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Anonymous
Earlier this month

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FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

Australia are in Group B (1st Round) with:

Chinese Taipei
Japan
Philippines

Dates:

20 Nov 17 1st Round - 1st Window
19 Feb 18 1st Round - 2nd Window
25 Jun 18 1st Round - 3rd Window

Top three qualify for 2nd round:

Dates:

30 Aug 18 2nd Round - 1st Window
26 Nov 18 2nd Round - 2nd Window
18 Feb 19 2nd Round - 3rd Window

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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:15 9 May 17

Reply #635414

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

New Zealand are in Group A with:

China
Hong Kong
South Korea

23 Nov 17 vs. South Korea (home)
26 Nov 17 vs. Hong Kong (away)
23 Feb 18 vs. China (away
26 Feb 18 vs. South Korea (away)
28 Jun 18 vs. Hong Kong (home)
01 Jul 18 vs. China (home)


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:22 9 May 17

Reply #635416

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

Australia are in Group B with:

Chinese Taipei
Japan
Philippines

24 Nov 17 vs. Chinese Taipei (away)
27 Nov 17 vs. Japan (home)
22 Feb 18 vs. Philippines (home)
25 Feb 18 vs. Chinese Taipei (home)
29 Jun 18 vs. Japan (away)
02 Jul 18 vs. Philippines (away)


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:41 9 May 17

Reply #635423

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

I wonder what the squad might look like.


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Truer than Paul Pierce
Earlier this month
05:46 10 May 17

Reply #635498

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

So we play the 48th, 48th (Japan and Chinese Taipei are tied in rank) and 27th ranked team in the world.

It's quite possible we could put a team out of NBL bench players and they'd wipe the floor.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:01 10 May 17

Reply #635516

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

Can't wait to show Asia that we are the best. Some of these countries don't actually believe we are legit. China and Philippines in for a reality check since the new cavalry has rolled into town.


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Libertine
Earlier this month
14:31 13 May 17

Reply #635773

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

ah damn, was really hoping they'd play Malaysia.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
14:57 13 May 17

Reply #635775

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

You think we would wipe the floor with nz or china with an nbl team. Don't think so...


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:00 13 May 17

Reply #635776

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

No NBA players
No euro players
No college players


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:30 13 May 17

Reply #635777

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

#775 Yes we would. NBL clubs (not Boomers) themselves have beaten the full China national team with Yao Ming back in the day.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:32 13 May 17

Reply #635778

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

@Libertine that would be inhumane :p


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Libertine
Two weeks ago
02:18 16 May 17

Reply #635950

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

Well I live here, so would have been nice ;)

Although I've posted here before, fat 30+ and 185cm me who hasnt played competitive basketball since 2005 was able to compete with the national team in scrimmages.

Inhumane is probably right.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
11:56 16 May 17

Reply #635977

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

I remember you posting about that before.

I know the standard there is low but reading about your scrimmage again still blows my mind.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
13:00 16 May 17

Reply #635986

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

@Libertine

The 2017 SEABA Championship hasn't been played yet, it will on 12-18 May. The winner of it then qualifies for these qualifiers.

The FIBA draw used "assumed winners" for SEABA (one place) and East Asian Basketball Championship (five places).

It is confusing but hope it makes sense. So if somehow Malaysia win the South East Asia Championship they will be in Group B with Australia.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
13:04 16 May 17

Reply #635988

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

So basically Philippines being placed in Group B is because they are the assumed winner of the SEABA Championship. This is because it was originally scheduled to be played before the FIBA draw but was postponed.

Edit: The tournament is being played right now, Malaysia already at 1-3 record, whoops. But there was a chance originally :P


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Libertine
Last week
23:29 23 May 17

Reply #636540

re: FIBA World Cup 2019 Asia-Oceania zone qualifying

Ha, well the dream is officially over!


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