Brazil - Poland 79-70 Brazil celebrated the first win at the 2011 U19 World Championship in Latvia. They overcame Polish counterparts to improve at 1-1 record in Group B. Brazil thus caught up with Poland in the ladder. Raul Neto (186-PG-92) stepped up with 16 points and 5 assists to pace the Latin American side. Poland ensured the better start to the game. They rallied to a 22:18 lead at the first intermission. Brazil tipped off the second period on an 11:2 run to surge ahead. Soon Brazil stretched the gap to double digits late in the first half. Grochowski dropped five points in a row to drag Poland within 9 points at halftime 32:41. Poland went on a 16:0 rally to erase the deficit and pull in front. Poland maintained the advantage and entered the fourth quarter up by two points 52:50. Brazil ignited a 20:6 run midway through the fourth frame to take a 76:64 lead with just over a minute remaining. Poland never recovered and had to yield at the end. Cristiano Felicio (206-C-92) contributed 12 points for Brazil. Bruno Irigoyen (202-G/F-92) and Andre Vezaro (190-G-92) accounted for 10 points apiece in the win. Michal Michalak (194-G-93) responded with 14 points for Poland. Piotr Niedzwiedzki (210-F-93) delivered 13 points and 7 boards in defeat.
Tunisia - Russia 55-101 Russia destroy Tunisia at the start of Day 2 at the U19 FIBA World Championships. The European side had a three-digit winning number at 101:55 victory. It was not an easy start for Russia that trailed 6:8 after Maher Souabni (185-G-92)'s shot. Layter Artem Vikhrov and Gleb Goldyrev (200-F-93) put Russia in front at 20:14 and they won the first period 21:16. The second frame however became the benefit for the European team that erupted with 29-13 and reached 50:29 at the halftime. Dmitry Kulagin (195-G-92) nailed three in the start of the third period and then Russia added 23-14 in the next ten minutes. Mikhail Karpachev gave Russia three digits number making the jump shot at the very end. Dmitry Kulagin led the way with 18 points, while Alexander Varnakov (185-G-92) netted 15. Vladislav Trushkin (200-F-93) ended up with 14 points for Russia and Gleb Goldyrev posted 11. Omar Abada (189-G-93) ended up with 12 points for Tunisia, while Sofian M'Rad (198-F-92),, Maher Souabni and Ahmed Manai (205-C-92) had 8 each.
Australia - Latvia 68-78 Latvia recorded the second straight win at U19 World Championship. The hosts fired past Australia to improve at 2-0 record in Group B. Australia fell at 1-1 record after the loss. Kaspars Vecvagars (191-G-93) stepped up with 24 points and 6 assists to lead the effort. Latvia led by three points at the first break 18:15. The teams traded baskets throughout the second period. The hosts managed to ensure a 3-point lead at the interval 35:32. The third quarter turned decisive in the game. Latvia stepped on the gas firing 29 points in the third quarter. Australia faced a 17-point deficit heading into the fourth period. Latvia withheld a furious comeback pressure from the Emus to clinch the second win in a row at the tournament. Davis Bertans (205-C-92) notched 22 points, while Edmunds Dukulis (204-C-92, agency: Players Group) added 20 points in the victory. Mitchell Creek (198-F/G-92) answered with 20 points, 5 boards and 4 assists for Australia. Igor Hadziomerovic (195-G-92) netted 14 points in the losing effort.
Taiwan - Argentina 69-80 Argentina clinched the first win at the U19 World Championship. The Latin American side overcame Taiwan in preliminary Group B action. Carlos Paredes (196-F-92) stepped up with 19 points to lead the effort. Taiwan in the meantime fell at 0-2 record. The teams traded baskets throughout the opening quarter. Argentina eked out a narrow 17:16 lead ten minutes into the game. Argentina started to clear off in the second frame. They ensured a 38:31 halftime lead. Argentina stunned Taiwan right after the big break. The Latin American side outscored their opponents 29:10 in the third frame to boost the gap at 26-point mark with one quarter remaining. Taiwan went on a desperate rescue rally in the fourth period. They cut the distance but never threatened the margin in the final term. Luciano Massarelli (183-PG-93) delivered 12 points for the winners. Marcos Delia (206-C-92) contributed 8 points in the victory. Hung Kang-Chiao (191-F-92) answered with 18 points for Taiwan. Chen Ying-Chun (181-PG-93) had 15 points, 6 boards and 3 assists in the loss.
