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Asian Championships U16 2011 - Men Basketball



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Asian Championships U16 Final Standings
 1. China
 2. S.Korea
 3. Japan
 4. Philippines
 5. Iraq
 6. Lebanon
 7. Indonesia
 8. Saudi Arabia
 9. Taiwan
 10. India
 11. Qatar
 12. Vietnam
 13. Malaysia
 14. Uzbekistan

Asian Championships U16 2nd Stage Standings
Group E
1. China 5-0
2. S.Korea 4-1
3. Lebanon 2-3
4. Iraq 2-3
5. Taiwan 1-4
6. India 1-4
Group F
1. Philippines 5-0
2. Japan 4-1
3. Indonesia 3-2
4. S.Arabia 2-3
5. Qatar 1-4
6. Vietnam 0-5
Group Places 13-14
1. Malaysia 1-0
2. Uzbekistan 0-1

Asian Championships U16 1st Stage Standings
Group A
1. China 3-0
2. India 2-1
3. Taiwan 1-2
4. Malaysia 0-3
Group B
1. S.Korea 3-0
2. Lebanon 2-1
3. Iraq 1-2
4. Uzbekistan. 0-3
Group C
1. Japan 3-0
2. Qatar 1-2
3. S.Africa 0-0
4. Iran 0-2
Group D
1. Philippine. 2-0
2. Indonesia 1-1
3. Vietnam 0-2
Points Per Game
 Qi ZHOU
  (215-C-96)
  Avg: 19.9
 1. Zhou, CHN19.9 
 2. Sakar, KSA19.5 
 3. Bhamara, IND19.3 
 4. Salem, LEB17.2 
 5. Hamzah, IRQ17.0 
 6. Abdelkawy, QAT16.5 
 7. Saad, QAT15.5 
 8. Lu, TAI15.1 
 9. Heo, KOR15.1 
 10. Sugiura, JPN14.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Yudai BABA
  (190-F-95)
  Avg: 4
 1. Baba, JPN4.0 
 2. Zhou, CHN3.6 
 3. Nguyen Van, VIE3.0 
 4. Rivero, PHI3.0 
 5. Javelosa, PHI2.8 
 6. Saad, QAT2.7 
 7. Kosasih, IDN2.6 
 8. Sugiura, JPN2.5 
 9. Kim, KOR2.4 
 10. Alejandro, PHI2.2 
Assists Per Game
 Jiwei ZHAO
  (185-G-95)
  Avg: 4.1
 1. Zhao, CHN4.1 
 2. Kaneko, JPN4.0 
 3. Singh, IND4.0 
 4. Cani, PHI3.0 
 5. Zeinoun, LEB3.0 
 6. Nguyen, VIE3.0 
 7. Lee, KOR2.9 
 8. Alejandro, PHI2.8 
 9. Asilum, PHI2.8 
 10. Kakiuchi, JPN2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Ajay Pratap SINGH
  (193-F-95)
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Singh, IND3.1 
 2. Baba, JPN2.2 
 3. Zeinoun, LEB2.2 
 4. Lee, KOR2.1 
 5. Hamzah, IRQ1.9 
 6. Abdulqaer, IRQ1.9 
 7. Pan, TAI1.9 
 8. Abdelkawy, QAT1.8 
 9. Diputado, PHI1.7 
 10. Heading, PHI1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Abdulrahman SAAD
  (183-F-96)
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Saad, QAT5.5 
 2. Barnawi, KSA5.1 
 3. Nguyen Van, VIE4.9 
 4. Dawoud, QAT4.7 
 5. Baba, JPN4.4 
 6. Kosasih, IDN4.4 
 7. Nguyen Duy, VIE4.3 
 8. Singh, IND4.3 
 9. Zhou, CHN4.3 
 10. Abdelkawy, QAT3.5 
 


China clinch title in Nha Trang City (Photo: fibaasia.net)

2011 ROSTER
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Starting five
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Jiwei Zhao
Zhao
Ziyang Xu
Xu
Xiaopeng Guo
Guo
Junhao Lai
Lai
Bo Liu
Liu
#e#5
4 Zhao Jiwei 185-G-95 Bayi China
5 Xu Ziyang 188-PG-95
6 Yu Dehao 188-G-95
7 Yan Haoxin 90-G-95
8 Luo Kaiwen 198-F-95
9 Guo Xiaopeng 198-F-95 DongGuan China
10 Heng Yifeng 195-F-95
11 Liu Kaiqi 196-F-95
12 Lai Junhao 204-C-95
13 Zhou Qi 215-C-96 Liaoning China
14 Pan Ning 210-C-95 Shandong China
15 Liu Bo 204-F-96 DongGuan China

Wu QingLong Head Coach Shanxi Zh. China


Asia-Basket.com All-Asian U16 Championships 2011 Awards - Nov 1, 2011

Asia-Basket.com All-Asian U16 Championships 1st Team
#s#
Qi Zhou
Zhou
Jiwei Zhao
Zhao
Daiki Kaneko
Kaneko
Yudai Baba
Baba
#e#4

Best Player: Zhou Qi (215-C-96) of China
Best Guard: Zhao Jiwei (185-G-95) of China
Best Forward: Yudai Baba (190-F-95) of Japan
Best Center: Zhou Qi of China
Best Coach: Wu QingLong of China

1st Team
G: Zhao Jiwei (185-95) of China
G: Daiki Kaneko (170-95) of Japan
F: Kim Gookchan (193-96) of S.Korea
F: Yudai Baba (190-95) of Japan
C: Zhou Qi (215-96) of China

2nd Team
PG: Janhubert Cani (178-95) of Phillipines
G: Abdulaziz Sakar (183-95) of S. Arabia
G: Heo Hoon (181-95) of S. Korea
F: Abdulrahman Saad (183-96) of Qatar
C: Yusei Sugiura (194-95) of Japan

Honorable Mention
Rodolfo Alejandro (175-G-95) of Phillipines
Jordan Heading (185-G-96) of Phillipines
Jimmy Salem (190-G-95) of Lebanon
Albert Zeinoun (176-G-95) of Lebanon
Mohamed Abdelkawy (177-G-95) of Qatar
Rashleigh-Paolo Rivero (188-G-95) of Phillipines
Satnam Singh Bhamara (216-C-95) of India
Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) of India


