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Play-Off bracket4
Round: 3 (Preliminary Round) - Jul 5, 2010


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Przemyslaw
Karnowski
Group A
Lithuania - Egypt 97-77
Lithuania U17 and Egypt U17 closed Day 3 at the FIBA U17 World Championship. the Baltic side needed 97:77 win to take 2-1 record in the group. Egypt started from the perimeter, while the Baltic state score the first three points due to Semaska's shots. Lithuania won the opening tip and increased later to 26:20 at the end of the first period. Again Semaska was first for the Lithuanian team in the second period to bring 28:20. Moustafa Ahmed meanwhile netted for Egypt to pull them back to 30:28. Both teams scored some more baskets before the break as European side enjoyed 41:36 advantage after 20 minutes of the game. They also started better in the third period and took 15-point lead when Narkevicius Rokas hit the 3 point shot at 51:36. Lithuania however could not keep the advantage as Egypt cut it to 66:62 at the end of the third stanza. Lekys made two points inside the paint for 68:65 and then again Lithuania increased the lead. They created a 12-0 run to seal 84:68 outcome with less than 4 minutes in the game. Egypt could not recover from that run and suffered the third loss. Mockevicius Mantas led the winners with 21 points as Lithuania shares the second place with Serbia in Group A. Simonas Kymantas (204-C-93) collected massive 19 points and 17 rebounds, while Narkevicius Rokas added 16. Abbas Omar and Moustafa Ahmed delivered 15 points each for Egypt. Hamdy Ahmed followed them with 12 as their team dropped to 0-3 record.

Argentina - Serbia 56-62
Serbia U17 improved to 2-1 record beating Argentina U17 in Game 3 of Day 3. The European side won the first two quarters to keep the score for the final 62:56 win. Nenad Miljenovic (194-G-93) made two points inside the paint to give the first lead for the Serbian squad. Argentina later had 6:4 and 8:6 lead, while Jankovic made two points inside the paint for 12:8 and Benitez closed the period at 12:10. Argentina tied the game in the beginning of the second frame and then even took when Massareli scored for 19:16. Serbia responded with some more basket and Nenad Miljenovic closed the half at 28:23. In the beginning of the third quarter Serbia managed to take 33:25 lead and Milosevic later made a two with a free throw for 42:35. No matter how hard the team from Latin America tried to tie the game, Serbia finished thirty minutes with 46:41 advantage. Garino Patricio made two points inside the paint to bring Argentina to 46:48. Benitez made two points inside the paint for 52:50, while Serbia increased a bit later in the game. After 5-0 run they increased to 58:51 and the last points score mostly from the free throw line. Nenad Miljenovic top-scored for the winners with 14 points as his team took 2-1 record. Mitrovic Luka nailed 11, while Cvetkovic Aleksandar added 9. Bortolin Matias responded with 13 points for the Argentinian side, whilst Garino Patricio had 11 points and 10 rebounds.

USA - China 113-73
USA U17 remain undefeated in Hamburg as the team overcame China U17 in Day 3. The favorites outscored China U17 113:73 to take the third straight win in Germany. USA easily score the first seven points in the game and had 13:2 later in the quarter. O'Bryant made two points inside the paint for 19:9 in the middle of the period. Michael Gilchrist made two free throws at the end of it for 29:14. China however started to reduce early in the second and reduced to 31:21. ZHAI made two points inside the paint in the middle of the second period for 37:26. Andre Drummond made two points inside the paint for 47:36 at the halftime. China was still too far to give up in the third period as they trailed 58:49 with 6 minutes in the quarter. Moreover Zhai made two points inside the paint for 62:55. USA needed a huge run to take 77:59 at the end of thirty minutes. The favorites held off the opponents in the last stanza and won the game. They exploded with 36-14 in the last frame to seal the third victory. Marquis Teague made two points inside the paint for the final success. James McAdoo (206-F-93) stepped up with 26 points for the winners. Bradley Beal netted 20, while Adonis Thomas posted 15. Zhu Xuhang finished the night with 17 points in the losing effort. Wang Zirui nailed 13, while Xu Tao notched 10.

Group B
Germany - Poland 33-79
Whatever happened to the hosts of the FIBA U17 World Championship they would try to forget as soon as possible. Poland U17 smashed Germany U17 79:33 and took 3-0 record. In the game between two undefeated teams after two days it was expected the European battle in Hamburg. Poland however looked much better in the game and started with 20:6 in the opening quarter. Michal Michalak made two points inside the paint for 24:6, while Besnik Bekteshi hit the 3 point shot to give Germany only 9. Both squads left the court as the Polish side had 30:14 halftime advantage. Jakob Krumbeck made a three points in a row to remain Germany alive with 30:22 and it seemed the intrigue would be back. A 24-0 run however shocked the team and the spectators as well. Poland finished third quarter with 52:22 and closed the run at 54:22 in the beginning of the last stanza. In the last period Poland enjoyed 27-11 and reached a surprising victory at the Championship. Jakub Koelner made two points inside the paint to bring the victory for the winners. Przemyslaw Karnowski (213-C-93) top-scored for the winners with 24 points as Poland took 3-0 record. Mateusz Ponitka delivered 13 and Michal Michalak notched 12. Jakob Krumbeck and Bogdan Radosavljevic answered with 8 points in the losing case.

