2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup

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2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
25th Asia Champions Cup
2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup logo.png
Tournament details
Host nationChina
Dates8–16 October
Teams10 
(from 45 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Games played32
Champions China
(China Kashgar's 1st title; China's 4th title)
MVPUnited States Dewarick Spencer
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points United States Young (35.0) China China Kashgar (100.9)
Rebounds United Arab Emirates Alshabebi (12.7) Iran Petrochimi (49.3)
Assists United States Adams (5.6) China China Kashgar (19.3)
Official website
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The 2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup was the 25th staging of the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, the international basketball club tournament of FIBA Asia. The tournament took place in Chenzhou, China from 8 October to 16 October, 2016.[1][2] The venue of the tournament was Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium. This was the return of the tournament after a two-year hiatus since the 2013 edition.

Xinjiang Flying Tigers from China, which used the name 'China Kashgar' during this tournament, won its first ever FIBA Asia Champions Cup title in its tournament debut. After going undefeated in the entire tournament, Xinjiang defeated Al-Riyadi from Lebanon in the final game, 96–88. It was the fourth time a club from China has won the championship.[3]

Qualification[edit]

According to the FIBA Asia rules, the number of participating teams in the FIBA Asia Champions Cup is ten (10). Each of the six (6) FIBA Asia Sub-Zones has one place, and the hosts (China) was automatically qualified. The other three places are allocated to the zones according to performance in the 2013 FIBA Asia Champions Cup.[4][5]

Central Asia (1) East Asia (1+1+1) Gulf (1+1) South Asia (1) Southeast Asia (1) West Asia (1+1)
Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau China China Kashgar United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli India ONGC Malaysia Malaysia Dragons Iran Petrochimi
Chinese Taipei Pauian Qatar Al-Rayyan Lebanon Al-Riyadi
TBD * Iraq Al-Shorta *

* The third place of East Asia subzone is reallocated to West Asia subzone.

According to the Basketball Federation of India's official website, the 30th Federation National Basketball Championship served as the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, wherein the champion team will qualify to represent South Asia. [6] On March 14, 2016, ONGC defeated IOB in the finals to win the championship and the right to represent South Asia subzone to the FIBA Asia Champions Cup.[7][8]

On March 27, 2016, the Westports Malaysia Dragons clinched a berth to the 2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup by winning the ASEAN Basketball League crown against rivals Singapore Slingers in a best of 5 Finals series.

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw was held in the host city Chenzhou on 1 September 2016.[9]