China regain title in Nha Trang City - Oct 28, 2011
FINAL
China - South Korea 92-52
China proved their status as the main force at U16 level in Asia. They marched undefeated in Vietnam to defend their U16 Asia Championship title. And once again China dealt with South Korea in the rematch of 2009 Final. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) scored 43 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to lead the winners. China held their opponents to 8 points in the opening frame to pull in front. They grabbed a 7-point lead after ten minutes. China speeded things up in the second frame. They unloaded 25 points to take a 40:23 halftime lead. China stayed aggressive offensively after the big break. They erupted for 25 points in the third term to pile up a comfortable 65:42 lead with one quarter remaining. China never slowed down in the fourth term and breezed to the victory at the end. Yu Dehao (188-G-95) nailed 11 points, while Heng Yifeng (195-F-95) added 10 points in the victory. Heo Hoon (181-G-95) responded with 19 points for South Korea. Lee Woojung (185-F-95) netted 8 points in the loss.
3-4 place
Japan - Philippines 94-81
Japan clinched the Bronze medals at U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Philippines on the final day of the competition. Daiki Kaneko (170-G-95) nailed 25 points to pace the winners. Philippines looked more aggressive both offensively and defensively at the start of the game. They limited Japan to 11 points in the opening quarter to take a 5-point lead. Japan stepped on the gas in the second term and erased the deficit for a 32:31 lead at the interval. Japan developed on their success in the third term. Japan capped the frame on a 17:2 run to build a 62:42 lead with ten minutes to go. Philippines tried hard to come back into this one. They narrowed the deficit to 8 points but Japan stayed calm and sealed the victory at the end. Yusei Sugiura (194-C-95) posted 21 points, while Yudai Baba (190-F-95) added 17 points and 13 rebounds in the win. Janhubert Cani (178-PG-95) and Kyles Lao (183-G-95) responded with 16 points each for Philippines.
5-6 place
Lebanon - Iraq 60-76
Iraq claimed the fifth position at the U16 Asia Championship. They outscored Lebanon today to finish on a high note. Ahmed Razzaq (185-G-97) delivered 17 points for the winners. Iraq surged ahead early in the game. They outscored Lebanon 24:13 in the opening quarter. But Lebanon stopped the bleeding in the second term. They adjusted defensively and cut the deficit to 4 points at the interval 30:34. But the third term proved decisive. Iraqis held their opponents to 9 points and cleared off to an 11-point distance. Iraq increased the tempo in the fourth quarter and Lebanon failed to match. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) provided 12 points, while Farid Mahdi (190-F-95) added 11 points in the victory. Jimmy Salem (190-G-95) responded with game-high 19 points for Lebanon. Yaacoub Al Agha (206-C-95) nailed 9 points in the loss.
7-8 place
Saudi Arabia - Indonesia 47-52
Indonesia sneaked past Saudi Arabia on the final day of the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. The winners thus clinched the 7th overall position at the tournament. Muhammad Fahdani (185-F/C-96) scored 17 points to pace Indonesia. Saudi Arabia led by three points after ten minutes of action 14:11. They maintained the lead throughout the second frame. The Saudis established a 24:19 advantage at the interval. But Indonesia started to change the complexion of the encounter after the big break. They cut the deficit to only two points at the final intermission 32:34. Indonesia opened the final term on a 6:1 run to surge ahead. The margin quickly grew at 8-point mark and Indonesia rolled to the victory at the end. Bastian Sidabutar posted 10 points, while Hans Abraham (179-G-95) and Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) added 8 points each in the win. Saudi Arabia responded with 17 points from Raad Barnawi (185-G-95). Abdullah Musallam had 12 points in the loss.



China and South Korea to fight for crown in Nha Trang City - Oct 27, 2011
Semifinals
South Korea - Philippines 67-58
South Korea joined China in the Final of U16 Asia Championship. They fired past Philippines in the semifinal tonight. Heo Hoon (181-G-95) nailed 22 points in the victory. Philippines ensured the better start to the game. They eked out a 21:19 lead after ten minutes. But South Korea turned things around in the second frame. They held Philippines to just 8 points in the period and recorded a 37:29 halftime lead. The teams traded baskets throughout the third term. South Korea stayed in charge posting an 8-point lead with one quarter remaining. The Korean side held their opponents to just 8 points in the final stanza and sealed the victory. Kim Nakhyeon (180-G-95) and Kim Gookchan (193-F-96) delivered 16 points apiece for the winners. Renzar Asilum (173-PG-95) and Rodolfo Alejandro (175-G-95) posted 12 points each in the loss.

Japan - China 43-82
China marched into the U16 Asia Championship Final undefeated. They stunned Japan in the semifinal clash tonight to enter the championship game. China will defend their title against South Korea tomorrow. Zhao Jiwei (185-G-95) and Yan Haoxin (90-G-95) scored 18 points each to pace the winners. Japan will face Philippines for the Bronze medals on Friday. China unleashed 30 points to clear off in the opening frame. They entered the second term up by 16 points. Japan slowed their opponents down but could not get any closer. China posted a 44:27 halftime lead. China stiffened defence in the third quarter. They limited Japan to just 6 points in the quarter to take a 60:33 lead with one quarter remaining. China coasted to the victory in the final period. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) notched 15 points for the winners. Yusei Sugiura (194-C-95) responded with 19 points for Japan. Taisei Shirato (181-G-95) had 8 points in the loss.
5-8 place
Iraq - Indonesia 99-38
Iraq will play for the fifth position at U16 Asia Championship. They trounced Indonesia in the classification round tonight. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) and Alaa Mohammed (180-G-97) scored 18 points each for the winners. Iraq will take on Lebanon, while Indonesia will face Saudi Arabia for the seventh overall place. Iraq stunned their opponents in the first frame. They outscored Indonesia 25:10 in the starting ten minutes. Iraq unloaded 29 points in the second frame to establish a 54:20 halftime lead. Iraq maintained the lead throughout the second half. Indonesia never threatened the margin and had to surrender at the end. Farid Mahdi (190-F-95) notched 17 points in the winning effort. Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) answered with 10 points for Indonesia. Rizky Indraprasto (184-G-85) netted 7 points in the loss.

