2016 William Jones Cup

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2016 William Jones Cup
Tournament information
LocationNew Taipei
DatesM: 23–31 July 2016
W: 3–7 August 2016
Host(s) Taiwan
TeamsM: 9
W: 6
Websitehttp://jonescup.choxue.com/
Final positions
ChampionsM: Mighty Sports
W:  South Korea
1st runners-upM:  South Korea
W:  Japan
2nd runners-upM:  Chinese Taipei A
W:  Chinese Taipei A
MVPUnited States Dewarick Spencer
(Mighty Sports)
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The 2016 William Jones Cup was the 38th staging of William Jones Cup, an international basketball tournament. The men's tournament was held from 23–31 July 2016[1][2] at the Hsinchuang Gymnasium in New Taipei City, Taiwan.[3] The women's tournament was held from 3–7 August 2016.

Mighty Sports won the cup with two games to spare, securing the fifth overall championship for the Philippines.[4]

Men's tournament[edit]

Participating teams[edit]

Team standings[edit]

[7]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
Philippines Mighty Sports 8 8 0 715 576 +139 16
 South Korea 8 6 2 592 490 +102 14
 Chinese Taipei A (Blue) 8 5 3 614 572 +42 13 1–0
 Iran 8 5 3 547 519 +28 13 0–1
United States Sacramento State Hornets 8 3 5 524 548 −24 11 1–1; 1.11
 Egypt 8 3 5 555 589 −34 11 1–1; 1.01
 Japan 8 3 5 514 579 −65 11 1–1; 0.89
 Chinese Taipei B (White) 8 2 6 557 643 −86 10
 India 8 1 7 536 638 −102 9

Day 1[edit]

23 July
15:00
South Korea  73–74  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 16–24, 9–19, 21–17, 27–14
Pts: Byun, Lee S.H. 13
Rebs: Lee S.H. 7
Asts: Heo H. 5
Pts: El-Gammal 21
Rebs: Ibrahim 7
Asts: four players 2 each
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
23 July
17:00
Chinese Taipei B  61–73  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 12–22, 15–19, 16–19
Pts: Huang T.H. 15
Rebs: Florveus 11
Asts: Wu C.C. 3
Pts: Yakhchali 18
Rebs: Mirzaei, Yakhchali 8
Asts: Yakhchali 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
23 July
19:30
Chinese Taipei A  76–55  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–17, 14–10, 23–16, 22–12
Pts: Liu 21
Rebs: Davis 12
Asts: Chen S.N. 5
Pts: Nagayoshi 14
Rebs: Mitsuhara 7
Asts: Togashi 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
23 July
21:30
India  60–62 United States Sacramento State Hornets
Scoring by quarter: 13–12, 14–14, 21–23, 12–13
Pts: Pethani 23
Rebs: Pethani 11
Asts: Bhriguvanshi, Amj. Singh 6
Pts: Strings 22
Rebs: Stuteville 15
Asts: Graves 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 2[edit]

24 July
13:00
Egypt  74–79  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 14–22, 27–16, 19–16, 14–25
Pts: Gendy 22
Rebs: Gendy 9
Asts: El-Gammal 7
Pts: Huang T.H. 19
Rebs: Yang H.C. 8
Asts: Wu C.C. 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
24 July
15:00
Japan  89–70  India
Scoring by quarter: 22–19, 23–9, 29–21, 15–21
Pts: Kumagae 17
Rebs: Nagayoshi, Nemoto 5
Asts: Togashi 6
Pts: Bhriguvanshi, Amj. Singh 16
Rebs: Annadurai 9
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
24 July
17:00
Sacramento State Hornets United States 48–63  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 7–15, 10–16, 12–11
Pts: Hornsby, Strings 10
Rebs: Hornsby 10
Asts: Graves, Wu 2
Pts: Byun 11
Rebs: Heo H. 5
Asts: Heo H. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
24 July
19:00
Mighty Sports Philippines 89–81  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 14–27, 26–10, 25–15, 24–29
Pts: Spencer 27
Rebs: N'Diaye, Singletary 9
Asts: Brickman 5
Pts: Liu 25
Rebs: Chou Y.H., Liu 8
Asts: Chen Y.C. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 3[edit]

