On the evening of September 26, the Chinese men’s basketball team ushered in the first opponent of the Hangzhou Asian Games, the Mongolian national team, at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium. The Chinese men’s basketball team was a little cautious at the beginning, leading its opponent by only 1 point after the first quarter. But as the team gradually adapted to the rhythm of the game, in the end, the Chinese men’s basketball team defeated the Mongolian national team 89:50 and got off to a good start.
Talking about the goal of the Chinese men’s basketball team at the Asian Games, Djordjevic said clearly: “Our goal is to win the gold medal. I believe our players, we need this championship, and will work very hard to achieve this goal. , but now we must first prepare for the next game.” (Source: People’s Daily Online, reporter Yang Lei)
According to the schedule, the Chinese men’s basketball team will play against the Chinese Taipei team on September 28.
According to the rules, there are 16 participating teams in the men’s basketball event of this Asian Games, divided into 4 groups. The Chinese men’s basketball team’s opponents in the group stage of this competition are Mongolia (ranked 100th in the FIBA world) and Chinese Taipei (ranked 78th in the FIBA world). ) and Hong Kong, China (FIBA world ranking 119th).
Hangzhou Asian Games-List of Chinese Men’s Basketball Athletes:
Zhao Jiwei (No. 4), Hu Mingxuan (No. 3), Cheng Shuipeng (No. 6), Zhao Rui (No. 10), Fu Hao (No. 14), Yu Jiahao (No. 16), Du Runwang (No. 18), Cui Yongxi (No. 19) ), Hu Jinqiu (No. 21), Zhu Junlong (No. 26), Wang Zhelin (No. 31), Zhang Zhenlin (No. 77).
Chinese Men’s Basketball Team Hangzhou Asian Games Group Stage Live Schedule:
September 28, 20:00 China vs Chinese Taipei Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center
The Hangzhou Asian Games men’s basketball team is divided into four groups, and the first place in each group will directly enter the quarter-finals. The second and third place in each group will compete in the quarter-finals qualifying round. The winner will advance to the quarter-finals, and the loser will advance to the 5-8th place qualifying round.
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