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Review of Day 4 in Incheon - Sep 23, 2014

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Group C
Taiwan - Kazakhstan 68-74
Kazakhstan surprised highly ambitious Taiwan at the start of the Second Stage at the Asian Games. Dmitriy Gavrilov (203-F-86) and Anatoly Kolesnikov (200-G/F-88, agency: Priority Sports, college: Nicholls St.) posted 18 points each to pace the Kazakh team to a vital win in Group C. Kazakhstan jumped to a 40:30 halftime lead. Taiwan cut the deficit in the third term however Kazakhstan unloaded 25 points in the fourth stanza and sealed the winning outcome. Cheng Ju Lu came up with 17 points for Taiwan in the loss.

Group D
Jordan - Mongolia 74-83
Mongolia stunned Jordan at the start of action in Group D. Bilguun Battuvshin (197-SF-89) scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to pace Mongolia. Jordan jumped at an 18:14 lead after ten minutes. But Mongolia went for 49 points in the next two periods to take an 11-point lead at the final break. Jordan scored 23 points in the fourth period but could not avoid the defeat. Sanchir Tungalag (190-G-89) recorded 19 points and 7 rebounds in the victory. Mousa Alawadi (188-G-85) responded with 22 points and 7 rebounds for Jordan.

Group E
Philippines - India 85-76
Philippines ensured the winning start to their Asian Games campaign. They held off India in Group E opener. Six players scored in double digits for Philippines. Marcus Douthit (210-C/F-80, college: Providence) and Jeffrei Chan (188-F-83) came up with 14 points each for the winners. Philippines secured a 50:37 halftime lead. They extended the lead to 14 points in the third term and never looked back en route to the victory. Gary David (185-G/F-78) chipped in 13 points for the winners. Amrit Pal Singh (210-C-91) responded with 16 points for India.

Group F
Qatar - Kuwait 79-69
Khalid Suliman (198-G/F-87) nailed 25 points and collected 9 rebounds to pace Qatar past Kuwait in Group F opener. Qatar built a 43:32 halftime lead. They extended the advantage to as many as 16 points at the final intermission and never looked back en route to the victory. Erfan Ali Saeed (198-PF-83) had 14 points for the winners. Ahmad Albaloushi (182-PG-90) answered with 17 points for Kuwait.  

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Asian Games Final Standings
 1. China
 2. Iran
 3. S.Korea
 4. Taiwan
 5. Philippine.
 6. Syria
 7. Japan
 8. Indonesia

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