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.
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.
Brazil celebrate the trophy in Toronto - 2 Years ago
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Canada - Brazil 71-86
Brazil rolled over hosting Canada to celebrate the title at the Panamerican Games in Toronto. Augusto Lima (207-C-91), Rafael Hettsheimer (206-C-86) and Larry Taylor (185-PG-80, college: Missouri Western) scored 13 points each to lead well-balanced effort from the Latin American powerhouse. Brazil did not waste time jumping to a comfortable 48:29 halftime lead. Canada stopped the rot in the third term. The hosts pulled within 13 points at the final interm... [read more]
Canada - Brazil 71-86 Brazil rolled over hosting Canada to celebrate the title at the Panamerican Games in Toronto. Augusto Lima (207-C-91), Rafael Hettsheimer (206-C-86) and Larry Taylor (185-PG-80, college: Missouri Western) scored 13 points each to lead well-balanced effort from the Latin American powerhouse. Brazil did not waste time jumping to a comfortable 48:29 halftime lead. Canada stopped the rot in the third term. The hosts pulled within 13 points at the final intermission. But Brazil sank 19 points in the fourth frame and eased to the victory. Anthony Bennett (203-F-93, college: UNLV) provided 18 points and 9 rebounds, while Jamal Murray (198-F/G-97) added 12 points in the loss.
USA - Dominican Republic 87-82 The USA stepped onto the pedestal in Toronto. They held off Dominican Republic to earn the Bronze medals. Brown Bobby (188-PG-84, college: CS Fullerton) came up with 19 points to lead the effort. Dominican Republic jumped to a 26:15 lead after ten minutes. They extended the margin at 13-point mark at the final intermission. The USA however picked up the tempo in the second half. They pulled within 9 points at the final break. The North American team went on a 28:14 rally in the fourth frame to escape with a tough victory. Damien Wilkins (198-G-80, college: Georgia) delivered 18 points, while Taurean Prince (201-F-94) added 12 points for the winners. James Maye (201-G/F-81, college: NC-Greensboro) responded with 16 points for Dominican Republic.
Canada and Brazil advance into title game in Toronto - 2 Years ago
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USA - Canada 108-111 OT
Canada survived overtime thriller versus their North American rivals USA to advance into the Panamerican Games Final. Andrew Nicholson (206-PF-89, college: St.Bonaventure) stepped up with 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners. Canada piled up a 52:47 halftime lead. However the USA replied with a 33:22 run in the third term to spur ahead. Canada had to come back from behind in the fourth frame to force overtime. The hosts dropped 14 points i... [read more]
USA - Canada 108-111 OT Canada survived overtime thriller versus their North American rivals USA to advance into the Panamerican Games Final. Andrew Nicholson (206-PF-89, college: St.Bonaventure) stepped up with 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners. Canada piled up a 52:47 halftime lead. However the USA replied with a 33:22 run in the third term to spur ahead. Canada had to come back from behind in the fourth frame to force overtime. The hosts dropped 14 points in the extra period and rallied to the victory. Jamal Murray (198-F/G-97) delivered 22 points, 6 assists and 4 rebounds for the winners. Brown Bobby (188-PG-84, college: CS Fullerton) responded with 25 points and 7 assists for the USA.
Brazil - Dominican Republic 68-62 Brazil held off Dominican Republic to seal their Final appearance. Vitor Benite (191-SG-90) topscored for Brazil with 18 points. Brazil accounted for a 35:29 halftime lead. Dominican Republic erased the deficit tying things up at 50 at the final break. Brazil however limited their opponents to just 12 points in the fourth quarter and iced the victory. Augusto Lima (207-C-91) accounted for 15 points and 11 rebounds in the win. James Maye (201-G/F-81, college: NC-Greensboro) responded with 15 points for Dominican Republic.
Puerto Rico - Argentina 85-105 Argentina clinched the fifth overall position at the Panamerican Games. They knocked down Puerto Rico in the final game at the tournament. Seven players scored in double digits for the winners. Facundo Campazzo (179-PG-91) stepped up with 17 points to pace the effort. Argentina recorded a 42:39 halftime lead. Argentina unleashed 63 points in the second half and marched to the victory. Federico Aguerre (203-F-88) and Juan Manuel Torres (210-C-84) delivered 13 points each for the winners. Jezreel De Jesus (185-G-91) responded with 12 points for Puerto Rico.
Venezuela - Mexico 83-59 Venezuela capped their Panamerican Games campaign on a winning note. They rallied past Mexico to finish in the seventh position. John Cox (194-G-81, college: USF) accounted for 24 points in the victory. Venezuela recorded a 16:6 lead after the opening quarter. They accounted for a 45:29 halftime lead. Venezuela kept Mexico at bay throughout the second half marching to the victory. Jhornan Zamora (196-G-89) netted 15 points in the win. Marco Ramos (198-F-87, college: Grand Canyon) and Jesus Gonzalez (195-F-86) answered with 11 points apiece for Mexico.
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