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2019 World Cup: Australia hold off France to finish on top of Group L Sep 9, 2019
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Australia – France 100:98

Australia ended the Second Stage of the 2019 World Cup atop of Group L. The Boomers overcame France in a thrilling clash to remain undefeated. France ended in the second position at 4-1 record.
It was an intense battle from start to finish. France eked out a 24:23 lead after ten minutes. Australia erased the deficit in the second period as the teams entered the long break tied at 46. les Bleues dropped 29 points in the third quarter to race to a 4-point lead at the final intermission. The lead changed hands for several times throughout the fourth quarter. Andrew Albicy made it 94:92 for France with 93 seconds left in the game. Joe Ingles (203-SF-87) responded with two free throws to even things up. He then converted a layup to put the Boomers in front 96:94 with just over a minute remaining. Nando De Colo (196-G-87) sank a jumper to knot things up as the seesaw action continued. Matthew Dellavedova (193-G-90, college: St.Mary’s, CA) hit two free throws to make it 98:96 for Australia but Nando De Colo responded with a layup to draw things level with 16 seconds remaining. Matthew Dellavedova got fouled but hit just one free throw to give France a chance. But Patrick Mills (183-PG-88, college: St.Mary’s, CA) came up with a crucial steal with just seconds left on the clock and then Mitch Creek (196-F/G-92) sealed the win for the Boomers from the charity stripe. Patrick Mills delivered 30 points, while Joe Ingles added 23 points in the victory. Evan Fournier (198-SG-92) answered with 31 points, while Nando De Colo produced 26 points for les Bleues.

Tags : PATRICK MILLS, WORLD CUP BASKETBALL, AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TEAM  


youtube Australia – France 100:98 Australia ended the Second Stage of the 2019 World Cup atop of Group L. The Boomers overcame France in a thrilling clash to remain undefeated. France ended in the second position at 4-1 record. It was an intense battle from start to finish. France eked out a 24:23 lead after ten minutes. Australia erased the deficit in the second period as the teams entered the long break tied at 46. les Bleues dropped 29 points in the third quarter to race to a 4-point lead at…  
Australia – France 100:98

Australia ended the Second Stage of the 2019 World Cup atop of Group L. The Boomers overcame France in a thrilling clash to remain undefeated. France ended in the second position at 4-1 record.
It was an intense battle from start to finish. France eked out a 24:23 lead after ten minutes. Australia erased the deficit in the second period as the teams entered the long break tied at 46. les Bleues dropped 29 points in the third quarter to race to a 4-point lead at the final intermission. The lead changed hands for several times throughout the fourth quarter. Andrew Albicy made it 94:92 for France with 93 seconds left in the game. Joe Ingles (203-SF-87) responded with two free throws to even things up. He then converted a layup to put the Boomers in front 96:94 with just over a minute remaining. Nando De Colo (196-G-87) sank a jumper to knot things up as the seesaw action continued. Matthew Dellavedova (193-G-90, college: St.Mary’s, CA) hit two free throws to make it 98:96 for Australia but Nando De Colo responded with a layup to draw things level with 16 seconds remaining. Matthew Dellavedova got fouled but hit just one free throw to give France a chance. But Patrick Mills (183-PG-88, college: St.Mary’s, CA) came up with a crucial steal with just seconds left on the clock and then Mitch Creek (196-F/G-92) sealed the win for the Boomers from the charity stripe. Patrick Mills delivered 30 points, while Joe Ingles added 23 points in the victory. Evan Fournier (198-SG-92) answered with 31 points, while Nando De Colo produced 26 points for les Bleues.

Tags : PATRICK MILLS, WORLD CUP BASKETBALL, AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

youtube USA – Brazil 89:73 USA rallied past Brazil to enter the World Cup quarterfinal with a perfect record. Myles Turner (6’11”-C/F-96, college: Texas) and Kemba Walker (6’1”-PG-90, college: Connecticut) scored 16 points each to pace the winners as they clinched the top position in Group K. They will now face France in the quarterfinal battle. Brazil ended up in the third position in the ladder missing out on the playoffs. Brazil needed a win in this one and they tried hard to stay on level…  
USA – Brazil 89:73

USA rallied past Brazil to enter the World Cup quarterfinal with a perfect record. Myles Turner (6’11”-C/F-96, college: Texas) and Kemba Walker (6’1”-PG-90, college: Connecticut) scored 16 points each to pace the winners as they clinched the top position in Group K. They will now face France in the quarterfinal battle. Brazil ended up in the third position in the ladder missing out on the playoffs.
Brazil needed a win in this one and they tried hard to stay on level terms with heavy favorites in the first half. Brazil trailed by just 3 points after ten minutes. They faced just a 4-point deficit twenty minutes into the game. But USA mounted the pressure in the third quarter. The North American team ignited a 24:17 run in the stanza to boost the lead to 11 points. Brazil could not recover. USA drained 22 points in the final quarter and got away with the victory. Jaylen Brown (6’7”-F-96, college: California) netted 11 points for USA. Vitor Benite (6’4”-SG-90) connected for 21 points for Brazil.

Tags : KEMBA WALKER, WORLD CUP BASKETBALL

youtube New Zealand – Turkey 102:101 New Zealand sneaked past Turkey in the their final game at the 2019 World Cup. Isaac Fotu (203-F-93, college: Hawaii) banked in a late jumper to propel the Tall Blacks to the win. Turkey unloaded 31 points in the first period to take a 5-point lead. New Zealand stayed close throughout the second term. The Tall Blacks nailed 24 points to cut the deficit at 3 points at the big break 53:50. The teams traded baskets throughout the third quarter. Turkey entered th…  
New Zealand – Turkey 102:101

New Zealand sneaked past Turkey in the their final game at the 2019 World Cup. Isaac Fotu (203-F-93, college: Hawaii) banked in a late jumper to propel the Tall Blacks to the win.
Turkey unloaded 31 points in the first period to take a 5-point lead. New Zealand stayed close throughout the second term. The Tall Blacks nailed 24 points to cut the deficit at 3 points at the big break 53:50. The teams traded baskets throughout the third quarter. Turkey entered the fourth period up by three points 77:74. It all came down to the final seconds in this one. Isaac Fotu gave New Zealand up by one 100:99 with 57 seconds to go. Cedi Osman (204-F-95) responded with a jumper on the other end to give Turkey the lead. But Isaac Fotu insisted with another jumper to make it 102:101. Cedi Osman tried to win it for Turkey but missed his attempt and New Zealand got away with the victory. Isaac Fotu and Robert Loe (211-F-91, college: St.Louis) produced 17 points each for the Tall Blacks. Cedi Osman answered with game-high 32 points for Turkey.

Tags : ISAAC FOTU, WORLD CUP BASKETBALL, TONGAN NATIONAL TEAM


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