2011 William Jones Cup schedule released - Jul 15, 2011
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The Chinese Taipei Basketball Association (CTBA) released the men's and women's competition schedules for the 2011 William Jones Cup invitational tournament.
A total of nine teams entered the men's competition, which will be held from Aug. 6-14 at Sinjhuang Stadium, New Taipei City, and there will be five teams in the women's tourney, which will be played at Taipei Gymnasium from July 31-Aug. 4.
Both groups will adopt the single round robin format to determine the winner.
Complete rosters of the tournament haven't been released yet, but I guess most men's teams will be national teams as most teams would love to use the tourney as a warm-up series to prepare for the upcoming Asian Championship in Wuhan, Hubei, China in September.
In the men's competition, two-time Asian champion Iran will be seeking to three-peat in the Jones Cup as well.
Taiwan will send two teams -- the national team and the national team for the World University Games -- to the five-team women's group. The women's competition will be free of charge.
Aug. 6 13:00 South Africa-Iran 15:00 Korea-UAE 17:00 Philippines-Jordan 19:00 Opening ceremony 19:30 Taiwan-Japan
Aug. 7 13:00 South Africa-Korea 15:00 UAE-Philippines 17:00 Japan-Malaysia 19:00 Iran-Taiwan
Aug. 8 13:00 UAE-Japan 15:00 Jordan-Iran 17:00 Korea-Malaysia 19:00 Taiwan-South Africa
Aug. 9 13:00 Iran-UAE 15:00 Japan-Jordan 17:00 Philippines-Korea 19:00 Malaysia-Taiwan
Aug. 10 13:00 UAE-Malaysia 15:00 Philippines-South Africa 17:00 Iran-Japan 19:00 Korea-Jordan
Aug. 11 13:00 South Africa-UAE 15:00 Malaysia-Iran 17:00 Japan-Philippines 19:00 Taiwan-Jordan
Aug. 12 13:00 Philippines-Malaysia 15:00 South Africa-Jordan 17:00 Japan-Korea 19:00 Taiwan-UAE
Aug. 13 13:00 Malaysia-South Africa 15:00 UAE-Jordan 17:00 Korea-Iran 19:00 Philippines-Taiwan
Aug. 14 13:00 Jordan-Malaysia 15:00 South Africa-Japan 17:00 Iran-Philippines 19:00 Taiwan-Korea Closing ceremony
Venue: Sinjhuang Stadium, New Taipei City
July 31 16:00 Taiwan WUG-India 18:00 Opening ceremony 18:30 Taiwan-Japan
Aug. 1 17:00 Korea-Taiwan WUG 19:00 India-Taiwan
Aug. 2 17:00 Taiwan WUG-Japan 19:00 Korea-India
Aug. 3 17:00 Japan-Korea 19:00 Taiwan-Taiwan WUG
Aug. 4 17:00 India-Japan 19:00 Korea-Taiwan 21:00 Closing ceremony
Venue: Taipei Gymnasium (10, Sec.4, Nanking E. Rd., Taipei City)
By Ying-Chou Chou , Featured Columnist Team USA JC are proud to announce the signing of international legend Erron Maxey(198-F-78, college: Providence) (198-F-78, college: Providence) and the return of Jermaine Barnes (193-G/F-83, college: Point, GA, agency: Gamble Sports Management). Team USA Overtake sat out of the 2016 Williams Jones Cup an were forced to watch the Philippians win yet another title. Barnes; A four time participant in the WJC was apart of the 2012 team that lost to t... [read more]
Barnes; A four time participant in the WJC was apart of the 2012 team that lost to the Philippians by just one point of the gold medal game. "Its something I have never let go", said Barnes. Barnes recently announced his return to basketball through various basketball channels and made it very clear his eyes were on the Philippians. "They took what was mine and 2017 will be our year". In 2014 he signed a non guaranteed NBA contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves before being released.
