2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship

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2018 FIBA Asia U-18 Championship
25th Asian Basketball Championship
2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship logo.svg
Tournament details
Host nation  Thailand
Dates August 5–11
Teams 16 (from 46 federations)
Venues(in 2 host cities)
Champions  Australia (1st title)
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points South Korea Lee H.J. (26.0)  South Korea (103.3)
Rebounds China Wang Q.Z. (13.0)  Australia (56.8)
Assists South Korea Lee H.J. (6.0)  South Korea (22.0)
Official website
2018 FIBA Asia U-18 Championship
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The 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship is the 25th edition of the Asian Championship for Junior Men aged 18 years old and below. The tournament will now be held in Nonthaburi, Thailand from August 5 to 11. The top four teams will qualify and will represent FIBA Asia in the 2019 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup.[1][2]

Qualification[edit]

Allocation of Berths
Subzone Automatic Qualifier Additional berths from the previous championship Total
Host Nation 1 N/A 1
Defending FIBA Under-18 Asian Champions 1 N/A 1
Central Asia 1 0 1
East Asia 2 2 4
Persian Gulf 2 0 2
South Asia 1 0 1
Southeast Asia 1 1 2
West Asia 1 1 2
FIBA Oceania 2 0 2
Total 12 4 16

Qualified teams[edit]

Format[edit]

This edition of the tournament will be using a different format as compared to what was used since 2010. While there would still be a preliminary round robin of four groups of four teams, the single-elimination final round immediately follows the preliminary round. In the final round, the teams that finished second and third in their respective groups would play in the qualifications to quarterfinals of the final round, while the group winners automatically qualify to the quarterfinals proper.[6]

Draw[edit]

Prior to the draw, the 16 teams were separated into 4 pots based on the latest FIBA Boys' World Ranking, as shown within the parenthesis.[7]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4

 Australia (9)
 China (12)
 South Korea (16)
 Iran (26)

 Japan (27)
 Chinese Taipei (31)
 New Zealand (33)
 Philippines (34)

 Lebanon (43)
 India (48)
 Kazakhstan (52)
 Bahrain (60)

 Syria (62)
 Thailand (67)
 Indonesia (71)
 United Arab Emirates (82)

The Draw ceremony was held on July 6 at Mono 29 Stadium in Nonthaburi, Thailand.[8] Teams in each pot were distributed into four groups, with the host nation picking their group. Thailand eventually decided to be drawn in Group C, along with Bahrain and newcomers Australia & New Zealand.[9]

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Iran
 Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Indonesia

 China
 Philippines
 Lebanon
 United Arab Emirates

 Australia
 New Zealand
 Bahrain
 Thailand

 South Korea
 Chinese Taipei
 India
 Syria

Venues[edit]

Most games were held at Stadium 29, located in the Bangkok suburb of Nonthaburi. A few games were held at the Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center in Bangkok.

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+7).[10]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Iran 3 3 0 237 168 +69 6 Quarterfinals
2  Japan 3 2 1 238 164 +74 5 Playoffs
3  Indonesia 3 1 2 182 230 −48 4
4  Kazakhstan 3 0 3 158 253 −95 3 Eliminated
Source: FIBA Asia
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
5 August 2018
10:00
Iran  80–50  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 22–18, 23–7, 22–16, 13–9
Pts: Kashani 16
Rebs: Darvish Nezhad 9
Asts: 4 players 3
Pts: Rachman 12
Rebs: Gosal 9
Asts: Michael 6
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Kim Cheong-soo (KOR), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Suebpong Wichaiphin (THA)
5 August 2018
12:15
Japan  88–40  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 19–6, 17–8, 26–13, 26–13
Pts: Tominaga 23
Rebs: Nakamura, Yokochi 6
Asts: Kawamura, Yokochi 5
Pts: Verzun 13
Rebs: Kushniruk 7
Asts: Kairoshev, Romanenko 1
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Matthew Ryan Bathurst (NZL), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Wissam Zein (SYR)

