UZB/VIE – Uzbeks happy for the exposure

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Middle Asian nation Uzbekistan signed off their campaign in Level II beating Vietnam on Thursday. "Overall we have nothing to complain," said player-cum-assistant coach of the team Lyudmila Lebedeva. The win was the Uzbeks' third win, having lost to Hong Kong and India.

IND/SRI – India remain unbeaten in Level II

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): Middle Asian rivals India and Sri Lanka stood at the diametrically opposite ends of the Level II spectrum at the end of the former's win on Thursday

CHN/TPE – China continue winning

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Chinese coach Sun Fengwu expressed satisfaction after his side defeated Chinese Taipei in Level I on Wednesday. "As you are aware we have come with a second string team. Winning against a team as experienced as Taipei in that scenario is very satisfying," he said after the win. […]

THA/MAS – Thailand score brownie points

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Thailand staved off Malaysia's remarkable rally to post their maiden victory in Level I on Wednesday. Coming against their South East Asian archrivals, Thailand will now have to play the second finishing team in Level II in the play-offs

KOR/JPN – Korean women's tribute to Memory Day

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Hosts Korea gave the Memory Day holiday crowd a lot to cheer about beating traditional East Asian rivals Japan in a needle Level I encounter on Wednesday

IND/HKG – India top Level II

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Center Geethu Anna Jose top scored yet again, along with collecting 14 rebounds, as India retained their toppers status in Level II beating Hong Kong. "We have retained our position as Level II winners. Now we have to go for the Level I spot," said Indian coach Sat […]

CHN/THA – China win big

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): China warmed up rather well, in their Tuesday's win against Thailand, setting the stage for an all-important Level I encounter against Chinese Taipei on Wednesday

JPN/TPE – Another grudge game, another Taipei loss

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): Japan weaved a web of almost impregnable defense to take Chinese Taipei by surprise and win the needle Level I encounter on Tuesday. Their defeat to Taipei at the 2006 Doha Asian Games on his mind, coach Tomohide Utsumi said "we had done our homework well. I'm happy it […]

KOR/MAS – 'This team has all the makings of a champion'

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): The most explanatory description of Korea's 97-53 win over Malaysia in Level I on Tuesday, the hosts' third win from as many matches came from the Malaysian coach