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EABA Championship 2017 groups set - 1 month ago
The six teams participating in the East Asia Basketball Association (EABA) Championship 2017 were determined on Monday and then found out what groups they would play in as a result of a draw. This year's edition of the biennial event will take place in Nagano, Japan, from June 2-7. In the Group Phase, the six teams will be divided into two groups. Group A: South Korea, Japan, Macau Group B: China, Taiwan, Hong Kong. In the first round, each team will play the other two teams in their gr...   [read more]

Taiwan clinch the title in Tianjin - 4 Years ago
FINAL Taiwan - China 82:79 Taiwan clinched the East Asian Games Gold. They overcame hosting China in the championship game tonight. Lin Chih-Chieh (192-G-82) was pivotal with 21 points for the visitors. China nailed 24 points in the first period to clear off. They gained a 7-point lead after ten minutes of action. The teams traded baskets throughout the second quarter. China accumulated a 40:33 halftime. Taiwan narrowed the deficit in the third term   [read more]

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China and Taiwan to clash in title game in Tianjin - 4 Years ago
SEMIFINALS China - South Korea 61:52 China clinched the ticket into the championship game at the East Asian Games. They overcame South Korea in the semifinal clash today. He TianJu (203-F-90) recorded 16 points and 13 boards in the victory. South Korea held the hosts to 10 points in the first period and earned a 6-point lead. The Korean team maintained the advantage throughout the second quarter. The visitors ensured a 32:22 halftime lead. But China turned things around in the second half   [read more]

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