2017 William Jones Cup

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2017 William Jones Cup
Tournament information
DatesM: 15–23 July 2017
W: 5–9 July 2017
Host(s) Taiwan
Venue(s)2
TeamsM: 10
W: 6
Website2017 William Jones Cup
Final positions
ChampionsM: Canada Team Canada 150 (1st title, 2nd title for the country)
W:  Japan U24 (1st title, 2nd title for the country)
1st runners-upM: Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania
W:  Chinese Taipei Blue
2nd runners-upM:  South Korea
W:  New Zealand
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The 2017 William Jones Cup was the 39th staging of William Jones Cup, an international basketball tournament held in Taipei, Taiwan.

Men's tournament[edit]

Participating teams[edit]

Team standings[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
Canada Team Canada 150 9 8 1 926 671 +255 17 1–0
Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania 9 8 1 840 713 +127 17 0–1
 South Korea 9 6 3 781 739 +42 15 1–0
 Philippines 9 6 3 785 730 +55 15 0–1
 Chinese Taipei Blue 9 5 4 729 722 +7 14 N/A
 Iraq 9 4 5 697 751 −54 13 1–0
 Iran 9 4 5 712 710 +2 13 0–1
 Japan U24 9 2 7 674 802 −128 11 1–0
 Chinese Taipei White 9 2 7 754 803 −49 11 0–1
 India 9 0 9 628 885 −257 9 N/A

Source: [5]

Day 1[edit]

15 July
11:00
Iraq  86–68  India
Scoring by quarter: 11–19, 28–13, 32–24, 15–12
Pts: Mayfield 19
Rebs: Al-Hchaimi 10
Asts: Abdullah 4
Pts: Am. Singh 22
Rebs: Hafeez 9
Asts: Ambati, Sivakumar 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
15 July
13:00
South Korea  87–84  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 20–27, 23–14, 18–26, 26–17
Pts: Lee Seung-hyun 18
Rebs: Kim Jong-kyu 9
Asts: Kim Sung-hyun 4
Pts: Chen Ying-chun 26
Rebs: Barone 10
Asts: Chen Ying-chun 8
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
15 July
15:00
Team Canada 150 Canada 90–77  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 25–14, 22–20, 24–23
Pts: Williamson 15
Rebs: Bachynski 6
Asts: Kapelan, Williamson 3
Pts: Ravena 12
Rebs: Standhardinger 10
Asts: 3 players 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
15 July
17:00
Iran  84–90 Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 20–19, 22–21, 23–24
Pts: Rezaeifar 23
Rebs: Rezaeifar, Soleymani 6
Asts: Falahat, Mozafarivanani 4
Pts: Žaromskis 19
Rebs: 3 players 4
Asts: Volkus 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
15 July
19:30
Chinese Taipei Blue  86–65  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 25–11, 18–23, 22–13
Pts: Chou Yi-hsiang 22
Rebs: Davis 11
Asts: Lu Zheng-ru 3
Pts: Hiraiwa 15
Rebs: Hiraiwa 7
Asts: Hara 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 2[edit]

16 July
11:00
India  67–92  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 15–19, 13–31, 20–29, 19–13
Pts: Bukankere Krishne Gowda 13
Rebs: Pethani 9
Asts: Hafeez 4
Pts: Heo Ung 22
Rebs: Choi Jun-yong 8
Asts: Jeon Jun-beon 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
16 July
13:00
Japan U24  70–79  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 14–22, 19–16, 20–23
Pts: Hara 16
Rebs: Ikuhara 6
Asts: Hara 3
Pts: Mayfield 22
Rebs: Al-Khafaji 11
Asts: Mayfield 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
16 July
15:00
Atletas All-Star Lithuania Lithuania 99–102 Canada Team Canada 150
Scoring by quarter: 34–24, 21–19, 16–30, 28–29
Pts: D. Šeškus 22
Rebs: Žukauskas 7
Asts: D. Šeškus, E. Šeškus 3
Pts: Wood 18
Rebs: Smith 8
Asts: Sutherland, Williamson 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
16 July
17:00
Chinese Taipei White  59–77  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 20–12, 15–18, 6–26, 18–21
Pts: Chen Ying-chun 14
Rebs: Barone 19
Asts: Chen Ying-chun 3
Pts: Rezaeifar 21
Rebs: Reaei 12
Asts: Rezaeifar 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
16 July
19:00
Philippines  88–72  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 23–22, 24–18, 20–21, 21–11
Pts: Standhardinger, Wright 17
Rebs: Standhardinger 15
Asts: Ravena 4
Pts: Lu Zheng-ru 16
Rebs: Chou Po-hsun 10
Asts: Liu Cheng 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 3[edit]

