Day 1: FIBA Asia 2015 Results, Scores, Stats & Video Highlights (September 23)

Check out the top 5 plays of day 1 at the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship, featuring Andray Blatche (Philippines), Abdulrahman Aljuma'h (Kuwait), Quincy Davis III (Chinese Taipei), Jasmon Youngblood (Lebanon) and Sani Sakakini (Palestine).

Here's the result for Day 1 (September 23) of 2015 FIBA Asia Championship for Men .

Game 1: Kuwaint 50, Hong Kong 87

Time: 9:30 am

Group B
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Kuwait
17
9
11
13
50
Hong Kong
15
14
25
33
87
  • Five Hong Konger players scored in double figures led by Ki LEE with 15 points. Duncan Overbeck REID added 13 points and 13 rebounds.
  • Mashari ABU DHOM scored a team-high 15 points for Kuwaitis.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 2: Philippines vs. Palestine

Time: 11:45 am

Group B
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Philippines
27
18
14
14
73
Palestine
12
28
15
20
75
  • Jamal Abu Shamala shone the brightest for Palestine with a game-high 26 points, including 6 triples, while brothers Sani Sakakini and Salim Sakakini added 22 and 10 points respectively.
  • Sani Sakakini, Jamal Abu Shamala, and Imad Qahwash played full 40 minutes. Qahwash added 17 points.
  • Andray Blatche paced the losing side with 21 points and 12 rebounds for Gilas Pilipinas.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 3: Iran vs. Japan

Time: 2:30 pm

Group A
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Iran
15
22
21
28
86
Japan
11
11
14
12
48
  • Oshin Sahakian led the way for Team Melli with 15 points, while Mohammad Hassanzadeh added 13 points off the bench.
  • Joji Takeuchi finished the game with 10 points and 11 rebounds for Japan.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 4: South Korea vs. Jordan

Time: 4:45 pm

Group C
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
South Korea
19
15
29
24
87
Jordan
8
19
20
13
60
  • Cho Sung-Min paced Korea with 19 points, while Lee Jung-Hyun added 10.
  • Yang Dong-Geun put up a total of 17 points on top of 9 assists, 7 rebounds, and 1 steal.
  • Korea nailed 15 of 24 attempts three-pointers.
  • Jordan was paced by 12 points and 9 rebounds from Zaid Abbas.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 5: Malaysia vs. India

Time: 7:30 pm

Group A
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Malaysia
19
13
12
29
73
India
29
18
26
29
102
  • Amjyot Singh had 24 points to lead India in scoring while teammate Akilan Pari contributed 18 points, six rebounds, four assists and a couple of steals.
  • Yadwinder Singh finished with 16 points and seven rebounds.
  • Ivan Yeo finished the game with 18 points and 8 rebounds for Malaysia.
  • Full stats.

Game 6: Singapore vs. China

Time: 7:30 pm

Group C
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Singapore
5
14
12
11
42
China
26
22
25
18
91
  • Xiaochuan Zhi led five players in double figures with 13 points.
  • Singapore was paced by 10 points and 2 rebounds from Hanbin Ng.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 7: Chinese Taipei vs. Lebanon

Time: 9:30 pm

Group D
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
FINAL
Chinese Taipei
20
21
16
30
87
Lebanon
29
14
26
23
92
  • Ahmad Ibrahim led five players in double figures with 23 points.
  • Quincy Davis finished with 23 points and six rebounds for Taipei.
  • Video Highlights.
  • Full stats.

Game 8: Qatar vs. Kazakhstan

Time: 9:30 pm

Group D
1st Q
2nd Q
3rd Q
4th Q
OT
FINAL
Qatar
14
16
21
20
8
79
Kazakhstan
20
14
21
16
4
75
  • Clinton Johnson scored 31 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Qatar.
  • Jerry Johnson led Kzakhstan with 26 points, four rebounds and seven assists.
  • Full stats.

[Photo Credit / Source: FIBA Asia | FIBA FB Page]

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