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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.

  



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Asian Championships U16 Final Standings
 1. Australia
 2. China
 3. N.Zealand
 4. Philippine.
 5. S.Korea
 6. Japan
 7. Iran
 8. Lebanon
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Matin AGHAJANPOUR
  (199-PF-1)
  Avg: 23.2
 1. Aghajanpour, IRI23.2 
 2. Singh, IND22.7 
 3. Sun, CHN20.6 
 4. Zanbaka, LEB20.1 
 5. Lin, TAI17.7 
 6. Tominaga, JPN17.5 
 7. Sotto, PHI16.8 
 8. Moon, KOR15.9 
 9. Dance, NZL15.8 
 10. Bhati, IND15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kai SOTTO
  (216-C-2)
  Avg: 13.5
 1. Sotto, PHI13.5 
 2. Singh, IND13.0 
 3. Jackson, AUS10.8 
 4. Tomar, IND10.0 
 5. Chen, TAI9.7 
 6. Moon, KOR8.9 
 7. Liang, MAC8.7 
 8. Lin, TAI8.7 
 9. Aghajanpour, IRI8.4 
 10. Cha, KOR8.0 
Assists Per Game
 Junseok YANG
  (179-G-1)
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Yang, KOR5.4 
 2. Vahedi, IRI5.2 
 3. Kawamura, JPN4.3 
 4. Padrigao, PHI4.2 
 5. Derakhshi, IRI3.8 
 6. Wigness, AUS3.8 
 7. Yokochi, JPN3.7 
 8. Nakamura, JPN3.7 
 9. Travers, AUS3.6 
 10. Chen, CHN3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Lin LIN
  (180-PG-1)
  Avg: 4.3
 1. Lin, TAI4.3 
 2. Derakhshi, IRI3.3 
 3. Wigness, AUS3.0 
 4. Vahedi, IRI2.8 
 5. Chang, TAI2.7 
 6. Sun, CHN2.6 
 7. Bahram, IRI2.6 
 8. Kim, KOR2.4 
 9. Zanbaka, LEB2.3 
 10. Noroozi, IRI2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Kai SOTTO
  (216-C-2)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Sotto, PHI2.5 
 2. Travers, AUS1.6 
 3. Yokochi, JPN1.2 
 4. Williamson, AUS1.2 
 5. Bhati, IND1.0 
 6. Singh, IND1.0 
 7. Agha, IRI1.0 
 8. Lazaro, PHI1.0 
 9. Swaka, AUS0.8 
 10. Cortez, PHI0.8 
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