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Points Per Game
 Yanhao ZHAO
  (195-F-97)
  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
  (208-C-97)
  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
  (192-SG-96)
  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
  (206-C-94)
  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
  (206-C-94)
  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 
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Results and Stats from Day 1 in Tianjin - Oct 9, 2013


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Quincy Davis
Group A
Mongolia - Guam 83:71
Mongolia recorded the first win at the 6th East Asian Games in Tianjin. They held off Guam in Group A. Bilguun Battuvshin (197-F-89) knocked down 27 points to lead the winners.
Mongolia earned a 21:14 lead after ten minutes of action. They maintained the advantage in the second frame. Mongolia arrived at the interval up by 10 points 43:33. Guam connected for 15 points in the third term and cut the distance by one point. But Mongolia poured in 26 points in the fourth period and sealed the winning outcome. Odbayar Batdorj (193-PF-85) netted 16 points, while Sanchir Tungalag (188-G-89) had 13 points and 10 boards for the winners. Joseph Blas (183-G/F) answered with 21 points for Guam. Vincent Estella (186-G) finished with 14 points in the defeat.

Mongolia: Bilguun Battuvshin 27, Odbayar Batdorj 16, Sanchir Tungalag 13+10 boards
Guam: Joseph Blas 21, Vincent Estella 14

Taiwan - South Korea 79:76
Taiwan opened win count at the East Asian Games in China. They snatched a narrow victory over South Korea in Group A. Davis Quincy (206-F/C-83, agency: Elite Talent Exchange, college: Tulane) came up with 26 points and 13 boards for Taiwan.
South Korea grabbed a narrow lead after ten minutes of action. They enjoyed a 20:17 advantage at the first break. But Taiwan erased the deficit in the second term. They pulled ahead to secure a 37:35 halftime lead. South Korea got within a single point at the third break 52:53. Taiwan erupted for 26 points in the final period and escaped with a narrow victory at the end. Lin Chih-Chieh (192-G-82) netted 12 points, while Liu Cheng (192-F-90) added 9 points for Taiwan. Choi Jun-Yong (200-SG-94) responded with 15 points for South Korea. Park Chan-Hee (190-G-87) tossed in 12 points in the loss.

Taiwan: Davis Quincy 26+13 boards, Lin Chih-Chieh 12, Liu Cheng 9
South Korea: Choi Jun-Yong 15, Park Chan-Hee 12

Group B
Japan - Hong Kong 82:56
Japan claimed the starting win at the East Asian Games in Tianjin. They held off Hong Kong in Group B. Yuya Nagayoshi (199-C-91) knocked down 15 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for the Japanese team.
Japan erupted for 27 points in the opening quarter and recorded a comfortable 18-point lead. They stretched the margin in the second term. Japan arrived at the interval up by 26 points 46:20. Japan held their opponents to only 12 points in the third term and opened a 28-point advantage heading into the fourth frame. Hong Kong knocked down 24 points in the final stanza but could not avoid the defeat at the end. Daiki Tanaka (191-F-91) netted 13 points, while Soichiro Fujitaka (190-G-91), Kebin Hareyama (191-F-93) and Kengo Nomoto (196-F-92) had 11 points each for the winners. Liang Man Hung (173-G-86) responded with 12 points for Hong Kong. Cheung Wai Hong (183-G-89) delivered 10 points in the loss.

Japan: Yuya Nagayoshi 15+12 boards, Daiki Tanaka 13, Soichiro Fujitaka 11, Kebin Hareyama 11, Kengo Nomoto 11
Hong Kong: Liang Man Hung 12, Cheung Wai Hong 10   




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