Basketball at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games – Men's tournament

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Tournament details
Host nation Myanmar
Dates 8–16 December
Teams (from 1 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Philippines (16th title)
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Cambodia Dominic Dar (19.5)
Rebounds Cambodia Ratana (11.7)
Assists Malaysia Ban Sin (5.0)

The men's tournament in Basketball at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games in Naypyidaw began on 8 December and ended on 16 December.[1] All games were held in the Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium which for both men's and women's tournaments. The Philippines successfully defended the title for the sixteenth time as they went undefeated in the competition.[2][3][4]

Venue[edit]

The Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium is located in Naypyidaw. It was the host stadium of the tournament for both men's and women's basketball. The stadium's capacity is about 3,000 with an area of 8,529.3 square metres (91,809 sq ft). It was also the hosts of volleyball, judo, vovinam and pencak silat of the games.[5]

Competition format[edit]

All seven teams will play their opponents once. Unlike the past Southeast Asian Games, there were no knockout stages in the tournament. The team that finishes the best record will win the title.

Result Points
Win 2
Loss 1
Loss via default* 1
Loss via forfeiture** 0

*The team has fewer than two players available to play on the court at some point during the game.
**A team cannot put forward at least five players at the start of the game, or its own actions prevent play from being resumed.

In case teams are tied on points, the tiebreaking criteria are used, in order of first application:[6]

  1. Results of the games involving the tied teams (head-to-head records)
  2. Goal average of the games involving the tied teams
  3. Goal average of all of the games played
  4. Points scored
  5. Drawing of lots

Results[edit]

All times are Myanmar Standard Time (+6:30).

Note: Vietnam, Laos, Brunei and Timor-Leste did not participate in the men's competition.

