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Eurobasket.com All-World Cup Awards 2019 Sep 16, 2019
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Eurobasket.com All-World Cup 1st Team 2019


Final MVP: Ricky Rubio (6’4”-G-90) of Spain
Best Player: Ricky Rubio (6’4”-G-90) of Spain

1st Team
G: Ricky Rubio (6’4”-G-90) of Spain
G/F: Bogdan Bogdanovic (6’6”-G/F-92) of Serbia
SG: Evan Fournier (6’6”-SG-92) of France
C: Marc Gasol (7’1”-C-85) of Spain
F/C: Luis Scola (206-F/C-80) of Argentina

2nd Team
PG: Tomas Satoransky (6’7”-PG-91) of Czech Republic
PG: Patrick Mills (6’0”-PG-88) of Australia
PG: Facundo Campazzo (181-PG-91) of Argentina
SF: Joe Ingles (6’8”-SF-87) of Australia
C: Rudy Gobert (7’1”-C-92) of France

Honorable Mention
Mateusz Ponitka (198-SF-93) of Poland
A.J. Slaughter (191-G-87) of Poland
Gabriel Deck (199-SF-95) of Argentina
Victor Claver (207-F-88) of Spain
Donovan Mitchell (6’3”-G-96) of USA
Kemba Walker (6’1”-PG-90) of USA
Aron Baynes (6’10”-C-86) of Australia
Nando De Colo (196-G-87) of France
Nikola Jokic (6’10”-C-95) of Serbia
Ondrej Balvin (217-C-92) of Czech Republic
Giannis Antetokounmpo (6’11”-G/F-94) of Greece
Anderson Varejao (211-C-82) of Brazil
Danilo Gallinari (6’10”-SF-88) of Italy
Andrey Vorontsevich (207-PF-87) of Russia
Jonas Valanciunas (7’0”-C-92) of Lithuania
Josh Okogie (6’4”-G-98) of Nigeria
Salah Mejri (217-C-86) of Tunisia
Isaac Fotu (203-F-93) of New Zealand
Dennis Schroeder (5’11”-PG-93) of Germany
Cedi Osman (6’9”-F-95) of Turkey
Khem Birch (6’10”-C-92) of Canada
Ricardo Ratliffe (203-F-89) of South Korea
Ahmad Al-Dwairi (209-C-93) of Jordan

Tags : RICKY RUBIO, USA BASKETBALL, SPANISH NATIONAL TEAM  


youtube Best Player:Ricky Rubio(6’4”-G-90) of Spain 1st Team G:Ricky Rubio(6’4”-G-90) of Spain G/F:Bogdan Bogdanovic(6’6”-G/F-92) of Serbia SG:Evan Fournier(6’6”-SG-92) of France C:Marc Gasol(7’1”-C-85) of Spain F/C:Luis Scola(206-F/C-80) of Argentina 2nd Team PG:Tomas Satoransky(6’7”-PG-91) of Czech Republic PG:Patrick Mills(6’0”-PG-88) of Australia PG:Facundo Campazzo(181-PG-91) of Argentina SF:Joe Ingles(6’8”-SF-87) of Australia C:Rudy Gobert(7’1”-C-92) of France  
youtube Spain – Argentina 95:75 Spain celebrated their second ever World Cup Gold. They beat Argentina in the Final in Beijing tonight to claim the title. Ricky Rubio (193-G-90) provided 20 points and 7 rebounds to lead the champions. Spain opened the game on a 14:2 run. But Argentina found their answer in Brussino as he scored 8 consecutive points to keep Argentina close. Spain however finished the quarter on a strong rally to take a 23:14 lead after ten minutes. Spain quickly ballooned the lea…  
Spain – Argentina 95:75

Spain celebrated their second ever World Cup Gold. They beat Argentina in the Final in Beijing tonight to claim the title. Ricky Rubio (193-G-90) provided 20 points and 7 rebounds to lead the champions.
Spain opened the game on a 14:2 run. But Argentina found their answer in Brussino as he scored 8 consecutive points to keep Argentina close. Spain however finished the quarter on a strong rally to take a 23:14 lead after ten minutes. Spain quickly ballooned the lead to as many as 14 points in the second period. Nicolas Laprovittola (190-PG-90) came up for Argentina to drag the Latin American side back within 8 points. But Spain stayed confident restoring a double-digit lead and finishing the first half up by 12 points 43:31. Spain started to overwhelm Argentina in the third quarter. Ricky Rubio completed three-point play to give Spain a massive 22-point lead 55:33. But Deck and Facundo Campazzo (181-PG-91) drained back-to-back three-pointers to keep Argentina hopeful. Spain did not allow Argentina any closer in the reminder of the period. The European team accumulated a 66:47 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Argentina tried their hardest to cut the deficit. They narrowed the gap to 11 points but it was as close as Spain allowed them to get. The European powerhouse executed to perfection in the final stages of the games and rallied to the triumph. Marc Gasol (216-C-85) accounted for 14 points, while Rudy Fernandez (197-SF-85), Willy Hernangomez (210-C-94) and Juancho Hernagomez added 11 points each for the winners. Gabriel Deck (199-SF-95) answered with 24 points for Argentina. Nicolas Laprovittola delivered 17 points in the defeat.

Tags : RICKY RUBIO, USA BASKETBALL, SPANISH NATIONAL TEAM

youtube France – Australia 67:59 France stepped onto the pedestal in China. They overcame Australia in an intense consolation final battle in Beijing tonight to claim Bronze medals. Nando De Colo (196-G-87) posted 19 points to lead les Bleues. The teams entered the game fighting passionately at both ends. Defense dominated in the first half. Australia held France to just 11 points in the opening quarter to take a 5-point lead. The Boomers stayed aggressive defensively in the second period. Austr…  
France – Australia 67:59

France stepped onto the pedestal in China. They overcame Australia in an intense consolation final battle in Beijing tonight to claim Bronze medals. Nando De Colo (196-G-87) posted 19 points to lead les Bleues.
The teams entered the game fighting passionately at both ends. Defense dominated in the first half. Australia held France to just 11 points in the opening quarter to take a 5-point lead. The Boomers stayed aggressive defensively in the second period. Australia limited their opponents to just 21 points in the first half to take a 9-point halftime lead. Joe Ingles (203-SF-87) gave Australia a 38:23 lead early in the third period. But France responded with a 17:4 rally of their own to pull within two points 42:44 late in the period. France denied the deficit early in the fourth quarter as Nando De Colo gave them a 47:46 lead. Andrew Bogut regained the lead for Australia at 52:50 but Andrew Albicy (177-PG-90) immediately responded with a three-pointer to keep France in charge. Andrew Albicy soon hit another trey to give France a 63:56 advantage. Patrick Mills (183-PG-88, college: St.Mary’s, CA) pulled the Boomers within 5 points with a three-pointer. But Nando De Colo converted a layup and Nicolas Batum (203-SF-88) added a free throw to make it 67:59 for France with 25 seconds to go and they never surrendered that lead. Evan Fournier (198-SG-92) produced 16 points, while Andrew Albicy and Nicolas Batum produced 9 points each in the victory. Joe Ingles answered with 17 points for Australia. Patrick Mills had 15 points in the loss.

Tags : NANDO DE COLO, WORLD CUP BASKETBALL, FRENCH NATIONAL TEAM


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