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Iran, China, South Korea and Japan reach semis in Ulaanbaatar - Aug 24, 2012

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Saudi Arabia - China 33-76
China had little problems at the quarterfinal stage of U18 Asia Championship. They coasted past Saudi Arabia to reach semis. Yang Jinmeng (190-G-95) came up with 11 points to lead China. Saudi Arabia entered the game confidently. They led midway through the opening quarter. But the defending champions denied the deficit and pulled ahead for an 18:12 lead after ten minutes. The margin grew deeper in the second term. China ensured a 40:20 lead at halftime. They controlled the tempo after the big break. China kept their opponents at 18% from the field and eased to a 28-point lead heading into the fourth frame. They never looked back marching to the victory. Li Qi (198-F-95), Li Jinglong (195-F-95) and Bai Bing (200-F-95) finished with 9 points each for the winners. Nassir Abo Jalas (192-F-94) answered with 9 points for Saudi Arabia. Asslam Bafarat and Safwan Mohammed netted 6 points each in the loss.

South Korea - Philippines 90-77
South Korea will play at the semifinal stage of U18 Asia Championship. They overcame Philippines in the quarterfinal battle today. Jonghyun Lee (206-C-94) led the effort with 26 points and 18 rebounds. South Korea pulled ahead early in the encounter. They piled up a 22:19 lead after ten minutes. Philippines drew things level midway through the second quarter however South Korea managed to regain the lead. They ensured a 47:41 advantage at halftime. South Korea pulled away in the third quarter. The Korean side stretched the gap to as many as 14 points at the final intermission 69:55. Philippines failed to threaten the deficit in the final minutes. Choi Jun-Yong (200-F-94) delivered 17 points, while Heo Hoon added 15 points for the winners. Jerie Pingoy (175-G-94) answered with 19 points for Philippines. Rey Nambatac had 12 points and 7 rebounds in the loss.

Lebanon - Iran 47-84
Iran advanced into semifinal stage of U18 Asia Championship. They knocked down Lebanon to complete semifinal picture. Iran will now battle South Korea for the championship game birth. Vahid Dalirzahan (199-SF-95) scored 22 points to lead the winners. Iran held their opponents to 11 points in the opening quarter to jump ahead. Iran entered the second quarter up by 7 points. Iran maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. They posted a 34:26 halftime lead. Iran increased the tempo in the third term. They unleashed 31 points and ensured a comfortable 31-point buffer before the final stanza. Iran stayed in charge in the final period and cruised to the victory at the end. Behnam Yakhchali (191-G-95) produced 17 points, while Saleh Foroutannik and Mohammad Yousof Vand contributed 10 points each for the winners. Ziad Ali (197-F/C-94) answered with 10 points for Lebanon. Gerard Hadidian and Ali Mezher netted 8 points each in the loss.

Taiwan - Japan 67-68
Japan is the first Semifinalist of the 22nd FIBA Asia U18 Championship. The team grabbed 68:67 win over Taiwan in the first Quarterfinal game of the day. Japan won the first period 27:16 and but could take only 1-point lead at the halftime. Taiwan responded with 24-14 and reduced to 41:40 after the first 20 minutes of the game. In the third period Japan produced 15-13 and led 56:53 after three quarters. Chin Ming-Ching gave Taiwan 65:63 lead with 3 minutes to go and he also brought 67:65. Masahiro Narita (185-SF-94) however nailed three for Japan to bring the important victory at the tournament. Masahiro Narita erupted with 31 points for the winners and Kazushi Mori (192-SF-94) notched 15. Terazono Shuto followed them with 11 points in a win. Fang Shih-En (199-C-94) replied with 18 points and 17 rebounds in defeat. Chiu Jih-Cheng and Chin Ming-Ching scored 9 points each.
9-12 places
Syria - Bahrain 80-70
Syria beat Bahrain at the start of the Classification games for 9-12 places. Syria won 80:70 and will play for the 9th place against India. The play-offs are scheduled for Saturday. Syria started the game with 16-14 and added 19-17 in the second frame. Both teams scored 23 points each in offensive third period as the board showed 58:54 after three quarters. Syria came up with 22-16 in the last stanza and sealed the victory. Mahmmoud Trub (195-F-94) top-scored for the winners with 24 points and Ali Obesi (188-F-94) nailed 20. Baghajati Okba delivered 14, while Atle Mohamad added 8. Ali Hassan Shukralla finished the game with 20 points and 13 rebounds in defeat and Ali Sayed Hasan also scored 20. Buallay Mohammed posted 12, whilst Naser Mahamed chipped in with 9.

