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Mongolia's men win FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup 2017 - Oct 30, 2017


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Dulguun
Enkhbat
Mongolia's men and Australia's women won gold in the second edition of the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup 2017 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on October 29 2017. In the men's category, the Mongolian hosts had a tough route to the final. In the semi-final that went to overtime, they beat an impressive Australian team who had made their way through the tournament from the Day 1 qualifying draw. Mongolia met New Zealand in the final and turned on theatrics for the home crowd. The atmosphere was electric as the two teams remained within almost 2 points throughout the game. Mongolia pulled away in the final minutes and won 19-14, thanks to the play-making of MVP Dulguun Enkhbat (190-F/G-92) and the scoring of Tsenguunbayar Gotov (192-F-90). New Zealand's Alonzo Burton (193-G-93) also made it to the Team of the Tournament. For the bronze medal, Australia met a red-hot Anton Kotenko (193-SG-84) (Kazakhstan), who was a scoring machine with 47 total points. Australia took an early lead but Kotenko was not ready for the party to end. He brought Kazakhstan within striking distance. However, Lucas Parker combined with Owen Odgie to earn the bronze medal for Australia. In the shoot-out contest, Yap won gold, Zhang Jiabin (200-F) (China) took sliver and Zalina Kurazova (Kazakhstan) came in third.
Final standings of the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup 2017:
Men
1.Mongolia
2.New Zealand
3.Australia
4.Kazakhstan
5.China
6.Chinese Taipei
7.Kyrgyzstan
8.Japan
9.India
10. Qatar
11. Sri Lanka
12. Bahrain
13.Malaysia
14. Lebanon
15. Turkmenistan
Courtesy of: fiba.basketball

  



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