2013 PBA Draft: Barako Bull trades its 3 first round Picks

3 11 2013

The franchise that is known for trading away valuable draft picks outdid itself by trading away all its first round picks in the 2013 PBA Draft. The Barako Bull Energy had the No.4, No.5, and No.6 of the draft but they ended giving it all away for veteran players. Here is what they exchange for the draft picks:

4th Pick – James Forrester (Ginebra) for Ginebra’s Rico Maierhofer and Willy Wilson

5th Pick – Terence Romeo (Globalport) for Magi Sison and Mark Isip of Petron (Yousif Taha was sent to Petron from Globalport)

6th Pick – RR Garcia (Globalport) for Dennis Miranda

The team got 5 veterans for the 3 rookies with some upside. It will be interesting to see how this trade pans out. In a quick glance it looks like the big winner here is the Globalport which will be the home of the FEU Tamaraw guard duo.  Ginebra has now assembled a very athletic young core with Forrester, Aguilar, Ellis, and Slaughter to join forces with Tenorio and Caguioa.  The Barangay would be feeling very confident going into the season.

Barako Bull Energy logo

Barako Bull Energy logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Caloycomment: Now they have Magi Sison, why not hire more UP alums ….. more

 

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2013 PBA Draft Results

3 11 2013

Here are the players drafted in this year’s PBA Draft bannered by 7-foot Greg Slaughter:

First Round

1. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel – Greg Slaughter
2. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Ian Sangalang
3. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Raymond Almazan
4. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel (from Barako Bull) – James Forrester
5. GlobalPort Batang Pier (from Barako Bull via Petron) – Terrence Romeo
6. GlobalPort Batang Pier (from Barako Bull) – RR Garcia
7. GlobalPort Batang Pier – Isaac Holstein
8. Alaska Aces – Ryan Buenafe
9. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Alex Nuyles
10. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Justin Chua

Second Round

1. GlobalPort Batang Pier – Nico Salva
2. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Jeric Teng
3. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Justin Melton
4. Barako Bull Energy Colas – Jeric Fortuna
5. Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters (from Alaska) – JP Erram
6. Air21 Express – Eric Camson
7. Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters – Robby Celiz
8. Alaska Aces – Chris Exciminiano
9. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Gayford Rodriguez
10. Barako Bull Energy Colas – Carlo Lastimosa

Third Round

1. Air 21 – Joshua Webb
2. GlobalPort – Jopher Custodio
3. Barako Bull- Darwin Cordero
4. GlobalPort (from Ginebra)- LA Revilla
5. Petron – Sam Marata
6. Meralco – Anjo Caram
7. Talk ‘N Text – Eliud Poligrates
8. Alaska – Raymund Ilagan
9. Rain or Shine Ervic Vijandre
10. San Mig Coffee – JR Cawaling

Fourth Round

1. GlobalPort – PASS
2. Air 21 – Angelo Ingco
3. Barako Bull – Jett Vidal
4. Ginebra – John Usita
5. Petron: Nate Matute
6. Meralco: Mike Parala
7. Talk ‘N Text – Oping Sumalinog
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Fifth Round

1. Air 21 -Randolph Chua
2. GlobalPort – PASS
3. Barako Bull – Mike Silungan
4. Ginebra – Alvin Padilla
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Mark Lopez
7. Talk ‘N Text – Byron Villarias
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Sixth Round

1. GlobalPort – Pass
2. Air 21 – PASS
3. Barako Bull – PASS
4. Ginebra – Jens Knuttel
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Ron Guevarra
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Seventh Round

1. GlobalPort – PASS
2. Air 21 – PASS
3. Barako Bull – PASS
4. Ginebra – PASS
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Mark Bringas
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Draftee by Team:

