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Zhang
04-12-2011, 08:09 AM
Group A
China
Hong Kong,China
Korea

Group B
Mongolia
Japan
Chinese Taipei



Time: June 8-15
Place:Nanjing,China

Kings
04-12-2011, 09:35 AM
2009 East Asia Qualifier (http://forums.interbasket.net/f62/fiba-asia-09-east-asia-qualifier-9454/)

splitzapper
04-12-2011, 10:49 AM
Hello guys, excluding China (since they are the host), how many team nation will qualify for FIBA - ASIA on this region.

thanks :)

TrueBluePinoy
04-12-2011, 11:14 AM
Hello guys, excluding China (since they are the host), how many team nation will qualify for FIBA - ASIA on this region.

thanks :)

Because of Japan's 2nd place finish of last year's FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup, 3 teams from East Asia will have the opportunity to compete in the Asian Championships.

usausa
04-12-2011, 04:29 PM
Group A
China
Hong Kong,China
Korea

Group B
Mongolia
Japan
Chinese Taipei



Time: June 8-15
Place:Nanjing,China

Same groups as 2009?

sinobball
04-12-2011, 04:47 PM
China and Japan already qualified, leaving Korea and Chinese Taipei to claim the last 2 spots. The only purpose of this tournament is for the certain players on China NT (Sun Yue, Zhu Fangyu) to serve their suspensions as this is FIBA-sanctioned tournament. If history is an indication, Korea will not send their full squad here, or if they did, will not play the main players long minutes against China.

k-j
04-13-2011, 09:36 AM
China and Japan already qualified, leaving Korea and Chinese Taipei to claim the last 2 spots. The only purpose of this tournament is for the certain players on China NT (Sun Yue, Zhu Fangyu) to serve their suspensions as this is FIBA-sanctioned tournament. If history is an indication, Korea will not send their full squad here, or if they did, will not play the main players long minutes against China.

I think Japan still not qualified yet, because the host is now change to China. Only the Lebanons qualifield as they claim the championship from last year's stankovic cup, and Janpanese earns one more spot for east asia.
However i Believe they can still beat Hong Kong to qualify to the Asian Championship game, Korean and Taiwan will qualify as well.

wilo22
04-13-2011, 01:30 PM
China and Japan already qualified, leaving Korea and Chinese Taipei to claim the last 2 spots. The only purpose of this tournament is for the certain players on China NT (Sun Yue, Zhu Fangyu) to serve their suspensions as this is FIBA-sanctioned tournament. If history is an indication, Korea will not send their full squad here, or if they did, will not play the main players long minutes against China.

Japan didn't qualify yet.they were 2nd in stankovic cup.They were qualified when the tournement was scheduled to be played in lebanon. But now the tournement is set to be played in china, lebanon 1st ranked team in stankovic cup qualified to the asian championship.

sinobball
04-13-2011, 05:47 PM
Thanks guys for the explanation. I blame FIBA Asia, they have nothing about qualification on their website.

CKR13
05-09-2011, 08:34 AM
Head coach Hur Jae had named his twelve players for the competition, but Hur also said that the roster can still change in three weeks time depending on injuries or his personal decision on player replacement. So this lineup initially is subject to change.

Guards

Kang Byung Hyun (KCC Egis)
Kim Sun Hyung (SK Knights)
Park Chan Hee (Anyang KGC)
Lee Jung-Suk (Samsung Thunder)
Yang Dong Geun (Ulsan Mobis Phoebus)
Cho Seong-Min (Sonicboom Busan KT)

Forwards

Kim Yong Hwan (Sonicboom Busan KT)
Yang Hee-Jong (Anyang KGC)

Centers

Kim Seung Won (Yonsei University)
Kim Jong-Kyu (Kyung Hee University)
Oh Sakeun (Anyang KGC)
Lee Seung Jun (Samsung Thunder)

kaiziken_pinas
05-27-2011, 12:46 PM
Japan
South Korea
Chinese Taipei


That's it. Although I'm hoping for a Mongolian and Hong Kong upset ^^

k-j
05-27-2011, 09:35 PM
Our 12 Men's Roster for East Asia Champs


G Lee Hsueh-lin 5'9 176cm
G Hung Chih-shan 5'9 175cm
G Su Shiang-Yi 6'0 182cm
G Yang Ching-min 6'2 188cm
F Lin Chih-chieh 6'4 192cm
F Cheng Jen-wei 6'4 193cm
F Lu Cheng-ju 6'4 194cm
F Chen Hsin-An 6'5 196cm
F Mo Chia-En 6'5 196cm
F Chien Chia-hung 6'6 197cm
F Chou Po-chen 6'6 198cm
C Wu Tai-Hao 6'9 204cm

