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    Default 24th FIBA-Asia Championship [Jul 28-Aug 5 Japan]


    Qualification Games

    Middle Asia

    28/05 Kazakhstan 115 Sri Lanka 54
    29/05 Kazakhstan 88 India 40
    30/05 India 117 Sri Lanka 66
    31/05 Kazakhstan 74 India 63

    South East Asia

    24/05 Indonesia 72 Malaysia 66
    24/05 Thailand 75 Singapore 50
    25/05 Philippines 122 Singapore
    25/05 Malaysia 72 Thailand 67
    26/05 Malaysia 87 Singapore 59
    26/05 Philippines 85 Indonesia 48
    27/05 Philippines 102 Malaysia 72
    27/05 Indonesia 65 Thailand 55
    28/05 Indonesia 89 Singapore 67
    28/05 Philippines 96 Thailand 76


    Preliminary Round

    Group A

    28/07 Jordan 78 China 65
    28/07 Iran 75 Philippines 69
    29/07 Philippines 79 China 74
    29/07 Iran 60 Jordan 54
    30/07 Iran 77 China 68
    30/07 Jordan 84 Philippines 76

    Group B

    28/07 Japan 109 UAE 66
    28/07 Lebanon 104 Kuwait 59
    29/07 Japan 77 Lebanon 67
    29/07 UAE 69 Kuwait 68
    30/07 Japan 101 Kuwait 48
    30/07 Lebanon 106 UAE 64

    Group C

    28/07 Qatar 106 India 49
    28/07 Kazakhstan 107 Indonesia 53
    29/07 Qatar 86 Indonesia 45
    29/07 Kazakhstan 97 India 74
    30/07 Qatar 76 Kazakhstan 69
    30/07 India 72 Indonesia 66

    Group D

    28/07 Chinese Taipei 90 Syria 66
    28/07 South Korea 107 Hong Kong China 67
    29/07 Hong Kong China 104 Syria 100
    29/07 South Korea 85 Chinese Taipei 70
    30/07 Chinese Taipei 98 Hong Kong China 81
    30/07 South Korea 89 Syria 79


    Second Round

    Group E

    31/07 Iran 76 Chinese Taipei 64
    31/07 Lebanon 90 Qatar 68
    01/08 Iran 95 Qatar 87
    01/08 Lebanon 95 Chinese Taipei 64
    02/08 Lebanon 82 Iran 60
    02/08 Qatar 87 Chinese Taipei 74

    Group F

    31/07 South Korea 70 Jordan 65
    31/07 Kazakhstan 93 Japan 85
    01/08 Jordan 82 Kazakhstan 73
    01/08 South Korea 93 Japan 83
    02/08 Japan 71 Jordan 68
    02/08 Kazakhstan 75 South Korea 73

    Group G

    31/07 Philippines 107 Syria 100
    31/07 Kuwait 72 India 68
    01/08 Philippines 104 India 69
    01/08 Syria 109 Kuwait 69
    02/08 Philippines 89 Kuwait 58
    02/08 Syria 105 India 54

    Group H

    31/07 China 93 Hong Kong China 69
    31/07 Indonesia 83 UAE 81
    01/08 China 102 Indonesia 47
    01/08 Hong Kong China 87 UAE 64
    02/08 China 100 UAE 55
    02/08 Indonesia 81 Hong Kong China 78


    Final Round

    15th to 16th Place

    04/08 India 82 UAE 77

    13th to 14th Place

    04/08 Hong Kong China 72 Kuwait 66

    11th to 12th Place

    04/08 Syria 108 Indonesia 79

    9th to 10th Place

    04/08 Philippines 78 China 76

    5th to 8th Place

    04/08 Chinese Taipei 85 Japan 80
    04/08 Jordan 77 Qatar 67
    05/08 Qatar 86 Japan 82
    05/08 Jordan 97 Chinese Taipei 74

    1/2 Final

    04/08 Iran 75 Kazakhstan 62
    04/08 Lebanon 76 South Korea 74

    3rd to 4th Place

    05/08 South Korea 80 Kazakhstan 76

    Final

    05/08 Iran 74 Lebanon 69
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    Thread open.

    China will not send the true "National Team" but only a junior team.

