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Panamerican Games 2011 - Men Basketball



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Panamerican Games Final Standings
 1. P.Rico
 2. Mexico
 3. USA
 4. Dom.Republic
 5. Brazil
 6. Canada
 7. Argentina
 8. Uruguay

Points Per Game
 Jack Michael MARTINEZ
  (203-F/C-81)
  Avg: 21.2
 1. Martinez, DOM21.2 
 2. Barea, PUR21.0 
 3. Balkman, PUR17.0 
 4. Sandes, ARG15.5 
 5. Harris, MEX15.0 
 6. Magalhaes, BRA14.3 
 7. Osimani, URU14.0 
 8. Scrubb, CAN14.0 
 9. Borsellino, URU12.8 
 10. Ward, CAN12.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jack Michael MARTINEZ
  (203-F/C-81)
  Avg: 11.4
 1. Martinez, DOM11.4 
 2. Mata, MEX10.2 
 3. Balkman, PUR7.8 
 4. Thomas, USA7.6 
 5. Klassen, CAN7.5 
 6. Sandes, ARG7.5 
 7. Borsellino, URU6.8 
 8. Giovannoni, BRA6.0 
 9. Guzman, DOM5.8 
 10. Espinoza, ARG5.5 
Assists Per Game
 Martin OSIMANI
  URU
  (194-G-81)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Osimani, URU5.8 
 2. Dos Santos, BRA4.5 
 3. Barea, PUR4.4 
 4. Magalhaes, BRA3.3 
 5. Dentmon, USA3.2 
 6. Soliver, DOM3.2 
 7. Laprovittola, ARG3.0 
 8. Stoll, MEX2.8 
 9. Cequeira, ARG2.7 
 10. Gonzalez, ARG2.5 
Steals Per Game
 Marcelo MAGALHAES
  (199-F/G-75)
  Avg: 2
 1. Magalhaes, BRA2.0 
 2. Coronado, DOM1.8 
 3. Balkman, PUR1.8 
 4. Soliver, DOM1.6 
 5. Mendez-V., MEX1.6 
 6. Dos Santos, BRA1.5 
 7. Strong, PUR1.4 
 8. Dyson, USA1.4 
 9. Pena, DOM1.4 
 10. Hobin, CAN1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Real MATA
  USA
  (205-C-86)
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Mata, MEX3.2 
 2. Stiemsma, USA2.0 
 3. Felicio, BRA1.0 
 4. Balkman, PUR1.0 
 5. Becker, BRA1.0 
 6. Martinez, DOM1.0 
 7. Newsome, URU0.8 
 8. Klassen, CAN0.8 
 9. Ward, CAN0.8 
 10. Ubiles, PUR0.6 
Check also WOMEN Panamerican Games 2011



Puerto Rico won Gold in Guadalajara (Photo: fibaamerica.com)

2011 ROSTER
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Starting five
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Miguel Ali Berdiel
Berdiel
Filiberto Rivera
Rivera
Manuel Antonio Narvaez
Narvaez
Manuel De Jesus
De Jesus
Luis Villafane
Villafane
#e#5
Miguel Ali Berdiel 198-G-83 Humacao Puerto Rico
Filiberto Rivera 190-PG-82 San German Puerto Rico
Manuel Antonio Narvaez 211-C-81 Coamo Puerto Rico
Manuel De Jesus 206-C/F-83 San German Puerto Rico
Luis Villafane 208-C/F-81 Santurce Puerto Rico
Jose Juan Barea 181-PG-84 Dallas M. USA
Gabriel Colon 200-G/F-84 Guaynabo Puerto Rico
Daniel Santiago 216-C-76 Arecibo Puerto Rico
Carlos Arroyo 188-G-79 Boston C. USA
Renaldo Balkman 201-F-84 New York K. USA
Carlos Strong 191-G-87 San German Puerto Rico
Edwin Ubiles 198-G/F-86 Mayaguez Puerto Rico

Flor Melendez Head Coach Bayamon Puerto Rico
Carlos Morales Assistant Bayamon Puerto Rico