Ginebra

  1. Greg Slaughter
  2. James Forrester
  3. John Usita
  4. Alvin Padilla
  5. Jens Knuttel

San Mig Coffee

  1. Ian Sangalang
  2.  Justin Chua
  3. Justin Melton
  4. JR Cawaling

Rain or Shine

  1. Raymond Almazan
  2. Alex Nuyles
  3. Jeric Teng
  4. Gayford Rodriguez
  5. Ervic Vijandre

Globalport

  1. Terence Romeo
  2. RR Garcia
  3. Isaac Holstein
  4. Nico Salva
  5. Jopher Custodio
  6. LA Revilla

Alaska Aces

  1. Ryan Buenafe
  2. Chris Exciminiano
  3. Raymund Ilagan

Barako Bull

  1.  Jeric Fortuna
  2. Carlo Lastimosa
  3. Darwin Cordero
  4. Jett Vidal
  5. Mike Silungan

Talk N’ Text

  1. JP Erram
  2. Robby Celiz
  3. Eliud Poligrates
  4. Oping Sumalinog
  5. Byron Villarias

Air21

  1. Eric Camson
  2. Joshua Webb
  3. Angelo Ingco
  4. Randolph Chua

Petron

  1. Sam Marata
  2. Nate Matute

Meralco

  1. Anjo Caram
  2. Mike Parala
  3. Mark Lopez
  4. Ron Guevarra
  5. Mark Bringas

 

 





NBA Global Games Philippines 2013 Indiana vs. Houston Blow by Blow

10 10 2013

MOA Arena, Philippines -The game started with Houston Rockerts blitzing with a 12-0 in the first 3 minutes of the game.  Paul George got hot put Indiana within striking distance at 29-21. CJ Watson trimmed down the lead to 5 with a 3-pointer with 34 seconds left in the opening period. Houston had the final possession of the first quarter with James Harden drawing a foul with 1 second left. He made made 2 out of 2 to end the period at 31-24. Harden has been consistent in his ability to draw fouls and get to the line for his points.

2nd Period:

Solomon Hill misses the first attempt in the second period.

10:57 Jeremy Lin draws a foul from Luis Scola. He goes to the line for free throws. He makes both 33-24 Houston

10:31 Watson hits another three point shot. 33-27

10:12 Donatas Motiejunas then Luis Scola answers in the other end. 35-29

9:28 Danny Granger makes as shot off a Watson pass. 35-31

9:00 Aaron Brook makes a nice lay-up and Lin scores after an Indiana miss. 39-31

8:27 Luis Scola And 1 after an offensive rebound. 39-33  Time out. Completes the three[point play. 39-34

7:57 Defensive 3-seconds violation for the Rockets. Granger makes the bonus 39-35

7:45 Scola scores from Granger 39-37

7:33 Brooks scores of an amazing drive plus a foul. 42-37.

7:02 Motiejunas brings the lead back 7. Chris Copeland answers but Motiejunas scores again. 46-39. 11 Fastbreak points for Houston.

6:28 Watson on the line for the Pacers. He makes 2. 46-41 Houston

6:10 Lin another inside incursion. 48-41 Houston

5:57 Omri Casspi scores the free throw line 49-41

5:37 Lance Stevenson on the line after a foul. Both teams on penalty. 49-43.

5:04   David West scores from the inside but missed the bonus free throw. 49-45 Houston

4:16 Patrick Beverley makes 2 FTs 51-45 Houston

3:51 Chandler Parson makes a three. George misses a bonus FT for delay of game. 54-45

3:25 George and Parsons trade baskets. 56-47

Crowd enjoying the entertainment off the time out. The mascots are stealing the show. Delay in the game due to clock malfunction. Clutch and Boomer having fun.  Problem with the scorers table.

George scores 56-49 to cut the lead to 7.

1:47 Jeremy Lin fouled by Stevenson. He goes 2 of 2. 58-49

1:14 Granger scores off a Houston turnover. He makes the bonus. 58-52.

1:00 Harden cleverly draws another foul. He is in the FT line again. He hits 1 of 2. 59-52.

0:47 Stevensons muscles his way for a drive and a foul. He misses the free throw. 59-54.

0:32 Harden again at the line after drawing a foul from West. He makes both Fts. 61-54

0:20 Watson makes a FT. 61-55

0:00 Harden misses three pointer to end the half.