6 August 2018
10:30
Kazakhstan  54–86  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 14–32, 20–23, 9–15, 11–16
Pts: Shakirov 21
Rebs: Kushniruk 8
Asts: Shakirov 4
Pts: Rezaeifar 17
Rebs: Rezaeifar 14
Asts: Dalirzahan 4
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Matthew Ryan Bathurst (NZL)
6 August 2018
12:45
Indonesia  53–86  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 11–17, 11–23, 22–27, 9–19
Pts: Rachman 14
Rebs: Gosal 11
Asts: Widyadana, Lensun 2
Pts: Tominaga 17
Rebs: Iio 7
Asts: Nakata 7
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Wissam Zein (SYR), Kim Cheong-soo (KOR), Adel Mohamed Ghuloom (BHR)

7 August 2018
10:30
Kazakhstan  64–79  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 20–18, 21–19, 11–16, 12–26
Pts: Uapov 21
Rebs: Fomichyov, Shakirov 10
Asts: Romanenko 5
Pts: Michael 26
Rebs: Michael 10
Asts: Rachman 3
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Kim Cheong-soo (KOR), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)
7 August 2018
12:45
Iran  71–64  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 16–13, 17–18, 21–18, 17–15
Pts: Arabzadeh 14
Rebs: Rezaeifar 12
Asts: Arabzadeh 5
Pts: Nakamura 17
Rebs: Asai 5
Asts: Mitani 4
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Lee Kyoung-hwan (KOR), Sung Ming-lu (TPE), Matthew Ryan Bathurst (NZL)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Philippines 3 3 0 240 165 +75 6 Quarterfinals
2  China 3 2 1 281 152 +129 5 Playoffs
3  Lebanon 3 1 2 189 232 −43 4
4  United Arab Emirates 3 0 3 133 294 −161 3 Eliminated
Source: FIBA Asia
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
5 August 2018
17:45
China  118–27  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by quarter: 30–8, 36–6, 27–0, 25–13
Pts: Wang Q.Z. 24
Rebs: Wang Y.Z., Wang Q.Z. 9
Asts: Xu, Guo H.W. 6
Pts: Hussein 10
Rebs: Hussein 8
Asts: Albloushi 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND), Vanessa Ann Devlin (AUS)
5 August 2018
20:00
Philippines  75–53  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 25–15, 16–18, 18–8, 16–12
Pts: Ildefonso 19
Rebs: Edu 12
Asts: Panopio 6
Pts: Zanbaka 12
Rebs: Khayat 9
Asts: Khoueiry 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Lee Kyoung-hwan (KOR), Sung Ming-lu (TPE), Adel Mohamed Ghuloom (BHR)

6 August 2018
15:30
Lebanon  52–100  China
Scoring by quarter: 9–23, 11–31, 9–28, 23–18
Pts: Bedikian 10
Rebs: Kasab, Zanbaka 7
Asts: Saade, Dargham, Mougharbel 2
Pts: Wang Q.Z. 19
Rebs: Guo H.W., Wang Q.Z. 9
Asts: Xu 7
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)
6 August 2018
17:45
United Arab Emirates  49–92  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 14–29, 17–21, 13–19, 5–23
Pts: Alhashmi 18
Rebs: Alblooshi 5
Asts: Albloushi, Albreiki 2
Pts: Edu 16
Rebs: Cortez 13
Asts: Panopio, Abadiano 5
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Lee Kyoung-hwan (KOR), Sung Ming-lu (TPE), Vanessa Ann Devlin (AUS)

7 August 2018
15:30
Lebanon  84–57  United Arab Emirates
Scoring by quarter: 21–12, 16–25, 20–11, 27–9
Pts: Zanbaka 21
Rebs: Zanbaka 14
Asts: Bedikian 6
Pts: Hussein 15
Rebs: Hussein 10
Asts: Albreiki 5
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Adel Mohamed Ghuloom (BHR), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)
7 August 2018
17:45
China  63–73  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 15–18, 12–13, 12–23, 24–19
Pts: Guo H.W. 24
Rebs: Wang Q.Z. 11
Asts: Xu 4
Pts: Ildefonso 18
Rebs: Edu 14
Asts: Oczon 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Wissam Zein (SYR), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Suebpong Wichaiphin (THA)

