Category Archives: 2011 FIBA Asia Championship

Yi Jianlian named MVP, Douthit not in Top 5

FIBA Asia All Star 5

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Wuhan, China

Most Valuable Player – Yi Jianlian (China)

All-Star Five (Voted by the Coaches of the Top 8 teams)
Center – Hamed Haddadi (Iran)
Power Forward – Yi Jianlian (China)
Small Forward – Samad Bahrami (Iran)
Shooting Guard – Takuya Kawamura (Japan)
Point Guard – Sam Daghles (Jordan)

From: http://wuhan2011.fibaasia.net/TournamentNewsDetails.aspx?id=1392

* Pic above is from FIBA Wuhan Site

Philippines vs Korea Battle for 3rd Game Highlights

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Philippines vs Korea Battle for Third Place Game Highlights Video

Read Recap: Philippines finished 4th Place in FIBA Asia

* thanks to dakerdz of youtube

Smart Gilas FIBA Asia Championship Recap

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Recap of Smart Gilas Games
Wuhan, China

Battle for 3rd Place Results
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 27 points
Read Game Highlights: Philippines finished 4th Place in FIBA Asia

Semifinals Results
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 21 points
Read Game Highlights: Jordan defeats Philippines in Semis

Quarterfinals Results
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 37 points
Read Game Highlights: Philippines beats Chinese-Taipei, now in Final Four

2nd Round Results

Philippines defeats Syria, 75-52
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 20 points
Read Game Highlights: Another come from behind win by Smart Gilas

Philippines defeats Japan, 83-76
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 25 points
Read Game Highlights: Philippines with a big win over Japan

Philippines defeats Jordan, 72-64
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 19 points
Read Game Highlights: FIBA 2nd Round: Philippines defeats Jordan

1st Round Results

Philippines defeats Bahrain, 113-71
Top Scorer: Japeth Aguilar – 21 points
Read Game Highlights: Philippines defeats Bahrain

China defeats Philippines, 75-60
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 17 points
Read Game Highlights: China defeats Philippines

Philippines defeats UAE, 92-52
Top Scorer: Mac Baracael – 15 points
Read Game Highlights: Philippines defeats UAE

FIBA Asia Championship Standings

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Wuhan, China

1st place – China (9-0) (Slot in 2012 London Olympics)
2nd place – Jordan (5-4) (Slot in 2012 FIBA Olympic Qualifiers)
3rd place – Korea (7-2) (Slot in 2012 FIBA Olympic Qualifiers)
4th place – Philippines (6-3)
5th place – Iran (8-1)
6th place – Lebanon (4-5)
7th place – Japan (5-4)
8th place – Chinese-Taipei (4-5)
9th place – Syria (4-4)
10th place – United Arab Emirates (2-6)
11th place – Malaysia (3-5)
12th place – Uzbekistan (1-7)
13th place – Indonesia (2-3)
14th place – India (1-4)
15th place – Bahrain (1-4)
16th place – Qatar (0-5)

Thank you Smart Gilas Pilipinas!

Philippines finished 4th Place in FIBA Asia

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Battle for 3rd
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Korea
Wuhan, China
Korea defeats Philippines, 70-68

Game Highlights:
- Philippines finished 4th place in the FIBA Asia Championship
- Marcus Douthit with 27 points and 22 rebounds
- Philippines missed 4 Free Throws at the end of the game; 2 by Williams, 1 by Douthit and 1 by Lassiter
- Jimmy Alapag 5/7 from three point range with 17 points
- Only 10 assist for Philippines and 13 turnovers that resulted to 13 points by Korea
- 3 point field goal percentage (35%) is higher than 2 point field goal percentage (33%)
- Kelly Williams with 9 points and 11 boards but missed 2 key free throws
- Marcio Lassiter with just 1 point but grabbed 9 rebounds
- Both teams with a low Free Throw Percentage, PHI (59%) and KOR (61%) but Korea made their free throws in the end game
- Biggest lead of Philippines was 13 points
- Chris Tiu and Chris Lutz fouled out of the ballgame
- Japeth Aguilar did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 68 – Douthit 27, Alapag 17, Williams 9, Lutz 5, de Ocampo 3, Tiu 2, Casio 2, Baracael 2, Lassiter 1, Taulava 0, Barroca 0

Quarters: 14-7, 24-17, 47-36, 68-70

Philippines vs Jordan Semifinals Game Highlights

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Philippines vs Jordan Semifinals Game Highlights Video

Read Recap: Jordan defeats Philippines in Semis

Battle for 3rd Place Schedule: September 25, 2011, 3:30pm
Philippines vs Korea

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Battle for 3rd: Philippines vs Korea

2011 FIBA Asia Championship
Wuhan, China
Sunday, September 25, 2011

Battle for 3rd place – 3:30pm
Philippines vs Korea

Finals – 8pm
China vs Jordan – 8pm

Note:
-2nd and 3rd placed teams in the FIBA Asia Championship will play in the FIBA Olympic Qualifiers and will play against other teams who qualified from around the world
-Winner of FIBA Asia Championship will be given an automatic slot to the 2012 London Olympics

Jordan defeats Philippines in Semis

2011 FIBA Asia Championship Semifinals
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Jordan
Wuhan, China
Jordan defeats Philippines, 75-61

Game Highlights:
- Jordan goes to the finals of the FIBA Asia Championship
- Philippines will still have a game tomorrow against the loser of China vs Korea and more importantly a slot in the FIBA Olympic Qualifier for the 2nd and 3rd place finisher
- Marcus Douthit scored 21 points and 15 rebounds but was guarded well by Jordan
- Only JV Casio as the other Smart Gilas player in double figures with 15 points
- Only 13% from three-point range (3/23)
- Smart Gilas missed a couple of easy shots and Jordan had a great defensive game
- Philippines committed 29 fouls and was in penalty early for most of the game
- Japeth Aguilar and Mac Baracael did not play this game

Game Scores:
Philippines 61 – Douthit 21, Casio 15, de Ocampo 8, Williams 6, Lutz 4, Barroca 4, Lassiter 2, Alapag 1

Quarters: 12-18, 27-28, 49-41, 75-61