2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup

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2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
26th Asia Champions Cup
Tournament details
Host nationChina
Dates22–30 September
Teams10 
(from 45 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Games played32
Champions Lebanon
(Al-Riyadi 's 2nd title; Lebanon's 5th title)
MVPUnited States Bulgaria Darius Adams
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points United Arab Emirates Alshabebi (25.9) Lebanon Al-Riyadi (101.0)
Rebounds United States Austin (13.0) Iran Petrochimi (46.6)
Assists Philippines United States Brickman (7.0) Lebanon Al-Riyadi (21.9)
Official website
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The 2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup was the 26th staging of the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, the international basketball club tournament of FIBA Asia. The tournament took place in Chenzhou, China from 22 September to 30 September 2017.[1][2] This was the second straight year that China hosted the tournament.

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 2016 FIBA Asia Champions Cup.[3] [4]

Central Asia (1) East Asia (1+2) Persian Gulf (1) South Asia (1) Southeast Asia (1) West Asia (1+1+1)
Kazakhstan BC Astana China Xinjiang Flying Tigers United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli India ONGC Thailand Mono Vampire Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Japan Sun Rockers Shibuya* Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas Iran Petrochimi
Chinese Taipei Dacin Tigers State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah

West Asia[edit]

On March 17, 2017, Al-Riyadi of Lebanon ruled the West Asia Basketball Association (WABA) Champions Cup for the fourth time in their history after beating defending champions Petrochimi of Iran, 83-69, in the Final in Amman, Jordan.[5] Joining the finalists is the first-time participants Sareyyet Ramallah of Palestine, which qualified by virtue of their win over Iraq's Al Mina the day before.

Southeast Asia[edit]

On April 23, 2017, Mono Vampire of Thailand qualified to the main tournament by being the champion of TBSL (Thailand Basketball Super League).

Singapore Slingers, who was the runner-up in the ASEAN Basketball League in 2017, was supposed to play in the tournament, but apparently withdrew due to the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.[citation needed]

Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas were given a wildcard slot on September 5, as a replacement to Japan's SunRockers Shibuya. SunRockers Shibuya withdrew their participation due to scheduling conflicts with the B.League.[6]

Persian Gulf[edit]

The 37th GCC Club Basketball Championship was held from May 12 up to May 20, 2017 in Manama, Bahrain. United Arab Emirates' Al-Ahli defeated their compatriots Al Shabab in the final. Joining the champions is the Manama Club of Bahrain, who took the bronze medal by defeating Al-Rayyan of Qatar.[7] Eight teams vied for the two slots allotted for Persian Gulf Region. The draw for the tournament was held on April 7, 2017.[8]

South Asia[edit]

The 2017 SABA Championship, which is also the qualifying tournament for the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup and 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Asian Qualifiers, was also designated as the qualifying tournament for SABA subzone for the 2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup. Since India won the tournament, their top domestic club will also represent South Asia, [9] which means that the defending Indian champs ONGC will represent India and South Asia.

Draw[edit]

The draw was held in Beijing on 25 August 2017.[10][11] Three pots used for the draw. All ten teams except China's representative where distributed among the pots according to their geographical locations. The Chinese representative chose the group which they would like to be in.[12] The identity of the Japanese team which later withdrew were not yet announced at the time of the draw.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3

Kazakhstan BC Astana
India ONGC
Thailand Mono Vampire
United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli

Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Iran Petrochimi
State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah

Chinese Taipei Dacin Tigers
Japan TBA*

China Xinjiang Flying Tigers were not allocated in a pot and joined the group of their choosing.

