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Final Standings
 1. Al Riyadi 4-0 
 2. Mahram 3-1 
 3. Duhok 2-2 
 4. Belent 1-3 
 5. E.R. Falcons 0-4 
Points Per Game
 Ahmad IBRAHIM
  (202-G/F-92)
  Avg: 20.6
 1. Ibrahim, Al Riyadi20.6 
 2. Kozlov, Belent19.0 
 3. Gorgiss, Duhok18.8 
 4. Saoud, Al Riyadi18.4 
 5. Varda, Radnicki KG15.8 
 6. Battulga, E.R. F.15.0 
 7. Nikkhah Bahr., Foo.14.8 
 8. Kamrani, Mahram14.4 
 9. Davaadorj, E.R. F.13.8 
 10. Juginisov, Belent13.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Loren WOODS
  USA
  (218-C-78)
  Avg: 7.8
 1. Woods, Al Riyadi7.8 
 2. Averyanov, Belent7.3 
 3. Ismail, Al Riyadi6.8 
 4. Dartez, Duhok6.8 
 5. Hameed, Duhok6.7 
 6. Abdel Nour, Al Ri.6.6 
 7. Juginisov, Belent6.2 
 8. Kardoust, Champvil.6.0 
 9. Nabipour, Azad6.0 
 10. Kozlov, Belent5.8 
Assists Per Game
 Mohammad Samad NIKKHAH BAHRAMI
  (199-F-83)
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Nikkhah Bahr., Foo.5.4 
 2. Kamrani, Mahram4.8 
 3. Ismail, Al Riyadi4.3 
 4. Munkhbayar, E.R. F.3.5 
 5. Mahmoud, Al Riyadi3.0 
 6. Bayriyev, Belent3.0 
 7. El Turk, Al Riyadi2.8 
 8. Aslani, Mahram2.8 
 9. Davarpanah, Zanjan2.5 
 10. Martinez, Al Riya.2.4 
Steals Per Game
 Ali AL-JUBOORI
  (165-PG-87)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Al-Juboori, Duhok3.5 
 2. Saoud, Al Riyadi2.4 
 3. Sahakian, Foolad M.2.4 
 4. Mahmoud, Al Riyadi2.4 
 5. Davarpanah, Zanjan2.3 
 6. Kamrani, Mahram2.2 
 7. Woods, Al Riyadi2.0 
 8. Afagh, Petrochimi1.8 
 9. Aslani, Mahram1.6 
 10. Ibrahim, Al Riyadi1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Loren WOODS
  USA
  (218-C-78)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Woods, Al Riyadi2.6 
 2. Hameed, Duhok2.3 
 3. Dartez, Duhok1.7 
 4. Ismail, Al Riyadi1.3 
 5. Kardoust, Champvil.1.0 
 6. Purevjav, E.R. F.0.8 
 7. Kozlov, Belent0.5 
 8. Ariunbold, E.R. F.0.5 
 9. Kamrani, Mahram0.4 
 10. Nikkhah Bahr., Fo.0.4 
Season 2012
List of Players

Championship game is postponed due to security reasons - Oct 22, 2012

Asia Club Championship Final game has been postponed due to security reasons. The turbulent situation in the Lebanese capital forced the Fiba Asia to make a decision of putting off the game for a later date. The rumours have it that the game might be played in Dubai next week. However no decision has been made at this time.
Riyadi and Mahram were scheduled to play the title game tonight in Beirut.


Riyadi and Mahram enter title game in Beirut - Oct 20, 2012

Mahram - Duhok 93-76
Mahram ensured the spot in the Asia Club Championship Final. They overcame Duhok in the semifinal battle today. Mahdi Kamrani (186-PG-82) stepped up with 23 points to lead the winners. Mahram will take on Riyadi in the championship game on Monday. Duhok secured a 19:18 lead after ten minutes. Mahram increased the tempo in the second frame. The Iranian powerhouse surged ahead to ensure a 45:38 halftime lead. Mahram posted 24 points in the third stanza and secured a 12-point buffer before the fourth frame. Mahram knocked down 24 points in the final stanza to seal the winning outcome. Samad Nik Khahbahrami (199-F-83) posted 19 points, while Ratko Varda added 17 points and 9 rebounds for Mahram. Kendall Dartez (207-C/F-80, college: Louisville) answered with 17 points for Duhok. Ali Ismael (200-PF-94) and Antonio Webb (178-G-84, college: Beth.-Cookman) finished with 13 points each in the loss.

