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Thread: 2016 Atlas Challenge [Suzhou, China, Jun 14-19]

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    Default 2016 Atlas Challenge [Suzhou, China, Jun 14-19]

    Group A

    Jun 14 JPN 71 CHN 70
    Jun 14 NZL 80 BLR 65
    Jun 15 NZL 73 JPN 68
    Jun 15 CHN 78 BLR 70
    Jun 16 NZL 98 CHN 74
    Jun 16 BLR 85 JPN 78

    Group B

    Jun 14 IRI 80 MKD 75
    Jun 14 USA 71 LTU 69
    Jun 15 IRI 72 USA 61
    Jun 15 LTU 68 MKD 62
    Jun 16 IRI 78 LTU 76
    Jun 16 MKD 69 USA 67

    5th to 8th Place

    Jun 18 MKD 72 BLR 65
    Jun 18 USA 74 JPN 64
    Jun 19 BLR 69 JPN 60
    Jun 19 MKD 77 USA 67

    1/2 Final

    Jun 18 LTU 80 NZL 65
    Jun 18 IRI 80 CHN 69

    3rd to 4th Place

    Jun 19 NZL 90 CHN 84

    Final

    Jun 19 IRI 85 LTU 70
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    According to reports, Japan may not be playing at full-strength as several players will be resting to re-condition after the NBL Finals.

    NBL Finalists Aisin with Hiejima, Kanamaru and Hashimoto could opt to rest. Same with Tsuji of Toshiba.
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    Any live stats/streaming?

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    Macedonia is playing with 6 young players from national league and 4 Americans that they will first meet in China!

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    Streaming Links Please. :/

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    Links or live stats please!

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    Pretty good game against China Team B against a Japan's team A that was also trying out combinations. Hu Jinqiu 17pts and 15rebs against the likes of Ota, Takeuchi twins.

    Fang Shuo looked very confident in the game against Tabuse and Hiejima.
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    Are there any news what kind of Lithuanian team plays there? Couldn't find any stats or atleast names, just that 5 former NT players are in roster. Of course it probably was meant players who were part of preliminar roster before or in our B team, still interesting who are there


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindozas View Post
    Are there any news what kind of Lithuanian team plays there? Couldn't find any stats or atleast names, just that 5 former NT players are in roster. Of course it probably was meant players who were part of preliminar roster before or in our B team, still interesting who are there
    I can read a bit of Chinese but I can't read the names from Lithuania translated into Chinese.
    http://toronto3dball.com/wp-content/...5/vsCHINA1.pdf

    Forward to 1:26, can you recognize the Lithuanian players out of their faces?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6helrMsBCg
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    Jun 14 NZL 80 vs. BLR 65

    Jun 14 IRI 80 vs. MKD 75

    Jun 14 USA 71 vs. LTU 69

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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    I can read a bit of Chinese but I can't read the names from Lithuania translated into Chinese.
    http://toronto3dball.com/wp-content/...5/vsCHINA1.pdf

    Forward to 1:26, can you recognize the Lithuanian players out of their faces?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6helrMsBCg
    Thnx On 1:35 there are all names on scoreboard, but the problem - is this actually the same team, cause video is from some tournament in May


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindozas View Post
    Thnx On 1:35 there are all names on scoreboard, but the problem - is this actually the same team, cause video is from some tournament in May
    Sorry about that friend, but I read from the Chinese forum that this is the same team (allegedly) that scrimmaged with the Chinese Team B in May as CBA helped extended their stay for this Atlas tournament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Sorry about that friend, but I read from the Chinese forum that this is the same team (allegedly) that scrimmaged with the Chinese Team B in May as CBA helped extended their stay for this Atlas tournament.
    Lucky guys, must say, it should be fun to stay in China for a month Overall, it's team composed of Lithuanian 2nd league level players, which is quite low


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    Afterall, it's not the same team, which played there month ago It's more experienced, better one, composed from LKL (top league) players, couple Liths playin' abroad and Ukrainian Vladislav Korenyuk


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    Good game between JPN and NZL. They scrimmaged twice before this tournament.
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    Jun 15 USA 61 vs. IRI 72

    Jun 15 LTU 68 vs. MKD 62

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    Biggest factor in Yuta Watanabe's unfulfilled expectations in suiting up for the NT after 2 years in America is the way he responds when he does not have the ball. In GW, he actively screens and rotate as the offense develops. With the Japan NT, he has yet to acclimate with the much faster and less dynamic offense that Kenji Hasegawa is running. He has Watanabe actively screen and converge into the paint to help in the rebounding.

    Watanabe mainly plays SF in this tournament.
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    Jun 16 IRI 78 vs. LTU 76
    Jun 16 MKD 69 vs. USA 67

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    Group A

    1 - NZL 3-0
    2 - CHN 1-2 (+7)
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    3 - BLR 1-2 (-1)
    4 - JPN 1-2 (-6)

    Group B

    1 - IRI 3-0
    2 - LTU 1-2 (+4)
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    3 - USA 1-2 (==)
    4 - MKD 1-2 (-4)

    ---------------------------------------------

    5-8 Classification Semifinal

    Belarus v Macedonia
    Japan v United States (Idaho Vandals)

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    Main Tournament Semifinal

    New Zealand v Lithuania Selection
    Iran v China B
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