Lebanon - Saudi Arabia 76-43
Lebanon will play for the fifth place at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Saudi Arabia in the classification round tonight. Lebanon will face Iraq, while Saudi Arabia will play against Indonesia tomorrow. Lebanon opened the game aggressively. They grabbed a 21:12 lead after ten minutes of action. Lebanon stretched the gap in the second term. They established a 38:24 halftime lead. Lebanon cleared off to an unassailable margin in the third term. They recorded a 60:32 advantage with ten minutes remaining and never looked back en route to the win. Jimmy Salem (190-G-95) stepped up with 17 points for Lebanon. Gerard Hadidian (197-F-95) had 14 points for the winners. Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) notched 18 points for Saudi Arabia. Raad Barnawi (185-G-95) netted 8 points in defeat.
9-10 place
India - Taiwan 60-61
Lu Kuan-Hsuan (95) drained a triple with three seconds left in regulation to seal a narrow win of Taiwan over India at U16 Asia Championship classification round. The winners claimed the 9th overall position at the tournament. Wang I-Fan provided 17 points to pace the effort. India looked better early in the game. They grabbed a 16:11 lead after ten minutes of action. Taiwan bounced back in the second quarter. They cut the deficit at 2-point mark at the interval 32:34. The third term add woes to India. Taiwan held their opponents to 8 points to take a 7-point lead at the final break. But India erased the deficit and pulled ahead late in the game. They led by three points before Wang I-Fan nailed a free throw and then fed Lu Kuan-Hsuan for a three-pointer as Taiwan snatched a narrow win at the end. Wu You-Da (95) notched 11 points in the victory. Satnam Singh Bhamara (216-C-95) answered with 29 points for India. Rakesh Haryana had 10 points in the loss.
11-12 place
Vietnam - Qatar 58-59
Qatar celebrated a narrow win over Vietnam in the U16 Asia Championship classification round tonight. Qatar thus clinched the 11th position in the ladder. Vietnam almost completed comeback rally in the fourth frame but came up just short of victory at the end. Abdulrahman Saad (183-F-96) posted 20 points and 7 rebounds to lead the charge. Qatar held the hosts to 5 points in the opening frame taking an 8-point lead. Qatar continued to clear off in the second quarter. They recorded a 34:20 halftime lead. Vietnam stopped the rot in the third term. The home team cut the deficit to 12 points with ten minutes to go. Vietnam went on a desperate rally in the final quarter. The home team got within a single point with 32 second remaining. Tung Nguyen had a chance to put Vietnam in charge but missed two free throws and Qatar ran away with a narrow win at the end. Mohamed Abdelkawy (177-G-95) top-scored with 21 points for Qatar. Thong Nguyen Duy (180-F-95) answered with 20 points for Vietnam. Minh Do Duy (180-F-95) had 11 points in the loss.


China and Philippines enter quarterfinals undefeated - Oct 24, 2011
Group E
India - Iraq 64-72
Iraqi U16 National Team reached the Asian Championship playoffs. They held off India in the decisive game in Qualifying Round Group E. The victory propelled Iraq to 2-3 record and the fourth place in the ladder. India in the meantime fell at 1-4 record in the fifth position. Ahmed Razzaq (185-G-97) stepped up with 27 points to lead the charge. India and Iraq stayed close throughout the opening frame. India eked out a 15:14 lead after ten minutes of action. However Iraq stepped on the gas in the second frame. The Iraqis unloaded 26 points to take a 40:30 halftime lead. India stopped the rot in the third term. They stiffened their defence and cut the deficit to just 6 points at the final intermission. India erased the deficit midway through the fourth frame. But Ahmed Razzaq triggered an 11:3 run from Iraq that sealed their victory. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) provided 21 points for the winners. Satnam Singh Bhamara (216-C-95) responded with 32 points for India. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) added 10 points in the loss.

Taiwan - Lebanon 70-61
Taiwan celebrated the victory on the final day of the U16 Asia Championship Qualifying Round. They held off Lebanon to improve at 1-4 record in Group E. The victory however was not enough for Taiwan to advance into quarterfinals. Lebanon on the other hand slipped at 2-3 record and occupied the third place in the pool. Lebanon opened the game confidently. They led by five points after ten minutes of action 20:15. But Taiwan gradually picked up the tempo. They narrowed the gap to 3 points at the interval 31:34. Taiwan went on a 14:3 run in the third term to pull ahead. Taiwan entered the fourth frame up by 5 points 53:48. The margin quickly grew at 15-point mark and Taiwan never looked back en route to the victory. Yeh Wei-Chiao (95) stepped up with 24 points for Taiwan. Chen Po-Liang (96) added 11 points in the victory. Albert Zeinoun (176-G-95), Gerard Hadidian (197-F-95) and Ezzat El Kaissi (184-G-95) had 10 points each for Lebanon.

China - South Korea 73-42
China clinched the top spot in U16 Asia Championship Qualifying Round Group E. They beat previously undefeated South Korea to claim the position. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) scored 19 points to pace the defending champions to the sixth straight win. South Korea scored the first points in the game but it was the only time they led in this one. China answered with a 12:0 run and built a 20:10 lead ten minutes into the game. China maintained the advantage throughout the second quarter. They held South Korea to just 5 points in the period building a 38:15 halftime lead. China stayed in charge after the big break. They secured a 58:27 advantage with ten minutes to go. South Korea never threatened the margin as China coasted to the victory at the end. Heng Yifeng (195-F-95) nailed 11 points, while Liu Bo (204-F-96) added 10 points in the win. Kim Nakhyeon (180-G-95) responded with 13 points for South Korea. Kim Minki (197-C-95) nailed 8 points in the loss.
Group F
Qatar - Indonesia 54-57
Indonesia claimed the third spot in Qualifying Round Group F at U16 Asia Championship. They held off Qatar to improve at 3-2 record. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) stepped up with 13 points to pace the winners. Qatar slipped at 1-4 record outside the playoffs zone. The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. Indonesia eked out a 17:16 lead after ten minutes of action. They increased the tempo in the second frame. Indonesia held their opponents to just 9 points in the quarter taking a 34:25 halftime lead. But Qatar stopped the rot in the third term. They narrowed the margin to 5 points with ten minutes remaining. Indonesia regained a 9-point buffer midway through the fourth frame. Mohamed Abdelkawy drained a triple as Qatar pulled within three points with 34 seconds remaining. But the teams went scoreless in the reminder of the contest and Indonesia escaped with a narrow win at the end. Muhammad Fahdani (185-F/C-96) and Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) netted 11 points each, while Ramadhan added 10 points for the winners. Abdulrahman Saad (183-F-96) answered with 27 points for Qatar. Mohamed Abdelkawy notched 21 points in the losing effort.