After starting slow, the Indiana Pacers bench somehow gained headway to make the game closer. Harden is showing why he lead the league in FT attempts as he continues to draw falls that lead free throws. Both teams have the potential to go deep in next year’s playoffs.  On paper the Pacers have a better talent than last year’s Eastern Conference finalists while Houston just got more dangerous with the addition of Dwight Howard.

3rd Period

10:42 Harden draws the 4th foul from Hill. He is on the line again. He just hit 1 of 2. 62-55 Houston.

10:20 Terrence Jones rewarded for his defensive effort with a dunk. 64-55.

10:00 Parsons  scores off another Indiana Pacers turnover. 66-55

9:10 West finally scores for Indiana 66-57.

8:46 George reduces the lead to 7. 66-59.

8:00 West scored again but Harden answer. 68-61 Houston.

7:30 West is waxing hot but Parsons answers as well. 70-63

7:00 Gerorge scores in the perimeter but Harden answers with a score in the paint. 72-65.

5:45 Jones draws a foul off a drive. Missed to FTs but awarded another because lane violation. He makes the third. 73-65.

4:35 Hibbert fouled by Parsons. He makes 2 Fts. 73-67

4:18 Beverley for 3! 76-67

4:04 George scores but misses Ft. 76-69.

3:28 Howard on the line. He goes 1 for 2. 77-69.

3:16 Harden travels again. Pacers ball!

2:38 Parsons scores. Hibbert answers 79-71

1:55 Howard scores against Hibbert and West answers for the PAcers. 81-73

0:48 Harden for three! 84-73

0:33 George scores 84-75

End of Third Quarter Rockets 84 Pacers 75

4th quarter

11:10 Orlando Johnson scores 84-77.

10:14 Johnson again 84-79.

9:40 Ronnie Brewer and 1 from a good Lin outlet. 86-79

8:45 Motiejunas scores 88-79.

8:30 Orlando Johnson draws a foul.

8:00 Scola scores 88-81

7:35 Lin scores off a drive! 90-81

7:12 Lin makes 2 FTs 92-81

6:55 Scola at the line makes 1 of 2 92-82

6:30 Houston gets creative. Casspi scores with a foul. Completes the 3 point play 95-82.

6:16 Granger at the line. He just played 5 games last year. He makes 1 of 2. 95-83

6:14 Scola loose ball foul. Lin at the line. 2 of 2 97-83

5:47 Granger on the line. He makes 2 of 2. 97-85

5:02 5-0 for Houston. 102-85. Biggest lead of the game.

4:40 Indiana answers with 2 FTs. 102-87

4:19 Orlando Johnson on the line. Misses both FTs. 21-31 for Pacers in FT line.

3:45 Motiejunas scores and Johnson answers with a trifecta. 104-90.

3:19  Casspi barrels through and gets rewarded with a 3-point play. 107-90

3:00 Motiejunas hook shot and Casspi burns the Pacers with a 3! 112-90!!

1:58  Hilton Armstrong makes 2 Fts 112-92.

o:56 Motiejunas on the line. 2 of 2. 114-92

0:44 Orlando Johnson scores but Casspi answers 116-94

0:16 Johnson on the line 2 of 2. 116-96

The first ever preseason game between 2 NBA teams in the Philippines ends at 116-96 for the Houston Rockets. Both teams will meet again on Sunday in Taipei.

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2013 PBA Governor’s Cup Semi-Finals Recap: San Mig, Petron book seats in the Finals

8 10 2013

It is going to be a battle between sister teams as two teams from the San Miguel Corporation group made it to the finals of the 2013 PBA Governor’s Cup. San Mig Coffee eliminated the Meralco Bolts, 3-1 while the Petron Blaze Boosters crushed the hopes of the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters for a repeat with a similar 3-1 series win.

San Mig Coffee Mixers 3 – 1 Meralco Bolts

The main factor in the series was the ability of the San Mig defenders to limit Bolts import Mario West.  West was limited to a pedestrian 15.25 points per game and 28% shooting percentage.  West averaged 28.33 ppg and a decent 43% shooting in the eliminations.  James Yap, meanwhile raised his scoring average to 15 ppg from just 11.6 ppg in the eliminations. Big Game James capped his brilliant semifinal series with a 19 point performance in the deciding game.