17 July
11:00
Atletas All-Star Lithuania Lithuania 94–67  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 27–27, 17–18, 25–10
Pts: Žukauskas 24
Rebs: Linkevičius 7
Asts: D. Šeškus, Vingelis 5
Pts: Hara 21
Rebs: Ando, Sato 6
Asts: Tawatari 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
17 July
13:00
Iraq  48–99 Canada Team Canada 150
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 11–33, 11–26, 9–22
Pts: Mayfield 14
Rebs: Hameed 15
Asts: Hameed, Mayfield 2
Pts: Wood 25
Rebs: Kyser 11
Asts: Haywood 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
17 July
15:00
Philippines  93–82  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 18–20, 26–24, 25–18, 24–20
Pts: Wright 21
Rebs: Myers 14
Asts: Ravena 7
Pts: Chen Ying-chun 17
Rebs: Barone 12
Asts: Chen Ying-chun 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
17 July
17:00
Iran  78–88  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 13–24, 16–20, 30–16, 19–28
Pts: Reaei 20
Rebs: Reaei 16
Asts: Falahat, Mohammadi 3
Pts: Lee Jung-hyun, Kim Sun-hyung 16
Rebs: Oh Se-keun 6
Asts: Lee Jung-hyun 9
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
17 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei Blue  101–80  India
Scoring by quarter: 25–15, 14–19, 35–20, 27–26
Pts: Lu Zheng-ru 17
Rebs: Liu Cheng, Wu Dai-hao 6
Asts: Liu Cheng 5
Pts: Bukankere Krishne Gowda 27
Rebs: Pethani 7
Asts: Ambati, Sivakumar 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 4[edit]

18 July
11:00
Chinese Taipei White  87–79  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 29–22, 19–23, 15–17, 24–17
Pts: Huang Tsung-han 22
Rebs: Barone 15
Asts: Huang Hung-han 7
Pts: Hamad 18
Rebs: Hameed 14
Asts: Aljuboori 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
18 July
13:00
Japan U24  85–100  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 26–22, 24–25, 19–34
Pts: Sugiura 22
Rebs: Ando 7
Asts: Hara 4
Pts: Standhardinger 22
Rebs: Myers 17
Asts: Ravena, Wright 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
18 July
15:00
India  44–88  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 8–14, 12–23, 14–22, 10–29
Pts: Sivakumar 12
Rebs: Sivakumar 6
Asts: Am. Singh 5
Pts: Khajehzadeh 21
Rebs: Pazrofteh 13
Asts: Mohammadi 7
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
18 July
17:00
South Korea  80–95 Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 25–28, 13–24, 15–25, 27–18
Pts: Jeon Jun-beon 22
Rebs: Lee Seung-hyun 5
Asts: Lee Seung-hyun 5
Pts: Beniušis 24
Rebs: Beniušis 11
Asts: D. Šeškus 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
18 July
19:00
Team Canada 150 Canada 86–89  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 17–21, 23–21, 24–27, 22–20
Pts: Williamson 15
Rebs: Smith 11
Asts: Keith 4
Pts: Liu Cheng 22
Rebs: Chou Po-hsun 6
Asts: Su Yi-jie 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 5[edit]

19 July
11:00
Atletas All-Star Lithuania Lithuania 102–79  India
Scoring by quarter: 17–26, 32–17, 24–14, 29–22
Pts: Jocys 21
Rebs: three players 6 each
Asts: Apsitis, D. Šeškus 6
Pts: Am. Singh 28
Rebs: Hafeez 10
Asts: Hafeez 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
19 July
13:00
Chinese Taipei White  86–91  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 25–25, 23–22, 15–20, 23–24
Pts: Chen Guan-quan 18
Rebs: Chen Ying-chun 10
Asts: Chen Ying-chun 5
Pts: Hara 26
Rebs: Hara, Hiraiwa 5
Asts: Vendrame 7
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
19 July
15:00
Iran  71–105 Canada Team Canada 150
Scoring by quarter: 17–25, 23–25, 16–29, 15–26
Pts: Khajehzadeh 16
Rebs: Soleymani 12
Asts: Mozafarivanani 3
Pts: Kapelan 29
Rebs: Kyser 10
Asts: Kapelan 8
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
19 July
17:00
Philippines  72–83  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 16–20, 21–22, 14–24, 21–17
Pts: Jalalon 18
Rebs: Myers 17
Asts: Ravena 5
Pts: Lee Jung-hyun, Oh Se-keun 14
Rebs: Kim Sun-hyung 7
Asts: Heo Hoon 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
19 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei Blue  76–80  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 24–22, 8–22, 23–14, 21–22
Pts: Hu Long-mao, Yu Huan-ya 16
Rebs: Su Yi-jie, Tseng Wen-ting 4
Asts: Tseng Wen-ting 6
Pts: Mayfield 28
Rebs: Mayfield 11
Asts: Mayfield 8
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 6[edit]

