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AsiaScope provides a first hand, and an in-depth perspective, on the prospects, fortunes and factors affecting basketball the culturally vivid and varied zone of the FIBA family that is FIBA Asia. With long years of experience in covering the sport Mageshwaran - a permanent visitor to all FIBA Asia events in recent times - brings his objective and sharp analyses into issues that make basketball a truly global sport.

 

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Mageshwaran-Column 18/06/2014 Results as an index to judge progress - right or wrong? KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - Can results in an international competition act as an index to gauge the progress chart of a team? Is it in fact the right, or the only, parameter to judge a  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 11/06/2014 Guo Ailun's return couldn't have come at a more appropriate time KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - China coach Gong Luming was more than impressive in his focus this past week, in the manner he rotated his playing roster during the 2014 Sino-Australian  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 04/06/2014 When coaches come calling, it's normally the right call! KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - Chinese basketball is going through a rather unusual, but altogether welcome, phenomenon these days. The coaches of the national teams - both men's and women's  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 28/05/2014 'Re' time? 'Pre' time? Tough call! KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - Under ordinary circumstances, at the end of an arduous and long-drawn domestic season it would be normal for the players and coaches to head into holiday mood.  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 14/05/2014 Welcome back Lebanon! Make the return count! KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - FIBA fan-base regrew larger by a couple of millions last week with the return of Lebanon into the FIBA family. Much as I'd prefer to desist making a critique  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 07/05/2014 Ha! Time for the Korean giant to pull his height! KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - Korea coach Yoo Jae-Hak’s decision to include giant center Ha Seung-Jin in the training roster for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup to be played in Spain  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 30/04/2014 Time to see and sort out the support cast for Iran KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran's AsiaScope) - Iran coach Memi Becirovic must be an excited man these days. Much as he has his hands full in putting together a 'fool-proof' plan in the preparations of the  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 23/04/2014 Total trust in treatment the key for Toroman tonic to work KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran’s AsiaScope) - Jordan made the headlines recently roping in the legendary Rajko Toroman as the coach of their national team. Given the rich and proven credentials of the  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 16/04/2014 Return of Zob is just what 'Dr. Memi' would have ordered for Spain sojourn KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran’s AsiaScope) - There are far more significant connotations attached to Zob Ahan’s entry into the semifinals of the ongoing 2014 Iran Super League than the Isfahan club  more »
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Mageshwaran-Column 26/03/2014 The 'next best thing' in Japan is indeed making progress KUALA LUMPUR (Mageshwaran’s AsiaScope) - Yuta Watanabe has been the 'next best thing' to happen in Japanese basketball for a while now. In fact, Japanese men's basketball itself has been waiting for  more »
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