Latinbasket.com All-Panamerican Games Awards 2011 - Oct 31, 2011

Latinbasket.com All-Tournament 1st Team 2011
#s#
Renaldo Balkman
Balkman
Jose Juan Barea
Barea
Jovan Harris
Harris
Jack Michael Martinez
Martinez
Real Mata
Mata
#e#5

Best Player: Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84) of Puerto Rico
Best Guard: Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84) of Puerto Rico
Best Forward: Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84) of Puerto Rico
Best Center: Real Mata (205-C-86) of Mexico
Best Coach: Flor Melendez of Puerto Rico

1st Team
PG: Jose Juan Barea (181-84) of Puerto Rico
G/F: Jovan Harris (191-81) of Mexico
F: Renaldo Balkman (201-84) of Puerto Rico
F/C: Jack Michael Martinez (203-81) of Dominican Rep.
C: Real Mata (205-86) of Mexico

2nd Team
G: Martin Osimani (194-81) of Uruguay
F/G: Marcelo Magalhaes (199-75) of Brazil
F/G: Matias Sandes (201-84) of Argentina
F: Lance Thomas (203-88) of USA
C: Daniel Santiago (216-76) of Puerto Rico

Honorable Mention
Edwin Ubiles (198-G/F-86) of Puerto Rico
Justin Dentmon (183-G-85) of USA
Juan Coronado (196-G-83) of Dominican Rep.
Owen Klassen (208-F-91) of Canada
Luciano Gonzalez (196-F-90) of Argentina
Nicolas Borsellino (202-F-86) of Uruguay


Gold belongs to Puerto Rico - Oct 30, 2011

FINAL

Mexico - Puerto Rico 72-74
Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) hit the go ahead shot with less than three seconds to play as Puerto Rico beat host Mexico 74-72 to win the men's basketball gold medal at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara.
Barea's pull-up jumper near the foul line put Puerto Rico up for good, the final basket in a hard-fought game that was marked by multiple lead changes.
Mexico had one more chance, but a last second shot fell short as the buzzer sounded.
The win made it a clean sweep for Puerto Rican basketball. The island women's team beat Mexico exactly a week ago to win its first ever Pan American gold medal.
It was the third Pan American Games gold medal for Puerto Rico on the men's side, coming 20 years after the island last won it all in 1993 in Havana. The team previously won in Sao Paolo in 1963. (*Courtesy of www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com)
Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84, college: S.Carolina) shined for Puerto Rico with double-double of 28 points and 12 rebounds. Hero Jose Juan Barea had 18 points and 8 assists, while big guy Daniel Santiago (216-C-76, agency: Priority Sports, college: N.Mexico) added 14 pts and 6 boards for his country. For the host of Panamerican Games 2011, Jovan Harris (191-G/F-81, college: USF) netted 18 points. Paul Stoll (178-G-85) scored 14 and Hector Hernandez (206-F-85, agency: Duran International, college: Fresno St.) added 9 pts, plus 6 rebs. Quarters: 21-19, 14-16, 16-15, 21-24. USA won the Bronze in Guadalajara.

Mexico: Jovan Harris 18, Paul Stoll 14, Hector Hernandez 9+6 boards
Puerto Rico: Renaldo Balkman 28+12 boards, Jose Juan Barea 18+8 as, Daniel Santiago 14+6 boards
Third place
USA - Dominican Republic 94-92
With the bronze medal secured, the players rushed to mid court to celebrate.
There, the United States men's basketball team joined the players from the Dominican Republic, dancing together and hugging each other as the Mexican crowd cheered.
'I overcame tears, because that was a special moment,' U.S. coach Nate Tibbetts said after his team beat the Dominicans 94-92 for bronze at the Pan American Games. 'It's brotherhood. It's fellowship.'
Lance Thomas (6'8''-F-88, college: Duke) scored a team-high 14 points Sunday to give the Americans their best finish at the games since a silver in Winnipeg in 1999.
The bronze was a disappointing result for a U.S. team trying to win the Pan American gold for the first time since 1983, but the players who were put together just a few weeks before the tournament said they are leaving Guadalajara glad to have learned from the experience.
'We enjoyed it and it's going to be something that we will remember for the rest of our lives,' U.S. guard Justin Dentmon said.
Thomas said the mutual celebration at the end of the match showed how much the Americans embraced the spirit of the Pan Am Games.
'It was amazing, was special to be able to celebrate together afterwards,' he said. 'They started and we just got in there together. The fans appreciated us being there.' (*Courtesy of www.sportsillustrated.cnn.com)
Lance Thomas led the winners in scoring with 14 points. Marcus Lewis (6'8''-F/C-86, college: ORU) (7 rebs) and Justin Dentmon (6'0''-G-85, college: Washington) (5 as) helped USA with 12 points each. On the other side, Dominicans got 25 points and 9 rebounds from Elys Manuel Guzman (6'9''-F/C-82, college: Bemidji St.). Their second scorer was Jack Michael Martinez (6'8''-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) with 21 pts (9 rebs) and Juan Coronado (6'5''-G-83) stopped to 13 pts in this meeting (5 rebs). Quarters: 30-28, 21-17, 17-23, 26-24. Puerto Rico won the Gold in Guadalajara.

