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6th Asian University Men's Basketball Championship: 2nd Competition Day - Sep 22, 2016


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Sep. 20th marked the second day of competition. After trainings in the morning, the first match started at 13:00 between China and Korea.
China vs. Korea 80:67
It was the first match for China. Since there are only 3 teams in Group A and Korea was defeated by Hong Kong, China on Sep. 19th by 109: 71. If China won, they would get the chance to semi-final directly. China showed their determination and took the lead from the beginning. They moved very fast and made several threatening and effective breaks. What's more, they successfully blocked Korea Player No. 6's (who almost contributed half points in the last match) offenses and lowered his field goal. On the other hand, Korea kept with China and fought very hard in the last two periods and gained 28 points in the 4th period while China got only 12. However, the lap was too big and China did not leave the chance for Korea to catch up. Finally, China defeated Korea by 80:67.

Macau, China vs. Kazakhstan 111:41
Although lost to Chinese Taipei in the previous day, Macau China swept the bad mood and did a wonderful job in this competition. They adjusted the strategy by strengthening the defense, forcing the opponents to make more fouls and fast breaking the opponents' defense. Obviously, No. 34 from Macau China was really MVP of the game who contributed most 23 points, followed by No. 93, who contributed 20 points. Finally, Macau won and stopped the points by 111: 41.

Mongolia vs. Chinese Taipei 84:90
At 18:00, right after the celebration for the International Day of University Sports (IDUS), the last match between the host country Mongolia and Chinese Taipei began. The competition between the two teams draw lot of attention and the stadium was full of audience. Throughout the four periods, the two teams kept in with each other. Mongolia was tough and player No. 6 was good at fast break and contributed 19 points within 32 minutes. But in the last two periods, Mongolia made several fouls and gave Chinese Taipei more chances to organize offences. What's more, Chinese Taipei got a better three-point shot percentage by 40% while Mongolia only 26%. Finally the scores ended at 84:90, and Chinese Taipei won.
Courtesy of: ausf.org

  





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