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Kings
03-05-2013, 11:43 PM
Group A

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29/06 Chinese Taipei 73 Taiwan 56
06/07 Chinese Taipei 70 Japan 62
07/07 Chinese Taipei 89 USA 84
08/07 Chinese Taipei 63 Lebanon 83
09/07 Chinese Taipei 91 Jordan 61
11/07 Chinese Taipei 90 Taiwan 89
12/07 Chinese Taipei 62 Egypt 72
13/07 Chinese Taipei 67 Iran 72
14/07 Chinese Taipei 73 South Korea 60


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14/06 Jordan 52 Algeria 58
15/06 Jordan 59 Tunisia 67
06/07 Jordan 57 Iran 64
07/07 Jordan 65 Egypt 89
09/07 Jordan 61 Chinese Taipei 91
10/07 Jordan 86 Taiwan 77
11/07 Jordan 57 South Korea 67
12/07 Jordan 69 Lebanon 67
13/07 Jordan 74 Japan 65
14/07 Jordan 71 USA 81


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18/07 Philippines 76 New Zealand 77
26/07 Philippines 92 Kazakhstan 89


Group B

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28/06 Japan 86 Philippines 67
29/06 Japan 83 Philippines 76
30/06 Japan 88 Philippines 61
06/07 Japan 62 Chinese Taipei 70
07/07 Japan 72 Lebanon 79
08/07 Japan 59 Egypt 64
10/07 Japan 56 USA 64
11/07 Japan 55 Iran 60
12/07 Japan 66 South Korea 75
13/07 Japan 65 Jordan 74
14/07 Japan 96 Taiwan 81


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11/07 Qatar 54 Tunisia 83
13/07 Qatar 64 Tunisia 76
15/07 Qatar 71 Lithuania 85
17/07 Qatar 66 Lithuania 86
19/07 Qatar 73 Egypt 77
21/07 Qatar 67 Egypt 72


Group C

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07/06 China 61 Australia 55
09/06 China 50 Australia 85
12/06 China 65 Australia 68
14/06 China 88 Australia 81
23/06 China 75 Ukraine 67
25/06 China 70 Ukraine 67
05/07 China 58 Nigeria 52
06/07 China 73 Puerto Rico 62
07/07 China 58 Argentina 66
09/07 China 44 Argentina 61
19/07 China 60 Iceland 48
20/07 China 80 F.Y.R. of Macedonia 60
21/07 China 77 Montenegro 74
24/07 China 79 New Zealand 67
26/07 China 63 New Zealand 62


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11/06 Iran 70 Algeria 65
12/06 Iran 71 Tunisia 60
13/06 Iran 50 Egypt 66
14/06 Iran 63 Turkey 71
15/06 Iran 74 Italy 75
06/07 Iran 64 Jordan 57
08/07 Iran 77 Taiwan 64
09/07 Iran 90 Egypt 54
10/07 Iran 71 South Korea 68
11/07 Iran 60 Japan 55
12/07 Iran 86 USA 62
13/07 Iran 72 Chinese Taipei 67


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06/07 South Korea 80 Egypt 63
07/07 South Korea 81 Taiwan 60
08/07 South Korea 85 USA 79
09/07 South Korea 61 Lebanon 52
10/07 South Korea 68 Iran 71
11/07 South Korea 67 Jordan 57
12/07 South Korea 75 Japan 66
14/07 South Korea 60 Chinese Taipei 73


Group D

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26/07 Kazakhstan 89 Philippines 92

d_viper
06-11-2013, 04:03 PM
IRN/PHI/CHN/JPN/JOR – Build-up to Manila gathers steam

ISTANBUL (FIBA Asia Championship/FIBA Basketball World Cup) - Iran may be the team to beat when the FIBA Asia Championship is held in the Philippines later this summer but as their failed attempt to capture a third straight title in 2011 showed, anything can happen.

The Iranians were derailed in the Quarter-Finals by Jordan.

