07/14/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 07/14/2019 04:39
TEL AVIV (Israel) - For the entire duration of the FIBA U20 European Championship 2019, our Tournament Tracker will make sure you don't miss all they key moments.
We will highlight the special performers, key numbers and news stories from Game Day 1 until the medals are handed out.
Game Day 1
France pull of a 27-point swing against Montenegro, erasing a 17-point deficit to win by 10;
Serbian sharp-shooters quiet down the packed Shlomo Group Arena;
Dominant displays all around Tel Aviv - no single-digit games!
Philipp Herkenhoff (GER) - 14 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists in W over Latvia
Georgios Kalaitzakis (GRE) - 21 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists in W over Slovenia
Dimitris Moraitis (GRE) - 17 points, 9 assists, 2 steals in W over Slovenia
Ragip Atar (TUR) - 20 points, 9 rebounds, +15 in W over Great Britain
Mert Akay (TUR) - 14 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals, 3 assists, eff. 23 in W over GB
Carlos Alocen (ESP) - 12 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds in W over Croatia
Ivan Fevrier (FRA) - 31 points, 10-of-16 shooting, 9 rebounds, eff. 32 in W over MNE
Lukas Uleckas (LTU) - 25 points, 7-of-11 three-pointers, +33 in W over Poland
Arnas Velicka (LTU) - 17 points, 11 assists in W over Poland
Stefan Momirov (SRB) - 7 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals in W over Israel
Ranko Simovic (SRB) - 18 points, 9 rebounds, +25 in W over Israel
Yam Madar (ISR) - 24 points, 9 assists in L to Serbia
Guglielmo Caruso (ITA) - 17 points, 11 rebounds in W over Ukraine
Ivan Fevrier (FRA) - 31 points
Stefan Momirov (SRB) - 13 rebounds
Arnas Velicka (LTU) - 11 assists
Mert Akay (TUR) - 6 steals
Andriy Grytsak (UKR) - 3 blocks
Ivan Fevrier (FRA) - 32 efficiency
Go through all the rosters to see who is in for the FIBA U20 European Championship 2019 in Tel Aviv;
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Explore the all-time records of Tamir Blatt, Vlado Ilievski and others in the FIBA U20 European Championship, and the FIBA European Championship for Young Men, as it was called in 2000, 2002 and 2004.