25 July
13:00
Japan  71–66  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 13–14, 11–15, 28–24
Pts: Togashi 18
Rebs: Endo 7
Asts: Shinoyama 6
Pts: Nasar 13
Rebs: Ibrahim 7
Asts: Gendy, El-Gammal 3
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
25 July
15:00
Iran  70–59 United States Sacramento State Hornets
Scoring by quarter: 12–12, 17–16, 24–18, 17–13
Pts: Yakhchali 17
Rebs: Mashayekhi 5
Asts: Torabi, Yakhchali 3
Pts: Strings 16
Rebs: Strings 9
Asts: Graves 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
25 July
17:00
South Korea  65–86 Philippines Mighty Sports
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 13–23, 14–14, 20–27
Pts: Heo I.Y., Kim J.K., Lee S.H. 11
Rebs: Kang 6
Asts: Heo H. 5
Pts: Thornton 24
Rebs: N'Diaye 8
Asts: Graham 3
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
25 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei A  76–70 (OT)  India
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 14–14, 11–14, 19–21Overtime: 10–4
Pts: Liu 18
Rebs: Davis 16
Asts: Chang Y.A., Chen Y.C. 3
Pts: Amj. Singh 18
Rebs: Pethani 17
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 4[edit]

26 July
13:00
Egypt  65–74  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 17–23, 5–19, 21–15
Pts: El-Sabagh, Gendy 17
Rebs: El-Mekawi, Gendy 5
Asts: El-Gammal 3
Pts: Arghavan 24
Rebs: Arghavan 9
Asts: Yakhchali 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
26 July
15:00
India  55–97  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 9–29, 14–19, 14–24, 18–25
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 9
Rebs: Annadurai, T. Singh 5
Asts: T. Singh 5
Pts: Heo U. 19
Rebs: four players 5 each
Asts: Heo H. 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
26 July
17:00
Sacramento State Hornets United States 69–88 Philippines Mighty Sports
Scoring by quarter: 23–23, 12–31, 15–15, 19–19
Pts: Dressler 16
Rebs: Patton 9
Asts: Graves, Jackson 3
Pts: Macklin, Spencer 14
Rebs: Singletary 7
Asts: Brickman 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
26 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei B  81–80  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 26–18, 19–20, 20–17, 16–25
Pts: Yang H.C. 22
Rebs: Florveus 16
Asts: Huang T.H., Wu C.C. 4
Pts: Liu 26
Rebs: Davis 8
Asts: Chen S.N. 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 5[edit]

27 July
13:00
Egypt  79–67  India
Scoring by quarter: 11–16, 25–13, 24–22, 19–16
Pts: Nasar 19
Rebs: Nasar 7
Asts: El-Gammal, Mohamed 4
Pts: Amr. Singh 22
Rebs: Annadurai 10
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
27 July
15:00
South Korea  67–50  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 12–9, 21–13, 16–17, 18–11
Pts: Heo I.Y., Kim S.H. 15
Rebs: Kim J.K, Lee S.H. 6
Asts: Heo H., Lee S.H. 4
Pts: Yakhchali 13
Rebs: Arghavan 5
Asts: Aslani 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
27 July
17:00
Mighty Sports Philippines 87–66  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 28–12, 22–9, 20–26, 17–19
Pts: Graham 15
Rebs: N'Diaye 10
Asts: Spencer 5
Pts: Nishikawa 15
Rebs: Mitsuhara 10
Asts: Fujii 7
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
27 July
19:00
Sacramento State Hornets United States 81–60  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 19–18, 19–9, 28–13
Pts: Strings 24
Rebs: Strings 8
Asts: Graves 4
Pts: Florveus 17
Rebs: Florveus 11
Asts: Chien C.Y. 3
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 6[edit]

28 July
13:00
India  81–101 Philippines Mighty Sports
Scoring by quarter: 27–23, 21–25, 11–31, 22–22
Pts: Amr. Singh 18
Rebs: Amj. Singh 13
Asts: Amj. Singh 4
Pts: Thornton 30
Rebs: Spencer 10
Asts: Spencer 12
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
28 July
15:00
Egypt  70–63 United States Sacramento State Hornets
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 15–11, 20–15, 20–24
Pts: Kamal 17
Rebs: Kamal 16
Asts: Gendy, El-Sabagh, Kamal 2
Pts: Battaglia 15
Rebs: Dressler 10
Asts: Dressler, Jackson, Ugbaja 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
28 July
17:00
Chinese Taipei B  68–72  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 20–13, 21–15, 14–25
Pts: Chien Y.C. 15
Rebs: Florveus 20
Asts: Wu C.C. 5
Pts: Fujii 12
Rebs: Fujii 9
Asts: Fujii 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
28 July
19:00
Iran  63–66  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 15–11, 13–20, 13–18, 22–17
Pts: Yakhchali 23
Rebs: Mashayekhi 11
Asts: Mirzaei 3
Pts: Yang C.M. 16
Rebs: Davis 13
Asts: Chen Y.C., Chou Y.H., Liu 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 7[edit]

