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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.

Men's schedule

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

Women's schedule

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)

  




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Men Women

William Jones Cup Standings
 1. Canada 8-1 
 2. Lithuania 8-1 
 3. Philippine. 6-3 
 4. S.Korea 6-3 
 5. Taiwan B 5-4 
 6. Iran 4-5 
 7. Iraq 4-5 
 8. Japan 2-7 
 9. Taiwan 2-7 
 10. India 0-9 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Ying-Chun Chen20.4 
 2 Demario A. Mayfield19.7 
 3 Yi-Hsiang Chou18.8 
 4 Navid Rezaeifar18.6 
 5 Amjyot Singh Gill18.1 
 6 Diego Kapelan18 
 7 Edvinas Seskus15.9 
 8 Eigirdas Zukauskas15.8 
 9 Kyle Barone15.4 
 10 Connor Wood14 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Kyle Barone12.5 
 2 Myers Michael12.3 
 3 Michale Kyser9.9 
 4 Quincy Davis
 5 Ali Hameed8.1 
 6 Dwayne Smith7.9 
 7 Dhulfiqar Al-hchaimi7.6 
 8 Chr. Standhardiner7.4 
 9 Keyvan Reaei7.3 
 10 Sajjad Pazrofteh6.9 
Assists Per Game
 1 Ying-Chun Chen4.4 
 2 Kiefer Ravena4.3 
 3 Domantas Seskus3.9 
 4 Eigirdas Zukauskas3.9 
 5 Demario A. Mayfield3.7 
 6 Edvinas Seskus3.4 
 7 Lee Junghyun3.1 
 8 Wen-Ding Tzeng3.1 
 9 Yi-Jie Su
 10 Sunhyung Kim
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