USA Basketball’s U18 group storms to 45-0 lead, routs Panama, 118-26
June 12, 2018 - Basketballs
USA Basketball’s under-18 men’s inhabitant group scored 45 true points to open a 118-26 subjection of Panama in a second-round FIBA Americas U18 Championship diversion contested Monday in St. Catherines, Canada.
The Bill Self-coached U.S. team, that has won a initial dual rough turn games, hold a 45-0 lead when Panama (0-2) finally scored a initial basket with 8:02 left in a second quarter. The U.S. stretched a lead to 70-8 during halftime and led 99-17 entering a final stanza.
Kansas beginner combo ensure Quentin Grimes, who started and played 16 minutes, scored 9 points with 3 rebounds, 3 assists and dual steals. Bishop Miege High School comparison brazen Jeremiah Robinson-Earl scored 8 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and dished out 5 assists in 13 minutes. Grimes strike 4 of 6 shots and was 1 of 2 from a line. Robinson-Earl, who is being recruited by KU, Missouri, Kansas State and many others, strike 3 of 5 shots and was 2 of 4 from a line.
Armando Bacot scored 17 points, Tyrese Maxey 14, Trayce Davis 12, Ayo Dosunmu 12 and Cole Anthony 10 for a U.S. Fermin Borbua had 9 points to lead all Panama players.
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