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    Default 2017 FIBA Asia Cup [Beirut, Lebanon, Aug 8-20]



    Preliminary Round

    Group A

    09/08 IRI 101 IND 54
    09/08 JOR 68 SYR 66
    11/08 JOR 61 IND 54
    11/08 IRI 87 SYR 63
    13/08 IRI 83 JOR 71
    13/08 SYR 87 IND 78

    Group B

    09/08 PHI 96 CHN 87
    09/08 IRQ 75 QAT 66
    11/08 CHN 92 QAT 67
    11/08 PHI 84 IRQ 68
    13/08 CHN 61 IRQ 60
    13/08 PHI 80 QAT 74

    Group C

    08/08 NZL 70 KAZ 49
    08/08 LBN 72 KOR 66
    10/08 KOR 116 KAZ 55
    10/08 NZL 86 LBN 82
    12/08 KOR 76 NZL 75
    12/08 LBN 96 KAZ 74

    Group D

    08/08 AUS 84 JPN 68
    08/08 TPE 77 HKG 62
    10/08 JPN 87 TPE 49
    10/08 AUS 99 HKG 58
    12/08 JPN 92 HKG 59
    12/08 AUS 90 TPE 50

    Playoffs

    14/08 KOR 81 JPN 68
    14/08 LBN 90 TPE 77
    15/08 CHN 81 SYR 79
    15/08 JOR 84 IRQ 70


    Final Round

    1/4 Final

    16/08 PHI 118 KOR 86
    16/08 IRI 80 LBN 70
    17/08 AUS 97 CHN 71
    17/08 NZL 98 JOR 70

    5th to 8th Place

    19/08 JOR 86 CHN 55
    19/08 LBN 106 PHI 87

    1/2 Final

    19/08 AUS 106 NZL 79
    19/08 IRI 87 KOR 81

    7th Place

    20/08 PHI 75 JOR 70

    5th Place

    20/08 CHN 79 LBN 78

    3rd Place

    20/08 KOR 80 NZL 71

    Final

    20/08 AUS 79 IRI 56
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    We gonna have Australia & New Zealand. When Australia came over from football, people thought they will win Asia Cup straight away..But the Japanese had different plans .
    What about BBALL? I think Only China playing at top level can stop them. Even if Australia dont come with their NBA players, they will still be favorites probably.

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    Matthew Dellavedova Cleveland Cavaliers
    Andrew Bogut Golden State Warriors
    Patty Mills San Antonio Spurs

    3 well known players in NBA. Then you got also another NBA player in Cameron Bairstow ( Chicago Bulls).If those players are taking part of fiba asia in 2017, Australia are favorites by good margin.

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    Asia wants to worry about this guy for the next 15 years....

    http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Ben-Simmons-61928/

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    That guy or another, they have like 10 players who can be the star of any other NT. Only China can maybe fight them, and Philppines if they get a naturalize center like blatche and Clarkson playing together.

    The others they be favorites to not just beat them, but blow them out.I am ok with Australia participating in world cup qualification through asia, but they will ruin competition playing in asia. they will dominate.

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    Julian Khazzouh would be best lebanese player if he played for us, next to the naturalized. He can also play for Australia, and Australia deem him not good enough for their NT LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eshmawi View Post
    Julian Khazzouh would be best lebanese player if he played for us, next to the naturalized. He can also play for Australia, and Australia deem him not good enough for their NT LOL.
    Much better for you, though. I mean, if you get Khazzouh to play for you, you will be hard to beat in Asia.
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    BEIRUT, Lebanon (FIBA Asia) - FIBA's Regional Office in Asia on Friday announced that the first-ever FIBA Asia Cup will take place in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut, while the maiden FIBA Women’s Asia Cup is to be staged in the Indian city of Bengaluru.

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    My second home is in Thailand and i cant understand why our team never get invited to tournaments like this. Thailand do have some good players... Cheers from a new guy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopsGeorge View Post
    My second home is in Thailand and i cant understand why our team never get invited to tournaments like this. Thailand do have some good players... Cheers from a new guy!
    Due to SEA traditionally being weak with basketball, and Filipinos loving it so much, the Philippines is always the regional representative. Thailand is building and getting stronger though! Soon I'm sure things will change
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    Quote Originally Posted by eshmawi View Post
    We gonna have Australia & New Zealand. When Australia came over from football, people thought they will win Asia Cup straight away..But the Japanese had different plans .
    What about BBALL? I think Only China playing at top level can stop them. Even if Australia dont come with their NBA players, they will still be favorites probably.
    China doesn't have a chance if you watched the Olympics last year. Even New Zealand is going to be tough for all Asian team to beat. China this year supposedly will field only "half" the team since there will be 2 national teams so it's even less competitive.

