2009 Stanković Continental Champions' Cup

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The 2009 Stanković Continental Champions' Cup of the annual Stanković Cup Tournament was held in Kunshan, China from August 28 to August 31.

Participating teams[edit]

Results[edit]

All 4 teams played a round-robin tournament first. The top 2 teams advanced to final while the other 2 teams fought for 3rd place.

Round-robin[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Australia 3 3 0 216 188 +28 6
 Turkey 3 2 1 195 186 +9 5
 China 3 1 2 241 219 +22 4
 Angola 3 0 3 159 218 -59 3
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August 28
15:30
Turkey  54–70  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 9-27, 23-7, 11-17, 11-19
Pts: Sonkol 11
Rebs: Sonkol 7
Asts: 5 players 1
Pts: Dellavedova 13
Rebs: Dellavedova 6
Asts: Harvey 6
August 28
19:30
China  88–62  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 29-20, 20-17, 26-9, 13-16
Pts: Wang Z.Z. 17
Rebs: 4 players 6
Asts: Sun Y. 7
Pts: M. Barros 17
Rebs: Kiala 8
Asts: M. Barros 6
August 29
15:30
Angola  37–60  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 5-15, 12-14, 8-16, 12-15
Pts: M. Barros 10
Rebs: Tati, P. Barros 5
Asts: M. Barros 2
Pts: Cankaya 13
Rebs: Sonkol 12
Asts: Yapar, Sevinc 3
August 29
19:30
China  74–76  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 23-23, 20-16, 14-18, 17-19
Pts: Li X.X. 17
Rebs: Li X.X. 8
Asts: Wang Z.Z. 2
Pts: Ogilvy 18
Rebs: Forman, Martin 7
Asts: Harvey 4
August 30
15:30
Australia  70–60  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 19-12, 10-19, 17-17, 24-12
Pts: Forman, Rush 12
Rebs: Martin, Schenscher 7
Asts: Holmes 3
Pts: Kiala 17
Rebs: Kiala 6
Asts: M. Barros 2
August 30
19:30
China  79–81 OT  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 14-16, 21-14, 16-17, 18-22, OT: 10-12
Pts: Zhou P. 16
Rebs: Li X.X. 10
Asts: Li X.X., Zhang Q.P., Ding J.H. 3
Pts: Cankaya 23
Rebs: Sonkol 8
Asts: Cankaya 5

Third-place Playoff[edit]

August 31
18:30
China  58–50  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 13-12, 17-14, 16-13, 12-11
Pts: Zhou P. 20
Rebs: Li X.X. 11
Asts: Zhou P. 3
Pts: Kiala 13
Rebs: Kiala 13
Asts: Tati 2

Final[edit]

August 31
20:30
Australia  69–52  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 19-10, 13-13, 24-15, 13-14

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  Australia 4-0
Silver medal icon.svg  Turkey 2-2
Bronze medal icon.svg  China 2-2
4th  Angola 0-4

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