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Day: 4 (Preliminary Round) - Sep 2, 2010


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Group A
Serbia - Australia 94-79
Serbia ensured the third win at the World Championship in Turkey. They prevailed against Australia for 3-1 record in Group A. The Boomers slipped at 2-2 record after the defeat. Adam Gibson set things going with a three-pointer. But Serbia quickly erased the deficit and pulled in charge. A 7:0 run gave the Serbian team a 14:7 lead midway through the opening quarter. The European side accumulated a 16:12 lead after ten minutes. The teams traded baskets before Savanovic and Marko Keselj hit back-to-back three-pointers and Serbia went up by ten points 36:26. Marko Keselj soon stretched the lead to 11 points but the Boomers returned into the game cutting the deficit at 6-point mark at halftime 37:43. Bjelica and Rasic gave Serbia a 48:37 lead at the start of the second half. Serbia maintained the lead well throughout the third term. They entered the fourth quarter up by 8 points 69:61. Brad Newley and Maric helped the Aussie team to get within 5 points early in the final frame. But Milos Teodosic (195-G-87), Novica Velickovic and Nenad Krstic (214-C-83) kept Serbia on top. Matt Nielsen dragged Australia within three 78:81 with just over two minutes to go. But Milos Teodosic accounted for next five points and Serbia easily escaped to the win at the end. Milos Teodosic celebrated his comeback after disqualification with 19 points to lead Serbia. Novica Velickovic added 18 points and 9 rebounds, while Nenad Krstic had 14 points and 10 boards for the winners. Brad Newley replied with 13 points for Australia. Patrick Mills had 12 points, 6 assists and 4 caroms in the loss.

Germany - Angola 88-92 OT
Angola eliminate Germany as they won 82:78 in overtime at the World Championship. Germany will not be in the first four places from the group as they allowed Angola to take their place. Unbelievable overtime thriller sent Angola to 2-2 record and tomorrow they will play for the third place in the group versus Australia. That was probably the most important game for both teams at the World Championship as the winner grabbed the Quarterfinal ticket. Joaquim Gomes (200-C/F-80, college: Valparaiso) gave Angola the first points and Jagla Jan-Hendrik scored for 8:6 later in the period. The teams looked equal in the first frame and Ohlbrecht Tim tied the game at 19:19. Angola started with 5-0 run the second period, but then Schwethelm Philipp brought Europeam side 25:24. Angola created an 8-0 run to enjoy 32:25, while Joaquim Gomes scored for 40:35 at the halftime. Lutonda Miguel increased to 10-point deficit, whilst Olimpio Cipriano (194-F-82) added for 48:38. Mingas Eduardo drove a lay-up for 54:45 and Morais Carlos closed the period at 58:54. Germany looked awesome in the start of the fourth quarter and after some important baskets reached 74:64 when Jagla Jan-Hendrik made a three-pointer. Joaquim Gomes reduced to 77:71 and then Angola showed their desire to win. Ambrosio Felizardo cut it to 77:76 and Olimpio Cipriano made two free throws for 78:78 after the fourth period. In overtime Angola led from the beginning until the end and scored the majority of the points from the free throw line. Olimpio Cipriano erupted with 30 points for the winners and Joaquim Gomes netted 16. Lutonda Miguel notched 13 and Mingas Eduardo posted 10. Jagla Jan-Hendrik ended up with 23 points in the losing effort as Germany fell at 1-3. Schaffartzik Heiko poured in 18 and Ohlbrecht Tim had 17.

Argentina - Jordan 88-79
Argentina recorded the fourth straight win at the World Championship. The Latin American side held off Jordan for 4-0 record on top of Group A. Jordan suffered the fourth straight defeat and lost their chances to stay in the title race. But the Asian team gave all Argentina could handle before losing at the end. It was a good start for Argentina. They quickly established a 15:4 lead. Carlos Delfino (198-G-82) hit a three-pointer as Argentina accumulated an 18:6 advantage midway through the term. Argentina scored eagerly as they posted a 35:19 advantage at the first intermission. Gutierrez and Paolo Quinteros hit from beyond the arc early in the second quarter as the margin grew at 17-point mark 41:24. Soon Paolo Quinteros drained another triple as Argentina accumulated a 20-point lead 46:26. But Jordan capped the half on an 11:3 rally to trim the distance at 12-point mark 37:49. Rasheim Wright (194-G-81, college: District of Col.) and Idais began the second half with three trifectas in a row as Jordan got as close as three points 46:49. Luis Scola calmed things down with four points. Argentina quickly retained a 10-point advantage but Idais and Rasheim Wright came up for Jordan again and narrowed the deficit at 6-point mark with one quarter to go. Back-to-back triples from Carlos Delfino and Gutierrez restored a 10-point buffer for the Latin American team early in the final frame. However Rasheim Wright and Zaid Abbaas pulled Jordan within four once again. Jordan trailed by just five points with 50 seconds remaining when Pablo Prigioni converted four free throws and sealed the winning outcome for Argentina. Luis Scola stepped up with 30 points and 13 boards in the win. Carlos Delfino finished with 18 points, while Paolo Quinteros had 11 for Argentina. Rasheim Wright replied with 22 points for Jordan. Zaid Abbaas had 17 points and 10 rebounds in the losing case.