20 July
11:00
Japan U24  78–87  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 19–16, 21–22, 20–27
Pts: Hiraiwa 20
Rebs: Hiraiwa 5
Asts: Tawatari 4
Pts: Rezaeifar 39
Rebs: Beigiharchegani, Pazrofteh 6
Asts: four players 2 each
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
20 July
13:00
South Korea  72–98 Canada Team Canada 150
Scoring by quarter: 24–30, 16–25, 19–18, 13–25
Pts: Lim Dong-seob 12
Rebs: Kim Jong-kyu 5
Asts: Lee Jung-hyun 4
Pts: Kapelan, Wood 18
Rebs: Smith 11
Asts: three players 3 each
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
20 July
15:00
India  87–117  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 15–30, 31–36, 21–24, 20–27
Pts: Am. Singh 22
Rebs: Pandi, Am. Singh 6
Asts: Bukankere Krishne Gowda 5
Pts: Barone 18
Rebs: Barone 9
Asts: Chen Ying-chun 7
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
20 July
17:00
Iraq  75–84  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 3–21, 27–27, 26–21
Pts: Mayfield 29
Rebs: Al-Hchaimi 10
Asts: Mayfield 4
Pts: Myers 16
Rebs: Myers 18
Asts: Ravena 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
20 July
19:00
Atletas All-Star Lithuania Lithuania 85–65  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 19–17, 22–10, 18–18
Pts: Žukauskas 15
Rebs: Linkevičius 9
Asts: E. Šeškus 6
Pts: Chou Yi-hsiang 17
Rebs: Chang Yu-an, Wu Hung-hsing 5
Asts: three players 2 each
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 7[edit]

21 July
11:00
Team Canada 150 Canada 121–72  India
Scoring by quarter: 33–19, 30–19, 23–21, 35–13
Pts: Kapelan 21
Rebs: Kyser 15
Asts: Friesen, Kyser 6
Pts: Sivakumar 15
Rebs: G. Singh 5
Asts: three players 3 each
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
21 July
13:00
South Korea  101–81  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 31–16, 22–24, 25–19, 23–22
Pts: Kim Jong-kyu 21
Rebs: Lee Jong-hyun 5
Asts: Jeon Jun-beon, Kim Sun-hyung 4
Pts: Ando 12
Rebs: Nomoto 7
Asts: Saito 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
21 July
15:00
Philippines  80–91 Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 19–33, 18–22, 21–19
Pts: Myers, Ravena 14
Rebs: Myers 7
Asts: Ravena 5
Pts: Žukauskas 22
Rebs: Beniušis 7
Asts: Žukauskas 7
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
21 July
17:00
Iran  75–90  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 18–31, 29–19, 16–19, 12–21
Pts: Reaei, Rezaeifar 18
Rebs: Soleymani 8
Asts: Mozafarivanani 5
Pts: Abdullah 26
Rebs: Mayfield 11
Asts: Aljuboori 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
21 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei Blue  87–83 (OT)  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 16–9, 27–26, 15–25, 19–17, Overtime: 10–6
Pts: Chou Yi-hsiang 21
Rebs: Chou Po-hsun 10
Asts: Tseng Wen-ting 5
Pts: Chen Ying-chun 31
Rebs: Barone 16
Asts: three players 2 each
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 8[edit]

22 July
11:00
Japan U24  60–108 Canada Team Canada 150
Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 9–23, 7–29, 27–33
Pts: Tawatari 12
Rebs: Nnanna, Sato 5
Asts: Sato, Tawatari 3
Pts: Bachynski 19
Rebs: Kyser 13
Asts: Haywood 4
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
22 July
13:00
India  70–101  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 24–27, 7–27, 24–26, 15–21
Pts: Am. Singh 25
Rebs: Pandi 10
Asts: Bukankere Krishne Gowda 2
Pts: Wright 19
Rebs: Myers 7
Asts: Jalalon 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
22 July
15:00
Chinese Taipei White  73–85 Lithuania Atletas All-Star Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 24–19, 13–15, 23–28, 13–23
Pts: Barone 28
Rebs: Barone 12
Asts: Huang Hung-han, Su Yi-jin 4
Pts: E. Šeškus 16
Rebs: Beniušis 13
Asts: E. Šeškus, Žukauskas 7
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
22 July
17:00
Iraq  77–93  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–23, 16–21, 21–28, 29–21
Pts: Mayfield 18
Rebs: Hameed 9
Asts: Mayfield 4
Pts: Lim Dong-seob 18
Rebs: Choi Jun-yong 8
Asts: Lee Jung-hyun 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
22 July
19:00
Iran  70–66  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 12–13, 17–15, 20–25, 21–13
Pts: Rezaeifar 22
Rebs: Pazrofteh, Reaei 8
Asts: Rezaeifar 5
Pts: Liu Cheng 16
Rebs: Chang Yu-an 4
Asts: Chou Po-hsun 2
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Day 9[edit]