Spain - Canada 72-79
Canada earned the second win at the U17 World Championship in Hamburg. They knocked down Spain to improve at 2-1 record in Group B. Spain slipped at 1-2 after the loss. Kevin Pangos (186-G-93) and Duane Notice finished with 13 points each to lead the North American team. Canada and Spain stayed close in the opening frame. The teams went neck and neck as the scoreboard read 18:18 at the first pause. Canada shifted the gear in the second stanza. The North American team fired 23 points and accumulated an 11-point halftime advantage. Spain responded at the start of the third stanza. They ignited a 16:3 rally that put them in charge. Kevin Pangos helped Canada to reply late in the stanza as they regained the lead at 63:57 with ten minutes to go. The teams stayed close before Duane Notice and Kevin Pangos teamed up for a bunch of key buckets propelling Canada to an important win at the end. Dyshawn Pierre provided 10 points for the winners. Junior Lomomba and Olivier Hanlan had 8 points each for Canada. Jorge Sanz answered with 15 points for Spain. Daniel Diez finished with 14 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.

South Korea - Australia 70-84
Australia stayed alive in the U17 World Championship title quest. They held off South Korea in the third round of action to enjoy the opening win at the tournament. Andrija Dumovic (206-C-83) came up with 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners. South Korea in the meantime suffered the third straight defeat at the tournament. The teams exchanged baskets in a high-scoring first quarter. Australia ended the frame leading by 5 points 25:20. Moon Seong-Gon and Lee Dong-Yeop put South Korea in front late in the second stanza. The Asian team posted a 39:32 lead at halftime. Australia bounce back late in the third quarter. They wrapped up the term with a 12:0 run to surge ahead 57:51. Andrija Dumovic, Odigie and Mitch Norton helped the Aussie team to a 68:57 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Australia maintained the pressure in the final minutes of the encounter and escaped with a tough win at the end. Daniel Hill knocked down 14 points for Australia. Mitch Norton added 13 points for the winners. Han Hui-Won responded with 16 points for South Korea. Lee Dong-Yeop contributed 14 points in the losing effort.

  




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World Championships U17 Final Standings
 1. USA
 2. Turkey
 3. Lithuania
 4. Spain
 5. Canada
 6. France
 7. Australia
 8. S.Korea
 9. Bosnia
 10. China
 11. Dominican R.
 12. Finland
 13. Argentina
 14. Taiwan
 15. Mali
 16. Egypt
Last:7/4/2016
World Championships U17 Standings
Group A
 1. USA 5-0 
 2. Australia 4-1 
 3. China 3-2 
 4. Czech Rep. 2-3 
 5. France 1-4 
 6. Egypt 0-5 
Group B
 1. Croatia 5-0 
 2. Spain 3-2 
 3. Argentina 3-2 
 4. Canada 3-2 
 5. Lithuania 1-4 
 6. S.Korea 0-5 
Last:7/17/2012
Points Per Game
 Dzanan MUSA
  BIH
  (203-G-99)
  Avg: 34
 1. Musa, BIH34.0 
 2. Hoard, FRA22.4 
 3. Lin, TAI21.3 
 4. Martinez, ESP19.9 
 5. Lee, KOR18.9 
 6. Barrett Jr., CAN18.4 
 7. Lopez, ARG17.1 
 8. Sexton, USA17.0 
 9. Khalaf, EGY17.0 
 10. Campara, BIH15.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ahmed KHALAF
  EGY
  (206-F/C-99)
  Avg: 14
 1. Khalaf, EGY14.0 
 2. Martinez, ESP12.9 
 3. Duran, TUR12.0 
 4. Mostafa, EGY11.6 
 5. Froling, AUS10.4 
 6. Mirambeaux, DOM10.4 
 7. Jankovic, BIH9.1 
 8. Zhu, CHN8.9 
 9. Atar, TUR8.7 
 10. Cerkezovic, BIH8.6 
Assists Per Game
 Arnas VELICKA
  (192-PG-99)
  Avg: 4.7
 1. Velicka, LTU4.7 
 2. Chen, TAI4.3 
 3. Sexton, USA4.2 
 4. Alocen, ESP4.0 
 5. Lee, KOR3.9 
 6. Campara, BIH3.9 
 7. Nembhard, CAN3.7 
 8. Beyhurst, FRA3.7 
 9. Smart, USA3.4 
 10. Cerkezovic, BIH3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Oluwasimisola SHITTU
  (210-C-99)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Shittu, CAN3.5 
 2. Nembhard, CAN3.0 
 3. Brown, USA2.9 
 4. Velicka, LTU2.7 
 5. Haidara, MLI2.7 
 6. Lopez, ARG2.4 
 7. Trent, USA2.3 
 8. Alocen, ESP2.3 
 9. Knox II, USA2.2 
 10. Shin, KOR2.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Ahmed KHALAF
  EGY
  (206-F/C-99)
  Avg: 4.4
 1. Khalaf, EGY4.4 
 2. Zhu, CHN1.4 
 3. Sarr, FRA1.4 
 4. Froling, AUS1.3 
 5. Minaya, DOM1.3 
 6. Pons, FRA1.3 
 7. Atar, TUR1.3 
 8. Dante, MLI1.2 
 9. Valdez, DOM1.2 
 10. Jackson, USA1.2 
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