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Big fight stops Greece vs. Serbia game

20. August 2010. | 11:48

Source: Eurobasket News

Greece and Serbia could not finish their Acropolis Cup game. The game was interrupted with just a couple minutes left in regulation.

Greece and Serbia could not finish their Acropolis Cup game. The game was interrupted with just a couple minutes left in regulation.

Antonis Fotsis (210-F-81) and Teodosic got into a squabble that turned into a big fight involving almost every player on and off court. Nenad Nenad Krstic (214-C-83), Sofoklis Schortsanitis (206-C-85) and Bouroussis were drawn into the main action.

The game was an interesting clash before the fight. The teams stayed close in the opening frame. The Hellenes ensured a 24:23 lead ten minutes into the encounter.

Serbia erased the deficit and pulled in front in the second stanza. Serbia maintained the advantage in the third quarter.

They posted a 4-point lead into the fourth stanza. Dusan Ivkovic got his second technical foul early in the fourth quarter and Serbia wasted the lead without their head coach on the bench.

The Hellenes surged in front 84:83 before the ugly fight started. By that time Sofoklis Schortsanitis had 18 points to his tally. Vassilis Spanoulis (193-G-82, agency: Beo Basket) contributed 17 points for Greece. Milos Teodosic (195-G-87) accounted for 17 points. Nenad Krstic produced 16 points for Serbia.


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