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SEABA 2011 - Men Basketball



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SEABA Standings
1. Philippine. 3-0
2. Indonesia 2-1
3. Malaysia 1-2
4. Singapore 0-3
Points Per Game
 Wei Long WONG
  SIN
  (172-G-88)
  Avg: 17
 1. Wong, SIN17.0 
 2. Aguilar, PHI16.0 
 3. Loh, MAS13.0 
 4. Barroca, PHI12.5 
 5. Douthit, PHI12.3 
 6. Li Wei, MAS11.7 
 7. Lutz, PHI11.5 
 8. Baracael, PHI11.0 
 9. Tiu, PHI10.5 
 10. Prawiro, IDN9.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Japeth Paul AGUILAR
  PHI
  (207-C-85)
  Avg: 8.3
 1. Aguilar, PHI8.3 
 2. Douthit, PHI7.8 
 3. Ballesteros, PHI7.0 
 4. Li Wei, MAS6.3 
 5. Baracael, PHI6.3 
 6. Matialakan, SIN6.3 
 7. Folkoff, SIN6.0 
 8. Indrawan, IDN6.0 
 9. Setepu, IDN5.0 
 10. Steven Khoo, SIN4.7 
Assists Per Game
 Christopher Ryan LUTZ
  PHI
  (191-G-85)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Lutz, PHI3.3 
 2. Guganeswaran, MAS2.7 
 3. Casio, PHI2.5 
 4. Ababou, PHI2.5 
 5. Wuysang, IDN2.5 
 6. Barroca, PHI2.3 
 7. Tiu, PHI2.0 
 8. Wee, MAS2.0 
 9. Baracael, PHI2.0 
 10. Folkoff, SIN2.0 
Steals Per Game
 Yeo Seng JOHN NG
  MAS
  (190-F-81)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. John Ng, MAS2.3 
 2. Guganeswaran, MAS2.3 
 3. Ababou, PHI1.8 
 4. Poedjakesuma, IDN1.5 
 5. Gunawan, IDN1.5 
 6. Situmorang, IDN1.5 
 7. Douthit, PHI1.3 
 8. Tiu, PHI1.3 
 9. Setepu, IDN1.3 
 10. Lutz, PHI1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Chee LI WEI
  MAS
  (198-F/C-83)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Li Wei, MAS2.7 
 2. Douthit, PHI1.8 
 3. Indrawan, IDN1.0 
 4. Aguilar, PHI1.0 
 5. Chin, MAS0.7 
 6. Lutz, PHI0.5 
 7. Situmorang, IDN0.5 
 8. Ballesteros, PHI0.5 
 9. Baracael, PHI0.5 
 10. Gunawan, IDN0.5 

Philippines clinch title in Jakarta (Photo: fibaasia.net)

Starting five
#s#
Andy Mark Barroca
Barroca
Joseph Evans Casio
Casio
Christopher John Tiu
Tiu
Japeth Paul Aguilar
Aguilar
Marnel Baracael
Baracael
4 Andy Mark Barroca 198-F/C-88 Smart Gilas Philippines
6 Joseph Evans Casio 177-PG-86 Smart Gilas Philippines
8 Christopher John Tiu 178-PG-85 Smart Gilas Philippines
9 Japeth Paul Aguilar 207-C-85 Smart Gilas Philippines
10 Marnel Baracael 193-F/G-85 Smart Gilas Philippines
11 Marcus Eugene Douthit 211-F/C-80 Smart Gilas Philippines
12 Jason Ballesteros 200-C-85 Smart Gilas Philippines
13 Marcio Tsongo Lassiter 188-G-87 Smart Gilas Philippines
14 Christopher Ryan Lutz 191-G-85 Smart Gilas Philippines
15 Dylan Simon Ababou 193-G/F-86 Smart Gilas Philippines
 

Philippines clinch title in Jakarta - Jun 26, 2011

Indonesia - Philippines 50-89
Philippines claimed the SEABA Championship title tonight. They toppled hosting Indonesia for the trophy. It is the eighth title for Philippines at the tournament. Andy Mark Barroca (198-F/C-88) stepped up with 17 points to pace the effort. Philippines opened the game with eleven points in a row. They maintained the lead and arrived at the first break up by as many as 21 points 31:10. Indonesia showed character as they outscored their opponents in the second period. Indonesia cut the deficit at 19-point mark at halftime 27:46. But the third term once again belonged to Philippines fully. They dominated every facet of the game and recorded a 67:35 advantage at the final intermission. Philippines did not slow down in the fourth quarter and rallied to a comprehensive win at the end. Marcus Eugene Douthit (211-F/C-80, college: Providence) delivered 16 points and 7 rebounds, while Christopher John Tiu (178-PG-85) added 13 points for the winning side. Rony Gunawan (193-F/C-80) answered with 14 points for Indonesia. Faisal Julius Ahmad (180-G-81) had 12 points in defeat.


