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Thread: [SemiFinals] Argentina - France

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    Argentinia has by far the highest basketball iq of the entire tournament. They are teaching lessons on both sides off the floor.

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    ARG kicking ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thiago94 View Post
    Argentinia has by far the highest basketball iq of the entire tournament. They are teaching lessons on both sides off the floor.
    Compares with France's offensive gameplan, of course. France gameplan is giving the ball to De Colo or Fournier, and that's all.

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    Who said it was gonna be easy?

    France showing a great lack of offesinve solutions.

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    Collet being Collet.

    I love this coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno Díaz es Batman View Post
    Collet being Collet.

    I love this coach.
    His teams are really good in the defensive aspect, but his offensive book needs something better.

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    2/13(Labeyrie both of them) 3p for France!!! This is the stat that makes the difference. If this changes, France might win.

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    Its very likely that Argentina wil get tired in the 4th quarter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Chacho View Post
    Compares with France's offensive gameplan, of course. France gameplan is giving the ball to De Colo or Fournier, and that's all.
    Agree, nonetheless is Argentinia imo playing the smartest ball out there. Everyone has his clear role and delivers perfectly, based on their talent. To be aware of your strengths and weaknesses is a highly underrated talent.

    Campazzo is one of few geniuses who combines magic with superb defense and a big heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasoulaki View Post
    Its very likely that Argentina wil get tired in the 4th quarter.
    Yep, serbians thought the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasoulaki View Post
    Its very likely that Argentina wil get tired in the 4th quarter.
    .., and France will start to hit some threes successfully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thiago94 View Post
    Agree, nonetheless is Argentinia imo playing the smartest ball out there. Everyone has his clear role and delivers perfectly, based on their talent. To be aware of your strengths and weaknesses is a highly underrated talent.

    Campazzo is one of few geniuses who combines magic with superb defense and a big heart.
    Jejeje, my man Facundo. I pray that the rumours about Scola and Real Madrid are true. Reyes and Scola, the mummies!

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    Let's see if Argentina can keep it up until the last quarter. Good luck to daddy Scola and his boys!

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    fournier is terrible yikes

    ARG a pleasure to watch

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    Gobert and Fournier seemed ONeal and Bryant vs USA, and today they seems average Eurocup players.

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    France looks lost

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    Maybe France suffers post-victory-over-the-US-stress syndrom.

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    France's offensive game is a disaster nos. Without DeColo or Fournier handling the ball, they are lost.

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    It's premature but France doesn't seem able to recover

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    great defense by ARG!

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