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  • Qatar, IR Iran

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  • Chinese Taipei, IR Iran

    4 57.14%
  • Qatar, Uzbekistan

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Thread: Day 3, Group B: Qatar vs. Chinese Taipei; IR Iran vs. Uzbekistan

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    Default Day 3, Group B: Qatar vs. Chinese Taipei; IR Iran vs. Uzbekistan

    * All time local (UTC/GMT +8)

    Qatar vs. Chinese Taipei 3:30PM Wuhan Stadium

    Qatar
    No. Given Name Family Name DOB Ht. Pos.
    4 Targuy Alban Ngombo 18/07/1989 194
    5 Ousseynou Ndiaye 08/12/1985 191
    6 Mansour Atif Elhadary 01/01/1990 176
    7 Saad Abdulrahman Ali 02/05/1985 192
    8 Mohamed Hassan Mohamed 03/08/1991 185
    9 Ali Turki Ali 10/01/1982 200
    10 Khalid Abdalla Adam 27/02/1993 200
    11 Erfan Ali Saeed 20/12/1983 198
    12 Mame Souleye Ndour 15/12/1987 206
    13 Hammam Omar Ismail 15/09/1983 200
    14 Abduallah Shaher Matalkeh 08/03/1991 198
    15 Omar Abdelkader Salem 01/10/1985 205

    Chinese Taipei
    No. Given Name Family Name DOB Ht. Pos.
    4 Wen-Ting Tseng 06/07/1984 202
    5 Chia-Hung Chien 06/03/1987 196
    6 Hsueh-Lin Lee 31/01/1984 176
    7 Chia-En Mao 16/11/1982 196
    8 Tai-Hao Wu 07/02/1985 202
    9 Shih-Nien Chen 08/04/1984 180
    10 I-Chieh Su 28/01/1987 181
    11 Hsin-an Chen 01/07/1980 198
    12 Chih-chieh Lin 11/06/1982 191
    13 Cheng-Ju Lu 13/04/1986 194
    14 Shou-Cheng Ho 15/05/1983 196
    15 Tsung-Hsien Chang 27/12/1988 192


    IR Iran vs. Uzbekistan 6PM Wuhan Stadium

    IR Iran
    No. Given Name Family Name DOB Ht. Pos.
    4 Mehrad Atashi 25/02/1986 188
    5 Aren Davoudichegani 07/12/1986 185
    6 Javad Davari 25/04/1983 185
    7 Mahdi Kamrani 06/01/1982 186
    8 Saeid Davarpanah Karekani 09/07/1987 191
    9 Arsalan Kazemi Naeini 22/04/1990 199
    10 Hamed Afagh 02/01/1983 190
    11 Oshin Sahakian 21/03/1986 200
    12 Asghar Kardoust Poustinsaraei 21/03/1986 212
    13 Hamed Sohrabnejad 05/07/1983 202
    14 Mohammad Samad Nikkhah Bahrami 05/11/1983 198
    15 Hamed E Hadadi 19/05/1985 218

    Uzbekistan
    No. Given Name Family Name DOB Ht. Pos.
    4 Esat Halitov 02/06/1989 183
    5 Hurmatjon Nuraliev 01/04/1981 202
    6 Zinnur Khabibullin 03/07/1974 205
    7 Aleksandr Kozlov 24/09/1982 200
    8 Vyacheslav Denison 21/02/1983 195
    9 Nail Kadirov 13/03/1989 200
    10 Samender Jugisinov 29/03/1987 202
    11 Gennadiy Zinonev 29/07/1984 198
    12 Aleksandr Yahin 24/02/1989 205
    13 Evgeniy Pereverzev 20/10/1987 178
    14 Vyacheslav Belokurov 20/11/1977 202
    15 Denis Timofeev 12/02/1992 202
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    I will give the advantage to Chinese Taipei in terms of personnel. Note that Qatar is an almost different team compared to their 2009 NT team. Chauncey will not be playing and that gives their coach more problem. Chinese Taipei will push Qatar to the limit and eventually win the ballgame.

    Iran vs Uzbekistan - this is like a walk in the park for Iran. No need to mention the victor of this game.

