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Day 1 in San Juan - Aug 23, 2013

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Canada - Puerto Rico 71-78
Puerto Rico got to the winning start of the Tuto Marchand Continental Cup. The hosts held off Canada in San Juan. Jose Juan Barea (181-PG-84, college: Northeastern) stepped up with 23 points and 8 assists to lead the home team. Puerto Rico accumulated a 23:19 lead after the opening quarter. They held Canada to 11 points in the second term and accounted for a 40:30 halftime lead. Canada shifted the gear in the third term. They narrowed the deficit at just 3 points heading into the fourth frame. But Puerto Rico unloaded 22 points in the final period and secured the victory. John Holland (195-G/F-88, college: Boston U.) netted 12 points, while Larry Ayuso and Ricardo Sanchez added 9 points each for the winners. Andrew Nicholson (205-PF-89, agency: Priority Sports, college: St.Bonaventure) answered with 21 points for Canada. Tristan Thompson posted 10 points and 10 rebounds in the defeat.

Dominican Republic - Brazil 77-78
Brazil gained a narrow victory over Dominican Republic in the opening game of the Continental Jenaro Tuto Marchand Cup in San Juan. Alex Ribeiro (191-G-80, agency: Interperformances) scored in the final seconds of regulation to seal the victory. Brazil stayed in charge throughout the opening quarter. They raced to a 20:16 lead after ten minutes. Brazil extended their lead in the second frame. They recorded a 40:33 halftime lead. But Dominican Republic slowly got back into the contest. They narrowed the gap at 4-point mark before the fourth frame. Feldeine put Dominican Republic in front 77:76 with seconds left in regulation. But Alex Ribeiro came up with a decisive bucket to win the game for Brazil. Guilherme Giovannoni (203-F-80, agency: Interperformances) posted 15 points for Brazil. Arthur Silva and Marcelinho Huertas added 14 points each for the winners. Francisco Garcia (201-F/G-81, college: Louisville) answered with 17 points for Dominican Republic. Eulis Baez had 15 points in the loss.   

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Recap of Day 4 in San Juan. Canada claim the title - 3 Years ago
Puerto Rico - Canada 72-78 Canada have clinched the Marchand Cup title. The North American team outgunned Puerto Rico to earn the trophy. Andrew Wiggins (203-G-95, college: Kansas, agency: BDA Sports) scored 20 points to pace the champions. Canada jumped to a 19:14 lead after the opening frame. They boosted the gap at 7-point mark at the interval 38:31. Puerto Rico narrowed the gap in the third quarter. The hosts dropped 26 points to get within 2 points at the final break. Canada thoug...   [read more]

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Recap of Day 3 in San Juan - 3 Years ago
Argentina - Brazil 71-80 Brazil recorded the first victory in San Juan. They held off their archrivals Argentina for 1-2 record. Joao Paulo Batista (205-C/F-81, college: Gonzaga, agency: AAI Sports) posted 15 points to pace the winners. Brazil eked out a 20:19 lead after the opening frame. They stretched the gap in the second frame. Brazil accumulated 37:34 halftime advantage. They knocked down 26 points in the third frame to secure a 9-point lead at the final break. The teams traded b...   [read more]

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 

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