Kings
05-31-2011, 03:39 AM
China "B" Roster

Ponit Guard

Yu Shulong (JILIN NORTHEAST TIGERS)
Han Shuo (BAYI ROCKETS)

Shooting Guard

Meng Duo (DONGGUAN NEW CENTURY LEOPARDS)
Zhang Bo (BAYI ROCKETS)
Sun Yue (BEIJING AOSHEN)

Small Forward

Yi Li (JIANGSU NANGANG DRAGONS)
Zhu Fangyu (GUANDONG SOUTHERN TIGERS)

Power Forward

Peng Fei (SHANGHAI DONGFANG SHARKS)
Dong Hanlin (GUANDONG SOUTHERN TIGERS)
Mo Ke (BAYI ROCKETS)

Center

Su Wei (GUANDONG SOUTHERN TIGERS)
Zhang Zhaoxu (SHANGHAI DONGFANG SHARKS)

Khalid80
05-31-2011, 06:21 AM
China "B" Roster

Sun Yue (BEIJING AOSHEN)



Has Sun Yue's level of play deteriorated that bad for him to be mentioned on a China B roster :confused:

CKR13
05-31-2011, 07:42 AM
I am also surprised to see Zhu Fangyu on the "Team B" squad.

CKR13
05-31-2011, 07:52 AM
Hiroyuki Kinoshita (Panasonic Trians)
Kosuke Kanamaru (Panasonic Trians)
Kenta Hirose (Panasonic Trians)
Ryota Sakurai (Hokkaido)
Takumi Ishizaki (Shimane Susanoo Magic)
Shinsuke Kashiwagi (Aishin Seahorses)
Takuya Kawamura (Link Tochigi Brex)
Kosuke Takeuchi (Aishin Seahorses)
Tomoo Amino (Aishin Seahorses)
Takatoshi Furukawa (Aishin Seahorses)
Shunsuke Ito (Link Tochigi Brex)
Joji Takeuchi (Hitachi SunRockers)

whocare
05-31-2011, 03:53 PM
Has Sun Yue's level of play deteriorated that bad for him to be mentioned on a China B roster :confused:

they were in Brawl with brasil and are forbidden to play the next 2 games. so ..... u know that..:D:D

sinobball
05-31-2011, 04:25 PM
Obvious some of you guys didn't read my posts some months ago :D
The only purpose of this tournament is for the certain players on China NT (Sun Yue, Zhu Fangyu) to serve their suspensions as this is FIBA-sanctioned tournament.
This confirms that FIBA suspension is a joke.

Ciscorlie Horford
05-31-2011, 06:13 PM
Obvious some of you guys didn't read my posts some months ago :D
This confirms that FIBA suspension is a joke.

ok, I know this will be a stupid question but if they are suspended then why are they on the roster? after all then won't be able to play right?

http://ericcressey.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/confused-baby.bmp

Khalid80
05-31-2011, 10:07 PM
they were in Brawl with brasil and are forbidden to play the next 2 games. so ..... u know that..:D:D


Obvious some of you guys didn't read my posts some months ago :D

Wo buhaoyisi :o... I did read the comments and I remember the brawl but sometimes your memory fails you :D (especially when you read all the sections and threads in Interbasket that are being updated on a daily basis) That's my excuse :D

rocketstar47
06-01-2011, 01:02 AM
Hiroyuki Kinoshita (Panasonic Trians)
Kosuke Kanamaru (Panasonic Trians)
Kenta Hirose (Panasonic Trians)
Ryota Sakurai (Hokkaido)
Takumi Ishizaki (Shimane Susanoo Magic)
Shinsuke Kashiwagi (Aishin Seahorses)
Takuya Kawamura (Link Tochigi Brex)
Kosuke Takeuchi (Aishin Seahorses)
Tomoo Amino (Aishin Seahorses)
Takatoshi Furukawa (Aishin Seahorses)
Shunsuke Ito (Link Tochigi Brex)
Joji Takeuchi (Hitachi SunRockers)


Where is Yuta Tabuse?

