1965 ABC Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
1965 FIBA Asia Championship
3rd Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Malaysia
Dates November 28 – December 11
Teams 10 (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Japan (1st title)

The 1965 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 4 4 0 348 196 +152 8
 Japan 4 3 1 288 234 +54 7
 Malaysia 4 2 2 258 282 −24 6
 South Vietnam 4 1 3 263 318 −55 5
 Singapore 4 0 4 219 346 −127 4
November 28
20:00
Philippines  82–53  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 38–17, 44–36
November 29
19:30
Singapore  42–79  Japan
Scoring by half: 16–44, 26–35
November 29
21:00
Malaysia  72–65  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 35–33, 37–32
November 30
16:30
Japan  91–67  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 45–32, 46–35
November 30
19:30
Philippines  104–39  Singapore
Scoring by half: 51–19, 53–20
December 1
18:00
Singapore  71–82  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 27–42, 44–40
December 1
21:00
South Vietnam  50–88  Philippines
Scoring by half: 18–38, 32–50
December 2
16:30
Singapore  67–81  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 30–40, 37–41
December 2
19:30
Philippines  74–54  Japan
Scoring by half: 34–31, 40–23
December 4
19:30
Japan  64–51  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 38–28, 26–23

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Taiwan 4 4 0 336 232 +104 8
 South Korea 4 3 1 320 264 +56 7
 Thailand 4 2 2 292 272 +20 6
 India 4 1 3 241 344 −103 5
 Hong Kong 4 0 4 232 309 −77 4
November 29
18:00
South Korea  104–64  India
Scoring by half: 55–30, 49–34
November 30
15:00
India  58–98  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 26–54, 32–44
November 30
21:00
Hong Kong  49–85  South Korea
Scoring by half: 26–54, 23–31
December 1
19:30
India  58–55  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 22–28, 36–27
December 2
15:00
Hong Kong  62–77  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 25–35, 37–42
December 2
21:00
Thailand  66–69  South Korea
Scoring by half: 39–38, 27–31
December 3
18:00
Taiwan  76–50  Thailand
Scoring by half: 31–29, 45–21
December 4
18:00
Hong Kong  66–89  Thailand
Scoring by half: 31–54, 35–35
December 4
21:00
Taiwan  85–62  South Korea
Scoring by half: 42–29, 43–33
December 5
9:00
Thailand  87–61  India
Scoring by half: 47–35, 40–26

Final round[edit]

Classification 7th–10th[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 India 3 3 0 250 198 +52 6
 Hong Kong 3 2 1 223 213 +10 5
 Singapore 3 1 2 238 276 −38 4
 South Vietnam 3 0 3 241 265 −24 3
December 5
18:00
South Vietnam  80–84 OT  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 42–32, 28–38 OT: 10–14
December 6
14:00
Singapore  93–85  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 40–37, 53–48
December 6
18:30
Hong Kong  50–60  India
Scoring by half: 20–17, 30–43
December 8
14:00
India  102–72  Singapore
Scoring by half: 45–44, 57–28
December 9
18:00
Singapore  73–89  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 42–45, 31–44
December 10
18:00
South Vietnam  76–88  India
Scoring by half: 38–43, 38–45

Championship[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 5 5 0 355 301 +54 10
 Philippines 5 4 1 385 337 +48 9
 South Korea 5 3 2 326 308 +18 8
 Thailand 5 2 3 350 364 −14 7
 Taiwan 5 1 4 353 372 −19 6
 Malaysia 5 0 5 313 400 −87 5
December 5
19:30
Malaysia  55–77  Japan
Scoring by half: 24–34, 31–43
December 5
21:00
Philippines  59–50  South Korea
Scoring by half: 21–28, 38–22
December 6
15:30
Philippines  90–72  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 56–34, 34–38
December 6
20:00
South Korea  78–66  Thailand
Scoring by half: 47–30, 31–36
December 6
21:30
Japan  73–58  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 34–35, 39–23
December 7
18:00
Thailand  86–71  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 38–25, 48–46
December 7
19:30
Taiwan  65–67  South Korea
Scoring by half: 33–39, 32–28
December 7
21:00
Japan  71–65  Philippines
Scoring by half: 37–31, 34–34
December 8
15:30
Thailand  74–71  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 39–39, 35–32
December 9
19:30
South Korea  68–49  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 26–25, 42–24
December 9
21:00
Japan  65–60  Thailand
Scoring by half: 33–31, 32–29
December 10
19:30
Taiwan  79–66  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 38–34, 41–32
December 10
21:00
Philippines  79–64  Thailand
Scoring by half: 46–29, 33–35
December 11
19:00
South Korea  63–69  Japan
Scoring by half: 22–31, 41–38
December 11
20:30
Philippines  92–80  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 45–35, 47–45

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 1967 FIBA World Championship
Rank Team Record
1  Japan 8–1
2  Philippines 8–1
3  South Korea 6–3
4  Thailand 4–5
5  Taiwan 5–4
6  Malaysia 2–7
7  India 4–3
8  Hong Kong 2–5
9  Singapore 1–6
10  South Vietnam 1–6

Awards[edit]

 1965 Asian Champions 

Japan
First title

References[edit]