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    Default is their freindly games

    before the tournament?
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    yep

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    cool when they start?
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    the only team that have announed their friendly games as far as I know is Venezuela.

    July 20 - 24 .vs New Zealand (3 games)
    July 28 - August 2 Stankovic Cup
    August 8 - .vs. Spain

    they will also play the PanAm Games

    they are trying to set another game vs Italy or Portugal

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    Puerto Rico will play in the CariCom and in the PanAm Games, other than that.. no info.

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    the Mexican National Team started practice for the Tournament of the Americas.

    Víctor Ávila, Adama Parada, Rommel Beck, Anthony Pedroza, Enrique Zuñiga , Jorge Rochin, Héctor Hernández, Omar López, Óliver Caballero, Jesús López, Miguel Ayala, Ramsés Benítez, Luis González, Gustavo Ayon, Hugo Carrillo, Francisco Ibarra, Víctor Mariscal and George Figueroa are attending practices, and Horacio Llamas and Omar Quinteros are expected to join the team this weekend.

    No word on Eduardo Najera or Earl Watson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -K2-
    the only team that have announed their friendly games as far as I know is Venezuela.

    July 20 - 24 .vs New Zealand (3 games)
    July 28 - August 2 Stankovic Cup
    August 8 - .vs. Spain

    they will also play the PanAm Games

    they are trying to set another game vs Italy or Portugal
    www.fibaamericas.com

    CARACAS (FIBA Americas Championship) – New Zeland, China, and Spain will be the official stops of a worldwide tour Venezuela’s National Team will be taking on their way to the FIBA Americas Championship 2007, which will be held from August 22 to September 2, in Las Vegas.

    This was determined on an official meeting in which was present the top directives of the Venezuelan Basketball Federation: Jose Carmelo Cortez (President), Isnaldo Jimenez (Vice-president), Martha Aguilar (General Manager), and Gustavo Anselmo (Executive Director).

    “Our Italian embassy made a great effort trying to set another game for us, but to no avail”, said Anselmo. “However, there is still chance for a game against Portugal, prior to Spain’s game.”

    Venezuela will face teams from New Zeland, Angola, Slovenia, China, and a team integrated by All-Star players from the NBA Development League. As the main attraction of that trip, Venezuela will face the current World Champion, Spain. All those teams are above Venezuela in FIBA’s World Ranking.

    The schedule shows that Nestor Salazar’s team will start their preparation process with a training session on June 25 (Monday) in Caracas. After that, on July 16, the team will pack their bags for a trip that will tale them through three continents, arriving back on August 9.

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    Well they're supose to play a NBDL All Star Team, interesting.

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    For Puerto Rico I know the 2007 Marchand Continental Cup(will participate Argentina, Brasil and Canada), CariCom and Panammerican Games and other games but no info
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    16 free throws in the last 4 minutes...
    Puerto Rico had 20 the whole game

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    Uruguay has announced a very extense preseason schedule.

    June 29/July 1: Super 4 tournament in Chile (also with Argentina & Brazil)
    July 6/8: Two games in Brazil.
    Mid-july: Two games at home against Argentina.
    July 25/29: Pan American Games.
    August 6/8: Super 4 tournament in Argentina (also with Brazil, Canada and another NT to be determined)
    August 15/18: Three games in Mexico.

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    This hasn't been confirmed, but Argentina's pre-Qualification schedule looks somthing like this:

    TBA- July 31 @ Bahia Blanca, ARG
    Uruguay- Aug. 2 @ Bahia Blanca, ARG
    Canada- Aug. 4 @ Mar del Plata, ARG
    Super 4 Tournament- Aug. 6-7 @ Santa Fe, ARG
    Spain- Aug. 10 @ Luna Park, ARG
    Brazil- Aug. 16 @ San Juan, PUR (Tuto Marchand Cup)
    Canada- Aug. 17 @ San Juan, PUR (Tuto Marchand Cup)
    Puerto Rico- Aug. 18 @ San Juan, PUR (Tuto Marchand Cup)

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    Friendly match in Bahía Blanca, Argentina.

    Argentina (86):
    Pablo Prigioni 7
    Carlos Delfino 25
    Federico Kammerichs 5
    Luis Scola 13
    Juan Gutiérrez 9

    Antonio Porta 0 (x)
    Paolo Quinteros 8
    Alejandro Diez 0
    Leonardo Gutiérrez 16
    Juan Manuel Torres 3

    Uruguay (74):
    Gustavo Barrera 10
    Emilio Taboada 6
    Luis Silveira 8
    Claudio Charquero 0
    Gastón Páez 6

    Fernando Martínez 20
    Juan Silveira 6
    Sebastián Vázquez 2
    Omar Galeano 13
    Sebastián Izaguirre 0
    Sebastián Gobba 0
    Nicolás Borselino 3

    Uruguay rested its best players from the Pan Am Games (Batista, Mazzarino, García Morales, Osimani, Aguiar). Argentina also rested its Pan Am Games players, released Matías Sandes due to injury and used two young sparrings to fill today's roster (Diez and Torres played, Schattmann and Alloatti didn't).

