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    Default All-Tournament Team

    MVP & C: Hamed Haddadi (IRI)
    PF: Oshin Sahakian (IRI)
    SF: Lin Chih-Chieh (TPE)
    SG: Kim Min-Goo (KOR)
    PG: Jayson William (PHI)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kings View Post
    MVP & C: Hamed Haddadi (IRI)
    PF: Oshin Sahakian (IRI)
    SF: Lin Chih-Chieh (TPE)
    SG: Kim Min-Goo (KOR)
    PG: Jayson William (PHI)
    This would be a very tough team to beat if they play together. Fantasy lineup!

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    castro and kamrani are both talented guards... i prefer castro-kamrani-kim-sahkian-haddadi... just my 2 cents

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    They should make a FIBA All-STar Tournament where each continental all-star team will battle each other for the prize of who is really the best continent.
    That should be exciting!

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    bharami should have been named as best SF. Lin played very well in d preliminaries and played exceptionally vs phi in first round and vs china in qf but he was a major no-show in semis and battle for 3rd. but i guess, him leading his team in crippling d great wall of china clinched it for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavigatoR View Post
    They should make a FIBA All-STar Tournament where each continental all-star team will battle each other for the prize of who is really the best continent.
    That should be exciting!
    I also thought of this.. That will be fun..

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    Haddadi-Yi-Bahrami-Lin-Castro

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesronne View Post
    castro and kamrani are both talented guards... i prefer castro-kamrani-kim-sahkian-haddadi... just my 2 cents
    Me, too...the no. 1 shooter of CT was gone sour in their last 2 games!
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    I would have preferred Quincy Davis and Nikkhah Bahrami over Sahakian (or as the commentators said, Sakakian) and Lin Chih-Chieh. Quincy Davis made Chinese Taipei what it was, in addition to his pretty monster stats, including shooting an absurd 70+%. Or Kamrani, Kim, Douthit, Davis, Haddadi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usausa View Post
    I would have preferred Quincy Davis and Nikkhah Bahrami over Sahakian (or as the commentators said, Sakakian) and Lin Chih-Chieh. Quincy Davis made Chinese Taipei what it was, in addition to his pretty monster stats, including shooting an absurd 70+%. Or Kamrani, Kim, Douthit, Davis, Haddadi.

    In 2011, Marcus Douthit led the tournament in SCORING and REBOUNDING and a led the Philippines to a 4th place finish. But was not given the award. I think, they choose homegrown players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavigatoR View Post
    They should make a FIBA All-STar Tournament where each continental all-star team will battle each other for the prize of who is really the best continent.
    That should be exciting!
    They used to do that in the late 1990s and early 2000s... they got the FIBA All-Stars visiting top basketball countries to play the league all-stars of those countries (e.g. 1997 Korean All-Star Extravaganza, 2000 Philippines All-Star Extravaganza)... Young Fadi El Khatib (Lebanon) and Romel Adducul (PHL) were part of those all-star team...

    I don't know why they stop it though... probably generated less money in some countries...



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    Quote Originally Posted by MD125 View Post
    This would be a very tough team to beat if they play together. Fantasy lineup!
    C: Marcus Douthit (PHI)
    PF: Yi Jianlian (CHN)
    SF: Samad Nikkhah Bahrami (IRI)
    SG: Takuya Kawamura (JPN)
    PG: Mehdi Kamrani (IRI)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kings View Post
    C: Marcus Douthit (PHI)
    PF: Yi Jianlian (CHN)
    SF: Samad Nikkhah Bahrami (IRI)
    SG: Takuya Kawamura (JPN)
    PG: Mehdi Kamrani (IRI)
    but kawamura did not play in this tournament.

    douthit
    haddadi
    samad
    cho sung min
    kamrani

    they would give the all tournament 5 a tough time

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    Even in Asia Jarvis Hayes is underrated..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Even in Asia Jarvis Hayes is underrated..
    He played well (ex nba player after all), but his team isn't that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolz View Post
    In 2011, Marcus Douthit led the tournament in SCORING and REBOUNDING and a led the Philippines to a 4th place finish. But was not given the award. I think, they choose homegrown players.
    Douthit was the best center in that tournament. Was named in mythical 5.

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