Canada - Croatia 84-88 Croatia U19 improved to 2-0 record at the World Championship. The European team outscored Canada U19 88:84 to send North American team to 1-1 record. Croatia U19 started better as Toni Katic brought 10-2 in the opening tip. Dyshawn Pierre (198-F-93) tied the game at 14:14, while Dario Saric gave Croatia 26:21 at the end of the first period. Julian Clarke (191-G-92) nailed three for 31:31 in the second frame, while Mario Hezonja (196-G-95) made it even at 37:37. Dario Saric sent the teams to the lockers as Croatia enjoyed the minimum 44:43 deficit after 20 minutes in the court. Canada won the third frame 20-18 and Sim Bhullar (223-C-92) brought 63:62 on the board. Mario Hezonja started the last frame with the three-pointer and Croatia later imprved to 81:72 midway through the last frame. Junior Lomomba reduced to 82:79, but Boris Barac (206-F-92) made a free throw for 86:81. Marko Ramljak (201-F/G-93, agency: Interperformances) added later two for 88:82 and Canada scored the last two that became the final score in the game. Mario Hezonja led the way with 21 points, while Boris Barac had 18 points and 16 rebounds. Dario Saric collected 14 points and 13 rebounds, whilst Marko Ramljak notched 12. Kevin Pangos (186-PG-93) poured in 19 points for Canada while Dyshawn Pierre collected 16 points and 11 rebounds. Julian Clarke nailed 11, whilst Sim Bhullar added 10.
Lithuania - South Korea 117-64 Lithuania overcame South Korea in Day 2 of the FIBA U19 World Championship. The Blatic State destroyed the opponent from Asia 117:64 at the Preliminary Round. Lithuania started well and grabbed easily 33-11 after the first 10 minutes. They added 30-21 in the second period for massive 63:33 halftime advantage. In the second half the Baltic team looked also better and produced 31-12 and 23-20 in the third and the last periods respectively. Jonas Valanciunas (210-C-92) stepped up with 25 points and 17 rebounds for the winners, while Vytenis Cizauskas (190-G-92) collected 22 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists. Arnas Butkevicius (199-F-92) followed them with 15, while Edgaras Ulanovas (198-G-92) notched 13. Kim Jun-Yl (202-C-92) chipped in 13 points in the losing effort and Lee Seounghyun (201-C-92) had 12. Lithuania improved to 1-1 record and will play tomorrow with Canada. South Korea suffered their second loss to face Croatia in Day 3.
Serbia - USA 78-80 USA U19 registered the second win at the FIBA World Championships. The defending champions grabbed 80:78 over Serbia U19 due to the first half. USA started better and reached 21-17 in the first period. The defending champions continued well and added 17-14 in the second period. They enjoyed 7 points advantage at the halftime, but then the European team went back on track. Serbia reduced to 4 points after 22-19 in the third frame and looked forward for the last period. They also won the fourth quarter 25-23, but could not win the game and upset the favorites. USA escaped the narrow win for 2-0 record in the group. Joe Jackson (182-G-92) paced all the winners with 19 points and Patric Young (205-F/C-92) netted 13. Tim Hardaway Jr. (195-G-92) and Tony Mitchell (206-F/C-92) followed them with 11 points apiece. Aleksandar Cvetkovic (185-PG-93) replied with 20 points in the losing effort as Serbia is tied at 1-1 in Group D. Marko Gujanicic (202-F-92) posted 16 and Petar Lambic (195-G-92) scored 11 points.
Egypt - China 100-96 2OT Egypt recovered well after the starting loss to the USA at the U19 World Championship in Latvia. The African team shocked China in a heart-stopping double-overtime game tonight to improve at 1-1 record D. China on the other hand suffered the second loss in a row to remain winless. Egypt opened the game with a 9:3 run and maintained the lead throughout the opening quarter. They recorded a 16:10 lead after ten minutes. China tipped off the second frame with nine unanswered points to spur in front. But Egypt capped the half with a 14:2 run to regain the lead at 34:25. The African team boosted the margin to double figures midway through the third quarter. Egypt arrived at the final intermission up by 13 points 56:43. China went on a desperate rescue rally in the fourth frame. Hanchen Luo, Wang Zirui (190-G-93) and Mingxin Ju narrowed the gap at just 6 points with over three minutes remaining. Mingxin Ju followed with another triple as the gap grew thinner. Ailun Guo dragged China within one point 69:70 with just over two minutes to go. Omar Mohammed got fouled and sank both free throws to keep Egypt in charge. Assem Ahmed (205-C-92) knocked down four free throws but a three-pointer from Wang Zirui and a jumper from Mingxin Ju forced overtime. The teams went neck and neck throughout the first extra period. China finally surged ahead 85:81 but Hatem Hossam and Youssef Shousha nailed six points in a row to give Egypt an 87:85 lead. Ailun Guo drained a jumper to level things up at 87 and forced the second overtime. Hatem Hossam, Seif Samir (205-C-93) and Omar Mohammed ensured a 7-point lead for the African side in the second extra frame. But Mingxin Ju reacted with a treble to keep China hopeful. Assem Ahmed and Omar Mohammed followed with four points and Egypt hung on to escape with a dramatic victory at the end. Assem Ahmed finished with 25 points and 16 boards for Egypt. Seif Samir added 21 points and 8 rebounds in the victory. Zhai Xiaochuan (205-F-93) responded with game-high 28 points for China. Wang Zirui had 18 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists in defeat.
