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Kings
05-16-2013, 02:06 PM
Jun 20 Thailand 67 Singapore 49 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G1_SIN-THA.pdf)
Jun 20 Malaysia 67 Indonesia 64 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G2_INA-MAS.pdf)
Jun 21 Malaysia 64 Singapore 58 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G3_MAS-SIN.pdf)
Jun 21 Indonesia 89 Thailand 88 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G4_THA-INA.pdf)
Jun 22 Thailand 63 Malaysia 47 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G5_MAS-THA.pdf)
Jun 22 Singapore 74 Indonesia 64 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G6_INA-SIN.pdf)
Jun 23 Thailand 73 Malaysia 63 (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/SEABA_G7_FINAL_THA-MAS.pdf)

xander_marshall
06-05-2013, 02:34 PM
Date and Venue for the 10th SEABA Championship will be June 20-23, 2013 at Medan, Indonesia

source: http://fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=3425

lovejones
06-05-2013, 03:53 PM
The Philippines, being the host of FIBA Asia 2013, will skip this tourney.

It will be a great match though among the four remaining teams for the two allotted slots. Malaysia has become a lot stronger while Thailand seems to have Indonesia's number.

Fearless forecast: (1) Malaysia (2) Thailand

kaiziken_pinas
06-19-2013, 07:38 AM
Can't we like send the cadets or something? :(

Our names won't be on the pedestal, considering that this is the last SEABA Championship EVER. :( :( :( :(

logbi77
06-19-2013, 11:30 AM
http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2013/06/19/12301910/Aspac.Wakili.Indonesia.di.SEABA.2013

List of players Aspac in SEABA 2013:
Mario Gerungan
Xavier Prawiro
Khalid Akbar
Wahyu Hidayat Jati
Sanjaya Okiwira
Satya Handri Santosa
Rizky Effendi
Fandi Andika Ramadhani
Muhammad Ihsan Thoyib

reamily
06-19-2013, 12:56 PM
Even sending a club team, somehow someway Indonesia would make it to top 2 with an upset. We would see Jellybean coaching in Manila:cool:

tmlouk
06-19-2013, 06:16 PM
Any Infos about the roster of Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand?

sinobball
06-19-2013, 07:15 PM
Malaysia has a Filipino head coach Paul Daniel Advincula.

Rosters can be found on their official site: malaysia-basketball.com but it's all in Chinese and Google Translate can't translate Chinese names. Neither can I, since I'm not familiar with how their surnames are transliterated (depends on which part of China their ancestors are from; although given names are mostly transliteraed using Mainland China pinyin, which Taiwan will also start using.)

digitalsuperman
06-20-2013, 07:20 AM
Any Infos about the roster of Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand?

Singapore:
Chin Hong Tan
Hanbin Ng
Hua Sen Larry Liew
Jing Lun John Ng
Kian Huat Steven Khoo
Kok Chiang Delvin Goh
Mitchell Frederick Folkoff
Qingde Wu
Shengyu Lim
Wei Jie Desmond Oh
Wei Long Wong
Yong Cheng Justin Lim

Thailand:
Attaporn Lertmalaiporn
Bandit Lakhan
Chanachon Klahan
Danai Kongkum
Darongpan Apiromvilaichai
Darunpong Apiromvilaichai
Mana Jantuma
Piyapong Piroon
Sukhdave Ghogar
Supachai Sangthong
Wattana Suttisin
Wutipong Dasom

Malaysia:
Ban Sin Ooi
Chin Yong Wong
Hong Hoong Gan
Ivan Yeo
Juin Wip Chong
Sing Tee Ng
Tian Yuan Kuek
Wei Hong Choo
Wei Long Tan
Wen Keong Tong
Yeo Seng, John Ng

i know you didn't ask for this but i'll pull it up anyway:

Indonesia
Bima Risky Ardiansyah
Dirk Mathew Mario Gerungan
Fandi Andika Ramadhani
Ferdinand
Handri Satrya Santosa
Kelly Purwanto Nugroho
Khalif Akbar
Muhammad Isman Thoyib
Oki Wira Sanjaya
Rizky Effendi
Wahyu Widayat Jati
Xaverius Prawiro

digitalsuperman
06-20-2013, 07:23 AM
Indonesia and Thailands lineup are quite good. i think they'll faceoff in the finals. Indonesia is now fielding their next gen national players.

malaysia fielding in all chinese players. i wonder why batumalai isn't included. probably because he's old. :D

tmlouk
06-20-2013, 08:20 AM
Indonesia and Thailands lineup are quite good. i think they'll faceoff in the finals. Indonesia is now fielding their next gen national players.

malaysia fielding in all chinese players. i wonder why batumalai isn't included. probably because he's old. :D

what do u mean with " all chinese Players"?

Have these guys never played for Malaysia but for China before?

digitalsuperman
06-20-2013, 09:54 AM
what do u mean with " all chinese Players"?

Have these guys never played for Malaysia but for China before?

oh.sorry for that. they are still malaysian but with chinese descent. malaysian-chinese so-to-speak.

it isn't really that surprising. there isn't that much malays that are interested in playing hoops. they are into football. its just that those malaysian-chinese are the ones making up the pool for then national team. there are also those malaysian with tamil descent but not that much.

lovejones
06-20-2013, 10:08 AM
any news on the games? today's the first day right?

digitalsuperman
06-20-2013, 10:25 AM
any news on the games? today's the first day right?

live stats for Singapore vs Thailand.. 1st quarter just ended.


http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/54/760OO92YrnEwM/

logbi77
06-20-2013, 04:27 PM
Singapore 49 Thailand 67 (http://www.sportingpulse.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=384899746&c=11-7918-0-265899-0&pool=-1)

Indonesia 64 Malaysia 67 (http://www.sportingpulse.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=384899742&c=11-7918-0-265899-0&pool=-1)

lovejones
06-20-2013, 09:35 PM
Singapore 49 Thailand 67 (http://www.sportingpulse.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=384899746&c=11-7918-0-265899-0&pool=-1)

Indonesia 64 Malaysia 67 (http://www.sportingpulse.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=384899742&c=11-7918-0-265899-0&pool=-1)

As expected, Thailand and Malaysia came up on top.

If Indonesia loses to Thailand tonight, it's all over for them.

greenarcher
06-20-2013, 10:50 PM
Why didn't Indonesia suit up Mario Wuysang, Christian Sitepu and Arky Wisnu? Basketball politics?

No Guga, Shee Fai Loh and Kwaan Yoon Jing for Malaysia either.

lovejones
06-20-2013, 11:57 PM
Why didn't Indonesia suit up Mario Wuysang, Christian Sitepu and Arky Wisnu? Basketball politics?

No Guga, Shee Fai Loh and Kwaan Yoon Jing for Malaysia either.

For Indonesia, they got their players from the the champion of their domestic NBL league with a few reinforcements (Ferdinand is one of them).

Don't know about Malaysia.

reamily
06-20-2013, 11:59 PM
Why didn't Indonesia suit up Mario Wuysang, Christian Sitepu and Arky Wisnu? Basketball politics?

No Guga, Shee Fai Loh and Kwaan Yoon Jing for Malaysia either.

Maybe they don't want the result of the draw...kaw ba naman..

Seriously Indonesia has sent the aspac team.. Indonesia Warriors is the team where the best Indonesian players play(where we based it from talent) second is SM Britama..