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Australia 3 3 0 337 148 +189 6 Quarterfinals
2  New Zealand 3 2 1 245 220 +25 5 Playoffs
3  Bahrain 3 1 2 191 272 −81 4
4  Thailand (H) 3 0 3 162 295 −133 3 Eliminated
Source: FIBA Asia
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
5 August 2018
12:45
New Zealand  94–62  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 35–15, 22–13, 18–12, 19–22
Pts: de Geest 19
Rebs: Darling 11
Asts: Oswald, de Geest, Cameron 3
Pts: A. Rashed 11
Rebs: Dindayneh 6
Asts: Dindayneh 2
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Zhang Lei (CHN), Yuli Wullandari (INA)
5 August 2018
15:30
Australia  119–44  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 28–9, 25–10, 33–19, 33–16
Pts: Krause 19
Rebs: Bowen, Dalton, Froling 11
Asts: Wigness 6
Pts: Thitikhunrat 9
Rebs: Inmaphan 4
Asts: Boateng 2
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Zhang Xiao (CHN), Saif Al-Dossari (QAT)

6 August 2018
10:30
Bahrain  42–107  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 11–25, 15–25, 7–29, 9–28
Pts: Hamoda, Nawaf 8
Rebs: Aboukuora 5
Asts: Hamoda 3
Pts: Froling 21
Rebs: Leaupepe 12
Asts: Lee 5
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Yasuhisa Masubuchi (JPN), Yuli Wullandari (INA)
6 August 2018
15:30
Thailand  47–89  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 10–18, 13–22, 10–35, 14–14
Pts: Janchai 8
Rebs: Jaimsawad 5
Asts: Wadman 4
Pts: Mennenga 18
Rebs: Perrott-Hunt 12
Asts: Cameron 4
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Zhang Lei(CHN), Saif Al-Dossari (QAT)

7 August 2018
10:30
Australia  111–62  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 29–13, 44–17, 18–18
Pts: Bowen, Froling 8
Rebs: Froling 11
Asts: Lee 6
Pts: Cameron 9
Rebs: Moors 7
Asts: Cameron 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Takaki Kato (JPN), Zhang Xiao (CHN)
7 August 2018
15:30
Bahrain  87–71  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 11–18, 21–14, 26–14, 29–25
Pts: M. Rashed 33
Rebs: Aboukuora 10
Asts: A. Rashed, M. Rashed 4
Pts: Jaimsawad 26
Rebs: Wadman, Thanarojwongsa 5
Asts: Inmaphan, Jaimsawad 4
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Saif Al-Dossari (QAT), Zhang Lei (CHN), Yasuhisa Masubuchi (JPN)

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  South Korea 3 3 0 361 247 +114 6 Quarterfinals
2  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 261 239 +22 5 Playoffs
3  India 3 1 2 275 276 −1 4
4  Syria 3 0 3 187 322 −135 3 Eliminated
Source: FIBA Asia
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
5 August 2018
10:30
South Korea  130–66  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 28–10, 29–15, 40–20, 33–21
Pts: Lee H.J. 24
Rebs: Lee H.J. 9
Asts: 4 players 5
Pts: Al Ghamian 25
Rebs: Al Ghamian 11
Asts: Kassas 4
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Yasuhisa Masubuchi (JPN), Lim Wee Chun (MAS)
5 August 2018
15:30
Chinese Taipei  83–80  India
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 21–19, 20–25, 27–16
Pts: Chen F.P., Lin Y.T. 17
Rebs: Chen F.P. 15
Asts: Lin Y.T. 5
Pts: P. Singh 17
Rebs: P. Singh 15
Asts: Muthu Krishnan 3
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI), Takaki Kato (JPN)

6 August 2018
12:45
India  95–134  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 16–34, 28–36, 20–35, 31–29
Pts: Kumar 40
Rebs: Jhawar 8
Asts: Kumar 7
Pts: Lee H.J. 30
Rebs: Lee W.S. 10
Asts: Lee J.H. 15
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Zhang Xiao (CHN), Lim Wee Chun (MAS)
6 August 2018
17:45
Syria  62–92  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 16–23, 14–9, 16–28, 16–32
Pts: Kassas 20
Rebs: Al Ghamian 13
Asts: Al Ghamian 3
Pts: Lin Y.T. 24
Rebs: Morrison 10
Asts: Gao J.W. 4
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Takaki Kato (JPN), Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)

