2013 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship

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2013 FIBA Asia U-16 Championship 
3rd Asian Basketball Championship
2013 FIBA Asia U16 Championship.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation  Iran
Dates September 25 - October 4
Teams 16 (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (3rd title)
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points India M. Singh (25.0)  China (94.7)
Rebounds Bahrain Juma (14.1)  China (58.7)
Assists South Korea Kwon H.J. (4.9)  China (14.2)
Official website
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The 2013 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship was the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship. The tournament was held in Tehran, Iran from September 25 to October 4.[1]

China successfully defended their title against the first time finalists, the Philippines, 85-78, in the championship match considered as the most competitive finals so far in FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship history.[2] Both teams, as well as Japan, who defeated Chinese Taipei for the bronze medal, 85-72, will represent FIBA Asia in the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship in United Arab Emirates in 2014.

Qualification[edit]

According to the FIBA Asia rules, the number of participating teams in the 2013 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship was set at sixteen (16). Each zone had two places, and the hosts (Iran) and holders (China) were automatically qualified. The other four places were allocated to the zones according to performance in the 2011 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship.[3][4]

Central Asia (1) East Asia (1+2+2) Gulf (2) South Asia (1) Southeast Asia (2+1) West Asia (1+2+1)
 Kazakhstan  China  Bahrain  India  Philippines  Iran
 Chinese Taipei  Saudi Arabia *  Thailand  Jordan
 Hong Kong  Malaysia  Syria
 Japan TBD **
 South Korea

* Withdrew.

** Only 3 teams registered from West Asia.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Bahrain
 China
 Hong Kong
 Syria