23 July
11:00
Atletas All-Star Lithuania Lithuania 99–83  Iraq
Scoring by quarter: 35–23, 24–25, 14–18, 26–17
Pts: E. Šeškus 50
Rebs: Linkevičius 12
Asts: Žukauskas 8
Pts: Abdullah 25
Rebs: Aljuboori, Mayfield 5
Asts: Mayfield 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
23 July
13:00
Team Canada 150 Canada 117–83  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 23–17, 28–27, 35–22, 31–17
Pts: Wood 24
Rebs: Kyser 15
Asts: Williamson 8
Pts: Chen Ying-chun 30
Rebs: Barone 7
Asts: Huang Hung-han 3
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
23 July
15:00
India  61–77  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 19–13, 15–28, 16–21
Pts: Am. Singh 22
Rebs: Bukankere Krishne Gowda, Pandi 8
Asts: Hafeez 3
Pts: Hara 15
Rebs: Sugiura 8
Asts: Vendrame 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
23 July
17:00
Philippines  90–82  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 26–22, 24–20, 20–20, 20–20
Pts: Myers 21
Rebs: Myers 21
Asts: Pogoy, Ravena 3
Pts: Pazrofteh, Soleymani 21
Rebs: Pazrofteh 14
Asts: Falahat 6
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei
23 July
19:00
Chinese Taipei Blue  87–85  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–22, 28–16, 13–25, 27–22
Pts: Chou Yi-hsiang 29
Rebs: Chou Yu-an 9
Asts: Tseng Wen-ting 5
Pts: Kim Jong-kyu 18
Rebs: Kim Jong-kyu, Lee Seung-hyun 5
Asts: Choi Jun-yong 5
Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall, Taipei

Women's tournament[edit]

Participating teams[edit]

Team standings[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Japan U24 5 4 1 401 318 +83 9 1–1; 1.07
 Chinese Taipei Blue 5 4 1 410 326 +84 9 1–1; 1.04
 New Zealand 5 4 1 336 308 +28 9 1–1; 0.89
 Chinese Taipei White 5 2 3 350 328 +22 7 N/A
South Korea Korea KB All Stars 5 1 4 278 324 −46 6 N/A
 India 5 0 5 245 416 −171 5 N/A

Source: [9]

Day 1[edit]

5 July
14:00
India  52–75  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 11–18, 9–13, 17–20
Pts: Durai 15
Rebs: Rajaganapathi 8
Asts: three players 3 each
Pts: Cocks 21
Rebs: Purcell 10
Asts: Harmon 6
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
5 July
16:00
Korea KB All Stars South Korea 63–70  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 10–19, 19–24, 19–14
Pts: Park Ji-eun 14
Rebs: Kim Han-bi, Kim Jin-yeong 8
Asts: Kim Hyeon-a 4
Pts: Lo Pin 17
Rebs: Wang Wei-lin 8
Asts: Huang Yu-ting 6
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
5 July
18:30
Chinese Taipei Blue  70–83  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 19–23, 13–28, 16–15, 22–17
Pts: Lin Yu-ting 25
Rebs: Lin Yu-ting 13
Asts: Lin Xian-fang, Zheng Yi-xiu 2
Pts: Saki 14
Rebs: Nakada 11
Asts: Yasuma 4
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua

Day 2[edit]

6 July
14:00
Japan U24  93–42  India
Scoring by quarter: 36–13, 20–7, 12–8, 25–14
Pts: Saki 17
Rebs: Murayama 10
Asts: Yasuma 8
Pts: Sidhu 9
Rebs: Geetha 6
Asts: Limaye 3
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
6 July
16:00
New Zealand  58–40 South Korea Korea KB All Stars
Scoring by quarter: 20–8, 6–16, 17–8, 15–8
Pts: Edmondson 16
Rebs: Purcell 12
Asts: Purcell 3
Pts: Kim Hee-jin 9
Rebs: Park Ji-eun 6
Asts: three players 2 each
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
6 July
18:00
Chinese Taipei White  68–81  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 17–12, 14–25, 25–22, 12–22
Pts: Wang Wei-lin 17
Rebs: Chen Wei-an 7
Asts: Chu Yu-chin 7
Pts: Lin Yu-ting 20
Rebs: Lin Ji-wen 12
Asts: Lin Yu-ting 6
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua

Day 3[edit]

7 July
14:00
Korea KB All Stars South Korea 56–51  India
Scoring by quarter: 17–13, 11–10, 19–14, 9–14
Pts: Kim Hyeon-a 16
Rebs: Kim Hyeon-a 7
Asts: Kim Bo-mi 4
Pts: Skaria 9
Rebs: Skaria 13
Asts: Durai, Limaye 2
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
7 July
16:00
Chinese Taipei White  68–75  Japan U24
Scoring by quarter: 9–20, 21–17, 23–16, 15–22
Pts: Chen Wei-an, Huang Lin-chuan 16
Rebs: Chen Wei-an 7
Asts: Chu Yu-chin 3
Pts: Saki 19
Rebs: Saki 7
Asts: Yasuma 10
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
7 July
18:00
Chinese Taipei Blue  79–60  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 25–13, 21–11, 11–23, 22–13
Pts: Lin Yu-ting 28
Rebs: Wu Ying-jie 6
Asts: three players 4 each
Pts: Purcell 18
Rebs: Purcell 12
Asts: Edmondson 3
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua

Day 4[edit]

8 July
14:00
New Zealand  68–65  Chinese Taipei White
Scoring by quarter: 23–10, 7–21, 21–20, 17–14
Pts: Stockill 22
Rebs: Purcell 11
Asts: Edmondson 4
Pts: Wang Wei-lin 22
Rebs: Hsu Yu-lien, Wang Wei-lin 5
Asts: Chu Yu-chin 7
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
8 July
16:00
Japan U24  78–63 South Korea Korea KB All Stars
Scoring by quarter: 25–15, 18–16, 20–18, 15–14
Pts: Nakada 14
Rebs: Nakada 13
Asts: Yasuma 3
Pts: Kim Hyeon-a, Kim Jin-yeong 15
Rebs: Kim Bo-mi 8
Asts: Kin Han-bi 4
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
8 July
18:00
India  59–113  Chinese Taipei Blue
Scoring by quarter: 9–31, 13–23, 22–25, 15–34
Pts: Skaria 15
Rebs: Skaria 8
Asts: three players 2 each
Pts: Wu Ying-jie 28
Rebs: Zheng Yi-xiu 6
Asts: three players 5 each
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua

Day 5[edit]

9 July
14:00
Japan U24  72–75  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 18–19, 15–24, 20–14
Pts: Saki 21
Rebs: three players 5 each
Asts: Yasuma 12
Pts: Cocks 27
Rebs: Edmondson, Ott 7
Asts: Edmondson 3
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
9 July
16:00
Chinese Taipei White  79–41  India
Scoring by quarter: 24–13, 22–11, 20–3, 13–14
Pts: Peng Hsiao-tung 14
Rebs: Shih Ching-ju 8
Asts: Huang Yu-ting 6
Pts: Akula 13
Rebs: Geetha 10
Asts: Durai 4
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua
9 July
18:00
Chinese Taipei  67–56 South Korea Korea KB All Stars
Scoring by quarter: 12–10, 16–18, 20–14, 19–14
Pts: Zheng Yi-xiu 19
Rebs: Zheng Yi-xiu 11
Asts: Lin Yu-ting 7
Pts: Kim Ga-eun 19
Rebs: Park Ji-eun 12
Asts: Kim Jin-yeong 3
Changhua City Stadium, Changhua

Awards[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

2017 William Jones Cup
Canada
Team Canada 150
First title, second title for the country

Women's tournament[edit]

2017 William Jones Cup
Japan
Japan U24
First title, second title for the country

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The team is not the Canadian national team. The team was organized by the 3D Global Sports Canada group and played as "Team Canada 150" in the tournament to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Canadian Roster Announced for The 39th William Jones Cup". 3D Global Sports Canada. 21 June 2017. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  2. ^ Castillo, Musong (16 July 2017). "Like PH, other countries also sent their B teams in Jones Cup". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 17 July 2017.
  3. ^ "3D Canada Brings On Kyle Julius as Head Coach for 39th William Jones Cup". Asia Basket. Eurobasket News. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
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