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The FIBA Asia Championship 2009 qualification was held in early 2009 with the Gulf region, West Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Middle Asia (Central Asia and South Asia) each conducting tournaments.

In addition to the qualifying tournaments, all participants from the FIBA Asia Stanković Cup 2008 and the host country (China) automatically qualified.

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Format

  • The top 2 teams advance; top team declared as regional champion.
  • A win counts as 2 points, a loss is one point, except for loss by forfeiture which is 0 points.
  • Ties are broken as follows:
    • The results of the games between the tied teams.
    • The goal average between the tied teams.
    • The goal average of the tied teams for all competing teams.

Qualified teams

Qualified from Stankovic Cup
Qualified as hosts
Qualified from qualifiers
East Asia Gulf Middle Asia Southeast Asia West Asia
 China  Kuwait  Kazakhstan  Philippines  Jordan
 Korea  Qatar  India  Indonesia  Iran
 Japan  UAE  Sri Lanka  Lebanon
 Bahrain  Uzbekistan
  •  Chinese Taipei, which finished fourth behind Korea, Japan and China in the East Asian qualifiers, was given a wild card entry into the championship following the withdrawal of Gulf representatives Bahrain.

East Asia

Qualified to the semifinals

The East Asia Basketball Championship for Men 2009 is the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Championship 2009. It also serves as a regional championship involving East Asian basketball teams. the two best teams excluding China qualifies for FIBA Asia Championship 2009.

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Group A

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Korea 2 2 0 162 133 +29 4
 China 2 1 1 161 134 +27 3
 Hong Kong 2 0 2 135 191 −56 2
June 10 Hong Kong  64–99  China    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki
June 11 China  62–70  Korea    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki
June 12 Korea  92–71  Hong Kong    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki

Group B

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 2 2 0 187 131 +56 4
 Chinese Taipei 2 1 1 165 137 +28 3
 Mongolia 2 0 2 124 208 −84 2
June 10 Chinese Taipei  66–78  Japan    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki
June 11 Japan  109–65  Mongolia    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki
June 12 Mongolia  59–99  Chinese Taipei    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki

Classification match

June 13 5th-6th Hong Kong  92–73  Mongolia    Park Arena Komaki, Komaki

Championship

Note: Italicized teams qualify for the Asian Championship.
  Semifinals Final
June 13 - Komaki
  Korea  86  
  Chinese Taipei  71  
 
June 14 - Komaki
      Korea  68
    Japan  58
Third place
June 13 - Komaki June 14 - Komaki
  Japan  68   Chinese Taipei  90
  China  63     China  107

Gulf

The 19th Gulf Cup was held in Oman. Aside from Qatar and Kuwait which already qualified via the Asia Stankovic Cup, the UAE and Bahrain qualified to the Asia Championship.

Pre-Qualified
Qualified to the Asian Championships
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Qatar 4 4 0 299 237 +62 8
 Kuwait 4 3 1 282 255 +27 7
 United Arab Emirates 4 2 2 327 270 +47 6
 Bahrain 4 1 3 320 276 +44 5
 Oman 4 0 4 214 394 −180 4
January 3 Bahrain  67–75  Kuwait    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 3 Qatar  82–80  United Arab Emirates    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 5 Qatar  60–44  Kuwait    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 5 United Arab Emirates  102–53  Oman    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 7 Oman  52–110  Bahrain    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 7 Kuwait  68–66  United Arab Emirates    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 9 Bahrain  66–70  Qatar    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 9 Kuwait  95–62  Oman    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 11 Oman  47–87  Qatar    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat
January 11 United Arab Emirates  79–77  Bahrain    Nizwa Sports Complex, Muscat

Middle Asia

Since only 2 teams registered, they automatically qualified.

Southeast Asia

A tournament was held to determine Southeast Asia's two representatives to the FIBA Asia Championship. The qualifying tournament also served as the zonal championship, which held in Medan, Indonesia from June 6 to 9. At the conclusion of the tournament, the Philippines and Indonesia qualified to the Asia Championship.

Preliminary round

The top two team plays for the championship and qualifies for the Asian Championships.

Qualified to the final, and the Asian Championships
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Philippines 3 3 0 320 206 +114 6
 Indonesia 3 2 1 217 235 −18 5
 Malaysia 3 1 2 222 244 −22 4
 Singapore 3 0 3 204 278 −74 3
June 6 Malaysia  73–100  Philippines    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan
June 6 Singapore  65–79  Indonesia    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan
June 7 Singapore  70–82  Malaysia    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan
June 7 Philippines  103–64  Indonesia    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan
June 8 Singapore  69–117  Philippines    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan
June 8 Malaysia  67–74  Indonesia    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan

Final

June 9 Philippines  98–68  Indonesia    Angkasapura Lanud Hall, Medan

West Asia

Since only 2 teams registered for 2009 WABA Championship, they automatically qualified.

Did not take part

East Asia

  •  DPR Korea
  •  Macau

Gulf

  •  Saudi Arabia

Middle Asia

  •  Afghanistan
  •  Bangladesh
  •  Bhutan
  •  Kyrgyzstan
  •  Maldives
  •  Nepal
  •  Pakistan
  •  Tajikistan
  •  Turkmenistan

Southeast Asia

  •  Brunei
  •  Cambodia
  •  Laos
  •  Myanmar
  •  Thailand
  •  Vietnam

West Asia

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