Excitement rises as aspiring basketball players from top schools across the country get ready for the regional championships of the country’s most prestigious interschool basketball competition, the SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament 2015.
The tournament kicks off with the NCR championship game happening on September 12, 2015 at the Ateneo Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City. This will be followed by the Mindanao final on October 24 to 25 at the Almendras Gym in Davao City and the Visayas final on November 7 to 8 at the University of La Salle gym in Bacolod City. Wrapping up the regional rounds is the Luzon final, which will be held on November 21 to 22 at the University of Assumption gym in Pampanga.
The regional champions will compete in the National Finals for the right to be the SBP/Passerelle 2015 National Champions.
Pitting the country’s best school teams and the most promising basketball players, this decisive championship fight is where the young cagers give all their best for the ultimate victory and the next generation of basketball superstars will make their name.
Now on its 30th season, the SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament provides an avenue for young cagers to apply what they learned from basketball trainings and showcase their skills in the court. This year’s play-offs will be participated by over a thousand players from 150 school teams from NCR, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
The SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament is sponsored by Milo and organized by the Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training (BEST) Center, the Philippines’ premiere basketball and volleyball school that utilizes scientific approach in teaching sports. The school is known for producing students who become national basketball superstars, including Chris Tiu, Kobe Paras, Keifer Ravena, and Mark and Mike Nieto.
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