7 August 2018
12:45
India  100–59  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 27–13, 22–7, 30–14, 21–25
Pts: Kumar 32
Rebs: H. Tomar 10
Asts: Kumar 5
Pts: Al Ghamian 15
Rebs: Al Ghamian 14
Asts: Nounou 5
Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center, Bangkok
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI), Lim Wee Chun (MAS)
7 August 2018
20:00
South Korea  97–86  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 25–20, 26–16, 25–29
Pts: Lee H.J. 26
Rebs: Yeo J.S. 14
Asts: Lee H.J. 4
Pts: Ma C.H. 25
Rebs: Morrison 15
Asts: Gao J.W. 5
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Yuli Wullandari (INA)

Final round[edit]

Brackets[edit]

 
Qualification roundQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
              
 
 
 
 
9 August
 
 
 Iran72
 
8 August
 
 New Zealand87
 
 New Zealand109
 
10 August
 
 India76
 
 New Zealand87
 
 
 China82
 
 
9 August
 
 
 South Korea85
 
8 August
 
 China90
 
 China102
 
11 August
 
 Indonesia45
 
 New Zealand63
 
 
 Australia72
 
 
9 August
 
 
 Philippines67
 
8 August
 
 Bahrain52
 
 Chinese Taipei65
 
10 August
 
 Bahrain76
 
 Philippines43
 
 
 Australia77 Third place
 
 
9 August11 August
 
 
 Australia88 China76
 
8 August
 
 Japan52  Philippines57
 
 Japan85
 
 
 Lebanon67
 
5-8th place
 
5–8th place semifinalsFifth place
 
      
 
10 August
 
 
 Iran89
 
11 August
 
 South Korea81
 
 Iran58
 
10 August
 
 Japan60
 
 Bahrain85
 
 
 Japan (OT)92
 
Seventh place
 
 
11 August
 
 
 South Korea93
 
 
 Bahrain100

Qualification round[edit]

8 August 2018
10:30
China  102–45  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 33–10, 24–9, 30–11, 15–15
Pts: Chen H.N. 18
Rebs: Wang Q.Z. 17
Asts: Guo H.W. 13
Pts: Michael 13
Rebs: Gosal 6
Asts: Widyadana 2
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Saif Al-Dossari (QAT), Nattapong Jontapa (THA), Adel Mohamed Ghuloom (BHR)

8 August 2018
12:45
Japan  85–67  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 10–22, 29–15, 26–13, 19–17
Pts: Tominaga 28
Rebs: Mitani 7
Asts: Kawamura 11
Pts: Zanbaka 21
Rebs: Zanbaka 9
Asts: Mougharbel 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Lim Wee Chun (MAS)

8 August 2018
15:30
New Zealand  109–76  India
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 31–21, 32–15, 25–19
Pts: Moors 20
Rebs: Moors 10
Asts: Perrott-Hunt 6
Pts: Bhati 14
Rebs: Singh 9
Asts: Bhati 4
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Zhang Xiao (CHN), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)

8 August 2018
17:45
Chinese Taipei  65–76  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 16–26, 23–9, 3–20, 23–21
Pts: Lin Y.T. 19
Rebs: Morrison, Chen F.P. 9
Asts: Lin L. 3
Pts: Ali, Rashed 23
Rebs: Aboukoura 19
Asts: Ali 5
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Wissam Zein (SYR), Takaki Kato (JPN)

Quarterfinals[edit]

9 August 2018
10:30
Iran  72–87  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 21–17, 15–25, 22–24
Pts: Arabzadeh 19
Rebs: Rezaeifar 10
Asts: Dalirzahan, Taghilou 4
Pts: Moors 26
Rebs: Moors 14
Asts: Cameron 8
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Yasuhisa Masubuchi (JPN), Takaki Kato (JPN)

9 August 2018
12:45
Philippines  67–52  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 20–11, 6–23, 22–11, 19–7
Pts: Sotto 21
Rebs: Edu 17
Asts: Panopio 8
Pts: Awadh 13
Rebs: Awadh 9
Asts: Rashed 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Matthew Ryan Bathurst (NZL), Zhang Xiao (CHN)

9 August 2018
15:30
Australia  88–52  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 23–13, 19–14, 21–14, 25–11
Pts: Bowen 22
Rebs: Bowen 13
Asts: Wigness 6
Pts: Tominaga 16
Rebs: Yuki 5
Asts: Nakamura, Kawamura 2
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Lee Kyoung-hwan (KOR), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI), Suebpong Wichaiphin (THA)

