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Asian Club Championships 2007 - Men Basketball


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Asian Club Championships Final Standings

Asian Club Championships Standings
Stage One
Group A
1. Blue Stars 2-0
2. Al Rayyan 1-1
3. Y.Cagers 0-2
Group B
1. Saba 4-0
2. Jalaa 3-1
3. Ast.Tigers 2-2
4. San Miguel 1-3
5. Muharraq 0-4

Saba Battery won Asian Club Championship 2007

SABA BATTERY 2007
Mehran Shain-tab
Mehran Shain-tab
Shain-tab
Garth Joseph
Joseph
Gabe Muoneke
Muoneke
Mohammad Nikkhah
Nikkhah
Aidin Nikkhah Bahrami
Bahrami
Behzad Afradi
Afradi

11

Joseph Garth 217 (7'2'') C 73

10

Muoneke Gabe 200 (6'7'') F 78

14

Nikkhah Mohammad 199 (6'7'') F/G 83

9

Bahrami A. 202 (6'8'') F 82

15

Afradi Behzad 198 (6'6'') F 71

8

Afagh Hamed 189 (6'3'') G 83

6

Veisi Saman 192 (6'4'') G 82

13

Ahmadian Karam 197 (6'6'') F 77

4

Afradi Behnam 183 (6'0'') G 80

7

Sistani Mohammad 181 (5'11'') G 86

12

Kardoust Asghar 211 (6'11'') C 86

5

Nazafat Baback 188 (6'2'') G 77
Head Coach: Shain-tab Mehran
Assistant: Gharegozlou Hossein
Assistant: Shah-Ali Mohsen

  Asia-Basket All-Asian Club Championships 2007 Awards
- Tournament MVP: Samad Nikkhah (199-F/G-83) - Saba Battery
- Tournament's top scorer: Michel Maadanli (192-G-81) - Al Jalaa Aleppo
- Best point guard: Chudney Gray (190-G-78) - Al Rayyan
- Best center: Garth Joseph (217-C-73) - Saba Battery

# All Asia-Basket Asian Champ 1st team:
Chudney Gray (190-G-78) - Al Rayyan
Michel Maadanli (192-G-81) - Al Jalaa Aleppo
Samad Nikkhah (199-F/G-83) - Saba battery
Danny Seigle (198-F-76) - San Miguel
Garth Joseph (217-C-73) - Saba Battery

# All Asia-basket Asian Champ 2nd team:
Mark Caguioa (188-G-79) - San Miguel
Gabe Miouneke (200-F-78) - Saba Battery
Evgeni Isakov (203-C-82) - Astana Tigers
Erfan Ali Saeed (200-C-83) - Al Rayyan
Vincent Jones (211-C-77) - Al Jalaa Aleppo

  Saba Battery clinshes the 18th title of Asian champ!!
Hosts Saba battery made it and overpowered against Syrians Al Jalaa of Aleppo to get crowned in the 18th edition of Asian Clubs Championship which was hosted in Tehran, Iran.
Saba's players did'nt want to let their fans down from the beginning of the game and succeeded to make the big gap 18-6 before Michel Maadanli's huge effort to be back to game's atmosphere to make the range 7 points only at the end of 1st quarter 20-13.
Second quarter was better from the syrians who entered with more concentration and insisting through Maadanli who continued his superb performance scoring 16 points in this session only to lead in some parts but Aidin Behrami kept the lead for saba at the end of 1st half 41-39.
The beginning of 2nd half and 3rd quarter was so slow from both teams, Samad Nikkhah scored from all ranges without any stop from the syrian players who found themselves behind again in this quarter 56-54.
Al Jalaa continued their dissapointed performance esspecially after the wakeup from Saba's stars Aidin, Garth Joseph and Samad to force the syrians' coach Shereef Azmi to play with some subtitutes trying to stop the iranian waves from scoring but that was too late to end the game for iranians by 7 84-75.

Saba Battery (IRI) 84 - Al Jalaa Aleppo (SYR) 75 (Q's: 20-13, 41-39, 56-54 & 84-75)
- Saba Battery's best scorers: Samad Nikkhah 25, Garth Joseph 16, Aidin Behrami 14.
- Al Jalaa Aleppo's best scorers: Michel Maadanli 28, Vincent Jones 11, Marcelo Correa 8.