Group B
Iran - USA 51-88
It is the fourth straight win for the USA at the World Championship. They rolled past Iran to stay undefeated in Group B. Iran suffered the third loss in Turkey. Hamed Haddadi and Kamrani ensured a 5:3 start to the game for Iran. But the USA soon took off. They grabbed a 19:1o lead and posted a 19:13 advantage after ten minutes. Kevin Love (208-C-88, college: UCLA) scored 9 points in the second quarter as the USA kept control. They arrived at halftime up by 14 points 42:28. The North American team opened the second half with eight points in a row to clear off. They maintained the lead and moreover stretched the gap to as many as 62:39 advantage at the final intermission. Iran tipped off the fourth stanza on a 6:2 run to sweeten the pill but Rudy Gay and Eric Gordon (193-G-88, college: Indiana) quickly teamed up for 6 points in a row as the USA did not look back en route to the victory. Kevin Love finished with 13 points to lead the winners. Kevin Durant added 12 points, while Derrick Rose accounted for 11 points in the victory. Hamed Haddadi replied with game-high 19 points for Iran. Arsalan Kazemi notched 14 points in the loss.

Brazil - Slovenia 77-80
Slovenia edged Brazil in the last game of Wednesday at the World Championship in Turkey. Having 17 points lead, Slovenia could hold only 2 with 4 minutes to go, but three-pointers by Jaka Lakovic (186-G-78) and Bostjan Nachbar (207-G/F-80, agency: Interperformances) ensured 80:77 win. Both teams played equal in the first period and only 2-point lead was held by Slovenia. They started to play better in the second quarter and reached 44:30 at the halftime. The European team continued to dominate the court and Becirovic Sani scored for 67:51 after 30 minutes. Barbosa opened the fourth period with a jump shot to reduce the gap in the court. Brazil created a massive 15-0 run to reduce to 2 points. Moreover Slovenia could not score for 6 minutes and only Jaka Lakovic broke the silence to keep 73:68 lead. Jaka Lakovic became the hero of the game to hit another three for 76:68 with two minutes in the game. Huertas Marcelo made two free throws for 76:70 and Becirovic Sani received the fifth foul to be sent away. Splitter Tiago only one free throw, but Slovenian Bostjan Nachbar scored for 79:71. Machado Marcelo immediately replied from the perimeter for 79:74, while Dragic Goran scored one free throw for 80:74. Machado Marcelo made three free throws in the last seconds for the final result. Jaka Lakovic poured in 20 points for the winners and Brezec Primoz netted 16. Bostjan Nachbar followed them with 15, while Dragic Goran chipped in 10. Machado Marcelo answered with 20 points in the losing effort as Brazil fell at 2-2. Splitter Tiago notched 19 and Barbosa added 12.

Croatia - Tunisia 84-64
Croatia grabbed 2-2 record in Group B of the World Championship. The European team sent Tunisia to 0-4 record after 84:64 win in Istanbul. Croatia opened the game with 10 consecutive points and of course never looked behind in the game. Tunisia however replied with 8-0 run, while Popovic Marko closed another 8-0 run from Croatia. He nailed another three for 23:10 and closed the period at 23:12. Bojan Bogdanovic (202-G/F-89) scored from the perimeter for 31:14 and another three from the player showed 34:18 on the board. Loncar Kresimir made the shot from the arc to sent the squads to the lockers for 43:23 advantage. Ben Romdhane Macram opened the third frame in the game and Slimane Radhouane reduced to 43:27. Bojan Bogdanovic fired another three for 50:30 and Planinic Zoran drove a lay-up for 54:33. Luksa Andric (210-C-85, agency: Beo Basket) scored four points out of six at the end of the period to give Croatia 65:40 deficit. Tunisia meanwhile managed to win the last period. At first Ben Romdhane Macram three to start the quarter and then he cut it to 74:56. Tomic Ante and Ben Romdhane Macram exchanged for 78:60, while Bojan Bogdanovic made a dunk for 82:60. The latter also was the last to score in the game to bring the victory for Croatia. Bojan Bogdanovic paced all the winners with 19 points and Popovic Marko netted 16. Tomic Ante poured in 15, while Luksa Andric scored 10. Ben Romdhane Macram replied with 23 points in the losing case and Dhifallah Mohamed Naim added 8.