All times are local (UTC+8).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Lebanon Al-Riyadi 4 4 0 362 287 +75 8 Quarterfinals
2 Iran Petrochimi 4 3 1 347 251 +96 7
3 Chinese Taipei Pauian 4 2 2 351 341 +10 6
4 Qatar Al-Rayyan 4 1 3 284 323 −39 5
5 India ONGC 4 0 4 240 382 −142 4
Source: FIBA Asia
8 October 2016
15:00
Petrochimi Iran 100–80 Chinese Taipei Pauian
Scoring by quarter: 27–21, 24–24, 27–18, 22–17
Pts: Robinson, White 28
Rebs: Sahakian 10
Asts: three players 4
Pts: Davis 22
Rebs: Davis 8
Asts: Wu C. 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
8 October 2016
18:00
Al-Rayyan Qatar 78–92 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 25–26, 8–24, 19–27, 26–15
Pts: Knowles 28
Rebs: Knowles 9
Asts: Knowles 8
Pts: Spencer 23
Rebs: El Khatib 9
Asts: Arakji 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Wang Mei (CHN)
9 October 2016
13:00
ONGC India 51–95 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 11–25, 15–30, 19–21, 6–19
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 14
Rebs: Y. Singh 7
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 2
Pts: Atashi, Robinson 14
Rebs: White 8
Asts: Robinson 7
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
9 October 2016
18:00
Pauian Chinese Taipei 89–65 Qatar Al-Rayyan
Scoring by quarter: 23–12, 21–20, 28–20, 17–13
Pts: Davis 22
Rebs: Davis 10
Asts: Creighton 4
Pts: Knowles 27
Rebs: Abdelhaleem 7
Asts: Abdelkawy 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Wang Mei (CHN)
10 October 2016
13:00
Al-Rayyan Qatar 95–53 India ONGC
Scoring by quarter: 21–14, 19–9, 26–16, 29–14
Pts: Knowles 39
Rebs: Knowles 14
Asts: Knowles 5
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 20
Rebs: Bhriguvanshi, Ravindran 8
Asts: Bhandari, Bhriguvanshi 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Wang Mei (CHN), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
10 October 2016
18:00
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 105–81 Chinese Taipei Pauian
Scoring by quarter: 26–17, 28–21, 24–26, 27–17
Pts: Spencer 31
Rebs: Haidar 7
Asts: Arakji, Spencer 3
Pts: Davis 21
Rebs: Davis 11
Asts: Davis, Wu C. 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ)
11 October 2016
13:00
Petrochimi Iran 89–46 Qatar Al-Rayyan
Scoring by quarter: 25–8, 19–17, 27–10, 18–11
Pts: Robinson 17
Rebs: Sahakian 11
Asts: Hosseinzadeh, Robinson 4
Pts: Mohamed 16
Rebs: Abdelhaleem 9
Asts: Knowles, Mohamed 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
11 October 2016
18:00
ONGC India 65–91 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 22–29, 14–20, 8–16, 21–26
Pts: Am. Singh 21
Rebs: Am. Singh 11
Asts: Bhriguvanshi, Am. Singh 2
Pts: Arakji 21
Rebs: Abdelnour 11
Asts: Arakji 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Wang Mei (CHN)
12 October 2016
15:00
Pauian Chinese Taipei 101–71 India ONGC
Scoring by quarter: 24–21, 25–23, 24–18, 28–9
Pts: Lin C. 19
Rebs: Davis 8
Asts: Lee 8
Pts: Am. Singh 19
Rebs: Am. Singh 13
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Wang Mei (CHN), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
12 October 2016
18:00
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 74–63 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 12–21, 20–14, 18–15, 24–13
Pts: Spencer 23
Rebs: Spencer 11
Asts: El Khatib, Spencer 3
Pts: White 22
Rebs: Arghavan, White 8
Asts: Robinson 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 China China Kashgar 4 4 0 425 276 +149 8 Quarterfinals
2 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli 4 3 1 341 319 +22 7
3 Iraq Al-Shorta 4 2 2 330 301 +29 6
4 Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau 4 1 3 297 344 −47 5
5 Malaysia Malaysia Dragons 4 0 4 252 405 −153 4
Source: FIBA Asia
8 October 2016
13:00
Al-Ahli United Arab Emirates 105–68 Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau
Scoring by quarter: 31–15, 20–13, 25–21, 29–19
Pts: Young 50
Rebs: Samb 11
Asts: S. Alajmani 10
Pts: Ilin 15
Rebs: Yevstigneyev 10
Asts: Ilin 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)
8 October 2016
20:00
Al-Shorta Iraq 69–96 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 15–28, 15–29, 18–11, 21–28
Pts: Hawkins 32
Rebs: Hawkins 9
Asts: Rice 5
Pts: Adams 23
Rebs: Sun T. 10
Asts: Adams 7
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI)
9 October 2016
15:00
Malaysia Dragons Malaysia 62–106 Iraq Al-Shorta
Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 18–24, 12–27, 18–34
Pts: Spencer 22
Rebs: Spencer 14
Asts: Wright 4
Pts: Rice 36
Rebs: A. Al-Saedi 12
Asts: Al-Saymarlee 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI)
9 October 2016
20:00
China Kashgar China 108–79 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 26–28, 29–13, 32–17
Pts: Adams 22
Rebs: Blatche 11
Asts: Blatche 7
Pts: Young 26
Rebs: Alshabebi, Young 9
Asts: S. Alajmani 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)
10 October 2016
15:00
Al-Ahli United Arab Emirates 81–69 Malaysia Malaysia Dragons
Scoring by quarter: 19–24, 19–14, 21–14, 22–17
Pts: Young 32
Rebs: Alshabebi 17
Asts: S. Alajmani 10
Pts: Wright 21
Rebs: Spencer 21
Asts: Wright 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE)
10 October 2016
20:00
Barsy Atyrau Kazakhstan 68–97 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 10–19, 16–28, 19–25, 23–25
Pts: Yevstigneyev 21
Rebs: Micheev 8
Asts: Parks 6
Pts: Adams 21
Rebs: Sun M., Zhou 6
Asts: four players 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND)
11 October 2016
15:00
Al-Shorta Iraq 74–76 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 17–24, 15–25, 27–17
Pts: Hawkins 31
Rebs: A. Al-Saedi 22
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Alshabebi 26
Rebs: Alshabebi 17
Asts: Alshabebi, Young 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)
11 October 2016
20:00
Malaysia Dragons Malaysia 61–94 Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau
Scoring by quarter: 8–24, 18–24, 15–22, 20–24
Pts: Kuek 15
Rebs: Kuek, Ma 6
Asts: Ma 6
Pts: Micheev 30
Rebs: Micheev 6
Asts: Parks 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Chen Ying-cheng (TPE), Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND)
12 October 2016
13:00
Barsy Atyrau Kazakhstan 67–81 Iraq Al-Shorta
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 17–21, 19–23, 11–20
Pts: Micheev 20
Rebs: Micheev 12
Asts: Parks 6
Pts: Rice 31
Rebs: Hawkins 11
Asts: Hammoodi, Hawkins 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI)
12 October 2016
20:00
China Kashgar China 124–60 Malaysia Malaysia Dragons
Scoring by quarter: 39–5, 23–20, 37–18, 25–17
Pts: Adams 30
Rebs: Blatche 14
Asts: Wang 6
Pts: Wong 22
Rebs: Kuek 7
Asts: Choo, Kuek 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)

