The 1985 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held from December 28, 1985, to January 5, 1986, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

1985 FIBA Asia Championship
13th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationMalaysia
DatesDecember 28 – January 5
Teams15 
(from 28 federations)
Venues
(in 3 host cities)
Champions Philippines
(5th title)
MVPPhilippines Allan Caidic
1983
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Contents

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   China 2 2 0 257 103 +154 4 Advanced to the final round
2   Thailand 2 1 1 171 190 −19 3 Qualified to 5th–8th place playoffs
3   Indonesia 2 0 2 102 237 −135 2 Qualified to 9th–12th place playoffs
Source: FIBA Archive
Rules for classification: a) Points, b) Head-to-head record, c) Win-loss record, d) Quotient system
December 29
Indonesia   31–138   China
Scoring by half: 14–58, 17–80
December 30
Thailand   99–71   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 42–37, 57–34
December 31
China   119–72   Thailand
Scoring by half: 59–39, 60–33

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 3 3 0 268 191 +77 6
  Japan 3 2 1 244 236 +8 5
  Jordan 3 1 2 253 228 +25 4
  Pakistan 3 0 3 184 294 −110 3
December 29
Japan   91–69   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 43–36, 48–33
December 29
Philippines   81–70   Jordan
Scoring by half: 43–24, 38–46
December 30
Jordan   80–83   Japan
Scoring by half: 39–47, 41–36
December 30
Pakistan   51–100   Philippines
Scoring by half: 30–45, 21–55
December 31
Jordan   103–64   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 46–39, 57–25
December 31
Philippines   87–70   Japan
Scoring by half: 47–32, 40–38

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  South Korea 3 3 0 313 181 +132 6
  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 295 232 +63 5
  Singapore 3 1 2 196 277 −81 4
  Hong Kong 3 0 3 192 306 −114 3
December 29
Chinese Taipei   108–75   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 51–48, 57–27
December 29
South Korea   111–43   Singapore
Scoring by half: 55–29, 56–14
December 30
South Korea   113–58   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 50–30, 63–28
December 30
Chinese Taipei   107–68   Singapore
Scoring by half: 60–18, 47–50
December 31
Hong Kong   59–85   Singapore
Scoring by half: 31–34, 28–51
December 31
Chinese Taipei   80–89   South Korea
Scoring by half: 41–43, 39–46

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Malaysia 3 3 0 319 188 +131 6
  Iran 3 2 1 266 221 +45 5
  India 3 1 2 286 239 +47 4
  Sri Lanka 3 0 3 170 393 −223 3
December 28
Sri Lanka   53–140   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 21–67, 32–73
December 28
Iran   86–78   India
Scoring by half: 36–35, 50–43
December 29
Malaysia   92–58   Iran
Scoring by half: 50–20, 42–38
December 30
India   131–66   Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 70–29, 60–37
December 31
Sri Lanka   51–122   Iran
Scoring by half: 29–43, 22–79
December 31
Malaysia   87–77   India
Scoring by half: 47–43, 40–34

Final roundEdit

Classification 13th–15thEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Hong Kong 2 2 0 185 156 +29 4
  Pakistan 2 1 1 172 147 +25 3
  Sri Lanka 2 0 2 121 175 −54 2
January 2
Pakistan   83–99   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 31–52, 52–47
January 3
Sri Lanka   48–89   Pakistan
Scoring by half: 32–46, 16–43
January 5
Hong Kong   86–73   Sri Lanka
Scoring by half: 49–35, 37–38

Classification 9th–12thEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Jordan 3 3 0 275 178 +97 6
  India 3 2 1 299 220 +79 5
  Indonesia 3 1 2 188 278 −90 4
  Singapore 3 0 3 200 286 −86 3
January 2
Indonesia   61–113   India
Scoring by half: 41–52, 20–61
January 2
Jordan   93–58   Singapore
Scoring by half: 51–28, 42–30
January 3
Singapore   65–70   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 29–32, 36–38
January 3
India   63–82   Jordan
Scoring by half: 29–42, 34–40
January 5
Jordan   100–57   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 50–29, 50–28
January 5
Singapore   77–123   India
Scoring by half: 36–73, 41–50

Classification 5th–8thEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Japan 3 3 0 225 189 +36 6
  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 269 219 +50 5
  Thailand 3 1 2 211 247 −36 4
  Iran 3 0 3 201 251 −50 3
January 2
Thailand   62–70   Japan
Scoring by half: 32–43, 30–27
January 2
Iran   69–97   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 34–48, 35–49
January 3
Japan   76–55   Iran
Scoring by half: 33–23, 43–32
January 3
Chinese Taipei   100–71   Thailand
Scoring by half: 50–28, 50–43
January 5
Thailand   78–77   Iran
Scoring by half: 36–41, 42–36
January 5
Japan   79–72   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 38–35, 41–37

ChampionshipEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 3 3 0 233 209 +24 6
  South Korea 3 2 1 226 213 +13 5
  China 3 1 2 224 214 +10 4
  Malaysia 3 0 3 195 242 −47 3
January 2
19:30
China   87–58   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 41–27, 46–31
January 2
21:00
Philippines   76–72   South Korea
Scoring by half: 36–25, 40–47
January 3
19:30
South Korea   74–65   China
Scoring by half: 31–29, 43–36
January 3
21:00
Malaysia   65–75   Philippines
Scoring by half: 29–40, 36–35
January 5
19:30
South Korea   80–72   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 43–36, 37–36
January 5
21:00
China   72–82   Philippines
Scoring by half: 42–48, 30–34

Final standingEdit

Qualified for the 1986 FIBA World Championship
Rank Team Record
    Philippines 6–0
    South Korea 5–1
    China 3–2
4   Malaysia 3–3
5   Japan 5–1
6   Chinese Taipei 4–2
7   Thailand 2–3
8   Iran 2–4
9   Jordan 4–2
10   India 3–3
11   Indonesia 1–4
12   Singapore 1–5
13   Hong Kong 2–3
14   Pakistan 1–4
15   Sri Lanka 0–5

AwardsEdit

 1985 Asian Champions 
 
Philippines
Fifth title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Florian Wanninger (2002), FIBA 1930-2001 Results, FIBA, ISBN 978-3897018365
  2. ^ Florian Wanninger (2002), FIBA 1930-2001 Results, FIBA, ISBN 978-3897018365

External linksEdit