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26/07/2018
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Mongolia and China on top as FIBA 3x3 U23 Nations League stops in Utsunomiya

UTSUNOMIYA (FIBA 3x3 U23 Nations League) - Mongolia lead the men's category and China the women's at the 3x3 U23 Nations League Asian Conference before stops 3 & 4 in Utsunomiya, Japan on July 28-29.

Afte the first two stops held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, the Mongolian team top the men's category of the Asian & African conference of the U23 Nations League with 50 points of advantage over China after winning the 2 first stages of the competition. The Mongolians defeated China in both tournaments, 1st in the final and then in the semi-finals. Indonesia reach the final in the 2nd stop.

Standings:
1. Mongolia - 200 points
2. China - 150 points
3. Indonesia - 140 points
4. Mongolia U18 - 120 points
5. Uganda - 105 points
6. Sri Lanka - 95 points

Top Scorers:
1. Munkh-Orgil Purevsuren (Mongolia) 67 points
2. Enkhbataar Onolbaatar (Mongolia) 66 points
3. Huai Jiang (China) 54 points
4. Erick Jonathan Gosal (Indonesia) 41 points
5. Mingyuan Ma (China) 35 points

In the women's category, nobody could stop China from winning both the 1st and 2nd stops of the competition. They defeated Indonesia & Uganda in the finals with a comfortable lead of 12 and 10 points respectively. 

Standings:
1. China - 200 points
2. Mongolia - 140 points
3. Indonesia - 140 points
4.  Uganda - 130 points
5. Sri Lanka - 110 points
6. Mongolia U18 - 90 points

Top Scorers:

1. An Jing (China) 75 points
2. Song Kexin (China) 37 points
3. Minjin Ganbat (Mongolia) 34 points
4. Jane Asinde (Uganda) 30 points
-   Yingzhu Wang (China) 30 points

There will be a total of 6 stops in the Asian & African Conference this season (last 2 stops in Cyberjaya, Malaysia). The top 3 teams from each conference qualify for the U23 Nations League Final, which will be played in Hyderabad (India) on September 22-23.

Stops 3 and 4 of the European Conference will be lcivestreamed on youtube.com/FIBA3x3.

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