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 6 6 0 580 351 +229 12
 Thailand 6 5 1 448 423 +25 11
 Singapore 6 4 2 455 367 +88 10
 Malaysia 6 3 3 395 381 +14 9
 Indonesia 6 2 4 379 369 +10 8
 Cambodia 6 1 5 348 503 −155 7
 Myanmar 6 0 6 306 517 −211 6
8 December 2013
10:00
Thailand  69–59  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 23–13, 14–10, 18–20
Scoring by half: 37–29, 32–30
Pts: Kongkum 21
Rebs: Suttisin 2
Asts: D.A. Apiromvilaichai 5
Pts: Hanbin 13
Rebs: four players 2
Asts: W.L. Wong 3
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Mr. Herman (INA), Linn Muang (MYA)
8 December 2013
12:00
Indonesia  53–61  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 9–18, 6–15, 22–6, 16–22
Scoring by half: 15–33, 38–28
Pts: Prastawa 24
Rebs: Gemilang 7
Asts: Gemilang 7
Pts: Fai 17
Rebs: Fai 7
Asts: two players 4
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yuji Higashi (JPN), Sim Siong Chuan (SIN), Dominique Pomar (PHI)
8 December 2013
16:00
Myanmar  60–75  Cambodia
Scoring by quarter: 11–42, 18–12, 18–12, 13–9
Scoring by half: 29–54, 31–21
Pts: Jia 22
Rebs: S.M. Min 8
Asts: three players 4
Pts: Ratana 32
Rebs: Boroth 16
Asts: three players 6
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yeung Ying Wai (HKG), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA), Chang Yee Chuan (MAS)
9 December 2013
12:00
Cambodia  58–73  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 11–7, 17–28, 13–17, 17–21
Scoring by half: 28–35, 30–38
Pts: Ratana 22
Rebs: Boroth 20
Asts: Boroth 5
Pts: Fai 16
Rebs: two players 10
Asts: Ban Sin 8
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yu Jung (TPE), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA), Naing Phyo Win (MYA)
9 December 2013
14:00
Singapore  75–88  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 11–20, 25–31, 17–24
Scoring by half: 33–33, 42–55
Pts: W.L. Wong 23
Rebs: Liew 8
Asts: W.L. Wong 6
Pts: Belo 16
Rebs: three players 10
Asts: Parks 5
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yuji Higashi (JPN), Preeda Muongmee (THA), Htoo Wai Lwin (MYA)
9 December 2013
16:00
Indonesia  83–40  Myanmar
Scoring by quarter: 31–9, 16–12, 21–4, 15–15
Scoring by half: 47–21, 36–19
Pts: five players 11
Rebs: Pamungkas 11
Asts: four players 4
Pts: Jia 10
Rebs: Jia 11
Asts: Kyaw 4
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Chang Yee Chuan (MAS), Ting Pick Kieng (MAS)
10 December 2013
12:00
Philippines  107–57  Cambodia
Scoring by quarter: 25–16, 19–9, 32–14, 31–18
Scoring by half: 44–25, 63–32
Pts: Belo 17
Rebs: Parks 11
Asts: two players 5
Pts: Dominic Dar 27
Rebs: Boroth 17
Asts: three players 2
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Sim Siong Chuan (SIN), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA)
10 December 2013
14:00
Malaysia  67–71  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 13–19, 19–20, 16–13
Scoring by half: 32–38, 35–33
Pts: Koh Wei 16
Rebs: Kwaan 7
Asts: Ban Sin 6
Pts: W.L. Wong 17
Rebs: W.L. Wong 4
Asts: two players 3
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Chan Kin Pong (MAC), Yeung Ying Wai (HKG), Maung Linn (MYA)
10 December 2013
16:00
Thailand  75–59  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 19–14, 21–17, 18–17
Scoring by half: 36–25, 39–34
Pts: Kruatiwa 16
Rebs: Ghogar 16
Asts: Kongkum 5
Pts: Gemilang 14
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: two players 3
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yuji Higashi (JPN), Yu Jung (TPE), Chang Yee Chuan (MAS)
12 December 2013
10:00
Cambodia  67–80  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 16–20, 11–24, 17–20, 23–16
Scoring by half: 27–45, 40–35
Pts: Dominic Dar 41
Rebs: Ratana 8
Asts: Phatara 4
Pts: Kongkum 16
Rebs: Klahan 9
Asts: D.A. Apiromvilaichai 5
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Kin Pong Chan (MAC), Pick Kieng Ting (MAS), Naing Phyo Win (MYA)
12 December 2013
12:00
Indonesia  48–62  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 6–20, 19–17, 11–14
Scoring by half: 18–31, 30–31
Pts: three players 9
Rebs: Bonanza Sitepu 6
Asts: Febri Utomo 4
Pts: W.L. Wong 14
Rebs: Wenqiang 7
Asts: Liew 4
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ying Wai Yeung (HKG), Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Dominique Pomar (PHI)
12 December 2013
16:00
Myanmar  43–118  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 14–34, 13–28, 10–26, 6–30
Scoring by half: 27–62, 16–56
Pts: Than Aung 11
Rebs: Than Aung 7
Asts: Tun Tun 6
