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East Asia Championships Standings
Group A
 1. S.Korea 2-0 
 2. China 1-1 
 3. Hong Kong 0-2 
Group B
 1. Japan 2-0 
 2. Taiwan 1-1 
 3. Mongolia 0-2
South Korean National Team 2009
4 Choo Seung-Kyun (190-F-74) of KCC Egis
5 Lee Jung-Suk (183-G-82) of Seoul Samsung Thunders
6 Kang Byung-Hyun (192-G-85) of Inchon ET Land Black Slamer
7 Yang Dong-Gun (182-G-81) of Mobis Phoebus
8 Lee Kyu-Sup (198-F-77) of Seoul Samsung Thunders
9 Joo Hee-Jung (181-G-77) of Anyang KT&G Kites
10 Lee Dong-Jun (187-G-79) of KCC Egis
11 Bang Sung-Yun (197-F/G-82) of Seoul SK Knights
12 Yang Hee-Jong (194-F-84) of Sangmoo
13 Oh Sekeun (201-C-87) of Chungang University
14 Ham Ji-Hoon (199-C-84) of Mobis Phoebus
15 Kim Min-Soo (204-C-82) of Kyong Hee University
Coach: Hur Jae

Korea triumphed in the East Asian Championship  - Jun. 15, 2009 
Korea -Japan 68:58

Korea triumphed in the East Asian Championship winning the Final game over Japan 68:58. It was a great game from both teams as they finished the opening quarter with 19:19. Korea grabbed 38:37 at the half and could increase the lead later in the third. After 15-12 in the third frame the winners took 53:49 lead. Korea added 15-9 in the last quarter to clinch the first place in the tournament. Kim Min Soo led Korea with 16 points. Joo Hee Jung and Bang Sung Yoon each scored 13. Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) had 14 points and 12 rebounds for Japan and Joji Takeuchi (205-C-85) had 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Before that Korea overcame Chinese Taipei 86:71 to advance to the finals. Trailing 15-17 in the opening quarter, Kore produced 17-9 in the second period to stay in front. An offensive 28-27 in the third period gave the winners 6 points advantage after 20 minutes of the game. Another 26-18 sent Korea to the Finals of the East Asian Championship. The winners got 19 points from Kim Min Soo. Yang Che-Yi ended up with 21 points for Taipei.
Both teams made the Asian Championships, along with automatically invited China.

Korea:Kim Min-Soo (204-C-82) 16 points, Joo Hee-Jung (181-G-77) 13, Bang Sung Yoon 13.
Japan: Kosuke Takeuchi 14 points and 12 rebounds, Joji Takeuchi 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Korea, Chinese Taipei Win Big - Jun. 12, 2009 
As expected, Korea and Chinese Taipei both won lopsided victories over undermanned Hong Kong and Mongolia in the East Asian Championships in Nagoya, Japan.

Korea defeated Hong Kong 92-71 and Taipei defeated Mongolia 99-59. Korea will face Chinese Taipei in the first semi-final tomorrow while Japan faces China in the second. Mongolia and Hong Kong will contend for fifth place.

Two teams will make the Asian Championship, aside from China. China is guaranteed entry into the Championship as its host.

Korea Defeats China in East Asian Championship - Jun. 11, 2009 
China lost to Korea today 70-62 in the East Asia championship, bringing its record in the preliminary round to 1-1.

China trailed 21-12 after one quarter but led 28-26 at the half. China trailed 52-51 after three quarters and was outscored 18-11 in the fourth quarter.

Su Wei (212-C-89) led China with 15 points and 7 rebounds. But he hit only 3 of 10 free throws and committed 6 turnovers. Su was the only Chinese player in double figures.

Luo Zhi scored 9 points, but fouled out in 23 minutes. Zhang Kai had 7 points and 7 rebounds. Zhou Peng had 7 points and 4 rebounds. But he missed all 7 2-point shots he attempted and hit only 4 of 8 free throws. He did hit 1 of 2 three-pointers.

7-footer Ha Seung-Jin is injured, as are other Korean stars. Korea's tallest players are 200 cm. China played 212 cm Su Wei, 211 cm Zhang Kai and 206 cm Zhou Peng for most of the game. Nevertheless Korea outrebounded China 46-39.

200 cm Kim Min Soo led Korea with 17 points. 182 cm guard Joo Hee Jung had 13 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals. 194 cm forward Yang Hee Jong had 11 points and 6 rebounds.

In the other game today, host Japan defeated Mongolia 109-65. China will face Japan Saturday in one of the semi-finals. Korea will likely face Chinese Taipei in the other if it beats Hong Kong while Taipei defeats Mongolia tomorrow.

Link to box score:

China Defeats Hong Kong in East Asian Championship - Jun. 10, 2009 
China defeated Hong Kong 99-64 in the opening game of the East Asian championship in Nagoya, Japan.

Guangdong's young star, Zhou Peng (207-F-89), led China with 23 points and 5 rebounds. Veteran Zhang Nan of Zhejiang Guangsha had 16 points and 4 rebounds. Su Wei had 14 points and 8 rebounds. Chen Lei and Qiu Biao each scored 13. Zhang Kai had 7 points and 10 rebounds. Lau Chi Kin, Poon Chi Ho and Fong Shing Yee each had 12 for Hong Kong. Chen Kam Hing scored 10. China led 30-16 after one quarter, 53-37 at the half and 77-56 after three quarters. It outscored Hong Kong 22-8 in the fourth quarter.China's starting five was Zhang Kai, Su Wei, Zhou Peng, Zhang Nan and Yang Ming.

