The FIBA Asia Stanković Cup 2004 served as the qualifying tournament for the 2005 FIBA Asia Championship. This competition is distinct from the Stanković Cup intercontinental tournament attended by teams outside the FIBA Asia zone.[1]

2004 FIBA Asia Stanković Cup
1st Stanković Cup
Tournament details
Host nationTaiwan
DatesNovember 21–27
Teams
(from 44 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Qatar
(1st title)

Contents

QualificationEdit

According to the FIBA Asia rules, each zone had one place, and the hosts team (Chinese Taipei) and Asian champion (China) were automatically qualified. The other three places are allocated to the zones according to performance in the 2003 ABC Championship.

East Asia (2+1+1) Gulf (1+1) Middle Asia (1) Southeast Asia (1) West Asia (1+1)
  Chinese Taipei   Qatar   India   Philippines   Iran
  China *   Kuwait   Syria
  Japan
  South Korea

* Withdrew

DrawEdit

Group A Group B

  Chinese Taipei
  South Korea
  Kuwait
  India

  Qatar
  Syria
  Iran *
  Philippines
  Japan

* Withdrew

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 267 211 +56 5 1–1 / 1.116
  South Korea 3 2 1 262 220 +42 5 1–1 / 1.090
  India 3 2 1 213 237 −24 5 1–1 / 0.816
  Kuwait 3 0 3 183 257 −74 3
November 21
18:00
India   61–98   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 6–26, 28–23, 9–26, 18–23
November 22
18:00
South Korea   92–64   Kuwait
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 24–13, 21–16, 28–21
November 23
20:00
Chinese Taipei   94–56   Kuwait
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 22–8, 23–10, 28–18
November 24
20:00
India   81–76   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 19–17, 27–10, 15–32
November 25
16:00
Kuwait   63–71   India
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 15–20, 14–15, 20–18
November 25
20:00
South Korea   94–75   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 24–29, 25–14, 18–19, 27–13

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Syria 3 2 1 253 207 +46 5 1–1 / 1.106
  Qatar 3 2 1 256 198 +58 5 1–1 / 1.041
  Japan 3 2 1 232 193 +39 5 1–1 / 0.857
  Philippines 3 0 3 164 307 −143 3
November 21
15:00
Syria   82–56   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 25–16, 25–19, 13–11, 19–10
November 22
20:00
Qatar   105–53   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 32–10, 27–18, 26–10, 20–15
November 23
18:00
Syria   75–86   Qatar
Scoring by quarter: 22–21, 24–15, 10–28, 19–22
November 24
16:00
Qatar   65–70   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 18–15, 14–23, 15–13
November 24
18:00
Philippines   65–96   Syria
Scoring by quarter: 10–26, 16–15, 19–35, 20–20
November 25
18:00
Japan   106–46   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 31–5, 28–13, 23–7, 24–21

Classification 5th–8thEdit

 
Semifinals5th place
 
      
 
November 26
 
 
  India111
 
November 27
 
  Philippines93
 
  India65
 
November 26
 
  Japan75
 
  Japan61
 
 
  Kuwait48
 
7th place
 
 
November 27
 
 
  Philippines66
 
 
  Kuwait88

SemifinalsEdit

November 26
14:00
India   111–93   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 25–19, 27–17, 25–29, 34–28
November 26
16:00
Japan   61–48   Kuwait
Scoring by quarter: 24–11, 11–13, 14–15, 12–9

7th placeEdit

November 27
14:00
Philippines   66–88   Kuwait
Scoring by quarter: 17–24, 26–20, 12–24, 11–20

5th placeEdit

November 27
16:00
India   65–75   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 20–9, 9–20, 20–16

Final roundEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
November 26
 
 
  Syria82
 
November 27
 
  South Korea88
 
  South Korea65
 
November 26
 
  Qatar82
 
  Chinese Taipei49
 
 
  Qatar71
 
3rd place
 
 
November 27
 
 
  Syria60
 
 
  Chinese Taipei82

SemifinalsEdit

November 26
18:00
Syria   82–88   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 24–14, 20–27, 16–26, 22–21
Pts: Al-Samman 16 Pts: Lee K.J. 22
November 26
20:00
Chinese Taipei   49–71   Qatar
Scoring by quarter: 8–15, 15–15, 7–9, 19–32
Pts: Tien L. 17 Pts: Abdulrahman 18

3rd placeEdit

November 27
18:00
Syria   60–82   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 11–18, 14–11, 16–21, 19–32
Pts: Abo-Sada 13 Pts: Tien L., Chang C.F. 15

FinalEdit

November 27
20:00
South Korea   65–82   Qatar
Scoring by quarter: 16–25, 11–27, 17–14, 21–16
Pts: Chu C.M. 25 Pts: Ismail 27

Final standingEdit

Qualified for the 2005 FIBA Asia Championship
Rank Team Record
    Qatar 4–1
    South Korea 3–2
    Chinese Taipei 3–2
4   Syria 2–3
5   Japan 4–1
6   India 3–2
7   Kuwait 1–4
8   Philippines 0–5

AwardsEdit

 2004 Stanković Cup Champions 
 
Qatar
First title

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit