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Overview of Day 2 in Cairo - Jul 2, 2017

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Group A
France - New Zealand 80-69
France topped New Zealand for the second straight win in Group A. Enzo Goudou-Sinha (184-PG-98) stepped up with 18 points and 6 assists in the victory. New Zealand eked out a 37:36 halftime lead. But les Bleues went on a 44:32 second half rally to seal the win. Bastien Vautier (210-C-98) and Adam Mokoko tossed in 12 points each for France. Samuel Waardenburg (208-PF-99) responded with 14 points and 9 boards for New Zealand.

South Korea - Argentina 76-100
Argentina recorded the first victory in Cairo. They cruised past South Korea for 1-1 record in Group A. Leonardo Lema (201-F/G-98) came up with 32 points and 10 rebounds for the winners. Argentina grabbed a 51:34 halftime lead. They dominated throughout the second half and raced to a comfortable win at the end. Lautaro Lopez (188-PG-99) provided 18 points in the win. Kim Jinyoung (193-F-98) responded with 18 points for South Korea.

Group B
Lithuania - Egypt 88-50
Lithuania registered the second straight win in Group B. They stormed past Egypt today. Arnoldas Kulboka (205-SF-98) provided 19 points to lead the winners. Lithuania used a 33:8 run in the second term to open a massive 55:21 halftime advantage. The Baltic team stayed in control throughout the second half and sealed the win. Tadas Sedekerskis (203-F/G-98) chipped in 11 points in the victory. Omar Elsheikh (197-F-98) replied with 14 points and 9 boards for Egypt.

Puerto Rico - Germany 49-69
Germany bounced back from the starting loss to beat Puerto Rico for the opening win in Group B. Oscar Da Silva (207-PF-98) accounted for 14 points and 9 boards to pace the winners. Germany established a 34:24 halftime lead. They followed with a 20:8 run in the fourth frame to ice the win. Louis Olinde (205-SF-98) posted 11 points and 11 boards for Germany. Leandro Allende (198-G-97) responded with 16 points for Puerto Rico.

Group C
Mali - Japan 73-76
Japan overcame Mali to climb at 1-1 record in Group C. Keisuke Masuda (191-G/F-98) stepped up with 16 points for the winners. Mali enjoyed a 16:12 lead ten minutes into the game. Japan pulled within a single point at halftime 32:31. The Asian side dropped 25 points in the third quarter to spur ahead. They protected a slim lead throughout the final term and clinched a vital win at the end. Rui Hachimura (203-F-98) accounted for 15 points and 12 rebounds in the win. Ousmane Traore (192-F-98) responded with 15 points for Mali.

Spain - Canada 78-73
Spain held off Canada to improve at 2-0 record at the championship. Aleix Font (192-F/G-98) came up with 19 points to lead the effort. Spain accumulated a 39:33 halftime lead. Canada pulled within 4 points at the final intermission. But Spain knocked down 21 points in the fourth term and got away with a tough win at the end. Pol Figueras (187-PG-98) added 14 points and 7 assists for the winning side. Abu Kigab (201-F/G-98) responded with 16 points and 8 boards for Canada.

Group D
Italy - Iran 64-45
Italy overcame Iran to secure the second consecutive victory in Cairo. Tommaso Oxilia (198-F-98, agency: Players Group) tallied 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Azzurri. Italy secured a 30:22 halftime lead. They extended the margin at 15-point mark at the final intermission and never looked back en route to the win. David Okeke (202-F/C-98, agency: Interperformances) posted 15 points in the victory. Amirhossein Azari (192-SF-98) answered with 13 points for Iran.

USA - Angola 109-68
USA had little trouble posting the second straight win in Cairo. They marched past Angola to remain undefeated. Seven players scored in double digits for the winners. Josh Okogie (193-G-98) came up with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists for the USA. They sank 60 points in the first half to pile up a 34-point halftime lead. USA controlled the tempo in the second half and raced to the win. Austin Wiley (211-F/C-99) produced 16 points and 16 rebounds for the winners. Silvio de Sousa (204-PF-98) and Rifen Miguel (202-PF-99) answered with 19 points each for Angola.