CKR13
06-01-2011, 02:25 AM
Where is Yuta Tabuse?

Tabuse is still training with the national players pool and Tom Wiseman said he would want to try the younger and "bigger guards" on the upcoming tournament. Still, Wiseman has not erased the possibility of Tabuse on the final lineup come the tournament in Wuhan.

It is just that Kanamaru, Kinoshita and Hirose are better on the defensive coverage on the back-court.

CKR13
06-06-2011, 06:55 AM
Head coach Chou Jun-san have announced that Lin Chih-chieh will miss the FIBA East Asia Tournament to attend a family matter. Chou has named Chen Shun-hsiang as a replacement.

Chinese Taipei Basketball Association has requested FIBA for the approved replacement, however Chou Jun-san said that if FIBA does not grant the request for replacing Lin Chih-Chieh, Taiwan will bring in 11 players only.

CKR13
06-10-2011, 05:57 AM
http://img4.cache.netease.com/photo/0005/2011-06-09/764MBVKO0AEV0005.jpg

Kings
06-10-2011, 06:40 AM
Half time: KOR 70 HKG 17

CKR13
06-10-2011, 06:49 AM
Before the game, Hur Jae said that his team did not have much practice since arriving in the country. Expect Hur to clear the benches and experiment with Kim Seung Won and Kim Jong Gyu on floor at the same time.

Kings
06-10-2011, 07:46 AM
Full time: KOR 134 HKG 47

Starting Lineup
Yang Dong Geun
Kang Byung Hyun
Yang Hee Jong
Oh Sakeun
Lee Seung Jun

CKR13
06-10-2011, 07:54 AM
Up next: JPN - TPE


Japan
http://www.japanbasketball.jp/event/eacb_men/2011/image/keyv.jpg

Kings
06-10-2011, 07:55 AM
http://www.koreabasketball.or.kr/community/b_technic/b_technic_98_858.jpg

Kings
06-10-2011, 09:03 AM
Half time: JPN 32 TPE 27

interxavierxxx
06-10-2011, 09:14 AM
Do we have livestreams?

CKR13
06-10-2011, 09:25 AM
This is the first time I saw Kim Jong Gyu and Kim Seung Won in a game and not highlights. KJG is more of a shooting forward while KSW is a traditional center. Both had ample floor time and could co-exist on the floor for the future.

interxavierxxx
06-10-2011, 09:26 AM
This is the first time I saw Kim Jong Gyu and Kim Seung Won have played. KJG is more of a shooting forward while KJG is a traditional center. Both had ample floor time and could co-exist on the floor for the future.

Is it live anywhere?

CKR13
06-10-2011, 09:28 AM
Is it live anywhere?

I don't have a live stream link. My apologies. JPN-TPE is live on SkyAA-JP. I'm watching on Satellite TV.

Kings
06-10-2011, 10:01 AM
Full Time: TPE 75 JPN 74

CKR13
06-10-2011, 10:03 AM
Great game! Chinese Taipei is even playing without four mainstays. Good job for Chinese Taipei.

sinobball
06-10-2011, 12:34 PM
All games will be streamed live on CNTV.com

Takuya Kawamura had game-high 28pts, and made a shot with 3.9 seconds to go to to pull Japan up by 1. Final seconds, CT's captain Chen Hsin-An drove the lane and was fouled and made 2 FT's to seal the deal. Chen led CT with 16 while Wu Tai-Hao and Chien Chia-Hung each scored 15.


Full time: KOR 134 HKG 47Ouch for HK.

But HK even sent a "B" team, they didn't have their best players Lo Yi-Ting and Poon Chi-Ho, and some youngsters are in China participating in the Nike Camp.

CKR13
06-10-2011, 01:31 PM
Just saw the boxscores from the KOR-HK game. Kim Jong Gyu was the leading scorer for Korea with 20 points. 7 other players for Korea were in double figure scoring. Veterans like Kim Seung Hyun and Lee Seung Jun were well rested for the game.

CKR13
06-10-2011, 02:04 PM
For tomorrow: June 11

Chinese Taipei vs. Mongolia

Hoping not that fatigue will cause a slow start for Chinese Taipei.

