2014 Centrobasket

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2014 Centrobasket
24th Central American and Caribbean Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Mexico
DatesAugust 1 to August 7
Teams10
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Mexico
(3rd title)
2012
2016 >

The 2014 Men's Central American and Caribbean Basketball Championship, also known as 2014 Centrobasket, was the regional basketball championship of FIBA Americas for the Central American and Caribbean subzone. The top 4 teams qualify for the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship. The tournament was held in the city of Tepic in Nayarit, Mexico from August 1 to August 7.

Participating teams[edit]


Mexico qualified as host.

Puerto Rico, Panama, Jamaica and Dominican Republic qualified as the 4 first places in the 2012 Centrobasket

The Bahamas, U.S. Virgin Islands and Cuba qualified from the 2014 FIBA CBC Championship, which took place from July 1 to July 5 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. (http://www.fibaamericas.com/torneos1.asp?xtab=1&t=EYXONZZFPF)

El Salvador and Costa Rica qualified from the 2013 COCABA Championship, which took place from July 26 to July 28 in San Salvador, El Salvador. (http://www.fibaamericas.com/torneos1.asp?xtab=1&t=ZXSEXGVNUC)

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw for the 2014 Centrobasket Championship was held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 9, 2014. Ten teams were drawn into two pools with five teams in each.

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Dominican Republic 4 4 0 305 243 +62 8
 Cuba 4 3 1 285 264 +21 7
 Panama 4 2 2 265 237 +28 6
 Jamaica 4 1 3 245 261 −16 5
 Costa Rica 4 0 4 210 305 −95 4
August 1
Cuba  71–63  Panama
Scoring by quarter: 25-20, 13-13, 16-14, 17-16
Pts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (17)
Rebs: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (6)
Asts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (4)
Pts: Hicks Taylor, Michael (17)
Rebs: Lloreda Ferron, Jose Jaime (9)
Asts: Muñoz Castillo, Joel Gabriel (3)
August 1
Costa Rica  47–85  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 11-14, 6-25, 10-27, 20-19
Pts: Conejo Lobo, Isaac Andres (17)
Rebs: Anderson Brown, Jefny Oliver (6)
Asts: Sanchez Barrantes, Alonso (3)
Pts: Suero Castillo, Angel Gerardo (13)
Rebs: Roberts Santos, Ronald Christopher (10)
Asts: Coronado Gil, Juan Silvestre (6)
August 2
Jamaica  58–70  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 12-22, 15-9, 19-15, 12-24
Pts: Scott, Akeem Wayne Byron (20)
Rebs: Alliman, Ricardo Odayne (8)
Asts: Rose, Weyinmi Efejuku (3)
Pts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (30)
Rebs: Luis Haiti, Yoan (16)
Asts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (7)
August 2
Panama  84–40  Costa Rica
Scoring by quarter: 14-11, 26-9, 26-9, 18-11
Pts: Hicks Taylor, Michael (24)
Rebs: Lloreda Ferron, Jose Jaime (17)
Asts: Muñoz Castillo, Joel Gabriel (7)
Pts: Martinez Fairclough, Kay Shomarie (20)
Rebs: Anderson Brown, Jefny Oliver (15)
Asts: Sanchez Barrantes, Alonso (6)
August 3
Costa Rica  56–64  Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 15-14, 13-13, 5-19, 23-18
Pts: Martinez Fairclough, Kay Shomarie (15)
Rebs: Anderson Brown, Jefny Oliver (7)
Asts: Conejo Lobo, Isaac Andres (4)
Pts: Rose, Weyinmi Efejuku (23)
Rebs: Alliman, Ricardo Odayne(10)
Asts: Rose, Weyinmi Efejuku (3)
August 3
Dominican Republic  71–56  Panama
Scoring by quarter: 25-4, 6-31, 17-10, 23-11
Pts: Maye, James Edward (16)
Rebs: Fortuna Lara, Elpidio Manuel (5)
Asts: Fortuna Lara, Elpidio Manuel (6)
Pts: Pinnock, Danilo Augustin (17)
Rebs: Lloreda Ferron, Jose Jaime (11)
Asts: Muñoz Castillo, Joel Gabriel (5)
August 4
Cuba  72–67  Costa Rica
Scoring by quarter: 24-10, 14-22, 23-20, 11-15
Pts: Luis Haiti, Yoan (15)
Rebs: Luis Haiti, Yoan (11)
Asts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (5)
Pts: Martinez Fairclough, Kay Shomarie (20)
Rebs: Martinez Fairclough, Kay Shomarie (10)
Asts: Martinez Fairclough, Kay Shomarie (4)
August 4
Jamaica  68–73  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 17-16, 17-18, 11-18, 23-21
Pts: Rose, Weyinmi Efejuku (25)
Rebs: Blair, Garfield Montgomery (9)
Asts: Blair, Garfield Montgomery (3)
Pts: Camacho Vargas, Eloy Antonio (23)
Rebs: Camacho Vargas, Eloy Antonio (10)
Asts: De Leon Jimenez, Adris Geraldo (6)
August 5
Panama  62–55  Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 16-14, 14-16, 12-10, 20-15
Pts: Muñoz Castillo, Joel Gabriel (13)
Rebs: Garces Riquelme, Ruben Santiago (11)
Asts: Pinnock, Danilo Augustin (5)
Pts: Scott, Akeem Wayne Byron (14)
Rebs: Alliman, Ricardo Odayne (9)
Asts: Blair, Garfield Montgomery (2)
August 5
Dominican Republic  76–72  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 20-24, 17-14, 17-18, 22-16
Pts: Camacho Vargas, Eloy Antonio (13)
Rebs: Roberts Santos, Ronald Christopher (10)
Asts: Liz Lopez, Victor Antonio (3)
Pts: Granda Lewis, William (16)
Rebs: Justiz Ferrer, Javier (5)
Asts: Rodriguez Alfonso, Yaser (6)


Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Mexico 4 4 0 346 250 +96 8
 Puerto Rico 4 3 1 343 269 +74 7
 Virgin Islands 4 2 2 313 320 −7 6
 Bahamas 4 1 3 304 305 −1 5
 El Salvador 4 0 4 239 401 −162 4
August 1
Puerto Rico  88–72  Bahamas
Scoring by quarter: 19-10, 23-14, 23-25, 23-23
Pts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (19)
Rebs: López Sosa, Carlos Ricardo (8)
Asts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (5)
Pts: Hield, Chavano Rainer "Buddy" (30)
Rebs: Rolle, Magnun (5)
Asts: Rose, Ray (5)
August 1
Mexico  74–64  Virgin Islands
Scoring by quarter: 14-12, 21-18, 19-15, 20-19
Pts: Cruz Saldivar, Francisco Javier (20)
Rebs: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (14)
Asts: Stoll, Paul Michael (5)
Pts: Hart, Khalid Mosiah (11)
Rebs: Victor, Cuthbert (8)
Asts: Hodge, Walter Wallace (3)
August 2
Bahamas  96–47  El Salvador
Pts: Hield, Chavano Rainer "Buddy" (46)
Rebs: Hield, Chavano Rainer "Buddy" (15)
Asts: Gray, Marvin (7)
Pts: Valladares Poppler, James Patrick (14)
Rebs: Valladares Poppler, James Patrick (7)
Asts: Lee-Perdomo, Nefi Miguel (2)
August 2
Virgin Islands  64–97  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 8-22, 20-20, 22-27, 14-28
Pts: Hart, Khalid Mosiah (11)
Rebs: Victor, Cuthbert (8)
Asts: Hodge, Walter Wallace (4)
Pts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (25)
Rebs: López Sosa, Carlos Ricardo (8)
Asts: Rivera Isaac, Filiberto (5)
August 3
El Salvador  58–93  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 16-17, 15-22, 17-24, 10-30
Pts: Valladares Poppler, James Patrick (20)
Rebs: Arias Serrano, Carlos Antonio (7)
Asts: Bandek Interiano, Salvador (2)
Pts: Rosario, Michael (19)
Rebs: Clemente, Ramon (8)
Asts: Rivera Ruiz, Carlos Ruben (7)
August 3
Bahamas  57–90  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 6-23, 14-30, 17-22, 20-15
Pts: Hield, Chavano Rainer "Buddy" (17)
Rebs: Coleby, Kadeem D'Arby (6)
Asts: Gray, Marvin (3)
Pts: Martinez, Roman Eduardo (18)
Rebs: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (13)
Asts: Stoll, Paul Michael (5)
August 4
Virgin Islands  80–79  Bahamas
Scoring by quarter: 20-22, 20-19, 26-17, 14-21
Pts: Victor, Cuthbert (15)
Rebs: Victor, Cuthbert (7)
Asts: Hodge, Walter Wallace (5)
Pts: Thompson, Mychel Leslie (18)
Rebs: Coleby, Kadeem D'Arby (8)
Asts: Hinds, Alonzo (4)
August 4
Mexico  107–64  El Salvador
Scoring by quarter: 23-16, 24-11, 38-16, 22-21
Pts: Stoll, Paul Michael (18)
Rebs: Zamora Fernandez, Rodrigo Adrian (6)
Asts: Stoll, Paul Michael (5)
Pts: Valladares Poppler, James Patrick (24)
Rebs: Lee-Perdomo, Nefi Miguel (5)
Asts: Bandek Interiano, Salvador (7)
August 5
El Salvador  70–105  Virgin Islands
Scoring by quarter: 13-32, 19-30, 16-25, 22-18
Pts: Arias Serrano, Alejandro Antonio (16)
Rebs: Lee-Perdomo, Nefi Miguel (11)
Asts: Arias Serrano, Carlos Antonio (5)
Pts: Gray, Johnathan (26)
Rebs: Hart, Khalid Mosiah (9)
Asts: Hodge, Walter Wallace (5)
August 5
Puerto Rico  65–75  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 19-15, 16-15, 20-23, 10-22
Pts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (24)
Rebs: López Sosa, Carlos Ricardo (7)
Asts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (4)
Pts: Gutierrez Cardenas, Jorge Ivan (24)
Rebs: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (6)
Asts: Gutierrez Cardenas, Jorge Ivan (5)

