1975 ABC Championship

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1975 FIBA Asia Championship
8th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Thailand
Dates November 15–26
Teams 13 (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (1st title)

The 1975 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Bangkok, Thailand.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 6 6 0 621 417 +204 12
 Philippines 6 5 1 622 526 +96 11
 Thailand 6 4 2 535 488 +47 10
 Singapore 6 3 3 502 560 −58 9
 Hong Kong 6 2 4 507 580 −73 8
 Indonesia 6 1 5 460 588 −128 7
 Pakistan 6 0 6 440 528 −88 6
November 15
Thailand  94–76  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 44–40, 50–36
November 15
Philippines  97–72  Singapore
Scoring by half: 47–44, 50–28
November 15
Indonesia  74–67  Pakistan
Scoring by half: 37–22, 37–45
November 16
Hong Kong  87–76  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 35–38, 52–38
November 16
Pakistan  64–94  China
Scoring by half: 28–47, 36–47
November 16
Singapore  83–99  Thailand
Scoring by half: 47–50, 36–49
November 17
Indonesia  87–117  Philippines
Scoring by half: 35–57, 52–60
November 17
Thailand  87–69  Pakistan
Scoring by half: 37–25, 50–44
November 17
China  109–64  Singapore
Scoring by half: 51–35, 58–29
November 18
Singapore  104–87  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 48–36, 56–51
November 18
Pakistan  75–82  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 44–40, 31–42
November 18
Philippines  85–105  China
Scoring by half: 44–50, 41–55
November 19
Hong Kong  89–93  Singapore
Scoring by half: 45–53, 44–40
November 19
China  108–57  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 43–29, 65–28
November 19
Thailand  88–96  Philippines
Scoring by half: 55–49, 33–47
November 20
Philippines  105–86  Pakistan
Scoring by half: 52–50, 53–36
November 20
China  120–85  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 59–45, 61–40
November 20
Indonesia  79–105  Thailand
Scoring by half: 37–52, 42–53
November 21
Pakistan  79–86  Singapore
Scoring by half: 37–52, 42–34
November 21
Hong Kong  88–122  Philippines
Scoring by half: 42–64, 46–58
November 21
Thailand  62–85  China
Scoring by half: 32–41, 30–44

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 5 5 0 566 380 +186 10
 South Korea 5 4 1 634 340 +294 9
 India 5 3 2 477 474 +3 8
 Malaysia 5 2 3 479 523 −44 7
 Kuwait 5 1 4 399 517 −118 6
 Sri Lanka 5 0 5 351 672 −321 5
November 15
South Korea  124–68  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 59–33, 65–35
November 15
Japan  117–77  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 54–33, 63–44
November 16
Malaysia  144–94  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 73–45, 71–49
November 16
India  61–126  South Korea
Scoring by half: 26–65, 35–61
November 17
Sri Lanka  82–103  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 41–52, 41–51
November 17
Japan  99–81  India
Scoring by half: 45–40, 54–41
November 18
Sri Lanka  54–126  Japan
Scoring by half: 20–63, 34–63
November 18
India  90–78  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 42–35, 48–43
November 19
South Korea  119–69  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 67–36, 52–33
November 19
Japan  118–66  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 52–29, 66–37
November 20
Malaysia  86–109  India
Scoring by half: 38–53, 48–56
November 20
Sri Lanka  36–163  South Korea
Scoring by half: 14–77, 22–86
November 21
India  136–85  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 70–35, 66–50
November 21
Kuwait  84–103  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 39–50, 45–53
November 21
South Korea  102–106  Japan
Scoring by half: 56–53, 46–53

Final round[edit]

  • The results and the points of the matches between the same teams that were already played during the preliminary round shall be taken into account for the final round.

Classification 7th–13th[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Singapore 6 6 0 546 474 +72 12
 Malaysia 6 5 1 612 508 +104 11
 Hong Kong 6 4 2 544 506 +38 10
 Indonesia 6 2 4 498 502 −4 8 1–1 / 1.007
 Pakistan 6 2 4 508 525 −17 8 1–1 / 1.006
 Kuwait 6 2 4 468 501 −33 8 1–1 / 0.987
 Sri Lanka 6 0 6 474 634 −160 6
November 23
Indonesia  81–73  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 48–39, 33–34
November 23
Pakistan  84–101  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 48–46, 36–55
November 23
Hong Kong  92–89  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 47–39, 45–50
November 24
Malaysia  98–84  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 48–35, 50–49
November 24
Sri Lanka  74–100  Pakistan
Scoring by half: 42–47, 32–53
November 24
Kuwait  75–89  Singapore
Scoring by half: 39–40, 36–49
November 25
Hong Kong  111–81  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 53–46, 58–35
November 25
Pakistan  93–85  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 37–40, 56–45
November 25
Singapore  79–74  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 44–32, 35–42
November 26
Kuwait  72–66  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 37–32, 35–34
November 26
Sri Lanka  70–95  Singapore
Scoring by half: 32–51, 38–44
November 26
Malaysia  92–83  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 51–40, 41–43

Championship[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 5 5 0 478 365 +113 10
 Japan 5 4 1 446 412 +34 9
 South Korea 5 3 2 539 405 +134 8
 India 5 2 3 419 479 −60 7
 Philippines 5 1 4 409 527 −118 6
 Thailand 5 0 5 355 458 −103 5
November 23
China  111–81  India
Scoring by half: 55–44, 56–37
November 23
Thailand  64–82  Japan
Scoring by half: 24–41, 40–41
November 24
Japan  100–85  Philippines
Scoring by half: 50–47, 50–38
November 24
South Korea  78–97  China
Scoring by half: 42–58, 36–39
November 25
Thailand  67–112  South Korea
Scoring by half: 38–65, 29–47
November 25
Philippines  69–113  India
Scoring by half: 30–59, 39–54
November 26
South Korea  121–74  Philippines
Scoring by half: 61–34, 60–40
November 26
China  80–59  Japan
Scoring by half: 38–28, 42–31
November 26
India  83–74  Thailand
Scoring by half: 61–34, 22–40

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 1976 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
1st  China 9–0
2nd  Japan 7–1
3rd  South Korea 6–2
4  India 5–3
5  Philippines 5–4
6  Thailand 4–5
7  Singapore 6–3
8  Malaysia 5–4
9  Hong Kong 4–5
10  Indonesia 2–7
11  Pakistan 2–7
12  Kuwait 2–7
13  Sri Lanka 0–9

Awards[edit]

 1975 Asian Champions 

China
First title

References[edit]