Petron Blaza Booster 3 -1 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters

The streaking Petron Blaze Boosters somehow caught a lucky but could have been unnecessary break as they faced a depleted Rain or Shine Elasto Painters. The Painters were not the type that would just roll over but they just cannot match the intensity and the star power of the No.1 seeded Petron. June Mar Fajardo asserted his dominance in the inside as he dominated the first two games of the series with a massive double-double of 15 points and 17 rebounds in Game 1 and a more impressive 26 points and 14 rebounds  performance in Game 2.  RoS saved some pride by winning Game 3 behind the efforts of Arizona Reid and Jeffrei Chan who combined for 43 points and 22 rebounds.  Petron however, finished them off in Game 4 with a 21-point rout.  Elijah Millsap, Marcio Lassiter, Alex Cabagnot and Fajardo combined for 93 points to outscore the all the players of RoS who just finished with 89 points.

 





Fil-Ams in US NCAA: Jason Brickman and LIU win Northeast Conference tournament; Holt topscores for the Gaels in losing to No.1 Gonzaga

13 03 2013

Filipino-American Jason Brickman and the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds are going to the big dance once again as they beat Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers in the finals of the Northeast Conference, 91-70. Brickman, the main playmaker in the team, contributed 7 points, 8 assists, and 2 steals in the victory for LIU (20-13, 12-6 NEC). He is currently averaging 8.5 assists per game which tops the whole NCAA Division I.

Stephen Holt meanwhile, led the scoring for the Saint Mary’s Gaels (27-6, 14-2 WCC) who lost in the West Coast Conference finals against No.1 ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs(31-2, 16-0 WCC), 51-65.  Holt finished with 19 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals as he was the only Gaels player who finished in double figures. He is currently averaging 11.8 ppg and 5.4 rpg.  Three of the Gaels losses this season was against division rival Bulldogs.  The Gaels have a good chance to have an at large bid to the prestigious NCAA Tournament.

Last year, the LIU Blackbirds and St. Mary’s Gaels were eliminated in the first round of the Big Dance.





PBA: Renaldo Balkman gets banned for life

11 03 2013

Commissioner Atty. Chito Salud of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) issued an official statement banning Petron Blaze Boosters import Renaldo Balkman from the league and fining him 250,000 pesos in relation to the incident in last Friday’s game between the Blaze Bossters and the Alaska Aces.  Commissioner Salud considered Balkman’s history in handing down the stiff decision.  Some quarters believed that the penalties imposed by the Commissioner was too harsh.  Petron was even willing to give the temperamental yet effective import another chance.

With Balkman, Petron sits with 5-2 record which is good for 3rd place over-all.  The Blaze Boosters are just a game behind the Aces and 1/2 game behind the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters.  Balkman, a former NBA first round pick, is currently averaging 25 ppg, 13.4 rpg, 2.43 apg, 2 spg, and 2.71 bpg.  The ban on him will leave a big void to fill as the Blaze Boosters will play the streaking Rain or Shine Elasto Painters in their next game.

Commissioner Salud’s statement (via interaktv)

A video of the incident that triggered the ban has reached over 1,000,000 views in Youtube.  The news was also picked up by the international media.  Balkman’s agent Sheryl Reyes is worried that the ban will have negative implications on employment opportunities for her client in other parts of the world. In the video, Balkman is seen arguing the referees.  He pushed assistant coach Biboy Ravanes, teammates Ronald Tubid, and Arwind Santos.  In one of the most unusual scenes in the PBA, the import choked Santos before cooler heads were able to restrain him.

caloycomment: Carry on, Petron! Farewell, Renaldo Balkman!





2012 FIBA Asia Championships will be held in Manila

11 01 2013

The Philippines gained the right to host the 27th FIBA-Asia Championship after the FIBA Asia Executive Committee decided to move the venue from Lebanon due to the tense situation in Syria and the Middle East.  The tournament will be held on August 1-11, 2013.

