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    Default History: Australia at the 2001 East Asian Games

    That year Kazakhstan also joined East Asian Games

    Australia 105-77 China
    AUS: Brett Maher 25, Glen Saville 18, Matthew Nielson 15
    CHN: Yao Ming 18, Wang Zhizhi 15

    Australia 107-67 Chinese Taipei
    AUS: Paul Rogers 23p 12r, Benjamin Melmeth 14
    TPE: Chen Hsin-an 13, Tien Lei 11

    Australia 92-86 Japan
    AUS: Paul Rogers 29p 10r, Brett Maher 19, Benjamin Melmeth 11p 13r
    JPN: Takuya Kita 18, Yukia Orihara 16, Kazuhiro Shoji 15

    Australia 123-82 Kazakhstan
    AUS: Matt Nielson 20, Brett Maher 19
    KAZ: Andrey Strebkov 22

    Australia 148-81 Mongolia
    AUS: Paul Rogers 22, Benjamin Knight 19
    MGL: Tserenjanhar Sharavjamts 32

    Semi: Australia 121-75 Chinese Taipei
    AUS: Glen Saville 22p 12r 6a, Scott McGregor 21
    TPE: Yang Yu-min 22, Tien Lei 19, Chiu Chi-yi 14

    Final: Australia 105-93 China
    AUS: Brett Maher 20, Benjamin Melmeth 19, Paul Rogers 13, Matthew Nielson 13
    CHN: Li Nan 25, Liu Yudong 18, Wang Zhizhi 13, Yao Ming 11

    Result: Australia went undefeated, but China claimed gold medal
    aim low, score high

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    That year Kazakhstan also joined East Asian Games

    Australia 105-77 China
    AUS: Brett Maher 25, Glen Saville 18, Matthew Nielson 15
    CHN: Yao Ming 18, Wang Zhizhi 15

    Australia 107-67 Chinese Taipei
    AUS: Paul Rogers 23p 12r, Benjamin Melmeth 14
    TPE: Chen Hsin-an 13, Tien Lei 11

    Australia 92-86 Japan
    AUS: Paul Rogers 29p 10r, Brett Maher 19, Benjamin Melmeth 11p 13r
    JPN: Takuya Kita 18, Yukia Orihara 16, Kazuhiro Shoji 15

    Australia 123-82 Kazakhstan
    AUS: Matt Nielson 20, Brett Maher 19
    KAZ: Andrey Strebkov 22

    Australia 148-81 Mongolia
    AUS: Paul Rogers 22, Benjamin Knight 19
    MGL: Tserenjanhar Sharavjamts 32

    Semi: Australia 121-75 Chinese Taipei
    AUS: Glen Saville 22p 12r 6a, Scott McGregor 21
    TPE: Yang Yu-min 22, Tien Lei 19, Chiu Chi-yi 14

    Final: Australia 105-93 China
    AUS: Brett Maher 20, Benjamin Melmeth 19, Paul Rogers 13, Matthew Nielson 13
    CHN: Li Nan 25, Liu Yudong 18, Wang Zhizhi 13, Yao Ming 11

    Result: Australia went undefeated, but China claimed gold medal
    What was that australia was only a guest team?
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    What was that australia was only a guest team?
    Apparently yes, they didn't win a medal, unlike Kazakhstan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001_East_Asian_Games

    KAZ also stopped participating in East Asian Games after 2001.

    Interestingly, Australia lost to China twice in women's basketball at that event.
    aim low, score high

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