2011 William Jones Cup

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2011 William Jones Cup
2011 Jones Cup logo.jpg
Tournament information
Location New Taipei
Dates M: August 6–14
W: July 31 ––August 4
Host(s)  Taiwan
Teams M: 8
W: 5
Website 2011 TAIYEN Jones Cup
Final positions
Champions M:  Iran
W:  Chinese Taipei
1st runners-up M:  South Korea
W:  Japan
2nd runners-up M:  Philippines
W: University All-Stars
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2012 →

The 2011 TAIYEN William Jones Cup was the 33rd tournament of the William Jones Cup that took place at the Hsinchuang Gymnasium in New Taipei, Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan) from August 6 to 13, 2011.[1]

Men's tournament[edit]

Squads[edit]

South Africa had committed a week prior to the tournament but withdrew to funding problems. UAE, on the other hand, made their tournament debut. Unlike the previous tournament, which had a round robin tournament format, this year's event features a medal round after the preliminary round robin to determine a champion.[2]

Preliminary round[edit]

  Qualified to the semifinals   Qualified to the 5th place playoffs

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie*
 South Korea 7 6 1 623 453 +170 13
 Philippines 7 5 2 580 497 +83 12 1–0
 Iran 7 5 2 490 426 +64 12 0–1
 Chinese Taipei 7 4 3 565 561 +3 11 1–0
 Jordan 7 4 3 557 516 +41 11 0–1
 Japan 7 3 4 524 549 −25 10
 Malaysia 7 1 6 439 621 −182 8
 United Arab Emirates 7 0 7 507 651 −144 7
  • Head-to-head record
All times in UTC+8.
August 6
13:00
Jordan  91–72  United Arab Emirates
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 6
15:00
South Korea  110–50  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 6
17:00
Philippines  73–59  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 6
19:00
Chinese Taipei  99–72  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 7
13:00
Malaysia  63–93  Jordan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 7
15:00
South Korea  102–54  United Arab Emirates
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 7
17:00
Japan  58–77  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 7
19:00
Philippines  90–78  Chinese Taipei
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 8
13:00
United Arab Emirates  85–92  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 8
15:00
Philippines  72–76  Jordan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 8
17:00
South Korea  77–59  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 8
19:00
Chinese Taipei  104–54  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 9
13:00
Iran  84–55  United Arab Emirates
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 9
15:00
Philippines  86–68  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 9
17:00
Japan  67–69  South Korea
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 9
19:00
Jordan  75–77  Chinese Taipei
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 10
13:00
Iran  69–49  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 10
15:00
Jordan  70–87  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 10
17:00
Philippines  70–78  South Korea
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 10
19:00
Chinese Taipei  92–87  United Arab Emirates
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 11
13:00
Japan  70–55  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 11
15:00
Philippines  95–60  United Arab Emirates
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 11
17:00
South Korea  77–85  Jordan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 11
19:00
Chinese Taipei  47–74  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 12
13:00
United Arab Emirates  89–100  Malaysia
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 12
15:00
Iran  68–67  Jordan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 12
17:00
Philippines  94–78  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 12
19:00
Chinese Taipei  68–110  South Korea
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei

Semifinals[edit]

August 13
15:00
Malaysia  53–98  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 13
17:00
Semifinals Game #1
Chinese Taipei  85–90 (OT)  South Korea
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 13
19:00
Semifinals Game #2
Philippines  59–78  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei

Finals[edit]

August 14
15:00
Battle for 5th Place
Japan  77–73  Jordan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 14
17:00
Battle for 3rd Place
Chinese Taipei  72–82  Philippines
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 14
19:00
Championship Game
South Korea  59–66  Iran
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei

Brackets[edit]

Championship bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
August 13 – New Taipei City (OT)
  South Korea  90  
  Chinese Taipei  85  
 
August 14 – New Taipei City
      South Korea  59
    Iran  66
Third place
August 13 – New Taipei City August 14 – New Taipei City
  Philippines  59   Chinese Taipei  72
  Iran  78     Philippines  82

Fifth-place bracket[edit]

  Semifinal     Fifth place game
                 
     Jordan 73
   Japan 98      Japan 77
   Malaysia 53  

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  Iran 7–2
Silver medal icon.svg  South Korea 7–2
Bronze medal icon.svg  Philippines 6–3
4  Chinese Taipei 4–5
Failed to reach semifinals
5  Japan 5–4
6  Jordan 4–4
7  Malaysia 1–7
8  United Arab Emirates 0–7

Awards[edit]

 2011 TAIYEN Jones Cup 

Iran
Third title

Women's tournament[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Chinese Taipei 4 4 0 286 220 +66 8
 Japan 4 3 1 298 248 +50 7
Chinese Taipei University All-Stars 4 2 2 240 261 −21 6
 India 4 1 3 235 325 −90 5
 South Korea 4 0 4 208 249 −41 4
July 31
16:00
University All-Stars Chinese Taipei 71–64  India
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
July 31
18:30
Chinese Taipei  72–62  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 1
17:00
South Korea  43–52 Chinese Taipei University All-Stars
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 1
19:00
India  49–94  Chinese Taipei
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 2
17:00
University All-Stars Chinese Taipei 58–77  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 2
19:00
South Korea  59–63  India
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 3
17:00
Japan  61–56  South Korea
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 3
19:00
Chinese Taipei  77–59 Chinese Taipei University All-Stars
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 4
17:00
India  62–98  Japan
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei
August 4
19:00
South Korea  50–73  Chinese Taipei
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei

Awards[edit]

 2011 TAIYEN Jones Cup 

Chinese Taipei
Third title
  • Note: As combined Chinese Taipei national team. Chinese Taipei Blue won the 2004 edition.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wang, Chris (2011-07-15). "2011 William Jones Cup schedule released". Retrieved 2011-08-11. 
  2. ^ Huang, Paul (2011-08-06). "Team Taiwan ready for William Jones Cup". Taipei Times. Retrieved 2011-08-09. 

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