Pts: Pascual 20
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Sumang 6
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Jung Yu (TPE), Mr. Herman (INA), Preeda Muongmee (THA)
13 December 2013
12:00
Singapore  99–43  Cambodia
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 23–9, 22–11, 38–9
Scoring by half: 39–23, 60–20
Pts: Liew 21
Rebs: two players 9
Asts: W.L. Wong 5
Pts: Dominic Dar 15
Rebs: Ratana 6
Asts: two players 2
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Kin Pong Chan (MAC), Yee Chuan Chang (MAS), Htoo Wai Lwin (MYA)
13 December 2013
14:00
Philippines  100–68  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 29–17, 25–16, 31–9, 15–26
Scoring by half: 54–33, 46–35
Pts: Ferrer 23
Rebs: Jake Pascual 10
Asts: Sumang 6
Pts: Ghogar 11
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: two players 2
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Yuji Higashi (JPN), Linn Maung (MYA), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA)
13 December 2013
16:00
Malaysia  69–42  Myanmar
Scoring by quarter: 16–7, 18–8, 16–18, 19–9
Scoring by half: 34–15, 35–27
Pts: Kuek 13
Rebs: Kuek 6
Asts: two players 4
Pts: Jia 8
Rebs: Jia 10
Asts: two players 2
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Dominique Pomar (PHI), Thongchai Thaweewutsophon (THA), Siong Chuan Sim (SIN)
14 December 2013
10:00
Indonesia  52–83  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 18–18, 16–22, 9–27, 9–16
Scoring by half: 34–40, 18–43
Pts: Prawiro 14
Rebs: Gunawan 5
Asts: Prawiro 4
Pts: Douthit 11
Rebs: Douthit 11
Asts: Sumang 3
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Naing Phyo Win (MYA), Pick Kieng Ting (MAS)
14 December 2013
12:00
Thailand  73–69  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 25–16, 15–15, 13–22
Scoring by half: 45–32, 28–37
Pts: Kruatiwa 24
Rebs: Jantuma 10
Asts: Jantuma 6
Pts: Fai 27
Rebs: Kuek 11
Asts: Ban Sin 3
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ying Wai Yeung (HKG), Yuji Higashi (JPN), Mr. Herman (INA)
14 December 2013
16:00
Myanmar  52–89  Singapore 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Scoring by quarter: 10–34, 11–19, 14–20, 17–16
Scoring by half: 21–53, 31–36
Pts: Jia 17
Rebs: two players 6
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Hanbin 20
Rebs: Hanbin 8
Asts: W.L. Long 5
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Jung Yu (TPE), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA), Bohui Kim (KOR)
15 December 2013
14:00
Cambodia  48–84  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 13-23, 11-21, 18-17, 6-23
Scoring by half: 24-44, 24-40
Pts: Ratana 24
Rebs: Ratana 10
Asts: Ratana 3
Pts: Prawiro 19
Rebs: two players 9
Asts: Gemilang 5
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ceciline Michael Vino (IND), Preeda Muongmee (THA), Htoo Wai Lwin (MYA)
15 December 2013
16:00
Malaysia  56–84  Philippines 1st, gold medalist(s)
Scoring by quarter: 15-21, 19-22, 15-25, 7-16
Scoring by half: 34-43, 22-41
Pts: Khee Ong 11
Rebs: Kuek 7
Asts: Ban Sin 5
Pts: Parks 18
Rebs: Douthit 7
Asts: Ravena 6
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Kin Pong Chan (MAC), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA), Linn Maung (MYA)
16 December 2013
16:00
Myanmar  69–83  Thailand 2nd, silver medalist(s)
Scoring by quarter: 14-24, 14-27, 16-18, 25-14
Scoring by half: 28-51, 41-32
Pts: Than Aung 14
Rebs: Than Aung 9
Asts: Htwe 5
Pts: Dasom 14
Rebs: Klaewnarong 10
Asts: two players 4
Zayar Thiri Indoor Stadium, Naypyidaw
Referees: Ying Wai Yeung (HKG), Dominique Pomar (PHI), Mr. Herman (INA)

Statistical leaders[edit]

These are some statistics from the tournament which are top ten averages in points, rebounds and assists. Anthony Dominic Dar from Cambodia led the average points table due to his 117 point performance in 6 games. His teammate Sak Ratana, became first in the tournament's rebounds per game. Malaysia's Ooi Ban Sin led the assists per game with a total of 30, and an average of five.

In other statistics, Anthony Dominic Dar led the free throws percentage at 95%.[7] Ratdech Kruatiwa became number one in outside shooting as he shot 54.8% beyond the three-point line.[7] Sak Ratana also led in offensive and defensive rebounding made, steals and in turnovers.[8][9] Adhi Pratama Prasetyo Putra and Thach Boroth were both tied at 19, as they made the most fouls in the competition.[10] Marcus Douthit from the Philippines has made the most blocks in the tourney at seven.[7]