Luka Doncic defeats Slovenia on Day 4 of FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup Qualifiers

FIBA World Cup 2023 Qualifiers | July 3

Luka Doncic drops 31 points in Slovenia’s win over Sweden to lead the way in the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup Qualifiers.

The final window of matches in the first round of the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 Qualifiers continued on Sunday, as several teams try to secure their ticket to the next stage. Here are some notable performances by NBA players from July 3:

Doncic does it all

Luka did a bit of everything in Slovenia’s 84-81 win over Sweden, leading his club in goals, rebounds and assists. The Mavs star busted for 31 points, landed 10 boards, dished out 6 assists and even had a pair of steals. Bulls goaltender Goran Dragic added 20 points, 9 of which came from 3-point range.

Schroder burns Poland

Poland couldn’t contain Dennis Schroder in their 93-83 loss to Germany. The Rockets guard went for a sizzling 38 points, including 7 marks from beyond the arc. Schroder also recorded 7 rebounds and 5 assists in the win.

Metu shines against Uganda

Chimezie Metu produced his best performance of the competition to date in Nigeria’s 91-72 victory over Uganda. The Kings big man had an effective double-double with 25 points (10-14 FGs) and 10 rebounds. He also made an impact on the defensive end, laying down 3 blocks to cap his overall outing.

Ish Wainright also impressed for Uganda in a losing effort. The Suns striker followed up a 21-point performance against Cape Verde on Saturday by scoring 18 points against Nigeria, along with 6 assists and a game-high 13 rebounds.

Bertans surveys Latvia

Davis Bertans led the way in Latvia’s 93-60 rout of Slovakia with a game-high 23 points, including 15 from downtown. The Mavs forward also added 4 rebounds and 3 assists.

Campazzo leads Argentina to victory

Facundo Campazzo led the offense effectively in Argentina’s 88-77 win over Panama, delivering 19 points and 8 assists while putting his weight on defense with 4 steals. The Nuggets guard also shot 3-for-5 from 3-point range in a comfortable 11-point victory.

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