Splitter, Brazil trashed Uruguay at FIBA Americas quarter final round


After playing just 10 minutes in Brazil’s easy win over Cuba, San Antonio Spurs’ Tiago Splitter logged in 21 minutes against Uruguay at the start of FIBA Americas quarter final round.

Spurs' Tiago Splitter helped Brazil defeat Uruguay in easy fashion.

The Brazilian’s started the game strong, and took a 25-16 over Uruguay after the first period and never looked back.

Uruguay were able to win the second quarter 18-17 to cut the deficit to 34-42 at the half.

However, the third quarter belonged to Brazil.

The Brazilian national squad, outscored Uruguay 28-12 in the decisive quarter to put the game away.

By the time the third quarter ended, Brazil is already up 70-46.

Uruguay never threatened the lead in the final quarter as Brazil won the game 93-66.

Vitor Benite paced the Brazilians with 21 points while Splitter had a near double-double with nine points, eight rebounds, one assist, one steal and two block shots for Team Brazil.

Sebastian Bernal led Uruguay with 12 points and four rebounds.

Splitter and Brazil will go up against Panama tomorrow at  20:30 (GMT -3) in Mar del Plata.

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5 thoughts on “Splitter, Brazil trashed Uruguay at FIBA Americas quarter final round

  1. Yeah…. Splitter didn’t played well , Brazil didn’t need him so much..
    Tomorrow must be an easy game…
    Brazil will need Splitter playing well against Puerto Rico, because if Brazil lose to PR probably will not go to the finals. PR is the key game.

    • I thought Splitter played well enough with limited minutes because the lead was so big third quarter, Brazil didn’t need to play him much.

      Brazil should handle Panama and I agree that beating Puerto Rico will be key for Brazil.

      Thanks everyone for the reads and comments, I really appreciate it.

  2. Splitter and Brazil took care of business early, great win. Panama looks like an easy opponent for the Brazilians we will see how it goes tomorrow.

  3. Pingback: Splitter, Brazil thumped Panama; marched to second win in quarter finals « Spurs World

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