Talk about skilled kings.
They can play for multiple teams, they play multiple sports, and they can play around with multiple languages. Ben and Mike Phillips are pretty flexible brothers.
The two Filipino-American athletes from De La Salle Green Archers showed off some of their skills in Cambodia as part of Gilas Pilipinas in the 32nd Southeast Asian Games.
"'Sup guys, nandito tayo sa Cambodia," Mike Phillips said in fellow Gilas player Chris Newsome's vlog. "Tignan na natin kung ano nangyayari."
"Dami tao dito," Ben added.
The younger Mike even embraced Khmer culture by ending the bit with a greeting in Cambodia, "Suo sdei!"
The Phillips brothers have embraced the call of duty for the Gilas Pilipinas Redeem Team, taking a break from playing for the EcoOil-DLSU Green Archers in the PBA D-League to help coach Chot Reyes take back the gold medal in the region.
The younger Mike proved to be an energy boost and a high-flier for the national team in the absence of Barangay Ginebra San Miguel's Jamie Malonzo.
Meanwhile, Ben Phillips, who was not named as part of the final 12, still proved to be valuable in pushing his teammates in the dugout.
The big man actually wears multiple jerseys, as he also played volleyball for La Salle.
They seem to be enjoying Philippine culture really well, check out their Filipino in One Sports' UAAP Best Buds.