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    Default Middle Asia Qualifier [May 28-30 Sri Lanka]

    Kazakhstan National Team came to Colombo to start the Asia Championship Qualification games, middle Asia zone. There is three team participate in this tournament: Sri Lanka NT, India NT and Kazakhstan NT. Today, in first game Kazakhstan NT won Sri Lanka NT with impressive final score 115:54.

    Kazakhstan vs. Sri Lanka 115:54
    Kazakhstan: Evstigneev 22pts, Ponomarev 19pts, Yargaliev 15pts, Korovnikov 13pts, Nechaev 13pts, Tyutuynik 13pts.

    Tomorow Kazakhstan will play with India NT.

    Congratulations for Kazakhstan but where is Usbekistan ??
    Only 3 NTs participate in middle asia zone 2 of 3 teams will qualified for asian champ.

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    Kazakhstan
    Head Coach: Strebkov Vitality
    Player: Beryulin Yegor, Shpeht Andrey, Yargaliyev Rustam, Ponomarev Anton, Tyutunik Alexandr, Nechayev Ivan, Voyeikov Maxim, Yevstigneyev Mikhail, Skornykov Artyom, Korovnikov Drnitriy, Gavrilov Drnitriy, Issakov Yevgeniy.

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    Head Coach: Ajith Kuruppu
    Player: Jagath Kulatunge, Vajira Kumarasinghe, Shanaka Perera, Harshadeva Yasaratne, Prageeth Pushpakumara, Viranta Bastian, Randima Sooriyarachchi, Chamath Danawansa, Gamunu Sandaruwan, Asanka Suwaris, Roshel Mendis, Anushka Nilakshan. Standbyes: Disshan Wille, Isuru Perera, Chatura Rodrigo, Malinda Fernando.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab
    Kazakhstan National Team came to Colombo to start the Asia Championship Qualification games, middle Asia zone. There is three team participate in this tournament: Sri Lanka NT, India NT and Kazakhstan NT. Today, in first game Kazakhstan NT won Sri Lanka NT with impressive final score 115:54.
    Kazakhstan National Team came to Colombo to start the Asia Championship Qualification games, middle Asia zone.
    There is three team participate in this tournament: Sri Lanka NT, India NT and Kazakhstan NT.
    Today, in first game Kazakhstan NT won Sri Lanka NT with impressive final score 115:54.

    Kazakhstan vs. Sri Lanka 115:54
    Kazakhstan: Evstigneev 22pts, Ponomarev 19pts, Yargaliev 15pts, Korovnikov 13pts, Nechaev 13pts, Tyutuynik 13pts.

    Tomorow Kazakhstan will play with India NT.

    Congratulations for Kazakhstan but where is Usbekistan ??
    Only 3 NTs participate in middle asia zone 2 of 3 teams will qualified for asian champ.

    I wonder what happened to Uzbekistan? they always placed second in the mid-Asia zone

    per wikipedia, 3 berths are stake for the Asian Championship

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab
    Kazakhstan National Team came to Colombo to start the Asia Championship Qualification games, middle Asia zone. There is three team participate in this tournament: Sri Lanka NT, India NT and Kazakhstan NT. Today, in first game Kazakhstan NT won Sri Lanka NT with impressive final score 115:54.
    Kazakhstan National Team came to Colombo to start the Asia Championship Qualification games, middle Asia zone.
    There is three team participate in this tournament: Sri Lanka NT, India NT and Kazakhstan NT.
    Today, in first game Kazakhstan NT won Sri Lanka NT with impressive final score 115:54.

    Kazakhstan vs. Sri Lanka 115:54
    Kazakhstan: Evstigneev 22pts, Ponomarev 19pts, Yargaliev 15pts, Korovnikov 13pts, Nechaev 13pts, Tyutuynik 13pts.

    Tomorow Kazakhstan will play with India NT.

    Congratulations for Kazakhstan but where is Usbekistan ??
    Only 3 NTs participate in middle asia zone 2 of 3 teams will qualified for asian champ.
    Congratulation for the win by Kazhakstan.

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    I'm looking forward to seeing this Indian player named Robinson. I heard he's a tall guy with serious hops and a decent 3-shot. And also this guy named Kaushal who was rumored to have been playing in the Bundesliga...

