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The End of the Preliminary Round - Sep 3, 2010

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Group A
Angola - Australia 55-76
Australia recorded the third win at the World Championship preliminary round. They shot down Angola to improve at 3-2 record in Group A. Angola slipped at 2-3 record and set up an eighth-final clash against the USA. It was Angola who looked better in the opening frame. The African powerhouse kept the Aussies at bay. Angola established an 18:15 lead after ten minutes. Felizardo Ambrosio and Paulo helped Angola to a 7-point advantage at the start of the second quarter. But then Matt Nielsen (208-F/C-78, agency: Beo Basket) sparked an 11:0 run from the Boomers as they spurred in front. Australia looked dominant at the moments as Martin ensured a 39:27 advantage for the Aussies late in the half. Miguel Lutonda and Felizardo Ambrosio bridged the quarters with four points as Angola tried to stay within striking distance. Vladimir Jeronimo (193-F-78) dragged Angola even closer but Australia responded with a 9:0 run as they accumulated a 48:33 lead. Angola could not adjust their defense as they entered the fourth frame trailing by as many as 22 points 38:60. The African never came near close to Australia in the final quarter as the Boomers coasted to the victory at the end. Patrick Mills knocked down 11 points to lead balanced offensive effort from Australia. Matt Nielsen added 9 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists for the winners. Vladimir Jeronimo and Miguel Lutonda had 9 points apiece for Angola. Joaquim Gomes had 8 points in the loss.

Argentina - Serbia 82-84
Serbia narrowly defeated Argentina in the final game of the preliminary round at the World Championship tonight. Serbia overcame another stellar performance from Luis Scola (206-F/C-80) to tame previously undefeated Argentina. The victory allowed Serbia to win Group A. It was a close game from start to finish. Argentina got to the better start as they were up 16:4 midway through the first frame. Pablo Prigioni and Luis Scola gave the Latin American team a 20:7 advantage but Serbia scored next seven points to get closer. They managed to narrow the deficit at just two-point mark at the break 20:22. Luis Scola opened the second term with six points in a row as Argentina were back in the drivers seat. Milos Teodosic nailed 7 points in a 9:0 run from Serbia as they surged in front 31:30. The lead changed hands for several times before Markovic sealed the first half outcome at 40:39 for Serbia. Jasen tipped off the second half with a triple as Argentina once again returned the lead. Serbia bounced back as they drove at 58:54 lead with ten minutes to go. Dusko Savanovic (204-F/C-83, agency: Beo Basket) and Nenad Krstic notched four consecutive points at the beginning of the fourth stanza and Serbia accumulated a 62:54 lead. Nenad Krstic gave the European team a 9-point cushion midway through the fourth term 67:58. But Priogioni, Gutierrez and Luis Scola trimmed the deficit at just three points 72:75 with just over two minutes to go. Quinteros drained a three-pointer as the teams appeared tied at 75. Nenad Krstic and Luis Scola exchanged points but then Dusko Savanovic hit a trey to ensure an 80:77 lead for Serbia with 18 seconds remaining. Rasic then knocked down four free throws in the dying seconds to ice the victory for Serbia. Dusko Savanovic provided 19 points for Serbia. Nenad Krstic added 18 points and 8 rebounds, while Milos Teodosic had 16 points in the win. Luis Scola tallied game-high 32 points and 7 rebounds for Argentina. Carlos Delfino and Pablo Prigioni finished with 13 points apiece in the losing effort.

