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2012 FIBA Asia Cup
Philippines defeats Lebanon, 78-68
September 15, 2012
-Marcus Douthit led Smart Gilas with 25 points and 21 rebounds
-LA Tenorio and Gary David with 11 points each, David with a crucial fastbreak layup in the last 2 minutes
-Gabe Norwood and Jared Dillinger both with 10 points
-Ranidel de Ocampo with 8 points and 5 rebounds
-Great defense by Philippines forcing Lebanon to 17 turnovers, 35% field goal shooting and 20% shooting from 3-point range
-Smart Gilas did not shoot well from 3-point range for the 2nd straight game (2/13 only)
-Philippines now 1-1, with 2 games left Uzbekistan (9/16 at 1pm) and Macua (9/17 at 10:30am) in the preliminary round
Philippines 78 – Douthit 25, David 11, Tenorio 11, Norwood 10, Dillinger 10, De Ocampo 8, Fonacier 3, Thoss 0, Chan 0.
2012 FIBA Asia Cup
China defeats Philippines, 71-68
September 14, 2012
-Ranidel de Ocampo with 11 points
-Marcus Douthit and Larry Fonacier with 10 points each (Douthit also with 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks)
-Gabe Norwood with 9 points and 8 rebounds
-LA Tenorio with 8 points and 4 assists (also with 3 turnovers)
-Philippines forced China to 22 turnovers and only 6/24 from 3-point range
-Smart Gilas shot 6/35 from three-point range (including 4 missed 3 pointers at the end game)
-Philippines was still leading by 8 with 4 minutes left in the game
-Smart Gilas missed 10 free throws (14/24)
-China with an average height of 6’8 outrebounded Philippines, 58-31
Philippines 71 – De Ocampo 11, Douthit 10, Fonacier 10, Norwood 9, Tenorio 8, Dillinger 8, David 7, Chan 5, Reyes 0, Thoss 0, Villanueva 0.
2012 FIBA Asia Cup (former Stankovic Cup)
Qualifier for 2013 FIBA Asia Championship
September 14-22, 2012
Group A: China, Lebanon, Macau, Philippines, Uzbekistan
Group B: Chinese-Taipei, Iran, Japan, Qatar, India
FIBA Asia Cup 2012 Smart Gilas 2 Roster: TBA
About 4th FIBA Asia Cup (From http://tokyo2012.fibaasia.net)
-The 4th FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup is the qualifying event for the 27th FIBA Asia Championship in 2013, which in turn will be the qualifying event for 2014 FIBA World Cup to be held in Spain.
-The winner of the 4th FIBA Asia Cup will automatically qualify for the 27th FIBA Asia Championship in 2013.
-The top four teams at the 4th FIBA Asia Cup will earn additional berths for their respective FIBA Asia sub zones.
System of Competition
1. Preliminary Round
The ten (10) participating teams will be divided into two (2) groups (A and B) of five (5) teams each. Each team shall play all the other teams within its own group.
The four (4) best-placed teams from each group will play in the Final Round; the two (2) teams placed 5th in the two (2) groups will play in the Classification Round.
9th place play-off: A5 vs B5 (9th and 10th)
Game 1 (QF1): B4 vs A1
Game 2 (QF2): A4 vs B1
Game 3 (QF3): B3 vs A2
Game 4 (QF4): A3 vs B2
Classification Round (5 – 8 Placings):
Game 5: Loser 1 vs Loser 4
Game 6: Loser 2 vs Loser 3
Final Round (1 – 4 Placings):
Game 7 (SF1): Winner 1 vs Winner 4
Game 8 (SF2): Winner 2 vs Winner 3
Game 9 (7th place play-off): Loser 5 vs Loser 6
Game 10 (5th place play-off): Winner 5 vs Winner 6
Game 11 (Bronze medal game): Loser 7 vs Loser 8
Game 12 (Gold medal game): Winner 7 vs Winner 8
Note: The actual Game Nos. from Quarter-Finals onwards will vary according to the tournament schedule