Hong-Kong vs. China

Rout.

zoman114
06-10-2011, 02:32 PM
Day 1 Results:


South Korea over Hong Kong, 134-47
- Korea led by 53 at the half, and the outcome was never really in doubt.
- SK was led by Kim Jong-Gyu's 23 points.


Chinese-Taipei over Japan, 75-74
- This was a thriller of a game as the Taiwanese barely scraped by the Japanese.
- Taiwanese star Chen Hsin-An, who plays for the Dongguan City Leopards in the CBA, hit the game-winning charities with about 3 seconds left. Chien Chia-Hung and Wu Tai-Hao backed him up with 15 markers apiece.
- Takuya Kawamura of Link Tochigi Brex led the Japanese side with 28 points. He was the only Japanese in double figures.

usausa
06-10-2011, 02:40 PM
Is there a website? Stats?

uhfotis
06-10-2011, 03:02 PM
Korea's national team beat Hong Kong 134-47.... Is there really a point in playing these games if one of the teams can beat the other by almost 100? I remember most of the Asian games scores outside of Korea and China were the same deal... I don't get it.

sinobball
06-10-2011, 03:12 PM
No website, but if you must...
http://ww4.sinaimg.cn/large/60533909jw1di22w9unu6j.jpg
(perhaps CKR can find a better box score, or you can wait for Korean Basketball Association to update the box score here (http://www.koreabasketball.or.kr/game_schedule/?fn=schedule_detail_view&game_seqno=12929&seqno=1978&gb=2))

http://www.japanbasketball.jp/event/eacb_men/2011/pdf/102-20110610_JPN_TPE_B.pdf
(good luck translating the Japanese names)

tmlouk
06-10-2011, 03:38 PM
Did any bookmaker offer a betting for this event (for games yeasterday)?

reamily
06-10-2011, 10:55 PM
So my fav asian player still has it:cool:

makotosing
06-11-2011, 12:10 AM
All games will be streamed live on CNTV.com

Takuya Kawamura had game-high 28pts, and made a shot with 3.9 seconds to go to to pull Japan up by 1. Final seconds, CT's captain Chen Hsin-An drove the lane and was fouled and made 2 FT's to seal the deal. Chen led CT with 16 while Wu Tai-Hao and Chien Chia-Hung each scored 15.

Ouch for HK.

But HK even sent a "B" team, they didn't have their best players Lo Yi-Ting and Poon Chi-Ho, and some youngsters are in China participating in the Nike Camp.

I wish they sent their "A" team.

sinobball
06-11-2011, 12:50 AM
Did any bookmaker offer a betting for this event (for games yeasterday)?What?
I wish they sent their "A" team.Why?
So my fav asian player still has it:cool:Who?

Here's Chien Chia-Hung with an unbelievably lucky 3
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Final 4 seconds of CT-Japan game. The local crowd was behind CT 100% as you can hear. It's understandable considering what happened in this city (Nanjing, then known as Nanking) 74 years ago.
UxHd7ozbxEU

Walken
06-11-2011, 10:00 AM
Day 2
Mongolia - Chinese Taipei 71-85 (30-25, 16-18, 11-18, 14-24)
Hong Kong - China 43-104 (5-28, 11-21, 12-35, 15-20)

CKR13
06-11-2011, 10:12 AM
A balanced attack by Chinese Taipei as five players had double figure scoring:

Chien Chia-hung - 13pts
Su Yi-chieh - 13pts
Lu Cheng-ju - 13pts
James Mao - 12pts
Chen Hsin-an - 10 pts

Special mention to Lee Hsueh-lin who finished with 9pts and 6 assists.

reamily
06-11-2011, 10:38 AM
any direct cntv.com links there thanks

rocketstar47
06-11-2011, 11:23 AM
Surprisingy Chinese Taipei defeat Japan w/out their key players
how come when their star players comes back to their lineup.

Zhang
06-11-2011, 11:55 AM
Day 1:
Korea-Hong Kong
Hong Kong only have 8 players in this match, the other 4 players were playing final games of Hong Kong League, they will join the team next match.
Easy game for Korea, the Korean were even not rest in the lock room at half-time, they stayed on the court for practice.

Japan-Chinese Taipei
This is a tight game, but the things outside the court is also interesting. At first, the anthem of Chinese Taipei was played as Mongolian national anthem.
The scores and the number fo fouls were sometime mistakenly record during the game. So these things interrupt the game a bit.