"We learned a lot from it and I'm pretty sure at the next tournament, we're just going to go step by step and only think about the game that we have that day," Arsalan Kazemi, one of the emerging stars in the international game, said to FIBA.com earlier this year.

All of the national sides are in full swing as they prepare for the Philippines, where the FIBA Asia Championship is to be staged 1-11 August.

Iran, after a short training camp in Tehran, have flown to Istanbul, where they competed in the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

In Turkey, the Iranians will have a nine-day training camp and play in friendly games.

Coach Memi Becirovic has a veteran-laden side that includes NBA center Hamed Haddadi, Samad Nikkah Bahrami, Javad Davari, Asghar Kardoust, while Kazemi is in the United States preparing for the NBA Draft.

Meanwhile, the Philippines have travelled to Lithuania for series of training sessions and warm-up games.

"We came here liking each other," coach Chot Reyes tweeted.

“We will eat, sleep, and train together for 15 days until we grow sick and tired of each other. Warts and all.

"Thirty practices in 15 days away from our families. It will not be easy. But this is what we signed up for - for history."

As far as their friendly encounters, the Philippines won a couple before falling to LSU-Baltai, 89-86, on Sunday in Klaipeda.

Reyes tweeted: "Talo, 89-86. Just like that, week 1 is done. 9 practices, 3 games. Now d tediousness, homesickness & fatigue are kicking in. How do we react?"

After a couple of games against Lithuania's U20 team and another against LSU-Baltai, the Philippines will depart for Japan to take on their national team.

The Japanese, meanwhile, have had a couple of weeks off after working out at the Ajinomoto Training Center.

They are to gather again on Wednesday.

Karpenisi, Greece, is where Jordan have been working out with their new coach Vangelis Aleksandris.

The Greek coach said on the FIBA Asia website: "Karpenisi is a great location. I have started the training of many of my teams in the past here and the results invariably have been fantastic.

"Our team is very young. I am not scared of that, because we have done an excellent job in preparation. I thank all my colleagues and the federation for accepting the proposal to train at Karpenisi."

As for the aim of reaching the FIBA Basketball World Cup, Aleksandris said: "I always set high goals in my career and I have the confidence in my players to achieve our goal."

China, now led by former Greece national team coach Panagiotis Giannakis, have returned home after playing the first two games of the Sino-Australia Challenge.

The defending champions of Asia won the first encounter but lost the second.

Giannakis was not present, meanwhile, at a meeting held at the request of his club side Limoges with France's LNB in Paris on Monday.

Limoges have been unsettled by the decision by Giannakis to accept the head coaching position of China and want a new arrangement with the Greek.

While the coach wasn't present, his representatives were.

A statement by Limoges said: "To this end, we have made several proposals, and despite the length of the debate, discussions were unsuccessful."

As it is, Giannakis remains under contract with Limoges yet is also focused intently on preparing China for the FIBA Asia Championship.

The Chinese host Games 3 and 4 of the Sino-Australia Challenge on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.

FIBA

chacharko
07-30-2013, 08:35 AM
India:

22nd July – India (91) Vs Pasa Yildirim Club (49)

25th July – India (108) Vs Cameroon Team (65)

26th July – India ((82) Vs Combined Turkish Club (51)

27th July – India (88) Vs Tildirim Bosna Club (50)

Cameroun.. wtf? With which players Cameroun did Cameroun play?

tmlouk
07-30-2013, 01:17 PM
India:

22nd July – India (91) Vs Pasa Yildirim Club (49)

25th July – India (108) Vs Cameroon Team (65)

26th July – India ((82) Vs Combined Turkish Club (51)

27th July – India (88) Vs Tildirim Bosna Club (50)

Cameroun.. wtf? With which players Cameroun did Cameroun play?

it was a professinal Club Team from Cameroon, not the NT

Aqib600
06-11-2014, 06:40 AM
You should repair the cricket team must.