China, Iran and Palestine modernized to a second turn of foe with unblemished annals after violence their particular opponents on Friday in Changsha, China.
Host China leaned on another clever opening in a second half to run divided with an 84-67 feat opposite Jordan during CSWC Dayun gymnasium.
Jordan was within distinguished stretch during a half as they were only down by 5 points, though China pulled divided in a third and final duration to measure their third feat in as many games.
Yi Jianlian was unstoppable on Friday as he finished with 26 points on 12-for-20 sharpened to go along with 14 rebounds. Guo Ailun combined 15 points on tip of 7 assists and 4 rebounds, while Zhou Qi finished with 10 points and 3 rebounds for China.
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Meanwhile, Iran valid once again because they are a contest favorite as they cruised to a 122-42 victory against untimely Malaysia in their final Group A assignment.
Reigning FIBA Asia Most Valuable Player Hamed Hadadi did not play for Iran, though his deficiency was not felt by a fortifying champions as they fast blew a diversion far-reaching open right from a opening period.
Mohammad Hassanzadeh Saberi was simply too most for a Malaysian aside as he finished with 28 points on 11-for-16 sharpened to go along with 18 rebounds, while associate large male Asghar Kardoust racked adult 24 markers and 10 play for Iran. Iran shot 59 percent from a margin and singular Malaysia to only 26.1 percent shooting.
Palestine also kept their record ideal as they hold on to an 85-79 win over Hong Kong in a final Group B game.
Hong Kong outscored Palestine by 13 points in a fourth period, though it was not adequate to overcome a large lead built by a latter in a initial half. Palestine fast took a 30-18 lead after a initial 10 mins and increasing their lead to 16 points during a half.
Sani Sakanini had a outrageous night with 19 points and 16 rebounds on tip of 8 assists, Imad Qahwash finished with 24 points and 6 rebounds, while Jamal Abu Shamala combined 22 points and 7 boards.
Complete 2015 FIBA Asia Championship Day 3 Results
- Malaysia 42 – 122 Iran
- Singapore 45 – 87 Korea
- India 65 – 83 Japan
- Kuwait 64 – 110 Philippines
- China 84 – 67 Jordan
- Hong Kong 79 – 85 Palestine
- Qatar 64 – 72 Taipei
- Kazakhstan 55 – 91 Lebanon