1993 ABC Championship

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1993 FIBA Asia Championship
17th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Indonesia
Dates November 12–21
Teams 18 (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (9th title)

The 1993 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Saudi Arabia 4 3 1 322 261 +61 7 1–0
 China 4 3 1 390 222 +168 7 0–1
 Jordan 4 2 2 240 273 −33 6 1–0
 Thailand 4 2 2 300 345 −45 6 0–1
 Pakistan 4 0 4 222 373 −151 4
November 12
Pakistan  70–91  Thailand
Scoring by half: 33–45, 37–46
November 12
Saudi Arabia  69–53  Jordan
Scoring by half: 36–25, 33–28
November 13
Pakistan  55–101  Saudi Arabia
Scoring by half: 20–51, 35–50
November 13
Thailand  62–125  China
Scoring by half: 25–69, 37–56
November 14
Jordan  69–57  Pakistan
Scoring by half: 38–26, 31–31
November 14
Saudi Arabia  74–69 OT  China
Scoring by half: 24–20, 35–39 OT: 15–10
November 15
Thailand  84–78  Saudi Arabia
Scoring by half: 44–35, 40–43
November 15
China  84–46  Jordan
Scoring by half: 41–17, 43–29
November 16
Jordan  72–63  Thailand
Scoring by half: 38–35, 34–28
November 16
Pakistan  40–112  China
Scoring by half: 23–63, 17–49

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 3 3 0 269 171 +98 6
 United Arab Emirates 3 2 1 214 201 +13 5
 Philippines 3 1 2 234 216 +18 4
 Singapore 3 0 3 144 273 −129 3
November 12
Philippines  70–74  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by half: 41–41, 29–33
November 12
South Korea  107–33  Singapore
Scoring by half: 50–11, 57–22
November 14
United Arab Emirates  77–49  Singapore
Scoring by half: 42–22, 35–27
November 14
South Korea  80–75  Philippines
Scoring by half: 38–31, 42–44
November 15
United Arab Emirates  63–82  South Korea
Scoring by half: 31–36, 32–46
November 16
Singapore  62–89  Philippines
Scoring by half: 28–44, 34–45

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Iran 3 3 0 273 120 +53 6
 Japan 3 2 1 288 211 +77 5
 Indonesia 3 1 2 195 237 −42 4
 Hong Kong 3 0 3 183 271 −88 3
November 12
Iran  94–61  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 40–31, 54–30
November 13
Hong Kong  62–71  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 32–23, 30–48
November 14
Japan  88–98  Iran
Scoring by half: 44–53, 44–45
November 15
Hong Kong  60–106  Japan
Scoring by half: 26–56, 34–50
November 15
Indonesia  71–81  Iran
Scoring by half: 25–39, 46–42
November 16
Japan  94–53  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 41–23, 53–30

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Chinese Taipei 3 3 0 290 179 +111 6 1–0
 North Korea 3 3 0 282 205 +77 6 1–0
 Kuwait 4 2 2 344 266 +78 6 0–2
 Malaysia 4 1 3 356 323 +33 5
 Bangladesh 4 0 4 209 508 −299 4
November 12
North Korea  75–70  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 41–31, 34–39
November 12
Chinese Taipei  76–65  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 43–40, 33–25
November 13
Kuwait  124–36  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 56–20, 68–16
November 13
Malaysia  72–97  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 44–51, 28–46
November 14
North Korea  84–77  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 64–39, 20–38
November 14
Chinese Taipei  117–42  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 62–12, 55–30
November 15
Bangladesh  58–123  North Korea
Scoring by half: 24–62, 34–61
November 15
Kuwait  78–70  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 37–42, 41–28
November 16
Malaysia  144–73  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 69–37, 75–36
November 16
North Korea  vs.  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 7–14
  • The game between DPR Korea and Chinese Taipei was called with Chinese Taipei leading 14–7 after 11 minutes.

