2009 FIBA Asia Championship qualification

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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.

Qualification format[edit]

The following are eligible to participate:[1]

  • 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[edit]

Rank Team Note
1st  Jordan Direct Qualifier
2nd  Kazakhstan Middle Asia (+1)
3rd  Kuwait Gulf (+1)
4  Qatar Gulf (+2)
5  India Middle Asia (+2)

Qualified teams[edit]

East Asia (1+2) Gulf (2+2) Middle Asia (2+2) Southeast Asia (2) West Asia (1+2)
 China  Qatar  India  Philippines  Jordan
 South Korea  Kuwait  Kazakhstan  Indonesia  Iran
 Japan  United Arab Emirates  Sri Lanka  Lebanon
 Bahrain *  Uzbekistan

*  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.

East Asia[edit]

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.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 2 2 0 162 133 +29 4
 China 2 1 1 161 134 +27 3
 Hong Kong 2 0 2 135 191 −56 2
June 10
15:30
Hong Kong  64–99  China
Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 21–23, 19–24, 8–22
June 11
15:30
China  62–70  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 12–21, 16–5, 23–26, 11–18
June 12
15:30
South Korea  92–71  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 24–10, 29–22, 20–17, 19–22

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 2 2 0 187 131 +56 4
 Chinese Taipei 2 1 1 165 137 +28 3
 Mongolia 2 0 2 124 208 −84 2
June 10
18:30
Chinese Taipei  66–78  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 18–12, 10–27, 22–22
June 11
18:30
Japan  109–65  Mongolia
Scoring by quarter: 26–9, 26–16, 23–16, 34–24
June 12
18:30
Mongolia  59–99  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 15–24, 12–24, 12–27

Classification 5th–6th[edit]

June 13
19:00
Hong Kong  92–73  Mongolia
Scoring by quarter: 35–28, 14–18, 23–18, 20–9

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
June 13
  South Korea  86  
  Chinese Taipei  71  
 
June 14
      South Korea  68
    Japan  58
3rd place
June 13 June 14
  Japan  68   Chinese Taipei  90
  China  63     China  107

Semifinals[edit]

June 13
13:00
South Korea  86–71  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 17–9, 28–27, 26–18
June 13
16:00
Japan  68–63  China
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 15–8, 17–10, 22–27

3rd place[edit]

June 14
13:00
Chinese Taipei  90–107  China
Scoring by quarter: 27–36, 18–19, 18–26, 27–26

Final[edit]

June 14
16:00
South Korea  68–58  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 19–18, 15–12, 15–9

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st  South Korea
2nd  Japan
3rd  China
4  Chinese Taipei
5  Hong Kong
6  Mongolia

Gulf[edit]

The 19th Gulf Cup was held in Muscat, Oman.

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Qatar 4 4 0 299 237 +62 8
 Kuwait 4 3 1 282 255 +27 7
 United Arab Emirates 4 2 2 327 280 +47 6
 Bahrain 4 1 3 320 276 +44 5
 Oman 4 0 4 214 394 −180 4
January 3
17:30
Kuwait  75–67  Bahrain
January 3
19:30
Qatar  82–80  United Arab Emirates
January 5
13:00
Kuwait  44–60  Qatar
January 5
15:00
United Arab Emirates  102–53  Oman
January 7
13:00
Oman  52–110  Bahrain
January 7
15:00
United Arab Emirates  66–68  Kuwait
January 9
13:00
Bahrain  66–70  Qatar
January 9
15:00
Kuwait  95–62  Oman
January 11
14:00
Oman  47–87  Qatar
January 11
16:00
United Arab Emirates  79–77  Bahrain

Middle Asia[edit]

All the others withdrew, so  India,  Kazakhstan,  Sri Lanka and  Uzbekistan qualified automatically.

Southeast Asia[edit]

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.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 3 3 0 320 206 +114 6
 Indonesia 3 2 1 217 235 −18 5
 Malaysia 3 1 2 222 244 −22 4
 Singapore 3 0 3 204 278 −74 3
June 6
19:00
Malaysia  73–100  Philippines
June 6
21:00
Singapore  65–79  Indonesia
June 7
19:00
Singapore  70–82  Malaysia
June 7
21:00
Philippines  103–64  Indonesia
June 8
19:00
Singapore  69–117  Philippines
June 8
21:00
Malaysia  67–74  Indonesia

Final[edit]

June 9
19:00
Philippines  98–68  Indonesia

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st  Philippines
2nd  Indonesia
3rd  Malaysia
4  Singapore

West Asia[edit]

All the others withdrew, so  Iran and  Lebanon qualified automatically.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA ASIA Internal Regulations". FIBA Asia. p. 20. Retrieved 16 August 2011. 

External links[edit]