USA: Lance Thomas 14, Marcus Lewis 12+7 boards, Justin Dentmon 12+5 as
Dominican Republic: Elys Manuel Guzman 25+9 boards, Jack Michael Martinez 21+9 boards, Juan Coronado 13+5 boards



Day 4: Puerto Rico and Mexico to fight for Gold - Oct 29, 2011

SEMIFINALS

Puerto Rico - Dominican Republic
85-77
Puerto Rico advanced to the Big Final in Guadalajara. They eliminated Dominican Republic in the Semis 85-77. Puerto Ricans will meet host Mexico in the Gold medal game. Dominican will try to earn a bronze, but it won't be easy. Their rival is USA. Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) shined with 22 points and 5 assists for the winners. Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84, college: S.Carolina) had 14 pts and 7 rebs, while Edwin Ubiles (198-G/F-86, college: Siena) added 13 pts and 6 rebs. In Dominican Republic, Jack Michael Martinez (203-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) collected 20 pts and 8 rebs. Elys Manuel Guzman (206-F/C-82, college: Bemidji St.) and Juan Coronado (196-G-83) had 15 and 12 pts respectively. Quarters: 23-18, 20-19, 23-16, 19-24. Sunday is the last day of the competition.

Mexico - USA 71-55
Mexico eliminated USA in the Semifinals of the Panamerican Games 2011. The host of this event handed 71-55 loss to USA and will meet Puerto Rico in the Finals. USA will fight for the Bronze and their rival will be Dominican Republic. Jovan Harris (191-G/F-81, college: USF) paced Mexico to victory in this meeting with 15 points and 5 rebounds. Real Mata (205-C-86) had 12 points and 9 rebs. Third scorer in Mexico was Pedro Meza Rogel (186-G-85, college: Arizona W. CC) with 9 points. On the other side, Leo Criswell-Lyons (206-F-87, college: Missouri) was better than the others with 13 points. Jerome Dyson (191-G-87, college: Connecticut) (5 rebs) and Blake Ahearn (188-G-84, college: Missouri St.) had 10 and 9 pts respectively. Quarters: 11-15, 23-14, 13-12, 24-14. Sunday is the last day of the championship in Guadajalara.
Places 5-6
Canada - Brazil 56-74
Brazil finished as the fifth ranked team at the Panamerican Games 2011 in Guadalajara. They outplayed Canada in the last day of the competition 56-74. Canada finished as No.6 at this event. Marcelo Magalhaes (199-F/G-75, agency: Interperformances) led the winners with 19 points and 6 rebounds. Lucas Cipolini (206-F/C-86, college: BYU-Hawaii) scored 11 and Cristiano Felicio (206-C-92) added 10 pts, plus 6 rebounds in this victory. On the other side, Canada got 10 points from Philip Scrubb (194-G-92). Owen Klassen (208-F-91) (12 rebs) and Warren Ward (196-G-89) scored 8 points each. Quarters: 21-22, 15-14, 9-17, 11-21. Puerto Rico the Gold in Guadalajara. The Bronze belongs to USA.
Places 7-8
Argentina - Uruguay 71-69
Argentina grabbed 71-69 win against Uruguay to avoid the last place at the Pan Am Games 2011 in Guadalajara. Argentina finished as the seventh ranked team at this event. Uruguay is No.8. Matias Sandes (201-F/G-84) led Argentina to victory with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Luciano Gonzalez (196-F-90) had 15 pts and Marcos Delia (206-C-92) scored 8. In defeat, Nicolas Borsellino (202-F-86) was better than the others with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Martin Osimani (194-G-81, college: Duquesne) had 13 pts and 8 assists, and Emiliano Baston (200-F-88) also scored 13 pts. Quarters: 22-16, 18-12, 20-20, 11-21. Puerto Rico won the Gold at this event. The Bronze belongs to USA.