2017 World Cup Draw takes place in Cairo - 16 days ago
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The 2017 U19 World Cup official draw has been held in Cairo, Egypt today. The tournament is schedule to take place in Egypt from July 1st through 9th. Sixteen teams have been drawn into four groups of four teams each. Following the suspension of the Brazilian Basketball Federation, a fourth team from the Americas will be announced by FIBA soon. Formerly known as the FIBA U19 World Championship, the tournament now carries the name of FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup to be in line with naming... [read more]
The 2017 U19 World Cup official draw has been held in Cairo, Egypt today. The tournament is schedule to take place in Egypt from July 1st through 9th. Sixteen teams have been drawn into four groups of four teams each. Following the suspension of the Brazilian Basketball Federation, a fourth team from the Americas will be announced by FIBA soon. Formerly known as the FIBA U19 World Championship, the tournament now carries the name of FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup to be in line with naming convention ofFIBA events from 2017 onwards.
Group A: Americas TBA, New Zealand, South Korea, France Group B: Germany, Egypt, Puerto Rico, Lithuania Group C: Canada, Japan, Spain, Mali Group D: Iran, Angola, Italy and USA.
The USA will enter the tournament as two-time defending champions having won the titles back in 2013 and 2015.
Spanish city of Zaragoza to host 2016 FIBA U17 World Championships; Egypt and Italy to stage 2017 FIBA U19 World Championships - 11 months ago
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FIBA's Central Board on Saturday announced that the 2016 FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women will take place in Zaragoza, Spain and also revealed the hosts of the 2017 FIBA U19 World Championships. The Egyptian capital of Cairo will be the backdrop of next year's FIBA U19 World Championship, the first-ever FIBA world youth event staged in Africa. Meanwhile, the Italian cities of Udine and Cividale Del Friuli will host the FIBA U19 Women's World Championship. This summer's FIBA... [read more]
FIBA's Central Board on Saturday announced that the 2016 FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women will take place in Zaragoza, Spain and also revealed the hosts of the 2017 FIBA U19 World Championships. The Egyptian capital of Cairo will be the backdrop of next year's FIBA U19 World Championship, the first-ever FIBA world youth event staged in Africa. Meanwhile, the Italian cities of Udine and Cividale Del Friuli will host the FIBA U19 Women's World Championship. This summer's FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women will be played jointly for the first time ever - as part of a youth world basketball festival - from 22 June-3 July. This comes after FIBA endorsed the Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB)'s proposal of having a unique and innovative sporting event that combines all the elements most attractive to youth basketball players - competition, fun, shared experience, music and technology. The young players from 16 men's and 16 women's national teams - and united by the excitement of basketball - will have the opportunity to be part of a diverse community, sharing experiences with people of the same age group from different cultures and backgrounds
Here are the countries that qualified and will compete in the 2016 FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women: MEN (23 June-3 July) Host: Spain Africa: Egypt, Mali Americas: USA, Canada, Argentina, Dominican Republic Asia: Korea, Chinese Taipei, China Europe: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Lithuania, Turkey, France, Finland Oceania: Australia
WOMEN (22 June-2 July) Host: Spain Africa: Mali, Nigeria Americas: Canada, Brazil, USA, Mexico Asia: China, Japan, Korea Europe: Czech Republic, Portugal, Italy, Latvia, France Oceania: Australia
USA - Croatia 79-71 OT
The USA clinched the title at the World Championship in Heraklion. They overcame Croatia in a thrilling Final tonight. Jalen Brunson (188-G-97) scored 14 points, dished out 7 assists and grabbed 5 rebounds to pace Team USA to an overtime triumph. It was a high-quality basketball from start to finish. The USA had a slight advantage throughout the first half. They registered a 34:31 halftime lead. The USA entered the fourth quarter up by three points 50:47. [read more]
USA - Croatia 79-71 OT The USA clinched the title at the World Championship in Heraklion. They overcame Croatia in a thrilling Final tonight. Jalen Brunson (188-G-97) scored 14 points, dished out 7 assists and grabbed 5 rebounds to pace Team USA to an overtime triumph. It was a high-quality basketball from start to finish. The USA had a slight advantage throughout the first half. They registered a 34:31 halftime lead. The USA entered the fourth quarter up by three points 50:47. But Croatia erased the deficit in the fourth frame. Bozic hit a late free throw to even things up at 67. Jalen Brunson had a chance to win it for the USA in regulation but missed a three-pointer. Team USA tipped off the extra period with 10 unanswered points and never looked back en route to the win. Jayson Tatum (203-F-98) and Harry Giles (206-F-98) delivered 13 points each for the champions. Nik Slavica (201-F-97) responded with game-high 23 points for Croatia. Marko Arapovic (207-C/F-96) provided 16 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.
