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JBA USA fall short in Lithuania - Oct 1, 2018

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Nate Morris
Despite getting off to a good start to begin the game, JBA USA couldn't keep up with Sintek-Jonava high flying three pointers and rebounds. JBA USA put up a fight in the second half, but fell short in a 126-118 loss to Sintek-Jonava on Saturday night at Jonava Sporto Arena in Jonava, Lithuania. Despite a great performance from Jerell Springer (6'6''-SG-99), who scored a team high 27 points with six rebounds for JBA USA (1-1), they were missing their bigs down in the post with Nate Morris (6'10''-F-97, college: Mississippi) out with a knee injury. Nyang Wek (6'6''-F-92), Melvin Davis (6'10''-C-98) and Corey Boyd (6'9''-C-98) are expected to join the team for their game on Monday October 1st against Alytaus Dzukija at the Alytaus Arena. With the 6-10 big man out, JBA USA had a hard time battling for rebounds with the tall post players for Sintek-Jonava. Juozas Ramanauskas (6'10''-C/F-85) led all rebounders with 14 boards to go along with his eight points. Justas Furmanavicius (6'6''-F-94, college: Mississippi) led all scorers with 32 points to go with his seven rebounds for Sintek-Jonava. Cameron Clark (6'7''-F, college: Independence CC) and LiAngelo Ball (6'5''-G-98, college: UCLA, agency: Slash Sports) led JBA USA with seven rebounds apiece, but the team fell behind on the boards 61-45. Gelo scored 26 points with eight assists. Lamelo Ball (6'5''-G-01, agency: Slash Sports) fell one steal short of a triple-double with 19 points, 16 assists and nine steals. He would have had the 10th steal, but fouled out midway through the fourth quarter. Rimantas Daunys (6'9''-SF-97) scored 20 points and Tadas Sebeziovas (6'1''-PG-85) added 17 points with five assists for Sintek-Jonava, which shot 45.8 percent from three point range. Troy Franklin led Sintek-Jonava with 12 assists to go with his 11 points, nine of those points came from the three point arch. Augustinas Jankaitis (6'9''-F-94) scored 14 points and Justas Vazalis added 13 points and five assists for Sintek-Jonava. Curtis Hollis (6'6''-G/F-98, college: Hutchinson CC) scored 17 points and Deon Lyle (6'5''-G, college: UTSA) added 15 points for JBA USA.
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