Domino's All-Stars clinched an impressive high-flying victory in the All-Star Game. Jay Threatt (180-G-89, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Delaware St.) stepped up with 24 points, 11 boards and 10 assists to lead the winners. He was named the games MVP. Domino's All-Stars opened the game scoring freely. They accounted for 37 points in the opening quarter to take a 10-point lead. They maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. Domino's All-Stars arrived at halftime up by 11 points 69:58. They went for 37 points in the third term to boost the gap. Iceland conceded 42 points in the fourth frame and had to surrender at the end. Billy Baptist (196-F-87, college: Quincy) provided 22 points, while Michael Craion (195-F-89, college: ORU) had 19 points and Marcus Van (201-F/C-85, college: Cent.Michigan) finished with 16 points and 17 rebounds for the winners. Kristofer Acox (195-G-93) answered with 20 points for the natives. Sigurdur Thorsteinsson (204-C-88) delivered 17 points in the loss.
Iceland U16 finished second in Solna - May 16, 2013
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Iceland U16 finished second in Solna at the Nordic Championship Men U16. The team won 4 games and lost only one to Denmark that became the champion.
In Day 1 Iceland U16 rolled over Estonia U16 86:67. The teams were tied at the halftime before a 27-13 burst in the third period. Kristinn Palsson (186-F) top-scored for the winners with 34 points and 9 boards, while Kari Jonsson netted 19. Kregor Hermet and Sander Viilup (186-SG-97) answered with 12 points each in defeat [read more]
Iceland U16 finished second in Solna at the Nordic Championship Men U16. The team won 4 games and lost only one to Denmark that became the champion. In Day 1 Iceland U16 rolled over Estonia U16 86:67. The teams were tied at the halftime before a 27-13 burst in the third period. Kristinn Palsson (186-F) top-scored for the winners with 34 points and 9 boards, while Kari Jonsson netted 19. Kregor Hermet and Sander Viilup (186-SG-97) answered with 12 points each in defeat. In Day 2 Iceland U16 destroyed Norway U16 109:48. Iceland dominated the whole game and reached 61-point victory due to the win in all four quarters. Kristinn Palsson led the well-balanced team with 16 points, while Halldor Hermannsson (183-G-97) and Kari Jonsson added 15 apiece. August Nicolay Volckmar delivered 18 points in the losing case. In Day 3 Iceland U16 posted a 97:64 win against Finland U16. Iceland managed to win all the quarters in the game and dominated the court. Ragnar Fridriksson and Kristinn Palsson top-scored for the winners with 19 points each, while Hilmir Kristjansson brought 17. Aatu Kivimaki (177-PG-97) chipped in with 14 in defeat, while Edon Maxhuni delivered 11. Iceland U16 closed Day 4 defeating Sweden U16 81:53. Although the teams exchanged the victories in the first two quarters, Iceland pushed the tempo in the second half and added 26-8 and 22-17 respectively in the third and the last quarters. Hilmir Kristjansson stepped up with 16 points for the winners and Kristinn Palsson followed him with 14 points. Craig Lecesne and Tobias Sjoberg (201-C-97) poured in 10 points each in defeat. Denmark U16 finished the campaign with 5-0 record beating Iceland U16 88:69 in the last game. The winners of the tournament started with 31-16 lead and never looked behind after. Tage Dembele (201-F-97) and Jacob Glarbjerg Larsen posted 21 points each for the winners. Kari Jonsson top-scored in the game with 24 points for the opponents.
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