Knockout round[edit]

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
6 August
 
 
 Dominican Republic73
 
7 August
 
 Puerto Rico78
 
 Puerto Rico60
 
6 August
 
 Mexico74
 
 Mexico85
 
 
 Cuba70
 
3rd place
 
 
7 August
 
 
 Dominican Republic75
 
 
 Cuba66

Semifinals[edit]

August 6
Dominican Republic  73–78  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 15-16, 14-18, 23-17, 21-27
Pts: Santana Pimentel, Edward (14)
Rebs: Santana Pimentel, Edward (10)
Asts: Coronado Gil, Juan Silvestre (6)
Pts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (18)
Rebs: Collier, Devon Alexis (7)
Asts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (7)
August 6
Mexico  85–70  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 25-12, 17-20, 24-19, 19-19
Pts: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (28)
Rebs: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (15)
Asts: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (6)
Pts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (15)
Rebs: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (7)
Asts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (2)

Third place playoff[edit]

August 7
Dominican Republic  75–66  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 17-18, 17-19, 31-14, 10-15
Pts: Santana Pimentel, Edward (16)
Rebs: Santana Pimentel, Edward (8)
Asts: Coronado Gil, Juan Silvestre (5)
Pts: Luis Haiti, Yoan (12)
Rebs: Luis Haiti, Yoan (7)
Asts: Oliva Garcia, Osmel (7)

Finals[edit]

August 7
Puerto Rico  60–74  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 14-16, 21-11, 13-25, 12-22
Pts: Rosario, Michael (14)
Rebs: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (5)
Asts: Barea Mora, Jose Juan (4)
Pts: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (16)
Rebs: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (16)
Asts: Ayon Aguirre, Gustavo Alfonso (4)


 2014 Centrobasket Winners 

Mexico
Third title


[1][2][3][4] [5][6][7]

Final Rankings[edit]

The top four teams qualified for the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship. With Mexico being named host, they were automatically qualified for the Championship. This meant an extra spot was open, which was given to the 5th place team, Panama.

Qualifies as host nation
Qualifies to the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship
Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  Mexico
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Puerto Rico
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Dominican Republic
4  Cuba
5  Panama
6  Virgin Islands
7  Bahamas
8  Jamaica
9  Costa Rica
10  El Salvador

References[edit]