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2012 William Jones Cup: Anyang KGC improved to 3-2 record - Aug 23, 2012


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Jordan -Anyang KGC 84:105

Anyang KGC improved to 3-2 record at the 2012 William Jones Cup. The South Korean team overcame Jordan 105:84 in Day 6 of the tournament. Jordan meanwhile fell at 1-4 record.
Both teams scored 24 points each in the first period and only then Anyang KGC took the control of the game. They produced 27-19 in the second frame and grabbed 8-point lead at the halftime. Moreover South Korean team added 30-23 in the third period and enjoyed 81:66 lead after three quarters. Anyang KGC won also the last stanza 24-18 and celebrated a 21-point victory.
Pattillo Juan (197-F-88, college: W.Kentucky) top-scored for the winners with 24 points and 17 rebounds, while Choi Hyun-Min (196-F-90) also scored 24. Stutz Garrett (212-C-90, college: Wichita St.) and Lee Jung-Hyun (191-F-87) followed them with 12 points each in a win. Rasheim Wright (192-G-81, college: District of Col.) replied with 24 points and Ali ZAGHAB collected 20 points and 13 rebounds. Wesam AL SOUS poured in 18 and Mahmoud Abdeen (189-PG-87) delivered 8.

Jordan: Rasheim Wright 24, Ali ZAGHAB 20+13 rebs, Wesam AL SOUS 18, Mahmoud Abdeen 8
Anyang KGC: Pattillo Juan 24+17 rebs, Choi Hyun-Min 24, Stutz Garrett 12, Lee Jung-Hyun 12
  




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