Best Player: Miao LiJie (180-G-81) of China
Best Guard: Choi Youn Ah (170-G-85) of S.Korea
Best Forward: Miao LiJie (180-G-81) of China
Best Center: Chen Nan (197-C-83) of China
Best Coach: Sun Fengwu of China
G: Choi Youn Ah (170-85) of S.Korea
G: Yuko Oga (170-82) of Japan
G: Miao LiJie (180-81) of China
F/C: Sin Jung Ja (185-80) of S.Korea
C: Chen Nan (197-83) of China
China won the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women - Aug 28, 2011 (by Eurobasket News)
China - South Korea 65-62
China won the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. They handed South Korea their first loss and triumphed with 65:62 victory. Miao sank a sizzling three-pointer to take the game away from a precarious position and Nan Chen stepped up to draw a foul and convert both the free-throws to seal the 111th FIBA Asia Championship for Women gold medal for China. It was a slow start and both teams realized the importance of the victory [read more]
China - South Korea 65-62 China won the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. They handed South Korea their first loss and triumphed with 65:62 victory. Miao sank a sizzling three-pointer to take the game away from a precarious position and Nan Chen stepped up to draw a foul and convert both the free-throws to seal the 111th FIBA Asia Championship for Women gold medal for China. It was a slow start and both teams realized the importance of the victory. China took 10:9 lead after the first defensive 10 minutes and added massive 24-19 in the second frame. Zengyu MA and Kim Youn Joo (178-F-86) exchanged the three-pointers at the end of the half for 34:29 halftime advantage. The third quarter belonged to the undefeated team before that game as South Korea needed 19-11 in the quarter for 47:45 lead after thirty minutes. Sin Jung Ja (185-C-80) later tied the game at 51:51, while Lijie MIAO nailed three for 63:59. Lee Younhoa (186-C-83) reduced to 63:62 but Chen Nan (197-C-83) made two free throws for the final triumph. Miao LiJie stepped up with 20 points for the winners and Ma Zengyu (183-F-84) netted 19. Chen Nan collected 17 points and 10 rebounds in a win, while Gao Song notched 3. Sin Jung Ja replied with 15 points and 16 rebounds, whilst Kim Danbi added 11.
Japan - Taiwan 83-56 Japan clinched Bronze at the home tournament. The hosts overcame Chinese Taipei 83:56 in the game for the third place at the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. Japan's 11th bronze medal in FIBA Asia Championship for Women history also booked them a place in the 2012 FIBA Olympic Qualifying tournament. Japan showed their ambitions for the higher place from the very beginning and reached 28:10 at the end of the first period. Moreover they erupted with another 27-9 and just enjoyed the rest of the game. Chinese Taipei won the third quarter 15-12 and even looked better in the last stanza. The guests needed 22-16 in the final period to reduce to 27 points. Maki Takada (183-C-89) paced all the winners with 25 points and Oga Yuko netted 10. Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) and Yuka Mamiya (183-C/F-90) delivered 9 points apiece. Chiang Feng-Chun ended up with 24 points in the losing effort and Lin Chi-Wen (186-C-83) notched 9.
South Korea and China enter the Finals - Aug 27, 2011 (by Eurobasket News)
China - Japan 76-62
China advanced to the Final of the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The team outscored the hosts 76:62 and will face South Korea tomorrow in the Final. Japan meanwhile will take on Chinese Taipei for the third place. Yuko Oga (170-G-82) gave Japan the first lead and as it became known later it was the last one. The sides were tied at 6:6, while Zengyu MA closed the opening period at 21:8 [read more]
China - Japan 76-62 China advanced to the Final of the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The team outscored the hosts 76:62 and will face South Korea tomorrow in the Final. Japan meanwhile will take on Chinese Taipei for the third place. Yuko Oga (170-G-82) gave Japan the first lead and as it became known later it was the last one. The sides were tied at 6:6, while Zengyu MA closed the opening period at 21:8. Another 17-13 in the second period brought the winning side 38:21 advantage. Nan CHEN scored for 41:21 and she also increased to 22 points midway through the third frame. Yuka Mamiya (183-C/F-90) later reduced to 60:42 for Japan. The latter also won the last period 20-16 but could not come closer. Chen Nan (197-C-83) top-scored for the winners with 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Miao LiJie (180-G-81) netted 18. Ma Zengyu (183-F-84) notched 13 and Gao Song scored 7. Yuko Oga ended up with 14 points in the losing case and Yoshida Asami added 11.