Saudi Arabia - Vietnam 63-53
Saudi Arabia outscored Vietnam on the final day of the Qualifying Round at U16 Asia Championship. Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) knocked down 32 points to pace the winners. Saudi Arabia improved at 2-3 record, while Vietnam fell at 0-5 in Group F. Vietnam ensured arguably their best start at the tournament in the game. They outgunned Saudi Arabia 20:13 in the first ten minutes. But the Saudis bounced back in the next periods. They cut the deficit to just 3 points at halftime 31:34. Saudi Arabia denied the deficit in the third term. They drew things level at 44 at the final break. Saudi Arabia went on an 11:2 run at the start of the fourth frame to clear off. The hosts trimmed the margin to 6 points but Abdulaziz Sakar knocked down four points in a row late in regulation and sealed the victory for Saudi Arabia. Abdulathf Altamar (196-G/F-95), Abdullah Musallam and Raad Barnawi provided 9 points each for Saudi Arabia. Tu Nguyen Minh answered with 18 points for Vietnam. Thong Nguyen Duy (180-F-95) delivered 12 points in the loss.

Philippines - Japan 83-72


China, Japan, South Korea and Philippines stay undefeated in Nha Trang City - Oct 23, 2011
Group E
Iraq - Taiwan 78-73 OT
Iraq needed overtime to tame Taiwan on the second day of the Qualifying Round action at U16 Asia Championship. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) stepped up with 24 points to pace the winners. Iraq thus improved at 1-3 record, while Taiwan slipped at 0-4 in Group E. Iraq jumped to an early lead. They outscored Taiwan for a 20:13 lead after ten minutes. Taiwan slowed their opponents down in the second term. They trimmed the deficit to just 5 points at the interval 29:34. Taiwan got even closer in the third quarter. They trailed by four points in ten minutes remaining in regulation 48:52. Jen-Hao Liu drained a late three-pointer to level things up at 65 after forty minutes of action. However Iraq used an 8:0 run in the overtime to run away with a tough win. Farid Mahdi (190-F-95) delivered 19 points and 7 blocks, while Ismael Ismael (195-F/C-96) contributed 14 points for Iraq. Pan Siang-Ting (95) responded with 15 points for Taiwan. Yeh Wei-Chiao (95) had 13 points in the loss.

South Korea - India 76-68
South Korea kept their record spotless at the U16 Asia Championship. They held off India tonight to take 4-0 record in Qualifying Round Group E. Satnam Singh Bhamara (216-C-95) erupted for 41 points for India but it was not enough to stop the Korean unbeaten run. Heo Hoon (181-G-95) delivered 31 points to pace the winners. The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. South Korea eked out a 16:14 lead after ten minutes of action. India however surged ahead in the second quarter. They pulled in front for a 34:31 halftime lead. The roller-coaster action continued in the third term. South Korea erased the deficit and the teams entered the final stanza tied at 47. But the Korean side proved stronger in the final minutes. They dropped 29 points in the fourth period to snatch a tough win at the end. Kim Gookchan (193-F-96) posted 18 points for South Korea. Park Intae (203-C-95) added 9 points in the winning case. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) had 13 points for India in the loss.

Lebanon - China 42-88
China registered the fifth straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They shot down Lebanon to improve at 4-0 record on top of Group E. China will fight against one of their biggest rivals South Korea for the top place in the pool tomorrow. Lebanon fell at 2-2 record after the loss. China outscored their opponents 22:5 in the first ten minutes to clear off. They maintained the lead throughout the second and third periods. China stayed aggressive defensively limiting offensive options of Lebanon. China held their opponents to 9 points in the fourth frame marching to the victory at the end. Zhou Qi knocked down 16 points to pace China. Yu Dehao (188-G-95) and Yan Haoxin (90-G-95) added 12 points apiece in the winning effort. Jimmy Salem (190-G-95) responded with 14 points for Lebanon. Yaacoub Al Agha (206-C-95) nailed 6 points in the loss.
Group F
Indonesia - Japan 46-77
Japan maintained their perfect record at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Indonesia to climb at 4-0 record on top of Group F. Taisei Shirato (181-G-95) knocked down 21 points to lead the charge. Indonesia fell at 2-2 record after the loss. Japan strongly entered the encounter. They outscored Indonesia 19:9 in the opening ten minutes. Japan maintained the pressure in the second frame. The margin grew at 26-point mark at the interval 44:18. Japan unloaded 28 points in the third term to boost the gap. Indonesia however showed character in the final stanza. They limited Japan to just 5 points and cut the deficit to sweeten the pill at the end. Yusei Sugiura (194-C-95) posted 13 points, while Yudai Baba (190-F-95) added 12 points in the win. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) responded with 13 points for Indonesia. Muhammad Fahdani (185-F/C-96) had 10 points in the losing case.

