The 1969 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men was held in Bangkok, Thailand. Ten Asian teams participated in the competition but Laos played under special invitation and the games did not count in the championship standings.

1969 FIBA Asia Championship
5th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationThailand
DatesNovember 18–29
Teams
(from all Asian federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions South Korea
(1st title)
1967
1971 >

Contents

ResultsEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  South Korea 8 8 0 781 510 +271 16
  Japan 8 7 1 702 506 +196 15
  Philippines 8 6 2 786 619 +167 14
  Taiwan 8 4 4 628 621 +7 12 1–0
  India 8 4 4 748 720 +28 12 0–1
  Thailand 8 3 5 628 632 −4 11 1–0
  Malaysia 8 3 5 626 689 −63 11 0–1
  Pakistan 8 1 7 544 826 −282 9
  Hong Kong 8 0 8 463 783 −320 8
November 18
Thailand   82–63   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 39–38, 43–25
November 18
South Korea   92–72   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 48–30, 44–42
November 19
Japan   123–54   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 54–37, 69–17
November 19
India   85–106   Philippines
Scoring by half: 42–43, 43–63
November 20
Malaysia   53–87   Japan
Scoring by half: 27–36, 26–51
November 20
Thailand   113–76   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 51–36, 62–40
November 20
India   83–84   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 39–41, 44–43
November 20
Hong Kong   38–112   South Korea
Scoring by half: 25–58, 13–54
November 21
South Korea   115–49   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 61–21, 54–28
November 21
Hong Kong   38–120   Japan
Scoring by half: 12–54, 26–66
November 21
Thailand   81–63   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 37–36, 44–27
November 21
Philippines   97–78   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 49–38, 48–40
November 22
Philippines   113–73   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 57–35, 56–38
November 22
Malaysia   102–114   India
Scoring by half: 46–50, 56–64
November 23
South Korea   94–69   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 42–26, 52–43
November 23
Thailand   74–76   Japan
Scoring by half: 46–33, 28–43
November 24
Taiwan   105–72   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 56–33, 49–39
November 24
Hong Kong   58–89   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 22–38, 36–51
November 24
South Korea   105–78   India
Scoring by half: 44–40, 61–38
November 24
Japan   78–77   Philippines
Scoring by half: 35–42, 43–35
November 25
Taiwan   88–57   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 40–26, 48–31
November 25
Japan   83–74   India
Scoring by half: 39–32, 44–42
November 25
Pakistan   84–102   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 39–42, 45–60
November 25
Philippines   89–73   Thailand
Scoring by half: 45–36, 44–37
November 26
Pakistan   76–121   Philippines
Scoring by half: 29–58, 47–63
November 26
Hong Kong   87–111   India
Scoring by half: 33–45, 54–66
November 26
Taiwan   67–65   Thailand
Scoring by half: 34–28, 33–37
November 26
South Korea   75–66   Japan
Scoring by half: 32–29, 43–37
November 27
India   98–65   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 42–33, 56–32
November 27
Malaysia   61–97   Philippines
Scoring by half: 31–43, 30–54
November 28
Thailand   52–93   South Korea
Scoring by half: 29–44, 23–49
November 28
Japan   69–61   Taiwan
Scoring by half: 30–26, 39–35
November 29
Pakistan   68–49   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 25–22, 43–27
November 29
Taiwan   76–84   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 42–38, 34–46
November 29
India   105–88   Thailand
Scoring by half: 49–48, 56–40
November 29
Philippines   86–95   South Korea
Scoring by half: 47–47, 39–48

Final standingEdit

Qualified for the 1970 FIBA World Championship
Rank Team Record
    South Korea 8–0
    Japan 7–1
    Philippines 6–2
4   Taiwan 4–4
5   India 4–4
6   Thailand 3–5
7   Malaysia 3–5
8   Pakistan 1–7
9   Hong Kong 0–8

AwardsEdit

 1969 Asian Champions 
 
South Korea
First title

ReferencesEdit