Erron Maxey will be the newest member to Team USA Overtake. Maxey is currently playing in Australia for the Toowoomba Mountaineers. Hes currently 2nd in scoring with an impressive 26.2 points per game. Many say his age would be a factor in the season but he continues to prove hes a big time player.
"Adding guys like Maxey and Barnes is a great start to recruiting", said head coach Kevin Franklin . Erron Maxey is the real deal and I'm glad to finally get i=him in red, white and blue.
Team USA Select has received two medals in the Jones Cup (2012, 2013); but has never finished first. The Philippians don't look to be getting any weaker adding more NBA players to their roster. Al Thornton (203-F-83, college: Florida St.) was named 2016 MVP of the tournament and will return for 2017. If they Americans have any chance at the gold they will need more fire power below.
Philippines lift Jones Cup after win over Egypt - 6 months ago
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The Philippines clinched this year's William Jones Cup title yesterday with their seventh straight victory, a 80-61 triumph over Egypt, while South Korea staked their claim to second place by defeating Taiwan B 82-65 in the evening game at the Sinjhuang Gymnasium in New Taipei City. Taiwan A matched South Korea's 5-2 record when they topped US-Sacramento State 86-71 in the late game, setting up a showdown for second place at 7pm today. Defending champions Iran salvaged some pride by avert... [read more]
The Philippines clinched this year's William Jones Cup title yesterday with their seventh straight victory, a 80-61 triumph over Egypt, while South Korea staked their claim to second place by defeating Taiwan B 82-65 in the evening game at the Sinjhuang Gymnasium in New Taipei City. Taiwan A matched South Korea's 5-2 record when they topped US-Sacramento State 86-71 in the late game, setting up a showdown for second place at 7pm today. Defending champions Iran salvaged some pride by averting a strong challenge from Japan in a tight 73-65 win in the afternoon. Deflated by three consecutive losses to South Korea, Taiwan A and the Philippines, Iran are now looking to finish in the top three and face India on the final day of the tournament. Represented by Mighty Sports, the Philippines put the game away at the end of a surprisingly close contest when they lit up the board for 28 points in the final quarter, compared with Egypt's 14 down the stretch. The dynamic duo of Al Thornton (203-F-83, college: Florida St.) and Dewarick Spencer (193-G-82, college: Arkansas St., agency: Higher Vision Sports) were too much for their Middle Eastern opponents. Thornton, a former NBA player with the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors, dished out a double-double with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Spencer, whose career has spanned several professional leagues in Europe and Asia, had 19 markers to go with three rebounds. Point guard Amr Sherif Abdelhalim starred for Egypt, netting a game-high 24 points and pulling down 12 rebounds as his team dropped to a 3-5 record. South Korea built on their huge 45-21 lead at halftime and coasted the rest of the way to down Taiwan B. Starters Heo Ung (183-G-93) and Lee Seoung-Hyun (197-F-82) led South Korea with 16 and 11 points respectively. For the hosts, American import John Florveus (211-C-90, college: Georgia) had his best day for the national junior squad getting ready for next year's Summer Universiade. The center from the University of Georgia Bulldogs took charge, bagging a team-high 17 points and 13 rebounds in a losing effort. Earlier, Iran went in with a 32-26 lead at halftime and had to fight for every possession against a tenacious Japan to close with an eight-point winning margin. Iran relied on the steady hands of starting trio Rouzbeh Arghavan, Behnam Yakhchali (197-SG-95) and Sajjad Mashayekhi (180-PG-94), who posted 19, 18 and 15 markers each. Point guard Yuki Togashi (170-PG-93) was the bright spot for Japan, making seven-of-11 field goals and going three-for-five three-pointers in his 25-point total. In related news, Japan advanced to the semi-finals of the FIBA U18 Asia Championship on Friday when they ousted Taiwan 77-71 in the Iranian capital, Tehran. The hosts gave the home fans plenty to celebrate by edging China 62-59, while South Korea prevailed over the Philippines and Lebanon saw off India in the other quarter-finals. Courtesy of: taipeitimes.com
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