 Iran
 South Korea
 Malaysia
 Thailand

 India
 Japan
 Jordan

 Chinese Taipei
 Kazakhstan
 Philippines

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 3 3 0 287 152 +135 6
 Syria 3 2 1 210 224 −14 5
 Bahrain 3 1 2 191 226 −35 4
 Hong Kong 3 0 3 174 260 −86 3
September 25
15:00
China  95–61  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 30–12, 23–18, 26–18, 16–13
Pts: Hu J.Q. 22
Rebs: Yuan Z.L. 14
Asts: Hu J.Q., Wang C.Z., Luo Y.X. 2
Pts: Shammas 20
Rebs: Shammas 8
Asts: Akhdir, Egho, Hadri 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
September 25
19:00
Bahrain  85–60  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 19–16, 22–19, 17–9, 27–16
Pts: Hasan 22
Rebs: Juma 22
Asts: Baqer 6
Pts: On K.C. 17
Rebs: Liu K.F. 14
Asts: Yang 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Hadi Salem (IRI)
September 26
09:00
Hong Kong  48–100  China
Scoring by quarter: 17–22, 12–21, 8–35, 11–22
Pts: On K.C. 11
Rebs: Liu K.F. 7
Asts: Yang 4
Pts: Hu J.Q., Zhao Y.H., Xu M.Z. 15
Rebs: Yuan Z.L. 10
Asts: Zhao Y.H., Xu M.Z. 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
September 26
11:00
Syria  74–63  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 21–13, 16–23, 18–19
Pts: Shammas 19
Rebs: Hadri 12
Asts: Diab 2
Pts: Juma 31
Rebs: Juma 24
Asts: Hasan 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Hadi Salem (IRI), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ)
September 27
09:00
China  92–43  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 21–12, 19–13, 24–6, 28–12
Pts: Hu J.Q. 19
Rebs: Fu 9
Asts: Xu M.Z. 6
Pts: Hasan 15
Rebs: Hasan 10
Asts: Hasan 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)
September 27
11:00
Hong Kong  66–75  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 15–18, 16–20, 14–19
Pts: On K.C. 17
Rebs: Liu K.F. 13
Asts: Yang 3
Pts: Hadri 26
Rebs: Khori 20
Asts: Shammas, Khori, Al Kerawan 1
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Hadi Salem (IRI)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 3 3 0 315 215 +100 6
 Iran 3 2 1 253 211 +42 5
 Malaysia 3 1 2 205 265 −60 4
 Thailand 3 0 3 172 254 −82 3
September 25
13:00
South Korea  118–65  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 32–15, 19–17, 32–14, 34–19
Pts: Park S.K. 19
Rebs: Park S.K., Han S.H. 8
Asts: Kwon H.J. 7
Pts: Numjan 11
Rebs: Jakrawan 7
Asts: Leelaphiphatkul 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ)
September 25
17:00
Malaysia  68–104  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 16–31, 24–26, 14–17, 14–30
Pts: Yek L.C. 19
Rebs: Chang Z.F. 14
Asts: Foo T.J. 2
Pts: Razeghin 26
Rebs: Naziri 12
Asts: Seyedi 7
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Duan Zhu (CHN), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)
September 26
13:00
Thailand  56–65  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 11–17, 14–17, 19–16, 12–15
Pts: Boonkong 13
Rebs: Leelaphiphatkul, Makmeesiri 8
Asts: Leelaphiphatkul 6
Pts: Tan W.J. 14
Rebs: Chang Z.F. 11
Asts: Foo T.J. 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ), Duan Zhu (CHN)
September 26
17:00
Iran  78–92  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 23–22, 16–27, 20–23
Pts: Naziri 21
Rebs: Naziri 19
Asts: Seyedi 3
Pts: Han S.H. 24
Rebs: Han S.H. 15
Asts: Kwon H.J., Choi J.H. 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Mohamed Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND)
September 27
13:00
South Korea  105–72  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 23–24, 25–14, 33–18
Pts: Kwon H.J. 19
Rebs: Han S.H. 11
Asts: Kwon H.J., Choi J.H. 7
Pts: Tan W.J. 17
Rebs: Lau 9
Asts: Foo T.J. 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Antwan Ashji (SYR), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ)
September 27
17:00
Iran  71–51  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 23–7, 15–15, 13–6, 20–23
Pts: Razeghin 13
Rebs: Poat Kisomi 10
Asts: Seyedi 3
Pts: Jakrawan 17
Rebs: Auesatjapon 8
Asts: Leelaphiphatkul 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ), Duan Zhu (CHN), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 2 2 0 172 128 +44 4
 Jordan 2 1 1 157 184 −27 3
 India 2 0 2 168 185 −17 2
September 25
09:00
India  97–100 (OT)  Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 22–20, 20–16, 23–24, 21–26, Overtime: 11–14
Pts: M. Singh 25
Rebs: Gupta 20
Asts: M. Singh 5
Pts: Abuaboud 24
Rebs: Abuaboud 15
Asts: Hijazi 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Mohamed Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
September 26
15:00
Jordan  57–87  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 9–19, 12–29, 17–21, 19–18
Pts: Hijazi, Abuaboud 12
Rebs: Abuaboud 13
Asts: 4 players 1
Pts: Hachimura 20
Rebs: Hiraiwa 16
Asts: Maki 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)
September 27
15:00
Japan  85–71  India
Scoring by quarter: 23–19, 21–10, 18–19, 23–23
Pts: Hachimura 25
Rebs: Hachimura 16
Asts: Hayashi 7
Pts: M. Singh 35
Rebs: Gupta 11
Asts: 4 players 1
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Chinese Taipei 2 2 0 204 172 +32 4
 Philippines 2 1 1 180 183 −3 3
 Kazakhstan 2 0 2 170 199 −29 2
September 25
11:00
Chinese Taipei  109–82  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 29–20, 25–22, 27–16, 28–24
Pts: Tu S.H. 26
Rebs: Sun Y.C., Huang C.C 9
Asts: Tu S.H. 6
Pts: Voronushkin 22
Rebs: Danichenko 17
Asts: Litvinenko, Kirilin 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)
September 26
19:00
Kazakhstan  88–90  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 26–28, 14–20, 32–19, 16–23
Pts: Voronushkin 22
Rebs: Neff 16
Asts: Kadyr 4
Pts: dela Cruz 19
Rebs: Escoto 19
Asts: Navarro 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Antwan Ashji (SYR)
September 27
19:00
Philippines  90–95  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 24–20, 24–24, 18–24, 24–27
Pts: M. Nieto 26
Rebs: M. Nieto 16
Asts: J. Nieto 6
Pts: Tu S.H. 29
Rebs: Hsu C.S. 9
Asts: Chang C.T. 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)

Second round[edit]