    The highest placed team (excluding China) directly qualifies to 2008 Beijing. The next 2 teams (excluding China) qualifies to the so-called FIBA Olympics qualifying tournament.
    aim low, score high

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    no 1 team goes to the fiba qualifying tournament .......so if lebanon gets 1st qatar 2nd and south korea 3rd......qatar will go not qatar and south korea

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    you are wrong.
    FIBA - Olympic qualifying tournament added for 2008 Olympics

    SAITAMA (FIBA World Championship) - Twelve teams from throughout the world will participate in a new men's Olympic qualifying tournament in July 2008 to secure one of the final three berths for the Beijing Summer Games.

    The tournament will take place from July 7-13 2008 in a yet-to-be announced location and will follow next summer's five continental qualification campaigns, which will yield seven Olympic spots - two each from Europe and the Americas and one a piece from Africa, Asia and Oceania.

    The breakdown of the 12 teams participating in the July 2008 event is as follows: Europe will have four representatives, the Americas three, two each from Africa and Asia and one from Oceania - with the best ranked remaining teams from the 2007 continental qualifiers competing.
    aim low, score high

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    Sinobal thats true
    Originally Posted by -K2- View Post
    16 free throws in the last 4 minutes...
    Puerto Rico had 20 the whole game

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball
    The highest placed team (excluding China) directly qualifies to 2008 Beijing. The next 2 teams (excluding China) qualifies to the so-called FIBA Olympics qualifying tournament.
    so its possible (which is not probbable!) that there will be 4 asian teams in Beijing Olympics! How many will they get in the FIBA Olympic qualify tournment anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bognut
    so its possible (which is not probbable!) that there will be 4 asian teams in Beijing Olympics! How many will they get in the FIBA Olympic qualify tournment anyway?
    two teams
    Originally Posted by -K2- View Post
    16 free throws in the last 4 minutes...
    Puerto Rico had 20 the whole game

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRSURF
    two teams
    nice! i think FIBA learned from the Wild Card thing in WBC!
    You've got to have it to win it

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    Quote Originally Posted by karim
    no 1 team goes to the fiba qualifying tournament .......so if lebanon gets 1st qatar 2nd and south korea 3rd......qatar will go not qatar and south korea
    Confused.
    qatatr will go , but not qatar

    do u mean if lebanon wins they go, qatar and south korea wont?
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    im talking about the fiba qualifying tournament ......lebanon will go to the olympics..........and qatar will play other good ranked teams in other continents who did not qualify to the olympics to qualify for the olympics...3 teams would be picked out of these 5 i think.......but as u know the asian teams will have the least chance so its better to qualify from the asian championship or 90% it will be over for these teams

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    hey there guys... i think the schedule of fiba-asia was rescheduled much earlier... july 28-august 5 at tokushima japan... here is the link: http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/info.php?itemid=13

    http://www.fiba.com/pages/en/events/...291&pn_id=178&

    and as for my country philippines, it looks like the suspension will be lifted soon, so it just added another contender for this tournament... and i like the chances of our team... have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball
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    China will not send the true "National Team" but only a junior team.
    I heard that the CBA reduced the # of games this season by 100 in order to have more time to prepare the nt for 2008, and I don't think the Chinese will risk losing a gold medal.

    In addition why does east asia have 5 teams ?? Taiwan and Hong Kong rarely passes to the 2nd round ! or even Japan who finished last time on top 4 i think was 1999.

    in west asia we have only 3 teams and there is a 4th team who should be in as well, lebanon,iran,jordan and syria all deserve to be in asia championship.

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    First of all , one team will be qualified to olympics games at chine next year .Chine had qualified cause this tournament will be in chine so 1 team will qualified behind chine.Lebanon (2nd fiba asia 2005 ) it's the most team prefer to qualified but other team will not be easy to defeat him like Quatar (3th fiba asia 2005 and second at doha games ) ,Iran (6th fiba asia 2005 and 3th doha games and have a lot of good players ) , and other .So 24th FIBA-Asia Championships [Sep 1 Japan] it will be some difficult to know who will be the team qualified behind chine specially that many country prepare those team like Kazakhistan ,jordan , syria , japan , south korea ,iran,lebanon,quatar and chine .Good luck lebanon and i wish a best participating and i hope win the first position .
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    it will be to our advantage that all teams in Asia will take the Philippines for granted and will not consider us as contenders because "Team Pilipinas" will definitely surprise a lot of people in the FIBA Asia Championship.


