebook page! :)

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Time for us to teach them a lesson. Run up the score with no mercy. Embarrass them.

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LC  
Two weeks ago

Australia have muscled past Japan 88-52 at the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championships to advance to the semi-finals against the Philippines, but more importantly qualify for the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup.

Emus muscle past Japan, take on Philippines in semi-final

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LC  
Two weeks ago

China vs New Zealand in the other semi...

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LC  
Two weeks ago

Australia vs Philippines at 8:45pm AEST tonight on The Pick and Roll Facebook page too.

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LC  
Two weeks ago

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Kunen, Armstrong and Leupepe should be taken out for green, maker and 1 of ducas or travers for the WC.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Aussies currently spanking them 60-27

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

FT PHI 43-77 AUS

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LC  
Two weeks ago

Oceania rivals Australia and New Zealand will play off for gold in the final of the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championships following the Emus convincing 77-44 victory over the Philippines in Bangkok, Thailand.

Emus brush past Philippines, will play New Zealand for gold

Watch live on The Pick and Roll Facebook page, tip-off at 6:45pm AEST.

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mystro  
Two weeks ago

were any stickers damaged in the Australia Vs Philippines game?

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mystro  
Two weeks ago

Stoked the Jr TB's made the final and get another chance at the Emu's after they were handed their only loss in the tournament by them which was actually a hiding.
Shows how strong Oceania Basketball is with the 1/2 Finish

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LC  
Last week

Australia were made to work hard by Oceania rivals New Zealand on their way to winning the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship 72-63 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Emus hold off New Zealand to win maiden FIBA U18 Asian crown

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