9 August 2018
17:45
South Korea  85–90  China
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 14–23, 38–21, 20–27
Pts: Lee H.J. 33
Rebs: Lee H.J. 10
Asts: Lee H.J. 6
Pts: Guo H.W. 33
Rebs: Wang Q.Z. 23
Asts: Wang Q.Z. 6
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Saif Al-Dossari (QAT)

5th-8th place semifinals[edit]

10 August 2018
10:30
Iran  89–81  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 17–30, 31–17, 19–23
Pts: Rezaeifar 27
Rebs: Rezaeifar 15
Asts: Dalirzahan 7
Pts: Lee H.J. 24
Rebs: Lee H.J. 9
Asts: Lee H.J. 9
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Zhang Xiao (CHN), Wissam Zein (SYR), Vanessa Ann Devlin (AUS)

10 August 2018
12:45
Bahrain  85–92 (OT)  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 17–13, 21–20, 15–29Overtime: 10–17
Pts: Rashed 29
Rebs: Aboukoura 11
Asts: Hamoda 5
Pts: Tominaga 33
Rebs: Nakamura, Kawamura 6
Asts: Nakamura 10
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Matthew Ryan Bathurst (NZL), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)

Semifinals[edit]

10 August 2018
15:30
New Zealand  87–82  China
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 20–18, 20–21, 26–22
Pts: Darling 24
Rebs: Cameron 10
Asts: Cameron 12
Pts: Guo H.W. 25
Rebs: Wang Q.Z. 8
Asts: Xu J., Guo H.W. 5
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Harja Jaladri (INA), Jafar Mohammad Pour (IRI), Takaki Kato (JPN)

10 August 2018
17:45
Philippines  43–77  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 8–30, 8–16, 15–17
Pts: Edu 9
Rebs: Edu 10
Asts: 3 players 2
Pts: Froling 12
Rebs: Bowen 8
Asts: Lee, Robertson 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LBN), Mohammadreza Salehian (IRI), Lee Kyoung-hwan (KOR)

7th place game[edit]

11 August 2018
10:00
South Korea  93–100  Bahrain
Scoring by quarter: 21–23, 25–27, 27–21, 20–29
Pts: Yeo J.S. 23
Rebs: Lee H.J. 12
Asts: Lee H.J. 7
Pts: Rashed 33
Rebs: Nawaf 11
Asts: Khadem 5
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: ZHANG Xiao (China),ZEIN Wissam (Syria), WICHAIPHIN Suebpong (Thailand)

5th place game[edit]

11 August 2018
12:15
Iran  58–60  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 9–18, 13–11, 20–16, 16–15
Pts: Rezaeifar, Taghilou 10
Rebs: Rezaeifar 14
Asts: Dalirzahan 6
Pts: Kawamura 18
Rebs: Nakamura 7
Asts: Kawamura, Nakamura 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: LEE Kyounghwan (KOR), CALDWELL Toni (AUS), GHULOOM Adel Mohamed (BHR)

Bronze medal match[edit]

11 August 2018
China  76–57  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 27–14, 16–12, 16–17, 17–14
Pts: Wang Q.Z 27
Rebs: Wang Q.Z 14
Asts: Xu J. 7
Pts: Sotto 16
Rebs: Sotto, Edu 8
Asts: Panopio, Ildefonso 2
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: JALADRI Harja (IND), CHANG, Lu-Yueh (TPE), DEVLIN Vanessa Ann (AUS)

Final[edit]

11 August 2018
16:45
New Zealand  63–72  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 11–26, 15–11, 24–20, 13–15
Pts: Darling 20
Rebs: Darling 8
Asts: Cameron 5
Pts: Stattmann 17
Rebs: Bowen 10
Asts: Wigness 3
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
Referees: NOUJAIM Rabah (LIB), BUARON, Ricor (PHI), KATO, Takaki (JPN)

Statistical leaders[edit]

Players[edit]

Final Rankings[edit]

Qualified for the 2019 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup
Position Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  Australia 6–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  New Zealand 5–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  China 5–2
4th  Philippines 4–2
5th  Japan 5–2
6th  Iran 4–2
7th  Bahrain 3–4
8th  South Korea 3–3
9th  Chinese Taipei 2–2
10th  Lebanon 1–3
11th  India 1–3
12th  Indonesia 1–3
13th  Kazakhstan 0–3
14th  Thailand 0–3
15th  Syria 0–3
16th  United Arab Emirates 0–3

References[edit]

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