    i'm not one to brag, but let's just say the Philippines will have its "coming out party" in Tokushima this August.

    we may or may not qualify for the Olympics this August.

    we may or may not win a lot of games.

    but I assure you, our team will be fighting with a lot of heart and a lot of guts and will be among the top dogs in Asia once more after the FIBA Asia tournament.


    by the way, here is the illustration on how to qualify for the Olympics and the Olympic qualifiers next year:

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    Default no yao ming, yi jianlian and wang zhizhi in fiba-asia champs

    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball
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    China will not send the true "National Team" but only a junior team.

    The highest placed team (excluding China) directly qualifies to 2008 Beijing. The next 2 teams (excluding China) qualifies to the so-called FIBA Olympics qualifying tournament.
    i just read in asia-basket.com that china would indeed send its team b to this years fiba-asia champs...

    http://asia-basket.com/CHN/CHN.asp

    China has named both its national team A team and its national team B team. The A team will play in various exhibition games this summer while the B team will play in the Asian Championships in Japan from July 28 through August 5.

    Since China is automatically entered in the 2008 Olympics as the host nation, it has no need to win the Asian championship and can use that tournament as a tryout for younger players. Because the games for the A team are for practice rather than for national prestige, it can afford to use Ming Yao (226-C-80) and Yi Jianlian sparingly, and give all its top players opportunities to gain experience. It is especially important to give Yao sufficient rest this summer as he has suffered major injuries both last season and this season and China cannot risk that Yao will break down again in 2008.

    The A team has scheduled games against NCAA competition. It will be interesting to see how the team fares against top US college teams.

    There are 22 players on the A team and 16 players on the B team. It is possible that players will shift back and forth between the two teams based on performance. The A team has seven players who can play point guard while the B team has only two, Liu Xiaoyu and Luo Zhi. It is quite likely that one more point guard, and perhaps two, will be added from the A team for the Asian championship. There is also the World U19 Championship in Serbia from July 12 through July 22. Ding Jinghui, Li Xiaoxu, Zhou Peng, Liu Xiaoyu and Chen Jianghua will likely participate in that tournament.

    Jiao Jian and Xie Libin did not make either team. Jiao is simply a tweener in international competition while Xie had a bad season this year after excelling the year before. Bateer has been left off either team and likely is now too slow to make the Olympic team. Ming Yao, Wang Zhizhi and Yi Jianlian are clearly superior to him at center and Tang Zhengdong, Zhang Songtao and even Mo Ke will be more effective at center in international competition.

    Li Wei from Beijing Aoshen made the B team. He started ahead of A team selection Zhang Songtao for Aoshen's ABA team. He was better than Zhang in fast-paced ABA competition but Zhang may be a better fit for the national team. But Li does have an outside chance to make the Olympic team as a combo center-power forward. Zhang Jinsong, who played for the National Team in the Asian games, did not make either team but while he is listed as being born in September 1973, he is probably 35 years old or even older.



    A team schedule:

    May 17-21== Some games in China
    Jun 14-26== Four Nation Tournament in China (Croatia, Italy, Australia)
    Jul 6-15== NBA Summer League in Las Vegas
    Jul 28-Aug 6== 3rd Stankovic Cup in China (Venezuela, Slovenia, New Zealand, Angola, USA-NBDL All-Stars)
    Aug 15== Games in Germany
    Aug 15-31== Efes World Cup in Turkey (Croatia, Latvia, Poland, Serbia)
    Sep 10-22== NCAA teams in USA
    Oct 1-7== CBA-NBL-Euroleague Challenge in China (Bennetton Treviso, CSKA Moscow, Sydney Kings)
    Oct 17== NBA Preseason in China (Orlando Magic, possibly Cleveland Cavaliers)

    A team:

