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Medal record Men’s Basketball Competitor for  Philippines FIBA Asia Championship Gold 1967 Seoul Team competition Adriano R. Papa, Jr.[1] (July 14, 1945-October 27, 2005), better known as Jun Papa, was a former Filipino basketball player. Papa was born in Manila, Philippines. He played for Crispa Floro AC in the Manila Industrial and Commercial Athletic Association. Papa also appeared at the Olympic Games as a member of the country's national basketball team. References ^ Sports-Reference.com - Adriano Papa, Jr. v · d · ePhilippines squad - 1968 Olympic basketball tournament 4 Alberto Reynoso (c) | 5 Jimmy Mariano | 6 Elias Tolentino, Jr. | 7 Renato Reyes | 8 Edgardo Ocampo | 9 Orlando Bauzon | 10 Joaquin Rojas | 11 Rogelio Melencio | 12 Danny Florencio | 13 Adriano Papa, Jr. | 14 Alfonso Marquez | 15 Robert Jaworski | Coach: Carlos Loyzaga v · d · ePhilippines squad - 1972 Olympic basketball tournament 4 Edgardo Ocampo (c) | 5 Rogelio Melencio | 6 Jimmy Mariano | 7 Danny Florencio | 8 Narciso Bernardo | 9 Marte Samson | 10 Adriano Papa, Jr. | 11 Bogs Adornado | 12 Yoyong Martirez | 13 Manny Paner | 14 Freddie Webb | 15 Ricardo Cleofas | Coach: Ignacio Ramos Persondata Name Papa, Jun Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a Filipino basketball figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e