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    Puerto Rico 96, Macedonia 77

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    Even without Leandro Barbosa and Splitter, Brazil played wery well yesterday against Nigéria.

    With a decent coach, this african team could be much better.

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    27/06/2012 France 74. Italy 54
    28/06/2012 France 76 Italy 62

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    27/06
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    Quote Originally Posted by wael View Post
    27/06/2012 France 74. Italy 54
    28/06/2012 France 76 Italy 62
    Was that against Italy, or was it against Italy B?

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    Brazil-Greece 78-71 in Sao Carlos

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    I think that Porto Rico will beat Greece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasos Peiraias View Post
    Brazil-Greece 78-71 in Sao Carlos
    Highlights (by me)


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    its nice to see NENE playing in Brazil

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketstar47 View Post
    its nice to see NENE playing in Brazil
    finally!

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    29/06
    venezuela 84 vs 88dominican republic

    TODAY venezuela vs south korea

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    Brasil 105-64 Chile

    tomorrow will play against Argentina

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    France 79:74 Great Britain

    Box score: http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches...27LLLVdDj2INA/

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    Argentina 80-74 Brasil

    just 12 free throws to Argentina in 1st quarter... this match was a big shame by the referees.

    Magnano did not talked with ARG coach at end of the game.

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    Spain and Great Britain playing http://www.rtve.es/noticias/directo-la-1/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dtown View Post
    Spain and Great Britain playing http://www.rtve.es/noticias/directo-la-1/
    Thanks for sharing Dtwon. I need my 'fix' of flopping for the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dtown View Post
    Spain and Great Britain playing http://www.rtve.es/noticias/directo-la-1/
    Good find, Dtown. Plus, I love listening to Castillian Spanish accents with those rolling "ths".

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    Spain won 78-74. Only saw the fourth quarter, GB hung around but didn't have an answer for Spain's interior players. Ibaka looked good. Deng hasn't done much in either of his two friendlies. Fouls were 21-21, when's the last time that happened in a Spain home friendly?
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    I caught the second half. Spain is still rounding into shape, so it's difficult to make any assessments based on what I saw. The British probably played their best exhibition game of its pre-Olympic preparations despite the loss. They hung tough all the way until the end with modest success on the interior (esp. Pops) and surprising success (or not so surprising, given Spain's early form) from the outside. The Britons played at times a tight man-to-man mixed with zone elements which resulted in Spain getting several good looks from the 3 pt line but weren't able to capitalize on many of their attempts. Also, the classic, crisp Spanish passing wasn't on full display like I've seen in the past. Navarro sat, and I don't recall seeing Rudy Fernandez on the court either (is he injured?), so again, without the benefit of being fully loaded, making any judgments about Spain's conditioning/preparation is too premature. One thing that surely jumped off the screen was Serge Ibaka's play. He had both his inside and mid-range game working, as if it was game six of the NBA playoffs! No doubt, he will be the x-factor that could prevent the USA from claiming gold...On the con side, the Spanish outside game had better improve come tournament time. If teams can limit the Gasols' interior production and keep Ibaka off the boards and in foul trouble, without such balance, they're offensively limited since few players on their roster have the ability (save Calderon, Navarro, and maybe San Emeterio) to create their own shot.

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    On July 22nd, Lithuania will face off Russia in a friendly game before the Olympics. This will be the only preparation game for both teams.

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