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  #FAU18: Iran, China, Taipei, Japan leave a trailing blaze at Gharafa  
     
20/08/2014
IRI/CHN - #FAU18: Iran, China, Taipei, Japan leave a trailing blaze at Gharafa

Iran and China who between them have won the gold medal at the last six FIBA Asia U18 Championships along with Japan came up with complete, consuming and comprehensive performances that fetched them convincing win on Day Two of the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship on Wednesday.

 
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  #FAU18: Indian find the winning touch against Malaysia  
     
20/08/2014
IND/MAS - #FAU18: Indian find the winning touch against Malaysia

India shrugged off their initial slumber just in time and went on to post a 73-64 win over Malaysia for their first win in Group A Prelim Round of the competition keeping their hopes of advancing to the further stages at the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship on Wednesday.

 
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  #FAU18: Batang Gilas’ campaign tips off with a rousing win  
     
20/08/2014
PHI/JOR - #FAU18: Batang Gilas’ campaign tips off with a rousing win

Batang Gilas Philippines took the entire first quarter of their Group B game against Jordan at the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship on Wednesday, but once they did there was a lot to cheer for the motley group of supporters who had assembled at the Gharafa Stadium ‘bunking’ work as the 2014 SEABA U18 champions raced away to a 85-60 win.

 
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  #FAU18: Depleted Qatar prove more than a handful for India  
     
19/08/2014
QAT/IND - #FAU18: Depleted Qatar prove more than a handful for India

Going into their Group A Prleim Round lung-opener against India at the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship, hosts Qatar had their share of woes of worries. Two of their players are yet to clear the Eligibility and two more are yet to rejoin the team from their vacation. Therefore coach Brian Lester’s wide grin at the end of the 86-73 win on Tuesday certainly looked more than well justified.

 
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  #FAU18: Hamstrung tactically, Iraq, Kuwait go down fighting  
     
19/08/2014
JPN/KAZ - #FAU18: Hamstrung tactically, Iraq, Kuwait go down fighting

Hamstrung by the absence of registered coaches, Iraq and Kuwait had a rather disappointing start to their campaign in the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship on Tuesday handing over first the tactical edge and eventually the game itself to Japan and Kazakhstan respectively.

 
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  #FAU18: No early blues nor starting trouble as China, Korea up the ante  
     
19/08/2014
CHN/KOR - #FAU18: No early blues nor starting trouble as China, Korea up the ante

Twice defending champions China and Korea who have won 13 gold medals in the history of FIBA Asia U18 Championship including playing the finals of the last two editions began their quest at the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship on Tuesday with consummate wins that spoke for the preparations of the two giants.

 
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  #FAU18: Young Turks all set to strut their talent at Gharafa  
     
18/08/2014
#FAU18: Young Turks all set to strut their talent at Gharafa

The FIBA Asia U18 Championship has over the period of years served its purpose well – that of unearthing the “stars of tomorrow”. Another edition is set to tip off – the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship – and the expectations are no less from the 14 teams assembled for the top honors.

 
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  #FAU18: Already a star, Zhou Qi out to reap results this time  
     
17/08/2014
CHN - #FAU18: Already a star, Zhou Qi out to reap results this time

It may be a completely exaggerated statement to call any player in fray at the 23rd FIBA Asia U18 Championship to be played in Doha (Qatar) from Aug 19-28 a “star”, but then there is no way else you can describe China spearhead Zhou Qi.

 
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  #FIBAU17: China finish for 7th place; Japan in line for 14th; Philippines 15th  
     
17/08/2014
#FIBAU17: China finish for 7th place; Japan in line for 14th; Philippines 15th

Reigning FIBA Asia U16 Championship winners China beat France 87-79 on Saturday in the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship thus retaining the No 7 ranking they had achieved in the first two editions in 2010 at Hamburg (Germany) and 2012 at Kaunas (Lithuania).

 
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  #FIBAU17: China play France for 7th place; Japan in line for 13th; Philippines for 15th  
     
16/08/2014
#FIBAU17: China play France for 7th place; Japan in line for 13th; Philippines for 15th

Reigning FIBA Asia U16 Championship winners China went down 81-92 to Canada in the 5-8 Classification in the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship on Friday, but kept themselves in the reckoning to match their highest ever ranking in the event’s history.

 
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