FIBA Asia Secretary General Hagop Khajirian explained that the on-going civil war in Syria created the doubts for a successful staging of the biennial basketball tournament in his home country Lebanon.  The FIBA Asia tournament is the main qualifying tournament for Asian countries for the 2014 FIBA World Cup that will be held in Spain. The top 3 finishers of the 27th FIBA-Asia Championship will represent the continent in the World Cup that is held once every 4 years.

The Philippines has been a very vocal in its interest to host the prestigious qualifying tournament as the event was last held in Manila in 1973 during the 7th staging of the event. The officials of the Samahan ng Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) were very disappointed when FIBA Asia initially awarded the event to Lebanon.

The Philippines has now has a chance to redeem its disappointing 4th place finish in the last staging of the event which cost a chance to play at the 2012 London Olympics.

caloycomment: We not got the hosting rights.  Will we be able to assemble our strongest team ever? Will politics in the PBA prevent as from creating a strong line-up that can reach the finals.  Hopefully Manny Pangilinan and the San Miguel will form an unlikely alliance that will at least give the country a fair chance to qualify for the World Cup.  I am drooling now just trying to imagine how Jason Castro guards Chris Paul or how Arwind Santos stop Lebron James. It could happen… ;)





Talk ‘N Text complete Philippine Cup finals cast

5 01 2013

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The Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters will have a chance to go for a three-peat in Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Philippine Cup after beating Alaska in their best of 7 semifinal series, 4-2.  The Texters will be facing the defending Governor’s Cup titlist the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters.

The Texters won Game 6 with the score of 83-78.  The game was a tight affair as both teams were very disciplined in their defense.  The game was marked with several lead changes before the Tropang Texters pulled away in the last few minutes.  Jimmy Alapag, Kelly Williams, and Ali Peek combined to give the defending All-Filipino champions an 80-71 lead with barely four minutes left in the final period.  Jvee Casio gave some life to Alaska’s overachieving campaign with a 4-point play to trim the lead to just 5 points.  A lull scoring happened in the next possessions of either items as it was marked steals, blocked shots, turnovers, and some hurried shots. After Casio missed a three point attempt just over 20 seconds left in the game, the Alaska Aces were not able foul a TNT player allowing Talk ‘N Text to waste some seconds before the Aces stopped the clock.  With 15 seconds left, Alaska sent Alapag to the line and he obliged be calmly hitting 2 pressure-packed free throws to increase the lead to 82-75.  In Alaska’s possession, Dondon Hontiveros hit a three-point shot to trim the lead the 5.  The Aces fouled Ranidel de Ocampo who split his free throws for the final tally as the Texters scuttled Alaska’s final play.

Jason Castro topped the scoring for the Tropang Texters finishing with 16 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists.  Alapag and 3 others scored in double figures to backstop Castro.  Rookie sensation Calvin Abueva had a career-high 23 points along 13 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 1 block to lead the Aces.  Big men Gabby Espinas and Sonny Thoss combined for 24 points and 16 rebounds.  Alaska missed 11 free throws in the game and they allowed Talk ‘N Text to hit 9 long range bombs with 3 coming from Alapag.

The semifinal exit is somehow a big achievement for the rebuilding Aces after finishing near the bottom of the standings in all 3 conferences of last year.  The drafting of Calvin Abueva and acquisition of Jvee Casio has somehow reinvigorated the proud Uytengsu franchise.  Alaska is expected to be a tough contender in the next conferences and with more time together it will not be long that they will be gunning for their 14th title to move to solo second all-time behind the 19 by San Miguel.  Alaska is currently tied at second with the legendary but defunct Crispa franchise.

Talk ‘N Text will try to capture its 4th title in the last 7 conferences. The 3 past titles were with teams handled by now-national coach Chot Reyes.  The Tropang Texters are now being mentored by grand slam coach Norman Black who recently came back pro leagues after leading the Ateneo Blue Eagles to 5 consecutive championships in the UAAP.

