Day 2: FIBA Asia 2015 Results, Scores, Stats & Video Highlights (September 24)

Here's the result for Day 2 (September 24) of 2015 FIBA Asia Championship for Men .

Game 1: Philippines vs. Hong Kong

Time: 9:30 am

Group B
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Philippines
28
23
32
18
101
Hong Kong
15
7
16
12
50
  • Jayson Castro led Gilas Pilipinas with 21 points, shooting 7-of-9 from the floor, including 5 triples, grabbed 4 rebounds, dished out 2 assists, and got 2 steals.
  • Duncan Reid tallied 11 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists to pace Hong Kong
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

Game 2: Iran vs. India

Time: 11:45 am

Group A
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Iran 27 12 24 25
88
India 11 19 18 18
66
  • Five Iranian players scored in double-figures led by Mohammad Hassanzadeh’s 18 points. Mahdi Kamrani and Samad Nikkhah Bahrami, meanwhile, dropped 13 and 12 points respectively in support.
  • India were paced by Amjyot Singh’s 26 points and 9 rebounds, while Amrit Pal Singh and Yadwinder Singh each tallied 10 points.
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

Game 3: Japan vs. Malaysia

Time: 2:30 pm

Group A
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Japan 32 27 35 25 119
Malaysia 9 14 2 23 48
  • Keijuro Matsui had 25 points to lead the way for Japan, while Joji Takeuchi, Takatoshi Furukawa, Ryumo Ono, and Kenta Hirose all scored at least 12 points in support.
  • Malaysia were paced by Chee Kheun Ma and Wei Hong Choo, who tossed in 11 and 10 points respectively.
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

Game 4: Chinese Taipei vs. Kazakhstan

Time: 4:45 pm

Group D
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Chinese Taipei 7 23 16 27 74
Kazakhstan 25 17 16 26 84
  • Anton Ponomarev led Kazakhstan with 18 points, 14 rebounds, 5 steals, and 2 three-pointers.
  • Anatoliy Kolesnikov scored 17 points and hauled down 7 rebounds, while Jerry Johnson and Dmitriy Klimov added 14 and 12 points respectively.
  • Liu Cheng paced Chinese Taipei with 21 points off the bench.
  • Quincy Davis, who fouled out the game, tallied 13 points and 8 boards.
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

Game 5: Palestine vs. Kuwait

Time: 7:30 pm

Group B
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Palestine 26 23 26 15 90
Kuwait 16 19 10 24 69
  • Jamal Abu Shamala finished with 21 points and six rebounds for Palestine.
  • Hamad Hasan scored 19 points and grabbed 6 rebounds for Kuwait.
  • Full stats.

Game 6: South Korea vs. China

Time: 7:30 pm

Group C
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
South Korea 27 17 16 13 73
China 14 19 18 25 76
  • Down 20 points, China fought back to to come away with a win.
  • Zhou Qi, 19-year-old, scored the majority of his team-high 21 points in the fourth quarter. He also finished with eight rebounds and had one of his two blocks in the last period when China went on their game-changing run.
  • Jianlian Yi finished the game with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
  • South Korea was paced by 24 points and 10 rebounds from Donggeun Yang.
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

Game 7: Jordan vs. Singapore

Time: 9:30 pm

Group C
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Jordan 34 17 29 18 98
Singapore 13 19 13 23 68

Game 8: Lebanon vs. Qatar

Time: 9:30 pm

Group D
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
OT1
OT2
FINAL
Lebanon 17 25 8 23 13 14 100
Qatar 7 20 27 19 13 19 105
  • Clinton Johnson had 31 points and seven rebounds to lead the way for Qatar.
  • Mohamad Ali Haidar scored 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Lebanon.
  • Full stats.
  • Video Highlights.

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