1963 ABC Championship

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1963 FIBA Asia Championship
2nd Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Republic of China
Dates November 20 – December 3
Teams (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Philippines (2nd title)
1960
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The 1963 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Taipei, Republic of China.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 7 6 1 649 406 +243 13
 Taiwan 7 6 1 695 535 +160 13
 South Korea 7 5 2 649 496 +153 12
 Thailand 7 4 3 581 542 +39 11
 Malaya 7 4 3 548 568 −20 11
 Singapore 7 2 5 516 662 −146 9
 Hong Kong 7 1 6 479 610 −131 8
 South Vietnam 7 0 7 538 836 −298 7
November 20
Singapore  80–73  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 28–35, 52–38
November 21
South Vietnam  89–98  Singapore
Scoring by half: 40–49, 49–49
November 21
Malaya  81–80  South Korea
Scoring by half: 32–38, 49–42
November 21
Thailand  60–83  Philippines
Scoring by half: 26–36, 34–47
November 22
Singapore  65–74  Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–43, 33–31
November 22
South Vietnam  61–124  Philippines
Scoring by half: 53–35, 71–26
November 22
South Korea  90–61  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 38–28, 52–33
November 22
Taiwan  100–76  Malaya
Scoring by half: 33–26, 67–50
November 23
Hong Kong  105–75  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 49–34, 56–41
November 23
Malaya  42–103  Philippines
Scoring by half: 22–48, 20–55
November 23
South Korea  110–55  Singapore
Scoring by half: 49–25, 61–30
November 23
Thailand  87–96  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 42–45, 45–51
November 24
Thailand  68–66  Malaya
Scoring by half: 32–27, 36–39
November 24
Singapore  64–114  Philippines
Scoring by half: 24–48, 40–66
November 24
South Vietnam  75–136  South Korea
Scoring by half: 64–36, 72–39
November 24
Hong Kong  46–102  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 54–21, 48–25
November 25
Taiwan  145–91  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 72–40, 73–51
November 26
Singapore  72–111  Malaya
Scoring by half: 31–54, 41–57
November 26
South Vietnam  75–131  Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–65, 43–66
November 26
Philippines  96–52  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 47–27, 49–25
November 26
South Korea  83–96  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 39–42, 44–54
November 27
Taiwan  91–82  Singapore
Scoring by half: 43–32, 48–50
November 27
Malaya  97–72  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 45–30, 52–42
November 27
Hong Kong  69–92  Thailand
Scoring by half: 36–45, 33–47
November 27
Philippines  59–62  South Korea
Scoring by half: 24–25, 35–37
November 28
Hong Kong  73–75  Malaya
Scoring by half: 27–26, 46–49
November 28
South Korea  88–69  Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–40, 56–29
November 28
Taiwan  65–70  Philippines
Scoring by half: 35–31, 30–39
  • Since both Thailand and Malaya were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the 4th team.[1]
November 29
Thailand  86–81  Malaya
Scoring by half: 45–41, 41–40

Final round[edit]

  • The results and the points of the preliminary round shall be taken into account for the second round.

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Malaya 10 6 4 823 842 −19 16
 Hong Kong 10 4 6 744 820 −76 14
 Singapore 10 3 7 769 919 −150 13
 South Vietnam 10 0 10 795 1145 −350 10
November 30
South Vietnam  85–112  Malaya
Scoring by half: 40–51, 45–61
November 30
Singapore  65–67  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 28–27, 37–40
December 1
South Vietnam  87–91  Singapore
Scoring by half: 53–45, 38–42
December 1
Malaya  60–92  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 29–40, 31–52
December 2
Hong Kong  105–85  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 46–40, 60–45
December 2
Malaya  103–97  Singapore
Scoring by half: 51–45, 52–52

Championship[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 10 8 2 906 636 +270 18
 Taiwan 10 8 2 955 780 +175 18
 South Korea 10 7 3 894 726 +168 17
 Thailand 10 4 6 791 809 −18 14
November 30
Thailand  53–91  Philippines
Scoring by half: 25–48, 28–43
November 30
Taiwan  74–78  South Korea
Scoring by half: 43–48, 31–30
December 1
Taiwan  90–86  Thailand
Scoring by half: 46–49, 44–37
December 1
South Korea  81–85  Philippines
Scoring by half: 38–46, 43–39
December 2
South Korea  86–71  Thailand
Scoring by half: 41–28, 45–43
December 2
Philippines  81–96  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 44–51, 37–45
  • Since both Taiwan and Philippines were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the champion.[2]
December 3
Taiwan  77–91  Philippines
Scoring by half: 33–49, 44–42

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st  Philippines 9–2
2nd  Taiwan 8–3
3rd  South Korea 7–3
4  Thailand 5–6
5  Malaya 6–5
6  Hong Kong 4–6
7  Singapore 3–7
8  South Vietnam 0–10

Awards[edit]

 1963 Asian Champions 

Philippines
Second title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Malaya out of final round". The Straits Times. 1 December 1963. Retrieved 13 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "Formosa and Philippines play off for Asian title". The Straits Times. 4 December 1963. Retrieved 13 July 2011.