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North Korea lost to the hosts of Asian Games - Nov 18, 2010

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North Korea-China 62:98

China cruised past North Korea in Day 2 of the Men's Preliminary Round in Group E. The hosts of the Asian games celebrated 98:62 win at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena.
It was an easy start for the favorites as they produced a 25-15 in the opening quarter. In the second period the hosts dedicated more time and effort to defence and limited the opponents to just 9 points. After 21-9 in the second quarter China enjoyed 46:24 halftime advantage. The picture remained the same in the second half with China dominating the court. They added 28-21 in the third quarter and finished with 24-17 in the last period. That victory allowed them to take 2-0 record on top of Group E. North Korea meanwhile dropped to 0-2 in the bottom of the standings.
Wang ZhiZhi (214-C-79) stepped up with 14 points for 2-0 record with his side. Ding Jinhui (204-C-90) and Zhang QingPeng (189-G-81) netted 12, while Zhou Peng (207-F-89) netted 11.
In Day 3 North Korea will face South Korea that reached their second straight win at the Asian Games in China. The team improved to 2-0 record in Group E after the win over Jordan 95:49 at the Guangzhou Int'l Sport Arena. China meanwhile will play versus Uzbekistan on November 19th.

North Korea: Chol Pak Un (185-G-81) 19, O Jin Hyok 11
China: Wang ZhiZhi 14, Ding Jinhui 12, Zhang QingPeng 12, Zhou Peng 11   

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