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EABC Standings
Group East
 1. Fiji 0-0 
 2. Guam 0-0 
 3. Indonesia 0-0 
 4. Macau 0-0 
 5. Malaysia 0-0 
 6. Singapore 0-0 
 7. Thailand 0-0 
Group West
 1. Bangladesh 0-0 
 2. Bahrain 0-0 
 3. S.Arabia 0-0 
 4. Palestine 0-0 
 5. Sri Lanka 0-0 
Full Standings

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Yanhao ZHAO
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Zhao, CHN19.8 
 2. Davis, TAI18.5 
 3. Hu, CHN17.0 
 4. Heo, KOR15.0 
 5. Yang, KOR14.8 
 6. Lee, KOR13.8 
 7. Hiejima, JPN13.8 
 8. Liu, TAI13.5 
 9. Lee, KOR13.5 
 10. Sun, CHN13.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jinqiu HU
  Avg: 13
 1. Hu, CHN13.0 
 2. Davis, TAI10.5 
 3. Chan, MAC9.7 
 4. Reid, HKG9.0 
 5. Brown, JPN7.5 
 6. Lai, MAC6.3 
 7. Fong, HKG5.7 
 8. Kang, KOR5.0 
 9. Sun, CHN4.8 
 10. Takeuchi, JPN4.5 
Assists Per Game
 MingHui SUN
  Avg: 7
 1. Sun, CHN7.0 
 2. Heo, KOR5.0 
 3. Hiejima, JPN4.8 
 4. Li, HKG4.7 
 5. Lee, KOR4.0 
 6. Hashimoto, JPN3.8 
 7. Tang, CHN3.8 
 8. Chiang, TAI3.5 
 9. Lee, KOR3.5 
 10. Tanaka, JPN3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Jong-Hyun LEE
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Lee, KOR2.3 
 2. Togashi, JPN2.0 
 3. Li, HKG2.0 
 4. Liu, TAI2.0 
 5. Sun, CHN2.0 
 6. Taruike, CHN1.8 
 7. Chou, TAI1.8 
 8. Fong, HKG1.7 
 9. Hiejima, JPN1.5 
 10. Baba, JPN1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Jong-Hyun LEE
  Avg: 2
 1. Lee, KOR2.0 
 2. Takeuchi, JPN1.3 
 3. Taruike, CHN1.0 
 4. Davis, TAI1.0 
 5. Chan, MAC1.0 
 6. Zhu, CHN0.8 
 7. Kang, KOR0.8 
 8. Hu, CHN0.8 
 9. Lau, HKG0.7 
 10. Lin, HKG0.7 

Day 4 in Incheon. China and South Korea to clash for the title - May 20, 2013

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South Korea - Hong Kong 105:62
South Korea joined China in the East Asian Championship Final. The hosts drubbed Hong Kong in the semis today. Six South Korean players scored in double digits to pace the hosts to the victory. Kim Jong-Kyu (207-C-91) netted 20 points to lead the effort.
It was a lopsided affair right from the start. South Korea did not waste time powering to a 32:9 lead at the first break. South Korea stayed in front throughout the second quarter. They boosted the lead to as many as 32 points at halftime 56:24. South Korea and Hong Kong slowed down a bit in the third term. The teams traded baskets as the Korean side remained in a comfortable lead. The hosts poured in 27 points in the fourth period and sealed the winning outcome at the end. Park Jae-Hyun (187-G-91) produced 15 points, while Kim Min-Goo added 11 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Liang Man Hung (173-G-86) responded with 15 points for Hong Kong. Reid Duncan had 13 points and 8 boards in the loss.

South Korea: Kim Jong-Kyu 20, Park Jae-Hyun 15, Kim Min-Goo 11
Hong Kong: Liang Man Hung 15, Reid Duncan 13

China - Japan 83:68
China advanced into East Asian Championship Final. They held off Japan in the semifinal battle in Incheon tonight. Guo Ailun (192-SF-93) stepped up with pivotal performance for China. He finished with 28 points, 6 rebound and 5 assists to pace China to the victory.
The teams were all square after ten minutes of action 15:15. But China broke through in the second frame. They ignited a 25:9 run in the quarter to gain a comfortable 16-point lead at the interval. Japan stopped the rot in the third term. They slowed their opponents down and narrowed the deficit at 13-point mark 40:53. But China exploded with 30 points in the final period and eased to the victory at the end. Zhai Xiaochuan (205-F-93) produced 14 points and 9 rebounds, while Sun TongLin (208-F/C-92) added 13 points for the winners. Kosuke Kanamaru (193-F/G-89) replied with 18 points for Japan. Yuya Nagayoshi (199-C-91) and Kosuke Takeuchi (206-C/F-85) had 12 points each in the loss.

China: Guo Ailun 28, Zhai Xiaochuan 13, Sun TongLin 13
Japan: Kosuke Kanamaru 18, Yuya Nagayoshi 12, Kosuke Takeuchi 12

5-6 Place
Taiwan - Mongolia 94:86
Taiwan finished in the fifth position at the East Asian Championship in South Korea. They defeated Mongolia today to qualify for the Fiba Asia Championship. Tsung-Hsien Chang (192-G-87) came up with 19 points to lead the winners.
Mongolia jumped to an early lead in this one. They grabbed a 22:21 advantage after ten minutes. But Taiwan quickly shook off the sloppiness and went on a 28:16 run in the second frame. They built a 49:38 halftime advantage. Taiwan stayed dominant in the third quarter. They rolled to a 74:56 lead at the final intermission. Mongolia stayed competitive till the final seconds. They poured in 30 points in the fourth frame but could not erase the deficit at the end. Tsai Wen-Cheng (190-G/F-85) knocked down 18 points, while Ke Chi-Hao (181-PG-85) added 16 points for the winners. Sanchir Tungalag (188-G-89) responded with 30 points for Mongolia. Bilguun Battuvshin had 24 points and 11 boards in the loss.

Taiwan: Tsung-Hsien Chang 19, Tsai Wen-Cheng 18, Ke Chi-Hao 16
Mongolia: Sanchir Tungalag 30, Bilguun Battuvshin 24+11 boards  

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