1971 ABC Championship

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1971 FIBA Asia Championship
6th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Japan
Dates October 30 – November 10
Teams (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Japan (2nd title)

The 1971 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Tokyo, Japan.

Results[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 8 8 0 734 427 +307 16
 Philippines 8 7 1 808 572 +236 15
 South Korea 8 6 2 784 523 +261 14
 Taiwan 8 5 3 654 577 +77 13
 Malaysia 8 4 4 588 613 −25 12
 India 8 3 5 563 632 −69 11
 Thailand 8 2 6 544 692 −148 10
 Singapore 8 1 7 548 806 −258 9
 Hong Kong 8 0 8 493 874 −381 8
October 30
Singapore  80–134  Philippines
Scoring by half: 31–68, 49–66
October 30
Japan  79–44  Thailand
Scoring by half: 35–15, 44–29
October 30
Hong Kong  51–125  South Korea
Scoring by half: 24–58, 27–67
October 30
Malaysia  80–68  India
Scoring by half: 45–33, 35–35
October 31
Thailand  98–58  Singapore
Scoring by half: 37–26, 61–32
October 31
Taiwan  92–69  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 42–36, 50–33
October 31
Philippines  133–57  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 64–28, 69–29
October 31
South Korea  83–57  India
Scoring by half: 55–22, 28–35
November 1
Hong Kong  38–131  Japan
Scoring by half: 16–63, 22–68
November 1
Singapore  62–98  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 38–54, 24–44
November 1
Malaysia  57–79  South Korea
Scoring by half: 29–40, 28–39
November 1
Thailand  67–75  India
Scoring by half: 32–32, 35–43
November 3
Philippines  95–53  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 43–30, 52–23
November 3
India  80–79  Singapore
Scoring by half: 40–41, 40–38
November 3
Japan  86–57  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 50–25, 36–32
November 3
South Korea  131–61  Thailand
Scoring by half: 66–27, 65–34
November 4
Taiwan  96–59  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 50–25, 46–34
November 4
Japan  87–56  India
Scoring by half: 42–32, 45–24
November 4
Thailand  72–121  Philippines
Scoring by half: 33–59, 39–62
November 6
South Korea  80–88  Philippines
Scoring by half: 34–44, 46–44
November 6
Hong Kong  72–96  Singapore
Scoring by half: 32–38, 40–58
November 6
India  64–71  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 32–36, 32–35
November 7
Japan  86–48  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 45–26, 41–22
November 7
Thailand  85–76  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 47–34, 38–42
November 7
Singapore  49–125  South Korea
Scoring by half: 19–59, 30–66
November 8
Hong Kong  74–101  India
Scoring by half: 34–57, 40–44
November 8
Philippines  69–93  Japan
Scoring by half: 39–45, 30–48
November 8
Malaysia  71–50  Thailand
Scoring by half: 24–22, 47–28
November 8
Taiwan  84–93 2OT  South Korea
Scoring by half: 34–34, 33–33 OT: 10–10, 7–16
November 9
Malaysia  107–66  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 57–33, 50–33
November 9
Japan  96–47  Singapore
Scoring by half: 54–21, 42–26
November 9
Taiwan  81–67  Thailand
Scoring by half: 42–34, 39–33
November 9
India  62–91  Philippines
Scoring by half: 30–43, 32–48
November 10
Singapore  77–103  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 41–48, 36–55
November 10
Philippines  77–75  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 40–45, 37–30
November 10
South Korea  68–76  Japan
Scoring by half: 30–37, 38–39

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 1972 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
1  Japan 8–0
2  Philippines 7–1
3  South Korea 6–2
4  Taiwan 5–3
5  Malaysia 4–4
6  India 3–5
7  Thailand 2–6
8  Singapore 1–7
9  Hong Kong 0–8

Awards[edit]

 1971 Asian Champions 

Japan
Second title

References[edit]