2022 World Cup Game 4 September 26th

Group A:

The first team to be eliminated was Bosnia and Herzegovina after they lost to Belgium 85-55 on Monday with the victors officially clinching their quarterfinals spot. Both teams cranked up the tempo as the United States put on a show and a record performance with a 145-69 win over South Korea with Brionna Jones and A’ja Wilson dominating the paint. China also joined the quarterfinals with a 95-60 win over Puerto Rico.

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/Belgium-Bosnia-and-Herzegovina#|tab=boxscore
Belgium [85]: Ben Abdelkader 18 Linskens 13/7r Vanloo 13 Allemand 7/9a Be. Massey 6 Lisowa Mbaka 6 Delaere 6 Bi. Massey 5 Resimont 5 Meesseman 4/8r Ramette 2 Joris 0
Bosnia and Herzegovina [55]: Tavic 13 Elez 13 Knezevic 12 Jones 8/8r Dzombeta 3 Markovic 2 N. Delic 2 Domuzin 2 Deura 0 A. Delic 0 Ikanovic 0 Selimovic 0

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/Korea-USA#|tab=boxscore
South Korea [69]: Park H-J 17 Kang 13 Park J-H 10 Lee 9 Yang 6 Jin 4 Shin 4 Kim S-D 4 Kim D-B 2 Kim J-Y 0 Yoon 0 Heo 0
United States [145]: Jones 24/8r Wilson 20/8r Plum 19/9a Stewart 18 Austin 16/8r Laney 13 Copper 11 Thomas 10/8r/7a Gray 5 Loyd 4 Ionescu 3 Atkins 2

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/China-Puerto-Rico#|tab=boxscore
China [95]: Li YR 16/8r Zhang 14 Huang 12 Wu 10 Li Y 8/9a Yang 8 Wang 6/8r/8a Han 6/7r Li M 5 Pan 4 Dilana 4 Jin 2
Puerto Rico [60]: San Antonio 19 Guirantes 12 Hollingshed 11 Roma 8 Vargas 7/6r Rosado 3 Jones 0 Pagan 0 Quinones 0 Melendez 0 Gonzalez 0 O’Neill DNP

Standings:
1. United States 4-0
2. China 3-1
3. Belgium 3-1
4. Puerto Rico 1-3
5. South Korea 1-3
6. Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-4

Group B:

Mali looked to stave off elimination, but Serbia wore them down on their way to an 81-68 win with Sasa Cado leading the way. France knew that a win would seal a quarterfinal place for them and they started well. Japan closed the gap by halftime, but fell behind again late to lose 67-53. Australia knew that a win would advance them to the next round, but down a player and facing a tough Canada team, they ended up in a back and forth game, but it was their turn in the fourth quarter and they won 75-72. The result also sent Serbia through and eliminated Japan.

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/Serbia-Mali#|tab=boxscore
Serbia [81]: Cado 20 Krajisnik 17/12r Nogic 13 Anderson 12/9a Topuzovic 7 Raca 5 Djordjevic 2 Zec 2 Stankovic 2 Jovanovic 1 Katanic DNP Skoric DNP
Mali [68]: Kone 13/11r Haidara 12/8r Coulibaly 12 N’Diaye 10 Korouma 8/6r Dembele 8 Gandega 3 Balayera 2 Dabou 0 Sangare DNP Tirera DNP Traore DNP

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/France-Japan#|tab=boxscore
France [67]: Williams 16 Rupert 15/12r Toure 13 Fauthoux 10/8a Chartereau 7 Badiane 2/7r Michel 2/6a Tadic 2 Paget 0 Berkani 0 Chery 0 Ciak DNP
Japan [53]: Miyazaki 13 Akaho 9 Hirashita 9 Takada 8/9r Tokashiki 5/6r Mawuli 4 Okoye 3 Todo 2 Yasuma 0 Yamamoto 0 Miyazawa 0 Yoshida DNP

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2609/Canada-Australia#|tab=boxscore
Canada [72]: Fields 17/6r Carleton 16 Nurse 11 Colley 10 Amihere 7 Alexander 4/11r Achonwa 4/6r Hill 3 Konig DNP Gilles DNP Kyei DNP Hanson DNP
Australia [75]: Magbegor 16/7r Whitcomb 15/6a Talbot 11/9r/8a Tolo 9 Garbin 8 Madgen 6 Jackson 6 Wallace 2 George 2 Blicavs 0 Maley 0 Allen DNP

Standings:
1. Canada 3-1
2. France 3-1
3. Australia 3-1
4. Serbia 2-2
5. Japan 1-3
6. Mali 0-4

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