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Thread: Day 1, Group C: Jordan 71-58 Syria; Japan 81-59 Indonesia

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    Default Day 1, Group C: Jordan 71-58 Syria; Japan 81-59 Indonesia

    * All time local (UTC/GMT +8)

    Jordan 71-58 Syria 9AM Wuhan Stadium
    Box: http://www.fibaasia.net/UserImages/G...1914195312.PDF
    JOR: Rasheim Wright 20p, Sam Daghlas 19p 6r 6a
    SYR: Wael Jlilati 13p, Vatche Nalbandian 11p

    Japan 81-59 Indonesia 1:30PM Wuhan Stadium
    Box: http://www.fibaasia.net/UserImages/G...0119150931.PDF
    JPN: Joji Takeuchi 11p 8r, Kosuke Takeuchi 10p 12r
    INA: Christian Setipu 14p 6r, Andi Poedjakesuma 12p
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    History favors the Jordanians more than it does for Syria. In addition to that, Jordan are a much better team right now. So I cant see anything, other than a Jordanian victory in this fixture.

    I also expect Japan to hammer the Indonesians.

    Therefore my winners are Japan and Jordan in this round.

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    These 2 games are easy to predict on who will win. I'd pick Jordan over Syria.
    Japan is way too strong for Indonesia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kutsuit View Post
    History favors the Jordanians more than it does for Syria. In addition to that, Jordan are a much better team right now. So I cant see anything, other than a Jordanian victory in this fixture.

    I also expect Japan to hammer the Indonesians.

    Therefore my winners are Japan and Jordan in this round.
    logical interpretation.

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    a no brainer.. Jordan and Japan of course!
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    Battle of two of the plainer uniforms in international basketball.
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    The last NT stint for Rasheim Wright. I guess he will play his heart out and lead the tournament in scoring again.
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    Am i seeing this one right? 36 to 31 in favor of Syria at the half?!


    GO SYRIA!
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    i love the new live scores. they made stats exciting. it's almost like watching a live game.

    syria too lucky/too good from the 3-point area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grinder View Post
    Where's Michael Madanly for Syria? Is he injured or just chose not to play?
    He's out of the line-up. Reports says he was drop-out of the team cause of his head was bulging like a balloon and was thinking about his superstar status. The coach didn't want a level-headed guy in the team.
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    Order restored, Jordan now has a double digit advantage in the 4th.

    Too bad i was cheering for Syria.
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    Every teams is keenly watching this. What is Syria doin' right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    Order restored, Jordan now has a double digit advantage in the 4th.

    Too bad i was cheering for Syria.
    What's the score DT? My Live-stats not working. Maybe the sites blocked here in my office.
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    opening day jitters??? 60-58 Jordan ...3:45 remaining

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    2 point lead for Jordan with 3 min to go
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    5-oh run for Jordan though.

    This is in the bag for Jordan.
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    68-58 1:min left Jordan

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    Good teams know how to close out ball games
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    71 -58 Jordan wins it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Good teams know how to close out ball games
    Good teams also want to flirt with danger as well

    (Or they just want to cover the spread )
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