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Overview of Day 3 in Cairo - Jul 4, 2017

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Group A
Argentina - New Zealand 74-70
Argentina held off New Zealand to occupy the second spot in Group A. Matias Solanas (192-G-98) stepped up with 16 points to lead the Latin American side. Argentina used a strong 29:16 run in the second term to open a 15-point halftime lead. The Kiwis went on a determined comeback rally in the second half but came up just short at the end. Lautaro Lopez (188-PG-99) connected for 14 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds in the victory. Quinn Clinton (194-G-99) responded with 19 points and 12 rebounds for New Zealand.

South Korea - France 55-87
France earned the third straight win in Cairo. They bruised South Korea to enter the playoffs undefeated. Bastien Vautier (210-C-98) tallied 14 points and 10 boards for les Bleues. France piled up a 39:29 halftime lead. They unloaded 48 points in the second half to rally to the victory. Eljadji Diawara provided 13 points for the winners. Ha Yungi (203-C-99) responded with 14 points for South Korea.

Group B
Germany - Egypt 66-40
Germany coasted past Egypt to end up in the second position in Group B. Philipp Herkenhoff (208-PF-99) accounted for 11 points in the win. Germany established a 39:23 halftime lead. They wrapped up the game on a 20:4 run to earn a comfortable victory. Isaac Bonga (204-F/G-99) had 7 points in the win. Esam Mostafa (196-PF-99) responded with 11 points and 14 boards for Egypt.

Puerto Rico - Lithuania 57-96
Lithuania registered the third consecutive win in Cairo. They drubbed Puerto Rico to remain unbeaten. Tadas Sedekerskis (203-F/G-98) and Grantas Vasiliauskas (204-PF-99) provided 15 points each for the Baltic team. Lithuania fired 53 points in the first half to take a 17-point halftime lead. Lithuania followed with a 22:9 run in the third term to run away. Rokas Gadiliauskas (205-C-98) had 12 points and 12 rebounds in the win. Luis Lopez (182-G-98) responded with 14 points for Puerto Rico.

Group C
Spain - Mali 62-43
Spain cruised past Mali to remain undefeated in Egypt. Bernat Vanaclocha (210-C-98) posted 11 points and 9 boards to lead well-balanced effort from Spain. They secured a 17:7 lead ten minutes into the game. Spain then followed with a 21:7 rally in the fourth term to ice the win. Joshua Tomaic (206-F-98) provided 9 points in the victory. Sekou Dembele (202-C-98) responded with 13 points for Mali.

Canada - Japan 100-75
Canada cruised past Japan to finish second in Group C. Lindell Wiggington (186-PG-98) posted 21 points and 9 caroms for the winners. Japan enjoyed a narrow 21:20 lead ten minutes into the game. But Canada unloaded 57 points in the next two quarters to surge ahead for good. Rowan Barrett and Danilo Djuricic (204-F-99) accounted for 20 points each for Canada. Rui Hachimura (203-F-98) responded with 21 points and 11 boards for Japan.

Group D
Italy - USA 65-98
USA drubbed Italy to finish on top of Group D. P.J. Washington (208-C/F-98) delivered 20 points to lead the charge. USA sank 53 points in the first half to grab a 14-point lead. They limited the Azzurri to just 6 points in the third term to boost the gap to unassailable 28-point mark. Cameron Reddish (204-F-99) produced 15 points for the winners. Davide Denegri (183-SG-98, agency: Two Points) responded with 14 points and 6 boards for Italy.

Iran - Angola 48-70
Angola celebrated the first victory in Cairo. They beat Iran to open win count at the championship. Eric Amandio (191-PG-98) notched 16 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists to lead the effort. Iran and Angola went neck and neck throughout the first half. The scoreboard read 28:28 at the big break. But Angola used a 25:7 fourth quarter run to secure the winning outcome. Silvio de Sousa (204-PF-98) banked in 13 points and 15 rebounds for the African youngsters. Amirhossein Azari (192-SF-98) responded with 15 points for Iran.


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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]

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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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