2014 FIBA Asia Cup qualification

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Qualifying for the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup was held to determine the eight teams that will participate in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup, aside from the host team China and 2013 FIBA Asia Championship winners Iran. Qualification was via FIBA Asia zone, with each zone having an automatic one berth, plus additional berths from the teams' zones of the second and third runners-up in the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship.

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Central AsiaEdit

Uzbekistan was Central Asia's representative, but withdrew prior to the tournament. They were not replaced.

East AsiaEdit

Chinese Taipei and Japan qualified automatically by virtue of being the lone registrants in East Asian qualifying.

South AsiaEdit

The 2014 South Asian Basketball Association Championship in Kathmandu, Nepal determined South Asia's qualifier.[1]

Team W L Pts.
  India 4 0 8
  Bangladesh 3 1 7
  Sri Lanka 2 2 6
    Nepal 1 3 5
  Maldives 0 4 4

Southeast AsiaEdit

The 2014 Southeast Asian Basketball Association Cup in Batam, Indonesia determined Southeast Asia's two qualifiers.[2]

Team W L Pts.
  Singapore 2 0 4
  Indonesia 1 1 3
  Malaysia 0 1 2

West AsiaEdit

The 2014 West Asian Basketball Association Championship in Amman, Jordan determined South Asia's qualifier. Iran, which has sent in its under-18 team in preparation for the 2014 FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship automatically qualified whether or not they win the tournament by virtue of winning the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship.[3]

Qualified for the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Jordan 5 5 0 388 277 +111 10
  Iran 5 4 1 338 296 +42 9
  Syria 5 3 2 417 352 +65 8
  Iraq 5 2 3 343 310 +33 7
  Palestine 5 1 4 324 359 −35 6
  Yemen 5 0 5 226 442 −216 5
May 25
Jordan   98–38   Yemen
May 25
Syria   72–66   Iraq
May 25
Iraq   59–56   Palestine
May 26
Palestine   55–75   Iraq
May 26
Yemen   39–76   Iran
May 26
Jordan   82–71   Syria
May 27
Iraq   90–49   Yemen
May 27
Syria   97–81   Palestine
May 27
Iran   57–69   Jordan
May 28
Yemen   54–75   Palestine
May 28
Iran   77–74   Syria
May 28
Jordan   65–54   Iraq
May 29
Yemen   46–103   Syria
May 29
Iraq   58–69   Iran
May 29
Palestine   57–74   Jordan

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "India book ticket to Wuhan with a round to spare". FIBA Asia. 16 May 2014. Retrieved 19 May 2014.
  2. ^ "SIN - SEABA: Singapore sweep their way to maiden international title". FIBA Asia. 22 May 2014. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
  3. ^ "JOR - WABA: Al Nashama confirm ticket to Wuhan with a round to spare". FIBA Asia. 28 May 2014. Retrieved 29 May 2014.