Chinas Competition History in Mens Basketball World Cup: Wang Shipeng, the Top 8 in 1994

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 Chinas Competition History in Mens Basketball World Cup: Wang Shipeng, the Top 8 in 1994


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Chinese mens basketball team first participated in the mens basketball world championship in 1978, and then attended the world championships in 1982, 1986, 1990 and 1994. In 1997, China lost to Korea and only won the third place, but failed to win the 1998 World Basketball championship. After that, Chinese team competed in three World Championships in 2002, 2006 and 2010. In the first Mens Basketball World Cup after its renaming in 2014, China did not qualify for the competition. In addition to the current mens basketball World Cup, China has made its ninth trip.

After Wang Shipeng killed Slovenia, he embraced and celebrated

Best record: 4 wins in 1986

In the previous World Championships of the Mens Basketball World Cup, Chinas best record was the top 8 in 1994. At that time, the Chinese mens basketball team defeated Brazil and Spain in the group matches, and successfully qualified for the top 8. Coach Jiang Xingquan and the main players such as Hu Weidong, Sun Jun and Zheng Wu are respected as the 94 Golden Generation.

In addition, in the 1986 World Mens Basketball Championship, although China won only the ninth place, it won four victories, which were the highest in all previous competitions. It defeated Puerto Rico, Czech Republic, Cuba and Greece respectively, and lost by only one point to the Federal Republic of Germany. This World Championship has 24 teams participating, and the mens basketball teams record of winning the ninth is also considered to be the highest gold content.

Its hard to forget that Zhang Weiping won the second Wang Shipengs miraculous killing.

When China first participated in the mens basketball world championship in 1978, Zhang Weiping, the teams main power forward, shined with stars despite their average record. He scored 177 points in the tournament, averaging 25.3 points per game, ranking second in the scoring list. Height 1.93 meters, he is skilled in technical movements, solid footsteps inside the line, known as magician under the basket.

In the 2006 World Mens Basketball Championship, the Chinese team gathered three super interior lines, Yao Ming, Wang Zhizhi and Yi Jianlian for the first time, but faced the danger of losing the group match after losing to Puerto Rico. In the final battle against Slovenia, a strong European team, the Chinese team ran from the back to the front from Wang Shipeng, scored a three-point whistle in the race, and won the opponent by one point. It was magical that the Chinese team was qualified for the teams exit.

Chinas team has participated in all previous mens basketball world championships:

The eighth session in 1978, 2-5, 11th (Philippines-Manila)

Coach: Qian Chenghai

Team members: Zhang Weiping, Wang Deli, Liu Jizeng, Chen Kai, Wang Zhongming, Wang Zongxing, He Juhua, Kuang Lubin, Zhang Mingshu, Huang Banjie, Mu Tiezhu, Xing Weining

Group tournament: 97-154 Brazil 104-107 Puerto Rico 95-125 Italy

Rerun: 102-90 Korea 95-118 Czechoslovakia 79-89 Senegal 115-112 Dominica

Ninth session 1982, 1-6, 12th (penultimate) (Colombia-Cali)

Coach: Qian Chenghai

Team members: Han Pengshan, Lu Jinqing, Huang Yunlong, Feng Wei, Kuang Lubin, Li Qiuping, Li Yaguang, Sun Fengwu, Wang Libin, Xu Xiaoliang, Ji Zhaoguang, Wang Zhongxing

Group Match: 73-96 US 78-108 Spain 92-121 Panama

Final: 79-93 Brazil 88-111 Czechoslovakia 91-77 Ivory Coast 56-72 Uruguay

1986 Tenth Session, 4-6, 9th (Spain-Madrid)

Coach: Qian Chenghai

Team members: Gong Luming, Sun Fengwu, Li Yaguang, Zhang Yongjun, Sha Guoli, Song Tao, Li Feng, Huang Yunlong, Wang Fei, Wang Libin, Zhang Bin, Xu Xiaoliang