Day 2:
Chinese Taipei-Mongolia
Mongolia plays really good.They were even lead the game after almost 3rd quater. With this win, Chinese Taipei is stepped into Fiba Asia Championships.

China-Hong Kong
Hong Kong got 10 players this time, but China only have 9 players. Sun Yue and Zhu Fangyu is confirmed not to participate in this tournament,while Zhang Bo is rejected at first match.

kaiziken_pinas
06-11-2011, 01:10 PM
Go Mongolia!!!! BEAT JAPAN!

zoman114
06-11-2011, 01:29 PM
East Asia Basketball Championship scores for June 11, 2011

Day 2 Results:

Taiwan over Mongolia, 85-71
Quarter scoring: 25-30, 43-46, 61-57, 85-71
- The Mongolians gave the Taiwanese a surprisingly good fight. They face the Japanese next, and Japan would do well not to take Mongolia lightly.
- Chien Chia-Hung led the way again with 13 points, as did Su Yi-Chieh and Lu Cheng-Ju.
- The true test for Taiwan would be facing either S. Korea or China in the next round.
- By virtue of this win, Taiwan officially books a seat to the 2011 FIBA-Asia Men's tourney.



China over Hong Kong, 104-43
Quarter scoring: 28-5, 49-16, 84-28, 104-43
- No surprise here as the Chinese took over from the get-go. Even if it's not the "full strength" Chinese team on display, they're still very potent.
- China has several players on the roster simply to serve their game suspensions incurred in an exhibition against Brazil. These are Zhang Bo and Sun Yue, both serving 1 game suspensions, and perennial China NT forward Zhu Fang-Yu, who was tagged with a 3-gamer.

reamily
06-11-2011, 01:41 PM
Surprisingy Chinese Taipei defeat Japan w/out their key players
how come when their star players comes back to their lineup.

Chen and Wu is still there, it is only Tseng they are missing lol ;)..

seriously Taiwan can make a good account of themselves if they are all healthy by September the last time I heard them complete is yeah 2006...;)

sinobball
06-11-2011, 02:25 PM
Go Mongolia!!!! BEAT JAPAN!It'd be hilarious if that happens... Considering that Mongolia actually led CT at half time 46-43... they do have a somewhat large shot. Mongolia really improved under their Korean coach Park Sung-Keun. They are really short (average height=190?cm) but grabbed 22 offensive rebounds against CT.

Shinen Sedbazar led Mongolia with 17 and 8 rebounds, Davassambuu Delgemy had 14 and 12, Tsetsegee Mergen had 10 and 10, Battuvshin Bilguun had 8 and 8, Sainbayar Batbyamba and Oyunbileg Sainbayar each had 4 and 4.

http://sports.cntv.cn/index.shtml?chlType=f108&zhibo8
http://zh-tw.justin.tv/jack00662#/w/1320335536
These sites may have live streams during games

The stats from the China-HK game: Meng Duo 22p, Yi Li 18p 6a, Yu Shulong 17p, Su Wei 14p, "Max" Zhang Zhaoxu 9p 17r; Chow Kin-Wan led HK with 11.
Chen and Wu is still there, it is only Tseng they are missing lol ;)..Other than Tseng, they are also missing 3 important players Lin Chih-Chieh, Tien Lei and "Jet" Chang Tsung-Hsien (NCAA D2 Final Four MIP and their leading scorer in 2009 FIBA-Asia).

Roseblade13
06-11-2011, 03:24 PM
Well even Japan is still on it's experimental stage for now especially what happened in Japan and perhaps CT getting an american coach Bob Hill who also coaches in japan as consultant is a great help

zoman114
06-11-2011, 07:16 PM
Shinen Sedbazar led Mongolia with 17 and 8 rebounds, Davassambuu Delgemy had 14 and 12, Tsetsegee Mergen had 10 and 10, Battuvshin Bilguun had 8 and 8, Sainbayar Batbyamba and Oyunbileg Sainbayar each had 4 and 4.

The stats from the China-HK game: Meng Duo 22p, Yi Li 18p 6a, Yu Shulong 17p, Su Wei 14p, "Max" Zhang Zhaoxu 9p 17r; Chow Kin-Wan led HK with 11.Other than Tseng, they are also missing 3 important players Lin Chih-Chieh, Tien Lei and "Jet" Chang Tsung-Hsien (NCAA D2 Final Four MIP and their leading scorer in 2009 FIBA-Asia).