# Final Standings of teams:
CHAMPION: Iran (SABA)
1st RUNNER-UP: Syria (Al Jalaa)
2nd RUNNER-UP: Qatar (Al Rayyan)
FOURTH: Philippines (San Miguel)
FIFTH : Lebanon (Blue Stars)
SIXTH : Kazakhstan (Astana Tigers)
SEVENTH: India (Young Cagers)
EIGHTH: Bahrain (Al Muharraq)

  Day 5 of 18th Asian Clubs Championship
Two games were held yesterday in Azadi Stadium in Tehran, Iran within the 5th day of 18th Asian Clubs Championship..

* Group B:

Saba Battery (IRI) 92 - Al Jalaa Aleppo (SYR) 64 (17-19, 39-36, 62-50 & 92-64)
Nigirian Gabe Muoneke's double double gave his team Saba Battery of Iran a big win over the Syrians Al Jalaa Aleppo 92-64 in a game which was tough in the beginning but that was changed at the end to the iranians side due to the experience of the imports adding to some problems in team chemistry and fittness from Al Jalaa's players, Vincent Jones from Al Jalaa played very well despite the loss.
The iranian champions are now on the top of the table of Group B and that will give them direct qualification to Semi-Final.
- Saba Battery's scorers: Gabe Muoneke (200-F-78, college: Texas) (27 pts, 12 reb, 4 ast, 2 stl), Samad Nikkhah (19 pts, 2 stl), Aidin Behrami (16 pts, 7 reb), Babak Nezafat (14 pts, 3 ast, 4 stl), Behzad Afradi (9 pts, 2 ast), Garth Joseph (4 pts, 11 reb, 3 ast), Saman Veisi (3 pts, 2 ast).
- Al Jalaa Aleppo's scorers: Vincent Jones (25 pts, 19 reb, 4 bs, 4 ast, 4 stl), Hikmat Haddad (9 pts), Eduardo Caviglia (9 pts, 4 ast), Michel Maadanli (8 pts, 7 reb, 5 ast), 'Dede' Barbosa (6 pts), Juilius Nwosu (4 pts, 8 reb), Sharif El Sharif (2 pts), Marcelo Correa (1 pts).


San Miguel (PHI) 99 - Al Muharraq (BHR) 80 (Q's: 20-17, 43-38, 79-62 & 99-80)
- San Miguel's scorers: Daniel Seigle (20 pts), Pauliasi Taulava (18 pts, 14 reb, 2 bs, 2 stl), Felorendo Rithalo (18 pts, 2 stl), Mark Caguioa (11 pts, 2 ast), Donaldo Hontiveros (9 pts) , Ranidel De Ocampo (8 pts), Jim Alapag (8 pts, 2 ast), Enrico Vililanueva (4 pts, 2 stl), Anthoni Helterbrand (2 pts, 4 stl, 3 ast), Kerby Rymundo (1 pts).
- Al Muharraq's scorers: A.M.Akintunde (21 pts, 12 reb), Ebrahim Al Derazi (19 pts, 3 ast), S.B.Edeghe (13 pts), Husain Al Tawash (12 pts, 2 stl), Isa Mohamed (8 pts), Sayed Ebrahim (5 pts), Ahmad Al Doy (2 pts).

  Day 3 of 18th Asian Clubs Championship
Two games were played yesterday within 18th Asian Clubs Championship which is held in Azadi Court in Tehran, Iran and resumes until 20th of May.

* Group B:

Al Jalaa Aleppo (SYR) 78 - Al Muharraq (BHR) 48 (Q's: 18-11, 29-28, 45-39 & 78-48)
- Al Jalaa Aleppo's scorers: Vincent Jones (210-C-77, agency: Court Side, college: Jackson St.) (14 pts, 23 reb, 7 bs!!!), Michel Maadanli (12 pts, 10 reb, 2 ast), Sari Papazian (12 pts), Eduardo Caviglia (11 pts), Sharif El Sharif (9 pts, 3 ast), Julius Nwosu (6 pts), Robert Bashayani (5 pts, 2 stl), Marcelo Correa (4 pts), Hikmat Haddad (3 pts, 2 stl), 'Dede' Barbosa (2 pts, 2 ast).
- Al Muharraq's scorers: A.M Akintunde (17 pts, 3 ast), S.B Edeghe (9 pts, 10 reb), Isa Mohamed (9 pts, 7 reb), Ebrahim Al Derazi (7 pts), Mohamed Qurban (2 pts, 2 stl), Husain Al Tawash (2 pts, 3 stl), Ahmad Al Doy (2 pts).


