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How was Mexico vs.  New Zealand in FIBA ​​World Cup 2023?  Results, stats and highlights

How was Mexico vs. New Zealand in FIBA ​​World Cup 2023? Results, stats and highlights

After a first round that included only defeats, including a surprise against Egypt, the first joy came Mexico It contains FIBA World Cup 2023. The Mexican national team was massively overmatched New ZealandA team that at one point dreamed of qualifying for the next round (eventually losing to Greece): 108-100 to the team led by Omar Quintero.

He was a big figure in the party Paco Cruz, who was responsible for ending the attacks. He finished with 27 points and 56% from the field. Vitale prepared his product in triplicate (6 of 9). He finished his score sheet with 5 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals. Individually, the Manisa BSP player from Turkey averaged 18.5 goals and 4.8 assists per World Cup best.

Five other players also finished in double figures: Fabian James (17), Gabriel Giron (16), Josh Ibarra (16), Paul Stoll (14) and Call Bonilla (10) on the part of New Zealand, Reuben Te Rangi He showed magical production and exited with 32 points. She is the rat He contributed a double-double of 18 goals and 10 assists.

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Mexico will end its participation in the World Cup next Saturday when it takes on Manila Jordan Rondae Hollis-Jefferson in one match Paris will try to qualify for the 2024 Olympics by qualifying for the repechage.

How was Mexico vs. New Zealand? FIBA World Cup 2023 Tournament Results and Statistics

Equipment 1 c 2 c 3C 4C Final
Mexico 31 26 Twenty one 30 108
New Zealand 22 19 27 32 100
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Complete statistics In this connection.

When is the Mexican basketball team playing again? Match day, time, TV and streaming vs. Jordan for the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup

  • Next Contender: Jordan
  • Campus: Manila (Philippines)
  • day: Saturday 2 September.
  • bell: 6:30 CDMX | 8:30 USA ET
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  • Online streaming: Courtside1891