Hey sinobball great job on the stats! Where'd you get them? Is there a website?

reamily
06-11-2011, 09:43 PM
One thing I noticed is that in this side of Asia Taiwan, Japan, Korea and China going American/NBA style while us a country who is known for American style bball now try to go European with its national team strange;)

rocketstar47
06-12-2011, 01:54 AM
Korea is a contender on September

usausa
06-12-2011, 06:09 AM
Any streams for the Japan-Mongolia game? Can't read Chinese, much appreciated!

Kings
06-12-2011, 08:42 AM
1st end: CHN 15 KOR 10

CHN: Meng Duo and Zhang Bo 6pts
KOR: Oh Sakeun 4pts

Kings
06-12-2011, 09:09 AM
Half time: CHN 28 KOR 26

CHN: Yi Li 9pts
KOR: Lee Seung Jun 9pts

Kings
06-12-2011, 09:48 AM
3rd end: CHN 47 KOR 38

CHN: Yi Li 9pts
KOR: Lee Seung Jun 11pts

kaiziken_pinas
06-12-2011, 10:17 AM
Damn Mongolia lost, 94-73!!!!

Kings
06-12-2011, 10:23 AM
Full time: CHN 61 KOR 54

CHN: Meng Duo 14pts
KOR: Oh Sakeun 14pts

Kings
06-12-2011, 10:30 AM
Semifinal

TPE - KOR
CHN - JPN

reamily
06-12-2011, 10:35 AM
China Bench defeated Korea A team?:eek::D:D:D:D

Seriously isn't surprising;)

Kings
06-12-2011, 10:39 AM
China "2"
Korea "1.5"

Zhang
06-12-2011, 11:10 AM
The game between China B team and Korea is really interesting!
At first, the referee looks like very exciting, he blows three consecutive fouls in less than 10 seconds of China,and at that time the game almost just started.
Lots of body contact, Korean hit Han Shuo, and his head is bleeding after that.Yi Li's eyes is also punched by a Korean. When Dong Hanlin tried to dunk, a Korean player just punched his head, this almost triggered a fight between the two teams.

Zhang
06-12-2011, 11:29 AM
http://ww3.sinaimg.cn/bmiddle/67972e52tw1di4evnja4kj.jpg

zoman114
06-12-2011, 02:41 PM
Day 3 Results:


Japan over Mongolia, 94-73
Quarter scoring: 28-17, 45-33, 67-51, 94-73
- After Mongolia surprised Chinese-Taipei with a strong showing, Japan stamped their class on the hapless Mongolians today.
- Japan was led by Takuya Kawamura's 29 point explosion. He was supported by Shinsuke Kashiwagi's 20 and Takumi Ishizaki's 18.
- Mongolia leaned on the 24 points of Uuganbayar Oyuntsetseg and the 19 of Battuvshin Bilguun



China over S. Korea, 61-54
Quarter scoring: 15-10, 28-26, 47-38, 61-54
- This was a tense and physical contest with a handful of players fouling out.
- China's Han Shuo was given a blow to the head that resulted in him getting bloodied.
- It was a very low-scoring affair for both teams, despite their firepower and skill level.
- China will face Japan in the semis and S. Korea will go up against Taiwan.
- China was led by Meng Duo's 14 points while Su Wei and Yi Li each scored 11
- Oh Se-Keun and Lee Seung-Jun top scored for the Koreans with 12 and 11 respectively.

usausa
06-12-2011, 04:26 PM
Mongolia-Japan boxscore
http://www.japanbasketball.jp/event/eacb_men/2011/pdf/105-20110612-MGL_JPN_B.pdf

sinobball
06-13-2011, 02:42 PM
http://img3.cache.netease.com/photo/0005/2011-06-12/76C6GIEI0AEV0005.jpg
Mo Ke punched in chest

http://img3.cache.netease.com/photo/0005/2011-06-12/76CE69QN0AEV0005.jpg
Yi Li poked in eye

http://img3.cache.netease.com/photo/0005/2011-06-12/76CE61S30AEV0005.jpg
Han Shuo bloodied in the head

http://img4.cache.netease.com/photo/0005/2011-06-12/76CE61MS0AEV0005.jpg
At least China NT was not in another fight (at home) again.