29 July
13:00
India  77–63  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 13–23, 28–14, 19–10
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 27
Rebs: Amj. Singh 17
Asts: Bhriguvanshi, Pari, Amj. Singh 4
Pts: Yang H.C. 18
Rebs: Florveus 14
Asts: Wu C.C. 9
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
29 July
15:00
Mighty Sports Philippines 80–73  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 20–10, 16–14, 17–28, 27–21
Pts: Thornton 24
Rebs: Thornton 10
Asts: Spencer 5
Pts: Doraghi 20
Rebs: Yousofvand 7
Asts: Mozafarivanani 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
29 July
17:00
Japan  45–68  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 13–18, 9–13, 15–21, 8–16
Pts: Fujii 12
Rebs: Mitsuhara, Nagayoshi 5
Asts: Fujii 4
Pts: Lee S.H. 17
Rebs: Kim J.K. 8
Asts: Heo H. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
29 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei A  82–66  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 10–22, 24–13, 27–12
Pts: Davis 23
Rebs: Davis, Liu 9
Asts: Chen Y.C. 8
Pts: Gendy 15
Rebs: Gendy 9
Asts: El-Sadani 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 8[edit]

30 July
13:00
Iran  73–65  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 22–5, 10–21, 26–22, 15–17
Pts: Arghavan 19
Rebs: Arghavan 9
Asts: Yakhchali 6
Pts: Togashi 25
Rebs: Mitsuhara 10
Asts: Mitsuhara 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
30 July
15:00
Egypt  61–80 Philippines Mighty Sports
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 16–21, 19–17, 14–28
Pts: Gendy 24
Rebs: Gendy 12
Asts: Kamal, Shousha 3
Pts: Thornton 20
Rebs: Thornton 15
Asts: Brickman 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
30 July
17:00
South Korea  82–65  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 19–5, 15–20, 22–24
Pts: Heo U. 16
Rebs: Heo U. 8
Asts: Lee S.H. 6
Pts: Florveus 17
Rebs: Florvues 13
Asts: Wu C.C. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
30 July
19:00
Sacramento State Hornets United States 71–86  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 12–12, 16–20, 15–25, 28–29
Pts: Wu 17
Rebs: Hornsby 14
Asts: Graves, Strings 5
Pts: Tien 17
Rebs: Davis 13
Asts: Liu 3
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 9[edit]

31 July
13:00
India  56–71  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 10–15, 21–17, 19–24, 6–15
Pts: Amr. Singh 22
Rebs: Amr. Singh 9
Asts: Bhriguvanshi, Pari 4
Pts: Yakhchali 15
Rebs: Arghavan 9
Asts: Arghavan, Mozafarivanani 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
31 July
15:00
Japan  51–71 United States Sacramento State Hornets
Scoring by quarter: 5–8, 18–21, 12–20, 16–22
Pts: Nishikawa 14
Rebs: Mitsuhara 10
Asts: Fujii, Kumagae 3
Pts: Strings 23
Rebs: Hornsby 11
Asts: Graves 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
31 July
17:00
Chinese Taipei B  80–104 Philippines Mighty Sports
Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 17–24, 28–33, 19–17
Pts: Chien Y.C. 18
Rebs: Florveus 18
Asts: Lee K.Y. 5
Pts: Spencer 27
Rebs: Spencer 9
Asts: Singletary 7
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
31 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei A  67–77  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 12–15, 21–25, 20–20
Pts: Liu 16
Rebs: Davis 12
Asts: Chang Y.A, Chen S.N., Liu 2
Pts: Kim J.K 28
Rebs: Kim J.K. 8
Asts: Heo H. 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Women's tournament[edit]

Participating teams[edit]

Team standings[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 South Korea 5 4 1 301 281 +20 9 1–0
 Japan 5 4 1 382 270 +112 9 0–1
 Chinese Taipei A (Blue) 5 3 2 360 300 +60 8 1–0
United States United States WJC 5 3 2 357 344 +13 8 0–1
 Chinese Taipei B (White) 5 1 4 351 368 −17 6
 Thailand 5 0 5 245 433 −188 5

Day 1[edit]

3 August
15:00
Thailand  44–93 United States United States WJC
Scoring by quarter: 4–31, 13–15, 11–25, 16–22
Pts: Yothanan 8
Rebs: Yothanan 5
Asts: Kruatiwa 3
Pts: Harvin, King 27
Rebs: King 10
Asts: Harris 6
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
3 August
17:00
South Korea  65–58  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 18–18, 12–13, 15–13, 20–14
Pts: Kim D.B. 16
Rebs: Kwak 15
Asts: Kim D.B. 7
Pts: Wang W.L. 10
Rebs: Huang H.T. 7
Asts: Huang J.C., Lo, Wang W.L. 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
3 August
19:30
Chinese Taipei A  68–73  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 24–23, 13–12, 16–18
Pts: Li Y.R. 16
Rebs: Lin C.W. 8
Asts: Lin C.W. 5
Pts: Mawuli 14
Rebs: Mawuli, Nishioka 7
Asts: Fujioka 7
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 2[edit]