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+8).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Kazakhstan Astana 4 3 1 285 255 +30 7 Advance to quarterfinals
2 Iran Petrochimi 4 3 1 371 237 +134 7
3 Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 4 2 2 336 343 −7 6
4 Thailand Mono Vampire 4 1 3 330 411 −81 5
5 State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah 4 1 3 285 361 −76 5
Source: FIBA Asia
22 September 2017
16:25
Sareyyet Ramallah State of Palestine 100–102 (OT) Thailand Mono Vampire
Scoring by quarter: 21–27, 20–19, 34–23, 15–21Overtime: 10–12
Pts: Abu-Shamala, O'Brien 24
Rebs: O'Brien 12
Asts: Weeden 8
Pts: Singletary 38
Rebs: Singletary 12
Asts: Brickman 11
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Nan Ye (CHN), Jung Yu (TPE)
22 September 2017
21:45
BC Astana Kazakhstan 65–73 Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 24–14, 12–22 , 10–16
Pts: Gavrilov 11
Rebs: Gavrilov 11
Asts: Carter 4
Pts: Ravena 22
Rebs: Austin 18
Asts: Revilla 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Noujaim Rabah (LBN), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Xiao Zhang (CHN)
23 September 2017
14:30
Petrochimi Iran 65–66 Kazakhstan BC Astana
Scoring by quarter: 21–12, 18–18, 14–21, 12–15
Pts: Warren 17
Rebs: Kazemi 10
Asts: Begić, Warren 3
Pts: Carter 24
Rebs: Zhigulin 10
Asts: Murzagaliyev 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Sharad Vasant Bansode (IND), Jun Yan (CHN)
23 September 2017
16:45
Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas Philippines 82–89 State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 20–20, 21–23, 28–25
Pts: Ravena 24
Rebs: Austin 8
Asts: Ravena 3
Pts: Weeden 22
Rebs: Abu-Shamala 12
Asts: O'Brien 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Chuang Chih Chun (TPE)
24 September 2017
14:30
Mono Vampire Thailand 102–115 Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas
Scoring by quarter: 22–31, 29–26, 26–24, 25–34
Pts: Singletary 32
Rebs: Singletary 10
Asts: Brickman 9
Pts: Cruz 28
Rebs: Austin 19
Asts: Revilla 9
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Chuang Chih-Chun (TPE), Ye Nan (CHN)
24 September 2017
21:45
Sareyyet Ramallah State of Palestine 45–108 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 16–21, 7–27, 6–29, 16–31
Pts: O'Brien 15
Rebs: O'Brien 11
Asts: O'Brien 4
Pts: Warren 25
Rebs: Kazemi 11
Asts: Mashayekhi 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Yu Jung (TPE), Zhang Xiao (CHN)
25 September 2017
14:30
BC Astana Kazakhstan 69–51 State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah
Scoring by quarter: 14–10, 23–9, 21–17, 11–15
Pts: Carter 23
Rebs: Kolesnikov 8
Asts: Clemmons 5
Pts: O'Brien 18
Rebs: O'Brien 9
Asts: Abu-Shamala 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yan Jun (CHN), Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Yu Jung (TPE)
25 September 2017
19:30
Petrochimi Iran 111–60 Thailand Mono Vampire
Scoring by quarter: 26–19, 21–18, 30–14, 34–9
Pts: Warren 20
Rebs: Mirzaei 15
Asts: Warren 7
Pts: Singletary 12
Rebs: Singletary 5
Asts: Brickman 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ye Nan (CHN), Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Harja Jaladri (INA)
26 September 2017
16:45
Mono Vampire Thailand 66–85 Kazakhstan BC Astana
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 8–13, 25–27, 16–27
Pts: Singletary 30
Rebs: Singletary 8
Asts: Brickman 3
Pts: Carter 27
Rebs: Kolesnikov 15
Asts: Carter 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Chuang Chih-Chun (TPE), Sharad Vasant Bansode (IND), Harja Jaladri (INA)
26 September 2017
21:45
Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas Philippines 66–87 Iran Petrochimi
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 15–27, 16–18, 21–26
Pts: Austin, Ravena 20
Rebs: Austin 12
Asts: Ravena 5
Pts: Warren 30
Rebs: Kazemi 18
Asts: Mashayekhi 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yu Jung (TPE), Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Zhang Xiao (CHN)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Lebanon Al-Riyadi 4 4 0 435 250 +185 8 Advance to quarterfinals
2 China China Kashgar 4 3 1 361 287 +74 7
3 Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers 4 2 2 352 326 +26 6
4 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai 4 1 3 245 376 −131 5
5 India ONGC 4 0 4 231 385 −154 4
Source: FIBA Asia
22 September 2017
14:30
Dacin Tigers Chinese Taipei 94–62 India ONGC
Scoring by quarter: 28–9, 22–13, 22–13, 22–27
Pts: Chih-Feng 22
Rebs: Bhullar 11
Asts: I-Chieh, Yu-Chun, Huang Jhen 3
Pts: Bhandari 15
Rebs: Mukkanniyil 9
Asts: Uddin 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Anan Daraghma (PLE), Nattapong Jontapa (THA)
22 September 2017
19:30
Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai United Arab Emirates 43–96 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 11–22, 12–24, 10–25, 10–25
Pts: Alshabebi, Salem 16
Rebs: Alblooshi 7
Asts: Alblooshi 2
Pts: Adams 17
Rebs: Abudurexiti 8
Asts: Adams 7
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ)
23 September 2017
19:30
China Kashgar China 100–94 Chinese Taipei Dacin Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 28–23, 23–21, 29–26
Pts: Adams 31
Rebs: Adams, Makan 8
Asts: Adams 7
Pts: Bhullar 26
Rebs: Bhullar 14
Asts: I-Chieh 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Joenard Garcia (PHI), Hadi Salem (IRI)
23 September 2017
21:45
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 116–55 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai
Scoring by quarter: 31–6, 31–14, 30–20, 25–15
Pts: Douby 20
Rebs: Daniels, Haidar 12
Asts: Mahmoud 9
Pts: Alshabebi 26
Rebs: Alshabebi 11
Asts: Alblooshi, Salem 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ)
24 September 2017
16:45
Dacin Tigers Chinese Taipei 71–89 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 16–29, 17–17, 22–29, 16–14
Pts: Bhullar 17
Rebs: Bhullar 8
Asts: Yu-Chun 3
Pts: Douby 20
Rebs: Nour 11
Asts: Arakji 8
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Chan Owe-Shiong (MAS), Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ)
24 September 2017
19:30
ONGC India 47–92 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 9–20, 19–30, 9–24, 10–18
Pts: Singh 17
Rebs: Yadwinder 14
Asts: Uddin, Yadwinder 3
Pts: Adams 25
Rebs: Sun 9
Asts: Wang, Xirelijiang 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Anan Daraghma (PLE), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI)
25 September 2017
16:45
Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai United Arab Emirates 75–93 Chinese Taipei Dacin Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 14–13, 23–27, 24–23, 14–30
Pts: Alshabebi 37
Rebs: Alshabebi 22
Asts: Alblooshi, Juma 6
Pts: Cheng 22
Rebs: Bhullar 6
Asts: Cheng, Weng 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Hadi Salem (IRI)
25 September 2017
21:45
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 127–51 India ONGC
Scoring by quarter: 38–18, 34–6, 34–14, 21–13
Pts: Douby 22
Rebs: Tabet 14
Asts: Mahmoud 8
Pts: Mukkanniyil 13
Rebs: Mukkanniyil 10
Asts: Bhandari, Uddin 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Joenard Garcia (PHI), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Nattapong Jontapa (THA)
26 September 2017
14:30
ONGC India 71–72 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 18–20, 10–15, 25–18
Pts: Uddin 20
Rebs: Mukkanniyil 11
Asts: Uddin, Singh 3
Pts: Alshabebi 25
Rebs: Alshabebi 12
Asts: Alblooshi 8
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Anan Daraghma (PLE), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI)
26 September 2017
19:30
China Kashgar China 73–103 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 17–28, 28–19, 13–34, 15–22
Pts: Adams 22
Rebs: Adams 6
Asts: Blatche 6
Pts: Haidar 23
Rebs: Tabet 14
Asts: Douby 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ), Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI)