Jordan - Germany 73-91
Germany beat Jordan, both are out of 1/8 Finals of the World Championship in Turkey. The European side won 91:73 in the last game for both teams this year. Germany was the favorite of the game and needed the win to somehow forget the loss from Angola last night. They started with 7:3 as Pleiss scored all the points for them. Benzing Robin brought 12:6 and Tibor Pleiss (214-F/C-89) again scored for 16:9. Daghles Osama nailed three to close the opening quarter at 28:17. Enver Soobzokov (198-G/F-78, college: Cal.St.-San Bernar.) opened the second quarter from the perimeter and Abbas Zaid reduced to 32:22. Moreover Alkhas, Zaid nailed three for 34:33 midway through the quarter. Germany needed 7-0 run as Jagla was the last to score in the half for 40:33. Tibor Pleiss and Alkhas Zaid exchanged the shots for 42:36 and Jagla increased to 50:41. Staiger Lucca made it 56:43, while McNaughton Christopher scored for 65:48. Daghles Osama brought the last points in the third period as the board showed 67:50 for the European team. Schwethelm Philipp and Enver Soobzokov nailed threes for the teams in the start of the fourth period and Ohlbrecht Tim gave the winners 74:58. Staiger Lucca was the last player in his team to score in the game for 91, while Hussein Mohammad made the last shot in the game. Tibor Pleiss top-scored for the winners with 23 points and Staiger Lucca netted 16. Jagla posted 14 and McNaughton Christopher added 12. Daghles Osama delivered 22 points in the losing case and Wright Rasheim notched 14. Enver Soobzokov and Alkhas Zaid poured in 12 apiece as Jordan lost all five games.

Group B
USA - Tunisia 92-57
USA celebrated the fifth straight win at the World Championship in Turkey. They cruised past Tunisia today to finish the preliminary round on top of Group B. Tunisia finished the tournament winless. Eric Gordon (193-G-88, college: Indiana) unloaded 21 points to lead the winners. USA will now face Angola in the eighth-finals on Monday. Rzig ensured a memorable start for Tunisia as he scored four points in a row. Kevin Durant needed to score five straight points for the USA to take the lead at 11:8. The North American team cleared off to a 19:13 advantage at the first intermission. Stephen Curry (191-G-88, college: Davidson) opened a double-digit lead for the USA midway through the second quarter. Marouana Kechrid and Hadidane hit a bunch of three-pointers as Tunisia pulled within two 31:33 late in the half. Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook capped the half with four consecutive points as the North Americans ensured a 39:33 halftime advantage. The USA used a 10:2 run midway through the third term to accumulate a 55:41 advantage. Eric Gordon and Stephen Curry unloaded back-to-back trebles as the margin grew at 19-point mark. Tunisia came up with only 11 points in the final stanza as the USA coasted to the victory. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook notched 14 points each for the USA. Stephen Curry knocked down 13 points in the victory. Marouana Kechrid replied with 15 points for Tunisia. Makram Ben Romdhane added 11 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.

Slovenia - Iran 65-60
Slovenia withheld a late rally from Iran to record the fourth win at the World Championship. Goran Dragic (194-G-86, agency: Interperformances) knocked down 18 points as Slovenia clinched the second position in preliminary Group B. They will now face Australia at the eighth-final stage. Iran wrapped up their campaign at 1-4 record in the fifth position in the ladder. Slovenia opened the game with seven quick points. They stayed in control and won the opening period 19:6. Iran looked much more aggressive in the second quarter. They went on a 13:2 run to draw things level at 23. Goran Dragic replied with five consecutive points as Slovenia accumulated a 28:23 lead at halftime. Miha Zupan and Bostjan Nachbar stretched the gap to 10 points early in the third term. Slovenia dictated the tempo in the third stanza as they boosted the gap to as many as 17 points. Slovenia posted a 52:34 lead at the third intermission. But Iran were not about to surrender that easily. A pair of three-pointers from Hamed Haddadi and Davarpanah gave a needed boost for the Asian team. Arsalan Kazemi fired from beyond the arc and Iran went on a 14:2 run to get within five. And it was only the buzzer that stopped Iran from catching up with Slovenia. Miha Zupan netted 15 points for the winners. Sani Becirovic and Bostjan Nachbar produced 10 points each in the victory. Hamed Haddadi replied with 15 points and 7 rebounds for Iran. Arsalan Kazemi finished with 13 points and 14 boards in the loss.