Good performance by Thailand considering they didn't hit a single 3 point shot and we knew the players of this team knows how to play rugged..

logbi77
06-21-2013, 02:58 PM
Malaysia 64 Singapore 58 (http://www.sportingpulse.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=385205420&c=11-7918-0-265899-0&pool=-1)

Thailand 88 Indonesia 89 OT (http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/57/76QJGxXhNr4FY/#SEABA)

reamily
06-21-2013, 03:19 PM
De La Salle should be one proud school...They produced National team standouts out of their benchwarmers...:cool:

seigle42
06-21-2013, 04:05 PM
Indonesia
Bima Risky Ardiansyah
Dirk Mathew Mario Gerungan
Fandi Andika Ramadhani
Ferdinand
Handri Satrya Santosa
Kelly Purwanto Nugroho
Khalif Akbar
Muhammad Isman Thoyib
Oki Wira Sanjaya
Rizky Effendi
Wahyu Widayat Jati
Xaverius Prawiro

Ferdinand who played for lasalle?

seigle42
06-21-2013, 04:26 PM
should join philippines for numbers seaba title. smart gilas cadet team or any team from pba d-league for international exposure.

lovejones
06-22-2013, 03:27 AM
Ferdinand who played for lasalle?

The one and only

digitalsuperman
06-22-2013, 04:51 AM
The one and only

ferdinand did good in their win against Thailand. he had 12 points for that game. had a pretty good stats throughout the game.

digitalsuperman
06-22-2013, 04:53 AM
For Indonesia, they got their players from the the champion of their domestic NBL league with a few reinforcements (Ferdinand is one of them).

Don't know about Malaysia.

most of the senior players for the national team are members of the ABL Team. in which they just ended their campaign and still having a much deserved vacation. if ever indonesia makes it to the FIBA Asia, expect the lineup will change.

malaysia is fielding its next generation players. they are doing pretty well in this competition. i would expect some members of this team will join the dragons next season.probably the one's with stellar performances.

reamily
06-22-2013, 11:42 AM
Don't get me wrong Thailand and Malaysia are sending their A teams.. As John Ng, Yeo is in the lineup and as if there is a huge difference in talent level between their players...but too bad for Indonesia the gap of talent level between Mario Wuysang and the rest of the team is so far evident with the level up of competion(in abl) his game also levels up if we compare him if his performace in their local league..

Thailand is leading the ballgame against Malaysia by 21.. if they hold on they will go on to Manila..

greenarcher
06-22-2013, 12:04 PM
Thailand on its way to beat Malaysia with a score of 42-18 at halftime. So who will make it to FIBA Asia?

Malaysia beats Indonesia 67-64
Indonesia beats Thailand 89-88
Thailand beats Malaysia ???

logbi77
06-22-2013, 12:05 PM
Malaysia are in trouble. Down 18-42 vs Thailand so far. If Indonesia wins against Singapore today, Malaysia will fall down to 3rd place if this score keeps up.

http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/58/87jpUptXAOCwc/
(http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/58/87jpUptXAOCwc/)
I think Malaysia needs to keep the deficit by 5 at most if they are to keep 2nd place in the standings. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.

Quotient before the Malaysia-Thailand game

Malaysia +3
Thailand -1
Indonesia -2

greenarcher
06-22-2013, 12:35 PM
Well a full-forced Indonesian team deserves a spot in FIBA Asia. They should bring in their "big guns" to Manila if they do get a slot.

Thailand has definitely improved from their stint in the ABL as evident in today's game.

reamily
06-22-2013, 12:43 PM
Well a full-forced Indonesian team deserves a spot in FIBA Asia. They should bring in their "big guns" to Manila if they do get a slot.

Thailand has definitely improved from their stint in the ABL as evident in today's game.

More likely not.. their sight might be on the "SEA games" thats why you see a club team playing here..

As for Thailand, Ghogar and Klahan two of their toughest players played sparingly...

logbi77
06-22-2013, 12:52 PM
Malaysia 47 Thailand 63 (http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/58/87jpUptXAOCwc/)

Indonesia 64 Singapore 74 (http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/08/08/59/43lO1aP43aS8w/)

Malaysia and Thailand advance to FIBA Asia

greenarcher
06-22-2013, 01:49 PM
Uh oh... Things are indeed getting more interesting.