Group C
Turkey - Puerto Rico 79-77
Turkey overcame some tense moments in the dying seconds to eventually come away with a tough win over Puerto Rico. The victory helped Turkey improve at 4-0 record on top of Group C of the World Championship. Puerto Rico fell at 1-3 record after the defeat. Puerto Rico surged in front quickly. They gained a 5:1 advantage but Turkey denied soon. The teams stayed very close in the starting quarter. The lead changed hands for several times before Hedo Turkoglu hit a three-pointer and tied it all at 19. Puerto Rico opened the second term with a 10:2 run to clear off. But Arslan and Akyol did not allow the visitors to run away for good. Turkey stayed within striking distance at they trailed by seven 30:37 at halftime. Carmelo Lee opened the second half with a three-pointer but Hedo Turkoglu immediately answered with his own treble to ignite a 7:0 run from the hosts. Carmelo Lee hit another trey and Peter John Ramos helped the Latin American side to a 53:44 advantage. Turkey came up with the next seven points to cut the deficit. They got as close as one point 56:57 with one quarter remaining. The home side tipped off the fourth stanza with ten points in a row and all of a sudden Turkey took over. Daniel Santiago (216-C-76, agency: Priority Sports, college: N.Mexico) stopped the bleeding for Puerto Rico from the stripe however Ersan Ilyasova (207-F-87) quickly matched him with a jumper. Hedo Turkoglu hit a triple to give the Turkish team a 10-point buffer but Nathan Peavy quickly delivered his own three-pointer to keep the intrigue alive. Erden knocked down five points in a row as the hosts established a 12-point lead with just over three minutes left in regulation. But Puerto Rico refused to give up. Angel Angel D. Vassallo fired back-to-back treys to drag the team within 6 points 72:78. He followed with another triple and then Balkman put the visitors as close as one point with 7 seconds on the clock 77:78. Tunceri hit one free throw and Adonis Vassalos could not convert his three-pointer as Turkey escaped with a narrow win at the end. Hedo Turkoglu knocked down 16 points for Turkey. Ersan Ilyasova added 13 points and 13 rebounds in the win. Angel D. Vassallo replied with 19 points for Puerto Rico. Peter John Ramos accounted for 15 points and 12 boards in the loss.

China - Russia 80-89
Russia posted their third win at the World Championship. They held off China for 3-1 record in Group C. The Asian team in the meantime suffered the third loss and slipped at 1-3 record. Sergey Monya (204-F-83) led well-balanced offence with 17 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds. China managed to pull ahead 10:6 midway through the opening frame. Russia used a 6:0 run to pull in front late in the quarter. China answered with 7 points to earn a 21:15 lead at the break. Jianlian Yi (212-C/F-87) stretched the margin to 8 points at the start of the second term. But Anton Ponkrashov and Sergey Monya hit back-to-back three-pointers as Russia started to trim the deficit. Russia went on a 13:2 rally to take a 36:29 advantage midway through the period. China went back in charge as the seesaw action continued. Wang Zhizhi capped the half with a jumper as China led by three 43:40. China earned a 5-point lead early in the third term but Russia were ready to answer. They unloaded a 9:2 rally to ensure a 51:49 lead. The lead changed hands for several times as Russia entered the fourth term ahead by one 63:62. David Blatt's team tipped off the final stanza with five points in a row to boost the lead. Wang ShiPeng and Jianlian Yi dragged China back within one and soon Yue Sun drained a treble to level things up at 73. Wang ShiPeng knocked down two free throws to put China in front 75:73. Russia immediately responded with 12 points in a row and never looked back en route to the victory. Sasha Kaun (211-C-85) finished with 16 points and 14 boards for Russia. Anton Ponkrashov provided 15 points in the win. Yue Sun accounted for 19 points for China. Wang ShiPeng netted 16 points in the loss.