Brazil - Croatia 92-74
Brazil wrapped up the preliminary round at the World championship with victory. They held off Croatia to occupy the third position in Group B. Brazil will now take on Argentina in the South American classico at the eighth-final stage of the tournament. Croatia occupied the fourth place and set up a Balkan derby against Serbia in the playoffs. Brazil opened the game with seven points in a row. Croatia got closer but Brazil did not allow their opponents to pull in charge. The Latin American team dominated as they posted a 22:19 lead after ten minutes. Marcelinho Machado knocked down two three-pointers during an 8:0 run from Brazil as they earned a 36:24 lead midway through the second quarter. Brazil rallied to a comfortable 48:35 halftime advantage. Leandrinho Barbosa (190-G-82) nailed 6 points to spark a 9:0 run from the Latin American team at the start of the third quarter. They cruised throughout the frame and entered the final stanza up by as many as 22 points 72:50. Croatia got within 15 in the fourth quarter but it was as close as they could get as Brazil drove to a confident victory. Marcelinho Machado delivered 18 points for Brazil. Leandrinho Barbosa notched 17 points, while Alexandre Garcia (191-G-80, agency: Interperformances) added 15 in the win. Marko Popovic replied with 15 points for Croatia. Kresimir Loncar netted 12 points in the loss.

Group C
Puerto Rico - Ivory Coast 79-88
Cote d'Ivoire posted the first win at the World Championship. They defeated Puerto Rico on the final day of preliminary action but to no avail. The victory proved insufficient for the African team to reach the playoffs. The loss also meant the end of the tournament for Puerto Rico as China occupied the fourth position in Group C. Cote d'Ivoire started the game brilliantly. They quickly opened a 5:0 lead and maintained the advantage throughout the starting frame. Konate opened an 11-point lead late in the first term. Guilermo Diaz and David Huertas (196-G-87, college: Mississippi) capped the frame with four points in a row as Puerto Rico cut the margin to 5 points 14:19. Cote dIvoire tipped off the second half with seven consecutive points to clear off to a 12-point distance. Brice Assie hit a trey and Cote dIvoire accumulated a 13-point lead. But Puerto Rico managed to come back to life. Balkman, Vassallo and Santiago pulled the Latin American team within 3 points with 24 seconds to go in the half. Konate crowned the half with a three-pointer as Cote d'Ivoire posted a 39:33 advantage. Konate picked up from where he left in the first half and opened the third term with another long three. But Puerto Rico gradually came closer. Nathan Peavy hit a three-pointer to pull his team within 5 midway through the quarter. Jose Juan Barea and Nathan Peavy teamed up for five quick points as Puerto Rico trailed by 2 points 53:55. Cote d'Ivoire hung on to lead by 5 points 64:59 heading into the fourth stanza. David Huertas fired two triples early in the fourth quarter as Puerto Rico finally surged in front 67:66. Cote d'Ivoire replied with six consecutive points to return the lead. Jose Juan Barea and Balkman kept Puerto Rico within needed distance not before Charles Abouo (196-G/F-89) and Diabate gave Cote d'Ivoire a 12-point lead with 30 seconds to go. Peavy and Mohamed Koneexchanged the baskets as the African team kept the difference they needed to stay hopeful. But David Huertas drained a last seconds triple and sent both teams home. Herve Lamizana and Mohamed Kone provided 17 points each for Cote d'Ivoire. Charles Abouo top-scored with 19 points for the winners. Jose Juan Barea replied with 19 points for Puerto Rico. David Huertas had 18 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.