Final round[edit]

  5th place game 5th–8th place semifinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                               
     B4  United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai  53  
     A1  Kazakhstan BC Astana  83  
   B4  United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai  57        A1  Kazakhstan BC Astana  70  
   A3  Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas  92        B2  China China Kashgar  79  
   B2  China China Kashgar  86
     A3  Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas  70  
   A3  Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas  89        B2  China China Kashgar  59
   A4  Thailand Mono Vampire  79        B1  Lebanon Al-Riyadi  88
     A4  Thailand Mono Vampire  73  
       B1  Lebanon Al-Riyadi  110  
 A4  Thailand Mono Vampire  92        B1  LebanonAl-Riyadi  74
  7th place game      B3  Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers  89        A2  Iran Petrochimi  64     Bronze medal game
   B4  United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai  58    A2  Iran Petrochimi  97    A1  Kazakhstan BC Astana  81
   B3  Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers  103      B3  Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers  80      A2  Iran Petrochimi  78

Quarterfinals[edit]

28 September 2017
14:30
Petrochimi Iran 97–80 Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 26–18, 22–23, 20–16, 29–23
Pts: Warren 31
Rebs: Kazemii 15
Asts: Kazemi 5
Pts: Tzu-Kang 13
Rebs: Bhullar 9
Asts: I-Chieh 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ), Joenard Garcia (PHI), Yan Jun (CHN)
28 September 2017
16:45
BC Astana Kazakhstan 83–53 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai
Scoring by quarter: 22–7, 25–14, 23–18, 13–14
Pts: Carter 17
Rebs: Degtyarev 8
Asts: Carter, Clemmons 4
Pts: Salem 17
Rebs: Alshabebi 11
Asts: Alblooshi 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Chuang Chih-Chun (TPE), Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Hadi Salem (IRI)
28 September 2017
19:30
China Kashgar China 86–70 Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas
Scoring by quarter: 24–17, 21–22, 23–18, 18–13
Pts: Adams 23
Rebs: Adams 9
Asts: Sun 6
Pts: Austin, Ravena 16
Rebs: Austin 11
Asts: Manuel 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Harja Jaladri (INA)
28 September 2017
21:45
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 110–73 Thailand Mono Vampire
Scoring by quarter: 33–23, 22–15, 28–22, 27–13
Pts: Saoud 30
Rebs: Haidar 10
Asts: Saoud 9
Pts: Chanthachon 19
Rebs: Singletary 8
Asts: Brickman 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Ye Nan (CHN)