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Canada wins Gold in Cairo - 3 months ago
FINAL Canada - Italy 79-60 Canada are crowned champions in Cairo. They prevailed against Italy in the Final. Rowan Barrett Jr. (201-SF-00) posted 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the winners. Canada grabbed a 24:10 lead ten minutes into the game. The North American side dropped 27 points in the second term to ensure a 15-point halftime lead. Canada held the Azzurri to just 24 points in the second half and marched to the triumph. Abu Kigab (201-F/G-98) and Nathan Darling (196-G-98) provi...   [read more]

Canada and Italy to clash for title in Cairo - 3 months ago
SEMIFINALS Spain - Italy 63-66 Italy snatched a narrow win over Spain to reach the championship game in Cairo. Lorenzo Bucarelli (196-G/F-98) stepped up with 15 points to pace the Azzurri. Spain dominated in the opening quarter. They built a 22:9 lead after ten minutes. But Italy used a 20:8 rally in the second stanza to pull within one point. Spain and Italy exchanged baskets throughout the third term. Spain enjoyed a narrow lead heading into the final stanza but Italy ignited a 21:17 r...   [read more]

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World Cup U19 Final Standings
 1. Canada
 2. Italy
 3. USA
 4. Spain
 5. Germany
 6. Lithuania
 7. France
 8. Argentina
 9. P.Rico
 10. Japan
 11. N.Zealand
 12. Egypt
 13. Angola
 14. S.Korea
 15. Iran
 16. Mali
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 21.6
 1. Barrett-Jr, CAN21.6 
 2. Hachimura, JPN20.6 
 3. de-Sousa, ANG17.3 
 4. Sedekerskis, LTU15.4 
 5. Kigab, CAN14.7 
 6. Wynyard, NZL14.3 
 7. Kulboka, LTU13.7 
 8. Cruz, PUR13.4 
 9. Corvalan, ARG13.3 
 10. Vila, ESP13.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Silvio DE SOUSA
  Avg: 13.1
 1. de-Sousa, ANG13.1 
 2. Khalaf, EGY12.8 
 3. Hachimura, JPN11.0 
 4. Wiley, USA10.9 
 5. Vila, ESP10.9 
 6. Kigab, CAN10.6 
 7. Keita, MLI10.3 
 8. Khandanpoor, IRI9.8 
 9. Wynyard, NZL9.3 
 10. Tillie, FRA8.7 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.1
 1. Corvalan, ARG6.1 
 2. Park, KOR5.7 
 3. Figueras, ESP5.7 
 4. Jokubaitis, LTU5.3 
 5. Youssef, EGY5.3 
 6. Sedekerskis, LTU4.9 
 7. Goudou-Sinha, FRA4.7 
 8. Barrett-Jr, CAN4.6 
 9. Letoa, NZL4.6 
 10. Wigginton, CAN4.2 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Amandio, ANG2.1 
 2. Texeira, PUR1.9 
 3. Cruz, PUR1.9 
 4. Figueras, ESP1.7 
 5. Reddish, USA1.7 
 6. Da-Silva, GER1.7 
 7. Penna, ITA1.7 
 8. Barrett-Jr, CAN1.7 
 9. Pritchard, USA1.6 
 10. Sedekerskis, LTU1.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 3
 1. Khalaf, EGY3.0 
 2. Wynyard, NZL2.0 
 3. McCoy, USA1.6 
 4. Khandanpoor, IRI1.5 
 5. Hachimura, JPN1.4 
 6. Da-Silva, GER1.4 
 7. Caruso, ITA1.3 
 8. Mostafa, EGY1.3 
 9. Masiulis, LTU1.0 
 10. Ha, KOR1.0 

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