Ivory Coast - Greece 67-90
Greece took 3-1 record in Group C of the World Championship. They edged Ivory Coast 90:67 to send them to 0-4 record. Ivory Coast surprised the favorites with 7-0 run in the start, while Greece needed 9-0 run for 9:7 lead. Schortsanitis Sofoklis scored for 13:10, while Spanoulis Vasileios posted for 18:14. It was him also to close the first period at 20:14 making two free throws. The second quarter brought only the bigger lead for Greece that dominated the court. The European team opened it with 8-0 run as Tsartsaris Konstantinos scored for 28:14. Another 16-0 run gave more confidence for Greece and Bourousis Ioannis delivered for 44:16. Lamizana Mamadou sent the squads to the lockers for 47:19 as African managed to score only 5 in the quarter. Lamizana Mamadou opened the third frame with a three and Lamizana Mamadou also reduced to 49:23. Fotsis Antonios however replied from the arc and Georgios Printezis (206-F-85, agency: FCM) brought 56:25. Georgios Printezis made another shot from the long range to give Greece 61:30, whilst another three points from the player saw 64:30 on the board. Calathes Nick later brought 75:31 and Vougioukas, Ianclosed the third period at 81:38. Ivory Coast could not score for the first two minutes in the last period as Greece increased to 83:38. Assie Brice and Kale Jonathan however reduced to 86:46. Perperoglou Efstratios gave Greece 90:52 and Kale Jonathan was the last to score for the African team at 60. Georgios Printezis gave Greece the final points to bring 97. Calathes Nick top-scored for the winners with 15 points and Georgios Printezis and Tsartsaris Konstantinos posted 12 each. Spanoulis Vasileios and Schortsanitis Sofoklis followed them with 10 apiece. Assie Brice ended up with 11 points in the losing effort, whilst Lamizana Mamadou and Edi Guy added 9 each.

Group D
Canada - New Zealand 61-71
New Zealand tied their record at 2-2 after the victory over Canada on Wednesday at the World Championship. Kirk Penney (196-G-80, college: Wisconsin) again led his way for 71:61 win as Canada suffered their fourth loss. Canada took 4-0 in the start and then Vukona Mika tied it at 4:4. Tait Lindsay brought New Zealand 7:6 and Cameron Pero scored for 11:8. New Zealand remained in front in the second period and had mostly 3-5 points deficit. Canada however grabbed 23:21 in the end of it as Anthony Joel free throw. New Zealand needed 5-0 run to close the half at 35:28. Tait Lindsay opened the third period for 37:28, while Kirk Penney nailed three for 42:29. Shepherd Jevohn brought Canada back to 44:38 and he also closed the third quarter at 47:41. Vukona, Mika scored for promising 54:45 lead with 6 minutes in the game. Kirk Penney and Anthony Joel exchanged the baskets for 58:49 and Tait Lindsay increased to 62:52. New Zealand kept the double-digit lead and Kirk Penneygame at 71:61. Kirk Penney stepped up with 18 points for the winners. Frank Casey nailed 14 and Jones Phill delivered 11. Shepherd Jevohn ended up with 15 points in the losing effort. Anthony Joel netted 13, whilst Brown Denham posted 12.

Lebanon - Spain 57-91
Spain found the second victory at the World Championship. They proved too good for Lebanon improving at 2-2 record in Group D. The Asian side fell at 1-3 record after the defeat. Rudy Fernandez and Garbajosa opened the game with four points in a row. Soon Reyes gave the Spanish team a 13:6 advantage. But Lebanon would not go away as they pulled in front 18:16 with under two minutes to go in the frame. Jackson Vroman (208-C/F-81, college: Iowa St.) gave Lebanon a 20:16 advantage. Alex Mumbru capped the quarter with a three-pointer as Spain trailed by one 21:22. The defending champions opened the second frame on a 9:2 run to surge ahead. Rony Fahed tried to keep Lebanon close but Jackson Vroman and Freije got the fourth and third fouls respectively and had to step off the court. Lebanon struggled offensively as Spain capitalized taking a 43:32 advantage at halftime. Lebanon got within ten points early in the third term but Spain immediately responded with a 21:2 rally to take a 68:39 advantage with under two minutes remaining. Spain entered the fourth quarter up by 25 points 72:47. The teams traded baskets throughout sloppy fourth quarter as Spain remained well in control of their fate. Marc Gasol (212-C-85, agency: Interperformances) finished with 25 points and 8 rebounds to pace Spain. Fran Vazquez added 15 points and 8 rebounds in the win. Jackson Vroman accounted for 22 points and 9 caroms for Lebanon. Fadi El Khatib added 10 points in the loss.

