2009 FIBA Asia Championship qualification
The 2009 FIBA Asia Championship qualification was held in early 2009 with the Gulf region, West Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Middle Asia (Central Asia and South Asia) each conducting tournaments.
- 1 Qualification format
- 2 FIBA Asia Stanković Cup
- 3 Qualified teams
- 4 East Asia
- 5 Gulf
- 6 Middle Asia
- 7 Southeast Asia
- 8 West Asia
- 9 References
- 10 External links
The following are eligible to participate:
- The organizing country.
- The champion team from the previous FIBA Asia Stanković Cup.
- The four best-placed teams from the previous FIBA Asia Stanković Cup will qualify the same number of teams from their respective sub-zones.
- The two best teams from the sub-zones.
FIBA Asia Stanković Cup
|Kazakhstan||Middle Asia (+1)|
|5||India||Middle Asia (+2)|
|East Asia (1+2)||Gulf (2+2)||Middle Asia (2+2)||Southeast Asia (2)||West Asia (1+2)|
|Japan||United Arab Emirates||Sri Lanka||Lebanon|
* Chinese Taipei, which finished fourth behind Korea, Japan and China in the East Asian qualifiers, was given a wild card entry into the championship following the withdrawal of Gulf representatives Bahrain.
The East Asia Basketball Championship for Men 2009 is the qualifying tournament for the 2009 FIBA Asia Championship. It also serves as a regional championship involving East Asian basketball teams. the two best teams excluding China qualifies for 2009 FIBA Asia Championship.
|Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 21–23, 19–24, 8–22|
|Scoring by quarter: 12–21, 16–5, 23–26, 11–18|
|South Korea||92–71||Hong Kong|
|Scoring by quarter: 24–10, 29–22, 20–17, 19–22|
|Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 18–12, 10–27, 22–22|
|Scoring by quarter: 26–9, 26–16, 23–16, 34–24|
|Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 15–24, 12–24, 12–27|
|Scoring by quarter: 35–28, 14–18, 23–18, 20–9|
|June 13||June 14|
|South Korea||86–71||Chinese Taipei|
|Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 17–9, 28–27, 26–18|
|Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 15–8, 17–10, 22–27|
|Scoring by quarter: 27–36, 18–19, 18–26, 27–26|
|Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 19–18, 15–12, 15–9|
|United Arab Emirates||4||2||2||327||280||+47||6|
A tournament was held to determine Southeast Asia's two representatives to the FIBA Asia Championship. The qualifying tournament also served as the zonal championship, which held in Medan, Indonesia from June 6 to 9.