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    Friendly match in Mar del Plata, Argentina:

    Argentina (87):
    PG Pablo Prigioni 6
    SG/SF Carlos Delfino 16
    SF Federico Kammerichs 4
    PF Luis Scola 18
    C Juan Gutiérrez 3

    PG Antonio Porta 5
    SG Paolo Quinteros 6
    PFLeonardo Gutiérrez 12
    C Román González 17

    Spain B (80):
    PG Victor Sada 10
    SG Roberto Guerra 6
    SF Sergio Pérez 5
    PF Nacho Martín 0
    C Juanjo Triguero 10

    PG Sergio Sánchez 4
    SG Andrés Miso 13
    SF Saúl Blanco 8
    PF Alberto Miralles 17
    PF Guillem Rubio 7
    C José Amador 0.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alermac
    Friendly match in Mar del Plata, Argentina:

    Argentina (87):
    PG Pablo Prigioni 6
    SG/SF Carlos Delfino 16
    SF Federico Kammerichs 4
    PF Luis Scola 18
    C Juan Gutiérrez 3

    PG Antonio Porta 5
    SG Paolo Quinteros 6
    PFLeonardo Gutiérrez 12
    C Román González 17

    Spain B (80):
    PG Victor Sada 10
    SG Roberto Guerra 6
    SF Sergio Pérez 5
    PF Nacho Martín 0
    C Juanjo Triguero 10

    PG Sergio Sánchez 4
    SG Andrés Miso 13
    SF Saúl Blanco 8
    PF Alberto Miralles 17
    PF Guillem Rubio 7
    C José Amador 0.


    Hi man

    Do you know where I can see or download this game ?
    Or other games with Argentina...

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachbob
    Hi man

    Do you know where I can see or download this game ?
    Or other games with Argentina...

    Thanks
    I don't think it is anywhere.

    Super 4 Tournament in Santa Fe, Argentina:

    Day 1

    Argentina (82): Pablo Prigioni 6, Paolo Quinteros 6, Carlos Delfino 26, Luis Scola 8, Martín Leiva 0 (starters); Román González 12, Antonio Porta 6, Federico Kammerichs 2, Leonardo Gutiérrez 12, Juan Pedro Gutiérrez 4.

    Uruguay (74): Martín Osimani 6, Nicolás Mazzarino 5, Mauricio Aguiar 10, Gastón Páez 4, Esteban Batista 11 (starters); Fernando Martínez 8, Luis Silveira 3, Leandro García Morales 12, Claudio Charquero 10, Omar Galeano 5.

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    Spain Development 90: Andrés Misó 19, Sergio Pérez 17, Nacho Martín 13, Juan José Triguero 10, Saúl Blanco 9, Albert Miralles 7, Alberto Corbacho 6, Víctor Sada 5, Sergio Sánchez 2, Guillem Rubio 2, Roberto Guerra 0, José Amador 0. Coach: José Monsalve.

    Canada Development 66: Kovin Kloostra 12, Osvaldo Jeanty 11, Sefton Barrett 9, Paul Larmand 9, William Njoku (x) 6, Sean Denison 6, Jordan Sabourin 3, Dejan Grkovic 2, Domenico Marcario 2, Charles Guery 2, Gregorz Surmacz 2, John Bailey 2. Coach: Roy Rana.

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    It seems Delfino came up will all his energy.
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    Final game:

    Argentina (89): Pablo Prigioni 0, Carlos Delfino 23, Federico Kammerichs 10, Luis Scola 17, Román González 12 (starters), Paolo Quinteros 0, Diego Lo Grippo 1, Juan Gutiérrez 1, Leonardo Gutiérrez 13, Antonio Porta 12.

    Spain Development (76): Víctor Sada 7, Roberto Guerra 9, Andrés Miso 13, Guillem Rubio 2, Albert Miralles 20 (starters), Saúl Blanco 6, Nacho Martín 0 (x), Juanjo Triguero 13 (x), Sergio Sánchez 3, Sergio Pérez 3, José Amador 0.

    Spain was leading 57-44 during the third quarter.

    In the other game, Uruguay beat Canada Development 83-79. Batista scored 30 with 16 rebounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alermac
    Final game:

    Argentina (89): Pablo Prigioni 0, Carlos Delfino 23, Federico Kammerichs 10, Luis Scola 17, Román González 12 (starters), Paolo Quinteros 0, Diego Lo Grippo 1, Juan Gutiérrez 1, Leonardo Gutiérrez 13, Antonio Porta 12.

    Spain Development (76): Víctor Sada 7, Roberto Guerra 9, Andrés Miso 13, Guillem Rubio 2, Albert Miralles 20 (starters), Saúl Blanco 6, Nacho Martín 0 (x), Juanjo Triguero 13 (x), Sergio Sánchez 3, Sergio Pérez 3, José Amador 0.

    Spain was leading 57-44 during the third quarter.

    In the other game, Uruguay beat Canada Development 83-79. Batista scored 30 with 16 rebounds.
    Prigioni need help
    Originally Posted by -K2- View Post
    16 free throws in the last 4 minutes...
    Puerto Rico had 20 the whole game

    Seriosuly... someone quote this whole post and signature me... Greek Loby Rulz
    8/29/2010...THE DAY WE GOT ROBBED!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRSURF
    Prigioni need help
    It's strange, he never showed at the NT why he is one of the top PG's en Europe. He just never did, God knows why.

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    Argentina's last friendly match in Argentina, this time in Buenos Aires.

    Argentina (113): Pablo Prigioni 3, Carlos Delfino 16, Federico Kammerichs 6, Luis Scola 31, Román González 19 (starters), Antonio Porta 3, Paolo Quinteros 18, Martín Leiva 0, Juan Gutiérrez 9, Diego Lo Grippo 8.

    Canada Development (83): Domenico Marcario 8, Osvaldo Jeanty 19, Paul Larmand 6, William Njoku 6, Sean Denison 12 (starters), Jordan Sabourin 4, Sefton Barrett 14, Charles Hynes-Guery 0, Kevin Kloostra 12, Grzegorz Surmacz 2, John Bailey 0 (x).

    Quarters: 33-23, 61-48 y 87-67.

    -PF Leo Gutiérrez got injured before the game, will travel to Vegas but may miss the first games or be replaced.
    -It's Argentina NT's first game at Luna Park (Buenos Aires' biggest indoor stadium) since 1990.

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