4 August
15:00
Thailand  41–60  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–14, 11–22, 3–9, 16–15
Pts: Prajuapsook 10
Rebs: Yothanan 7
Asts: Kruatiwa 3
Pts: four players 9 each
Rebs: Kim Y.H. 7
Asts: Kim D.B. 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
4 August
17:00
Japan  92–53 United States United States WJC
Scoring by quarter: 18–9, 23–18, 19–13, 32–13
Pts: Hayashi 14
Rebs: four players 5 each
Asts: Fujioka 8
Pts: King 13
Rebs: Ford 7
Asts: King 2
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
4 August
19:00
Chinese Taipei B  51–70  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 8–21, 6–16, 22–19
Pts: Wang W.L. 9
Rebs: Wang W.L. 14
Asts: Huang J.C. 2
Pts: Liu H.Y. 17
Rebs: Lin C.W. 7
Asts: Pan T.Y., Peng S.C. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 3[edit]

5 August
15:00
South Korea  55–63 United States United States WJC
Scoring by quarter: 14–20, 14–11, 16–17, 11–15
Pts: Kim D.B. 19
Rebs: Kim D.B. 12
Asts: Yoon 4
Pts: Harvin, King 15
Rebs: Harris 14
Asts: five players 1 each
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
5 August
17:00
Chinese Taipei B  58–71  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 15–16, 19–20, 9–18
Pts: Huang L.C. 15
Rebs: Yang 7
Asts: Wang W.L. 3
Pts: Mawuli 22
Rebs: Mawuli 13
Asts: Fujioka 10
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
5 August
19:00
Chinese Taipei A  90–50  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 27–13, 22–14, 25–14, 16–9
Pts: Liu H.Y., Peng S.C. 17
Rebs: Chen Y.C. 9
Asts: Lin H.F. 6
Pts: Thiratananitiworachot 18
Rebs: Thiratananitiworachot 7
Asts: Surin, Yothanan 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 4[edit]

6 August
15:00
Japan  56–57  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 14–10, 22–11, 2–24
Pts: Mawuli 21
Rebs: Onuma 8
Asts: Hayashi, Mawuli 3
Pts: Kim D.B. 13
Rebs: Yang 10
Asts: Yoon 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
6 August
17:00
Thailand  76–100  Chinese Taipei B
Scoring by quarter: 19–27, 24–28, 24–30, 9–15
Pts: Banmoo, Kruatiwa 13
Rebs: Yothanan 8
Asts: Kruatiwa 4
Pts: Huang L.C. 20
Rebs: Chen W.A., Huang Y.T. 5
Asts: Huang J.C. 5
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
6 August
19:00
United States WJC 62–69  Chinese Taipei A
Scoring by quarter: 17–22, 11–15, 10–16, 24–16
Pts: King 23
Rebs: Harris, King 14
Asts: Robinson 2
Pts: Wang L.Y. 16
Rebs: Lin C.W. 9
Asts: Huang F.S. 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Day 5[edit]

7 August
15:00
Japan  90–34  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 17–6, 30–7, 20–13, 23–8
Pts: Akaho 17
Rebs: Akaho 11
Asts: Miyazaki 5
Pts: Surin 10
Rebs: Janthabut, Sorot 4
Asts: Saechua 3
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
7 August
17:00
Chinese Taipei B  84–86 (OT) United States WJC
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 13–19, 16–19, 23–15, Overtime: 11–13
Pts: Huang H.T. 18
Rebs: Huang H.T. 9
Asts: Huang H.T., Huang Y.T. 3
Pts: Harvin 23
Rebs: Harris 22
Asts: Ford 4
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City
7 August
19:00
Chinese Taipei A  63–64  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 13–24, 14–14, 20–9, 16–17
Pts: Peng S.C. 20
Rebs: Lin C.W. 7
Asts: Huang F.S., Li Y.R., Peng S.C. 3
Pts: Kim D.B. 19
Rebs: Kwak 12
Asts: Kim D.B. 7
Hsinchuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City

Awards[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

2016 William Jones Cup
Philippines
Mighty Sports
First title
Most Valuable Player[11]
United States Dewarick Spencer (Mighty Sports)
Mythical Five[12]

Women's tournament[edit]

2016 William Jones Cup
South Korea
South Korea
Twelfth title

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