2011 FIBA Asia Championship qualification

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The 2011 FIBA Asia Championship qualification was held in late 2010 and early 2011 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  Lebanon Direct Qualifier
2nd  Japan East Asia (+1)
3rd  Qatar Gulf (+1)
4  Philippines Southeast Asia (+1)
5  Jordan West Asia (+1)
6  Iran
7  Chinese Taipei
8  Kazakhstan
9  Iraq
10  Syria

Qualified teams[edit]

East Asia (1+2+1) Gulf (2+1) Middle Asia (2) Southeast Asia (2+1) West Asia (1+2+1)
 China  Qatar  India  Philippines  Lebanon
 South Korea  United Arab Emirates  Uzbekistan  Indonesia  Iran
 Japan  Bahrain  Malaysia  Jordan
 Chinese Taipei  Syria

East Asia[edit]

The 2011 East Asia Basketball Championship is the qualifying tournament for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship. It also serves as a regional championship involving East Asian basketball teams. the three best teams excluding China qualifies for 2011 FIBA Asia Championship. The tournament was held from June 10 to 15, 2011 in Nanjing, China.[2]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 2 2 0 165 97 +68 4
 South Korea 2 1 1 188 108 +80 3
 Hong Kong 2 0 2 90 238 −148 2
June 10
14:00
South Korea  134–47  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 28–5, 42–12, 31–11, 33–19
June 11
16:00
Hong Kong  43–104  China
Scoring by quarter: 5–28, 11–21, 12–35, 15–20
June 12
16:00
China  61–54  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 13–16, 19–12, 14–16

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Chinese Taipei 2 2 0 160 145 +15 4
 Japan 2 1 1 168 148 +20 3
 Mongolia 2 0 2 144 179 −35 2
June 10
16:00
Japan  74–75  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 14–13, 18–14, 17–25, 25–23
June 11
14:00
Chinese Taipei  85–71  Mongolia
Scoring by quarter: 25–30, 18–16, 18–11, 24–14
June 12
14:00
Mongolia  73–94  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–28, 16–19, 18–22, 22–25

Classification 5th–6th[edit]

June 14
14:00
Mongolia  83–87  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 23–26, 18–30, 27–21

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
June 14
  Chinese Taipei  61  
  South Korea  69  
 
June 15
      South Korea  89
    Japan  73
3rd place
June 14 June 15
  China  62   Chinese Taipei  53
  Japan  72     China  87

Semifinals[edit]

June 14
16:00
Chinese Taipei  61–69  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–19, 17–16, 18–15, 15–19
June 14
19:30
China  62–72  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 23–12, 10–26, 14–22

3rd place[edit]

June 15
16:00
Chinese Taipei  53–87  China
Scoring by quarter: 15–23, 11–11, 11–30, 16–23

Final[edit]

June 15
19:30
South Korea  89–73  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 25–13, 15–24, 23–17, 26–19

Final standing[edit]

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

Gulf[edit]

The 12th Gulf Basketball Championship is the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Championship 2011. it also serves as a regional championship. the three best teams qualifies for FIBA Asia Championship 2011.[3]

Preliminary round[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Qatar 3 3 0 247 220 +27 6
 Bahrain 3 2 1 211 205 +6 5
 United Arab Emirates 3 1 2 209 214 −5 4
 Saudi Arabia 3 0 3 198 226 −28 3
September 27
17:00
Qatar  80–72  Saudi Arabia
Scoring by quarter: 27–12, 11–21, 18–18, 24–21
September 27
20:00
United Arab Emirates  61–65  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 15–18, 16–16, 12–13, 18–18
September 28
17:00
Saudi Arabia  66–79  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 15–21, 11–13, 23–26
September 28
19:00
Bahrain  79–84  Qatar
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 20–25, 18–24, 15–19
September 30
17:00
Saudi Arabia  60–67  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 18–8, 24–25, 8–17, 10–17
September 30
19:00
United Arab Emirates  69–83  Qatar
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 13–19, 15–17, 18–17

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
October 1
  Qatar  89  
  Saudi Arabia  64  
 
October 3
      Qatar  81
    United Arab Emirates  74
3rd place
October 1 October 3
  Bahrain  59   Saudi Arabia  55
  United Arab Emirates  69     Bahrain  67

Semifinals[edit]

October 1
17:00
Bahrain  59–69  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 16–22, 13–18, 13–13
October 1
19:00
Qatar  89–64  Saudi Arabia
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 18–15, 21–15, 30–18

3rd place[edit]

October 3
17:00
Saudi Arabia  55–67  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 15–18, 15–21, 10–13

Final[edit]

October 3
19:00
Qatar  81–74  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by quarter: 28–18, 13–14, 16–15, 24–27

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st  Qatar
2nd  United Arab Emirates
3rd  Bahrain
4  Saudi Arabia

Middle Asia – SAARC[edit]

The 2011 Middle Asia qualifying tournament for SAARC teams was held from July 13 to 15, 2011 in New Delhi, India. The best team qualifies for 2011 FIBA Asia Championship.[4][5]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 India 1 1 0 99 42 +57 2
 Sri Lanka 1 0 1 42 99 −57 1
July 13
17:00
India  99–42  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 32–5, 28–15, 26–14, 13–8

