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Day One of Marchand Cup 2011 - Aug 25, 2011


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Carlos
Arroyo
Brazil - Canada 88-70

Brazil had a joyful Day One of Marchand Continental Championship Cup 2011. The host of this event celebrated 88-70 victory against Canada for 1-0 record. Puerto Rico also won in Day One so Brazil and Puerto Rico currently share the first place. Canada and Dominican Republic have 0-1. Tiago Splitter (211-C/F-85, agency: Interperformances) and Rafael Hettsheimeir (206-C-86) were the leading players in Brazil with 14 points each. Guilherme Giovannoni (202-F-80, agency: Interperformances) followed them with 13 pts and home squad had two more players with double-digits. In the loosing squad, Carl English (192-G-81, college: Hawaii) delivered 17 points. Denham Brown (198-F-83, agency: Edge Sports, college: Connecticut) had 16 and Jevohn Shepherd (196-F-86, college: Michigan) added 14 points, plus 7 boards. Brazil destroyed Canada in the first ten minutes 24-2 and never looked back after that. Quarters: 24-2, 21-16, 17-20, 26-32. In Day Two, Brazil will meet Dominican Republic. Canada will take on Puerto Rico.

Brazil: Tiago Splitter 14, Rafael Hettsheimeir 14, Guilherme Giovannoni 13
Canada: Carl English 17, Denham Brown 16, Jevohn Shepherd 14+7 boards



Puerto Rico - Dominican Republic 99-77

Puerto Rico cruised past Dominican Republic in Day One of the Marchand Continental Championship Cup 2011. They celebrated 99-77 win sharing the first place with Brazil, who outplayed Canada also yesterday. Carlos Arroyo (188-G-79, college: FIU) was a key player for the winners. He spent 32 minutes on the court collecting 28 points and 6 assists. Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) also was great adding 19 points and 9 assists to this victory. Ricky Sanchez (212-C/F-87) and Alejandro Carmona (194-G/F-83) (6 rebs) helped with 15 and 12 points respectively. In Dominican Republic, Jack Michael Martinez (203-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) was better than the others with 19 points and 9 rebounds. Al Horford (208-F/C-86, college: Florida) and Luis Flores (188-G-81, college: Manhattan) (5 as) had 14 and 9 points respectively. Quarters: 23-14, 23-20, 32-26, 21-17. In Day Two, Puerto Rico will meet Canada. Dominican Republic will play against Brazil.

Puerto Rico: Carlos Arroyo 28+6 as, Jose Juan Barea 19+9 as, Ricky Sanchez 15, Alejandro Carmona 12+6 boards
Dominican Republic: Jack Michael Martinez 19+9 boards, Al Horford 14, Luis Flores 9+5 as

  




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Marchand Cup Standings
 1. Canada 4-0 
 2. P.Rico 2-1 
 3. Argentina 1-2 
 4. Brazil 1-2 
 5. Dominican R. 0-3 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Luis SCOLA
  ARG
  (206-F/C-80)
  Avg: 17.7
 1. Scola, ARG17.7 
 2. Nocioni, ARG16.0 
 3. Vassallo, PUR15.3 
 4. Batista, BRA15.0 
 5. Wiggins, CAN14.5 
 6. Laprovittola, ARG13.3 
 7. Sosa, DOM13.0 
 8. Lima, BRA12.3 
 9. Flores, DOM12.0 
 10. Bennett, CAN11.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Edward SANTANA
  ESP
  (203-F/C-80)
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Santana, ESP9.5 
 2. Scola, ARG9.3 
 3. Bennett, CAN7.5 
 4. Liz, DOM7.0 
 5. Ejim, CAN6.8 
 6. Sanchez, ESP6.5 
 7. Clemente, USA6.0 
 8. Vassallo, PUR5.7 
 9. Lima, BRA5.7 
 10. Vargas, DOM5.5 
Assists Per Game
 Francisco GARCIA
  DOM
  (201-F/G-81)
  Avg: 5
 1. Garcia, DOM5.0 
 2. Scola, ARG4.0 
 3. Feldeine, DOM4.0 
 4. Sosa, DOM4.0 
 5. Fischer, BRA3.7 
 6. Joseph, CAN3.7 
 7. Benite, BRA3.0 
 8. Rivera, PUR2.7 
 9. Gonzalez, PUR2.3 
 10. Scrubb, CAN2.3 
Steals Per Game
 Marcus Vinicius TOLEDO
  ESP
  (201-F-86)
  Avg: 2
 1. Toledo, ESP2.0 
 2. Clemente, USA2.0 
 3. Garino, ARG1.7 
 4. Liz, DOM1.5 
 5. Pena, DOM1.5 
 6. Balkman, USA1.5 
 7. Joseph, CAN1.3 
 8. Benite, BRA1.3 
 9. Deck, ARG1.3 
 10. Diaz, GEO1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Eloy VARGAS
  DOM
  (211-C-88)
  Avg: 2
 1. Vargas, DOM2.0 
 2. Sanchez, ESP1.5 
 3. Balkman, USA1.0 
 4. Santana, ESP1.0 
 5. Powell, CAN0.8 
 6. Wiggins, CAN0.8 
 7. Vassallo, PUR0.7 
 8. Batista, BRA0.7 
 9. Collier, USA0.7 
 10. Scola, ARG0.7 
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