FIBA Asia Championship 2007

Infobox FIBA tourney
continent = Asia
year = 2007

size = 130
caption = Official logo of the FIBA Asia Championship 2007
host = Japan
dates = July 28 - August 5
teams = 16
federations = 44
venues = 2
cities = 1
champions = Iran
title_number = 1
mvp =
ppg_p = flagicon|SYR Madanly (33.1)
ppg_t = bk|Syria (95.3)
rpg_p = flagicon|SYR Tamer (10.6)
rpg_t = bk|Syria (41.7)
apg_p = flagicon|IND Kadam (4.0)
apg_t = bk|Japan (15.5)
website = [http://www.fiba.com/pages/eng/fe/07/fibaAsia/men/index.asp FIBA Asia Championship 2007]
:"For the women's championship, see FIBA Asia Championship for Women 2007."The 2007 FIBA Asia Championship for Men is the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the men's basketball tournament at the 2008 Summer Olympics at Beijing. The tournament was held in Tokushima, Japan from July 28 to August 5, 2007.

Participating teams qualified through the previous edition of this tournament and others through regional qualifiers. Since China is assured of an automatic berth at the 2008 Olympics as the host nation, the champions will automatically qualify while the two best teams excluding China qualifies for FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 2008.

Iran won their first championship after beating 2-time silver medalists Lebanon, 74-69. Korea upended Kazakhstan to clinch third place, and the last Asian birth in the FIBA pre-Olympic tournament, together with Lebanon.

Qualifying

Japan qualified automatically as hosts, while the top five finishers of FIBA Asia Championship 2005 qualified automatically.

The different FIBA Asia subzones were given berths as follows:Note: ASTY means "Attractive Space in Tokushima Yamashiro"

Referees

*flagicon|LTU Romualdas Brazauskas
*flagicon|GRE Nikolaos Zavlanos

Preliminary round (Group stage)

basketballbox|bg=#eee |date=July 28 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |time=3:45 p.m.
teamA= bk-rt|UAE|scoreA=66
teamB= bk|JPN|scoreB=109
Q1=11-32 |Q2=15-26 |Q3=24-24 |Q4=16-27
basketballbox|bg=#eee |date=July 28 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |time=8:15 p.m.
teamA= bk-rt|LIB|scoreA=104
teamB= bk|KUW|scoreB=59
Q1=19-14 |Q2=29-15 |Q3=31-8 |Q4=25-22
basketballbox|date=July 29 |place=Tokushima Municipal Gymnasium, Tokushima |time=11:15 a.m.
teamA= bk-rt|KUW|scoreA=68
teamB= bk|UAE|scoreB=69
Q1=20-16 |Q2=18-16 |Q3=13-15 |Q4=17-22
basketballbox|date=July 29 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |time=3:45 p.m.
teamA= bk-rt|JPN|scoreA=77
teamB= bk|LIB|scoreB=67
Q1=16-21 |Q2=16-18 |Q3=20-21 |Q4=25-7
basketballbox|bg=#eee |date=July 30 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |time=11:15 p.m.
teamA= bk-rt|UAE|scoreA=64
teamB= bk|LIB|scoreB=106
Q1=3-34 |Q2=28-23 |Q3=19-31 |Q4=14-18
basketballbox|bg=#eee |date=July 30 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |time=8:15 p.m.
teamA= bk-rt|JPN|scoreA=101
teamB= bk|KUW|scoreB=48
Q1=18-14 |Q2=29-3 |Q3=28-15 |Q4=26-16

Group C

The top 2 teams in Groups I and II advance to the championship playoffs; the bottom two advance to the 5th-place playoffs.

The teams in Groups III and IV will meet the team with same rank in the quarterfinals to dispute the 9th-16th places.

Group E

basketballbox|time=9:00 a.m. |date=July 31 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |bg=#eee
teamA=bk-rt|PHI |scoreA=107
teamB=bk|SYR |scoreB=100 (OT)
Q1=18-24 |Q2=17-14 |Q3=30-27 |Q4=24-24 |OT=18-11
basketballbox|time=11:15 a.m. |date=July 31 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |bg=#eee
teamA=bk-rt|KUW |scoreA=72
teamB=bk|IND |scoreB=68
Q1=23-27 |Q2=13-11 |Q3=15-14 |Q4=21-16
basketballbox|time=9:00 a.m. |date=August 1 |place=Tokushima Municipal Gymnasium, Tokushima
teamA=bk-rt|PHI |scoreA=104
teamB=bk|IND |scoreB=69
Q1=25-18 |Q2=22-23 |Q3=35-14 |Q4=22-14
basketballbox|time=11:15 a.m. |date=August 1 |place=Tokushima Municipal Gymnasium, Tokushima
teamA=bk-rt|SYR |scoreA=109
teamB=bk|KUW |scoreB=69
Q1=29-12 |Q2=19-17 |Q3=32-14 |Q4=29-26
basketballbox|time=9:00 a.m. |date=August 2 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |bg=#eee
teamA=bk-rt|PHI |scoreA=89
teamB=bk|KUW |scoreB=58
Q1=23-10 |Q2=23-10 |Q3=27-27 |Q4=16-11|
basketballbox|time=11:15 a.m. |date=August 2 |place=Asty Tokushima, Tokushima |bg=#eee
teamA=bk-rt|IND |scoreA=54
teamB=bk|SYR |scoreB=105
Q1=14-34 |Q2=14-13 |Q3=10-37 |Q4=16-21

Group H

tatistical leaders

Points
# Michael Madanly 33.1
# Fadi El Khatib 27.3
# Chen Hsin-an 18.1
# Rashiem Wright 18.1
# Anton Ponomarev 17.6col-3

Rebounds
# Wissam Yakoub Tamer 10.6
# Hamed Haddadi 9.6
# Ha Seung-Jin 9.1
# Joe Vogel 8.9
# Michael Madanly 8.1col-3

Assists
# Sambhaji Kadam 4.0
# Sam Daghlas 3.1
# Poon Chi Ho 3.1
# Kim Seung Hyun 2.9
# Yang Dong-Geun 2.9col-endcol-startcol-2

Total points
# Michael Madanly 232
# Fadi El Khatib 218
# Chen Hsin-an 145
# Rashiem Wright 145
# Anton Ponomarev 141col-2

Double-doubles
# Hamed Haddadi 3
# Ha Seung-Jin 3
# Michael Madanly 3
# Joe Vogel 3
# Wissam Yakoub Tamer 3

References

ee also

*FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2007 - the championship for club teams.

External links

*en icon [http://www.fiba.com/pages/eng/fe/07/fibaAsia/men/index.asp FIBA Asia Championship 2007 official website]
*jp icon [http://fiba-asia24.jp/ FIBA Asia Championship 2007 official website]
* [http://www.fibaasia.net FIBA Asia official website]


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