Good coaching debut by Li Nan, BTW.

b3lowzro
06-13-2011, 02:51 PM
how come China is using a different template for their jerseys since both S. Korea and China are supported by Nike?

Kings
06-14-2011, 10:15 AM
HKG 87 MGL 83

KOR 69 TPE 61

KOR: Lee Seung Jun 13pts 8reb
TPE: Chen Hsin-An 10pts 9reb

Kings
06-14-2011, 01:30 PM
Full time: JPN 72 CHN 62

sinobball
06-14-2011, 02:25 PM
Full time: JPN 72 CHN 62Half time: CHN 38 JPN 24
WTF WTF WTF complete meltdown

China: Zhang Zhaoxu 16p 9r; nobody else was in double figures. Meng Duo had 7 turnovers and shot 3/14FG; Su Wei had 2 points and 6 turnovers.

Japan: Takeuchi Kosuke, Hiroshi Kenta and Kashiwagi Shinsuke each had 13; while Kawamura Takuya added 10. K. Takeuchi also had 11 rebounds.

China had 46 rebounds to Japan's 35 but committed 26 turnovers to Japan's 12. Humiliating loss by Li Nan in his 2nd career coaching game (he never coached in CBA or any club team). Also some of these dudes (Meng "ballhog" Duo for example should say byebye to Wuhan).


What hurts the most is the loss took place in Nanjing, almost hard to swallow for Chinese people. Also, China is now 1-5 against Japan since 2005.... Of course the 5 losses are all "B" teams coached by noobs.

Kings
06-14-2011, 02:51 PM
Box Score (http://www.japanbasketball.jp/event/eacb_men/2011/pdf/109-20110614_JPN_CHN_B.pdf)

CKR13
06-15-2011, 12:34 AM
I am surprised of the result as well but China "A" vs. Japan will be completely different. Kashiwagi has lost some of his explosiveness compared to his younger days but has an improved perimeter jumpshot.

sinobball
06-15-2011, 02:02 PM
China destroyed Chinese Taipei 87-53 while Korea beat Japan 89-73 for gold. The funny thing is China "B" never had any problem with CT in recent memories but always loses to Japan; while CT seems to always beat Japan.

BTW, nice new avatar, CKR13. Diao Chan, Xi Shi, Wang Zhaojun and Yang Yuhuan :D

zoman114
06-16-2011, 12:26 AM
East Asian Basketball Championship scores for June 15, 2011

Results:

China over Taiwan, 87-53
Quarter scoring: 23-15, 34-26, 64-37, 87-53
- Taiwan saved their worst game for last as China pounded them with superior size and shooting.
- Meng Duo led China with 22 points, and he was ably supported by Zhang Bo's 13 and Zhang Zhaoxu's 12.
- Zhaoxu has made a good account of himself in the tourney and should crack the NT along with Su Wei, Yi Li and either Meng Duo or Zhang Bo.
- Once again, the brightest spot for the Taiwanese was Chien Chia-Hung's 19-point effort. Looks like he has really benefited from the absence of Lin Chih-Chieh, and he should be a crack shooter for Taiwan in the upcoming FIBA-Asia Championship.



S. Korea over Japan, 89-73
Quarter scoring: 25-13, 40-37, 63-54, 89-73
- The Koreans asserted their supremacy over their East Asian neighbors, and have served notice that they will be a strong force in the FIBA-Asia Championship.
- Korea's efficient offensive assault was headlined by Yang Dong-Geun's 26 points. Kang Byung-Hyun and Cho Sung-Min also delivered with 20 and 19 markers each.
- On the other hand, Japan choked after upsetting the Chinese in the semifinals. They were able to trim the gap to manageable numbers at several points, but the Koreans repeatedly kept them at bay. Kosuke Takeuchi scored 15 points to lead Japan while Takuya Kawamura added 12.

CKR13
06-16-2011, 12:29 AM
BTW, nice new avatar, CKR13. Diao Chan, Xi Shi, Wang Zhaojun and Yang Yuhuan

Thanks! I have been writing an essay on Chinese Women's Fashion Sense through out the noteable periods of China's history. What better way to start is with the Four Beauties.


http://jumpball.co.kr/jump_imgs/04/20110615/ntmain_0.jpg

Anyways, on South Korea Kim Seung Won and Kim Jong Gyu will most likely make way to Kim Joo Sung and Ha Seung Jin.

