‘Team-first’ mentality nets Germany first Basketball World Cup title

‘Team-first’ mentality nets Germany first Basketball World Cup title

Germany beat the Serbians 83-77 in Manila, breaking clear in the third quarter before hanging on for the win in a nervy finish.


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