Greece - Russia 69-73
Russia posted the fourth win at the World Championship as they knocked down Greece in Ankara today. The victory allowed David Blatt's team to clinch the second place in Group C. Greece slipped at 3-2 record and finished in the third position. Timofey Mozgov (216-C-86, agency: RIZO) top-scored with 18 points for Russia. It was Russia who took the lead and they did not surrender it in the first term. Andrey Vorontsevich hit a three-pointer to make it 12:2 midway through the opening frame. Greece never picked up the slack as they trailed by 10 at the first break 10:20. Kaimakoglou drained a triple to pull the Hellenes within 5 in the middle of the second frame. Nicholas Calathes (198-G-89, agency: Arik Krayn Services, college: Florida) and Sofoklis Schortsanitis made it a 2-point game. Greece managed to erase the deficit and knotted things up at 30:30 at halftime. Bourousis put Greece in front 37:36 midway through the third quarter. But Russia quickly responded with 13 points in a row to surge in front. They posted a comfortable 59:43 lead at the final intermission. Ponkrashov and Monya tipped off the fourth term with four points in a row as Russia seemed to cruise to the victory. But Greece were not ready to give just yet. Sofoklis Schortsanitis organized an 11:0 run that cut the deficit 8-point mark. Fridzon kept Russia in charge with five points but Diamantidis and Spanoulis knocked down back-to-back three-pointers as Greece cut the deficit to only 4 points with seven seconds to go. Ponkrashov just throw the ball out of bounds giving the Hellenes a chance to save the game. However Spanoulis got blocked and Russia came away with a tough win at the end. Andrey Vorontsevich nailed 10 points for Russia. Eugeny Voronov added 9 points in the win. Sofoklis Schortsanitis replied with 16 points and 9 rebounds for Greece. Nikolaos Zisis had 11 points in the loss.

Turkey - China 87-40
Turkey won Group C to remain the only team in it undefeated. The hosts of the World Championship rolled over China 87:40 as the latter finished fourth with 1-4 record. China needed the win more the hosts in order to advance however even with the enormous loss managed to advance. Zhang Zhaoxu gave the points for the Asian team and unfortunately for them China never stayed in front anymore. Turkey replied with 12-0 run and Su Wei closed the period at 15:6. Omer Asik (213-C-86) made the first two points in the second period, while Erden Semih posted for 23:13. Turkey exploded with 16-0 run to close the half as Savas Oguz made it 39:13. Zhou Peng and Savas Oguz exchanged the baskets early in the third period and again Savas Oguz made three for 52:19. Omer Asik delivered for 57:22, while Erden Semih brought the hosts 64:25. Omer Asik made a dunk to close the third period as it was clear Turkey would benefit from the game. Yu Shulong nailed three to open the last period and Guler Sinan responded from the perimeter for 71:30. Erden Semih scored for 76:33 and Savas Oguz made the final score at 87:40. Savas Oguz paced all the winners with 20 points and Erden Semih added 18. Omer Asik nailed 17, while Ermis Baris and Guler Sinan scored 9 each. Sun Yue ended up with 15 points in the losing effort and Yu Shulong posted 9.

Group D
Spain - Canada 89-67
Spain wrapped up their World Championship preliminary round campaign with victory. They shot down Canada in Group D to finish at 3-2 record. Canada remained winless at 0-5. Rudy Fernandez and Sergio Llull drained two triples to put Spain in front early in the game. Soon the defending champions accumulated a 10:2 lead. Spain stayed in charge in the quarter. They arrived at the first intermission up by 11 points 28:17. Jermaine Bucknor opened the second term with a three-pointer as Canada started to look more active. Kelly Kelly Olynyk (211-F-91) scored six points as Canada pulled within 5 points 29:34. Jermaine Anderson followed with a triple as the North American side trailed by two 32:34. However Rudy Fernandez knocked down five points late in the half as Spain eked out a 42:37 advantage at halftime. Spain controlled the tempo in the third term. Canada could not get closer than four points. Mumbru capped the term with a lay-up as the reigning champions posted a 63:48 advantage. Sacre opened the final term with a jumper but Spain responded with eight points in a row to boost the margin to 21 points. The defending champions never slowed down and romped past Canada in the final minutes. Rudy Fernandez and Fran Vazquez scored 19 points each for Spain. Jorge Garbajosa (205-C/F-77, agency: Interperformances) added 9 points in the victory. Kelly Olynyk replied with 14 points for Canada. Jevohn Shepherd added 12 points in the loss.