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

29 September 2017
14:30
Taipei Dacin Tigers Chinese Taipei 89–92 Thailand Mono Vampire
Scoring by quarter: 26–27, 28–22, 19–18, 16–25
Pts: Tzu-Kang 22
Rebs: Bhullar 14
Asts: Tzu-Kang, Chia-Jung 3
Pts: Brickman 27
Rebs: Singletary 13
Asts: Brickman 11
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Anan Daraghma (PLE), Xiao Zhang (CHN)
29 September 2017
16:45
Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas Philippines 92–57 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 23–13, 22–19, 28–12
Pts: Ravena 20
Rebs: Cruz 10
Asts: Austin 5
Pts: Alshabebi 28
Rebs: Alshabebi 13
Asts: Balabed 4
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ), Sharad Vasant Bansode (IND), Sadegh ghanbaridamanab (IRI)

Semifinals[edit]

29 September 2017
19:30
China Kashgar China 79–70 Kazakhstan BC Astana
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 16–17, 20–23, 25–11
Pts: Adams 27
Rebs: Adams 9
Asts: Adams 4
Pts: Carter 26
Rebs: Carter, Marchuk 7
Asts: Four players 1
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Yuji Hirahara (JPN), Owe Shiong chan (MAS), Chih-Chun Chuang (TPE)
29 September 2017
21:45
Petrochimi Iran 64–74 Lebanon Al-Riyadi
Scoring by quarter: 10–12, 15–25, 21–16, 18–21
Pts: Kazemi 14
Rebs: Kazemi 14
Asts: Mashayekhi 3
Pts: Douby 23
Rebs: Haidar 10
Asts: Douby 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Harja JALAdri (INA), Jung Yu (TPE)

Seventh place game[edit]

30 September 2017
10:00
Taipei Dacin Tigers Chinese Taipei 103–58 United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 25–11, 28–16, 32–9
Pts: Yu Chun 20
Rebs: Chia-Hung, Li-Huang 10
Asts: Huang Jhen 6
Pts: Alshabebi 28
Rebs: Alshabebi 13
Asts: Balabed, Juma 2
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Hadi Salem (IRI), Sharad Vasant Bansode (IND), Nattapong Jontapa (THA)

Fifth place game[edit]

30 September 2017
12:15
Mono Vampire Thailand 79–89 Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas
Scoring by quarter: 28–22, 17–20, 12–24, 22–23
Pts: Singletary 30
Rebs: Chanthachon 10
Asts: Brickman 6
Pts: Austin 37
Rebs: Austin 15
Asts: Austin 6
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Alexey Stepanenko (KAZ), Sadegh Ghanbaridamanab (IRI), Jung Yu (TPE)

Third place game[edit]

30 September 2017
15:00
Petrochimi Iran 78–81 Kazakhstan BC Astana
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 20–19, 24–24, 17–19
Pts: Kazemi 23
Rebs: Kazemi 11
Asts: Four players 2
Pts: Clemmons 22
Rebs: Kolesnikov 8
Asts: Clemmons 5
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Chan Owe Shiong (MAS), Chuang Chih-Chun (TPE)

Final[edit]

30 September 2017
17:15
Al-Riyadi Lebanon 88–59 China China Kashgar
Scoring by quarter: 21–13, 25–13, 21–11, 21–22
Pts: Daniels 21
Rebs: Daniels 10
Asts: Arakji 10
Pts: Li 14
Rebs: Sun 6
Asts: Adams 3
Chenzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Chenzhou
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Yuji Hiranara (JPN), Harja Jaladri (INA)

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s) Lebanon Al Riyadi 7–0
2nd, silver medalist(s) China China Kashgar 5–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kazakhstan BC Astana 5–2
4th Iran Petrochimi 4–3
5th Philippines Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 4–3
6th Thailand Mono Vampire 2–5
7th Chinese Taipei Taipei Dacin Tigers 3–4
8th United Arab Emirates Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai 1–6
9th State of Palestine Sareyyet Ramallah 1–3
10th India ONGC 0–4

Awards[edit]

2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
Lebanon
Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut
2nd title
Most Valuable Player
United States Bulgaria Darius Adams[13]

All-Star Five[edit]

Pos Player Club
G United States Bulgaria Darius Adams (MVP) China Xinjiang Flying Tigers
G United States Quincy Douby Lebanon Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut
C United States Chris Daniels Lebanon Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut
F Iran Arsalan Kazemi Iran Petrochimi Bandar Imam BC
F United States Justin Carter Kazakhstan BC Astana


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