    Most likely Australia will also field a "A/B" team but like you said they will still be favourites. The other teams will just battle for second place including NZL.
    aim low, score high

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    Group A: Iran, Jordan, Syria and India.
    Group B: Iraq, China, Philippines and Qatar.
    Group C: Kazakhstan, Lebanon, South Korea and New Zealand.
    Group D: Japan, Hong Kong China, Chinese Taipei and Australia.

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    Final training camp roster for NZ Tall Blacks before the FIBA Asia Cup:

    PG Shea Ili (SKYCITY Breakers / Wellington Saints)
    PG Derone Raukawa (SKYCITY Breakers / Southland Sharks)
    PG Isaac Letoa (Wellington Saints, Anchor Junior Tall Blacks)
    PG Quinn Clinton (Canterbury Rams, Anchor Junior Tall Blacks)
    G Ethan Rusbatch (Canterbury Rams)
    G Luke Aston (Southland Sharks)
    F Reuben Te Rangi (Brisbane Bullets, Southland Sharks)
    F Dyson King-Hawea (Nunawading Spectres)
    F Jordan Ngatai (Wellington Saints)
    F Taane Samuel (Wellington Basketball, Junior Tall Blacks)
    F Finn Delany (SKYCITY Breakers)
    C Sam Timmins (Washington University)
    C James Hunter (Southland Sharks)
    C Callum McRae (Palmerston North Boys High, Junior Tall Blacks)
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    Boomers Squad of 12 for FIBA Asia Cup

    David Andersen (Melbourne United)
    Todd Blanchfield (Sydney Kings)
    Angus Brandt (Perth Wildcats)
    Jason Cadee (Sydney Kings)
    Mitchell Creek (Adelaide 36ers)
    Cameron Gliddon (Cairns Taipans)
    Matthew Hodgson (Adelaide 36ers)
    Nicholas Kay (Illawarra Hawks)
    Daniel Kickert (Brisbane Bullets)
    Mitchell McCarron (Cairns Taipans)
    Brad Newley (Sydney Kings)
    Mitchell Norton (Illawarra Hawks)
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    Hi eveyone!

    May I know the line up for China for this year's cup? Exciting days ahead for asian basketball.

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    Japan NT for FIBA Asia Cup 2017

    Ryoma Hashimoto (SeaHorses Mikawa)
    Yuki Togashi (Chiba Jets)
    Ryusei Shinoyama (Kawasaki Brave Thunders)
    Makoto Hiejima (SeaHorses Mikawa)
    Yudai Baba (Toyota Alvark)
    Daiki Tanaka (Toyota Alvark)
    Takatoshi Furukawa (Ryukyu Golden Kings)
    Ryumo Ono (Chiba Jets)
    Ira Brown (Ryukyu Golden Kings)
    Tenketsu Harimoto (Nagoya Diamond Dolphins)
    Atsuya Ota (San-en Neo Phoenix)
    Kosuke Takeuchi (Link Tochigi Brex)
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    South Korea NT for FIBA Asia Cup 2017

    Kim Sun-Hyung (SK Knights)
    Park Chan-Hee (Incheon ET Land)
    Heo Ung (Wonju Dongbu Promy)
    Choi Joon-Young (SK Knights)
    Lee Jung-Hyun (KCC Egis)
    Lim Dong-Seop (Samsung Thunder)
    Jeon Jun-Beom (Ulsan Mobis)
    Yang Hong-Seok (Chung Ang University)
    Lee Seung-Hyun (Goyang Orions)
    Kim Jong-Kyu (LG Sakers)
    Lee Jong-Hyun (Ulsan Mobis)
    Oh Se-Keun (Anyang KGC)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kings View Post
    Group A: Iran, Jordan, Syria and India.
    Group B: Iraq, China, Philippines and Qatar.
    Group C: Kazakhstan, Lebanon, South Korea and New Zealand.
    Group D: Japan, Hong Kong China, Chinese Taipei and Australia.
    Gilas Pilipinas Lineup
    Jun Mar Fajardo
    Christian Hermoso-Standhardinger
    Japhet Aguilar
    Raymond Almazan
    Carl Bryan Cruz
    Gabe Norwood
    Calvin Abueva
    Roger Pogoy
    Matthew Wright
    Jason Castro-William
    Terrence Romeo
    Jiovanni Jalalon

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    Is Joseph Chartouny Canadian Born?
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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