Lebanon - Lithuania 66-84
Lithuania posted the fifth straight win at the World Championship in Turkey. They knocked down Lebanon to win preliminary round Group D. Lebanon finished the tournament with one win in five games played. Lithuania opened the game with four points in a row to jump in front. They maintained the lead for some time before Ali Fakhreddine notched four points to level things up at 16 at the first break. Abdelnour put Lebanon in charge early in the second quarter. Martynas Gecevicius drained a triple triggering a 6:0 run from the Baltic team as they retained the lead. Renaldas Seibutis and Martynas Gecevicius capped the half with four points in a row as Lithuania accumulated a 39:32 advantage. Lithuania used a 10:0 run early in the third term to clear off to an 11-point distance. Ali Fakhreddine refused to give up as four points from him made it a 5-point game. Lithuania scored next four points to restore a safe cushion and they rallied to a 64:51 advantage before the final term. Lebanon opened the fourth period with four points in a row but a 6:0 spurt from the Lithuanian team followed and it killed any hopes for the Asian team. Renaldas Seibutis came up with 17 points to lead Lithuania. Martynas Gecevicius added 16 points, while Tomas Delininkaitis finished with 11 points in the victory. Rony Fahed replied with 19 points for Lebanon. Jackson Vroman (208-C/F-81, college: Iowa St.) accounted for 15 points in the loss.

New Zealand - France 82-70
New Zealand came up with an outstanding victory over France to make it three in a row at the World Championship in Turkey. The victory ensured the third place finish for the Tall Blacks in Group D. New Zealand will now face Russia in the eighth-finals. France all of a sudden slipped at the fourth position and would take on Turkey in the playoffs. New Zealand started the game strongly. Kirk Penney (196-G-80, college: Wisconsin) and Lindsay Tait hit from beyond the arc as the Tall Blacks grabbed an 11:3 lead. But Les Bleus capped the opening frame with seven points in a row and picked up a 20:17 advantage. Phill Jones triggered a 10:0 run early in the second period for New Zealand as they returned the lead. Mika Vukona soon opened a double-digit advantage for the Kiwis. New Zealand established a comfortable 39:25 advantage at halftime. France began the second half with seven straight points to cut the deficit. Mika Vukona and Kirk Penney replied with four points as New Zealand maintained the pressure. Lindsay Tait gave the Kiwis a 15-point buffer late in the third term. They won the period 58:43 but France cut the distance with four opening points in the final quarter. The Tall Blacks stayed in charge before Boris Diaw and Nicolas Batum dragged the French team within 7 points with under three minutes to go. Pero Cameron drained a triple but Boris Diaw and Nicolas Batum cut the margin to 7 points once again, while Alain Koffi narrowed the deficit at 6-point mark with 67 seconds remaining. Pero Cameron and Thomas Abercrombie teamed up for three points, while Alain Koffi went perfect from the stripe to make it 68:75 with 21 seconds to go. Kirk Penney followed with a triple and a foul completing a four-point play. Yannick Bokolo notched two free throws just to watch Thomas Abercrombie hitting a three-pointer and sealing a 12-points win for New Zealand. Kirk Penney unloaded 25 points to lead the charge. Mika Vukona added 15 points, 6 boards and 5 assists for the winners. Yannick Bokolo replied with 13 points for France. Mickael Gelabale finished with 12 points in the loss.


