3-on-3 basketball at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games

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3-on-3 basketball was contested at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from 31 October to 6 November.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  Iran
Mehdi Kamrani
Hamed Afagh
Oshin Sahakian
Samad Nikkhah Bahrami
 Saudi Arabia
Faisal Al-Dawsari
Jaber Al-Kaabi
Ayman Al-Muwallad
Hani Al-Mohammed
 Thailand
Chaiwat Kaedum
Kraiwit Wetwittayakit
Darongpan Apiromvilaichai
Pratya Kruatiwa
Women  Thailand
Juthathip Mathuros
Juthamas Jantakan
Charothai Suksomwong
Penphan Yothanan
 India
Geethu Anna Jose
Anitha Pauldurai
Raspreet Sidhu
Prashanti Singh
 Vietnam
Trần Thị Nguyệt Nga
Đào Thị Yến Ngọc
Nguyễn Thị Minh Cầm
Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hà

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand 1 0 1 2
2  Iran 1 0 0 1
3  India 0 1 0 1
 Saudi Arabia 0 1 0 1
5  Vietnam 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 2 6

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Elimination[edit]

Group A[edit]
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Thailand 5 5 0 170 114 +56 10
 India 5 4 1 167 126 +41 9
 Kuwait 5 3 2 157 123 +34 8
 Jordan 5 2 3 156 125 +31 7
   Nepal 5 1 4 78 163 −85 6
 Qatar 5 0 5 90 167 −77 5
31 October
16:45
Thailand  34–29  Jordan
Pts: Apiromvilaichai, Kruatiwa 13 Pts: Abu-Qoura 15
31 October
19:45
Qatar  16–34  India
Pts: El-Hadary 12 Pts: Koroth 22
31 October
20:30
Nepal    9–34  Kuwait
Pts: B. Maharjan 3 Pts: Al-Sarraf 21
1 November
18:00
Thailand  34–32  India
Pts: Kruatiwa 19 Pts: Bhriguvanshi 16
1 November
18:45
Nepal    11–33  Jordan
Pts: Pradhan 7 Pts: Zaghab 16
1 November
19:30
Qatar  18–33  Kuwait
Pts: El-Hadary 13 Pts: Al-Sarraf 12
2 November
19:30
Thailand  35–11    Nepal
Pts: Kaedum 12 Pts: Pradhan 6
2 November
20:15
Jordan  33–13  Qatar
Pts: Abu-Qoura 15 Pts: El-Hadary 9
2 November
21:00
Kuwait  30–34  India
Pts: Al-Muneer 12 Pts: Singh 13
3 November
18:00
Jordan  29–33  Kuwait
Pts: Zaghab 13 Pts: Al-Muneer 16
3 November
18:45
Thailand  34–15  Qatar
Pts: Kruatiwa 13 Pts: El-Hadary 9
3 November
19:30
Nepal    14–33  India
Pts: Joshi, Pradhan 6 Pts: Dinesh 11
4 November
19:30
Jordan  32–34  India
Pts: Zaghab 15 Pts: Bhriguvanshi 12
4 November
20:15
Thailand  33–27  Kuwait
Pts: Apiromvilaichai 13 Pts: Mohammad 11
4 November
21:00
Nepal    33–28  Qatar
Pts: B. Maharjan 17 Pts: Tawfeeq 13
Group B[edit]
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Iran 4 4 0 132 57 +75 8
 Saudi Arabia 4 3 1 122 89 +33 7
 Vietnam 4 2 2 111 121 −10 6
 Uzbekistan 4 1 3 97 118 −21 5
 Afghanistan 4 0 4 57 134 −77 4
31 October
16:00
Saudi Arabia  34–7  Afghanistan
Pts: Al-Muwallad 12 Pts: Arghandiwal 7
31 October
19:00
Uzbekistan  31–34  Vietnam
Pts: Kozlov 23 Pts: Chong 23
1 November
20:15
Iran  33–6  Afghanistan
Pts: Nikkhah 16 Pts: Sefatyar 4
1 November
21:00
Saudi Arabia  31–28  Vietnam
Pts: Al-Mohammed 14 Pts: Triệu H.M. 19
2 November
18:00
Iran  33–24  Saudi Arabia
Pts: Nikkhah 21 Pts: Al-Mohammed 15
2 November
18:45
Uzbekistan  34–18  Afghanistan
Pts: Kozlov 12 Pts: Arghandiwal 13
3 November
20:15
Iran  33–11  Uzbekistan
Pts: Nikkhah 19 Pts: Kozlov 5
3 November
21:00
Vietnam  33–26  Afghanistan
Pts: Chong 13 Pts: Arghandiwal 17
4 November
18:00
Uzbekistan  21–33  Saudi Arabia
Pts: Denisov 9 Pts: Al-Kaabi 14
4 November
18:45
Iran  33–16  Vietnam
Pts: Nikkhah 15 Pts: Chong 9

Knockout round[edit]

Semifinals Final
5 November
  Thailand  28  
  Saudi Arabia  34  
 
6 November
      Saudi Arabia  9
    Iran  33
Bronze medal match
5 November 6 November
  Iran  33   Thailand  35
  India  19     India  27
Semifinals[edit]
5 November
19:30
Thailand  28–34  Saudi Arabia
Pts: Kruatiwa 15 Pts: Al-Mohammed 15
5 November
20:15
Iran  33–19  India
Pts: Nikkhah 23 Pts: Bhriguvanshi 11
Bronze medal match[edit]
6 November
19:00
Thailand  35–27  India
Pts: Apiromvilaichai 23 Pts: Bhriguvanshi 9
Final[edit]
6 November
19:45
Saudi Arabia  9–33  Iran
Pts: Al-Muwallad, Al-Mohammed 4 Pts: Nikkhah 19

Women[edit]

Rank Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1st, gold medalist(s)  Thailand 4 4 0 133 87 +46 8
2nd, silver medalist(s)  India 4 3 1 134 78 +56 7
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Vietnam 4 2 2 102 99 +3 6
4  Jordan 4 1 3 103 102 +1 5
5  Kuwait 4 0 4 29 135 −106 4
1 November
19:00
Kuwait  4–33  Vietnam
Pts: Khali 4 Pts: Nguyễn T.N.H. 16
1 November
19:45
Jordan  22–34  India
Pts: D. Nasser 13 Pts: Jose 27
2 November
19:00
Thailand  34–18  Jordan
Pts: Mathuros, Jantakan 12 Pts: Habash 9
2 November
19:45
India  33–13  Vietnam
Pts: Jose 22 Pts: Nguyễn T.N.H. 6
3 November
19:00
Thailand  33–32  India
Pts: Jantakan 13 Pts: Jose 16
3 November
19:45
Jordan  34–0  Kuwait
Pts: D. Nasser 17 Pts: 0
4 November
19:00
Kuwait  10–35  India
Pts: Al-Ammar 6 Pts: Jose 19
4 November
19:45
Thailand  33–22  Vietnam
Pts: Jantakan 25 Pts: Nguyễn T.N.H. 14
5 November
19:00
Jordan  29–34  Vietnam
Pts: Halasah 16 Pts: Trần T.N.N. 22
5 November
20:00
Thailand  33–15  Kuwait
Pts: Suksomwong 15 Pts: Al-Ammar 9

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