Philippines - Saudi Arabia 100-42
Philippines stayed on the winning track at U16 Asia Championship. They stormed past Saudi Arabia tonight to grab 4-0 record on top of Group F.. Rashleigh-Paolo Rivero (188-G-95) stepped up with 17 points to pace the winners. Philippines dropped 28 points in the starting quarter to clear off. They piled up a 16-point lead after ten minutes. Philippines scored 25 points in the second frame to ensure a 43:27 halftime lead. Saudi Arabia could not change the complexion of the encounter after the big break. Philippines stayed in charge and recorded a 29-point lead at the final intermission. Philippines limited their opponents to just 5 points in the fourth quarter and sealed the victory at the end. Jordan Heading (185-G-96) provided 15 points, while Renzar Asilum and Adven Diputado produced 14 points apiece in the victory. Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) replied with 11 points for Saudi Arabia. Raad Barnawi (185-G-95) netted 9 points in the loss.

Vietnam - Qatar 66-69 OT
Qatar recorded an important win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Vietnam in overtime to improve at 1-3 record in Group F. Mohamed Abdelkawy (177-G-95) stepped up with 30 points to lead the visitors. Vietnam fell at 0-4 record after the loss. Vietnam led by a single point 14:13 after ten minutes. But Qatar tuned in offensively in the second term. They scored 23 points to pile up a 36:30 halftime lead. Vietnam reacted with a tight defence in the third term. They limited Qatar to just 5 points in the third term to ensure a 47:41 lead with ten minutes left in regulation. But Vietnam denied the deficit as Jason Tran (180-F-95) leveled things up at 56 at the end of forty minutes. Mohamed Abdelkawy scored 8 points in the extra frame and sealed the win for Qatar at the end. Abdulrahman Saad (183-F-96) notched 16 points, while Mohammed Dawoud (195-C-95) added 11 points and 7 assists in the victory. Jason Tran responded with 23 points for Vietnam. Thong Nguyen Duy chipped in 16 points in the losing effort.


Qualifying Round starts in Nha Trang City - Oct 22, 2011
Group E
Taiwan - South Korea 59-79
South Korea recorded the fourth straight win at the start of U16 Asia Championship. They toppled Taiwan to improve at 3-0 record on top of Group E. Kim Gookchan (193-F-96) scored 18 points to pace the effort. Taiwan fell at 0-3 record after the loss. South Korea jumped to a comfortable lead early in the game. They ensured a 22:12 lead ten minutes into the game. South Korea maintained the lead throughout the second term. They established a 40:26 halftime cushion. The Korean side stayed aggressive offensively. They unloaded 23 points in the third quarter to pile up a 20-point lead with one quarter remaining. The teams traded baskets throughout the final stanza as the Korean team marched to yet another victory. Yun Yeongbin (195-F/C-95) nailed 16 points, while Heo Hoon (181-G-95) contributed 14 points for South Korea. Kuan-Shiuan Lu answered with 13 points for Taiwan. Pan Siang-Ting (95) notched 11 points in the loss.

India - Lebanon 65-77
Lebanon entered the second stage of the U16 Asia Championship with victory. They shot down India behind 22 points from Jimmy Salem (190-G-95). Lebanon thus improved at 2-1 record in Group E. India on the other hand fell at 1-2 record. The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. Lebanon registered a 17:13 lead after ten minutes. But India picked up the slack in the second frame. They narrowed the deficit to just three points at the interval 31:34. But the third term proved the difference. Lebanon exploded with 29 points to clear off to a 16-point distance. India outscored their opponents in the fourth frame but could not rescue the encounter at the end. Albert Zeinoun (176-G-95) posted 21 points, while Gerard Hadidian (197-F-95) delivered 20 points in the victory. Loveneet Singh (178-G-95) replied with 16 points for India. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) had 12 points in the losing case.

China - Iraq 84-41
China maintained their perfect record at the U16 Asia Championship. The defending champions smashed Iraq to take 3-0 record in Group E. Zhao Jiwei (185-G-95) stepped up with 24 points to lead the charge. Iraq fell at 0-3 record after the defeat. China outscored their opponents 22:10 in the starting quarter. They stayed in charge throughout the second term. The reigning champions posted a 41:21 halftime lead. China mounted the pressure in the third term. They unleashed 28 points to arrive at the final intermission up by as many as 38 points 69:31. China never looked back afterwards coasting to the victory at the end. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) delivered 11 points, while Xiaopeng Guo knocked down 9 points in the win. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) replied with 13 points for Iraq. Ahmed Razzaq had 8 points in the loss.
Group F
Saudi Arabia - Indonesia 65-70
Indonesia opened the Second Stage of the U16 Asia Championship with victory. They defeated Saudi Arabian counterparts to take 2-1 record in Group E. Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) provided 20 points for the winning team. Saudi Arabia got to the better start. They limited Indonesia to just 10 points in the opening frame to take a 4-point lead. But Indonesia slowly changed the complexion of the encounter. They trimmed the deficit to just two points at the interval 25:27. Indonesia finally pulled ahead in the third quarter. They headed into the fourth frame up by a single point 45:44. The teams were tied at 57 with under three minutes remaining. Taufik Ramadhan (184-F-95) and Vincent Kosasih then followed with four points in a row to give Indonesia a lead. The margin grew then to 7 points and Indonesia ran away with the victory at the end. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) notched 16 points, while Taufik Ramadhan had 12 points in the win. Raad Barnawi (185-G-95) responded with 17 points, while Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) topscored for Saudi Arabia with 18 points.

Qatar - Philippines 28-107
Philippines registered the third win in a row at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They battered Qatar to improve at 3-0 record in Qualifying Round Group F. Six played scored in double digits for the winners. Jordan Heading (185-G-96) and Janhubert Cani (178-PG-95) provided 15 points each to pace Philippines. Qatar fell at 0-3 record after the loss. Philippines did not waste time as they surged ahead right from the start. They erupted for 36 points in the opening quarter to secure a 30-point lead after ten minutes. Philippines stayed in charge throughout the second quarter. They posted a 56:10 lead at the interval. Philippines did not slow down after the big break. They nailed 29 points in the third quarter to clear off to a comfortable 65-point distance and cruised to the victory at the end. Adven Diputado (173-PG-95) netted 14 points in the win. Mohammed Dawoud (195-C-95) answered with 10 points for Qatar. Mohamed Abdelkawy had 7 points in the loss.

