2014 FIBA Asia Cup was the 5th FIBA Asia Cup, a top-level international basketball tournament of FIBA Asia. The tournament was held in Wuhan, Hubei, China from 11–19 July 2014.[1] Iran won the tournament by defeating Chinese Taipei 89–79 in the final and thus automatically qualified for the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship to be held in China.

2014 FIBA Asia Cup
5th Asia Cup
2014 FIBA Asia Cup Logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation China
Dates11–19 July 2014
Teams10 
(from 1 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Iran
(2nd title)
MVPIran Hamed Haddadi
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Singapore Wong
Chinese Taipei Liu (15.5)
 Chinese Taipei (79)
Rebounds Philippines Douthit (11.7)  China (46.6)
Assists India Bhriguvanshi (4.1)  Japan (15.3)
Official website
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Contents

QualificationEdit

According to the FIBA Asia rules, the number of participating teams in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup is ten (10). Each zone had one place, and the hosts (China) and the defending FIBA Asia Championship titleholder (Iran) were automatically qualified. The other two places were allocated to the zones according to performance in the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship; as a result, Southeast Asia and East Asia zones were allocated an additional berth each.

In the event of a withdrawal or non-participation by qualified teams, FIBA Asia has the right to invite other teams, while endeavoring to maintain, as far as possible, a certain balance between Sub-Zones.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Included are teams' FIBA World Ranking prior to the tournament.

Central Asia (1) East Asia (1+1+1) Gulf (1) South Asia (1) Southeast Asia (1+1) West Asia (1+1)
  Uzbekistan (71)   China (12) None   India (61)   Singapore (Unranked)   Iran (20)
  Chinese Taipei (44)   Indonesia (68)   Jordan (30)
  Japan (35)

Notes:

  •   Philippines (ranked 34th) selected as a wild card for replacement of a team from the Gulf sub-zone.
  •   Uzbekistan (ranked 71st) withdrew, leaving four teams in Group B. They were not replaced.

DrawEdit

The draw was held on June 8, 2014 at Wuhan Sports Center in Wuhan, Hubei, China.[9]

Preliminary roundEdit

Key to colours in group tables
Top four placed teams advanced to the quarter-finals

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
  China 4 3 1 306 219 +87 7 1–0
  Iran 4 3 1 256 216 +40 7 0–1
  Japan 4 2 2 296 259 +37 6 1–0
  India 4 2 2 257 250 +7 6 0–1
  Indonesia 4 0 4 198 367 −169 4  
July 11
17:15
Japan   56–66   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 16–15, 7–15, 16–21
Pts: Takeuchi J. 10
Rebs: Takeuchi K. 9
Asts: Tanaka, Ono, Kikuchi 2
Pts: Yakhchali 13
Rebs: Haddadi 11
Asts: Haddadi 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ)
July 11
19:30
China   105–37   Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 34–1, 16–17, 27–6, 28–13
Pts: Gu, Gao 16
Rebs: Zhang 11
Asts: Wang 4
Pts: Regowo, Damanik 6
Rebs: Enguio 5
Asts: Prastawa 2
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Naser Mohammad Ramadan Abu Rashed (JOR), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Victor Min De Mah (SIN)
July 12
17:15
India   52–75   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 13–15, 11–23, 10–22, 18–15
Pts: Singh Amr. 15
Rebs: Singh Amr., Singh, Amj. 8
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 2
Pts: Takeuchi J. 13
Rebs: Takeuchi J. 9
Asts: Ishizaki, Tanaka, Shonaka 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Ying-Cheng Chen (TPE), Victor Min De Mah (SIN)
July 12
19:30
Iran   51–64   China
Scoring by quarter: 14–14, 16–13, 12–12, 9–25
Pts: Haddadi 15
Rebs: Haddadi 9
Asts: Veisi 4
Pts: Gao 13
Rebs: Dong H.L. 11
Asts: Zhao J.W. 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Naser Mohammad Ramadan Abu Rashed (JOR), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ)
July 13
17:15
Indonesia   47–77   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 13–27, 20–9, 5–24, 9–17
Pts: Enguio 16
Rebs: Regowo 8
Asts: 6 players 1
Pts: Kardoust 18
Rebs: Kazemi 13
Asts: Veisi, Zangeneh 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Ying-Cheng Chen (TPE)
July 13
19:30
China   58–65   India
Scoring by quarter: 11–24, 20–9, 19–15, 8–17
Pts: Gao 12
Rebs: Kelanbaike 9
Asts: Zhao J.W. 3
Pts: Singh P., Singh Amj. 13
Rebs: Bhriguvanshi 7
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 7
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Victor Min De Mah (SIN), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI)
July 14
17:15
India   91–55   Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 28–13, 21–7, 18–15, 24–20
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 16
Rebs: Brar 8
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 5
Pts: Ramadhani 16
Rebs: Ramadhani 7
Asts: Ramadhani 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Naser Mohammad Ramadan Abu Rashed (JOR), Ying-Cheng Chen (TPE)
July 14
19:30
Japan   66–79   China
Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 24–19, 10–25, 14–21
Pts: Takeuchi, K. 14
Rebs: Takeuchi, J. 7
Asts: Ishizaki 5
Pts: Zhou 16
Rebs: Zhou 11
Asts: Tao 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI)
July 15
12:30
Iran   62–49   India
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 13–9, 22–7, 14–13
Pts: Haddadi 16
Rebs: Haddadi 9
Asts: Haddadi 4
Pts: Singh Amj. 17
Rebs: Singh Amj. 5
Asts: Singh Amj. 4
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Naser Mohammad Ramadan Abu Rashed (JOR), Victor Min De Mah (SIN)
July 15
14:45
Indonesia   59–96   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 11–25, 13–31, 15–24, 20–16
Pts: Prawiro 13
Rebs: Irman 7
Asts: Prastawa 3
Pts: Harimoto 15
Rebs: Tanaka 9
Asts: Tanaka 5
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Ying-Cheng Chen (TPE)

