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Complete list of Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 winners

Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 boys

Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 boys

The fourth and final day of Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 in Tokyo, Japan concluded in thrilling fashion as the 64 campers from 18 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific competed in playoffs and championship games, a 3-point contest and a pair of All-Star games. The camp got underway in the morning with playoffs games to determine the championship games matchup.

On the girls side, the New York Liberty and the Los Angeles Sparks faced off in the championship game with the Liberty coming away with a 33-18 win. The boys championship game then followed with the Orlando Magic defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves 22–16.

Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 girls

Basketball Without Borders Asia 2019 girls

Upon the conclusion of the championship games, the boys and girls competed in the 3-point competition finals. Finally, the two boys and two girls All-Star teams were announced.

The 11th BWB Asia camp wrapped up with the awards ceremony on August 17, 2019. Here is a complete list of All-Star rosters and awards winners:

GIRLS ALL-STAR TEAM

BOYS ALL-STAR TEAM

East

Player Country Player

Country

Siya Deodhar India Mustafa Rashed Bahrain
Aika Hirashita Japan Atsuya Ogawa Japan
Jayzelee Waihi New Zealand Harold Alarcon Philippines
Georgia Woolley Australia Clifton Bush III New Zealand
Ruby-Belle Macdonald Australia Alexander Frederick Zanbaka Lebanon
Jiyeong Moon South Korea Kyutae Lee South Korea
Jazzmyne Kailahi-Fulu New Zealand Daniel Rogers Australia
  Amaan Sandhu India

West

Player

Country Player

Country

Florence Jil Talas Philippines Hendrick Xavi Yonga Indonesia
Maho Hayashi Japan Kaine Roberts Japan
Emilia Shearer New Zealand Enkhiin-Od “Michael” Sharavjamts Mongolia
Harsimran Kaur India Joshua Rafael Lazaro Philippines
Miyu Ogita Japan Patrick Ryan Australia
Isabelle Morgan Australia Haomiao Sun China
Emily Sewell Australia Jun Seok Yeo South Korea
  Lewis Rowe Australia

Award

Winner

Country

Boys Grit Award Kaine Roberts Japan
Girls Grit Award Emilia Shearer New Zealand
Boys 3-Point Champion Mustafa Rashed Bahrain
Girls 3-Point Champion Miyu Ogita Japan
Boys All-Star Game MVP Harold Alarcon Philippines
Girls All-Star Game MVP Maho Hayashi Japan
Boys Camp MVP Junseok Yeo South Korea
Girls Camp MVP Georgia Woolley Australia

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