Japan - Vietnam 97-36
Japan registered the fourth straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They bumped Vietnam to take 3-0 record in the Qualifying Round Group F. Yudai Baba (190-F-95) knocked down 17 points to pace the winners. Japan shocked the hosts in the first half. Japan limited Vietnam to just 6 points in twenty minutes to record a 52:6 lead at the interval. Japan scored eagerly after the big break. They unloaded 29 points in the third term to enjoy an insurmountable 60-point lead with ten minutes remaining. Vietnam slowed down the visitors in the fourth quarter to sweeten the pill at the end. Kenta Yamamoto (194-C-95) notched 16 points for Japan. Yoshitomo Chikui (185-F-95) had 13 points in the victory. Jason Tran (180-F-95) answered with 9 points for Vietnam. Thong Nguyen Duy delivered 7 points in the loss.
13-14 place
Malaysia - Uzbekistan 78-30
Malaysia clinched the 13th place at the U16 Asia Championship. They held off Uzbekistan in the final game of the tournament for both teams. Eng Keng (186-F-95) nailed 20 points to lead the effort. Malaysia and Uzbekistan got to a slow start. They teamed up for just 17 points in the first frame as Malaysia eked out an 11:6 lead. They maintained the advantage throughout the second term. Moreover Malaysia stretched the gap to as many as 14 points at the interval 31:17. Uzbekistan could not change the complexion of the clash after the big break. Malaysia established a 30-point buffer with ten minutes remaining. They held Uzbekistan to only 8 points in the fourth stanza and sealed the winning outcome. Kwong Lee (179-G-95) delivered 15 points for Malaysia. Yik Sim (179-G-95) netted 13 points in the win. Farrukhjon Muratov (185-G-95) answered with 12 points fo rUzbekistan. Artur Ovanesov (192-F-95) and Bogdan Erofeev (195-F-95) notched 4 points each in the loss.


Preliminary Round ends in Nha Trang City - Oct 20, 2011
Group A
Malaysia - China 30-91
China continued to march on unbeaten at the U16 Asia Championship. The defending champions fired past Malaysia to record their third straight win at the tournament. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) scored 16 points to lead the charge. Malaysia on the other hand suffered the third loss in a row and occupied the fourth place in Group A standings. China scored 29 points in the opening quarter to run away. They secured an 18-point lead after ten minutes of action. China maintained the advantage throughout the second quarter. They posted a 46:21 lead at the interval. More to come as China limited Malaysia to just 6 points in the third term and boosted the gap to as many as 36 points with one quarter remaining. China finished the game in style outscoring Malaysia 28:3 in the fourth period and celebrating yet another win at the tournament. Heng Yifeng (195-F-95) knocked down 14 points, while Yan Haoxin (90-G-95) added 11 points in the win. Eng Keng (186-F-95) replied with 9 points. Kwong Lee (179-G-95) produced 7 points in the loss.

Taiwan - India 52-73
India proved too good for Taiwan on the final day of the preliminary action at the U16 Asia Championship. India thus improved at 2-1 record and occupied the second position in Group A ladder. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) delivered 25 points in the victory. Taiwan fell at 1-2 record in the third position in the ladder. India used a strong first quarter to clear off. They piled up a 21:8 lead ten minutes into the encounter. The teams traded baskets throughout the second quarter. India stayed in front posting a 39:26 halftime lead. Taiwan failed to change the complexion of the game after the big break. India arrived at the final break up by 16 points 57:41. India did not loosen the grasp and rallied to the victory at the end. Karthickeyan Saminathan (188-G-95) notched 18 points, while Loveneet Singh (178-G-95) added 12 points in the victory. Kuan-Shiuan Lu answered with 15 points for Taiwan. Wang I-Fan notched 11 points in the loss.
Group B
Lebanon - Iraq 75-68
Lebanon recorded the second win at the U16 Asia Championship. They held off Iraqi counterparts to improve at 2-1 record in Group B. Iraq on the other hand slipped at 1-2 record as both teams made it into the Qualifying Round. Gerard Hadidian (197-F-95) notched 28 points and 7 rebounds to pace the winners. Iraq ensured the better start to the game. They led by as many as 9 points after ten minutes of action 23:14. However Lebanon answered with a suffocating defence in the second term. They limited Iraq to just 5 points and registered a 32:28 halftime lead. Lebanon unloaded 27 points in the third quarter to boost the lead to 10 points with ten minutes remaining. Iraq kept the pressure on Lebanon in the fourth quarter but came up short of victory at the end. Ezzat El Kaissi posted 18 points, while Albert Zeinoun (176-G-95) notched 12 points for the winners. Ahmed Razzaq (185-G-97) answered with 17 points for Iraq. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) nailed 14 points in the losing effort.

Uzbekistan - South Korea 29-120
South Korea registered the third straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Uzbekistan to clinch top spot in Group B. Kim Gookchan (193-F-96) scored 16 points to pace well-balanced effort from the Korean side. Uzbekistan fell at 0-3 record at the bottom of the ladder. South Korea unloaded 34 points in the opening frame to take a 30-point lead at the first break. South Korea maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. They recorded a 52:10 halftime advantage. South Korea did not slow down the tempo in the second half. They erupted for as many as 40 points in the fourth quarter to celebrate a confident win at the end. Shin Mincheol (187-F-96) produced 13 points, while three more players delivered 12 points each in the win. Ruslan Bokhodirov (215-C-95) answered with 11 points for Uzbekistan. Farrukhjon Muratov (185-G-95) had 8 points in the losing effort.
Group C
Japan - Qatar 119-55
Group D
Philippines - Vietnam 111-25
Philippines stayed undefeated at the start of U16 Asia Championship. They breezed past hosting Vietnam to clinch the top spot in Group D. Rashleigh-Paolo Rivero (188-G-95) stepped up with 20 points to lead the visitors. Vietnam fell at 0-2 record but made it into the Qualifying Round of the tournament. Philippines unloaded 32 points in the first frame to post a 21-point advantage. They limited the hosts to just 6 points in the second term to establish a comfortable 59:17 halftime lead. Philippines maintained the pressure in the second half. They accumulated a massive 83:22 advantage with one quarter remaining. Philippines never looked back and cruised to the victory at the end. Jordan Heading (185-G-96) delivered 17 points, while Michael Javelosa (193-G/F-95) contributed 16 points in the winning case. Jason Tran (180-F-95) and Tung Nguyen (173-G-95) answered with 5 points each for Vietnam.