Group E[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 5 5 0 466 278 +188 10
 Bahrain 5 3 2 352 378 −26 8
 South Korea 5 3 2 463 397 +66 8
 Iran 5 2 3 344 353 −9 7
 Syria 5 2 3 345 392 −47 7
 Malaysia 5 0 5 332 504 −172 5
September 28
9:00
China  119–52  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 30–16, 33–14, 32–11, 24–11
Pts: Hu J.Q., Zhao Y.H., Fu 17
Rebs: Fu 16
Asts: Liu C.Q. 6
Pts: Foo T.J., Tan W.J. 11
Rebs: Wong M.H. 9
Asts: Foo T.J., Tan W.J., Yek L.C. 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA), Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND)
September 28
13:00
Bahrain  82–79  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 23–23, 22–13, 18–15, 19–28
Pts: Juma 31
Rebs: Juma 20
Asts: Hasan 3
Pts: Kwon H.J. 20
Rebs: Park S.K., Han S.H. 12
Asts: Choi J.H. 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE)
September 28
17:00
Syria  46–61  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 12–10, 10–18, 12–20, 12–13
Pts: Khori 17
Rebs: Hadri 13
Asts: Khori, Diab 1
Pts: Azari 15
Rebs: Naziri 9
Asts: Seyedi 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)
September 29
9:00
South Korea  116–82  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 30–19, 26–19, 29–23, 31–21
Pts: Yang J.H. 26
Rebs: Park S.K., Han S.H. 6
Asts: Kwon H.J. 8
Pts: Khori 19
Rebs: Hadri 13
Asts: Shammas 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)
September 29
13:00
Malaysia  83–94  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 17–24, 18–30, 22–20, 26–20
Pts: Heng Y.T. 19
Rebs: Foo T.J. 10
Asts: Foo T.J. 4
Pts: Juma 25
Rebs: Juma 20
Asts: Ghazwan 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)
September 29
17:00
Iran  51–77  China
Scoring by quarter: 14–24, 11–10, 13–27, 13–16
Pts: Seyedi 10
Rebs: Azari, Farhadi 7
Asts: Seyedi 5
Pts: Hu J.Q. 33
Rebs: Hu J.Q. 21
Asts: Liu C.Q. 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ)
September 30
9:00
China  83–71  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 22–16, 14–17, 26–19
Pts: Zhao Y.H. 29
Rebs: Hu J.Q., Fu 12
Asts: Xu M.Z. 3
Pts: Kwon H.J. 24
Rebs: Mun S.O. 6
Asts: Yun W.S., Choi J.H. 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR)
September 30
11:00
Syria  82–57  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 26–18, 25–10, 11–8
Pts: Hadri 21
Rebs: Hadri 14
Asts: Shammas, Khori 3
Pts: Heng Y.T. 12
Rebs: 4 players 8
Asts: 5 players 1
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE)
September 30
17:00
Bahrain  70–50  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 11–17, 14–11, 27–12
Pts: Hasan 24
Rebs: Juma 9
Asts: Ghazwan, Baqer, Hasan 1
Pts: Farhadi, Baban 11
Rebs: Azizi 8
Asts: Razeghin, Farhadi 1
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ)

Group F[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 5 4 1 425 386 +39 9
 Japan 5 4 1 438 372 +66 9
 Chinese Taipei 5 4 1 441 405 +36 9
 Kazakhstan 5 1 4 408 423 −15 6
 India 5 1 4 372 408 −36 6
 Jordan 5 1 4 347 437 −90 6
September 28
11:00
Jordan  60–73  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 17–26, 19–15, 10–15
Pts: Hijazi 14
Rebs: M. Daher, H. Almajali, Abuaboud 9
Asts: Albdour, A. Daher, Abuaboud 2
Pts: Go 22
Rebs: M. Nieto 20
Asts: Navarro 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Hadi Salem (IRI), Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR)
September 28
15:00
Japan  94–74  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 33–9, 23–28, 18–18, 20–19
Pts: Hachimura 35
Rebs: Maki, Hachimura 8
Asts: Hayashi 9
Pts: Neff 25
Rebs: Neff 7
Asts: Kadyr, Voronushkin, Kirilin 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Antwan Ashji (SYR), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI)
September 28
19:00
India  69–80  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 17–27, 17–25, 18–15, 17–13
Pts: M. Singh 34
Rebs: Gupta 6
Asts: M. Singh, Tudu 2
Pts: Wu Y.J. 21
Rebs: Hsu C.S. 11
Asts: Chang C.T. 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Tee Yong Sern (MAS), Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI)
September 29
11:00
Philippines  94–76  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 23–16, 19–18, 36–19, 16–23
Pts: M. Nieto 21
Rebs: M. Nieto 12
Asts: J. Nieto 3
Pts: Maki 16
Rebs: Hachimura 11
Asts: Hayashi 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
September 29
15:00
Chinese Taipei  81–68  Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 24–13, 21–23, 24–13, 12–19
Pts: Tu S.H. 18
Rebs: Tung C.C. 10
Asts: Chang C.T., Wu Y.J. 3
Pts: Hijazi 19
Rebs: Abuaboud 23
Asts: Hijazi 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI)
September 29
19:00
Kazakhstan  65–68  India
Scoring by quarter: 13–11, 16–16, 11–22, 25–19
Pts: Kirilin 15
Rebs: Neff 14
Asts: Kirilin 4
Pts: M. Singh 22
Rebs: Kanderiya 10
Asts: M. Singh, Tudu 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Hadi Salem (IRI), Antwan Ashji (SYR), Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR)
September 30
13:00
Jordan  62–99  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 11–25, 16–22, 23–34
Pts: R. Almajali 18
Rebs: Abuaboud 12
Asts: Hijazi 5
Pts: Litvinenko 22
Rebs: Aytkali 9
Asts: Kadyr 10
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Hadi Salem (IRI)
September 30
15:00
Japan  96–76  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 23–27, 16–12, 25–20, 32–17
Pts: Hachimura 26
Rebs: Hiraiwa 14
Asts: Muto 3
Pts: Sun Y.C. 16
Rebs: Sun Y.C. 10
Asts: Chang C.T. 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI)
September 30
19:00
India  67–78  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 11–17, 14–14, 22–31, 20–16
Pts: M. Singh, Maan 14
Rebs: Hooda 8
Asts: Tudu 4
Pts: Go 26
Rebs: 4 players 8
Asts: J. Nieto 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI), Antwan Ashji (SYR), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)

