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Chinese Taipei national basketball team

 

Chinese Taipei national basketball team

Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 中華台北

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FIBA Ranking 42 Decrease1
Joined FIBA 1981
FIBA Zone FIBA Asia
National Federation CTBA
Coach Hsu Jin-Zhe
Summer Olympic Games
Appearances 3
Medals None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances 2
Medals None
Asian Championships
Appearances 20
Medals Bronze: 1973, 1989
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The Chinese Taipei national basketball team is the basketball team representing Taiwan in international competitions, organized and run by the CTBA (Chinese Taipei Basketball Association).[1]
Chinese Taipei's 4th place at the 1959 FIBA World Championship remains the 2nd best finish ever of an Asian nation at this tournament. The best Asian finish was that of the Philippine national basketball team which placed 3rd in the 1954 FIBA World Championship.

Achievements

Performance at Summer Olympics

Year Position Tournament Host
1936 15 Basketball at the 1936 Summer Olympics Berlin, Germany
1948 18 Basketball at the 1948 Summer Olympics London, Great Britain
1956 11 Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics Melbourne, Australia
2016 TBD Basketball at the 2016 Summer Olympics Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Performance at FIBA World Championships

Year Position Tournament Host
1954 5 1954 FIBA World Championship Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1959 4 1959 FIBA World Championship Chile
2014 Not Qualified 2014 FIBA World Championship Spain

Performance at FIBA Asia Championship

Year Position Tournament Host
1960 2 1960 ABC Championship Manila, Philippines
1963 2 1963 ABC Championship Taipei City, Taiwan
1965 5 1965 ABC Championship Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1967 5 1967 ABC Championship Seoul, South Korea
1969 4 1969 ABC Championship Bangkok, Thailand
1971 4 1971 ABC Championship Tokyo, Japan
1973 3 1973 ABC Championship Manila, Philippines
1975 1975 ABC Championship Bangkok, Thailand
1977 1977 ABC Championship Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1979 1979 ABC Championship Nagoya, Japan
1981 1981 ABC Championship Calcutta, India
1983 1983 ABC Championship Hong Kong
1985 6 1985 ABC Championship Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1987 5 1987 ABC Championship Bangkok, Thailand
1989 3 1989 ABC Championship Beijing, China
1991 4 1991 ABC Championship Kobe, Japan
1993 5 1993 ABC Championship Jakarta, Indonesia
1995 4 1995 ABC Championship Seoul, South Korea
1997 6 1997 ABC Championship Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
1999 4 1999 ABC Championship Fukuoka, Japan
2001 7 2001 ABC Championship Shanghai, China
2003 11 2003 ABC Championship Harbin, China
2005 9 2005 FIBA Asia Championship Doha, Qatar
2007 6 2007 FIBA Asia Championship Tokushima, Japan
2009 5 2009 FIBA Asia Championship Tianjin, China
2011 8 2011 FIBA Asia Championship Wuhan, China
2013 4 2013 FIBA Asia Championship Manila, Philippines

Roster

2013 FIBA Asia Championship squad
Head Coach: Hsu Chin-Tse
Assistant Coach:

# Name Date of Birth Height Pos Club, City
4 Tseng Wen-Ting 11/01/1981 6 ft 8 C Shanghai Sharks
5 Quincy Davis 23/04/1982 6 ft 9 C Pure Youth
6 Lee Hsueh-Lin 24/05/1992 5 ft 9 G Beijing Ducks
7 Tien Lei 05/07/1984 6 ft 7 F Dacin Tigers
8 Chen Shih-Chieh 27/08/1992 5 ft 10 G Pure Youth
9 Hung Chih-Shan 09/12/1990 5 ft 9 G DongGuan Lions
10 Chou Po-Chen 19/05/1988 6 ft 5 F Yulon Luxgen
11 Yang Chin-Min 31/10/1988 6 ft 2 G Shanxi Zh.
12 Lin Chih-Chieh 05/09/1988 6 ft 3 G Guangsha L.
13 Lu Cheng-Ju 20/12/1986 6 ft 4 F Yulon Luxgen
14 Tsai Wen-Cheng 11/04/1989 6 ft 3 G Pure Youth
15 Douglas Creighton 26/04/1994 6 ft 5 F Pure Youth

Head Coach history

  • Chinese Taipei James Chen Tzu-Lie (Chinese: 陳祖烈) – 1987
  • Chinese Taipei Liu Chun-Ching (Chinese: 劉俊卿) – 1989
  • Chinese Taipei Ku Chi-Hsiung (Chinese: 古吉雄) – 1997
  • Chinese Taipei Chung Chih-Meng (Chinese: 鍾枝萌) – 1998
  • Chinese Taipei Chien Yi-Fei (Chinese: 錢一飛) – 1999 – 2002
  • Chinese Taipei Li Ching-Chi (Chinese: 李清棋) – 2003
  • Chinese Taipei Li Yun-Kwang (Chinese: 李雲光) – 2004 – 2006
  • South Korea Chung Kwang-Suk (Korean: 정광석) – 2007–2009
  • Singapore Zhang Xuelei (Chinese: 張學雷) - 2009 – 2010
  • Chinese Taipei Chou Jun-San (Chinese: 周俊三) - 2011
  • Chinese Taipei Hsu Jin-Zhe (Chinese: 許晉哲) - 2012 –

External links

  • High flying hoop dreams: A brief history of the development of basketball in Taiwan (in English)

References


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