Japan defeated Chinese Taipei 78-66 in the other game played today. China is grouped with Hong Kong and Korea in the first round while Japan, Chinese Taipei and Mongolia are in the other first round group. China will play Korea tomorrow.

Link to box score:

  Participating teams rosters:
China National Team 2009
Liu Wei (190-G-80) of Shanghai Dongfang Sharks
Hu Xuefeng (185-G-80) of Jiangsu Nangang Dragons Nanjing
Zhang Qingpeng (188-G-81) of Liaoning Panpan Hunters
Chen Jianghua (188-G-89) of Guandong Southern Tigers
Yue Sun (205-G/F-85) of Los Angeles Lakers (USA)
Wang Shipeng (197-F/G-83) of Guandong Southern Tigers
Zhu Fangyu (201-F-83) of Guandong Southern Tigers
Du Feng (206-C/F-81) of Guandong Southern Tigers
Yi Li (203-F/G-85) of Jiangsu Nangang Dragons Nanjing
Wang Lei (203-F-86) of Bayi Fubang
Ding Jinhui (204-C-90) of Zhejiang Wanma Cyclones
Li Xiaoxu (204-C-90) of Liaoning Panpan Hunters
Jianlian Yi (212-C/F-87) of New Jersey Nets (USA)
Wang Zhizhi (214-C-77) of Bayi Fubang
Zhang Songtao (213-C-85) of Beijing Aoshen Olympians
Head Coach: Guo Shiqiang

Hong Kong National Team 2009
4 Heung Chun Keung (174-G-81)
5 Lo Yi Ting (178-G-87)
6 Li Kim Wong (183-G-84)
7 Cheng Kam Hing (189-F-85)
8 Lau Chi Kin (181-G-79)
9 Li Ka Yiu (185-G-78)
10 Law Man Kwong (185-F-85)
11 Poon Chiho (182-G-81)
12 Fong Shing Yee (191-F-83)
13 Wong Chun Wai (192-C-85)
14 Li Wai Lun (195-F-81)
15 Tam Waiyeung (194-F-82)
Head Coach: Chu Yin Ming
Japan National Team 2009
Takehiko Orimo (190-G-70) of Rera Kamuy Hokkaido
Yuichi Kan (187-G/F-77) of Hitachi Sunrockers
Ken Takeda (188-G-78) of Link Tochigi Brex
Shunsuke Ito (203-C/F-79) of Link Tochigi Brex
Kei Igarashi (180-G-80) of Hitachi Sunrockers
Tomoo Amino (195-F/G-80) of Aishin Sea Horses
Yuta Tabuse (175-G-80) of Link Tochigi Brex
Yoshifumi Kuwahara (200-C-80) of Toshiba Brave Thunders
Shogo Asayama (192-F-81) of Rera Kamuy Hokkaido
Daiji Yamada (200-C-81) of Rera Kamuy Hokkaido
Shinsuke Kashiwagi (183-G-81) of Aishin Sea Horses
Ryota Sakurai (194-F/G-83) of Rera Kamuy Hokkaido
Hiromasa Omiya (198-F/C-83) of Link Tochigi Brex
Yusuke Okada (185-G-84) of Toyota Alvark
Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) of Aishin Sea Horses
Joji Takeuchi (205-C-85) of Hitachi Sunrockers
Takumi Ishizaki (188-G-84) of Toshiba Brave Thunders
Head Coach: David Hobbs

Taiwan National Team 2009
Lee Hsueh-Lin (175-G-84) of Yulon Luxgen
Tien Lei (202-F-83) of Dacin Construction
Yang Yuming (176-G-79) of Jilin Northeast Tigers (CHN)
Su Yi Chieh (181-G-87) of Dacin Construction
Chang Chih Feng (183-G-81) of Dacin Construction
Lin Yi-Huei (192-F-86) of Dacin Construction
Yang Che-Yi (193-F-78) of Yulon Luxgen
Tsun Wen-Din (202-C-84) of Yulon Luxgen
Chen Shih Nien (182-G-84) of TTL Taiwan Beer
Lin Chih Chieh (192-F-82) of TTL Taiwan Beer
Ho Shou Cheng (197-F-83) of TTL Taiwan Beer
Wu Tai Hao (208-C-85) of TTL Taiwan Beer
Mongolia National Team 200
4 Purevdorj Tseverbal (181-G-86)
5 Badrakh Munkhbayar (179-F-84)
6 Sanchir Tungalag (175-G-89)
7 Mergen Tsetsgee (190-G-85)
8 Purevtseren Serjmyatav (202-C-83)
9 Sedbazar Shinen (189-F-81)
10 Uuganbayar Oyuntsetseg (196-F-88)
11 Zoljargal Namjildorj (202-C-87)
12 Munkhbold Bataa (191-F-86)
13 Azbayar Tserendagva (202-F-89)
14 Sainbayar Oyunbileg (192-F-83)
15 Sharavjamts Tserenjanhar (190-F-74)
Coach: Park Keun Yeon

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