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    Kazakhstan
    Head Coach: Strebkov Vitality
    Player: Beryulin Yegor, Shpeht Andrey, Yargaliyev Rustam, Ponomarev Anton, Tyutunik Alexandr, Nechayev Ivan, Voyeikov Maxim, Yevstigneyev Mikhail, Skornykov Artyom, Korovnikov Drnitriy, Gavrilov Drnitriy, Issakov Yevgeniy.

    Sri Lanka
    Head Coach: Ajith Kuruppu
    Player: Jagath Kulatunge, Vajira Kumarasinghe, Shanaka Perera, Harshadeva Yasaratne, Prageeth Pushpakumara, Viranta Bastian, Randima Sooriyarachchi, Chamath Danawansa, Gamunu Sandaruwan, Asanka Suwaris, Roshel Mendis, Anushka Nilakshan. Standbyes: Disshan Wille, Isuru Perera, Chatura Rodrigo, Malinda Fernando.

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    Last night Kazakhstan NT won India National Team 88:40 and get to final game of Asian Middle Zone qualification of Asian Championship. Kazakhstan NT - India NT 88:40 Kazakhstan: Ponomarev 18pts, Evstigneev 17pts, Yargaliev 10pts.
    Last night Kazakhstan NT won India National Team 88:40 and get to final game of Asian Middle Zone qualification of Asian Championship.

    Kazakhstan NT - India NT 88:40

    Kazakhstan: Ponomarev 18pts, Evstigneev 17pts, Yargaliev 10pts

    Kazakhstan qualified to Asian championship in japan 2007,today the winner between india and Sri lanka will qualified next kazakhstan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigas
    Congratulation for the win by Kazhakstan.
    They really are the greatest country in the world. All other countries are run by little girls.

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    India 117 - Sri Lanka 66

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    Kazakhstan trounced India for a second time in a closely contested game, 74 to 63 points on the final day's fixture of their FIBA Middle Asia Zone Basketball qualifying championship 2007 concluded at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium courts, Colombo last evening.

    Kazakhstan put up a fine display to remain unbeaten throughout this tri-nation tournament.

    Both teams were well balanced with their physic but Kazakhstan cagers took the lead from the initial stage of the match. They completely dominated the proceedings with their high class shooting to take a 45-25 points lead at half-time.

    However, Indians fought back exceptionally well with their shooter Riaz Uddin when he accumulated a total of six three pointers brilliantly to reduce the gap. Although they were always trailing scores read 68 to 54 points at one stage. But Indians could not level the scores at any stage.

    Mid court player Ponomarev Anton who collected 15 points including 3 three pointers was the best scorer for winners while Issakov Yevgeniy and Yargaliyev Rustam 12 points each and Yevstigneyev Mikhail (13) also found the basket well for the winners.

    Centre player Jayachandra Shenoy Subash collected a massive 24 points while Riaz Uddin with 20 and Shiv Kumar with 11 points were the chief scorers for the Indian team.

    This international tournament was organised by the Sri Lanka Basketball Federation under the approval of FIBA Middle Asia, the regional governing body after a lapse sixteen years.

    The two visiting teams qualified to take part in the forthcoming FIBA Asia basketball championships which is scheduled to be held in Japan.

    The prize distribution ceremony was held after the conclusion of the final with Minster Sports and Recreation Gamini Lokuge as chief guest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Projectspeed
    I wonder what happened to Uzbekistan? they always placed second in the mid-Asia zone

    per wikipedia, 3 berths are stake for the Asian Championship

    It's truly hard to trust wikipedia due to a lot of inaccuracies. The best is to go directly to the source, which is the FIBA website. The good thing about wikipedia is that they provide their resources or references.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JonarSabilano
    I'm looking forward to seeing this Indian player named Robinson. I heard he's a tall guy with serious hops and a decent 3-shot. And also this guy named Kaushal who was rumored to have been playing in the Bundesliga...
    Robinson is one heck of a player, I can compare his game to poor man's Kevin Garnett. But sadly, he got disgusted w/ India's basketball federation due to its lack of support ( i presume budgetary) and instead turned his sights on modelling. What a waste of talent!

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