2019 FIBA Asia Champions Cup

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2019 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
28th Asia Champions Cup
Tournament details
Host nationThailand Thailand
Dates24 – 29 September
Teams8 
(from 46 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Games played16
Champions Japan
(Alvark Tokyo's 1st title; Japan's 1st title)
MVPUnited States Alex Kirk
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points United States Kevin Murphy (27.6) South Korea Hyundai Mobis (88.0)
Rebounds South Korea Ra Gun-ah (16.3) Chinese Taipei Fubon Braves (50.7)
Assists Chinese Taipei Wen-Cheng Tsai (5.3) South Korea Hyundai Mobis (22.0)
Official website
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The 2019 FIBA Asia Champions Cup was the 28th staging of the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, the international basketball club tournament of FIBA Asia. The tournament took place in Thailand from 24 to 29 September 2019. Games were played at Stadium29 in Nonthaburi. Alvark Tokyo won their first title after losing in the final last year.[1]

Qualification[edit]

The following clubs qualified to the main tournament:[2]

Team Qualified as
China Guangdong Southern Tigers Winners of the 2018–19 CBA season
South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus Winners of the 2018–19 KBL season
Japan Alvark Tokyo Winners of the 2018–19 B.League season
Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut Wild card
Chinese Taipei Fubon Braves East Inter-Sub Zone qualifier
Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City East Inter-Sub Zone qualifier
Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan West Inter-Sub Zone qualifier
Bahrain Al-Muharraq West Inter-Sub Zone qualifier

Host[edit]

Draw[edit]

Group phase[edit]

All times are local (UTC+07:00)

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan 3 3 0 224 192 +32 6 Final round
2 Bahrain Al-Muharraq 3 2 1 246 246 0 5
3 Chinese Taipei Fubon Braves 3 1 2 235 222 +13 4 Classification round
4 Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City 3 0 3 211 256 −45 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Tournament points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Head-to-head points difference; 4) Head-to-head points scored; 5) Overall points difference 6) Overall points scored; 7) Random draw
24 September
13:00
Palayesh Naft Abadan Iran 85–64 Bahrain Al-Muharraq
Scoring by quarter: 25–16, 24–17, 19–16, 17–15
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
24 September
17:00
Hi-Tech Bangkok City Thailand 69–88 Chinese Taipei Fubon Braves
Scoring by quarter: 15–19, 26–18, 12–30, 17–21
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
25 September
13:00
Fubon Braves Chinese Taipei 66–68 Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan
Scoring by quarter: 23–29, 11–11, 12–21, 20–7
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
25 September
17:00
Al-Muharraq Bahrain 97–80 Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 33–13, 20–22, 19–28
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
26 September
16:00
Fubon Braves Chinese Taipei 81–85 Bahrain Al-Muharraq
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 14–20, 23–13, 24–33
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
26 September
19:00
Palayesh Naft Abadan Iran 71–62 Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City
Scoring by quarter: 21–24, 16–9, 24–13, 10–16
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1 Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut 3 3 0 260 252 +8 6 Final round
2 Japan Alvark Tokyo 3 2 1 250 223 +27 5
3 South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus 3 1 2 264 258 +6 4 Classification round
4 China Guangdong Southern Tigers 3 0 3 228 261 −33 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Tournament points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Head-to-head points difference; 4) Head-to-head points scored; 5) Overall points difference 6) Overall points scored; 7) Random draw
24 September
15:30
Alvark Tokyo Japan 85–65 China Guangdong Southern Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 19–13, 30–18, 18–18
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
24 September
20:30
Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus South Korea 90–92 (OT) Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut
Scoring by quarter: 13–11, 26–25, 20–19, 21–25Overtime: 10–12
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
25 September
15:30
Al Riyadi Beirut Lebanon 77–75 Japan Alvark Tokyo
Scoring by quarter: 23–18, 16–11, 22–29, 16–17
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
25 September
20:30
Guangdong Southern Tigers China 76–93 South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 17–23, 19–30, 20–24
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
26 September
14:00
Alvark Tokyo Japan 90–81 South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus
Scoring by quarter: 26–22, 16–15, 27–24, 21–20
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
26 September
21:30
Al Riyadi Beirut Lebanon 91–87 China Guangdong Southern Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 23–28, 22–14, 26–25, 20–20
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi

Final round[edit]

 
SemifinalsGold medal game
 
      
 
28 September
 
 
Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan73
 
29 September
 
Japan Alvark Tokyo80
 
Japan Alvark Tokyo98
 
28 September
 
LebanonAl Riyadi Beirut74
 
LebanonAl Riyadi Beirut100
 
 
Bahrain Al-Muharraq88
 
Bronze medal game
 
 
29 September
 
 
Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan81
 
 
Bahrain Al-Muharraq69

Semifinals[edit]

28 September
15:30
Palayesh Naft Abadan Iran 73–80 Japan Alvark Tokyo
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 17–22, 21–19, 22–23
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi
28 September
18:00
Al Riyadi Beirut Lebanon 100–88 Bahrain Al-Muharraq
Scoring by quarter: 25–21, 20–30, 30–20, 25–17
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi

Third place game[edit]

29 September
15:30
Palayesh Naft Abadan Iran 81–69 Bahrain Al-Muharraq
Scoring by quarter: 30–25, 20–23, 17–12, 14–9
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi

Final[edit]

29 September
18:00
Alvark Tokyo Japan 98–74 Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut
Scoring by quarter: 22–12, 25–14, 24–24, 27–24
Stadium 29, Nonthaburi

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s) Japan Alvark Tokyo 4–1
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut 4–1
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan 4–1
4th Bahrain Al-Muharraq 2–3
5th Chinese Taipei Fubon Braves 1–2
6th South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus 1–2
7th China Guangdong Southern Tigers 0–3
8th Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City 0–3

Awards[edit]

2019 FIBA Asia Champions Cup
Japan
Alvark Tokyo
1st title
Most Valuable Player
United States Alex Kirk[3]

All-Star Five[edit]

Pos Player Club
G Japan Daiki Tanaka Japan Alvark Tokyo
G Lebanon Wael Arakji Lebanon Al Riyadi Beirut
G United States Kevin Murphy Bahrain Al-Muharraq
C United States Alex Kirk (MVP) Japan Alvark Tokyo
C Iran Hamed Haddadi Iran Palayesh Naft Abadan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alvark Tokyo make history with FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2019 title win". FIBA. 29 September 2019. Retrieved 29 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Ulsan Mobis claim KBL title, ticket to FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2019". FIBA Asia. 21 April 2019. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Alvark's Alex Kirk named MVP, highlights All-Star Five of FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2019". FIBA. 29 September 2019. Retrieved 29 September 2019.