Jordan national basketball team
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|FIBA ranking||49 2 (4 December 2018)|
|FIBA zone||FIBA Asia|
|FIBA World Cup|
|FIBA Asia Cup|
|Medals|| Silver: (2011)|
The Jordan national basketball team is the official basketball team of Jordan in international competitions and it is one of the top teams in Asia.
The Jordanian team achievements in recent years beside qualifying to World cup for the first time, won William Jones cup in 2007 and 2008 and FIBA Asia Stankovic cup in Kuwait in 2008, finishing at the first place of Arab Nations cup in Egypt in 2007, and runners up in 2008, runners up at 2011 FIBA Asia Championship and 3rd place in 2009 FIBA Asia Championship, and finally 3rd place in Asia Challenge Cup 2016.
The President of JBF is Mohammad Olayan. The Secretary General of JBF is Ibrahim Sharawi, their head coach is Sam Daghles.
William Jones Cup
Jordan also won the King Abdullah Championship.
2007 FIBA Asia championship
Placed in Group A, or the so-called "Group of Death" alongside China, Philippines and eventual champion Iran, the Jordanians won two of three games in the group phase to make it to the quarterfinals; however, they lost to Korea and Japan in the said round and eventually placed fifth after beating Chinese Taipei, 95–74. Some of the key players for the Jordanian National Team are Enver Soobzokov, Sam Daghlas, Zaid Al-Khas, Zaid Abbaas, Islam Abbaas and Rashiem Wright. One key member of the University of Minnesota basketball team, Guard/Forward Jamal Abu-Shamala, is Jordanian-American.
3rd place: FIBA Asia Challenge Cup.
West Asian Championship: 1st
2nd Place: FIBA Asia Championship in China. 1st Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup 2nd Place: West Asia Basketball Cup in Iraq. 2nd place : Arab games
23rd Place: 2010 FIBA World Championship.
4th Place: Italia International Tournament. 2nd Place: Qatar International Tournament. 2nd Place: William Jones Cup. 3rd Place: FIBA Asia Championship in China.
1st Place: FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup. 2nd Place: Arab Basketball Cup in Tunisia. 1st Place: Qatar Friendly Tournament. 1st Place: William Jones Basketball Cup in Taiwan. 2nd Place: West Asia Basketball Cup in Jordan.
1st Place: William Jones Basketball Cup in Taiwan. 1st Place: Arab Basketball Cup in Egypt. 2nd Place: Pan Arab Games in Egypt. 1st Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup. 5th Place: Asian Cup Basketball Championship in China.
4th Place: Asian Games in Qatar – Basketball. 3rd Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup.
2nd Place: West Asian Games – Basketball. 4th Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup.
1st Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup. 1st Place: Qatar International Basketball Cup.
2nd Place: King Abdullah II Basketball Cup.
2nd Place: 9th Pan Arab Games in Jordan.
2nd Place: 7th Pan Arab Games in Syria.
1st Place: Military Tournament in the UAE.
1st Place: Pan Arab Games in Morocco.
|1983||8||1983 ABC Championship||Hong Kong|
|1985||9||1985 ABC Championship||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|1987||10||1987 ABC Championship||Bangkok, Thailand|
|1991||8||1991 ABC Championship||Kobe, Japan|
|1993||10||1993 ABC Championship||Jakarta, Indonesia|
|1995||17||1995 ABC Championship||Seoul, South Korea|
|1997||7||1997 ABC Championship||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|2003||10||2003 ABC Championship||Harbin, China|
|2005||7||2005 FIBA Asia Championship||Doha, Qatar|
|2007||5||2007 FIBA Asia Championship||Tokushima, Japan|
|2009||2009 FIBA Asia Championship||Tianjin, China|
|2011||2011 FIBA Asia Championship||Wuhan, China|
|2013||7||2013 FIBA Asia Championship||Manila, Philippines|
|2015||9||2015 FIBA Asia Championship||Changsha, China|
|2017||8||2017 FIBA Asia Cup||Beirut, Lebanon|
Roster for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification (Asia).
|Jordan men's national basketball team – 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification (Asia) roster|
- "FIBA Ranking Presented by Nike". FIBA. 4 December 2018. Retrieved 4 December 2018.
- 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification (Asia)