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 3 3 0 223 191 +32 6
  Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 235 206 +29 5
  Jordan 3 1 2 203 209 −6 4
  Singapore 3 0 3 175 230 −55 3
July 11
14:45
Chinese Taipei   85–63   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 24–14, 22–18, 20–11
Pts: Davis 21
Rebs: Davis 17
Asts: Liu 5
Pts: Wright 21
Rebs: Abuqoura 7
Asts: Abdeen 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Amirhossein Safarzadeh (IRI), Snehal Bendke (IND), Naohiko Uchihara (JPN)
July 12
14:45
Philippines   78–64   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 20–10, 16–16, 11–24, 31–14
Pts: Lee 18
Rebs: Douthit 16
Asts: Lee, Tenorio 4
Pts: Hu L.M. 15
Rebs: Davis 9
Asts: Peng C.Y. 8
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA), Ceciline Michael Vino (IND)
July 13
14:45
Singapore   53–70   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 11–18, 17–23, 10–14
Pts: Wong 33
Rebs: Goh 11
Asts: Ng 2
Pts: Wright 14
Rebs: Al Hamarsheh 10
Asts: Eid, Al-Sous 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA), Mei Wang (CHN)
July 14
14:45
Philippines   74–57   Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 25–14, 18–17, 13–8, 18–18
Pts: David, Lee 10
Rebs: Belga 7
Asts: Alas, Lee 3
Pts: Ng H.B. 17
Rebs: Lim, Ng H.B. 8
Asts: 5 players 1
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Zhu Duan (CHN), Amirhossein Safarzadeh (IRI), Ceciline Michael Vino (IND)
July 15
17:15
Jordan   70–71   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 12–17, 18–13, 22–19, 18–22
Pts: Al-Sous 14
Rebs: Al-Dwairi 14
Asts: Al Hamarsheh, Eid 3
Pts: Lee 16
Rebs: Douthit 9
Asts: de Ocampo 2
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND), Mei Wang (CHN)
July 15
19:30
Singapore   65–86   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 11–28, 20–16, 13–24, 21–18
Pts: Wong 17
Rebs: Goh 11
Asts: Ng H.B. 3
Pts: Chang 20
Rebs: Lu 6
Asts: Chen Y. 5
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Naohiko Uchihara (JPN), Zhu Duan (CHN), Ceciline Michael Vino (IND)

Final roundEdit

The teams in this round will be the Top 4 teams per group [10]

  5th place game
(July 19)
5th-8th place semifinals
(July 18)
Quarterfinals
(July 17)
Semifinals
(July 18)
Final
(July 19)
                                               
     A1    China  84  
     B4    Singapore  37  
   B4    Singapore  48        A1    China  73  
   A3    Japan  82        B2    Chinese Taipei  84  
   B2    Chinese Taipei  76
     A3    Japan  62  
   A3    Japan  72        B2    Chinese Taipei  79
   B3    Jordan  79        A2    Iran  89
     B1    Philippines  70  
       A4    India  66  
 A4    India  65        B1    Philippines  55
  7th place game
(July 19)
     B3    Jordan  69        A2    Iran  76     Bronze medal game
(July 19)
   A4    Singapore  36    A2    Iran  75    A1    China  79
   B4    India  85      B3    Jordan  60      B1    Philippines  80

