LAKE BUENA VISTA, Florida — Team Philippines of North America (TPNA) made a huge statement at The 2012 International Basketball Global Cup at Walt Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports.
TPNA, based in Washington, DC, is a non-profit organization that seeks out the Filipino basketball talents in the US and Canada at the grassroots level. It is responsible for selecting young players and preparing them to compete in international basketball competitions.
Here are the rosters for Team Philippines of North America at 2012 International Basketball Global Cup:
The team came in 1st place in Boy’s 12U and 16U and 2nd place in Boy’s 14U. All three teams showed great sportsmanship and fundamental talent.
The tournament featured 32 boys and girls teams from ages 10 to 18 years, including International teams from Australia, Canada, Brazil, Bermuda, Ireland, and the Philippines.
The Global Cup featured some of the best youth basketball teams from around the world that came to converge and compete.
Eric Dailey, president of Global Cup, is an Ocala, Florida native who began his professional career with the Dallas Mavericks followed by a 10-year professional career playing in Europe, Asia and South America.
Dailey is now bringing the international game home with the 2012 Global Cup World Championships. Dailey Training has been training top elite men and women’s basketball players around the World since 1997.
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