    Liu Wei 27 190 cm PG
    Sun Yue 21 205 cm PG/SG
    Wang Zhongguang 20 193 cm PG
    Chen Jianghua 18 188 cm PG
    Yang Ming 19 193 cm PG/SG
    Li Nan 32 198 cm SG/SF
    Zhang Qingpeng 22 188 cm PG
    Han Shuo 18 196 cm PG
    Wang Shipeng 24 198 cm SG
    Huo Nan 26 198 cm SG
    Du Feng 25 207 cm PF/SF
    Zhu Fangyu 24 201 cm SF
    Mo Ke 24 210 cm PF
    Zhou Peng 17 206 cm SF
    Wang Yong 21 202 cm SF
    Gong Songlin 25 197 cm SF/SG
    Li Xiaoxu 16 204 cm PF
    Yi Jianlian 19 212 cm PF/C
    Ming Yao 27 226 cm C
    Wang Zhizhi 29 214 cm PF/C
    Tang Zhengdong 23 213 cm C
    Zhang Songtao 22 215 cm C

    B team:

    Zhang Kai 24 6'11+(211 cm) C
    Li Wei 21 6'10(208 cm) PF/C
    Gu Liye 20 6'10(208 cm) PF/C
    Hu Ke 20 6'10(208 cm) C
    Li Ke 25 6'9+(207 cm) PF
    Yi Li 19 6'8+(204 cm) PF
    Ding Jinghui 16 6'8+(204 cm) PF
    Liu Xiangtao 27 6'8-(202 cm) PF
    Wang Bo 25 6'8-(202 cm) SF
    Wang Lei 20 6'7+(200 cm) SF
    Chen Chen 20 6'5+(196 cm) SF/SG
    Chen Lei 24 6'5-(195 cm) SF/SG
    Yang Chao 21 6'5-(195 cm) PG/SG
    Bian Qiang 28 6'4-(192 cm) SF/SG
    Liu Xiaoyu 18 6'3-(190 cm) PG
    Luo Zhi 20 6'3-(190 cm) PG

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    I expect Saudi Arabia to withdraw as usual...So here is my prediction:

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    HongKong

    West Asia: 3
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    Jordan

    Gulf: 3
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    ya same prediction here except i would put Indonesia or Malaysia instead of Thailand i dont know which 1 of them is in southeast asia ....this is really the weakest part of the continent......the west asia group will be competitive where 1 of 4 good teams(Leb,Iran,Jor and Syria) wont reach the asian championship , i dt think Yemen and Iraq will do anything

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    Yup, I do think also that South East asia is the weakest region of the continent in basketball, AS A GROUP. But don't look now as the Philippines is back and Business. And we really mean BUSINESS.

    Good luck to our NT and good luck to all. Let's all join to show Asian Basketball Power on 8/8/8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sickcurtain_16
    Yup, I do think also that South East asia is the weakest region of the continent in basketball, AS A GROUP. But don't look now as the Philippines is back and Business. And we really mean BUSINESS.

    Good luck to our NT and good luck to all. Let's all join to show Asian Basketball Power on 8/8/8.
    Yes..Philippines battlecry: 8/8/8 >>> August 8, 2008 Beijing Olympics...

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    According to local newspaper Al Rai n its today's edition, Jordanian Basketball Federation (JBF) had finished negotiations with the american shooting guard Rasheim Wright (193-G-81, college: District of Columbia) (193-G-81, college: District of Columbia) to have the jordanian passport and join the National Team's trainings next saturday.

    The secretary general of JBF Eng. Nabeel Abu Ata confirmed that the operations of Wright's nationalism are on its final stages.

    Former District of Columbia University (NCAA2) graduate Rashiem is considered as one of best imports in who came to lebanon from 2 seasons until now, He led his team Mouttahed Aleppo to 5th last season after only one year of the team's promotion to First Division, He played with the other lebanese team Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut in Dubai Tournament last January.

    Eng. nabil calimed to the same newspaper also that there will be an abroad camp in Greece from 30th of April for 3 weeks before heading to Tehran, Iran and playing under the name of Arena Amman club in Asian Clubs Championship (12-20th May) and then WABA tournament for NT's (Damascus, Syria 1-5 June).

    William Jones Cup (Taiwan, 2-10 July) will be another stage of preperations for the national team adding to a camp in a country in the far east.
    Source:www.asia-basket.com

    So Jordanian NT will be a strong team,specially that Rashein wright have the third best average points in lebanese league :30.1 pionts per game.

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