• FIBA World Cup: Serbia gets clipped by France

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 1, 2014
    Serbia got back to winning on Monday, a day after falling by a point to France. Suns draft pick Bogdan Bogdanovic and Serbia nearly got a huge boost in the Group of Death, but an untimely turnover sealed their fate in a 74-73 loss to France in their second game of the FIBA World Cup. The good news is that Serbia still looks capable of making a deep run in the round of 16 should it advance. Unlike Goran Dragic and an undersized Slovenian squad, there is a bit versatility for Serbia. Center Miroslav Raduljica led the team with 21 points against France and should be a force against bigger squads from here on out. Watch the video above at the 1:20 mark and notice Bogdanovic ignite a break by whipping a pass to a left outlet, taking a pass back and quickly swinging it to the right side of the court before the rock finds its way to an open man under the hoop all without it touching the floor.
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