Kings
06-16-2011, 12:48 AM
Group A

Jun 10 KOR 134 HKG 47

1st: 28 - 5
2nd: 42 - 12
3rd: 31 - 11
4th: 33 - 19

KOR: Kim Jong Kyu 23pts
HKG: Liang Man Hung 14pts

Jun 11 CHN 104 HKG 43

1st: 28 - 5
2nd: 21 - 11
3rd: 35 - 12
4th: 20 - 15

CHN: Meng Duo 22pts 4reb 3ast
HKG: Chow Kin Wan 11pts 5reb

Jun 12 CHN 61 KOR 54

1st: 15 - 10
2nd: 13 - 15
3rd: 19 - 12
4th: 14 - 16

CHN: Su Wei 11pts 12reb
KOR: Oh Sekeun 12pts 9reb

Group B

Jun 10 TPE 75 JPN 74

1st: 13 - 14
2nd: 14 - 18
3rd: 25 - 17
4th: 23 - 25

TPE: Chen Hsin-An 16pts
JPN: Takuya Kawamura 28pts 3reb 3ast

Jun 11 TPE 85 MGL 71

1st: 25 - 30
2nd: 18 - 16
3rd: 18 - 11
4th: 24 - 14

TPE: Lee Hsueh-Lin 9pts 3reb 6ast 4stl
MGL: Davaasambuu Delgernyam 14pts 12reb

Jun 12 JPN 94 MGL 73

1st: 28 - 17
2nd: 19 - 16
3rd: 22 - 18
4th: 25 - 22

JPN: Takuya Kawamura 29pts 6reb 3ast
MGL: Oyuntsetseg Uuganbayar 24pts 4reb 3stl

5th to 6th Place

Jun 14 HKG 87 MGL 83

1st: 10 - 14
2nd: 26 - 24
3rd: 30 - 18
4th: 21 - 27

HKG: Chow Kin Wan 29pts
MGL: Bataa Munkhbold 16pts

1/2 Final

Jun 14 KOR 69 TPE 61

1st: 19 - 11
2nd: 16 - 17
3rd: 15 - 18
4th: 19 - 15

KOR: Lee Seung Jun 13pts 8reb
TPE: Chen Hsin-An 10pts 9reb

Jun 14 JPN 72 CHN 62

1st: 12 - 15
2nd: 12 - 23
3rd: 26 - 10
4th: 22 - 14

JPN: Kosuke Takeuchi 13pts 11reb
CHN: Zhang Zhaoxu 16pts 9reb

3rd to 4th Place

Jun 15 CHN 87 TPE 53

1st: 23 - 15
2nd: 11 - 11
3rd: 30 - 11
4th: 23 - 16

CHN: Zhangzhaoxu 12pts 13reb 3blk
TPE: Chien Chia-Hung 19pts

Final

Jun 15 KOR 89 JPN 73

1st: 25 - 13
2nd: 15 - 24
3rd: 23 - 17
4th: 26 - 19

KOR: Yang Dong Geun 26pts 6ast
JPN: Kosuke Takeuchi 15pts 9reb

reamily
06-16-2011, 01:07 PM
Chien Chia-Hung is a forward right:D so he will not have to join the potential ball hogging contest between Chen, Jay Lin, Jet Chang and far fetch Jeremy Lin:eek

sinobball
06-17-2011, 12:26 AM
- Once again, the brightest spot for the Taiwanese was Chien Chia-Hung's 19-point effort. Looks like he has really benefited from the absence of Lin Chih-Chieh, and he should be a crack shooter for Taiwan in the upcoming FIBA-Asia Championship.Chien is a PF/C. At 197cm he's even shorter than the PF/Cs in the Philippines. :rolleyes:

reamily
06-17-2011, 12:51 PM
Chien is a PF/C. At 197cm he's even shorter than the PF/Cs in the Philippines. :rolleyes:

sir our nt top power forward measures not more than 194 cm(Baracael):D:cool:


but on a serious note Taiwanaese big men has the talent to play face up and back to the basket.. In the Phliipines is a rarity to see one to do both, we have excellent back to the basket players but below average face to the basket and vice versa:D