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World Cup Standings
Group AFR-A
 1. Cameroon 0-0 
 2. Guinea 0-0 
 3. S.Africa 0-0 
 4. Tunisia 0-0 
Group AFR-B
 1. Mali 0-0 
 2. Nigeria 0-0 
 3. Rwanda 0-0 
 4. Uganda 0-0 
Group AFR-C
 1. Angola 0-0 
 2. DRCongo 0-0 
 3. Egypt 0-0 
 4. Morocco 0-0 
Group AFR-D
 1. C.Africa 0-0 
 2. Ivory Coast 0-0 
 3. Mozambique 0-0 
 4. Senegal 0-0 
Group AM-A
 1. Argentina 0-0 
 2. Panama 0-0 
 3. Paraguay 0-0 
 4. Uruguay 0-0 
Group AM-B
 1. Chile 0-0 
 2. Colombia 0-0 
 3. Venezuela 0-0 
Group AM-C
 1. Cuba 0-0 
 2. Mexico 0-0 
 3. P.Rico 0-0 
 4. USA 0-0 
Group AM-D
 1. Bahamas 0-0 
 2. Canada 0-0 
 3. Dominican R. 0-0 
 4. US Virg.Isl 0-0 
Group ASIA-A
 1. China 0-0 
 2. Hong Kong 0-0 
 3. S.Korea 0-0 
 4. N.Zealand 0-0 
Group ASIA-B
 1. Australia 0-0 
 2. Japan 0-0 
 3. Philippines 0-0 
 4. Taiwan 0-0 
Group ASIA-C
 1. India 0-0 
 2. Jordan 0-0 
 3. Lebanon 0-0 
 4. Syria 0-0 
Group ASIA-D
 1. Iran 0-0 
 2. Iraq 0-0 
 3. Kazakhstan 0-0 
 4. Qatar 0-0 
Group EU-A
 1. Belarus 0-0 
 2. Spain 0-0 
 3. Montenegro 0-0 
 4. Slovenia 0-0 
Group EU-B
 1. Latvia 0-0 
 2. Sweden 0-0 
 3. Turkey 0-0 
 4. Ukraine 0-0 
Group EU-C
 1. Hungary 0-0 
 2. Kosovo 0-0 
 3. Lithuania 0-0 
 4. Poland 0-0 
Group EU-D
 1. Croatia 0-0 
 2. Italy 0-0 
 3. Holland 0-0 
 4. Romania 0-0 
Group EU-E
 1. Belgium 0-0 
 2. Bosnia 0-0 
 3. France 0-0 
 4. Russia 0-0 
Group EU-F
 1. Bulgaria 0-0 
 2. Czech Rep. 0-0 
 3. Finland 0-0 
 4. Iceland 0-0 
Group EU-G
 1. Austria 0-0 
 2. Georgia 0-0 
 3. Germany 0-0 
 4. Serbia 0-0 
Group EU-H
 1. U.Kingdom 0-0 
 2. Estonia 0-0 
 3. Greece 0-0 
 4. Israel 0-0 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 24.2
 1. Boatright, ARM24.2 
 2. Musa, BIH22.8 
 3. Poeltl, AUT20.0 
 4. Theodore, MKD19.5 
 5. Stojanovski, MKD18.8 
 6. Berisha, KOS18.8 
 7. Liutych, BLR17.8 
 8. Mahalbasic, AUT17.0 
 9. Vezenkov, BUL16.8 
 10. Veideman, EST15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Aleksander VEZENKOV
  Avg: 10.8
 1. Vezenkov, BUL10.8 
 2. Parakhouski, BLR8.8 
 3. Rancik, SVK8.2 
 4. Fischer, ARM7.8 
 5. Spires, SWE6.8 
 6. Ihring, SVK6.7 
 7. Paliashchuk, BLR6.5 
 8. Mahalbasic, AUT6.5 
 9. Kangur, EST6.5 
 10. Norel, NED6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Boatright, ARM5.8 
 2. Berisha, KOS5.3 
 3. Kloof, NED5.0 
 4. Marinov, BUL5.0 
 5. Massamba, SWE4.8 
 6. Bost, BUL4.8 
 7. Theodore, MKD4.8 
 8. Lanegger, AUT4.5 
 9. Williams, NED4.5 
 10. Klepeisz, AUT4.3 
Steals Per Game
 Worthy DE JONG
  Avg: 2.5
 1. de-Jong, NED2.5 
 2. Hallman, POR2.3 
 3. Gaddefors, SWE2.3 
 4. Bost, BUL2.0 
 5. Stojanovski, MKD2.0 
 6. Voorn, NED1.8 
 7. Vezenkov, BUL1.8 
 8. Renfroe, BIH1.8 
 9. Boatright, ARM1.7 
 10. Musa, BIH1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Nicholas SPIRES
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Spires, SWE2.3 
 2. Fusek, SVK1.2 
 3. Talts, EST1.0 
 4. Parakhouski, BLR1.0 
 5. Guerreiro, POR1.0 
 6. Shima, ALB0.8 
 7. Poeltl, AUT0.8 
 8. Shoshi, KOS0.8 
 9. Mahalbasic, AUT0.8 
 10. Chrabascz, ARM0.8 
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