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Thread: 1/8: Angola vs. France, 17:00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Civilis
    Dear Phillip, you can get some allegations on the grounds of racism!
    Black horses = biggest suprise on this tournament!

    IM NOT A RACIST,AND I WILL NEVER BE !!!

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    +8 while 5:50 left. +6 Angola is on fire!

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    It seemed like France is burying this game after extending the lead to 15 points - but Angola makes a run with a couple of great post-up baskets by Gomes, a couple of treys, and now the score's only 55-49 with 5:24 to play. Bergeaud's time-out, French will try to calm it down and break that Angolan zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius123
    French will try to calm it down and break that Angolan zone.
    Straight after time-out - a 5-0 French run. Great ball movement and two scores - Gelabale three from the corner and Flo Pietrus cuting inside, receiving a pass from Jeanneau and dunking. I guess France will be O.K.

    P.S. Above 3 minutes to play, France leads 60-51, Angolan time-out.

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    Marius why you Quoteyourself ?

    60:51 (4th Quarter: 03:54 minutes to go)

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    Angola on a mini run. 60-56 with 1:08 to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Marius why you Quoteyourself ?
    'Cos the French provided an answer to my earlier post.

    They were struggling versus that zone offence, commited several turnovers or bad shots - and the first thing to watch after the time-out was how their attack will run, IMHO.
    Last edited by Marius123; 08-27-2006 at 09:44 AM.

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    Weis chokes and misses 2 FTs. Gomes got fouled and will shoot 2 FTs, with 39 seconds left, 60-56 to France.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Marius why you Quoteyourself ?

    60:51 (4th Quarter: 03:54 minutes to go)
    he quoted himself to show us that what he thought will happen is actually what turned out to happen ..lol

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    60:56 for FRA and 50 sec to end ... ball have ANG

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    Bad luck for Angola. I expected that they'll win without problems.

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    All is happening very quickly, too quick to report. 20 seconds left, France already up by 7, Jeanneau cooly sank 4 FTs.

    P.S. Now 12 seconds left, 5 points difference, Angola starts to foul, it'll be several possessions now ... I guess the game's over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius123
    I guess the game's over.
    I also bad result.... first was Nigeria, now Angola

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj
    Bad luck for Angola. I expected that they'll win without problems.
    Did they attack with the same organisation (or should I say "disorganisation") in the other matches of the WC?

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    68 - 62 FINAL. I expected much more from Angola

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    well guys thanks for the updates ....

    Hard Luck for Angola ..i didnt get to see any of their matches ...lol ..
    anyway, today one more game is left China Vs Greece ..it will be exciting hopefully !

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    you can now see what Rigadeau meant to French NT, nevermind his stats as few membes argued about a while ago...

    congrats to Angola for a nice game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius123
    Did they attack with the same organisation (or should I say "disorganisation") in the other matches of the WC?
    Nope. They actually played really good (except for today), their game was surprising for me in negative way (in this game).

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    Quote Originally Posted by YM4Ever
    For those who have PPStream, you can watch it here. Good quality for the most part, although the screen is a bit small, and you can't maximize it. And, of course, it's all in Chinese.
    Thanks YM4Ever, worked just fine for me. Cipriano should have saved his hot three point shooting for this game. France advances to the quarterfinals.

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    France vs. Angola 68:62
    France:Jeanneau 15, Diaw 14, Gelabale 14, Pietrus 8, Diarra 6, Pietrus 4, Weis 4, Turiaf 2, Petro 0, Gomis 0, Bokolo 0, Foirest 0
    Angola: Almeida 13, Morais 12, Cipriano 12, Gomes 11, Mingas 7, Costa 3, Lutonda 2, Moussa 2, Neto 0, Barros 0, Costa 0, Carvalho 0
    Stats-> comming soon

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