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3×3 World Cup: Midsummer’s Day at 12:25 with the Netherlands, 16:20 with Poland for 1st place in the group

The Latvian 3×3 basketball team – Agnis Čavars, Kārlis Pauls Lasmanis, Nauris Miezis and Artūrs Strēlnieks – will play the decisive games of the World Cup group tournament in Antwerp on Friday, June 24.

The Latvian team started the tournament with two convincing victories over the Chinese (22: 6) and Japanese (22: 5) teams, effectively securing the right to play in the playoffs. The winners of the 3rd place will compete in the eighth final on Saturday, June 25, with the 3rd and 2nd place winners in Group B, respectively.

At 12:25 a battle with the Dutch unit (currently 2-0), at 16:20 with Poland (1-1).

On Wednesday, in the first match with the Chinese national team, the Latvians immediately took the lead (6: 0), then the opponents reduced the result difference (7: 5), but the response offensive was unstoppable – 22: 6 in less than six minutes. Chavars 3.

Also in the second game with the representatives of the Asian basketball school, the majority of Latvians was much higher than a year ago in the Tokyo games. The Japanese team was defeated with 22: 5 in seven minutes (10 points for Miezim 8, Lasmanim 8, Chavaram 4, Sagittarius).

Situations in other groups:

Group A: Serbia 4-0, France 2-2, New Zealand 2-2, Puerto Rico 1-3, Brazil 1-3,

Group B: Lithuania 2-0, Germany 2-0, Mongolia 1-1, Chile 0-2, Taiwan 0-2.

Group D: Belgium 3-0, USA 2-1, Slovenia 1-2, Austria 1-2, Egypt 0-2.

Saturday, June 25, Eighth Final and Quarterfinals.

The semi-finals and finals will take place on Sunday, June 26.

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3×3 World Cup: Latvian Games

Date Time Opponents The result
22.06. 15:00 China 22:6
22.06. 16:55 Japan 22:5
24.06. 12:25 The Netherlands
24.06. 16:20 Poland

World Cup, Group C.

Teams LAT NED POL JAP CHN It threatens Victories Place
Latvia x 22:5 22:6 44:11 2 1
The Netherlands x 19:7 21:15 40:22 2 2
Poland 7:19 x 21:13 28:32 1 3
Japan 5:22 13:21 x 18:43 0 5
China 6:22 15:21 x 21:43 0 4

Photo: Renārs Buivids

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