Greece - Turkey 71-80 Turkey upset hosting Greece in Heraklion and earned the Bronze medals at the championship. Furkan Korkmaz (197-SG-97) produced 28 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Turkey eked out a 36:31 halftime lead. They went on a decisive 20:13 run in the third period to record a 12-point lead. Greece responded with a 27-point effort in the final quarter but could not avoid the defeat. Egemen Guven (206-C-96) netted 16 points and collected 8 rebounds for Turkey. Tyler Dorsey (193-SG-96) responded with 19 points for Greece.
Canada - Italy 77-44 Canada clinched the fifth position in Greece. They toppled Italy in the final game at the tournament. Dillon Brooks (198-F-96) was pivotal with 28 points for the North American team. Canada rolled to a comfortable 43:21 halftime advantage. They did not slow down in the second half coasting to the victory at the end. Corey Johnson (196-G-96) delivered 11 points for Canada. Martino Mastellari (191-SG-96) responded with 13 points for the Azzurri.
Spain - Australia 72-103 Australia capped their tournament's campaign with a bang as they thrashed Spain to earn the seventh position. Tanner Krebs (196-G-96) stepped up with 31 points to lead the Emus. Australia dominated from start to finish in this one. They accumulated a 43:25 halftime lead. Spain knocked down 28 points in the third term to narrow the gap. However the Emus responded with a 37-point effort in the fourth quarter to ice the victory. Jack McVeigh (203-F-96, college: Nebraska) tossed in 15 points to lead Australia. Xabier Lopez (198-SF-97) answered with 17 points for Spain.
Argentina - Serbia 76-77 Serbia escaped with a narrow victory over Argentina in their final game in Heraklion. Serbia came from behind after a slow start and managed to wrap up the tournament on a winning note. Argentina enjoyed a 20:14 lead ten minutes into the game. But Serbia reacted with a 24:11 run in the second period to pull in front. They withheld comeback efforts from the Latin American team in the second half and sealed a tough win at the end. Vanja Marinkovic (198-SG-97) finished with 18 points for Serbia. Vojislav Stojanovic (200-G-97) delivered 16 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Martin Fernandez accounted for game-high 29 points for Argentina.
Egypt - South Korea 101-88 Egypt earned the 11th overall position at the championship. They wrapped up their campaign with a confident win over South Korea. Mohamed Taha Mohamed stepped up with 27 points, 6 boards and 4 assists for the African team. Egypt rallied to a 49:36 halftime lead. They protected it well throughout the second half cruising to the victory. Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed accounted for 22 points and 13 rebounds in the win. Kyungwon Kim (199-C-96) responded with 24 points and 10 rebounds for South Korea.
Dominican Republic - Iran 71-50 Dominican Republic outgunned Iran in the final game in Heraklion. Andres Feliz (183-SG-97) was responsible for 22 points in the win. Dominican Republic accumulated a 38:27 halftime lead. Iran got within 6 points at the final intermission. But Dominican Republic erupted for 20:5 run in the fourth quarter and sealed the victory. Yerri Flores (188-PG-96) chipped in 13 points for the Latin American team. Rezayifar Navid (191-SG-96) responded with 19 points for Iran.
Tunisia - China 68-80 China finished their World Championship campaign on a high note. They overcame Tunisia to clinch the 15th overall position. Zhao Rui (193-F-96) accounted for 25 points and 8 assists for China. They recorded a 40:36 halftime lead. China stretched the gap at 13-point mark heading into the fourth quarter. They never looked back afterwards marching to the win. Yang Kai (197-F-96) delivered 18 points for China. Achref Gannouni (194-SG-97) responded with 17 points for Tunisia.
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