Lithuania - France 69-55
Lithuania and France battled for the top place in Group D and for the only team in it to remain undefeated. The Baltic representative ensured 69:55 for 4-0 record on top. Maciulis Jonas gave Lithuania the first points and then Kalnietis Mantas scored for 7:5. Maciulis Jonas gave the Baltic side 9:8, while then France dominated the court until the end of the period. France finished the period with 11-0 run to take massive 24:11 lead after the first period. Batum Nicolas scored for 26:12 and Diaw Boris his side 29:14. Lithuania however created a 8-0 run as Maciulis Jonas pulled his side back to 29:24. Batum Nicolas made a free throw for 30:24 at the halftime. Pocius Martynas opened the third frame with a three and Linas Kleiza (203-F-85, college: Missouri) brought another three to tie the game at 30:30. De Colo Nando and Linas Kleiza hanged the baskets, while Pocius Martynas gave the Baltic representative 35:33. Javtokas Robertas increased to 39:35 and Lithuania continued to push the tempo. Linas Kleiza finished the run at 44:35 and Maciulis Jonas posted two for 50:37. France responded with four points and Lithuania immediately took timeout. Linas Kleiza made two free throws for 52:41 and it became the score after three quarters. Delininkaitis Tomas opened the last period with three and Seibutis Renaldas scored another for 58:41. Traore Ali cut it to 58:43 and Jankunas Paulius increased to 60:43. Klimavicius Tadas and Traore Ali exchanged the baskets for 62:47 and after two minutes of silence Linas Kleiza added one more points for the winners. Gelabale Mickael later reduced to 65:52 with 2 minutes until the end of the game. Albicy Andrew followed his teammate with another three for 65:55 and Maciulis Jonas made two free throws for 67:55. Kalnietis Mantas also was perfect from the line for 69:55 to bring the final points for the winners. Maciulis Jonas led the way with 19 points for 4-0 record. Linas Kleiza nailed 15 and Kalnietis Mantas scored 9. Batum Nicolas ended up with 13 points as France suffered their first loss. Gelabale Mickael posted 10, while De Colo Nando and Diaw Boris added 9 each.

  



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 1. USA
 2. Serbia
 3. France
 4. Lithuania
 5. Spain
 6. Brazil
 7. Slovenia
 8. Turkey
 9. Greece
 10. Croatia
 11. Argentina
 12. Australia
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 14. Mexico
 15. N.Zealand
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 18. Ukraine
 19. P.Rico
 20. Iran
 21. Philippines
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 24. Egypt
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Jose Juan BAREA
  PUR
  (183-PG-84)
  Avg: 22
 1. Barea, PUR22.0 
 2. Blatche, USA21.2 
 3. Bogdanovic, BIH21.2 
 4. Gasol, ESP20.0 
 5. Scola, ARG19.5 
 6. Haddadi,18.8 
 7. Moreira, ANG17.8 
 8. Ayon, MEX17.6 
 9. Garcia, DOM17.6 
 10. Baynes, AUS16.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Andray BLATCHE
  USA
  (211-F/C-86)
  Avg: 13.8
 1. Blatche, USA13.8 
 2. Haddadi,11.4 
 3. Dieng, SEN10.7 
 4. Bourousis, GRE9.2 
 5. Scola, ARG8.5 
 6. Valanciunas, LTU8.4 
 7. Asik, TUR8.4 
 8. Moreira, ANG8.2 
 9. Varejao, BRA8.0 
 10. Faried,7.8 
Assists Per Game
 Petteri KOPONEN
  FIN
  (194-PG-88)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Koponen, FIN5.8 
 2. Dalmeida, SEN5.3 
 3. Rubio, ESP5.1 
 4. Jeter, USA5.0 
 5. Teodosic, SRB4.4 
 6. Nikkhah Bahr.,4.4 
 7. Zisis, GRE4.3 
 8. Campazzo, ARG4.3 
 9. Dragic, SLO4.3 
 10. Prigioni, ARG4.2 
Steals Per Game
 Ricky RUBIO
  ESP
  (193-G-90)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Rubio, ESP3.6 
 2. Kamrani, IRI2.6 
 3. Harden,2.1 
 4. Balkman, USA2.0 
 5. Irving, AUS1.9 
 6. Dieng, SEN1.8 
 7. Prigioni, ARG1.8 
 8. Ingles, AUS1.8 
 9. Saric, CRO1.7 
 10. Barbosa, BRA1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Pau GASOL
  ESP
  (213-F/C-80)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Gasol, ESP2.3 
 2. Davis,2.1 
 3. Kim,2.0 
 4. N'Diaye, SEN1.8 
 5. Asik, TUR1.6 
 6. Dieng, SEN1.5 
 7. Vargas,1.5 
 8. Gasol, ESP1.4 
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