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    Talking Iran vs. Australia

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    Rrrrrright...

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    anyone has more details on this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan van Grabski
    anyone has more details on this ?
    read this letter


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    Australia? I thought it's Argentina.

    Anyways, since Iran will go up against Argentina in the Diamond Ball, they might have a chance in winning if the roster of Argentina is the same as the one in the FIBA Americas last year.

    Although, it's still unlikely because Argentina remained a formidable opponent even without Manu Ginobili, Andres Nocioni, and Fabricio Oberto. I think the remaining member of the original team since 2002 is Scola, the rest are new ones.

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    This is a great opportunity for the Iranians to gauge their new found confidence not only as a new asian basketball powerhouse and to find out if they're ready for the next level as world class competitor. By tradition, the 9th rank FIBA-World, Bommers of Australia are a class of their own and had gained the respect of other great basketball playing nations.

    This will be a great learning experience for the Persians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interxavierxxx
    Australia? I thought it's Argentina.

    Anyways, since Iran will go up against Argentina in the Diamond Ball, they might have a chance in winning if the roster of Argentina is the same as the one in the FIBA Americas last year.

    Although, it's still unlikely because Argentina remained a formidable opponent even without Manu Ginobili, Andres Nocioni, and Fabricio Oberto. I think the remaining member of the original team since 2002 is Scola, the rest are new ones.
    No chance.
    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
    No chance.
    You have experience in that more than us
    Proud to be Lebanese
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab
    You have experience in that more than us
    Yep
    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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    i believe lebanon would have had better results than iran especially with australia missing it,s key players .....really shame how we lost that stupid easy game in the final

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