Al Riyadi - Belent 116-65
Riyadi had no problems reaching the Final at the Asia Club Championship. The hosts cruised past Belent in the first semifinal tonight. Amir Saoud (188-G-91) came up with 45 points and 6 rebounds to lead the hosts. Riyadi left their opponents far behind after the opening quarter. The Lebanese team went on a 32:8 run in the first period. Riaydi maintained the advantage throughout the second stanza. The hosts accounted for a 61:27 halftime lead. Riyadi exploded with 30 points in the third term to gain an insurmountable 91:38 lead at the final break. Belent outscored Riyadi in the fourth frame but just sweetened the pill at the end. Omar El Turk (186-SG-81, college: Dawson Coll.) and Wael Arakji (193-G-94) netted 12 points each for the winners. Aleksandr Kozlov (200-F-82) answered with 16 points for Belent. Begench Akmammedov had 15 points in the loss.


Semifinalists are set in Beirut - Oct 19, 2012

Belent - Duhok 77-88
Duhok clunched the second win at the Asia Club Championship in Beirut. The Iraqi team overcame Belent to finish at 2-2 record in the third position in the ladder. Duhok will take on Mahram, while Belent will face Riyadi in the semifinal round tomorrow. Belent ensured a strong start to the game. They piled up a 23:17 lead ten minutes into the encounter. Duhok stopped the rot in the second period. The Iraqis narrowed the deficit at 3-point mark 36:39. Duhok went on a 23:12 run in the third stanza to ensure a 59:51 lead with ten minutes remaining. Duhok exploded with 29 points in the fourth stanza to seal the winning outcome at the end. Antonio Webb (178-G-84, college: Beth.-Cookman) provided 27 points, while Kendall Dartez (207-C/F-80, college: Louisville) contributed 19 points and 13 rebounds in the victory. Aleksandr Kozlov (200-F-82) answered with 23 points for Belent. Samender Juginisov (204-F/C-87) had 18 points in the loss.

Mahram - Al Riyadi 63-88
Riyadi celebrated the fourth straight win at the Asia Club Championship. The Lebanese team overcame Mahram to remain undefeated at the end of preliminary round. Ahmad Ibrahim (202-G/F-92, college: Rice) came up with 29 points to pace the hosts. Mahram finished in the second spot at 3-1 record. Riyadi limited Mahram to just 6 points in the opening frame to secure an 11-point advantage after ten minutes. Riyadi extended the lead in the second stanza. The Lebanese side arrived at halftime 37:21 halftime advantage. Riyadi poured in 28 points in the third stanza to keep the visitors at bay. Riyadi headed into the fourth quarter up by 18 points and never looked back en route to the win. Ahmad Ismail netted 19 points, while Loren Woods had 12 points and 16 rebounds for Riyadi. Mahdi Kamrani (186-PG-82) answered with 21 points for Mahram. Mousa Nabipour (212-C/F-83) and Ratko Varda (215-C/F-79, agency: Beo Basket) had 10 points each in the loss.


Day 3 in Beirut - Oct 17, 2012

Al Riyadi - Duhok 96-51
Riyadi posted the third straight win at the Asia Club Championship. The Lebanese side overcame Duhok to improve at 3-0 record. Ahmad Ibrahim (202-G/F-92, college: Rice) nailed 33 points to pace the winners. Duhok fell at 0-2 record in the loss. Riyadi secured a strong start. They cleared off to a 24:4 advantage at the first break. The Lebanese team fired 29 points in the second quarter to boost the gap. They ensured a 53:17 halftime lead. Riyadi maintained the lead throughout the third frame. The Lebanese powerhouse entered the fourth quarter up by 46 points. Riyadi never looked back in the final period and rallied to the victory at the end. Ahmad Ismail (205-F/C-76) contributed 16 points and 9 rebounds, while Amir Saoud (188-G-91) added 10 points for the winners. Antonio Webb (178-G-84, college: Beth.-Cookman) answered with 17 points for Duhok. Kendall Dartez (207-C/F-80, college: Louisville) delivered 10 points and pulled down 9 rebounds in the losing case.

E.R. Falcons - Belent 68-96
Belent clinched the first win at the Asia Club Championship in Beirut. The Turkmenistan side outgunned Falcons for 1-1 record. Pavel Averyanov (202-F-87) accounted for 18 points and 18 rebounds for the winning side. Falcon ensured a 22:21 lead after ten minutes. The Turkmenistan team turned things around in the second quarter. They fired 29 points in the frame to post a 50:33 halftime advantage. Belent stayed in front in the third frame. They secured a 70:46 advantage at the final intermission. Belent cruised to the victory in the fourth quarter. Samender Juginisov (204-F/C-87) had 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Aleksandr Kozlov (200-F-82) netted 17 points for Belent. Nemekhbayar Battulga (G-81) answered with 18 points for Falcon. Temuujin Ariunbold chipped in 16 points in the loss.