South Korea - Taiwan 72-66 South Korea steps closer to the title at the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The undefeated team overcame Chinese Taipei 72:66 in the Semifinal clash to reach the Final. Two days ago South Korea edged Chinese Taipei at the 24th FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The favorites grabbed 69:67 win to win Group A with 5-0 record. Chinese Taipei finished fourth with 2-3 record and advance to the semis as the last fourth team from the group. Tonight Chinese Taipei opened the game with 16:14, but Choi Youn Ah (170-G-85) tied the game at 16:16 in the start of the second frame. South Korea won the second period 20-13 and Kang Ajeong (180-F-89) closed the half at 34:29. Chun-Yi LIU later tied the game at 42:42, while Young Suk gave the favorites 51:46 advantage. In the last stanza South Korea stayed in front for the whole time and after 21-18 won the game. Sin Jung Ja paced all the winners with 15 points and Kim Jung Eun (180-F-87) as well as Choi Youn Ah netted 13 apiece. Ha Eunjoo followed them with 12 points. Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) and Chiang Feng-Chun replied with 15 points each in the losing effort.
Lebanon - Kazakhstan 65-54 Kazakhstan could not make it to the Level I for next edition of the FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The team lost to Lebanon 54:65 on Saturday opener. Brittany Denson (192-C-87, college: S.Florida) was too good for the opponents. Brittany Denson opened the scoring for the game, while Anastassiya Alishauskaite replied with a three-pointer, but it was Brittany Denson after that all the way for a long time. The winners grabbed 26:14 after the first period and never looked behind in the first period. Nadezhda Kondrakova (192-C-89) reduced to 32:26, but Lebanon had 7 points advantage at the halftime. No matter how close Kazakhstan could come in the third period, they did not tie the game. Only Nadezhda Kondrakova's shot gave Kazakhstan 50:49 lead in the last stanza. Brittany Denson responded immediately for 51:50 and she brought another four points for Lebanon. Nisrin DANDAN was the last to score for the winning side and will remain with them in Level I for next edition of the FIBA Asia Championship for Women. Brittany Denson erupted with 31 points and 20 rebounds, while Nayla Alameddine (175-F-82) added 9. Kurazova Zalina and Nadezhda Kondrakova scored 17 points each and added 23 rebounds together. Seregina Tamara followed them with 10 points in a loss.
India - Malaysia 66-60 India retains their place in Level I for next edition of the FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The team needed 66:60 over Malaysia on Saturday. India's win was their third successive success against the same opponent at the same stage. Although India looked better in the first 10 minutes, Malaysia grabbed 19:17 lead at the end of it. Suik May KEW scored for 22:17 and, while Geethu Anna JOSE tied the score at 25:25. Anitha Pauldurai (170-G-85) sent the teams to the lockers at 31:29. The third quarter became decisive in the game as India produced a 21-12 for 52:41 with 10 minutes to go. Moreover Prashanti Singh (173-G-84) scored for 60:47 with 7 minutes to play. Malaysia erupted for 9-0 run and Woon Yuen TEO reduced it to 60:56. Moreover Woon Yuen TEO scored for 62:60 with 2 minutes, but Prashanti Singh brought the last four points for India to clinch the victory with them. Pauldurai Anitha stepped up with 23 points for the winners and Geethu Anna Jose (185-C-85) added 18 points and 10 rebounds. Singh Prashanti notched 14, while Netam Bharti posted 7. Teo Woon Yuen replied with 13 points in the losing effort and Rajintiran Kalaimathi delivered 12.
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