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China defend the title in Tehran - Oct 4, 2013


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China - Philippines 85-78
China defend the title at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Philippines 85:78 in the Final game and became the Champion of the tournament. Both teams together with Japan fetched the ticket to the 2014 FIBA World U17 Championship to be played in Dubai from June 26-July 6 2014. China opened the game with a 24-20 lead and added 18-15 run in the second frame. Philippines managed to seal the victory in the third period 20-17 and reduced to 4 points entering the last stanza. China however needed a 26-23 rally in the last stanza to take the trophy in Tehran. In 2011 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 overcame South Korea 92:52. Zhao Ye (198-F-97) top-scored for the winners with 25 points and Fu Hao (206-C-98) collected 22 points and 18 rebounds. Xu Mingzhi posted 14, whilst Hu Jinqiu (208-C-97) added 12 points and 15 rebounds. Jose Lorenzo Mendoza (175-PG-98) answered with 20 points in defeat and Nieto Michael Joseph nailed 13. Desiderio Andres Paul shot 11, whilst Escoto Richard put up 7.

3-4 Place
Japan - Taiwan 85-72
Japan clinch Bronze in Tehran at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Taiwan 85:72 in the game for the third place and stepped up on pedestal. Japan also fetched the ticket to the 2014 FIBA World U17 Championship to be played in Dubai from June 26-July 6 next year. Japan started the game with a 25-19 lead and added massive 20-12 rally in the second period. Taiwan did their best to recover and came up with a 20-14 run in the third quarter. Japan however closed the game with a 26-21 run and won the game by 13 points. Maki Hayato top-scored for the winners with 23 points and Hachimura Rui nailed 21. Gen Hiraiwa (198-C-97) poured in 15, whilst Maeta Satoru had 10. Hsu Cheng-Shun (184-G-97) ended up with 18 points and 17 rebounds, whilst Tu Ssu-Han (177-G-97) notched 14. Wu Yen-Ju poured in 13 and Chan Chun brought 10.

5-6 Place
South Korea - Iran 66-53
South Korea celebrated victory in their U16 Asia Championship finale. They held off hosting Iran to occupy the 5th overall position. Iran eked out an 18:16 lead after the starting quarter. South Korea denied the deficit and surged ahead in the second term. The Korean side posted a 38:33 halftime advantage. Iran struggled to get closer throughout the third period. South Korea piled up a 56:46 lead at the final term. Iran scored just 7 points in the fourth period and had to surrender at the end. Park Minuk (185-F-98) netted 18 points for South Korea. Kwon Hyeokjoon (175-PG-97) had 15 points and 9 rebounds for the winners. Behrooz Razeghin (180-G-97) responded with 16 points for Iran. Seyed Abolfazl Seyedi chipped in 13 points in the losing effort.

7-8 Place
Kazakhstan - Bahrain 97-42
Kazakhstan claimed the victory in their final game at the U16 Asia Championship. They outgunned Bahrain to secure the 7th position. Andrey Litvinenko (190-F-97) posted 19 points and 12 rebounds in the victory. Kazakhstan held Bahrain to 8 points in the opening frame. They built a 7-point advantage. Kazakhstan stepped on the gas in the second term scoring 28 points. They established a 43:23 halftime advantage. Kazakhstan maintained the tempo throughout the second half. The margin grew at 34-point mark at the final intermission and never looked back en route to the victory. Konstantin Neff (199-F-97) had 18 points and 9 rebounds, while Alexander Danilchenko (199-C-97) and Leonid Voronushkin had 12 points apiece in the victory. Mohamed Juma, Mahmood Al-Musalli and Husain Mohamed banked 8 points each in the losing case.
  



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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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