Day 2 in Beirut - Oct 16, 2012

Al Riyadi - E.R. Falcons 100-53
Riyadi eased to the second straight win at the start of Asia Club Championship. The Lebanese team shot down Falcon to improve at 2-0 record. Riyadi gave little chance for their opponents. The Lebanese team grabbed a 28:14 lead ten minutes into the game. Riyadi erupted for 33 points in the second quartet to aggravate the damage. The Lebanese side ensured a 61:21 halftime lead. Falcon used a bit of a sloppy form of Riyadi in the third quarter to outscore their opponents but it had little impact on the game. Riyadi allowed Falcon to win the fourth frame claiming an overall comprehensive victory. Ahmad Ibrahim (202-G/F-92, college: Rice) posted 18 points to lead the Lebanese side. Wael Arakji (193-G-94) added 16 points and 8 rebounds in the victory. Munkhtuvshin Davaadorj (SG-89) answered with 16 points for Falcon. Nemekhbayar Battulga (G-81) netted 11 points in the losing case.

Mahram - Duhok 91-52
Mahram registered the second victory at the start of Asia Club Championship. The Iranian team rallied past Duhok to stay undefeated at 2-0 record. Ratko Varda (215-C/F-79, agency: Beo Basket) and Samad Nik Khahbahrami (199-F-83) finished with 18 points each to lead the winners. Iran poured in 29 points in the opening quarter to ensure a 17-point lead. They maintained the advantage throughout the second quarter. Mahram arrived at halftime up by as many as 19 points 50:31. Mahram totally dominated in the third frame. They built a 32-point advantage at the final intermission. Duhok managed just 13 points in the fourth frame as Mahram cruised to the victory. Mahdi Kamrani (186-PG-82) netted 15 points and issued 6 assists for the winners. Antonio Webb (178-G-84, college: Beth.-Cookman) answered with 11 points for Duhok. Ali Ismael (200-PF-94) chipped in 10 points for the Iraqi team.


Day 1 in Beirut - Oct 15, 2012

Belent - Al Riyadi 54-116
Riyadi opened their title defence at the Asia Club Championship in style. The Lebanese powerhouse stamped Belent of Turkmenistan in the opener. Amir Saoud (188-G-91) came up with 23 points to lead the winners. Riyadi exploded with 35 points in the first quarter to clear off. The Lebanese team held Belent to just 6 points in the second quarter to boost the gap. The Turkmenistan side trailed by as many as 48 points at halftime 16:64. Riyadi kept their opponents at bay throughout the second half cruising to a comfortable victory. Wael Arakji (193-G-94) provided 16 points, while Loren Woods (218-C-78, college: Arizona) and Ahmad Ibrahim (202-G/F-92, college: Rice) contributed 15 points each for the winners. Aleksandr Kozlov (200-F-82) answered with 21 points for Belent. Samender Juginisov (204-F/C-87) netted 10 points in defeat.

E.R. Falcons - Mahram 66-121
Mahram got to the winning start of their Asia Club Championship. The Iranian powerhouse fired past Falcon of Mongolia in the opener. Samad Nik Khahbahrami (199-F-83) came up with 21 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds to lead the winners. Mahram ensured a stunning start to the game. They erupted for 46 points in the first quarter to pile up a 29-point advantage. The Iranian team stayed in full control throughout the second quarter. They registered a 71:33 halftime advantage. Mahram did not slow down in the second half. Mahram fired 31 points in the third term building an unassailable 52-point advantage. They never looked back en route to the victory. Ratko Varda (215-C/F-79, agency: Beo Basket) had 17 points, while Hamed Afagh (190-SG-83) contributed 15 points for the winners. Nemekhbayar Battulga (G-81) answered with 18 points for Falcon. Bolortulga Purevjav (C-87) chipped in 16 points in the loss.


23rd FIBA Asia Champions Cup postponed to October - May 2, 2012

The 23rd FIBA Asia Champions Cup scheduled to be held in Beirut from June 2-10 has been postponed to Oct 6-14. Beirut will remain the host to FIBA Asias most prestigious event for clubs. We took a lot of factors into consideration before deciding to postpone the event, said FIBA Asia Secretary General Hagop Khajirian. There have been a lot of requests presented to the FIBA Asia Central Board and FIBA Asia Executive Committee that the event be held in September or October in order to facilitate the domestic leagues properly, he said. Also the calendar of the ABL, which is the qualification event from SEABA one of the FIBA Asia subzones, extends till the end of June this year. We also saw that nominations from three subzones without playing their own regional qualification, he added. Further the Lebanese National Federation sought more time to completely renovate the playing arena at the Sports City in Beirut before hosting the event. Taking all this into consideration, FIBA Asia president Sheikh Saud bin Ali Al-Thani thought it wise to postpone the event to October, Khajirian added.
Courtesy of: fibaasia.net



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