Basketball at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

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16th SEA Games Basketball Tournament
Nakhon Ratchasima 2007
Basketball pictogram.svg
Tournament details
SEA Games 2007 Southeast Asian Games
Host nation Thailand
City Nakhon Ratchasima
Venue Keelapirom Stadium
Duration 7–13 December 2007
Men's tournament
Teams 5
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Philippines
2 Silver medalists  Indonesia
3 Bronze medalists  Malaysia
Women's tournament
Teams 4
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Malaysia
2 Silver medalists  Thailand
3 Bronze medalists  Philippines
Tournaments
← Ho Chi Minh City 2003  Jakarta 2011 →

The 2007 Southeast Asian Games (SEA) basketball tournaments was held at Keelapirom Stadium, Suranaree University of Technology at Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

The basketball events were not held on the 2005 Southeast Asian Games since the host country, the Philippines basketball federation (the Basketball Association of the Philippines) was suspended by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). The suspension was lifted in 2006 and the Philippines and Malaysia defended their men's and women's championships, respectively, last won in 2003.

The tournament was conducted on a single round robin; the team with best record wins the gold.

The men's team of the Philippines maintained their superiority in the SEA Games, winning all of their games with an average lead of 42 points; the women's team of Malaysia easily dispatched their opponents in the first two games before upending the Thais in overtime to successfully defend their gold.

Men's tournament[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Results[edit]

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Philippines 8 4 0 413 244 +169
 Indonesia 7 3 1 284 252 +32
 Malaysia 6 2 2 288 315 -27
 Thailand 5 1 3 244 282 -38
 Cambodia 4 0 4 262 398 -136
Times given below are in Time in Thailand (UTC+7).
December 7
3:00 p.m.
Cambodia  82–136  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 16-33, 10-37, 28-36, 28-30
December 7
5:00 p.m.
Malaysia  55–70  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 18-14, 12-11, 17-22, 8-23
December 8
5:00 p.m.
Malaysia  70–65  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 22-21, 23-17, 12-9, 13-18
December 9
3:00 p.m.
Indonesia  49–75  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 18-23, 6-23, 6-17, 17-12
December 10
3:00 p.m.
Malaysia  103–72  Cambodia
Scoring by quarter: 29-13, 29-21, 28-12, 17-26
December 10
5:00 p.m.
Thailand  65–67  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 28-20, 8-12, 15-17, 16-18
December 11
5:00 p.m.
Cambodia  51–61  Thailand
December 12
3:00 p.m.
Indonesia  98–57  Cambodia
Scoring by quarter: 28-14, 30-9, 19-10, 21-24
December 12
5:00 p.m.
Philippines  108–60  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 33-14, 22-16, 31-11, 22-17
December 13
3:00 p.m.
Thailand  53–94  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 14-25, 14-15, 12-25, 13-29

Women's tournament[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Results[edit]

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Malaysia 6 3 0 195 159 +36
 Thailand 5 2 1 210 162 +48
 Philippines 4 1 2 177 199 -22
 Singapore 3 0 3 145 207 -62
Times given below are in Time in Thailand (UTC+7).
December 8
3:00 p.m.
Singapore  55–67  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 13-24, 16-12, 9-17, 17-14
This game was supposedly to be held on December 9 but host Thailand switched the game schedule placing the Philippines-Thailand game on December 9.[1]
December 9
5:00 p.m.
Philippines  54–70  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 18-15, 14-14, 4-21, 18-20
This game was supposedly to be held on December 8 but host Thailand switched the game schedule placing the Philippines-Singapore game on December 8.[1]
December 10
1:00 p.m.
Malaysia  60–43  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 15-10, 25-11, 8-10, 12-12
December 11
3:00 p.m.
Singapore  47–80  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 14-21, 10-25, 6-19, 17-15
December 12
1:00 p.m.
Philippines  56–74  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 10-19, 13-19, 16-14, 17-22
December 13
5:00 p.m.
Thailand  60–61 (OT)  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 13-16, 18-11, 9-11, 15-17, Overtime: 5-6

Medal summary[edit]

Medal tally[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Philippines 1 0 1 2
1  Malaysia 1 0 1 2
3  Indonesia 0 1 0 1
3  Thailand 0 1 0 1

Men's medalists[edit]

Med NOC/Names Med NOC/Names Med NOC/Names
Gold medal with cup.svg  Philippines Silver medal with cup.svg  Indonesia Bronze medal with cup.svg  Malaysia
Richard Alonzo
Boyet Bautista
Beau Belga
Jeffrei Chan
Jervy Cruz
Jayson Castro
Jonathan Fernandez
Gabriel Norwood
Larry Rodriguez
Allan Salangsang
Ryan Araña
Marvin Cruz
Raka Cokorda
Andrie Ekayana
Rony Gunawan
Thoyib Isman
Amin Julius Achmad
Andi Poedjakesuma
Amin Prihantono
Welyanson Situmorang
Wahyu Widayat Jati
Mario Wuysang
Ang Tun Kaw
Li Wei Chee
Kin Hoong Chow
Yow Keen Cheong
Way Tek Koh
Chen Jye Koo
Satyaseelan Kuppusamy
Bik Ing Lau
Abdul Kote Sponsor Petronas
Eng Heng Soo
Kian Hoong Tan

Women's medalists[edit]

Med NOC/Names Med NOC/Names Med NOC/Names
Gold medal with cup.svg  Malaysia Silver medal with cup.svg  Thailand Bronze medal with cup.svg  Philippines
Siew Lian Beh
Ying Chee Chan
Sion Foong Chow
Beng Fong Goh
Shook Ying Hee
Suik May Kew
Siew Fun Lee
Bee Chuan Low
Yann Yann Pow
Woon Yien Teo
Shin Min Yong
Naruemol Banmoo
Nantana Charoernat
Chonchita Chirdpercharat
Chonladada Eiamsim-Ang
Juthamas Jantakan
Supame Ludrodkij
Junthathip Mathuros
Roong-Aroon Pungkoksoong
Wipaporn Saechua
Charothai Suksomwong
Chanonnan Tunsaw
Aurora Adriano
Victoria Lynne Brick
Joan Grajales
Amira Issa
Melissa Jacob
Diana Rose Jose
Machiko Matsuno
Minerva Narcisa
Cassandra Noel Tioseco
Fatima Tolentino
Sylvia Marie Valencia
Emelia Vega

References[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2003
(not held on 2005)
Basketball at the Southeast Asian Games
2007 Southeast Asian Games
Succeeded by
2009