Results and Stats from Day 2 in a Trang City - Oct 19, 2011

Group A
China U16 - Taiwan U16 75:44
China registered the second consecutive win at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They outscored Taiwan on the second day of the tournament. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) stepped up with 24 points to pace the winners. Taiwan fell at 1-1 record after the loss.
The teams stayed close early in the encounter but China pulled ahead to take a 17:12 after ten minutes of action. The defending champions kept their opponents at bay throughout the second term. China recorded a 38:28 lead at the interval. China cleared off in the third frame. They established a 21-point lead at the final break 58:37. Taiwan managed just 7 points in the final quarter as China cruised to the victory at the end. Xiaopeng Guo notched 20 points, while Pan Ning (210-C-95) had 10 points for the winners. Wang I-Fan (95) responded with 13 points for Taiwan. Kuan-shiuan Lu delivered 10 points in the losing case.

China U16: Zhou Qi 24, Xiaopeng Guo 20, Pan Ning 10
Taiwan U16: Wang I-Fan 13, Kuan-shiuan Lu 10

India U16 - Malaysia U16 93:40
India U16 registered the first win at the Asian Championship in Vietnam. They toppled Malasia in Group A tonight. Karthickeyan Saminathan (188-G-95) delivered 18 points to pace the winners. Malaysia suffered the second straight defeat at the tournament.
It was all over for Malaysia after the starting frame. They went scoreless in the opening ten minutes to face a 17-point deficit. India mounted the pressure and cleared off to a 34:8 distance at the interval. More to come in the third frame. India stayed calm and executed well on the way to a 64:23 lead at the final break. India never looked back afterwards marching to the initial win at the end. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) knocked down 17 points in the winning case. Zhi Hao Tan answered with 11 points for Malaysia. Eng Hong Keng had 7 points in the loss.

India U16: Karthickeyan Saminathan 18, Ajay Pratap Singh 17, Loveneet Singh (178-G-95) 16
Malaysia U16: Zhi Hao Tan 11, Eng Hong Keng 7

Group B
South Korea U16 - Lebanon U16 91:65

South Korea earned the second win in a row at the start of the U16 Asia Championship. They fired past Lebanon to improve at 2-0 record on top of Group B. Heo Hoon scored 23 points to lead the winners. Lebanon suffered the first defeat at the tournament.
South Korea showed their ambitions early in the game. They outgunned Lebanon 34:10 in the opening ten minutes. South Korea stayed in charge throughout the second term. They registered a comfortable 53:23 halftime lead. The Korean team did not slow down after the big break. They boosted the gap to as many as 37 points at the final intermission. Lebanon did not surrender easily as they picked up the tempo in the fourth frame. They trimmed the deficit but obviously had little chance to save the game at the end. Park Intae provided 16 points, while Yun Yeongbin (195-F/C-95) contributed 15 points for the winners. Gerard Hadidian answered with 22 points for Lebanon. Jimmy Salem finished with 15 points in the loss.

South Korea U16: Heo Hoon 23, Park Intae 16, Yun Yeongbin 15
Lebanon U16: Gerard Hadidian 22, Jimmy Salem 15

Iraq U16 - Uzbekistan U16 100:32
Iraq recorded the first win at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They overcame Uzbekistan to improve at 1-1 record in Group B. Uzbekistan fell at 0-2 record after the loss.
Iraq set the tone early in the encounter. They erupted for 33 points in the starting frame to take a 27-point lead. Iraq maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. They recorded a 59:13 lead at the interval. The teams went scoreless in the third quarter. But Iraq exploded with 41 points in the fourth frame to seal the victory at the end. Dhulfiqar Ali (185-G-96) scored 21 points to pace the winners. Ali Ahmed added 20 points in the winning case. Farukhjon Muratov answered with 11 points for Uzbekistan. Ruslan Bokhodirov had 6 points in the losing effort.

Iraq U16: Dhulfiqar Ali 21, Ali Ahmed 20, Karrar Hamzah 13
Uzbekistan U16: Farukhjon Muratov 11, Ruslan Bokhodirov 6

Group C
Japan - Iran 20:0


Saudi Arabia U16 - Qatar U16 85:47
Saudi Arabia registered the first win at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They fired past Qatar in Group C action. Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) ailed 29 points as Saudi Arabia improved at 1-1 record. Qatar in the meantime slipped at 0-2 record after the loss.
Saudis exploded with 34 points in the first frame to clear off. They entered the second term up by as many as 17 points. They limited Qatar to just 6 points in the second frame. Saudi Arabia posted a massive 32-point halftime lead. Saudi Arabia stayed in charge throughout the third quarter. They secured an insurmountable 45-point cushion before the fourth quarter and cruised to the victory at the end. Raad Barnawinailed 15 points, while Abdullah Musallam provided 14 points for the winners. Mohammed Dawoud (195-C-95) esponded with 15 points for Qatar. Mohamed Abdelkawy netted 13 points in the loss.

Saudi Arabia U16: Abdulaziz Sakar 29, Raad Barnawi 15, Abdullah Musallam 14
Qatar U16: Mohammed Dawoud 15, Mohamed Abdelkawy 13

Group D
Philippines U16 - Indonesia U16 93:30
Philippines opened win count at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They drubbed Indonesia in the opener. Rodolfo Alejandro (175-G-95) nd Kyles Jefferson posted 15 points each to pace the winners. Indonesia on the other hand suffered the first defeat at the tournament and fell at 1-1 record.
Philippines looked dominant from start to finish. They posted a 27:9 lead ten minutes into the game. The margin grew at 56:13 mark at the interval. Philippines continued to keep the pressure high in the second half. They rallied to a confident 78:22 lead with ten minutes remaining. Philippines never looked back afterwards cruising to the victory at the end. Paolo Rashleigh and Isaac George provided 9 points each in the win. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) answered with 9 points for Indonesia. Ritzky Indraprasto had 6 points in the loss.

