The 1987 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Bangkok, Thailand.

1987 FIBA Asia Championship
14th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationThailand
DatesNovember 14–27
Teams15 
(from all Asian federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions China
(6th title)
MVPSouth Korea Lee Chung-Hee
1985
1989 >

Contents

DrawEdit

Group A Group B Group C Group D

  Philippines
  Iran *
  Jordan
  India

  South Korea
  Thailand
  Indonesia
  Macau

  China
  Chinese Taipei
  Singapore
  Iraq

  Malaysia
  Japan
  Hong Kong
  Bahrain

* Withdrew

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 2 2 0 184 170 +14 4
  India 2 1 1 168 159 +9 3
  Jordan 2 0 2 163 186 −23 2
November 14
17:30
Philippines   97–91   Jordan
Scoring by half: 47–58, 50–33
November 17
17:30
Jordan   72–89   India
Scoring by half: 29–37, 43–52
November 19
19:00
India   79–87   Philippines
Scoring by half: 39–38, 40–49

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  South Korea 3 3 0 323 149 +174 6
  Thailand 3 2 1 276 222 +54 5
  Indonesia 3 1 2 188 256 −68 4
  Macau 3 0 3 158 318 −160 3
November 14
16:00
Thailand   85–68   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 48–35, 37–33
November 15
16:00
South Korea   114–42   Macau
Scoring by half: 56–17, 58–25
November 16
17:30
Indonesia   40–120   South Korea
Scoring by half: 17–59, 23–61
November 17
14:30
Macau   51–80   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 19–50, 32–30
November 17
19:00
South Korea   89–67   Thailand
Scoring by half: 51–37, 38–30
November 19
16:00
Thailand   124–65   Macau
Scoring by half: 64–29, 60–36

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  China 3 3 0 289 213 +76 6
  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 287 239 +48 5
  Iraq 3 1 2 259 251 +8 4
  Singapore 3 0 3 198 330 −132 3
November 15
14:30
Iraq   84–86   China
Scoring by half: 42–42, 42–44
November 15
19:00
Chinese Taipei   114–77   Singapore
Scoring by half: 56–35, 58–42
November 16
16:00
China   85–73   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 37–39, 48–34
November 17
16:00
Singapore   65–98   Iraq
Scoring by half: 37–51, 28–47
November 18
16:00
China   118–56   Singapore
Scoring by half: 61–30, 57–26
November 18
17:30
Iraq   77–100   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 38–43, 39–57

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Japan 3 3 0 277 191 +86 6
  Malaysia 3 2 1 255 208 +47 5
  Bahrain 3 1 2 191 229 −38 4
  Hong Kong 3 0 3 210 305 −95 3
November 14
19:00
Malaysia   118–81   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 60–40, 58–41
November 15
17:30
Japan   94–60   Bahrain
Scoring by half: 52–32, 42–28
November 16
19:00
Bahrain   79–68   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 47–32, 32–36
November 18
14:30
Hong Kong   61–108   Japan
Scoring by half: 26–54, 35–54
November 18
19:00
Bahrain   52–67   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 38–31, 29–21
November 19
17:30
Japan   75–70   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 46–35, 29–35

Quarterfinal roundEdit

Group IEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  China 3 3 0 295 235 +60 6
  Philippines 3 2 1 289 277 +12 5
  Malaysia 3 1 2 261 254 +7 4
  Thailand 3 0 3 223 302 −79 3
November 21
17:30
Malaysia   95–68   Thailand
Scoring by half: 49–34, 46–34
November 21
19:00
China   97–94   Philippines
Scoring by half: 55–42, 42–52
November 22
16:00
Philippines   97–94   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 53–46, 44–48
November 22
17:30
Thailand   69–109   China
Scoring by half: 32–63, 37–46
November 23
14:30
China   89–72   Malaysia
Scoring by half: 42–38, 47–34
November 23
17:30
Philippines   98–86   Thailand
Scoring by half: 52–44, 46–42

Group IIEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  South Korea 3 3 0 287 205 +82 6
  Japan 3 2 1 223 221 +2 5
  Chinese Taipei 3 1 2 242 246 −4 4
  India 3 0 3 206 286 −80 3
November 21
14:30
South Korea   85–52   Japan
Scoring by half: 40–31, 45–21
November 21
16:00
India   67–92   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 42–33, 25–59
November 22
14:30
Japan   90–67   India
Scoring by half: 42–32, 48–35
November 22
19:00
Chinese Taipei   81–98   South Korea
Scoring by half: 39–51, 42–47
November 23
16:00
Japan   81–69   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 34–24, 47–45
November 23
19:00
South Korea   104–72   India
Scoring by half: 61–32, 43–40