Classification 9th–12th[edit]

Semifinals 9th place
October 2 (OT)
  India  80  
  Malaysia (OT)  82  
 
October 3
      Malaysia  86
    Jordan  80
11th place
October 2 October 3
  Syria  55   India  81
  Jordan  66     Syria  67

Semifinals[edit]

October 2
9:00
Malaysia  82–80 (OT)  India
Scoring by quarter: 16–9, 19–15, 8–16, 24–27, Overtime: 15–13
Pts: Chang Z.F. 26
Rebs: Chang Z.F. 13
Asts: Foo T.J. 8
Pts: M. Singh 26
Rebs: Gupta 12
Asts: Tudu 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Hadi Salem (IRI)
October 2
11:00
Syria  55–66  Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 13–13, 16–12, 13–21
Pts: Hadri 19
Rebs: Khori 17
Asts: Akhdir, Shammas 2
Pts: M. Daher 20
Rebs: M. Daher, Abuaboud 12
Asts: Hijazi 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI)

11th place[edit]

October 3
9:00
India  81–67  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 22–10, 21–16, 23–18, 15–23
Pts: M. Singh 19
Rebs: Gupta 11
Asts: Mehla 3
Pts: Shammas 22
Rebs: Shammas 8
Asts: Shammas 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR), Mohd Hasan Alsalam (BHR), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)

9th place[edit]

October 3
11:00
Malaysia  86–80  Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 17–21, 21–24, 29–16
Pts: Tan W.J., Yek L.C. 21
Rebs: Yek L.C. 10
Asts: Foo T.J., Chong K.W. 5
Pts: Hijazi 28
Rebs: Abuaboud 9
Asts: Hijazi 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Mohsen Roshan Zamir (IRI)

Final round[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                   
October 2        
  China  102
October 3
  Kazakhstan  75  
  China  99
October 2
    Japan  78  
  Japan  75
October 4
  South Korea  71  
  China  85
October 2
    Philippines  78
  Philippines  79
October 3
  Iran  52  
  Philippines  77 3rd place
October 2
    Chinese Taipei  72  
  Bahrain  67   Japan  85
  Chinese Taipei  70     Chinese Taipei  72
October 4
Semifinals 5th place
October 3
  Kazakhstan  75  
  South Korea  88  
 
October 4
      South Korea  66
    Iran  53
7th place
October 3 October 4
  Iran  79   Kazakhstan  97
  Bahrain  56     Bahrain  42

Quarterfinals[edit]

October 2
13:00
South Korea  71–75  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 21–24, 24–18, 17–16, 9–17
Pts: Choi J.H., Yang J.H. 15
Rebs: Kwon H.J., Park S.K. 9
Asts: Mun S.O. 2
Pts: Maki 25
Rebs: Hachimura 25
Asts: Maki 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
October 2
15:00
Bahrain  67–70  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 12–26, 11–15, 23–15, 21–14
Pts: Juma 26
Rebs: Juma 12
Asts: Hasan 2
Pts: Chang C.T. 15
Rebs: Sun Y.C., Tu S.H. 10
Asts: Chang C.T. 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Mohd Ismail Altarawneh (JOR)
October 2
17:00
Iran  52–79  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 14–22, 10–16, 22–19, 6–22
Pts: Farhadi 26
Rebs: Naziri 11
Asts: Sheikhi 4
Pts: Mendoza 16
Rebs: Escoto 10
Asts: Navarro 7
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Duan Zhu (CHN), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ)
October 2
19:00
China  102–75  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 30–15, 26–21, 28–25
Pts: Hu J.Q. 29
Rebs: Hu J.Q. 14
Asts: Liu C.Q. 6
Pts: Danichenko 16
Rebs: Aytkali 8
Asts: Kadyr, Kirilin 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Antwan Ashji (SYR), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)

