2000 ABC Under-18 Championship for Women

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2000 FIBA Asia U-18 Championship
for Women
15th Asian Women's Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation India
Dates December 16–22
Teams 11 (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (8th title)
MVP China Chen Nan

The ABC Under-18 Championship for Women 2000 is the 15th edition of the ABC's junior championship for basketball. The games were held at New Delhi, India from December 16–22, 2000.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 China
 Japan
 Malaysia
 Sri Lanka
 North Korea
 India

 Chinese Taipei
 South Korea
 Uzbekistan
 Hong Kong
 Thailand

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 5 5 0 502 237 +265 10
 Japan 5 4 1 445 252 +193 9
 North Korea 5 3 2 465 341 +124 8
 Malaysia 5 2 3 242 334 −92 7
 India 5 1 4 271 412 −141 6
 Sri Lanka 5 0 5 199 548 −349 5
December 16
12:15
India  67–109  North Korea
Scoring by half: 23–61, 44–48
December 16
15:45
Malaysia  26–91  China
Scoring by half: 14–51, 12–40
December 16
17:30
Sri Lanka  33–129  Japan
Scoring by half: 12–72, 21–57
December 17
9:00
China  128–29  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 61–16, 67–13
December 17
13:30
North Korea  77–48  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 42–25, 35–23
December 17
17:00
Japan  84–35  India
Scoring by half: 39–23, 45–12
December 18
10:45
Malaysia  65–42  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 34–20, 31–22
December 18
13:30
China  94–29  India
Scoring by half: 52–17, 42–12
December 18
17:00
North Korea  68–80  Japan
Scoring by half: 38–31, 30–49
December 19
9:00
Sri Lanka  36–132  North Korea
Scoring by half: 16–53, 20–79
December 19
13:30
Japan  74–79 (OT)  China
Scoring by half: 31–35, 40–36 Overtime: 3–8
December 19
15:15
India  46–66  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 21–36, 25–30
December 20
10:45
Japan  78–37  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 49–16, 29–21
December 20
13:30
India  94–59  Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 49–25, 45–34
December 20
17:00
China  110–79  North Korea
Scoring by half: 57–47, 53–32

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 4 4 0 387 210 +177 8
 Chinese Taipei 4 3 1 337 222 +115 7
 Thailand 4 2 2 233 254 −21 6
 Uzbekistan 4 1 3 251 296 −45 5
 Hong Kong 4 0 4 151 377 −226 4
December 16
14:00
South Korea  117–41  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 48–15, 69–26
December 16
19:15
Uzbekistan  58–83  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 32–44, 26–39
December 17
10:45
Chinese Taipei  71–51  Thailand
Scoring by half: 36–31, 35–20
December 17
15:15
South Korea  107–46  Uzbekistan
Scoring by half: 46–27, 61–19
December 18
9:00
Thailand  51–81  South Korea
Scoring by half: 30–39, 21–42
December 18
17:00
Uzbekistan  87–37  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 45–14, 42–23
December 19
10:45
Hong Kong  31–111  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 13–57, 18–54
December 19
17:00
Uzbekistan  60–69  Thailand
Scoring by half: 25–34, 35–35
December 20
9:00
Thailand  62–42  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 36–19, 26–23
December 20
15:15
Chinese Taipei  72–82  South Korea
Scoring by half: 37–38, 35–44

Classification 5th–10th[edit]

9th place[edit]

December 21
9:00
India  73–40  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 33–18, 40–22

7th place[edit]

December 21
10:45
Malaysia  49–48  Uzbekistan
Scoring by half: 26–22, 23–26

5th place[edit]

December 21
13:30
North Korea  78–42  Thailand
Scoring by half: 50–20, 28–22

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
December 21
  China  65  
  Chinese Taipei  35  
 
December 22
      China  78
    Japan  59
3rd place
December 21 December 22
  Japan (OT)  68   Chinese Taipei  64
  South Korea  65     South Korea  67

Semifinals[edit]

December 21
17:00
China  65–35  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 38–18, 27–17
December 21
18:45
Japan  68–65 (OT)  South Korea
Scoring by half: 32–27, 25–30 Overtime: 11–8

3rd place[edit]

December 22
13:30
Chinese Taipei  64–67  South Korea
Scoring by half: 31–25, 33–42

Final[edit]

December 22
15:15
China  78–59  Japan
Scoring by half: 44–35, 34–24

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 2001 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  China 7–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Japan 5–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  South Korea 5–1
4  Chinese Taipei 3–3
5  North Korea 4–2
6  Thailand 2–3
7  Malaysia 3–3
8  Uzbekistan 1–4
9  India 2–4
10  Hong Kong 0–5
11  Sri Lanka 0–5

Awards[edit]

 2000 Asian Under-18 Champions 

China
Eighth title

External links[edit]