2004 FIBA Asia Championship for Women

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2004 FIBA Asia Championship
for Women
20th Asian Women's Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Japan
Dates January 13–19
Teams (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (8th title)
MVP China Miao Lijie
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Malaysia Chow S.F. (22.3)  China (96.7)
Rebounds India Sam (16.7)  India (57.7)
Assists Hong Kong Wong Y.K. (4.3)  South Korea (21.7)
Official website
2004 FIBA Asia Championship for Women

The 2004 FIBA Asia Championship for Women is the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the women's basketball tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics at Athens. The tournament was held on Sendai, Japan from January 13 to January 19. The championship is divided into two levels: Level I and Level II.

Preliminary round[edit]

Level I[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 4 4 0 378 257 +121 8
 China 4 3 1 385 308 +77 7
 Chinese Taipei 4 2 2 321 314 +7 6
 Japan 4 1 3 356 328 +28 5
 Thailand 4 0 4 250 483 −233 4
January 13
16:00
South Korea  120–54  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 32–12, 33–13, 25–11, 30–18
Pts: Jung S.M. 21
Rebs: Kim J.Y., Lee J.A., Kim K.R. 6
Asts: Kim J.Y. 6
Pts: Koumoon 18
Rebs: Tunsaw, Chirdpetcharat 4
Asts: Tunsaw, Koumoon, Sriintharasuth 2
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Nadine Crowley (CAN), Naresh Chander Aneja (IND)
January 13
18:00
China  100–79  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 27–26, 32–17, 27–16, 14–20
Pts: Hu X.T. 16
Rebs: Chen N. 7
Asts: Pan W., Hu X.T. 3
Pts: Nagata 21
Rebs: Oga 5
Asts: Hamaguchi 2
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Tong See Koou (MAS)
January 14
16:00
Chinese Taipei  62–89  China
Scoring by quarter: 26–24, 10–30, 11–23, 15–12
Pts: Cheng H.Y. 18
Rebs: Cheng H.Y. 7
Asts: Chiang F.C. 4
Pts: Miao L.J. 19
Rebs: Chen N. 11
Asts: Miao L.J. 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Trevor Perry (CAN), Richard Villanueva (PHI)
January 14
18:00
Japan  67–99  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 17–27, 9–22, 17–27, 24–23
Pts: Kusuda, Nagata 12
Rebs: Hamaguchi 10
Asts: Hamaguchi 4
Pts: Kim K.R. 18
Rebs: Jung S.M. 7
Asts: Park J.E. 7
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Nadine Crowley (CAN)
January 15
16:00
Thailand  45–128  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 13–34, 9–32, 9–28, 14–34
Pts: Yothanan 12
Rebs: Koumoon, Papaktaku, Lakhan 3
Asts: Koumoon, Sriintharasuth 2
Pts: Oga 22
Rebs: Hamaguchi 10
Asts: Yabuuchi, Kusuda 5
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Richard Villanueva (PHI), Lee Hoa-chor (TPE)
January 15
18:00
South Korea  79–59  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 26–18, 22–11, 17–17, 14–13
Pts: Beon Y.H. 15
Rebs: Lee J.A. 7
Asts: Kim J.Y. 3
Pts: Chiang F.C., Liu C.Y. 14
Rebs: Cheng H.Y. 9
Asts: Five players 1
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Trevor Perry (CAN)
January 16
16:00
Chinese Taipei  116–64  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 34–17, 22–6, 25–22, 35–19
Pts: Chao P.F. 19
Rebs: Chen Y.J. 10
Asts: Mai Y.H. 10
Pts: Koumoon 18
Rebs: Tunsaw 9
Asts: Tunsaw 5
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Tong See Koou (MAS), Naresh Chander Aneja (IND)
January 16
18:00
China  77–80 (OT)  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 20–18, 20–15, 18–20, 12–17, Overtime: 7–10
Pts: Chen N. 23
Rebs: Chen N. 17
Asts: Song X.Y. 3
Pts: Jung S.M. 16
Rebs: Chun J.W., Kim K.R. 7
Asts: Lee M.S. 6
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Nadine Crowley (CAN)
January 17
16:00
Thailand  87–119  China
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 21–28, 30–36, 23–34
Pts: Yonyothinkul, Yothanan 15
Rebs: Lakhan 7
Asts: Tunsaw 4
Pts: Ye L. 17
Rebs: Chen N. 21
Asts: Song X.Y. 7
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Naresh Chander Aneja (IND), Richard Villanueva (PHI)
January 17
18:00
Japan  82–84 (OT)  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 12–24, 21–23, 18–12, Overtime: 7–9
Pts: Yano 17
Rebs: Hamaguchi 11
Asts: Hamaguchi 5
Pts: Chiang F.C. 18
Rebs: Chiang F.C. 13
Asts: Chien W.C. 5
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Trevor Perry (CAN), Nadine Crowley (CAN)

