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Asian Games 2006 - Women Basketball


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Group Standings
Group A
1. China 2-0
2. Japan 1-1
3. Lebanon 0-2
Group B
1. Taiwan 2-0
2. S.Korea 1-1
3. Thailand 0-2

Final Standings
1. China
2. Taiwan
3. Japan
4. Korea  
5. Thailand
6. Lebanon

China won Asian Games 2006 (Photo: Asian Games)
  
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China won Asian Games 2006 (Photo: Asian Games)

CHINESE NATIONAL TEAM
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Xiaoyun


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Chen
4 Xiaoyun Song (175-G-81) of Guangdong
5 Bian Lan (180-G-86) of Jiangshu
6 Jia Guang (176-G-80) of Liaoning Hengye
7 Zhang Wei (183-G-86) of Liaoning Hengye
8 Miao Li Jie (180-G-81) of Heilongjiang Chenneng
9 Ren Lei (186-F-82) of Bayi army Guangbo

10 Sui Fei Fei (185-G/F-79) of Bayi army Guangbo
11 Song Liwei (190-F-85) of Heilongjiang Chenneng
12 Chen Xiaoli (193-C-81) of Liaoning Hengye
13 Liu Dan (193-C-87) of Shenyang army Sanyan
14 Zhang Xiaoni (195-C-83) of Bayi army Guangbo
15 Chen Nan (197-C-82) of Bayi army Guangbo

Head coach: Maher Tom
Coach Assistant: Sun Fengwu
Coach Assistant: Wang Fang

  China won Asian Games 2006 - Dec. 14, 2006 - by Eurobasket
China dominated entire event winning all their games. In the final of Asian Games in Doha, they defeated Taiwan 90-59.
It's not a surprise as there are only three fully professional women leagues in Asia (China, Korea and Japan), while China has definitely the highest level.
China - Taiwan 90-59
China: CHEN Xiaoli 21, MIAO Lijie 20, CHEN Nan 19, SONG Xiaoyun 4, REN Lei 3; SUI Feifei 13, LIU Dan 5, ZHANG Wei 3, ZHANG Xiaoni 2, JI Xiao 0, JIA Guang 0, BIAN Lan 0
Taiwan: LIN Hui Mei 18, LIU Chun Yi 6, WEN Chi 6, CHIANG Feng Chun 4, CHIEN Wei Chuan 2; LAN Jui Yu 9, LIN Chi Wen 7, LI Wan Ting 7, CHENG Hui Yun 0, CHU Yung Hsu 0, SUN Chieh Ping 0

  Japan gets bronze at Asian Games - Dec.14, 2007 - by Eurobasket
In the bronze medal game Japan edged Korea 74-70. Japanese team was lead by UTSUMI Ryoko (25), with great help from OGA Yuko and WATANABE Yuka, each 15 points. The top players for Korea were BEON Yeon Ha and KIM Kwe Ryong, who had 22 and 21 respectively.
Japan - Korea 74-70
Japan: UTSUMI Ryoko 24, OGA Yuko 15, WATANABE Yuka 15, SAKAKIBARA Noriko 10, YAMADA Kumiko 4; SUWA Hiromi 4, YOSHIDA Asami 2
Korea: BEON Yeon Ha 22, KIM Kwe Ryong 21, KIM Eun Hye 5, KIM Jung Eun 2, CHOI Youn Ah 0; SIN Jung Ja 13, PARK Sun Young 7

  Thailand took 5th place at the Asian Games - Dec. 11, 2006 - by Eurobasket
Thailand managed to get their first victory at the tournament in the 5th place game, where they defeated Lebanon 85-77. Despite only 5th place location, it can be considered as relatively big success. Obviously the teams from China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan are way better, thanks to strong women leagues they have.
Thailand - Lebanon 85-77
Thailand: CHAROENRAT Nantana 29, BANMOO Naruemol 10, JANTAKAN Juthamas 6, WANDEE Narumol 5, MATHUROS Juthathip 4; TUNSAW Nomjit 12, SAECHUA Wipaporn 9, PAPAKTAKU Pimonpan 4, JANTHABUT Pattrawadee 4, JANTUMA Usa 2
Lebanon: ESKIDJIAN Emma 22, SCHOUCAIR Nour 13, NASR Chada 6, ALAMEDDINE Nayla 5, KHALIL Tamara 0; NAJEM Sandra 18, EL CHARIF Chirine1

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