Day Three: Semifinals are set in Guadalajara - Oct 29, 2011
Group A
Mexico - Argentina 83-56
Mexico was better than Argentina in do-or-die game 83-56. The host of Panamerican Games 2011 advanced to Semifinals as the second ranked team of Group A with 2-1 record. Their rival at the next stage will be USA. Argentina slipped to the last place in this pool and failed to reach the Semis. They will meet Uruguay for position No.7. Jovan Harris (191-G/F-81, college: USF) shined for Mexico with 22 points. Victor Mariscal (198-F-72) had 16 points and Christopher Hernandez (188-G-83, college: Stanford) helped with 11. In Argentina, Luciano Gonzalez (196-F-90) delivered 15 points. Matias Sandes (201-F/G-84) had 12 points and 8 rebs, while Alejandro Alloatti (203-F/C-84) stopped to 7 pts. Quarters: 18-15, 12-10, 25-16, 28-15. Semifinals and classification games will be played today.

Puerto Rico - Canada 80-58
Puerto Rico won the first place in Preliminary Group A of the Panamerican Games 2011. Puerto Ricans handed 80-58 loss to Canada for 2-1 record at this phase. Of course, Puerto Rico advanced to the Semifinals where they will meet Dominican Republic. Canada dropped to 1-2 and finished as No.3 in this pool. They will meet Brazil in the battle for fifth place. Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) paced Puerto Rico to victory scoring 25 points. Edwin Ubiles (198-G/F-86, college: Siena) had 17 pts and Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84, college: S.Carolina) helped with 9 pts, plus 8 rebounds in this meeting. Canada got 15 points and 5 boards from Warren Ward (196-G-89). Owen Klassen (208-F-91) and Cole Hobin (198-G-89) netted 7 points each. Quarters: 21-19, 21-9, 19-15, 19-15. Competition continues today.
Group B
USA - Uruguay 80-82
First win for Uruguay in Guadalajara, but it came to late. Uruguayans grabbed 80-82 win against USA, who already secured first place in Group B on Thursday. Uruguay improved to 1-2, but it was not enough to avoid the last place in this pool. They will meet Argentina in the battle for the seventh place today. As mention above, USA won Group B with 2-1 record. They will play against Mexico in the Semifinals. Martin Osimani (6'5''-G-81, college: Duquesne) collected 23 points and 6 assists in this victory. Bruno Fitipaldo (6'0''-PG-91) had 17 points and Nicolas Borsellino (6'8''-F-86) added 13 pts, plus 8 boards. Jerome Dyson (6'3''-G-87, college: Connecticut) shined in USA with 19 points. Their second scorers were Blake Ahearn (6'2''-G-84, college: Missouri St.) and Justin Dentmon (6'0''-G-85, college: Washington) with 9 points each. Quarters: 29-20, 24-22, 11-20, 16-20. Championship continues today.

Dominican Republic - Brazil 85-77
Dominican Republic did a great job against Brazil yesterday. Dominicans outplayed their rivals 85-77 for 2-1 record in Group A, what was enough for the second place and a spot in the Semifinals. They will meet Puerto Rico in the Semis today. On the other side, Brazil didn't make it to the next stage. They finished as No.3 with 1-2 record. Brazil will play against Canada for the fifth place at the Panamerican Games. Jack Michael Martinez (203-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) was a key player in victory with 22 points and 9 rebounds. Victor Liz (188-G/F-88) scored 15 points and Kelvin Pena (193-G-80, college: Southeastern CC) followed him with two less. In the loosing squad, Marcelo Magalhaes (199-F/G-75, agency: Interperformances) had 17 points and 5 assists. Arthur Silva (199-F/G-82) had 15 and Guilherme Giovannoni (202-F-80, agency: Interperformances) scored 11 pts, plus he grabbed 5 boards. Quarters: 20-19, 13-21, 23-29, 29-8.


