Saturday, July 30, 2011

2011 Jones Cup rosters, schedule download

For those who want to download complete rosters and schedule of the 2011 William Jones Cup Invitational Tournament, please visit this link:

2011 William Jones Cup women's competition rosters

2011 Jones Cup

2011 William Jones Cup men's competition rosters

2011 Jones Cup

Friday, July 22, 2011

Official website of 2011 William Jones Cup

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The official website of the 2011 William Jones Cup invitational tournament has been launched at

AS USUAL, it's only in mandarin Chinese.

World U19 Women's: Taiwan opens with win over Slovenia


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Puerto Varas (2011 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women) - While some may have thought Chinese Taipei were in Chile to make up the numbers, they have shown they mean business on night one of the FIBA U19 World Championship for Women.

The FIBA U18 Asia Championship bronze medallists squarely put one foot in the Eight Finals with a superb 83-73 victory over the more fancied Slovenia in Puerto Varas.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Taiwan's 18-man roster for 2011 William Jones Cup

Taiwan released its final 18-man roster for the 2011 William Jones Cup invitational tournament Tuesday.

All core players, including four players spending last season overseas, except 202cm forward Tien Lei are on the final roster.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Knee injury kept Jeremy Lin from Wuhan

Taiwan will not recruit Golden State Warriors guard Jeremy Lin for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship in Wuhan, China due to Lin's knee injury, Chinese Taipei Basketball Association (CTBA) President Ting Shou-chung said Friday.

2011 William Jones Cup schedule released

The Chinese Taipei Basketball Association (CTBA) released the men's and women's competition schedules for the 2011 William Jones Cup invitational tournament.

A total of nine teams entered the men's competition, which will be held from Aug. 6-14 at Sinjhuang Stadium, New Taipei City, and there will be five teams in the women's tourney, which will be played at Taipei Gymnasium from July 31-Aug. 4.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Taiwan in tough group in FIBA Asia Championship


Taiwan was placed in the tough group B with two-time defending champion Iran, Gulf power Qatar and a Middle Asia team which could be Kazakhstan after FIBA Asia completed the draw for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship.

World U19: Taiwan finishes 14th place in Latvia

Taiwan was routed by China 91-48 in its final game in the FIBA U19 World Championship for Men in Latvia and finished with 14th place in its first trip to the junior worlds in 24 years.

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Taiwan NT and Daniel Bolick

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Taiwan NT opened the second phase of its training camp for the preparation of the FIBA Asia Championship for Men Monday in Taipei with Taiwanese-American Daniel Bolick became the latest -- and surprising -- addition to the 24-man squad.

World U19: Taiwan beats Tunisia in classifications

Chen Ying-chun scored 24 points and Yu Chun-an added 19 as Taiwan defeated Tunisia 70-59 in the classification round (13-16 place) of the FIBA U19 World Championship for Men in Latvia.

Taiwan will meet China Wednesday to vie for the 13th place finish.

Sunday, July 03, 2011

World U19: Taiwan routed by Australia


Taiwan U19 NT was routed by Australia 93-65 in the third and last preliminary game in the FIBA U19 World Championship for Men Sunday in Valmeira, Latvia.

Taiwan lost all three games in the preliminary round to finish last in Group B. It is scheduled to meet Tunisia tomorrow in the classification games for 13th-16th place.

Saturday, July 02, 2011

World U19: Taiwan loses to Argentina, drops two straight


Taiwan U19 NT suffered the second straight loss in less than 24 hours after an 80-69 defeat to the taller and stronger Argentina in its second game in the preliminary round of the FIBA U19 Championship for Men in the Latvian city of Valmiera Saturday.

Friday, July 01, 2011

World U19: Taiwan falls to host Latvia


Latvia's height was too much for Taiwan NT to overcome. Taiwan fell to the home team Latvia 85-67 early Friday morning Taiwan Time in its opening game of the FIBA U19 World Championship for Men at Valmiera, Latvia.

Taiwan, which returned to the World Championship after 24 years, only trailed by nine points at the half, 42-33, but was not able to challenge Latvia in the second half. As the smallest team in the 16-team tournament, Taiwan was outrebounded by Latvia 57-17.

Huang Wan-lung's interview with

Huang Wan-lung

It seemed to me that Huang intentionally omitted Hu Lung-mao and Chen Ying-chun when he was asked to name notable players on the team, haha.