FIBA World Cup Day 1 Results

2014 FIBA World Cup Day 1 Game Results (August 30, 2014)

Group BCroatia defeated Philippines in OT, 81-78
Top Scorers: Bojan Bogdanovic – 26 points | Andray Blatche – 28 points
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Group CUkraine defeated Dominican Republic, 72-62
Top Scorers: Eugene Jeter – 16 points | Francisco Garcia – 18 points

Group DAngola defeated South Korea, 80-69
Top Scorers: Olimpio Cipriano – 16 points | Sunhyung Kim – 15 points

Group ASerbia defeated Egypt, 85-64
Top Scorers: Milos Teodosic – 15 points | Ibrahim ElGammal – 12 points

Group CTurkey defeated New Zealand, 76-73
Top Scorers: Oguz Savas – 16 points | Corey Webster – 22 points

Group DSlovenia defeated Australia, 90-80
Top Scorers: Goran Dragic – 21 points | Aron Baynes – 21 points

Group BArgentina defeated Puerto Rico, 98-75
Top Scorers: Luis Scola – 20 points | JJ Barea – 24 points

Group ABrazil defeated France, 65-63
Top Scorers: Marcelinho Huertas – 16 points | Boris Diaw – 15 points

Group DLithuania defeated Mexico, 87-74
Top Scorers: Jonas Maciulis – 19 points | Francisco Cruz – 21 points

Group BGreece defeated Senegal, 87-64
Top Scorers: Kostas Kaimakoglou – 17 points | Gorgui Dieng – 21 points

Group CUSA defeated Finland, 114-55
Top Scorers: Klay Thompson – 18 points | Shawn Huff – 12 points

Group ASpain defeated Iran, 90-60
Top Scorers: Pau Gasol – 33 points | Mahdi Kamrani – 18 points

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Scoring Leaders for Day 1
1. Pau Gasol (Spain) – 33 points
2. Andray Blatche (Philippines) – 28 points
3. Bojan Bogdanovic (Croatia) – 26 points
4. JJ Barea (Puerto Rico) – 24 points
5. Corey Webster (New Zealand) – 22 points

Rebounding Leaders for Day 1
1. Hamed Haddadi (Iran) – 15 rebounds
2. Gorgui Dieng (Senegal) – 14 rebounds
3. Andray Blatche (Philippines) – 12 rebounds
4. Andres Nocioni (Argentina) – 11 rebounds
5. Ante Tomic (Croatia) – 11 rebounds

Assist Leaders for Day 1
1. Pablo Progioni (Argentina) – 10 assists
2. Facundo Campazzo (Argentina) – 8 assists
3. Jimmy Alapag (Philippines) – 6 assists
4. Armando Costa (Angola) – 6 assists

Block Leaders for Day 1
1. Pau Gasol (Spain) – 3 blocks
2. Jongkyu Kim (South Korea) – 3 blocks

Steal Leaders for Day 1
1. Ricky Rubio (Spain) – 5 steals
2. Jeff Chan (Philippines) – 4 steals
3. James Harden (USA) – 4 steals





9 Responses to FIBA World Cup Day 1 Results

  1. GILAS says:

    Good stats for the Philippines. Except for the blocks, all categories had a
    Filipino player. That’s among 24 teams. Surprise us more!!! God bless! Puso!!!

  2. Yang Pedico says:

    GO Philippines!! Laban Gilas! Puso<3

  3. Paul Caballero says:

    Iba ang puso ng Gilas. Laban matalo manalo proud to be Pinoy. Laban Pilipinas PUSO!!!!!!

  4. Joseph Ancheta says:

    Nice first game Gilas, let’s do it again on the next game. Goodluck.
    #Laban Gilas #Puso

  5. marlon says:

    ratratan na!! go brilliant players..!! you can do it! believe! PUSO!!!

  6. Rogelio Eugenio says:

    Inspiring game for Gilas Pilipinas keep up the great work.

  7. jet says:

    never say die mga pinoy,laban pinas,puso..

  8. hugh says:

    hindi na masama,good stats,at least 4 gilas players ang bumabandera ka level ng worlds top players,good job ,GO PILIPINAS

  9. Policarpo Rosales says:

    Nice play for gilas

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