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The Basketball World Cup set a record attendance in Manila with 38,115 people

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — On the first day of the Basketball World Cup, the Philippines made history. A record 38,115 filled the Philippine Arena for Friday’s game between the home team and the Dominican Republic — easily the largest crowd to see a game in World Cup history. Setting this mark has been one of the declared goals of the Philippines for some time, and the country known for its love of basketball has achieved it. In the crowd: Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and basketballs

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