1996 ABC Under-18 Championship

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1996 FIBA Asia U-18 Championship
14th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Malaysia
Dates September 1–10
Teams 15 (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (5th title)

The ABC Under-18 Championship 1996 is the 14th edition of the ABC's junior championship for basketball. The games were held at Johor Bahru, Malaysia from September 1–10, 1996.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 2 2 0 187 109 +78 4
 Malaysia 2 1 1 133 148 −15 3
 India 2 0 2 114 177 −63 2
September 1
21:15
Malaysia  78–60  India
Scoring by half: 32–37, 46–23
September 2
12:30
South Korea  99–54  India
Scoring by half: 51–27, 48–27
September 3
19:15
Malaysia  55–88  South Korea
Scoring by half: 31–39, 24–49

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 3 3 0 345 167 +178 6
 Japan 3 2 1 368 168 +200 5
 Kazakhstan 3 1 2 251 253 −2 4
 Bangladesh 3 0 3 86 462 −376 3
September 1
10:45
Japan  178–17  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 90–11, 88–6
September 1
17:45
China  102–59  Kazakhstan
Scoring by half: 54–28, 48–31
September 2
9:00
Bangladesh  27–160  China
Scoring by half: 15–81, 12–79
September 2
19:15
Japan  109–68  Kazakhstan
Scoring by half: 53–40, 56–28
September 3
9:00
Kazakhstan  124–42  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 59–21, 65–21
September 4
21:00
China  83–81  Japan
Scoring by half: 45–39, 38–42

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 3 3 0 258 199 +59 6
 Qatar 3 2 1 219 188 +31 5
 Jordan 3 1 2 196 201 −5 4
 Singapore 3 0 3 170 255 −85 3
September 1
9:00
Singapore  63–83  Philippines
Scoring by half: 34–42, 29–41
September 1
12:30
Qatar  67–40  Jordan
Scoring by half: 33–20, 34–20
September 2
17:30
Jordan  73–83  Philippines
Scoring by half: 37–52, 36–31
September 3
17:30
Qatar  89–56  Singapore
Scoring by half: 45–19, 44–37
September 4
9:00
Jordan  83–51  Singapore
Scoring by half: 50–21, 33–30
September 4
19:15
Philippines  92–63  Qatar
Scoring by half: 54–29, 38–34

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Chinese Taipei 3 3 0 264 203 +61 6
 Thailand 3 2 1 188 193 −5 5
 Iran 3 1 2 196 224 −28 4
 Hong Kong 3 0 3 203 231 −28 3
September 2
10:45
Hong Kong  75–78  Iran
Scoring by half: 37–40, 38–38
September 2
21:00
Chinese Taipei  91–59  Thailand
Scoring by half: 42–38, 49–21
September 3
10:45
Thailand  61–58  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 36–19, 25–39
September 3
21:00
Iran  74–81  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 41–50, 33–31
September 4
10:45
Thailand  68–44  Iran
Scoring by half: 33–24, 35–20
September 4
17:30
Chinese Taipei  92–70  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 46–34, 46–36

Quarterfinal round[edit]

Group I[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 3 3 0 270 215 +55 6
 Japan 3 2 1 258 218 +40 5
 Philippines 3 1 2 238 279 −41 4
 Thailand 3 0 3 211 265 −54 3
September 5
17:30
Japan  80–62  Thailand
Scoring by half: 44–28, 36–34
September 5
21:00
South Korea  93–74  Philippines
Scoring by half: 51–41, 42–33
September 6
17:30
Japan  105–73  Philippines
Scoring by half: 44–40, 61–33
September 6
19:15
South Korea  94–68  Thailand
Scoring by half: 31–32, 63–36
September 7
15:45
South Korea  83–73  Japan
Scoring by half: 37–34, 46–39
September 7
19:15
Philippines  91–81  Thailand
Scoring by half: 50–38, 41–43

Group II[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Qatar 3 3 0 212 178 +34 6
 China 3 2 1 253 202 +51 5
 Chinese Taipei 3 1 2 207 198 +9 4
 Malaysia 3 0 3 163 257 −94 3
September 5
15:45
Qatar  61–41  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 29–19, 32–22
September 5
19:15
Malaysia  46–96  China
Scoring by half: 18–44, 28–52
September 6
15:45
Malaysia  62–67  Qatar
Scoring by half: 30–24, 32–43
September 6
21:00
China  82–72  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 50–37, 32–35
September 7
17:30
Chinese Taipei  94–55  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 48–30, 46–25
September 7
21:00
Qatar  84–75  China
Scoring by half: 42–41, 42–34

Group III[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Jordan 3 3 0 319 187 +132 6
 Hong Kong 3 2 1 251 150 +101 5
 India 3 1 2 207 194 +13 4
 Bangladesh 3 0 3 118 364 −246 3
September 5
9:00
India  89–39  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 46–21, 43–18
September 5
12:30
Jordan  72–68  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 37–35, 35–33
September 6
10:45
Hong Kong  66–43  India
Scoring by half: 36–14, 30–29
September 6
12:30
Bangladesh  44–158  Jordan
Scoring by half: 30–84, 14–74
September 7
10:45
Jordan  89–75  India
Scoring by half: 54–39, 35–36
September 7
12:30
Hong Kong  117–35  Bangladesh
Scoring by half: 56–17, 61–18

Group IV[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Iran 2 2 0 180 151 +29 4
 Kazakhstan 2 1 1 156 166 −10 3
 Singapore 2 0 2 150 169 −19 2
September 5
10:45
Singapore  78–86  Iran
Scoring by half: 41–51, 37–35
September 6
9:00
Kazakhstan  83–72  Singapore
Scoring by half: 43–37, 40–35
September 7
9:00
Kazakhstan  73–94  Iran
Scoring by half: 43–45, 30–49

Classification 5th–14th[edit]

13th place[edit]

September 9
9:00
India  65–50  Singapore
Scoring by half: 33–17, 32–33

11th place[edit]

September 9
10:45
Hong Kong  74–68  Kazakhstan
Scoring by half: 40–29, 34–39

9th place[edit]

September 9
14:15
Jordan  69–62  Iran
Scoring by half: 39–30, 30–32

7th place[edit]

September 10
14:30
Thailand  67–48  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 34–31, 33–17

5th place[edit]

September 10
16:15
Philippines  69–91  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 32–41, 37–50

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
September 9
  South Korea  68  
  China  81  
 
September 10
      China  86
    Qatar  71
3rd place
September 9 September 10
  Japan  54   South Korea  75
  Qatar  68     Japan  89

Semifinals[edit]

September 9
19:00
South Korea  68–81  China
Scoring by half: 24–44, 44–37
September 9
20:45
Japan  54–68  Qatar
Scoring by half: 28–29, 26–39

3rd place[edit]

September 10
18:00
South Korea  75–89  Japan
Scoring by half: 32–47, 43–42

Final[edit]

September 10
19:45
China  86–71  Qatar
Scoring by half: 33–42, 53–29

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  China 7–1
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Qatar 6–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Japan 5–3
4  South Korea 5–2
5  Chinese Taipei 5–2
6  Philippines 4–3
7  Thailand 3–4
8  Malaysia 1–5
9  Jordan 5–2
10  Iran 3–3
11  Hong Kong 3–4
12  Kazakhstan 2–4
13  India 2–4
14  Singapore 0–6
15  Bangladesh 0–6

Awards[edit]

 1996 Asian Under-18 Champions 

China
Fifth title

All-Star Team:

References[edit]