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Sports Canada routs Chile to remain undefeated at FIBA U18 Americas

15:37  13 june  2018
15:37  13 june  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Canadian U18 men's basketball team wins FIBA Americas opener

  Canadian U18 men's basketball team wins FIBA Americas opener Andrew Nembhard had 28 points and seven rebounds to lead Canada to a 92-75 win over Argentina on Sunday in both teams' first game of group play at the FIBA under-18 Americas championship. A.J. Lawson and Emanuel Miller added 18 points apiece for the Canadians. Tyrese Samuel had 10 boards.

Emanuel Miller had 19 points and eight rebounds as Canada defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday, to remain undefeated at the FIBA U 18 Americas basketball championship. Canada faces Chile on Tuesday in its final game of the group phase. The quarterfinals and semifinals go Thursday and Friday.

Emanuel Miller had 19 points and eight rebounds as Canada defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday, to remain undefeated at the FIBA U 18 Americas basketball Canada faces Chile on Tuesday in their final game of the group phase. The quarter-finals and semifinals go Thursday and Friday.

a man holding a basketball: Canada's Jahcobi Neath shoots against Chile in Tuesday's preliminary game. The host nation topped Chile 97-60 to improve to 3-0 ahead of the tournament quarter-finals.© Twitter/@FIBA Canada's Jahcobi Neath shoots against Chile in Tuesday's preliminary game. The host nation topped Chile 97-60 to improve to 3-0 ahead of the tournament quarter-finals.

Andrew Nembhard had 19 points as Canada capped group play at the FIBA under-18 Americas Championship on Tuesday by routing Chile 97-60.

Emanuel Miller had 17 points and Jaden Bediako added 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Canadians, who are 3-0 after the preliminary round.

Maxwell Lorca led Chile with 11 points.

Canada opened the tournament with a 92-75 win over Argentina on Sunday, then defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday.

Canada advances to gold medal at FIBA U18 Americas Championship

  Canada advances to gold medal at FIBA U18 Americas Championship Emanuel Miller dropped 31 points and had 14 rebounds as Canada beat Puerto Rico 95-89 on Friday, advancing to the gold-medal game. The post Canada advances to gold medal at FIBA U18 Americas Championship appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Emanuel Miller scored 31 points and added 14 rebounds as Canada beat Puerto Rico 95-89 on Friday to advance to the gold-medal game at the FIBA under-18 Americas Championship.

Emanuel Miller had 19 points and eight rebounds as Canada defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday, to remain undefeated at the FIBA U 18 Americas basketball Canada faces Chile on Tuesday in their final game of the group phase. The quarter-finals and semifinals go Thursday and Friday.

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Emanuel Miller had 19 points and eight rebounds as Canada defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday, to remain undefeated at the FIBA U 18 Americas basketball championship. A.J. Lawson and Addison Patterson had 20 points apiece.

The Canadians will play Panama in the quarter-finals Thursday. The semifinals go Friday while the medal games are scheduled for Saturday.

Canadians chase 1st title

The top four teams from the tournament at Meridian Centre earn berths at next summer's U19 FIBA World Cup, which Canada won last year in Cairo.

Canada has never won the U18 FIBA Americas tournament, finishing runner-up to the United States the previous two events. But the Canadians finally upset the U.S. in the semifinals of last summer's World Cup en route to an historic gold medal, the first for Canada in a global basketball championship.

In other round-robin games Tuesday, Argentina downed Ecuador 82-61, the Dominican Republic thumped Panama 90-54 and the United States dismantled Puerto Rico 115-71.

The U.S. will meet Ecuador in its quarter-final, Chile will take on Puerto Rico and Argentina will challenge the Dominican Republic.

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