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Georgian National Team defeated Romania
22:11 02.09.2012
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National team of Georgia defeated Romania with 91:74 in the European Championship qualifying cyrcle and celebrated the fourth victory.

Georgian basketball-players won all four periods against the hosts and defeated them with a better score in Sibiu, than in Tbilisi. 

Tornike Shengelia was the best from Georgians, who brought to the team 23 points and blocked 10 points. Manuchar Markoishvili got 17 points and Jacob Pulen – 16. 

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