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1967 ABC Championship

1967 FIBA Asia Championship
4th Asian Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation South Korea
Dates September 21 – October 1
Teams 10 (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Philippines (3rd title)
1965
1969 >

The 1967 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Men were held in Seoul, South Korea.

Results

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Philippines 9 9 0 858 589 +269 18
 South Korea 9 8 1 819 582 +237 17
 Japan 9 7 2 751 562 +189 16
 Indonesia 9 5 4 830 782 +48 14 1–1 / 1.102
 Taiwan 9 5 4 750 689 +61 14 1–1 / 0.953
 India 9 5 4 709 797 −88 14 1–1 / 0.941
 Thailand 9 3 6 662 712 −50 12
 Malaysia 9 2 7 630 777 −147 11
 Hong Kong 9 1 8 539 806 −267 10
 Singapore 9 0 9 640 892 −252 9
September 21
Hong Kong  78–76  Singapore
Scoring by half: 42–39, 36–37
September 21
India  50–106  South Korea
Scoring by half: 24–64, 26–42
September 21
Taiwan  83–68  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 36–27, 47–41
September 21
Philippines  103–67  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 45–33, 58–34
September 21
Japan  93–66  Thailand
Scoring by half: 44–36, 49–30
September 22
Philippines  92–55  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 41–24, 51–31
September 22
Thailand  84–57  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 49–31, 35–26
September 22
South Korea  105–87  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 51–31, 54–56
September 22
India  56–89  Japan
Scoring by half: 24–52, 32–37
September 22
Singapore  72–117  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 33–57, 39–60
September 23
Japan  78–69  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 34–32, 44–37
September 23
India  63–111  Philippines
Scoring by half: 26–53, 37–58
September 23
Taiwan  103–62  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 50–31, 53–31
September 23
Thailand  57–85  South Korea
Scoring by half: 30–41, 27–44
September 23
Malaysia  90–87  Singapore
Scoring by half: 46–39, 44–48
September 24
South Korea  122–71  Singapore
Scoring by half: 64–33, 58–38
September 24
Malaysia  97–78  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 44–24, 53–54
September 24
Taiwan  71–63  Thailand
Scoring by half: 33–29, 38–34
September 24
Indonesia  130–107  India
Scoring by half: 57–52, 73–55
September 24
Philippines  81–69  Japan
Scoring by half: 41–33, 40–36
September 26
Hong Kong  47–89  Japan
Scoring by half: 25–51, 22–38
September 26
Singapore  58–107  Philippines
Scoring by half: 28–52, 30–55
September 26
Indonesia  89–80  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 42–28, 47–52
September 26
Taiwan  78–89  South Korea
Scoring by half: 41–41, 37–48
September 26
Thailand  82–86  India
Scoring by half: 35–38, 47–48
September 27
Hong Kong  46–86  South Korea
Scoring by half: 24–35, 22–51
September 27
Japan  100–69  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 51–27, 49–42
September 27
Philippines  83–79  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 43–38, 40–41
September 27
India  96–77  Singapore
Scoring by half: 47–34, 49–43
September 27
Indonesia  97–90  Thailand
Scoring by half: 44–37, 53–53
September 28
Taiwan  90–87  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 43–55, 47–32
September 28
Hong Kong  52–103  Philippines
Scoring by half: 32–49, 20–54
September 28
Singapore  69–82  Thailand
Scoring by half: 36–44, 33–38
September 28
Malaysia  64–93  India
Scoring by half: 33–42, 31–51
September 28
Japan  62–63  South Korea
Scoring by half: 34–39, 28–24
September 30
India  74–65  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 29–30, 45–35
September 30
Indonesia  110–75  Singapore
Scoring by half: 49–38, 61–37
September 30
South Korea  83–48  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 36–19, 47–29
September 30
Thailand  66–95  Philippines
Scoring by half: 35–43, 31–52
September 30
Taiwan  56–81  Japan
Scoring by half: 25–40, 31–41
October 1
Hong Kong  54–94  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 33–49, 21–45
October 1
India  84–73  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 42–37, 42–36
October 1
Singapore  55–90  Japan
Scoring by half: 30–41, 25–49
October 1
Thailand  72–59  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 34–27, 38–32
October 1
South Korea  80–83  Philippines
Scoring by half: 38–41, 42–42

Final standing

Qualified for the 1968 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
1st  Philippines 9–0
2nd  South Korea 8–1
3rd  Japan 7–2
4  Indonesia 5–4
5  Taiwan 5–4
6  India 5–4
7  Thailand 3–6
8  Malaysia 2–7
9  Hong Kong 1–8
10  Singapore 0–9

Awards

 1967 Asian Champions 

Philippines
Third title

References

  • Results
  • archive.fiba.com


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