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Basketball at the 1982 Asian Games

Basketball was one of the 21 sports disciplines held in the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi, India. South Korea defeated China in the championship rematch and won their 2nd Asian Games title. The games were held from November 19 to December 3, 1982.

Contents

  • Medalists 1
  • Medal table 2
  • Results 3
    • Men 3.1
      • Preliminary round 3.1.1
        • Group A 3.1.1.1
        • Group B 3.1.1.2
        • Group C 3.1.1.3
        • Group D 3.1.1.4
      • Consolation round 3.1.2
        • Group 9-13 3.1.2.1
      • Final round 3.1.3
      • Final classification 3.1.4
    • Women 3.2
      • Round robin 3.2.1
      • Final standing 3.2.2
  • References 4

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
 South Korea (KOR)
An Jun-ho
Cho Myung-soo
Lee Chung-hee
Lee Jang-soo
Lee Min-hyun
Lee Young-keun
Lim Jung-myung
Park In-kyu
Park Jong-chun
Park Soo-kyo
Shin Dong-chan
Shin Sun-woo
 China (CHN)
Feng Wei
Han Pengshan
Huang Yunlong
Ji Zhaoguang
Kuang Lubin
Li Qiuping
Li Yaguang
Liu Jianli
Lü Jinqing
Sun Fengwu
Wang Libin
Xu Yuansheng
 Japan (JPN)
Toshiharu Baba
Yasuaki Ikeuchi
Nobuki Kato
Norihiko Kitahara
Katsushige Kumagai
Masaaki Mikami
Yasuyuki Nakajima
Yasutaka Okayama
Shuji Ono
Hiroyuki Otsuka
Takayuki Seto
Kanji Takaki
Women
 China (CHN)
Chen Yuefang
Liu Min
Liu Qing
Qiu Chen
Song Xiaobo
Sun Ruiyun
Xian Liqing
Xiu Lijuan
You Shumin
Zhang Hui
Zhang Liuru
Zhang Yueqin
 South Korea (KOR)
Bang Shin-sil
Cha Yang-sook
Hong He-ran
Hong Young-soon
Kim Hwa-soon
Kim Young-hee
Kwon Myung-hee
Park Chan-sook
Park Jin-sook
Park Yang-gae
Sung Jung-a
Woo Eun-kyung
 Japan (JPN)
Nanae Fujii
Setsuko Hashizume
Shoko Ito
Hiromi Kinjo
Yuko Kizuka
Kumi Kubota
Shigeko Kumagai
Mari Nehyo
Kazumi Shimizu
Mari Suzuki
Mika Sugihara
Noriko Tanaka

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China (CHN) 1 1 0 2
 South Korea (KOR) 1 1 0 2
3  Japan (JPN) 0 0 2 2
Total 2 2 2 6

Results

Men

Preliminary round

Group A
Team Pld W L
 South Korea 2 2 0
 Kuwait 2 1 1
 Bahrain 2 0 2
November 21
Kuwait  111–83  Bahrain
November 23
South Korea  103–76  Kuwait
Group B
Team Pld W L
 China 2 2 0
 North Korea 2 1 1
 Iraq 2 0 2
November 20
China  98–63  Iraq
November 25
North Korea  86–64  Iraq
Group C
Team Pld W L
 Japan 2 2 0
 Malaysia 2 1 1
 South Yemen 2 0 2
November 20
Japan  131–40  South Yemen
November 25
Japan  67–59  Malaysia
Group D
Team Pld W L
 Philippines 3 3 0
 India 3 2 1
 United Arab Emirates 3 1 2
 North Yemen 3 0 3
November 23
India  147–34  North Yemen
November 23
Philippines  108–100  India

Consolation round

Group 9-13
Team Pld W L
 Iraq 4 4 0
 Bahrain 4 3 1
 United Arab Emirates 4 2 2
 South Yemen 4 1 3
 North Yemen 4 0 4
November 26
Iraq  251–33  North Yemen
Scoring by half: 131-16, 120-17
November 29
Iraq  vs.  South Yemen
walkover
December 1
Iraq  97–72  Bahrain

Final round

Team Pld W L
 South Korea 7 7 0
 China 7 6 1
 Japan 7 5 2
 Philippines 7 3 4
 North Korea 7 3 4
 Kuwait 7 2 5
 Malaysia 5 2 5
 India 7 0 7
November 26
South Korea  106–70  Kuwait
November 26
Japan  67–59  Malaysia
November 26
Philippines  108–100  India
November 27
China  vs.  Japan
November 28
Japan  109–91  Philippines
November 28
China  104–4?  Malaysia
November 28
Kuwait  73–61  India
November 29
South Korea  91–90  Japan
November 29
China  94–58  Kuwait
November 30
South Korea  97–88  India
December 1
Malaysia  78–72  India
December 1
Philippines  80–78  Kuwait
Scoring by half: 37-19, 43-59
December 2
China  120–94  India
December 2
Japan  79–54  Kuwait
December 3
Japan  74–70  India
December 3
South Korea  85–84  China
Scoring by half: 46-42, 39-42

Final classification

Rank Team
 South Korea
 China
 Japan
4  Philippines
5  North Korea
6  Kuwait
7  Malaysia
8  India
9  Iraq
10  Bahrain
11  United Arab Emirates
12  South Yemen
13  North Yemen

Women

Round robin

Team Pld W L
 China 4 4 0
 South Korea 4 3 1
 Japan 4 2 2
 North Korea 4 1 3
 India 4 0 4
November 21
North Korea  103–59  India
November 21
South Korea  93–76  Japan
November 23
China  125–48  India
November 24
Japan  85–76  North Korea
November 25
South Korea  127–56  India
November 26
Japan  94–40  India
November 29
China  vs.  Japan
November 30
China  101–62  North Korea
Scoring by half: 54-38, 47-24

Final standing

Rank Team
 China
 South Korea
 Japan
4  North Korea
5  India

References

  • Men's Results
  • Women's Results


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