Indonesia national basketball team
The Indonesia men's national basketball team represents the Republic of Indonesia in international basketball competitions. The governing body of the team is the Persatuan Bola Basket Seluruh Indonesia (Indonesian Basketball Association – PERBASI).
|FIBA ranking||88 3 (16 September 2019)|
|FIBA zone||FIBA Asia|
|National federation||Indonesian Basketball Association|
|FIBA World Cup|
|South East Asian Championship|
|Medals|| Gold: 1996|
Silver: 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2017
Its biggest success was the gold medal at the 1996 South East Asian Championship.
Team Indonesia is one of the major teams in Southeast Asia. The team finished among the top-four teams in Asia at the 1967 Asian Basketball Championship. At the 1996 Southeast Asian Basketball Championship, Indonesia was the dominant country and won the gold medal.
Indonesia participated at the 2009 FIBA Asia Championship as well, which was held 6–16 August 2009, in Tianjin, China. They were able to qualify for the said tournament by placing second in the 2009 SEABA Championship held from 6–9 June 2009.
The team finished 15th out of 16 competing teams at the FIBA Asia Championship, where only the top-3 qualified for the World Basketball Championships. For these events, the head coach of the team was Rastafari Horongbala.
At the FIBA Asia Championship 2009, Indonesia finished 15th, leaving behind Sri Lanka. On individual performances, Kelly Purwanto and Isman Thoyib finished among the tournament's top performers. Purwanto finished in the top ten in steals per game, Thoyib finished in the top ten in blocks per game. Indonesian basketball-icon Mario Wuysang was not able to represent his country at that event due scheduling conflicts. (the final four of the Indonesian IBL was scheduled about the same time with this Asia Championship).
Indonesia will co-host the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup along with Philippines and Japan. There, they will also make their FIBA Basketball World Cup debut.
- 1 History
- 2 Kit
- 3 Competitive records
- 4 Coaching staff
- 5 Indonesia Patriots (IBL 2020)
- 6 Current roster
- 7 Past rosters
- 8 2017 Southeast Asian Games
- 9 Naturalized Players
- 10 Head coach position
- 11 See also
- 12 References
- 13 External links
In the 1930s, even though it had not officially become an independent country, several cities in Indonesia already had local basketball clubs. And after the proclamation of independence, 17 August 1945, basketball games began to be widely known in the cities that became the basis of struggle such as Yogyakarta and Solo. The basketball game was played for the first time at the national level, in 1948 in Solo at the National Sports Week I (PON I). Although this organization does not yet have a national sports master, it can get a quite lively welcome, both in terms of viewers and from the participants themselves.
Then three years after that, on 23 October 1951, Indonesian basketball association was formed and named Persatuan Basketball Seluruh Indonesia, and later in 1955, due to the improvement of the name in accordance with Indonesian rules, the basket basket was renamed Persatuan Bola Basket Seluruh Indonesia (PERBASI). Perbasi was later accepted as a member of FIBA in 1953, and a year later, for the first time Indonesia sent a team to compete in the Asian Games in Manila at that time.
2015-Now: Hype Clothes
2016: Hi-Test 
yet to qualify
FIBA Basketball World CupEdit
|FIBA World Cup Record|
|1950||Did not qualify|
|/ / 2023||Qualified as co-hosts|
FIBA Asia CupEdit
Islamic Solidarity GamesEdit
Southeast Asian GamesEdit
|Manager||Maulana Fareza Tamrella|
|Head Coach||Rajko Toroman|
|Assistant Coach||Wahyu Widayat Jati|
|Assistant Coach||Johannis Winar|
|Assistant Coach||Youbel Sondakh|
Indonesia Patriots (IBL 2020)Edit
|C||Laurentius Steven Oei||24||1.94 m|
|PG||Hardianus Lakudu||27||1.78 m|
|PG||Andakara Prastawa||27||1.78 m|
|C||Vincent Rivaldi Kosasih||23||2.03 m|
|G||Mei Joni||30||1.88 m|