Final round[edit]

  5th place game 5th–8th place semifinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                               
     B4  Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau  69  
     A1  Lebanon Al-Riyadi  88  
   B4  Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau  64        A1  Lebanon Al-Riyadi  107  
   A3  Chinese Taipei Pauian  72        B2  United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli  79  
   B2  United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli  90
     A3  Chinese Taipei Pauian  80  
   A3  Chinese Taipei Pauian  72        A1  Lebanon Al-Riyadi  88
   B3  Iraq Al-Shorta  81        B1  China China Kashgar  96
     A4  Qatar Al-Rayyan  84  
       B1  China China Kashgar (OT)  95  
 A4  Qatar Al-Rayyan  63        B1  China China Kashgar  90
  7th place game      B3  Iraq Al-Shorta  90        A2  Iran Petrochimi  86     Bronze medal game
   B4  Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau  78    A2  Iran Petrochimi  88    B2  United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli  74
   A4  Qatar Al-Rayyan  84      B3  Iraq Al-Shorta  67      A2  Iran Petrochimi  100

Quarterfinals[edit]

14 October 2016
13:00
Petrochimi Iran 88–67 Iraq Al-Shorta
Scoring by quarter: 25–22, 12–18, 27–11, 24–16
Pts: Robinson 25
Rebs: Robinson 10
Asts: White 8
Pts: Hawkins 31
Rebs: A. Al-Saedi 11
Asts: Rice 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND)
14 October 2016
15:00
Al-Ahli United Arab Emirates 90–80 Chinese Taipei Pauian
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 22–13, 21–19, 28–23
Pts: Young 40
Rebs: Alshabebi 14
Asts: M. Alajmani 7
Pts: Davis 20
Rebs: Davis 13
Asts: Tan 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)
14 October 2016
18:00
Barsy Atyrau Kazakhstan 69–88 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 18–31, 7–22, 22–19, 22–16
Pts: Micheev 24
Rebs: Yevstigneyev 11
Asts: Gubashev, Ilin 3
Pts: El Khatib 18
Rebs: Aminu 10
Asts: Arakji 7
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Yang Xiaoguang (CHN)
14 October 2016
20:00
Al-Rayyan Qatar 84–95 (OT) China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 22–23, 22–16, 18–16, 13–20Overtime: 9–20
Pts: Knowles 37
Rebs: Abdelhaleem 17
Asts: Knowles 4
Pts: Adams 27
Rebs: Zhou 12
Asts: Blatche 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE)