Astana Tigers (KAZ) 75 - San Miguel (PHI) 66 (Q's: 14-16, 33-27, 55-45 & 75-66)
- Astana Tigers' scorers: Yevgeniy (25 pts, 11 reb), Andrey Shpekht (15 pts, 9 reb), Sergey Smirnov (13 pts, 2 ast), Rustam Yargaliyev (7 pts, 7 reb), Yegor Biryulin (5 pts, 2 ast), Anton Ponomarev (4 pts, 14 reb), Alexander Tyutyunik (3 pts), Artyoum Skornyakov (2 pts), Serget Drozhanov (1 pts, 2 stl).
- San Miguel's scorers: Daniel Seigle (21 pts, 10 reb, 3 stl), Mark Caguioa (18 pts), Enrico Vililanueva (8 pts), Kerby Rymundo (6 pts), Pauliasi Taulava (6 pts, 8 reb), Felorendo Jr. (3 pts), Jim Alapag (2 pts, 3 ast), Donaldo Hontiveros (2 pts, 7 reb).

  Day 1 and 2 of 18th Asian Clubs Champs
Despite some difficulties in lack of media coverage for the 18th Asian Clubs Championships (Tehran, Iran) this year, Asia-Basket have found the best way for getting full statistics of Day 1 and Day 2 tournament games result and that will be continued for the next days.

# Day 1 (12th of May):

* Group A:

Blue Stars (LEB) 76 - Al Rayyan (QAT) 68 (Q's: 19-18, 41-34, 56-46 & 76-68)
- Blue Stars' scorers: William Pippen (22 pts, 9 reb), Fadi El Khatib (15 pts, 14 reb, 6 ast), John Carter (14 pts, 15 reb), Rony Fahed (14 pts, 2 ast, 2 stl), Jean Abdel Nour (9 pts), Basem Balaa (2 pts)
- Al Rayyan's scorrers: Saad Ali (17 pts, 3 stl, 8 reb), Chudney Gray (13 pts, 4 ast, 3 stl), Erfan Ali Saeed (10 pts, 9 reb), Jacob Nonemacher (9 pts), Yaseen Ismail (5 pts), Baker Mohammed (5 pts), Khaled Abdi (3 pts), Mohammed Yousef (3 pts), Omar Salem (3 pts)


* Group B:

Saba Battery (IRI) 78 - Al Muharraq (BHR) 48 (Q's: 18-11, 38-19, 64-29 & 78-48)
- Saba Battery's scorers: Aidin Bahrami (19 pts, 8 reb), Samad Nikkhah (12 pts), Behzad Afradi (12 pts), Gabe Muouneke (11 pts), Babak Nizafat (8 pts, 3 stl), Saman Veisi (5 pts, 3 ast), Asghar Kardoust (3 pts), Hamed Afagh (2 pts, 2 ast, 3 stl), Mohammad Sistani (2 pts), Behnam Afradi (2 pts), Karam Ahmadian (2 pts).
- Al Muharraq's scorers: Isa Mohamed (9 pts, 12 reb), Mohamed Al Derazi (9 pts, 12 reb), Ebrahim Al Derazi (7 pts, 5 stl, 2 ast), Sayed Ebrahim (7 pts), Husain Al Tawash (7 pts), Ahmad Al Doy (5 pts, 2 stl), Mohamed Qurban (4 pts, 8 reb)


Al Jalaa Aleppo (SYR) 94 - Astana Tigers (KAZ) 70 (Q's: 29-18, 50-31, 75-41 & 94-70)
- Al Jalaa Aleppo's scorers: Vincent Jones (26 pts, 10 reb, 5 bs, 2 ast, 2 stl), Michel Maadanli (23 pts, 7 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl), Eduardo Caviglia (12 pts, 3 ast, 2 stl), 'Dede' Barbosa (11 pts, 7 reb, 6 ast, 2 stl), Hikmat Haddad (9 pts, 7 reb), Robert Bachayani (4 pts), Sari Papazyan (3 pts), Sharif El Sharif (3 pts), Ahmad Eshak (3 pts).
- Astana Tigers' scorers: Tyutyunik Alexander (12 pts), Anton Ponomarev (11 pts, 11 reb), Rustam Yargaliyev (11 pts), Yevgeniy Issakov (11 pts), Maxim Voyeikov (8 pts, 2 ast, 2 stl), Ilya Koptelov (5 pts), Yegor Biryulin (4 pts, 2 ast), Sergey Smirnov (4 pts), Artyoum Skomyakov (2 pts), Andrey Shpekht (2 pts).


# Day 2 (13th of May):

* Group A:

Al Rayyan (QAT) 100 - Young Cagers (IND) 47 (Q's: 21-10, 43-26, 80-36 & 100-47)
- Al Rayyan's scorers: Baker Mohammed (16 pts), Mohammed Yousef (15 pts, 9 reb), Jacob Nonemacher (14 pts, 15 reb), Chudney Gray (13 pts, 10 reb, 10 ast), Omar Salem (11 pts, 10 reb), Yaseen Ismail (10 pts, 3 stl), Malek Abdulla (9 pts), Ali Turki (10 pts, 2 stl), Saad Ali (2 pts).
- Young Cagers' scorers: Riyaz Uddin (14 pts, 13 reb, 3 ast, 4 stl), Anoop Mukkanniyil (10 pts), Lokhesh Yadav (7 pts), Sambhaji Kadam (6 pts, 2 stl), Muraleekeishna Ravindran (4 pts, 2 bs), Dalip Kumar (2 pts), Rajanna Raj (2 pts), Jayachandra Subash (2 pts).


* Group B:

Saba Battery (IRI) 101 - Harpour Center (PHI) 88 (Q's: 32-25, 51-38, 78-64 & 101-88)
- Saba Battery's scorers: Garth Joseph (217-C-73, college: St.Rose (NY)) (39 pts, 12 reb, 3 bs, 2 ast, 2 stl), Samad Nikkhah (17 pts, 4 stl), Babak Nezafat (16 pts, 11 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl), Aidin Bahrami (9 pts, 2 ast, 2 stl), Gabe Muoneke (9 pts), Hamed Afagh (8 pts, 3 ast), Behzad Afradi (2 pts), Saman Veisi (1 pts, 3 ast).
- Harpour Center's scorers: Donaldo Hontiveros (23 pts, 7 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl), Mark Caguioa (19 pts), Michael Pennisi (13 pts), Ranidel De Ocampo (7 pts, 2 stl), Daniel Seigle (6 pts, 2 stl, 2 bs), Kerby Rymundo (6 pts), Pauliasi Taulava (5 pts, 6 reb), Felorendo Jr. (3 pts), Jim Alapag (2 pts), Enrico Vililanueva (2 pts), Anthoni Dela Cruz (2 pts).


Astana Tigers (KAZ) 79 - Al Muharraq 57 (Q's: 25-15, 43-33, 58-49 & 79-57)
- Astana Tigers' scorers: Rustam Yargaliyev (19 pts, 3 stl), Yevgeniy Issakov (15 pts), Andrey Shpekht (13 pts), Anton Ponomarev (10 pts, 10 reb, 2 stl), Yegor Biryulin (8 pts), Maxim Voyeikov (5 pts), Sergey Drozhanov (3 pts, 3 ast, 2 stl), Alexabder Tyutyunik (3 pts), sergey Smirnov (2 pts).
- Al Muharraq's scorers: Mohamed Al Derazi (20 pts, 2 ast, 3 stl), Issa Mohamed (14 pts, 7 reb), S.B.Edeghe (12 pts, 11 reb), Husain Al Tuwash (9 pts, 2 ast), Ebrahim Al Derazi (2 pts).

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