Semifinals 5th–8th[edit]

October 3
13:00
Kazakhstan  75–88  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 17–26, 17–18, 17–26, 24–18
Pts: Litvinenko, Neff 19
Rebs: Neff 14
Asts: Kadyr 3
Pts: Park M.U. 21
Rebs: Park M.U., Park S.K., Yang J.M. 6
Asts: Kwon H.J. 7
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Antwan Ashji (SYR), Hadi Salem (IRI)
October 3
15:00
Bahrain  56–79  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 13–10, 14–9, 9–35, 20–25
Pts: Juma 29
Rebs: Hasan, Juma 9
Asts: Al-Musalli 2
Pts: Baban 22
Rebs: Farhadi 11
Asts: Seyedi 5
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ho Chang-Jen (TPE), Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Hamlet Arakelyan (KAZ)

Semifinals[edit]

October 3
17:00
China  99–78  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–26, 17–18, 17–26, 24–18
Pts: Zhao Y.H. 32
Rebs: Hu J.Q. 24
Asts: Xu M.Z. 3
Pts: Hachimura 25
Rebs: Hachimura 8
Asts: Hayashi, Taira, Igarashi 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Tee Yong Sern (MAS)
October 3
19:00
Chinese Taipei  72–77  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 20–19, 20–12, 15–23
Pts: Tu S.H., Hsu C.S. 14
Rebs: Wu Y.J. 10
Asts: Wu Y.J. 5
Pts: Mendoza 28
Rebs: Desiderio 15
Asts: J. Nieto 6
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ)

7th place[edit]

October 4
11:00
Kazakhstan  97–42  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 15–8, 28–15, 22–8, 32–11
Pts: Litvinenko 19
Rebs: Litvinenko 12
Asts: Kirilin 9
Pts: Al-Musalli, Mohamed, Juma 8
Rebs: Al-Madeh 8
Asts: Al-Madeh, Husain, Shakeeb 1
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Duan Zhu (CHN), Amarjot Singh Mavi (IND), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)

5th place[edit]

October 4
13:00
South Korea  66–53  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 22–15, 18–13, 10–7
Pts: Park M.U. 18
Rebs: Park S.K. 15
Asts: Kwon H.J. 7
Pts: Razeghin 16
Rebs: Baban 10
Asts: Seyedi 4
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Aibara Nobuyasu (JPN), Antwan Ashji (SYR), Ho Chang-Jen (TPE)

3rd place[edit]

October 4
15:00
Japan  85–72  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 25–19, 20–12, 14–20, 26–21
Pts: Maki 23
Rebs: Hiraiwa 9
Asts: Maki 5
Pts: Hsu C.S. 18
Rebs: Hsu C.S. 17
Asts: Chen P.H., Wu Y.J., Hsu C.S. 2
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Haytham Alkouja (SYR), Alexey Stephanenko (KAZ), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)

Final[edit]

October 4
17:00
China  85–78  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 24–20, 18–15, 17–20, 26–23
Pts: Zhao Y.H. 25
Rebs: Fu 18
Asts: Liu C.Q., Fu 4
Pts: Mendoza 20
Rebs: Padilla 9
Asts: Padilla 3
Azadi Basketball Hall, Tehran
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Sadegh Ghanbarimanab (IRI), Shakeeb Abdulkareem (BHR)

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  China 9–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Philippines 7–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Japan 7–2
4  Chinese Taipei 6–3
5  South Korea 6–3
6  Iran 4–5
7  Kazakhstan 3–6
8  Bahrain 4–5
9  Malaysia 3–5
10  Jordan 2–5
11  India 2–5
12  Syria 3–5
13  Thailand 0–3
 Hong Kong 0–3

Awards[edit]

 2013 Asian Under-16 Champions 

China
Third title

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Filipino flair falls short to China's flamboyance in Final". FIBA Asia. 4 October 2013. Retrieved 5 October 2013. 
  3. ^ FIBA Internal Rules, FIBA Asia Central Board, December 2011, p. 63
  4. ^ "Teams". FIBA Asia. Archived from the original on 25 September 2013. Retrieved 3 September 2013.