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Round: 2 (Qualifying Round) - Nov 18, 2010


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Group E
North Korea - China 62-98
China cruised past North Korea in Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round in Group E. The hosts of the Asian games celebrated 98:62 win at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. It was an easy start for the favorites as they produced a 25-15 in the opening quarter. In the second period the hosts dedicated more time and effort to defence and limited the opponents to just 9 points. After 21-9 in the second quarter China enjoyed 46:24 halftime advantage. The picture remained the same in the second half with China dominating the court. They added 28-21 in the third quarter and finished with 24-17 in the last period. That victory allowed them to take 2-0 record on top of Group E. North Korea meanwhile dropped to 0-2 in the bottom of the standings. Wang ZhiZhi (214-C-79) stepped up with 14 points for 2-0 record with his side. Ding Jinhui (204-C-90) and Zhang QingPeng netted 12, while Zhou Peng netted 11. In Day 3 North Korea will face South Korea that reached their second straight win at the Asian Games in China. The team improved to 2-0 record in Group E after the win over Jordan 95:49 at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. China meanwhile will play versus Uzbekistan on November 19th.

Uzbekistan - Mongolia 65-67
Mongolia grabbed valuable win over Uzbekistan in the most interesting game of Day 2 at the Asian Games in Group E. Mongolia celebrated 67:65 thriller to tie their record at 1-1. Uzbekistan meanwhile dropped to 0-2 in the standings. Mongolia started with 18-15 lead after the opening period and nailed another 18 points in the second frame. At that time Uzbekistan managed to provide 13 points and trailed 8 points at the halftime. In the third quarter Mongolia again notched 18 points, while they allowed the opponents to post 14. The last frame however belonged to Uzbekistan that produced 23-13 in it. It was not however enough to celebrate the victory. Bataa Munkhbold paced all the winners with 17 points and Ganbaatar Ikhbayar followed him with 13. Munkhbayar Badrakh notched 11, whilst Sedbazar Shinen (191-F-81) added 9. Denisov Vyacheslav responded with 17 points in the losing effort. Sharafutdinov Artur and Zinovev Gennadiy brought 15 each, while Samender Juginisov (202-F-87) scored 11. In Day 3 Mongolia will face Jordan that lost to South Korea. South Korea reached their second straight win at the Asian Games in China. The team improved to 2-0 record in Group E after the win over Jordan 95:49 at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. Uzbekistan will take on China on November 19th.

South Korea - Jordan 95-49
South Korea reached their second straight win at the Asian Games in China. The team improved to 2-0 record in Group E after the win over Jordan 95:49 at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. South Korea started with 28-16 in the first period and never looked behind after. They dominated the court and added 25-12 in the second frame. Moreover the favorites did not even think of slowing down and won both periods in the second half. With 20-12 South Korea finished the third quarter to increase their lead and then ended up with 22-9 in the last quarter. Lee Seung-Jun and Kim Joo-Sung paced all the winners with 14 points each. Cho Sung-Min (197-F-83) netted 11 and Oh SeKeun scored 10. Mohammad Hadrab (201-F-84) replied with 19 points in defeat and Zaghab Ali scored 10. In Day 3 South Korea will face North Korea that lost the the hosts. China cruised past North Korea in Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round in Group E. The hosts of the Asian games celebrated 98:62 win at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. Jordan meanwhile will play versus Mongolia.

Group F
Japan - Iran 57-56
Japan cruised past Iran in the top game of the Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round Group F in China. Japan grabbed 2-0 record on top of the group after 57:56 victory. It was a real thriller in the game and actually both teams deserved the win. Iran opened the game with 19-17 in the start and then added 12-11 in the second frame. Moreover the team celebrated the victory in the third period as well as they needed 16-15 for 4-point advantage before the final stanza. Japan however responded with 14-9 in the last frame to clinch the second win. Ishizaki Takumi stepped up with 13 points for the winners and Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) followed him with 10.Tabuse Yuta netted 9, whilst Hirose Kenta scored 7. Kamrani Mahdi ended up with 15 points in the losing case as Iran tied their record at 1-1. Kardoust Asghar notched 11 and Hamed Afagh (190-G-83, agency: SportsList Inc.) netted 7. In Day 3 Japan will face Philippines that rolled over Qatar at the start of Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round Group F in China. Philippines tied both records at 1-1 in after 90:68 win in Asian Games. Iran meanwhile will take on India that lost to Taiwan.