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
   Nepal 2 2 0 143 114 +29 4
 Bangladesh 2 1 1 153 123 +30 3
 Bhutan 2 0 2 112 171 −59 2
July 13
9:00
Nepal    79–53  Bhutan
Scoring by quarter: 24–13, 20–13, 16–13, 19–14
July 13
19:00
Bhutan  59–92  Bangladesh
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 24–23, 13–31, 11–23
July 14
9:00
Bangladesh  61–64    Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 13–14, 19–23, 13–12

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
July 14
  India  120  
  Bangladesh  26  
 
July 15
      India  89
    Sri Lanka  35
3rd place
July 14 July 15
    Nepal  44   Bangladesh  62
  Sri Lanka  65       Nepal  73

Semifinals[edit]

July 14
17:00
India  120–26  Bangladesh
Scoring by quarter: 27–8, 36–9, 23–8, 34–1
July 14
19:00
Nepal    44–65  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 16–19, 6–18, 7–18

3rd place[edit]

July 15
15:00
Bangladesh  62–73    Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 19–23, 14–19, 9–15, 20–16

Final[edit]

July 15
17:00
India  89–35  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 25–2, 26–9, 22–10, 16–14

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st  India
2nd  Sri Lanka
3rd    Nepal
4  Bangladesh
5  Bhutan

Middle Asia – Stans[edit]

The 2011 Middle Asia qualifying tournament for ‘Stans’ section of the Middle Asia was held on July 31, 2011 in Navoiy, Uzbekistan. The best team qualifies for 2011 FIBA Asia Championship.[6] Afghanistan was supposed to play in this tournament but Uzbekistan's foreign ministry did not authorize the visas to travel to the tournament.[7]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Uzbekistan 1 1 0 82 59 +23 2
 Turkmenistan 1 0 1 59 82 −23 1
July 31
Uzbekistan  82–59  Turkmenistan
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 22–18, 15–11, 23–17

Southeast Asia[edit]

The 2011 Southeast Asia Basketball Association Championship is the qualifying tournament for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship; it also serves as a regional championship involving Southeast Asian basketball teams. It was held on June 23 to June 26, 2011 at Jakarta, Indonesia. The top three finishers qualifies to the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship.[8]

Preliminary round[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 3 3 0 297 176 +121 6
 Indonesia 3 2 1 202 201 +1 5
 Malaysia 3 1 2 190 238 −48 4
 Singapore 3 0 3 175 249 −74 3
June 23
16:00
Malaysia  71–97  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 21–16, 16–27, 14–34
June 23
19:00
Indonesia  71–60  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 15–20, 17–20, 23–6
June 24
16:00
Singapore  64–72  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 17–21, 13–23, 7–16, 27–12
June 24
18:00
Philippines  94–54  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 20–9, 29–13, 22–16, 23–16
June 25
16:00
Singapore  51–106  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 9–30, 14–30, 20–17, 8–29
June 25
18:00
Indonesia  77–47  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 10–4, 23–23, 20–16, 24–4

Final[edit]

June 26
18:00
Philippines  89–50  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 31–10, 15–17, 21–8, 22–15

Final standing[edit]

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

West Asia[edit]

The 2011 WABA Championship is the qualifying tournament for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship. It also serves as a regional championship involving West Asian basketball teams. the three best teams qualifies for 2011 FIBA Asia Championship. The tournament was held from June 23 to 25, 2011 in Duhok, Iraq.[9]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Iran 3 3 0 248 184 +64 6
 Jordan 3 2 1 241 224 +17 5
 Syria 3 1 2 229 260 −31 4
 Iraq 3 0 3 214 264 −50 3
June 23
17:00
Iran  72–70  Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 15–25, 11–14, 25–20
June 23
19:00
Iraq  85–92  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 16–27, 27–29, 16–15
June 24
17:00
Syria  62–83  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 16–13, 11–23, 18–19, 17–28
June 24
19:00
Jordan  79–77  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 14–21, 22–16, 30–19
June 25
17:00
Jordan  92–75  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 22–19, 28–13, 21–25, 21–18
June 25
19:00
Iraq  52–93  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 12–29, 19–23, 8–25, 13–16

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA ASIA Internal Regulations" (PDF). FIBA Asia. p. 20. Retrieved 16 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "KOR – Korea win East Asia gold en route to Wuhan". FIBA Asia. 11 July 2011. Retrieved 16 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "Qatar retain GCC Championship title". FIBA Asia. 11 July 2011. Retrieved 4 October 2010. 
  4. ^ "India, Sri Lanka “seeded” into semifinals". FIBA Asia. 11 July 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "IND – India confirm ticket to Wuhan". FIBA Asia. 15 July 2011. Retrieved 16 August 2011. 
  6. ^ "UZB – Uzbekistan rout Turkmenistan, complete fray for Wuhan". FIBA Asia. 11 August 2011. Retrieved 12 August 2011. 
  7. ^ "Afghan Team Denied Chance at 2012 Olympics". The New York Times. 29 July 2011. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  8. ^ "PHI/INA – Philippines retain SEABA title in style". FIBA Asia. 26 June 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2011. 
  9. ^ "IRI – Iran win WABA Championship en route to ticket to Wuhan". FIBA Asia. 26 June 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2011. 

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