Day Two in Guadalajara: USA first to Semifinals ticket - Oct 28, 2011
Group A
Argentina - Puerto Rico 79-78
Very exciting game and thriller win for Argentina against Puerto Rico. Both teams have 1-1 record now in Group A. Actually, Mexico and Canada also have the same score, so today will be the crucial day for all four teams. The winners of today's games will advance to Semifinals of the Panamerican Games in Guadalajara. Matias Sandes (201-F/G-84) led Argentina to victory with 15 points and 8 rebounds. Luciano Gonzalez (196-F-90) and Luis Cequeira (180-G-85) scored 12 points each, and Nicolas Romano (197-F/C-87) added one point less, plus 7 rebounds. In the loosing squad, Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) shined with 24 points. Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84, college: S.Carolina) had 16 pts and 7 rebs, while Daniel Santiago (216-C-76, agency: Priority Sports, college: N.Mexico) collected 12 points and 8 boards. Quarters: 24-22, 25-19, 13-22, 17-15. Argentina will meet Mexico today. Puerto Rico will play against Canada.

Canada - Mexico 65-79
Mexico registered first victory in Guadalajara. The host of Panamerican Games 2011 outplayed Canada 65-79 and both teams have 1-1 record in Group A now. Argentina and Puerto Rico have the same numbers and today's games will be do-or-die for all teams. Real Mata (205-C-86) exploded for the hosts with 14 points and 15 rebounds (valuation 30). Victor Mariscal (198-F-72) was the top-scored in victory with 16 points and Orlando Mendez-Valdez (185-G-86, college: W.Kentucky) helped with 14 pts, plus 5 boards. In defeat, Warren Ward (196-G-89) delivered 20 pts. Owen Klassen (208-F-91) had 17 points and 9 rebounds, and Jordan Baker (192-G-91, college: Utah Valley St.) added 10 pts in this loss. Quarters: 7-22, 14-17, 19-21, 25-19. Mexico will play against Argentina today. Canada will take on Puerto Rico.
Group B
Brazil - USA 77-88
USA is the first team who secured the Semifinals in Guadalajara. They handed 77-88 loss to Brazil for perfect 2-0 record in Group B. Brazil dropped to 1-1 and still has a chance to reach the next stage. Blake Ahearn (188-G-84, college: Missouri St.) led the winners with 21 points. Justin Dentmon (183-G-85, college: Washington) had 16 points and 6 assists, while Jerome Dyson (191-G-87, college: Connecticut) and Donald Sloan (191-G-88, college: Texas A&M) helped with 10 points each. In Brazil, Welington Dos Santos (185-PG-81) collected 16 points and 7 assists. Vitor Alves (190-F/G-90) and Murilo Becker (210-C/F-83) (7 rebs) delivered 15 and 12 points respectively. Quarters: 18-19, 20-13, 23-24, 16-32. Today, USA will play against Uruguay. Brazil will meet Dominican Republic in do-or-die game. The winner will advance to Semifinals.

Uruguay - Dominican Republic 55-69
Dominican Republic celebrated first win at Panamerican Games 2011 in Guadalajara. Dominicans were better than Uruguay 55-69 for 1-1 record in Group B and they kept Semifinals hope alive. Uruguay dropped to 0-2 and lost all chances to reach the next stage. Juan Coronado (196-G-83) paced Dominicans to victory scoring 17 points. Jack Michael Martinez (203-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) had 12 points and impressive 21 points, while Elys Manuel Guzman (206-F/C-82, college: Bemidji St.) also had double-double, including 12 pts and 10 rebs. Uruguay got 16 points and 8 rebounds from Martin Osimani (194-G-81, college: Duquesne). Nicolas Borsellino (202-F-86) scored 12 and Bruno Fitipaldo (183-PG-91) stopped to 9 pts. Quarters: 15-17, 19-19, 12-13, 9-20. Dominicans will meet Brazil today and the winner will advance to Semifinals. Dominicans will play against strong USA.