Group Match: 87-98 Italy 81-107 US 98-84 Puerto Rico 84-72 Ivory Coast 80-81 Federal Republic of Germany

Final: 82-106 Yugoslavia 80-97 Argentina 81-95 Canada

Qualification: 93-78 Cuba 112-111 Greece

Eleventh session, 1990, 2-6, 14th (Argentina-Buenos Aires)

Coach: Wang Changyou

Team members: Gong Luming, Li Chunjiang, Wang Zhidan, Zhang Bin, Wang Fei, Song Ligang, Zhang Degui, Sun Fengwu, Ma Jian, Zhang Yongjun, Shantao, Gong Xiaobin

Group Match: 85-106 Australia 95-138 Brazil 76-115 Italy

Final: 96-100 Venezuela 86-130 Spain 95-87 Egypt 122-100 Korea 96-112 Angola

Twelfth session 1994, 2-6, 8th (Canada-Toronto)

Coach: Jiang Xingquan

Team members: Ji Minshan, Liu Daqing, A Dijiang, Sun Jun, Liu Yudong, Zhengwu, Wu Qinglong, Wu Naiqun, Shantao, Gong Xiaobin, Hu Weidong, Zhang Jinsong

Group Match: 97-93 Brazil 77-132 USA 78-76 Spain

Final: 73-105 Croatia 61-77 Greece 58-90 Canada

Qualification: 57-92 Australia 76-104 Canada

In the 14th session of 2002, 1-7, 12th (USA-Indianapolis)

Coach: Wang Fei

Team members: Liu Wei, Gong Xiaobin, Hu Weidong, Li Nan, Guo Shiqiang, Liu Yudong, Bartel, Yao Ming, Zhang Cheng, Zhu Fangyu, Du Feng and Chen Ke

Group match: 76-88 Germany 96-82 Algeria 65-84 United States

71-95 Argentina 68-95 Russia 88-94 New Zealand

Qualification: 86-94 Turkey 84-96 Angola

In the fifteenth session of 2006, 2 wins and 4 loses, 15th place (Japan)

Coach: Yunus

Team members: Chen Jianghua, Liu Wei, Zhang Qingpeng, Wang Shipeng, Zhu Fangyu, Sun Yue, Zhang Songtao, Yi Jianlian, Moco, Yao Ming, Wang Zhizhi and Du Feng

Group tournament: 69-84 Italy 90-121 US 87-90 Puerto Rico 100-83 Senegal 78-77 Slovenia 1/8 Final: 64-95 Greece 16th 2010, 1 win and 5 lose, 16 (Turkey) coach: Bob Dunhuade team members: Yi Jianlian, Wang Zhizhi, Sun Yue, Wang Shipeng, Liu Wei, Ding Jinhui, Zhou Peng, Yu Fenglong, Guo Allen, Zhang Zhaoxu, Su Wei, Jin Lipeng group tournament 81-89 Greece 83-73 Ivory Coast 76-84 Puerto Rico 80-89 Russia 40-87 Turkey 1/8 Final: 67-78 Lithuania Source: Netease Sports Author: Ayong Responsible Editor: Zhao Huanyu_NBJ10043

Group match: 69-84 Italy 90-121 US 87-90 Puerto Rico 100-83 Senegal 78-77 Slovenia

1/8 Final: 64-95 Greece

In the 16th session of 2010, 1-5, 16th (Turkey)

Coach: Bob Dunhard

Team members: Yi Jianlian, Wang Zhizhi, Sun Yue, Wang Shipeng, Liu Wei, Ding Jinhui, Zhou Peng, Yu Shulong, Guo Allen, Zhang Zhaoxu, Su Wei and Jin Lipeng

Group match: 81-89 Greece 83-73 Ivory Coast 76-84 Puerto Rico 80-89 Russia 40-87 Turkey

1/8 Final: 67-78 Lithuania