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    Qatar is fighting! Not fouling!

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    What`s up with Uzbekistan? Is it a kind of protesting too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmlouk View Post
    What`s up with Uzbekistan? Is it a kind of protesting too?
    don't think so i think it's kinda a strategy since they know they can't win and they are already qualified. I think the coach is resting the starters not sure though (assumption)

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    what's that man ?
    it's like watching a university basketball game !!!
    what a strategy ??? they were humiliated !! they call it strategy ?

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    This Tournament is so strange. You can lose a game, if you have a strategy, but not in this way. I was known, that uzbekistan has no more headcoach, because the headcoch is a referee now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babdelkader View Post
    what's that man ?
    it's like watching a university basketball game !!!
    what a strategy ??? they were humiliated !! they call it strategy ?
    Suicide Strategy might be

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmlouk View Post
    This Tournament is so strange. You can lose a game, if you have a strategy, but not in this way. I was known, that uzbekistan has no more headcoach, because the headcoch is a referee now.

    He works in both fields to be precise.

    Anyway we saw a glimpse of Iran today.

    Arsalan Kazemi a true athletic beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by behzadir View Post
    He works in both fields to be precise.

    Anyway we saw a glimpse of Iran today.

    Arsalan Kazemi a true athletic beast.
    Positive, Iran, althought they`ve known at HT, that the game is over, they moving forward until the end. respect

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmlouk View Post
    This Tournament is so strange. You can lose a game, if you have a strategy, but not in this way. I was known, that uzbekistan has no more headcoach, because the headcoch is a referee now.
    True as mentioned in the official thread. Strange it is !


    Quote Originally Posted by babdelkader View Post
    what's that man ?
    it's like watching a university basketball game !!!
    what a strategy ??? they were humiliated !! they call it strategy ?
    Not exactly, think on it this way
    Uzbekistan came to this tournament to play three games and lose them all.
    They were here for the participation that's all. But what happened with Qatar help them pass the first round. which is quite nice ! they will be ranked between 8 and 12 instead of 13-16.
    About the strategy i think it's fair to say even on a best day Uzbeks can't match team Melli. So resting the key players hoping to snatch a victory from less competitive teams in the next round is a great idea. Such teams don't care about the final result. Losing is losing whether 100 pts or 25 pts still the same. (great mentality) if such thing happens with us, the next day the papers and the public will trash the players, the head of the coach and everyone involved with our basketball program.
    we've just lost 18 pts to Korea and already doing so lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by mavrick_h View Post
    True as mentioned in the official thread. Strange it is !




    Not exactly, think on it this way
    Uzbekistan came to this tournament to play three games and lose them all.
    They were here for the participation that's all. But what happened with Qatar help them pass the first round. which is quite nice ! they will be ranked between 8 and 12 instead of 13-16.
    About the strategy i think it's fair to say even on a best day Uzbeks can't match team Melli. So resting the key players hoping to snatch a victory from less competitive teams in the next round is a great idea. Such teams don't care about the final result. Losing is losing whether 100 pts or 25 pts still the same. (great mentality) if such thing happens with us, the next day will trash the players and the head of the coach and everyone involved with our basketball program.
    we've just lose 18 pts to Korea and already doing so lol
    http://www.fibaasia.net/UserImages/G...0119174324.PDF


    Sorry who are their main players exactly? Seems you've analyzed them better than me.

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    How can i see the livescore, without register there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmlouk View Post
    How can i see the livescore, without register there?
    www.flashscore.com

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    Come on guys !! Stop getting into personal arguments with one another!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavrick_h View Post
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    First of all this is an English speaking website so please refer your posts in English!

    Regardless who started the argument and who was the aggressor you guys should do better than this.

    As mentioned many times before if there is anything that you find as being personal or insulting report the other person's post (by clicking on the sign that has the exclamation mark on the lower left side of the post).
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    By getting into such arguments and personal insults trust me you won't reach anywhere and all you what you are doing is making things worse.

    What is so great about Interbasket is this is one of the very few websites were you can meet and discuss basketball with so many people from all around so take advantage of this in a postive way.
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    Mavrick_h and Behzadir! One more arguement from you 2 and you will both receive bans!

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