1981 Asian Basketball Club Championship

1981 Asian Basketball Club Championship

The Asian Basketball Club Championship 1981 was the 1st staging of the Asian Basketball Club Championship, the basketball club tournament of Asian Basketball Confederation. The tournament was held in Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hong Kong between March 28, 1981 and April 5.

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