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With just three games remaining in the Eurobasket 2013 Qualifier, San Antonio Spurs draftee Davis Bertans and Latvia (3-2) have inched closer to locking up a position for the 2013 Eurobasket, while Adam Hanga and Hungary have fallen further behind in their individual group.
On Thursday, Latvia defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 80-64 to take first place in Group D, as Bertans put on an almost perfect shooting performance, as he shot 4-of-4 from the field (2-of-2 from three), and 1-fo-2 from the free throw line to finish the game with 11 points, seven rebounds, one steal, and four turnovers.
With the victory, Latvia will next face the Netherlands (2-3) this coming Wednesday in Almere. If Latvia can come away with the victory, they would almost be a lock to win their group and secure a position to participate in next years Eurobasket.
Hanga and Hungary on the other hand didn’t have the same success as Latvia, as they fell in a close game 78-76 to the Ukraine. Hanga strug...
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