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Kings
06-12-2011, 12:37 PM
Jun 23 IRI 72 JOR 70
Jun 23 IRQ 85 SYR 92
Jun 24 SYR 62 IRI 83
Jun 24 IRQ 77 JOR 79
Jun 25 JOR 92 SYR 75
Jun 25 IRQ 52 IRI 93

1. IRI 3W - 0L
2. JOR 2W - 1L
3. SYR 1W - 2L
4. IRQ 0W - 3L

Grimjow
06-12-2011, 08:49 PM
I thought Lebanon already qualified since they won the Stankovic cup? :confused:

usausa
06-12-2011, 11:29 PM
I thought Lebanon already qualified since they won the Stankovic cup? :confused:

They did.

The three best teams excluding Lebanon qualify. I'm sure for them it'll be a warmup or it will be used the way Japan and China and Korea have; using the tournament to give B players a chance to impress and possibly make the A squad.

wilo22
06-13-2011, 11:33 AM
We will play with our B national team

Grimjow
06-13-2011, 01:57 PM
Ha! Right :D

krisbeau
06-15-2011, 05:50 AM
I'm Excited about the FIBA Asia Championship. Maybe Iran or China will be the champion again.

leb-basket
06-15-2011, 06:43 AM
lebanon has officially withdrawn from the tournament

Jalaa_Syria
06-15-2011, 09:41 AM
the new schedule

Jun 23 IRI vs. JOR
Jun 23 IRQ vs. SYR
Jun 24 SYR vs. IRI
Jun 24 IRQ vs. JOR
Jun 25 JOR vs. SYR
Jun 25 IRQ vs. IRI

Jalaa_Syria
06-20-2011, 11:58 AM
Syria Roster :

Michel Maadanly (195-G-81)
Ioanis Deeb (180-G-86)
Wiliam Haddad (186-G-87) [He plays in the 2nd Division]
Mohammed Nour Diarbakrly (183-G-88)
Wael Jlilati (194-G/F-88)
Ahmad Ishak (194-F-86)
Eder Araujo (212-F-81)
Sameer Al-Daks (195-F-84)
Hakam Al-Abduallah (197-F-82)
Mehydine Kasaballi (208-C-84)
Marcelo Correa (206-C-77)
Wissam Yakoub (212-C-82)

Head Coach : Mansur Bajramovic
Assistant Coach : Alaa Jokhaji

reamily
06-20-2011, 08:42 PM
Sir Jalaa did your NSA get their wish of getting players outside Al Jalaa:D:eek:

Jalaa_Syria
06-21-2011, 12:36 PM
Sir Jalaa did your NSA get their wish of getting players outside Al Jalaa:D:eek:

They will never get this , they tried to do this but most of the player who are outside Jalaa are not ready.

zoman114
06-23-2011, 06:16 AM
Are there any websites that will have stats, game reports, and photos from the West Asia tournament?

makotosing
06-23-2011, 05:51 PM
Iran 72 Jordan 70

Jalaa_Syria
06-23-2011, 05:55 PM
Syria 92 - 85 Iraq

usausa
06-24-2011, 02:51 AM
Syria getting revenge from last year's Stankovic Cup on Iraq.

Jalaa_Syria
06-24-2011, 03:35 PM
Iran 83
Syria 62

usausa
06-25-2011, 05:44 AM
Jordan 79-77 Iraq

Standings
Iran 2-0 155-132 +23
Jordan 1-1 149-149 0
Syria 1-1 154-168 -14
Iraq 0-2 162-171 -9

Tomorrow
Syria-Joran
Iran-Iraq

Iran has clinched a spot in FIBA Asia 2011. The winner of Syria-Joran will also clinch. Iraq will have to beat Iraq by a good amount to have a shot.

makotosing
06-25-2011, 06:37 AM
????
beat who?
iraq is already out
its win over the other rule in case of tie...

usausa
06-25-2011, 03:20 PM
????
beat who?
iraq is already out
its win over the other rule in case of tie...

I think you're right....when I typed it lsat night it was 2am and I was tired...wasn't thinking straight. But yes, head-to-head should be the first tie breaker...when I was thinking it out last night I was thinking of point differential and goal averge...but as I said, I had been up way too long and nothing I was typing wsa making sense lol...and yes, Iraq should be out.

Jalaa_Syria
06-25-2011, 03:36 PM
Jordan 92
Syria 75

Jalaa_Syria
06-25-2011, 06:50 PM
Iran 93
Iraq 52

zoman114
06-27-2011, 05:48 AM
2011 West Asian Basketball Championships Mini-Recap

I wanted to cover the 2011 WABA Championships as best I could, but there was a dearth of resources online, so it was practically impossible. Anyway, all we know is that Iran topped the tournament by sweeping all three of its games. Jordan followed suit by escaping Iraq and dismantling Syria. Syria edged Iraq on Day 1 to finish with a lone victory against two losses. In the end, Iran, Jordan and Syria will join Lebanon as the WABA representatives to the 2011 FIBA-Asia Men's Championship in Wuhan, China, while the WABA hosts, Iraq, stay home and go back to the drawing board.

Day 1:
Iran over Jordan, 72-70
QS: 21-11, 36-36, 47-50, 72-70

Syria over Iraq, 92-85
QS: 21-26, 48-42, 77-69, 92-85

Day 2:
Iran over Syria, 83-62
QS: 13-16, 36-27, 55-45, 83-62

Jordan over Iraq, 79-77
QS: 13-21, 27-42, 49-58, 79-77

Day 3:
Jordan over Syria, 92-75
QS: 22-19, 50-32, 71-57, 92-75

Iran over Iraq, 93-52
QS: 29-12, 52-31, 77-39, 93-52


Qualified for 2011 FIBA Asia with Lebanon:
Iran
Jordan
Syria

b3lowzro
06-27-2011, 06:17 AM
Jordan almost beat Iran yet they squeaked past a weak Iraqi team, how could that happen

mohsena2631
06-28-2011, 10:53 AM
Jordan almost beat Iran yet they squeaked past a weak Iraqi team, how could that happen

how ? Iran always starts slow in any tournament and this time they had enough reasons to play bad in the first game, 6 hours in customs and then 8 hours travel by bus to the stadium ... :confused:
Iran federation thought Syria will withdraw so they didn't have any plan for this tournament !

The situation wasn't normal for all the teams (especially Iran), so you really can't count on the results.