2001 ABC Championship qualification

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The 2001 ABC Championship qualification was held in late 2000 and early 2001 with the Gulf region, West Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Middle Asia (Central Asia and South Asia) each conducting tournaments.

Contents

Qualification formatEdit

The following are eligible to participate:

  • The organizing country.
  • The five best-placed teams from the previous ABC Championship.
  • The two best teams from the sub-zones.

1999 ABC ChampionshipEdit

Rank Team
    China
    South Korea
    Saudi Arabia
4   Chinese Taipei
5   Japan
6   Kuwait
7   Lebanon
8   Syria
9   Uzbekistan
10   United Arab Emirates
11   Philippines
12   Bahrain
13   Hong Kong
14   Thailand
15   Malaysia

Qualified teamsEdit

East Asia (4+2) Gulf (2+2) Middle Asia (2) Southeast Asia (2) West Asia (2)
  China   Saudi Arabia *   India   Philippines **   Lebanon
  South Korea   Kuwait   Uzbekistan   Thailand   Syria
  Chinese Taipei   Qatar
  Japan   United Arab Emirates
  North Korea *
  Hong Kong

* Withdrew

** Suspended by FIBA, replaced by   Singapore which finished third in the Southeast Asian qualifiers.

East AsiaEdit

All the others withdrew, so   North Korea and   Hong Kong qualified automatically.

GulfEdit

The 2000 Gulf Basketball Association Championship is the qualifying tournament for the 2001 ABC Championship.   Qatar won the tournament and qualified alongside   United Arab Emirates.

Middle AsiaEdit

All the others withdrew, so   India and   Uzbekistan qualified automatically.

Southeast AsiaEdit

2001 SEABA Championship
4th Southeast Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationPhilippines
Dates2–7 April
Teams
(from 10 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions  Philippines
(2nd title)
1998
2003 >

The 4th Southeast Asia Basketball Association Championship is the qualifying tournament for the 2001 ABC Championship. the two best teams qualifies for 2001 ABC Championship. The tournament was held at Manila, Philippines.

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 3 3 0 333 159 +174 6
  Singapore 3 2 1 240 229 +11 5
  Malaysia 3 1 2 179 243 −64 4
  Vietnam 3 0 3 180 301 −121 3

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Thailand 2 2 0 170 99 +71 4
  Indonesia 2 1 1 164 111 +53 3
  Brunei 2 0 2 79 203 −124 2
April 2
Thailand   101–37   Brunei
April 4
Brunei   42–102   Indonesia

Classification 5th–7thEdit

 
Semifinals5th place
 
      
 
April 6
 
 
  Malaysia 
 
April 7
 
Bye 
 
  Malaysia73
 
April 6
 
  Vietnam59
 
  Brunei47
 
 
  Vietnam81
 

SemifinalsEdit

April 6
Brunei   47–81   Vietnam

5th placeEdit

Final roundEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
April 6
 
 
  Philippines88
 
April 7
 
  Indonesia44
 
  Philippines90
 
April 6
 
  Thailand73
 
  Thailand70
 
 
  Singapore60
 
3rd place
 
 
April 7
 
 
  Indonesia78
 
 
  Singapore (OT)81

SemifinalsEdit

3rd placeEdit

April 7
Indonesia   78–81 (OT)   Singapore

FinalEdit

Final standingEdit

Rank Team
    Philippines
    Thailand
    Singapore
4   Indonesia
5   Malaysia
6   Vietnam
7   Brunei

West AsiaEdit

The 2000 West Asia Basketball Association Championship and 2001 West Asia Basketball Association Championship are the qualifying tournament for the 2001 ABC Championship. the two best teams after the second tournament qualifies for 2001 ABC Championship. The 2000 tournament was held at Beirut, Lebanon while Amman, Jordan hosted the 2001 edition.

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Lebanon 8 7 1 704 649 +55 15
  Syria 8 5 3 624 622 +2 13
  Iran 8 4 4 635 624 +11 12
  Iraq 8 3 5 630 637 −7 11
  Jordan 8 1 7 572 633 −61 9
October 4, 2000
Iran   87–64   Jordan
October 4, 2000
Lebanon   81–76   Iraq
October 5, 2000
Syria   61–64   Iraq
October 5, 2000
Lebanon   87–80   Iran
October 6, 2000
Syria   88–78   Iran
October 6, 2000
Lebanon   79–70   Jordan
October 7, 2000
Iraq   64–66   Iran
October 7, 2000
Jordan   72–75   Syria
October 8, 2000
Iraq   78–57   Jordan
October 8, 2000
Lebanon   93–80   Syria
July 10, 2001
Iran   76–65   Jordan
July 10, 2001
Syria   80–78   Lebanon
July 11, 2001
Iran   77–87 (OT)   Syria
July 11, 2001
Iraq   89–88   Jordan
July 12, 2001
Iran   85–92   Lebanon
July 12, 2001
Syria   86–82   Iraq
July 13, 2001
Syria   67–78   Jordan
July 13, 2001
Lebanon   112–100   Iraq
July 14, 2001
Iran   86–77   Iraq
July 14, 2001
Lebanon   82–78   Jordan

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