I caught the last 3 quarters of the China-Jordan game
* Referees suck, way too many ticky tacky fouls, each team shot 34/35 free throws
* Dar Tucker is Jordanian Andray Blatche (not in position, just in physical shape and approach to the game)
* China made way too many mistakes in the 3rd quarter
* Jordanian bigs are decent (even if not very tall) but their native guards are very slow
* Sam Daghlas (almost unrecognizable with his sideburns) made many changes on defense, I think he's still experimenting
* Zaid Abbas getting old but still a workhorse, playing almost 40 minutes with good efforts
* Daghlas didn't play Tucker a lot of minutes
For China, it was a good win, and Yuan Shuai the 3-pt marksman (the joke in China being his point total is always a multiple of 3) connected a lot of 3's. This China "B" has a lot of offensive talent but not enough experience, and the 3rd quarter showed it, with some very bad turnovers. Chinese players still lack fundamentals, and it will be hard against a team like Iran, not to mention European teams, with these kind of mistakes.
Good thing for China is 11 players played and scored like the warmup game with North Korea, this is a relatively deep team. The guards need to have more assertiveness and not always try to find the big men, this will reduce the turnovers.
I was very unhappy with defensive rebounds, Dar Tucker should have never gotten those 5 offensive rebounds if Chinese players could box out, but this for Chinese basketball is nothing new.
I also watched a little of Philippines-India game, and no comment....
I've also discovered that Iranian TV broadcasters like to zoom in on the basket after a shot is released, it's weird. Aside from that the feed is great, no complaints.