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Thread: Day 2, Group B: Chinese Taipei 81-71 Uzbekistan; Iran 40-4 Qatar

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    Default Day 2, Group B: Chinese Taipei 81-71 Uzbekistan; Iran 40-4 Qatar

    * All time local (UTC/GMT +8)

    Chinese Taipei 81-71 Uzbekistan 11AM Wuhan Stadium
    Box: http://www.fibaasia.net/UserImages/G...1915213712.PDF
    TPE: "Jet" Chang Tsung-Hsien 15p, James Chia-En Mao 13p
    UZB: Gennadiy Zinovev 17p, Vyacheslav Belokurov 12p

    Iran 40-4 Qatar 6PM Wuhan Stadium
    *** Qatar loses by default after 4 players fouled out within 5 minutes ***
    Box: http://www.fibaasia.net/UserImages/G...0119164110.PDF
    IRI: Hamed Afagh 10p
    QAT: Abduallah Shaher Matalkeh 3p
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    Chinese Taipei takes the win over Uzbekistan.

    Iran will stamp its class over Qatar.

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    [you won't see this info on FIBA's official site] Qatar coach Ali Fakhroo said in the press conference they will continue to hack all opponents on every possession to protest FIBA's decision that ruled out 5 of their players, including Ngombo.

    Just a heads up for Iran and Chinese Taipei. Play safe, don't get into a fight. At least China won't be facing them in the tournament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    [you won't see this info on FIBA's official site] Qatar coach Ali Fakhroo said in the press conference they will continue to hack all opponents on every possession to protest FIBA's decision that ruled out 5 of their players, including Ngombo.

    Just a heads up for Iran and Chinese Taipei. Play safe, don't get into a fight. At least China won't be facing them in the tournament.
    It doesn't matter. FIBA will continue to ignore them and they'll eventually be out of the tournament. I guess Matic gets the last laugh after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    [you won't see this info on FIBA's official site] Qatar coach Ali Fakhroo said in the press conference they will continue to hack all opponents on every possession to protest FIBA's decision that ruled out 5 of their players, including Ngombo.

    Just a heads up for Iran and Chinese Taipei. Play safe, don't get into a fight. At least China won't be facing them in the tournament.
    I wish the journalists attending would be asking him why FIBA is not allowing them to play and what does he know about the nationalities of his players...

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    well, in the future, they should do these eligibility checks maybe 2 to 3 days before start of competitions.

    they can say all they want is to clean up basketball, but what they did here was really malicious, they did it hours before competition. even a 10 year old will say its not fair

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    with Qatar out of the tournament, Chinese Taipei, China and the Uzbeks should go on with the 2nd round..
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    http://news.ph.msn.com/sports/articl...mentid=5275465

    The four players committed five personal fouls each within the first six minutes of the match, prompting referees to disqualify them and hand Uzbekistan a 27-12 win.

    According to match rules, referees must halt play if one team cannot field at least two players.

    Qatari coach Ali Fakhroo said the fouls were committed in protest of an International Basketball Federation (FIBA) ruling making five of the team's 11 players ineligible for the championships due to their dual nationality, Xinhua news agency said.

    Fakhroo said his team would protest in the same way during its Friday match against Iran.

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    ok they are free to do what they want ...

    one important question i've noticed on fibaasia.net wuhan page the standings of Group B.

    Uzbekistan have only one point.

    in this case the referees suspended the game.And if it happens again like Qatar team are promising the media, this will definitely affect the participants in the second round since the winner by three games will have a maximum of 5 points.

    can someone clear this out ?

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    Can someone pls explain in a few words what happened and will Qatar lay tomorrow with full squad (if they play)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmlouk View Post
    Can someone pls explain in a few words what happened and will Qatar lay tomorrow with full squad (if they play)?
    Coach of Qatar decided to throw the game away after finding out that the players below were banned from playing with the Qatari NT...
    The eligible players basically all fouled out on purpose as a sign of objection to this.

    Qatar: Ngombo (Congo), Ndiaye and Ndour (Senegal), Mohamed and El Hadary (Egypt)

    Qatar's coach said this strategy will continue for the rest of the tournament

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid80 View Post
    Coach of Qatar decided to throw the game away after finding out that the players below were banned from playing with the Qatari NT...
    The eligible players basically all fouled out on purpose as a sign of objection to this.

    Qatar: Ngombo (Congo), Ndiaye and Ndour (Senegal), Mohamed and El Hadary (Egypt)

    Qatar's coach said this strategy will continue for the rest of the tournament
    thanks

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    i've got some news that not everyone will want to hear and thatds Qatar is hopeful they will have their full line up against Iran in tonights game

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballer2010 View Post
    i've got some news that not everyone will want to hear and thatds Qatar is hopeful they will have their full line up against Iran in tonights game
    i would not be that surprised
    how big are the chances of that happening?

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    Uzbekistan not getting to the line as much as they did yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid80 View Post
    Coach of Qatar decided to throw the game away after finding out that the players below were banned from playing with the Qatari NT...
    The eligible players basically all fouled out on purpose as a sign of objection to this.

    Qatar: Ngombo (Congo), Ndiaye and Ndour (Senegal), Mohamed and El Hadary (Egypt)

    Qatar's coach said this strategy will continue for the rest of the tournament
    What a good strategy but its probably the best qatar can do without its imports They should have changed the names of ngombo and ndiaye like they have been doing the last 8 years with the others . I think now they got too spoiled that they dont think they have to change player's names without anyone complaining . I guess we wont see qatar in asian championships to come cuz if they played with their locals they are really bad even worse than bahrain and KSA ... and why did uzbekistan get only 1 point and they put qatar ahead in the standings this way qatar can do this all the first round and affect the teams going to the 2nd round with fewer points than they should its kind of lame from asia

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    If fouling left and right in protest will be Qatar's game plan, then the opposition should counter by resorting to long passes and four-cornered plays while running down the shot clock and taking a shot at the five-second mark or later. They must avoid getting in contact with the Qatar players -- that should at least save the game from turning into a farce.

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    [QUOTE=mavrick_h;641650]ok they are free to do what they want ...

    one important question i've noticed on fibaasia.net wuhan page the standings of Group B.

    Uzbekistan have only one point.


    I noticed that yesterday too and thought it was very strange. It has been corrected today though and Uzbekistan has 2 points.

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    i wonder if these actions by Qatar will incur them a harsh punishment, maybe a ban, from joining future FIBA-sanctioned competitions.

    this year's tournament is slowly turning into a mess and i hope it will not result to a massive pullout from other participating teams.

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    one of the scribes tweeted yesterday day that this guy is half-filipino



    @joey55villar: Qatar's No. 9 player is half Filipino. Met him in Jones Cup and he greeted me "Musta kabayan"
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