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40 rows · The FIBA Asia Champions Cup, previously known as the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) Champions Cup until 2002, is the Asian club championship for professional basketball.It is organised by FIBA Asia, and takes place once a year (since 1995).. FIBA has in the past announced plans to expand the FIBA Intercontinental Cup to possibly include the champion teams from the FIBA Country: FIBA Asia member associations. The FIBA Asia Cup (formerly FIBA Asia Championship) is an international basketball tournament which takes place every four years between men's national teams of Asia and Oceania.This was the Asian qualifying tournament for the FIBA Basketball World Cup and the Olympic basketball tournament.The 20were the last Asian Championships to serve as qualifiers to the FIBA Basketball World Inaugural season: 1960.

The official website of FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, and the governing body of Basketball. FIBA organises the most famous and prestigious international basketball competitions including the FIBA Basketball World Cup, the FIBA World Championship for Women and the FIBA 3x3 World Tour. The website features live and on demand videos, basketball news, over 70,00 players Mail: [email protected] Atlas Ferzol (LBL) added to their roster 31-year old American center DeAngelo Riley (206-88, college: Azusa Pacific). He played last season at Team 901 (The Basketball Tournament) in the U.S. Three years ago (four years after he left the college) Riley was drafted by Iowa Energy (D .

The ABA Club Championship was an Asian basketball tournament for professional clubs, organised by the Asian Basketball Association (ABA) under Dr. Carl Men Ky Ching. The ABA is not to be confused with FIBA Asia which Dr. Ching had also once presided. The tournament was first held in 1992. It was named Asian Basketball Super League from 1999 to 2001, and came to a climax in 2000.Americas: FIBA Americas – FIBA AmeriCup, U-18, U-16, . The Saudi Al Ittihad has won its first ever Arab Club Championship at the expense of the Egyptian Gezira 87-79 in front of capacity crowds estimated at more than 5000 spectators. Although Al Ittihad had won 4 GCC titles and became Asian champions in 2001, this is their first pan-Arab title.