The scores: 
TALK N’ TEXT 83 - Castro 16, Alapag 15, Dillinger 11, Williams 11, De Ocampo 11,Carey 6, Fonacier 5, Peek 5, Reyes 3, Raymundo 0, Aban 0.
ALASKA 78 - Abueva 23, Espinas 13, Thoss 11, Casio 10, Hontiveros 7, Baracael 6, Jazul 5, Baguio 3, Dela Cruz 0.
Quarters: 25-18, 42-41, 64-62, 83-78




2013 PBA Philippine Cup Semifinals: RoS finishes off San Mig Coffee in Game 6

3 01 2013
Rain or Shine Elasto Painters logo

Rain or Shine Elasto Painters is in the finals(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After failing to finish off rivals San Mig Coffee before 2012 ended, the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters made sure that they will start the new year with a big bang by beating the last San Miguel franchise left in this year’s Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Philippine Cup, 90-83.  The victory prevented a do or die game on Sunday.   The win also meant that the Welcoat franchise is going to its first ever Philippine Cup Finals.

The series loss is San Mig Coffee’s second straight defeat to Rain or Shine after they fell to practically the same team in last year’s Governor’s Cup finals.  Coach Yeng Guiao of the Elasto Painters has a chance to win his first ever title in the All-Filipino conference.  He lost in his other 2 appearances to Purefoods, the franchise that is now carrying the San Mig Coffee Brand.  Guiao looks to add to his 6 PBA titles and should he win the championship he will somehow complete a coaching career grand slam.

Game 6 was a very tight game as the Mixers took the lead at the end of the first two quarters.  Jeff Chan led a spirited rally in the 3rd period to turn a 4 point deficit at the half to a 3 point lead going to the payoff period.  The Painter’s hustle lead to multiple possessions and it was apparent that RoS had the fresher legs in the final quarter as they pulled away.    Peter June Simon singlehandedly tried to rally the Mixers by leading a 7-0 charge to trim a double digit deficit to just 4 points at 80-84 with less than 2 minutes left in the game.  Jervy Cruz quickly responded  for the Painters with an and 1 play to push the lead back to 7.  Chan increased the lead to 9 with less than 40 seconds to go.  Simon hit a three to make it a 2-possession game at 83-89.  The Mixers were forced to foul Beau Belga who managed to get a split for the final score as Chan stole the ball from Mark Barroca to end the game and best of seven series.

Chan led the winners with 27 big points.  He got great support from Paul Lee with 15, Jervy Cruz with 14, and Gabe Norwood with 10.  Simon topped the scoring with 29 while Marc Pingris and Joe DeVance combined for 29 for the Mixers.  James Yap had another mediocre game as he ended up with just 6 points and an unbelievable 20% Ft shooting (1 for 5). The series is probably one of the worst ever for Yap in his PBA career.

Rain or Shine will wait for the winner of the Talk ‘N Text vs. Alaska series. Game 6 of that match-up will be played tomorrow.  A game 6 victory by the defending champion Texters will pit them against the Painters for the 2013 Philippine Cup crown.

The scores:

RAIN OR SHINE 90 – Chan 27, Lee 15, Cruz 14, Norwood 10, Belga 7, Quinahan 5, Rodriguez 4, Tang 3, Arana 3, Ibanes 2, Tiu 0, Matias 0.

SANMIG COFFEE 83 – Simon 29, Pingris 15, Devance 14, Barroca 6, Intal 6, Yap 6, Reavis 4, Villanueva 3, Gaco 0, De Ocampo 0.

Quarters: 19-22, 48-52, 71-68, 90-83





22nd FIBA Asia Under 18 Championships Final Placings

27 08 2012
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200 px (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – Here are the final standings of the recently concluded FIBA Asia Under 18 Championships for men:

Gold – China

Silver- Korea

Bronze- Iran

4th – Japan

5th – Taiwan

6th – Philippines

7th – Lebanon

8th – Saudi Arabia

9th – Syria

10th – India

11th – Indonesia

12th – Bahrain

Mythical Five:

C Lee Jonghyun (Korea)

PF Wang Zhelin (China)

SF Vahid Dalirzahan (Iran)

SG Choi Junyong (Korea)

PG Luo Hanchen (China)








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