|F||Arki Dikania Wisnu||31||1.87 m|
|G/F||Brandon Jawato||26||1.93 m|
|C||Lester Prosper (NP)||31||2.11 m|
|G||Abraham Damar Grahita||24||1.78 m|
|F||Muhammad Hardian Wicaksono||26||1.90 m|
|F||Kaleb Ramot Gemilang||28||1.83 m|
|F||Kevin Sitorus||25||1.98 m|
2019 Southeast Asian GamesEdit
Roster at 2019 SEA Games
|Indonesia National Basketball Team roster|
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2|
|C||Lester Prosper||Laurentius Steven Oei||Vincent Rivaldi Kosasih|
|PF||Kevin Yonas Sitorus||Brandon Jawato|
|SF||Arki Wisnu||Kaleb Ramot Gemilang||Hardian Wicaksono|
|SG||Abraham Damar Grahita||Mei Joni|
|PG||Andakara Prastawa||Hardianus Lakudu|
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|Name||Club||Pos||Country of Birth||Years in National Team|
|Ebrahim Enguio Lopez||CLS Knights Indonesia (ABL)||SG||Philippines||2015–2018|
|Jamarr Johnson||Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta||SF||USA||2017–2019|
|Anthony Ray Hargrove Jr||Free Agent||PF||USA||2016–2017|
|Anthony Wayne Carter Jr||Free Agent||PG||USA||2016|
|Brandon jawato||CLS Knights Indonesia (ABL)||PG/SF||USA||2019-|
|Lester Prosper||Free Agent||C||USA||2019-|
Head coach positionEdit
|Rastafari Horongbala||2009–2011||2011 SEA Games||Bronze Medal|
|2011 FIBA Asia Championship||13th Place|
|Tjetjep Firmansyah||2013||2013 SEA Games||5th Place|
|Rastafari Horongbala||2014||2014 FIBA Asia Cup||9th Place|
|Fictor Roring||2014–2015||2015 SEA Games||Silver Medal|
|Antonius Ferry Rinaldo||2015–2016||2015 SEABA Championship||4th Place|
|2016 SEABA Cup||5th Place|
|Wahyu Widayat Jati||2016–2017||2017 Southeast Asian Games||Silver Medal|
|Fictor Roring||2017–2019||2018 Pre-Asian Games||Gold Medal|
|2018 Asian Games||Quarter-finals|
|2021 FIBA Asia Cup qualification (SEABA)||Gold Medal|
|2018 William Jones Cup||9th Place|
|Wahyu Widayat Jati||2019||2019 William Jones Cup||9th Place|
|Rajko Toroman||2019–||2019 Southeast Asian Games||4th place|
William Jones Cup 2019 RosterEdit
|PG||Arif Hidayat||27||1.77 m||CLS Knights Indonesia (ABL)|
|G/F||Juan Laurent Kokodiputra||23||1.94 m||Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta|
|PG||Wendha Wijaya||36||1.80 m||NSH Jakarta|
|PG||Hardianus Lakudu (IN)||27||1.78 m||Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta|
|SF||Arki Dikania Wisnu||31||1.88 m||Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta|
|SG||Mei Joni||30||1.88 m||Stapac Jakarta|
|SF||Kaleb Ramot Gemilang||28||1.84 m||Stapac Jakarta|
|F||David Liberty Nuban||21||1.88 m||Satya Wacana Salatiga|
|C||Kelvin Sanjaya||18||2.00 m||Pelita Harapan University (LIMA)|
|G/F||Indra Muhammad||25||1.90 m||Pacific Caesar Surabaya|
|SG||Muhammad Arighi||20||1.83 m||Pelita Harapan University (LIMA)|
|PG||Widhyanta Putra Tedja||22||1.80 m||Stapac Jakarta|
|F||M. Reza F. Guntara||23||1.93 m||Prawira Bandung|
|F||M. Rizal Falconi||26||1.97 m||Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta|
|F||M. Hardian Wicaksono||26||1.90 m||Pacific Caesar Surabaya|
|F||Yanuar Dwi Priasmoro||30||1.90 m||Bima Perkasa Jogja|
|F/C||Derrick Michael Xzaverio||16||2.01 m||PPOP Ragunan|
- "FIBA Ranking Presented by Nike". FIBA. 16 September 2019. Retrieved 16 September 2019.
- FIBA National Federations – Indonesia, fiba.com, accessed 4 September 2010.
- "SEABA: Pilipinas repeat, defeats Indonesia 98-68". interbasket.net. 9 June 2009.
- "INA / SRI – Indonesia avoid wooden spoon". fiba.com.
- FIBA Team Home Page – Indonesia, fiba.com, accessed 5 December 2010.
- "FIBA.com: 2009 FIBA Asia Championship for Men". fiba.com. Archived from the original on 2 September 2011. Retrieved 24 September 2010.
- "FIBA.com: 2009 FIBA Asia Championship for Men Top players". fiba.com.
- Indonesia vs. Malaysia | May 24, 2016 | 5th SEABA Stankovic Cup 2016 THAILAND (ENG), Youtube.com, Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- SEABA Men Championship 2017, FIBA.COM. Retrieved 2 July 2017.
- Indonesia Basketball Records at FIBA Archive
- Asia-basket - Indonesia Men National Team
- Indonesian Basketball Association "PERBASI" Official Website