The 1963 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Taipei, Republic of China.

1963 FIBA Asia Championship
2nd Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationRepublic of China
DatesNovember 20 – December 3
Teams
(from all Asian federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Philippines
(2nd title)
1960
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Contents

Preliminary roundEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 7 6 1 649 406 +243 13
  Taiwan 7 6 1 695 535 +160 13
  South Korea 7 5 2 649 496 +153 12
  Thailand 7 4 3 581 542 +39 11
  Malaya 7 4 3 548 568 −20 11
  Singapore 7 2 5 516 662 −146 9
  Hong Kong 7 1 6 479 610 −131 8
  South Vietnam 7 0 7 538 836 −298 7
November 20
Singapore   80–73   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 28–35, 52–38
November 21
South Vietnam   89–98   Singapore
Scoring by half: 40–49, 49–49
November 21
Malaya   81–80   South Korea
Scoring by half: 32–38, 49–42
November 21
Thailand   60–83   Philippines
Scoring by half: 26–36, 34–47
November 22
Singapore   65–74   Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–43, 33–31
November 22
South Vietnam   61–124   Philippines
Scoring by half: 53–35, 71–26
November 22
South Korea   90–61   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 38–28, 52–33
November 22
Taiwan   100–76   Malaya
Scoring by half: 33–26, 67–50
November 23
Hong Kong   105–75   South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 49–34, 56–41
November 23
Malaya   42–103   Philippines
Scoring by half: 22–48, 20–55
November 23
South Korea   110–55   Singapore
Scoring by half: 49–25, 61–30
November 23
Thailand   87–96   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 42–45, 45–51
November 24
Thailand   68–66   Malaya
Scoring by half: 32–27, 36–39
November 24
Singapore   64–114   Philippines
Scoring by half: 24–48, 40–66
November 24
South Vietnam   75–136   South Korea
Scoring by half: 64–36, 72–39
November 24
Hong Kong   46–102   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 54–21, 48–25
November 25
Taiwan   145–91   South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 72–40, 73–51
November 26
Singapore   72–111   Malaya
Scoring by half: 31–54, 41–57
November 26
South Vietnam   75–131   Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–65, 43–66
November 26
Philippines   96–52   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 47–27, 49–25
November 26
South Korea   83–96   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 39–42, 44–54
November 27
Taiwan   91–82   Singapore
Scoring by half: 43–32, 48–50
November 27
Malaya   97–72   South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 45–30, 52–42
November 27
Hong Kong   69–92   Thailand
Scoring by half: 36–45, 33–47
November 27
Philippines   59–62   South Korea
Scoring by half: 24–25, 35–37
November 28
Hong Kong   73–75   Malaya
Scoring by half: 27–26, 46–49
November 28
South Korea   88–69   Thailand
Scoring by half: 32–40, 56–29
November 28
Taiwan   65–70   Philippines
Scoring by half: 35–31, 30–39
  • Since both Thailand and Malaya were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the 4th team.[1]
November 29
Thailand   86–81   Malaya
Scoring by half: 45–41, 41–40

Final roundEdit

  • The results and the points of the preliminary round shall be taken into account for the second round.

Classification 5th–8thEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Malaya 10 6 4 823 842 −19 16
  Hong Kong 10 4 6 744 820 −76 14
  Singapore 10 3 7 769 919 −150 13
  South Vietnam 10 0 10 795 1145 −350 10
November 30
South Vietnam   85–112   Malaya
Scoring by half: 40–51, 45–61
November 30
Singapore   65–67   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 28–27, 37–40
December 1
South Vietnam   87–91   Singapore
Scoring by half: 53–45, 38–42
December 1
Malaya   60–92   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 29–40, 31–52
December 2
Hong Kong   105–85   South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 46–40, 60–45
December 2
Malaya   103–97   Singapore
Scoring by half: 51–45, 52–52

ChampionshipEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 10 8 2 906 636 +270 18
  Taiwan 10 8 2 955 780 +175 18
  South Korea 10 7 3 894 726 +168 17
  Thailand 10 4 6 791 809 −18 14
November 30
Thailand   53–91   Philippines
Scoring by half: 25–48, 28–43
November 30
Taiwan   74–78   South Korea
Scoring by half: 43–48, 31–30
December 1
Taiwan   90–86   Thailand
Scoring by half: 46–49, 44–37
December 1
South Korea   81–85   Philippines
Scoring by half: 38–46, 43–39
December 2
South Korea   86–71   Thailand
Scoring by half: 41–28, 45–43
December 2
Philippines   81–96   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 44–51, 37–45
  • Since both Taiwan and Philippines were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the champion.[2]
December 3
Taiwan   77–91   Philippines
Scoring by half: 33–49, 44–42

Final standingEdit

Rank Team Record
    Philippines 9–2
    Taiwan 8–3
    South Korea 7–3
4   Thailand 5–6
5   Malaya 6–5
6   Hong Kong 4–6
7   Singapore 3–7
8   South Vietnam 0–10

AwardsEdit

 1963 Asian Champions 
 
Philippines
Second title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Malaya out of final round". The Straits Times. 1 December 1963. Retrieved 13 July 2011.
  2. ^ "Formosa and Philippines play off for Asian title". The Straits Times. 4 December 1963. Retrieved 13 July 2011.