India - Indonesia 67-53
India roll over Indonesia at the Classification games for 9-12 places. India won 67:53 and will play for the 9th place against Syria. The play-offs are scheduled for Saturday. Both teams wanted to play for the higher place and showed great game and effort. Indonesia started with 16-14, but India replied with 18-8 in the second frame. Moreover India added 14-13 in the third period for 46:37 at the end of three quarters. Palpreet Singh Brar (204-C-94) increased the lead to 16 points and he also closed the game from the free throw line for 14-point victory. Palpreet Singh Brar paced all the winners with 24 points and Amit Kanarjee (187-PG-94) added 12. Sunder Shyam delivered 9, while Singh Rakesh had 8 points and 14 rebounds. Kristianto Halim (201-C-94) finished the game with 12 points and 15 rebounds, while Adrianno Andre had 10.   

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Men Women
Asian Championships U18 Final Standings
 1. Australia
 2. N.Zealand
 3. China
 4. Philippine.
 5. Japan
 6. Iran
 7. Bahrain
 8. S.Korea

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Hyunjung LEE
  Avg: 26
 1. Lee, KOR26.0 
 2. Kumar, IND22.0 
 3. Rashed, BHR20.4 
 4. Wang, CHN20.0 
 5. Tominaga, JPN19.3 
 6. Guo, CHN18.7 
 7. Lin, TAI18.0 
 8. Ma, TAI16.3 
 9. Yeo, KOR16.2 
 10. Al-Ghamian, SYR16.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Michael WANG
  Avg: 13
 1. Wang, CHN13.0 
 2. Al-Ghamian, SYR12.7 
 3. Edu, PHI11.5 
 4. Morrison, TAI11.3 
 5. Rezaeifar, IRI11.3 
 6. Lee, KOR10.3 
 7. Bowen, AUS10.2 
 8. Singh, IND9.8 
 9. Aboukuora, BHR9.7 
 10. Froling, AUS9.0 
Assists Per Game
 Hyunjung LEE
  Avg: 6
 1. Lee, KOR6.0 
 2. Cameron, NZL5.6 
 3. Guo, CHN5.4 
 4. Xu, CHN4.9 
 5. Wigness, AUS4.3 
 6. Dalirzahan, IRI4.3 
 7. Lee, KOR4.0 
 8. Lee, AUS4.0 
 9. Kawamura, JPN4.0 
 10. Panopio, PHI4.0 
Steals Per Game
 Hyunjung LEE
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Lee, KOR3.3 
 2. Kumar, IND3.0 
 3. Lin, TAI2.5 
 4. Lin, TAI2.5 
 5. Cameron, NZL2.4 
 6. Nakamura, JPN2.1 
 7. Kawamura, JPN2.1 
 8. Hussein, UAE2.0 
 9. Shakirov, KAZ2.0 
 10. Lee, AUS2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Princepal SINGH
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Singh, IND3.3 
 2. Edu, PHI2.8 
 3. Rezaeifar, IRI2.3 
 4. Kasab, LEB2.0 
 5. Tomar, IND2.0 
 6. Morrison, TAI2.0 
 7. Froling, AUS2.0 
 8. Yeo, KOR1.8 
 9. Sotto, PHI1.5 
 10. Darling, NZL1.3 
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