Wednesday, September 1, 2010

World Championships Day 5 - Scola Scola Scola

Some big wins today for White basketball fans, as Russia beat Asian champ China, Euro-power Greece crushed African representative Ivory Coast, New Zealand beat the Black-dominated Canadian squad, Turkey beat the dark Puerto Rico, and Lithuania crushed the Afro-French squad. On other side of the coin, Africa got its first victory, when Angola beat Germany in OT to eliminate Germany and take a spot in the knockout round (as the sacrificial lamb for Team USA in the knockout round, unfortunately for them).

Scola continues to constrict his grip on the MVP trophy with another 30 point game.

Luis Scola, PF (ARG) -- 30p (18 shots), 13r
Marc Gasol, C (ESP) -- 25p (14 shots), 8r (5 off)
Jan Jagla, C (GER) -- 23p (17 shots), 6r, 3a
Jackson Vroman, PF (LEB) -- 22p (14 shots), 9r (5 off)
Macram BEN ROMDHANE, PF (TUN) -- 23p (8 shots)
Jaka Lakovic, F (SLO) -- 20p (13 shots), 3r, 3a, 2s
Marcelinho Machado, SF (BRA) -- 20p (10 shots), 3s
Tiago Splitter, C (BRA) -- 19p (13 shots), 4r
Milos Teodosic, SG (SRB) -- 19p (13 shots), 3r, 3a, 2s
J Maciulis, G (LIT) -- 19p (11 shots), 3s
Bojan Bogdanovic, SF (CRO) -- 19p (14 shots), 3a
Hamed Haddadi, C (IRI) -- 19p (17 shots), 5r
Novica Velickovic, PF (SRB) -- 18p (13 shots), 9r
Kirk Penney, SG (NZL) -- 18p (14 shots)
Carlos Delfino, SG (ARG) -- 18p (17 shots), 5a
Heiko Schaffartzik, PG (GER) -- 18p (15 shots), 7r, 4a
Sergey Monya, F (RUS) -- 17p (7 shots), 6a, 3r, 2s
Tim Ohlbrecht, C (GER) -- 17p (9 shots), 4 r
Primoz Brezec, C (SLO) -- 16p (8 shots), 3r
Marco Popovic, PG (CRO) -- 16p (10 shots), 5a, 4r
Sasha Kaun, C (RUS) -- 16p (11 shots), 14r (6 off)
Hedo Turkoglu, F (TRK) -- 16p (11 shots), 5a
Nick Calathes, PG (GRE) -- 15p (10 shots), 8a, 7r
Fran Vasquez, PF (ESP) -- 15p (7 shots), 8r
Anton Ponkrashov, SG (RUS) -- 15p (14 shots), 5a
Nenad Krstic, C (SRB) -- 14p (9 shots), 10r (4 off)
Casey Frank, F (NZL) -- 14p (5 shots), 4r
Thomas Abercrombie, SF (NZL) -- 7p, 10r

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