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China fall to Puerto Rico 92-76

08-16-2010 10:29 BJT

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China's men's national team is continuing to look for answers as they get ready for the World Championships.

The men's team, have now dropped four straight games as it prepares for the tournament the last loss coming at the hands of Puerto Rico on Sunday.

Yi Jianlian, trying to help China find its stride, and midway through the first quarter he rips off the fierce slam dunk, trimming the deficit to 2.

But led by Miami Heat guard Carlos Arroyo, Puerto Rico began to pull away, Arroyo with a strong game, ending up with 16 points

With China trailing midway through second quarter, sharp shooter Sun Yue knocked down a couple of three pointers, reducing the gap to single digits

A scare for China minutes into the third Q, Yi was fouled heavily when grabbing a board. Fortunately, Yi proved to be alright. Yi finished with 11 points and six rebounds

China attempted to get back into the game, but Puerto Rico was just too good on the night. China falls 92-76 as their warm-up run ahead of the World Championships continues to falter.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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