Basketball at the 2003 Southeast Asian Games

Basketball at the 2003 Southeast Asian Games was held from 7 to 13 December 2003 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This edition featured both tournaments for men's and women's team. All matches were held in Army Sports Gymnasium.[1]

14th SEA Games Basketball Tournament
Ho Chi Minh City 2003
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Tournament details
SEA Games2003 Southeast Asian Games
Host nationVietnam
CityHo Chi Minh City
VenueArmy Sports Gymnasium
Duration6–13 December 2003
Men's tournament
Teams6
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Philippines
2 Silver medalists Thailand
3 Bronze medalists  Malaysia
Women's tournament
Teams6
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Malaysia
2 Silver medalists Singapore
3 Bronze medalists  Philippines
Tournaments
← Kuala Lumpur 2001  Nakhon Ratchasima 2007 →

The Philippines swept all of their assignments en route to their 13th overall men's title and seventh consecutive since the 1991 Games, while Malaysia, although they lost their final game against Thailand on the final day of the tournament, still managed to annex their third straight women's title since the 1997 edition, and their 10th title overall.[2]

This edition features six countries and both the men's and women's division were well represented at the Games.

Men's tournamentEdit

Participating nationsEdit

ResultsEdit

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
  Philippines 10 5 0 464 289 +175
  Thailand 9 4 1 397 370 +27
  Malaysia 8 3 2 323 268 +55
  Singapore 7 2 3 333 380 –47
  Indonesia 6 1 4 366 361 +5
  Vietnam 5 0 5 300 486 –186
6 December 2003
Singapore   68–64   Indonesia
6 December 2003
Vietnam   56–98   Malaysia
7 December 2003
Malaysia   79–68   Indonesia
7 December 2003
20:30
Philippines   85–49   Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 28–18, 21–11, 24–6, 12–14
Pts: de Ocampo 18 Pts: Chintanasid 16
8 December 2003
Indonesia   91–62   Vietnam
8 December 2003
Thailand   89–67   Singapore
9 December 2003
16:30
Vietnam   53–117   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 12–34, 8–32, 17–27, 16–24
Pts: To 15 Pts: Yap, Sotto 17
9 December 2003
Singapore   65–72   Malaysia
10 December 2003
16:30
Philippines   97–56   Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 25–9, 31–9, 24–23, 17–15
Pts: de Ocampo 17 Pts: Koh M.K. 29
10 December 2003
20:30
Thailand   77–73   Indonesia
11 December 2003
16:30
Indonesia   70–75   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 17–23, 9–26, 24–15
Pts: Wuysang 29 Pts: Yap 22
11 December 2003
Malaysia   74–79   Thailand
12 December 2003
Vietnam   58–77   Singapore
13 December 2003
11:00
Philippines   90–61   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 26–8, 19–18, 31–9, 14–26
Pts: Yap 22
13 December 2003
Thailand   103–71   Vietnam

Women's tournamentEdit

Participating nationsEdit

ResultsEdit

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD Head-to-head
  Malaysia 9 4 1 405 290 +115 1–0
  Singapore 9 4 1 335 288 +47 0–1
  Philippines 8 3 2 314 288 +26 1–0
  Thailand 8 3 2 367 335 +32 0–1
  Indonesia 6 1 4 283 365 –82
  Vietnam 5 0 5 290 428 –138
6 December 2003
Indonesia   44–70   Singapore
7 December 2003
Malaysia   93–45   Vietnam
7 December 2003
18:30
Philippines   84–82   Thailand
December 2003
Vietnam   75–83   Indonesia
9 December 2003
14:30
Malaysia   65–54   Philippines
10 December 2003
14:30
Philippines   81–50   Vietnam
Scoring by quarter: 22–16, 24–6, 19–11, 16–17
Pts: Enriquez 15
10 December 2003
18:30
Singapore   65–83   Malaysia
11 December 2003
14:30
Philippines   55–47   Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 9–12, 14–15, 13–12
Pts: Vega 14
December 2003
Vietnam   55–85   Thailand
December 2003
Vietnam   65–86   Singapore
13 December 2003
09:00
Singapore   44–40   Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 9–10, 6–9, 13–11, 16–10
13 December 2003
13:00
Thailand   74–69   Malaysia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Basketball at the 22nd Southeast Asian Games 2003". Archived from the original on April 6, 2004. Retrieved 23 May 2015.
  2. ^ "RP dribblers stretch SEAG reign". Google News Archive. 14 December 2003. p. 25. Retrieved 23 November 2015.
Preceded by
2001
Basketball at the Southeast Asian Games
2003 Southeast Asian Games
Succeeded by
(not held on 2005)
2007