Basketball at the 1962 Asian Games

Basketball was one of the 13 sports in the 1962 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Philippines successfully defended their title and got their fourth straight Asian Games championship. The games were held from 25 August to 3 September 1962.

Basketball
at the 1962 Asian Games
Basketball pictogram.svg
VenueSenayan Basketball Hall
Istora Senayan
Date25 August – 3 September
Nations11
← 1958
1966 →
Basketball at the 1962 Asian Games on a stamp of Indonesia

Contents

MedalistsEdit

DrawEdit

* Indonesian government refused to issue visas for the Taiwanese delegation.

ResultsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Indonesia 1 1 0 81 78 +3 2
  Hong Kong 1 0 1 78 81 −3 1

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 2 2 0 153 113 +40 4
  Thailand 2 1 1 125 128 −3 3
  Cambodia 2 0 2 108 145 −37 2
25 August
Thailand   64–56   Cambodia

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Japan 3 3 0 236 171 +65 6
  South Korea 3 2 1 236 203 +24 5
  Singapore 3 1 2 216 247 −29 4
  Malaya 3 0 3 184 244 −60 3
25 August
Japan   97–48   Singapore
26 August
Japan   65–58   Malaya
27 August
Singapore   95–61   Malaya
27 August
Japan   74–65   South Korea

Final roundEdit

Classification 7th–9thEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Cambodia 2 2 0 149 131 +18 4
  Singapore 2 1 1 156 142 +14 3
  Malaya 2 0 2 126 158 −32 2
29 August
Cambodia   76–71   Singapore
30 August
Cambodia   73–60   Malaya
31 August
Singapore   85–66   Malaya

ChampionshipEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Philippines 5 5 0 500 350 +150 10
  Japan 5 4 1 406 364 +42 9
  South Korea 5 3 2 410 364 +46 8
  Thailand 5 2 3 381 438 −57 7
  Indonesia 5 1 4 422 494 −72 6
  Hong Kong 5 0 5 387 496 −109 5
29 August
Philippines   84–68   South Korea
29 August
Japan   88–62   Hong Kong
29 August
Indonesia   76–86   Thailand
30 August
Japan   81–66   Thailand
30 August
Hong Kong   72–90   South Korea
30 August
Indonesia   74–107   Philippines
31 August
Philippines   108–73   Thailand
31 August
Japan   75–58   South Korea
31 August
Indonesia   120–106   Hong Kong
2 September
Philippines   100–68   Hong Kong
2 September
Thailand   58–94   South Korea
2 September
Indonesia   77–95   Japan
3 September
Hong Kong   79–98   Thailand
3 September
Indonesia   75–100   South Korea
3 September
Philippines   101–67   Japan

Final standingEdit

Rank Team Pld W L
    Philippines 7 7 0
    Japan 8 7 1
    South Korea 8 5 3
4   Thailand 7 3 4
5   Indonesia 6 2 4
6   Hong Kong 6 0 6
7   Cambodia 4 2 2
8   Singapore 5 2 3
9   Malaya 5 0 5

ReferencesEdit