Taiwan - India 93-66
Taiwan won all the periods over India for the total 93:66 success at the end of Day 2 in Asian Games. Taiwan improved to 1-1 record in Group F after the victory at the Ying Dong Gymnasium. Taiwan opened the game with 25-21 after the first 10 minutes and then limited the opponents to just 6 points in the second frame. They added 22-6 for 47:27 halftime advantage. In the third period Taiwan did not slow down and continued to dominate the court. They produced 25-19 in the third frame for the bigger lead and finished the game with 21-20 in the last stanza. Lin Chih-Chieh paced all the winners with 23 points and Tien Lei (203-F-83) nailed 20. Yang Ching-Min followed them with 13 points for the winning side. Singh Japdeep responded with 22 points in the losing case and Vishesh Bhriguvanshi (192-G-91) added 14. Koroth Hareesh scored 13, while Singh Yadwinder notched 10. In Day 3 Taiwan will meet Qatar that lost to Philippines.The latter tied both records at 1-1 in after 90:68 win in Asian Games. India will take on Iran that lost the thriller to Japan.

Philippines - Qatar 90-68
Philippines rolled over Qatar at the start of Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round Group F in China. Philippines tied both records at 1-1 in after 90:68 win in Asian Games. Philippines started with 23-14 in the opening period and never looked behind after. They produced 26-14 in the second frame for 50:28 halftime advantage. In the second half Qatar however started to play better and managed to show great basketball. Again Philippines celebrated 19-18 win in the third period to increase the lead to 23 points after 30 minutes in the court. In the last quarter both squads nailed 22 points each for the final result. Casio JV top-scored for the winners with 22 points and Marcio Lassiter (188-G-87, college: Cal.St. Fullerton) netted 13. Tiu Chris and Greg Slaughter (211-C-88) finished the night with 12 points apiece for the winning side. Ngombo Targuy ended up with 18 points in the losing case and Mohammed Baker Ahmad notched 12. In Day 3 Philippines will face Japan that cruised past Iran in the top game of the Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round Group F in China. Japan grabbed 2-0 record on top of the group after 57:56 victory. Qatar will play versus Taiwan that beat India.

  



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Asian Games Standings
Group G
 1. Iran 3-0 
 2. Japan 2-1 
 3. China 1-2 
 4. Mongolia 0-3 
Group H
 1. S.Korea 3-0 
 2. Philippines 1-2 
 3. Qatar 1-2 
 4. Kazakhstan 1-2 
Group Places 9-16
 1. Kuwait 3-2 
 2. S.Arabia 2-1 
 3. India 2-3 
 4. Hong Kong 1-2 
 5. Jordan 0-2 
 6. Taiwan 0-2 
 7. Maldives 0-3 
 8. Palestine 0-3 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Mohammad Samad NIKKHAH BAHRAMI
  (199-F-83)
  Avg: 22
 1. Nikkhah Bahr., IRI22.0 
 2. Tungalag, MGL16.6 
 3. Moon, USA16.3 
 4. Kanamaru, JPN15.1 
 5. Battuvshin, MGL15.0 
 6. Albaloushi, KUW14.0 
 7. Kolesnikov, AUS13.9 
 8. Singh, IND13.6 
 9. Singh, IND13.4 
 10. Mousa, QAT13.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Anton PONOMARYOV
  (210-C/F-88)
  Avg: 9.3
 1. Ponomaryov, KAZ9.3 
 2. Kolesnikov, AUS8.1 
 3. Douthit, USA8.0 
 4. Takeuchi, JPN7.9 
 5. Takeuchi, JPN7.9 
 6. Oh, KOR7.6 
 7. Haddadi, IRI7.6 
 8. Yousef, QAT7.3 
 9. Vishesh, IND6.8 
 10. Zhou, CHN6.7 
Assists Per Game
 Bhriguvanshi VISHESH
  (192-G-91)
  Avg: 4
 1. Vishesh, IND4.0 
 2. Nikkhah Bahr., IRI4.0 
 3. Kamrani, IRI4.0 
 4. Hiejima, JPN3.9 
 5. Kim, KOR3.6 
 6. Yang, KOR3.1 
 7. Otgonbaatar, MGL2.8 
 8. Cho, KOR2.6 
 9. Alapag, USA2.6 
 10. Guo, CHN2.6 
Steals Per Game
 Bhriguvanshi VISHESH
  (192-G-91)
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Vishesh, IND2.2 
 2. Battuvshin, MGL2.2 
 3. Otgonbaatar, MGL2.1 
 4. Kim, KOR1.9 
 5. AlShammari, KUW1.8 
 6. Yousef, QAT1.8 
 7. Afagh, IRI1.7 
 8. Singh, IND1.6 
 9. Murzagaliyev, KAZ1.6 
 10. Tenorio, PHI1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Qi ZHOU
  (217-C-96)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Zhou, CHN2.3 
 2. Lee, KOR1.9 
 3. Singh, IND1.8 
 4. Singh, IND1.8 
 5. Douthit, USA1.8 
 6. AlRashidi, KUW1.4 
 7. Haddadi, IRI1.1 
 8. Battuvshin, MGL1.0 
 9. Takeuchi, JPN0.9 
 10. Takeuchi, JPN0.9 
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