Level II[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Malaysia 3 3 0 266 191 +75 6
 India 3 2 1 236 217 +19 5
 Philippines 3 1 2 178 182 −4 4
 Hong Kong 3 0 3 173 263 −90 3
January 13
14:00
Malaysia  76–52  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 23–14, 21–9, 9–13, 23–16
Pts: Chow S.F. 22
Rebs: Chow S.F. 7
Asts: Choo S.Y., Yoong S.Y. 4
Pts: Grajales 10
Rebs: Vega 10
Asts: Grajales 6
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Trevor Perry (CAN), Toru Katayose (JPN)
January 14
14:00
India  90–74  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 28–15, 29–22, 8–24, 25–13
Pts: Gujar 30
Rebs: Sam 16
Asts: Maggon 5
Pts: Lau K.C. 12
Rebs: Huang L.F. 10
Asts: Wong Y.K., Cheng K.S.L. 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Kim Chang-Hwan (KOR), Peng Ling (CHN)
January 15
14:00
Philippines  55–69  India
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 18–14, 8–21, 11–12
Pts: Vega 20
Rebs: Vega 13
Asts: Grajales 3
Pts: Gujar 21
Rebs: Sam 18
Asts: Maggon 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Chompoo Wachirasrisukanya (THA), Wu Chien-wu (TPE)
January 16
14:00
Hong Kong  62–102  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 10–29, 16–39, 15–18
Pts: Huang L.F. 17
Rebs: Huang L.F. 11
Asts: Wong Y.K. 6
Pts: Goh B.F., Chow S.F. 23
Rebs: Choo S.Y., Beh S.L. 6
Asts: Four players 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Kim Chang-Hwan (KOR), Toru Katayose (JPN)
January 17
14:00
Philippines  71–37  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 13–6, 28–8, 16–12, 14–11
Pts: Grajales 27
Rebs: Vega 9
Asts: Valencia 5
Pts: E. Lam, Chow S.F. 8
Rebs: Huang L.F. 11
Asts: Wong Y.K. 3
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Chompoo Wachirasrisukanya (THA), Peng Ling (CHN)
January 18
15:00
India  77–88  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 21–28, 17–15, 13–24, 26–21
Pts: Sam 24
Rebs: Sam 16
Asts: Gujar 4
Pts: Low B.C., Chow S.F. 22
Rebs: Chow S.F. 9
Asts: Tai L.S., Low B.C. 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Wu Chien-wu (TPE), Toru Katayose (JPN)

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
January 18
  China  103  
  Chinese Taipei  53  
 
January 19
      China  92
    Japan  80
3rd place
January 18 January 19
  South Korea  72   Chinese Taipei  59
  Japan (2OT)  81     South Korea  88

Semifinals[edit]

January 18
17:00
China  103–53  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 22–8, 28–5, 23–19, 30–21
Pts: Wang L. 16
Rebs: Hu X.T. 9
Asts: Song X.Y. 8
Pts: Chang H.Y., Liu C.Y. 12
Rebs: Cheng H.Y., Tsai P.Y. 5
Asts: Chien W.C., Cheng H.Y. 3
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Nadine Crowley (CAN), Tong See Koou (MAS)
January 18
19:00
South Korea  72–81 (2OT)  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 11–13, 17–11, 13–19, 15–13, Overtime: 9–9, 7–16
Pts: Beon Y.H. 18
Rebs: Jung S.M. 6
Asts: Lee M.S. 5
Pts: Yano 34
Rebs: Nagata 18
Asts: Yano 5
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Trevor Perry (CAN)

3rd place[edit]

January 19
17:00
Chinese Taipei  59–88  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 16–19, 7–26, 20–13
Pts: Cheng H.Y. 17
Rebs: Chiang F.C. 9
Asts: Chien W.C., Chang H.Y. 3
Pts: Beon Y.H. 18
Rebs: Kim K.R. 7
Asts: Kim K.R. 3
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Trevor Perry (CAN), Nadine Crowley (CAN)

Final[edit]

January 19
19:00
China  92–80  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 21–17, 23–12, 23–20, 25–31
Pts: Wang L. 24
Rebs: Wang L. 9
Asts: Miao L.J. 10
Pts: Hamaguchi 17
Rebs: Oyama 5
Asts: Yabuuchi, Nagata 4
Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai
Referees: Jaroslav Janac (SVK), Richard Villanueva (PHI)

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  China 5–1
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Japan 2–4
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  South Korea 5–1
4  Chinese Taipei 2–4
5  Thailand 0–4
6  Malaysia 3–0
7  India 2–1
8  Philippines 1–2
9  Hong Kong 0–3

Awards[edit]

 2004 Asian Champions 

China
Eighth title

References[edit]