QuarterfinalsEdit

July 17
12:30
Chinese Taipei   76–62   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 21–9, 10–20, 25–13
Pts: Liu 22
Rebs: Davis 20
Asts: Davis, Liu 3
Pts: Tanaka 14
Rebs: Takeuchi K., Hiejima 6
Asts: Ishizaki, Hiejima, Tanaka, Takeuchi J. 2
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Victor Min De Mah (SIN), Ferdinand Pascual (PHI)
July 17
14:45
Iran   75–60   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 21–12, 12–10, 18–16, 24–22
Pts: Jamshidi 26
Rebs: Haddadi 10
Asts: Jamshidi 4
Pts: Wright, Al-Dwairi 14
Rebs: Al-Dwairi 8
Asts: Al-Sous 4
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho (LIB), Naohiko Uchihara (JPN), Mei Wang (CHN)
July 17
17:15
Philippines   70–66   India
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 25–16, 15–14, 10–19
Pts: Lee 15
Rebs: Douthit 12
Asts: Lee 3
Pts: Singh Amr. 20
Rebs: Singh Amr., Singh Amj. 10
Asts: Singh P. 4
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Ying-Cheng Chen (TPE) , Zhu Duan (CHN)
July 17
19:30
China   84–37   Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 20–4, 26–7, 20–16
Pts: Gu 15
Rebs: Tao 10
Asts: Wang 8
Pts: Wong 10
Rebs: Goh 8
Asts: Oh 3
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Naser Mohammad Ramadan Abu Rashed (JOR), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Haryanto Sutaryo (INA)

Semifinals 5th–8thEdit

July 18
12:30
India   65–69   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 10–10, 20–26, 18–22
Pts: Bhriguvanshi 17
Rebs: Bhriguvanshi, Singh 6
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 4
Pts: Al-Dwairi 21
Rebs: Al-Dwairi 10
Asts: Al-Sous 5
July 18
14:45
Japan   82–48   Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 20–14, 25–12, 19–11
Pts: 3 tied at 11
Rebs: Takeuchi 11
Asts: 3 tied at 3
Pts: Wong 12
Rebs: Goh 7
Asts: Oh 2

SemifinalsEdit

July 18
17:15
Philippines   55–76   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 15–19, 16–22, 11–15
Pts: 3 tied at 11
Rebs: de Ocampo, Douthit 8
Asts: 7 tied at 1
Pts: Jamshidi 19
Rebs: Sahakian 9
Asts: Mashayekhi, Jamshidi 2
July 18
19:30
China   73–84   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 19–23, 15–11, 21–25, 18–25
Pts: Makan 22
Rebs: Tao 9
Asts: Wang 3
Pts: Liu 22
Rebs: Davis 9
Asts: Chen 3

7th placeEdit

July 19
12:30
India   85–36   Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 26–10, 23–3, 21–19, 15–4
Pts: Amj. Singh 30
Rebs: Amr. Singh 10
Asts: Bhriguvanshi 5
Pts: Oh 13
Rebs: Low, Wong W.L. 5
Asts: Oh 2
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Mohd Naser Abu Rashed (JOR), Chen Ying-cheng (TPE), Duan Zhu (CHN)

5th placeEdit

July 19
14:45
Jordan   79–72   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 12–19, 20–13, 24–19
Pts: Wright, Al-Sous 17
Rebs: Al-Dwairi 16
Asts: Wright 4
Pts: Takeuchi K. 20
Rebs: Ishizaki 7
Asts: Takeuchi J. 5
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Mei Wang (CHN), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Ceciline Michael Vino Vincent Francis Victor (IND)

3rd placeEdit

July 19
17:15
China   79–80   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 24–15, 20–23, 18–22, 17–20
Pts: Makan 23
Rebs: Zhou 7
Asts: Wang 5
Pts: De Ocampo 18
Rebs: Douthit 22
Asts: Tenorio 4
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Marwan Egho(LIB), Snehal Bendke (IND), Amirhossein Safarzadeh (IRI)

FinalEdit

July 19
19:30
Chinese Taipei   79–89   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 21–26, 21–16, 20–24, 17–23
Pts: Davis III 19
Rebs: Davis III 12
Asts: Chen 5
Pts: Haddadi 21
Rebs: Kazemi 10
Asts: Zangeneh 2
Wuhan Gymnasium, Wuhan
Referees: Arsen Andyrushkin (KAZ) , Ferdinand Pascual (PHI), Naohiko Uchihara (JPN)

Final standingEdit

Qualified for the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship
Rank Team Record
    Iran 6–1
    Chinese Taipei 4–2
    Philippines 5–1
4   China 4–3
5   Jordan 3–3
6   Japan 3–4
7   India 3–4
8   Singapore 0–6
24   South Korea 0-15

AwardsEdit

 2014 FIBA Asia Cup Champions 
 
Iran
Second title

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