Philippines and Indonesia enter Final - Jun 25, 2011

Singapore - Philippines 51-106
Philippines recorded the third straight win at the 9th SEABA Championship in Indonesia. They drubbed Singapore to stay undefeated. Japeth Paul Aguilar (207-C-85, college: W.Kentucky) and Andy Mark Barroca (198-F/C-88) stepped up with 18 points each to pace the winners. Philippines stunned their opponents early in the game. They outscored Singapore 30:9 in the starting ten minutes. Philippines dominated every facet of the game as the lead grew at 37 points 60:23 at halftime. Singapore showed some signs of life in the third term. They outscored Philippines to narrow the deficit. But the fourth frame sealed Singapore fate as they conceded 29 points and suffered a heavy loss at the end. Marnel Baracael (193-F/G-85) provided 17 points, while Dylan Simon Ababou (193-G/F-86) added 14 in the win. Wong Wei Long (172-G-88) responded with 20 points for Singapore. Lim ShengYu (190-F-90) accounted for 10 points in the loss.

Indonesia - Malaysia 77-47
Indonesia claimed the second win at the SEABA Championship in Jakarta. The hosts overcame Malaysia to set up the clash against Philippines in Grand Final. Malaysia in the meantime booked the ticket to Fiba Asia Championship despite the loss. They earned the third place at the tournament having won one game in three games played. The teams got to a slow start. They combined for 14 points in the opening term as Indonesia secured a 10:4 lead. Andi Poedjakesuma (187-F-80) drained two triples early in the second period to give Indonesia a 12-point lead. However Shee Fai Loh (189-G-89) answered with a pair of triples late in the half as Malaysia got within six points 27:33 at halftime. Christian Ronaldo Setepu (198-F/C-86) and Andi Poedjakesuma restored a double-digit lead for Indonesia early in the third quarter. The hosts maintained the advantage as they entered the fourth frame up by ten points 53:43. Indonesia opened the fourth frame with a 22:2 rally to pull away for good. Christian Ronaldo Setepu notched 15 points and 8 rebounds to lead the charge. Amin Prihantono (188-F-82) and Andi Poedjakesuma added 14 points each in the victory. Li Wei Chee (186-F-85) answered with 13 points and 7 rebounds for Malaysia. Shee Fai Loh contributed 11 points in the loss.


Philippines and Malaysia post victories on Day 2 in Jakarta - Jun 24, 2011

Indonesia - Philippines 54-94
Philippines remained perfect at the 9th SEABA Championship in Jakarta. They stormed past Indonesia tonight to improve at 2-0 record. Indonesia in the meantime slipped at 1-1 record. Christopher Ryan Lutz (191-G-85, college: Marshall) stepped up with 20 points to pace well-balanced Filipino team. Philippines gave no chance for Indonesia in this one. The visitors built a 20:9 lead after the starting frame. The second period turned disastrous for Indonesia defence. The hosts conceded 29 points to trail by as many as 27 points at the interval 22:49. Philippines continued to dominate after the main break. They stretched the lead to 33 points heading into the fourth frame. Indonesia had little to answer with and had to surrender at the end. Japeth Paul Aguilar (207-C-85, college: W.Kentucky) contributed 19 points for Philippines. Dylan Simon Ababou (193-G/F-86) added 13 points in the victory. Andi Poedjakesuma (187-F-80) responded with 10 points and 6 rebounds for Indonesia. Isman Muhammad Thoyib (203-C-84) and Xaverius Prawiro (181-G/F-86) delivered 8 points apiece in the loss.

Singapore - Malaysia 64-72
Malaysia celebrated the crucial win at the SEABA Championship in Jakarta. They overcame Singapore in the race for one of three Fiba Asia Championship qualifying spots. Shee Fai Loh (189-G-89) notched 19 points to pace Malaysia as they improved at 1-1 record. Singapore slipped at 0-2 record after the loss. Malaysia grabbed the lead midway through the opening period and raced to a 21:17 advantage after ten minutes. Malaysia opened a double-digit lead in the second term. They arrived at halftime up by 14 points 44:30. Malaysia did not slow down after the big break. Li Wei Chee (186-F-85) and John NG Yeo Song made it 55:37 for Malaysia. Singapore faced a massive 37:60 deficit at the start of the fourth quarter. Singapore went on a 17:0 run midway through the fourth period to narrow the deficit at 7 points but it was not enough. Wei Hong Choo knocked down a jumper to seal the win for Malaysia late in regulation. Li Wei Chee notched 14 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists for Malaysia. Chuan Chin Wee (180-G-84) added 10 points for the winners. Wong Wei Long (172-G-88) answered with 20 points for Singapore. Matialakan Pathman (198-C-80) had 10 points and 9 boards in the loss.


Philippines and Indonesia take victories on Day 1 in Jakarta - Jun 23, 2011

Philippines - Malaysia 97:71
Strong second half rally propelled Philippines to the opening win at the 9th SEABA Championship in Jakarta. They rallied past Malaysia in the opener. Joseph Evans Casio (177-PG-86) stepped up with 19 points to lead the winners.
Malaysia tipped off the game with a 9:0 run to set up the tone. They kept the Filipino team at bay before Tiu and Marcus Douthit (211-F/C-80, college: Providence) made it 20:20 entering the second term. Philippines pulled in front early in the second quarter but not for too long. Malaysia increased the tempo and cleared off to a 41:36 advantage at halftime. However Philippines returned from the dressing room a different team. They stiffened their defence and managed to take the lead late in the period. Joseph Evans Casio made it 63:57 for Philippines at the final break. The fourth quarter turned into a one-way traffic. Philippines finally adjusted their offence as they erupted for 34 points and rallied to a comfortable win at the end. Japeth Aguilar (207-C-85, college: W.Kentucky) knocked down 18 points, while Marcus Douthit added 14 points and 15 rebounds for the winners. Ho Yeow Loong (178-G-88) answered with 11 points for Malaysia. Batumalai Guganeswaran (180-G-83) and Yeo Seng Ng (188-F-81) had 10 points apiece in the loss.

Philippines: Joseph Evans Casio 19, Japeth Aguilar 18, Marcus Douthit 14+15 boards
Malaysia: Ho Yeow Loong 11, Batumalai Guganeswaran 10, Yeo Seng Ng 10


Indonesia - Singapore 71:60
Indonesia celebrated the first win at 9th SEABA Championship held in Jakarta. The hosts overcame Singapore to improve at 1-0 record. Ponsianus Indrawan (190-C-85) stepped up with 12 points and 10 rebounds to pace the hosts. Indonesia used a killer 23:6 run in the fourth term to celebrate victory at the end.
Indonesia opened the game with 7:0 run and led throughout the starting period. The home team posted a 16:14 lead ten minutes into the game. However Steve Khoo and Folkoff helped Singapore take a 27:24 lead midway through the second term. Singapore kept in charge as they registered a 34:31 lead at halftime. Folkoff made it 45:37 for Singapore midway through the third quarter. The visitors arrived at the final break up by six points 54:48. But Indonesia did not say die. They went on an 18:2 run at the start of the fourth frame to clear off for good in this one. Rony Gunawan (193-F/C-80) knocked down 10 points, while Xaverius Prawiro (181-G/F-86), Andi Poedjakesuma (187-F-80) and Amin Prihantono (188-F-82) added 9 points each in the victory. Pathman Matialakan (198-C-80) and Wong Wei Long (172-G-88) responded with 11 points apiece for Singapore. Oh Wei Jie Desmond (176-F-86) netted 10 points in the loss.

Indonesia: Ponsianus Indrawan 12+10 boards, Rony Gunawan 10, Xaverius Prawiro 9, Andi Poedjakesuma 9, Amin Prihantono 9
Singapore: Pathman Matialakan 11, Wong Wei Long 11, Oh Wei Jie Desmond 10

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