Group IIIEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Jordan 3 3 0 327 224 +103 6
  Iraq 3 2 1 350 227 +123 5
  Hong Kong 3 1 2 299 302 −3 4
  Macau 3 0 3 208 431 −223 3
November 21
10:00
Hong Kong   135–76   Macau
Scoring by half: 61–30, 74–46
November 21
11:30
Iraq   76–79   Jordan
Scoring by half: 38–38, 38–41
November 22
10:00
Macau   69–136   Iraq
Scoring by half: 29–67, 40–69
November 22
13:00
Jordan   88–85   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 46–37, 42–48
November 23
10:00
Iraq   138–79   Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 72–43, 66–36
November 23
11:30
Jordan   160–63   Macau
Scoring by half: 70–36, 90–27

Group IVEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Singapore 2 1 1 147 145 +2 3 1–1 / 1.014
  Indonesia 2 1 1 133 133 0 3 1–1 / 1.000
  Bahrain 2 1 1 139 141 −2 3 1–1 / 0.986
November 21
13:00
Indonesia   63–64   Bahrain
Scoring by half: 24–38, 39–26
November 22
11:30
Bahrain   75–78   Singapore
Scoring by half: 34–49, 41–29
November 23
13:00
Indonesia   70–69   Singapore
Scoring by half: 46–33, 24–36

Classification 13th–15thEdit

 
Semifinals13th place
 
      
 
November 24
 
 
  Hong Kong 
 
November 25
 
Bye 
 
  Hong Kong0
 
November 24
 
  Bahrain2
 
  Bahrain103
 
 
  Macau49
 

SemifinalsEdit

November 24
10:00
Bahrain   103–49   Macau
Scoring by half: 55–34, 48–15

13th placeEdit

November 25
16:00
Hong Kong   0–2   Bahrain
Hong Kong forfeited the game after they walked out while trailing 26–20 in the 1st half.

Classification 9th–12thEdit

 
Semifinals9th place
 
      
 
November 24
 
 
  Jordan108
 
November 25
 
  Indonesia65
 
  Jordan65
 
November 24
 
  Iraq92
 
  Singapore59
 
 
  Iraq114
 
11th place
 
 
November 25
 
 
  Indonesia73
 
 
  Singapore75

SemifinalsEdit

November 24
11:30
Jordan   108–65   Indonesia
Scoring by half: 54–32, 54–33
November 24
13:00
Singapore   59–114   Iraq
Scoring by half: 25–60, 34–54

11th placeEdit

November 25
17:30
Indonesia   73–75   Singapore
Scoring by half: 46–50, 27–25

9th placeEdit

November 25
19:00
Jordan   65–92   Iraq
Scoring by half: 32–39, 33–53

Classification 5th–8thEdit

 
Semifinals5th place
 
      
 
November 24
 
 
  Malaysia84
 
November 26
 
  India85
 
  India59
 
November 24
 
  Chinese Taipei79
 
  Chinese Taipei89
 
 
  Thailand76
 
7th place
 
 
November 26
 
 
  Malaysia90
 
 
  Thailand68

SemifinalsEdit

November 24
14:30
Malaysia   84–85   India
Scoring by half: 52–44, 32–41
November 24
16:00
Chinese Taipei   89–76   Thailand
Scoring by half: 47–46, 42–30

7th placeEdit

November 26
17:30
Malaysia   90–68   Thailand
Scoring by half: 46–35, 44–33

5th placeEdit

November 26
19:00
India   59–79   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by half: 26–49, 33–30

Final roundEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
November 24
 
 
  China85
 
November 27
 
  Japan69
 
  China (OT)86
 
November 24
 
  South Korea79
 
  South Korea105
 
 
  Philippines88
 
3rd place
 
 
November 27
 
 
  Japan89
 
 
  Philippines75

SemifinalsEdit

November 24
17:30
China   85–69   Japan
Scoring by half: 41–36, 44–33
November 24
19:00
South Korea   105–88   Philippines
Scoring by half: 49–30, 56–58

3rd placeEdit

November 27
16:45
Japan   89–75   Philippines
Scoring by half: 46–32, 43–43
Pts: Ikeuchi 19 Pts: Magsanoc 18

FinalEdit

November 27
17:30
China   86–79 (OT)   South Korea
Scoring by half: 42–36, 34–40 Overtime: 10–3
Pts: Wang L.B. 26 Pts: Lee C.H., Hur J. 33

Final standingEdit

Qualified for the 1988 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
    China 8–0
    South Korea 7–1
    Japan 6–2
4   Philippines 4–3
5   Chinese Taipei 5–3
6   India 2–5
7   Malaysia 4–4
8   Thailand 2–6
9   Iraq 5–3
10   Jordan 3–3
11   Singapore 2–5
12   Indonesia 2–4
13   Bahrain 4–3
14   Hong Kong 1–6
15   Macau 0–7

AwardsEdit

 1987 Asian Champions 
 
China
Sixth 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