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

15 October 2016
9:00
Pauian Chinese Taipei 72–64 Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 21–17, 21–25, 16–11
Pts: Lee 21
Rebs: Davis 11
Asts: Lee 4
Pts: Ilin 27
Rebs: Micheev 11
Asts: Parks 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Wang Mei (CHN)
15 October 2016
11:00
Al-Shorta Iraq 90–63 Qatar Al-Rayyan
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 24–16, 16–19, 31–14
Pts: Hawkins 37
Rebs: Hawkins 14
Asts: Al-Mayali, Hawkins 3
Pts: Knowles 24
Rebs: Knowles 10
Asts: Knowles 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yang Xiaoguang (CHN), Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)

Semifinals[edit]

15 October 2016
16:30
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 107–79 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli
Scoring by quarter: 25–15, 20–25, 31–22, 31–17
Pts: Spencer 26
Rebs: Aminu 11
Asts: Arakji 11
Pts: Young 32
Rebs: Alshabebi 18
Asts: M. Alajmani 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS)
15 October 2016
20:00
China Kashgar China 90–86 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 25–28, 20–25, 24–20, 21–13
Pts: Blatche 27
Rebs: Blatche 10
Asts: Adams 6
Pts: White, Yakhchali 26
Rebs: Hassanzadeh 8
Asts: Robinson 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Snehal Bendke (IND)

Seventh place game[edit]

16 October 2016
9:00
Barsy Atyrau Kazakhstan 78–84 Qatar Al-Rayyan
Scoring by quarter: 30–14, 16–27, 17–21, 15–22
Pts: Micheev 22
Rebs: Micheev 16
Asts: Parks 6
Pts: Knowles 49
Rebs: Matalkeh 7
Asts: Al-Khanji, Knowles 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE)

Fifth place game[edit]

16 October 2016
11:00
Pauian Chinese Taipei 72–81 Iraq Al-Shorta
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 14–19, 21–26, 18–18
Pts: Tan 19
Rebs: Davis 18
Asts: Shih 4
Pts: Rice 32
Rebs: A. Al-Saedi 12
Asts: Hawkins, Rice 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Walid Marcel Abirached (LIB), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI)

Third place game[edit]

16 October 2016
14:30
Al-Ahli United Arab Emirates 74–100 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 18–22, 19–31, 20–29
Pts: Young 43
Rebs: Young 10
Asts: S. Alajmani 2
Pts: White, Yakhchali 22
Rebs: White 19
Asts: Robinson 7
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Ahmed Ali Yaseen Al-Suwaili (IRQ), Wang Mei (CHN)

Final[edit]

16 October 2016
17:00
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 88–96 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 21–22, 15–25, 33–23
Pts: El Khatib 23
Rebs: Abdelnour 11
Asts: Spencer 12
Pts: Blatche 22
Rebs: Zhou 9
Asts: Adams 13
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Ahmed Al Bulushi (OMA), Snehal Bendke (IND)

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s) China China Kashgar 7–0
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lebanon Al-Riyadi 6–1
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Iran Petrochimi 5–2
4th United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli 4–3
5th Iraq Al-Shorta 4–3
6th Chinese Taipei Pauian 3–4
7th Qatar Al-Rayyan 2–5
8th Kazakhstan Barsy Atyrau 1–6
9th India ONGC 0–4
10th Malaysia Malaysia Dragons 0–4

Awards[edit]

Most Valuable Player
United States Dewarick Spencer

All-Star Five[edit]

Pos Player Club
F Lebanon Fadi El Khatib Lebanon Al-Riyadi
F United States Sam Young United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli
C Philippines Andray Blatche China China Kashgar
G United States Dewarick Spencer (MVP) Lebanon Al-Riyadi
G United States Darius Adams China China Kashgar

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