Philippines U16: Rodolfo Alejandro 15, Kyles Jeffers 15, Paolo Rashleigh 9, Isaac George 9
Indonesia U16: Hans Abraham 9, Rizky Indaprasto 6


Results and Stats from Day 1 in Nha Trang City - Oct 18, 2011

Group A
China U16 - India U16 64:27
China opened their U16 Asia Championship title defence with victory. They held off India in Group A encounter. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) stepped up with 15 points to lead the effort.
China went on an 8:0 run late in the opening frame to take a 16:6 lead. The defending champions limited their opponents to just 4 points in the second quarter to take a 31:10 advantage. India scored three points in the third term to face a massive 13:46 deficit before the fourth stanza. China never slowed down and rolled to a confident win at the end. Xiaopeng Guo finished with 14 points for the winners. Loveneet Ludhiana answered with 9 points for India. Bhaupur Haryana netted 6 points in the loss.

China U16: Zhou Qi 15, Xiaopeng Guo 14, Pan Ning (210-C-95) 8
India U16: Loveneet Ludhiana 9, Bhaupur Haryana 6

Taiwan U16 - Malaysia U16 71:37
Taiwan posted the initial win at the U16 Fiba Asia Championship.. They outgunned Malaysia in Group A clash. Kuan-Shiuan Lu stepped up with 22 points to pace the winning team.
It was quite a well-matched battle in the opening frame. Taiwan eked out a narrow 15:10 lead ten minutes into the encounter. Taiwan increased the tempo in the second quarter. They established a 37:21 lead at the interval. Taiwan limited Malaysia to just 2 points in the third term to clear off. They entered the fourth period up by as many as 29 points and coasted to the victory at the end. Wu You-Da (95) chipped in 10 points for Taiwan. Pan Siang-Ting (95) had 8 points in the victory. Hong Kang Tan and Eng Hong Keng notched 5 points each in the loss.

Taiwan U16: Kuan-Shiuan Lu 22, Wu You-Da 10, Pan Siang-Ting 8
Malaysia U16: Hong Kang Tan 5, Eng Hong Keng 5

Group B
Lebanon U16 - Uzbekistan U16 108:21
Lebanon opened their U16 Asia Championship campaign in style. They rallied past Uzbekistan in Group B. Jimmy Salem stepped up with 25 points to top-score for the winners.
It was all over for Uzbekistan in the first half. Lebanon limited their opponents to just 5 points in the first 20 minutes to establish a comfortable 57:5 lead. Lebanon stayed aggressive defensively in the second half. They erupted for 29 points in the third quarter to pile up a 67-point buffer heading into the fourth frame. Lebanon did not slow down in the fourth frame cruising to the victory at the end. Ezzat El Kaissi recorded 15 points, while Marc Kourjan added 13 points in the winning case. Farrukhjon Muratov responded with 8 points for Uzbekistan.

Lebanon U16: Jimmy Salem 25, Ezzat El Kaissi 15, Marc Kourjan 13
Uzbekistan U16: Farrukhjon Muratov 8

Iraq U16 - South Korea U16 70:73
South Korea enjoyed the first win at the U16 Fiba Asia Championship in Vietnam. They outscored Iraqi counterparts in Group B. Nakh-yeon Kim delivered 25 points to lead the charge. Iraq quickly surged in front in this one. They recorded a 19:13 lead ten minutes into the encounter. But South Korea adjusted their offence in the second frame. The Korean side unloaded 21 points to take a 34:30 halftime lead. Iraq went off the dressing room recharged. They went on an impressive 28:11 rally to ensure a comfortable 13-point lead before the fourth term. However South Korea found the way to rebound. They capped the regulation on a 13:6 run to snatch a tough win at the end. Gook-Chan Kim provided 21 points, while Yeong-Bin Yun netted 12 points in the victory. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) answered with 21 points for Iraq. Ali Abdullhussein notched 14 points in the loss.

Iraq U16: Karrar Hamzah 21, Ali Abdullhussein 14
South Korea U16: Nakh-Yeon Kim 25, Gook-Chan Kim 21, Yeong-Bin Yun 12

Group C
Japan U16 - Saudi Arabia U16 86:36
Japan victoriously opened 2nd Fiba Asia Championship in Vietnam. They overcame Saudi Arabia in Group C opener. Taisei Shirato scored 18 points to lead the winners.
Japan quickly jumped in front. They registered a 20:8 lead after ten minutes of action. The margin grew at 26-point mark 43:17. Japan maintained the lead easily throughout the second half. They built a 35-point buffer at the final intermission and never looked back en route to the victory. Keita Shinkawa, Yasunori Aoki and Yudai Baba accounted for 11 points each for Japan. Saleh Hansawi responded with 13 points for Saudi Arabia. Abdulaziz Sakar netted 9 points in the losing effort.

Japan U16: Taisei Shirato 18, Keita Shinkawa 11, Yasunori Aoki 11, Yudai Baba 11
Saudi Arabia U16: Saleh Hansawi 13, Abdulaziz Sakar 9

Qatar U16 - Iran U16 20:0

Group C
Vietnam U16 - Indonesia U16 61:75
Indonesia celebrated the first win at the 2nd Asia Championship. They prevailed against hosting Vietnam in Group D opener. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) stepped up with 18 points to pace the visitors.
Indonesia outscored the hosts 25:12 in the first quarter. The visitors maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. Indonesia ensured a 38:25 halftime lead. Indonesia used a 14:1 run midway through the third quarter to take a 58:33 lead. They entered the fourth frame up by as many as 23 points. Vietnam showed character cutting the deficit in the fourth stanza but never threatened the gap. Rizky Indaprasto contributed 14 points for Indonesia. Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) added 11 points in the victory. Thong Nguyen Duy replied with 17 points for Vietnam. Jason Tran produced 12 points in the losing effort.

Vietnam U16: Thong Nguyen Duy 17, Jason Tran 12
Indonesia U16: Hans Abraham 18, Rizky Indaprasto 14, Vincent Kosasih 11

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