Credit: FIBA
Credit FIBA

After losing to Great Britain in their first FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers game, Greece (1-1) bounced back, taking down the visiting Belarus (1-1) 77-67 (16-18, 22-12, 20-18, 19-19).

Belarus had a slight lead in the first period, but Greece went on a 19-2 run in the second period, gaining a double-digit advantage (38-28). Belarus did not give up, cutting the hosts' lead to one in the third quarter (41-42).

Greece regained a 10-point advantage at the end of the third period (58-48), but Uladzislau Blizniuk's 3-pointer cut Belarus' deficit to two at the halfway mark of the fourth quarter (60-62).

However, Greece finished the game strongly, outscoring their opponents 15-7 during the final stretch, delivering the local fans a 10-point victory.

Greece: Dimitrios Agravanis 14 (7 REB), Leonidas Kaselakis 14, Kostas Gontikas 13, Michail Lountzis 12, Nikos Gkikas (6 REB).

Belarus: Maksim Salash 17 (8 REB), Uladzislau Blizniuk 17, Artsiom Parakhouski 15 (15 REB), Andrei Stabrouski 11.

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