Day One in Guadalajara - Oct 27, 2011
Group A
Canada - Argentina 83-79 OT
Canada and Argentina played a very exciting game in Day One of the Panamerican Games 2011 in Guadalajara. Canada celebrated 83-79 victory and they needed an overtime to do it. Both teams are placed to Preliminary Group A together with Argentina and host Mexico. Philip Scrubb (194-G-92) was a key player in victory with 35 points. He scored 8 triples in this meeting. Tyson Hinz (199-F-91) had 13 points and 5 rebs, while Owen Klassen (208-F-91) helped his country with 7 points and 7 rebs. Nicolas Laprovittola (189-G-90) responded with 16 points in defeat. Matias Sandes and Nicolas Romano (197-F/C-87) netted 12 and 11 points respectively. Quarters: 16-22, 18-17, 10-14, 26-17, 13-9 OT. In the next round, Canada will meet Mexico. Argentina will take on Puerto Rico.

Mexico - Puerto Rico 69-73
Mexico failed in the first round in Guadalajara. The host of Panamerican Games 2011 was defeated by Puerto Rico 69-73. Both teams are placed to Preliminary Group A at this event. Other participants of this pool are Canada and Argentina. Renaldo Balkman (201-F-84, college: S.Carolina) paced Puerto Rico to victory with 18 points and 5 rebounds. NBAer Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) had 16 points and 6 rebs, while center Daniel Santiago (216-C-76, agency: Priority Sports, college: N.Mexico) helped with 10 pts. The hosts got 20 points from Orlando Mendez-Valdez (185-G-86, college: W.Kentucky). Their second scorer was Hector Hernandez (206-F-85, agency: Duran International, college: Fresno St.) with 17 pts (7 rebs) and Omar Quintero (183-G-81, college: S.Nazarene) added 10 pts. Quarters: 24-16, 20-22, 7-16, 18-19. Today, Puerto Rico will meet Argentina. Mexico will play against Canada.
Group B
Brazil - Uruguay 80-71
Brazil had a joyful Day One in Guadalajara. Brazilians were better than Uruguay 80-71 to open the Panamerican Games 2011. They are placed to Group B together with USA and Dominican Republic. Brazil had six players with double digits in scoring yesterday. Guilherme Giovannoni (202-F-80, agency: Interperformances) was the leading one with 15 points (8 rebs). Welington Dos Santos (185-PG-81) had 14 and Arthur Silva (199-F/G-82) helped with 13 points, plus 5 rebs. In the loosing squad, Bruno Fitipaldo (183-PG-91) top-scored with 16 points. Reque Newsome (204-C-81, college: S.Indiana) and Nicolas Borsellino (202-F-86) (5 rebs) netted 12 and 11 points respectively. Quarters: 19-18, 17-17, 20-16, 24-20. Brazil will meet USA today. Uruguay will play against Dominican Republic.

Dominican Republic - USA 76-77
USA escaped with 76-77 victory against Dominican Republic in Day One of the Panamerican Games 2011 in Guadalajara. Americans had to work very hard to get this victory and they have 1-0 record now in Preliminary Group B. Participants of this pool are also Brazil and Uruguay. Lance Thomas (6'8''-F-88, college: Duke) shined for the winners with double-double of 15 points and 16 rebounds. Jerome Dyson (6'3''-G-87, college: Connecticut) scored 12 points, while Donald Sloan (6'3''-G-88, college: Texas A&M) and Ehambe Moses Randall (6'6''-G/F-86, college: ORU) helped with 8 points each. On the other side, Jack Michael Martinez (6'8''-F/C-81, agency: Paris Global Sports) impressed with 31 points and 10 rebounds. Ricardo Soliver (6'3''-G-84, college: Iona) had 13 points and 5 assists, and Juan Coronado (6'5''-G-83) stopped to 10 pts. Quarters: 20-20, 17-9, 20-25, 19-23. USA will take on Brazil today. Dominicans will try to get their first win against Uruguay.


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