Classification 17th–18th[edit]

November 17
Pakistan  106–50  Bangladesh

Classification 9th–16th[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals 9th place
                   
November 17        
  Jordan  90
November 18
  Malaysia  79  
  Jordan  65
November 17
    Indonesia  42  
  Singapore  60
November 20
  Indonesia  71  
  Jordan  65
November 17
    Kuwait  62
  Philippines  96
November 18
  Hong Kong  75  
  Philippines  82 11th place
November 17
    Kuwait  84  
  Thailand  53   Indonesia  76
  Kuwait  88     Philippines  89
November 20
Semifinals 13th place
November 19
  Malaysia  86  
  Singapore  81  
 
November 20
      Malaysia  67
    Hong Kong  77
15th place
November 19 November 20
  Hong Kong  77   Singapore  70
  Thailand  65     Thailand  103

Quarterfinals[edit]

November 17
Jordan  90–79  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 52–48, 38–31
November 17
Singapore  60–71  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 27–34, 33–37
November 17
Philippines  96–75  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 45–32, 51–43
November 17
Thailand  53–88  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 24–41, 29–47

Semifinals 13th–16th[edit]

November 19
Malaysia  86–81  Singapore
Scoring by half: 46–42, 40–39
November 19
Hong Kong  77–65  Thailand
Scoring by half: 33–34, 44–31

Semifinals 9th–12th[edit]

November 18
Jordan  65–42  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 31–30, 34–12
November 18
Philippines  82–84  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 43–42, 39–42

15th place[edit]

November 20
Singapore  70–103  Thailand
Scoring by half: 35–49, 35–54

13th place[edit]

November 20
Malaysia  67–77  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 30–40, 37–37

11th place[edit]

November 20
Indonesia  76–89  Philippines
Scoring by half: 36–46, 40–43

9th place[edit]

November 20
Kuwait  62–65  Jordan
Scoring by half: 24–39, 38–26

Final round[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                   
November 18        
  Saudi Arabia  61
November 20
  North Korea  80  
  North Korea  86
November 18
    Iran  69  
  United Arab Emirates  73
November 21
  Iran  77  
  North Korea  72
November 18
    China  93
  South Korea  89
November 20
  Japan  66  
  South Korea  62 3rd place
November 18
    China  81  
  China  87   Iran  70
  Chinese Taipei  67     South Korea  86
November 21
Semifinals 5th place
November 19
  Saudi Arabia  62  
  United Arab Emirates  53  
 
November 21
      Saudi Arabia  74
    Chinese Taipei  75
7th place
November 19 November 21
  Japan  66   United Arab Emirates  76
  Chinese Taipei  72     Japan  83

Quarterfinals[edit]

November 18
Saudi Arabia  61–80  North Korea
Scoring by half: 23–37, 38–43
November 18
United Arab Emirates  73–77  Iran
Scoring by half: 46–36, 27–41
November 18
South Korea  89–66  Japan
Scoring by half: 38–39, 51–27
November 18
China  87–67  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 47–35, 40–32

Semifinals 5th–8th[edit]

November 19
Saudi Arabia  62–53  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by half: 39–29, 23–24
November 19
Japan  66–72  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 34–50, 32–22

Semifinals[edit]

November 20
North Korea  86–69  Iran
Scoring by half: 45–41, 41–28
November 20
South Korea  62–81  China
Scoring by half: 30–33, 32–48

7th place[edit]

November 21
United Arab Emirates  76–83  Japan
Scoring by half: 36–36, 40–47

5th place[edit]

November 21
Saudi Arabia  74–75  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 37–43, 37–32

3rd place[edit]

November 21
Iran  70–86  South Korea
Scoring by half: 30–31, 40–55

Final[edit]

November 21
North Korea  72–93  China
Scoring by half: 39–47, 33–46

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 1994 FIBA World Championship
Rank Team Record
1  China 6–1
2  North Korea 5–1
3  South Korea 5–1
4  Iran 4–2
5  Chinese Taipei 5–1
6  Saudi Arabia 4–3
7  Japan 3–3
8  United Arab Emirates 2–4
9  Jordan 5–2
10  Kuwait 4–3
11  Philippines 3–3
12  Indonesia 2–4
13  Hong Kong 2–4
14  Malaysia 2–5
15  Thailand 3–4
16  Singapore 0–6
17  Pakistan 1–4
18  Bangladesh 0–5

Awards[edit]

 1993 Asian Champions 

China
Ninth title

References[edit]