It's stupid to focus on SEAG and not FIBA Asia when FIBA Asia can be used as a training ground for SEAG.

If Indonesia doesn't make it they only have themselves to blame.

logbi77
06-22-2013, 02:10 PM
And Indonesia have caught up. Lead is down to 6, 54-48.

Indonesia fightback fell short. They got the lead down to 3 points, 54-51 before Singapore recovered and extended the lead to double-digits again.

greenarcher
06-22-2013, 02:38 PM
Singapore ends up winning. Quotient will kick in now.

logbi77
06-22-2013, 02:44 PM
2013 SEABA Standings

1. Thailand 2-1
2. Malaysia 2-1
3. Singapore 1-2
4. Indonesia 1-2

Finals tomorrow between Thailand and Malaysia for the SEABA crown. Basically a rematch of today's game.

digitalsuperman
06-22-2013, 03:04 PM
Don't get me wrong Thailand and Malaysia are sending their A teams.. As John Ng, Yeo is in the lineup and as if there is a huge difference in talent level between their players...but too bad for Indonesia the gap of talent level between Mario Wuysang and the rest of the team is so far evident with the level up of competion(in abl) his game also levels up if we compare him if his performace in their local league..

Thailand is leading the ballgame against Malaysia by 21.. if they hold on they will go on to Manila..

Malaysia is sending a mixed personnel. kwan yoon jing, guga and batumalai are not there. they should've made the difference for malaysia. Thailand is sending its strongest team.

as for indonesia, there's nothing much they could do as the seniors are taking rest from their ABL stint. while senior players from malaysia are doing the same.

i think thailad will win this seaba championship.

lovejones
06-22-2013, 10:06 PM
The Philippines, being the host of FIBA Asia 2013, will skip this tourney.

It will be a great match though among the four remaining teams for the two allotted slots. Malaysia has become a lot stronger while Thailand seems to have Indonesia's number.

Fearless forecast: (1) Malaysia (2) Thailand

As I have predicted, both Malaysia and Thailand will book the last two tickets to Manila.

I feel bad for Indonesia. They have a growing domestic basketball league (NBL), a strong ABL team, and they still couldn't pull it off.

greenarcher
06-23-2013, 04:08 AM
If the Indonesia Warriors really just wanted to "rest" then they have no one else to blame for their demise.

This tournament is just 4 games with the last game (championship) just for formality. How tiring can this tourney be? It's not like they were exhausted in the ABL playoffs anyway, only Wuysang played heavy minutes. The other locals played sparingly.

reamily
06-23-2013, 07:30 AM
If the Indonesia Warriors really just wanted to "rest" then they have no one else to blame for their demise.

This tournament is just 4 games wtoith the last game (championship) just for formality. How tiring can this tourney be? It's not like they were exhausted in the ABL playoffs anyway, only Wuysang played heavy minutes. The other locals played sparingly.

Told ya.,

reamily
06-23-2013, 12:49 PM
Someone wants to hide their nt by showing to us the followers of sea basketball that hey we can never get the job done..so don't bother scout us:cool::cool:..

Thailand's NT back in Asia Cup qualifiers is same as their SEABA championship team making them a medal contenders coming SEA games..

Malaysia would send a team who can shoot the lights out..

the rest are minnows..All SEA teams can be beaten by our cadet team if we prepare hard for SEA games

digitalsuperman
06-23-2013, 01:46 PM
If the Indonesia Warriors really just wanted to "rest" then they have no one else to blame for their demise.

This tournament is just 4 games with the last game (championship) just for formality. How tiring can this tourney be? It's not like they were exhausted in the ABL playoffs anyway, only Wuysang played heavy minutes. The other locals played sparingly.

true. i wonder why even rony gunawan didn't play. he would've made a difference.