2013 South American Basketball Championship for Women

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2013 South American Basketball Championship for Women
33.5th South American Basketball Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nation Argentina
Dates 31 July – 4 August
Teams 8
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Brazil (24th title)
MVP Brazil Damiris Dantas[1]
Official website
South American Women's Basketball Championship 2013
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The 2013 South American Basketball Championship for Women was the 33rd edition of the tournament. Eight teams featured the competition, held in Mendoza, Argentina from July 31 to August 4. Brazil was the defending champion and retain the title.[2]

Preliminary round

Qualified for the semifinals

Group A

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
 Brazil 6 3 3 0 286 135 +151
 Chile 5 3 2 1 233 177 +56
 Colombia 4 3 1 2 152 195 –43
 Peru 3 3 0 3 112 276 –164
July 31
14:00
Report
Colombia  64–31  Peru
Scoring by quarter: 18–7, 13–9, 14–12, 19–3
Pts: Mosquera 14
Rebs: Martínez 8
Asts: Palacio 3
Pts: Plasencia 10
Rebs: González 8
Asts: Debenedetti 2

July 31
19:30
Report
Brazil  80–63  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 20–12, 18–16, 24–17, 18–18
Pts: Dantas 22
Rebs: Dantas 14
Asts: Ribeiro 3
Pts: Morrison 13
Rebs: Morrison 9
Asts: seven players 1

August 1
14:30
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Peru  37–116  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 6–29, 3–23, 11–31, 17–33
Pts: Debenedetti 12
Rebs: García 6
Asts: two players 1
Pts: T. Nascimento 17
Rebs: F. Nascimento 13
Asts: Costa 6

August 1
19:00
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Chile  74–53  Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 24–6, 23–13, 12–24
Pts: Morrison 21
Rebs: Morrison 17
Asts: Novión 5
Pts: Olarte 10
Rebs: Sánchez, Martínez 4
Asts: Olarte 3

August 2
14:30
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Brazil  90–35  Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 29–0, 20–5, 20–16, 21–14
Pts: Ribeiro 17
Rebs: Dantas 9
Asts: four players 3
Pts: Olarte 9
Rebs: Mosquera 7
Asts: Olarte 2

August 2
19:00
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Peru  44–96  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 18–29, 9–21, 4–27, 13–19
Pts: Scamarone 13
Rebs: González 6
Asts: García 2
Pts: Morrison 38
Rebs: Morrison 15
Asts: Basaez 6

Group B

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
 Argentina 6 3 3 0 293 135 +158
 Venezuela 5 3 2 1 218 229 –11
 Paraguay 4 3 1 2 201 231 –30
 Uruguay 3 3 0 3 144 261 –117
July 31
16:30
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Uruguay  46–67  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 8–19, 14–13, 14–17, 10–18
Pts: Pereyra 25
Rebs: Pereyra 7
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Márquez 13
Rebs: Wallen 12
Asts: four players 2

July 31
21:30
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Argentina  83–34  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 18–3, 24–12, 19–10, 22–9
Pts: González 13
Rebs: Cabrera 7
Asts: Gretter 7
Pts: Ghiringhelli 8
Rebs: Peña 7
Asts: Mercado 2

August 1
16:45
Report
Venezuela  93–86 (OT)  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 22–15, 20–23, 16–22Overtime: 16–9
Pts: Silva 28
Rebs: Wallen 10
Asts: Pérez 4
Pts: Ferrari 52
Rebs: Peña, Huttemann 6
Asts: Mercado 12

August 1
21:15
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Uruguay  43–113  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 4–29, 15–23, 14–29, 10–32
Pts: Pereyra 11
Rebs: Somma 5
Asts: Pereyra, Dagnino 1
Pts: González 17
Rebs: Sánchez, Vega 6
Asts: Flores 4

August 2
16:45
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Paraguay  81–55  Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 26–19, 20–12, 19–12
Pts: C. Aponte 22
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Ghiringhelli 7
Pts: Guadalupe 18
Rebs: Guadalupe 13
Asts: Pereyra 3

August 2
21:15
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Argentina  97–58  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 23–4, 24–19, 22–14, 28–21
Pts: González 28
Rebs: Sánchez 14
Asts: Gretter 10
Pts: Silva 11
Rebs: Silva, Blanco 6
Asts: Wallen 2

Classification round

 
Semi-finals Fifth place
 
           
 
August 3 – Mendoza
 
 
 Colombia 66
 
August 4 – Mendoza
 
 Uruguay 52
 
 Colombia 67
 
August 3 – Mendoza
 
 Paraguay 75
 
 Paraguay 82
 
 
 Peru 47
 
Seventh place
 
 
August 4 – Mendoza
 
 
 Uruguay 61
 
 
 Peru 49

5th–8th classification

August 3
15:30
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Colombia  66–52  Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 10–14, 18–11, 12–23, 26–4
Pts: Martínez 23
Rebs: Mosquera 11
Asts: Sánchez 3
Pts: Pereyra 16
Rebs: Dibarboure 8
Asts: Martinelli, Pereyra 2

August 3
17:45
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Paraguay  82–47  Peru
Scoring by quarter: 24–11, 17–10, 11–8, 30–18
Pts: Ferrari 20
Rebs: V. Aponte, Caraves 6
Asts: Mercado, Caraves 3
Pts: Quiroz 16
Rebs: Vega 8
Asts: Debenedetti 2

Seventh place game

August 4
15:30
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Uruguay  61–49  Peru
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 14–7, 12–6, 19–20
Pts: Guadalupe 23
Rebs: López, Pereyra 6
Asts: Somma 5
Pts: Plasencia 15
Rebs: García 7
Asts: Plasencia 2

Fifth place game

August 4
17:45
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Colombia  67–75  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 27–13, 13–13, 18–16, 9–33
Pts: Martínez 19
Rebs: García 10
Asts: Olarte 4
Pts: Ferrari 29
Rebs: Mercado 9
Asts: Ferrari 3

Final round

 
Semi-finals Final
 
           
 
August 3 – Mendoza
 
 
 Brazil 76
 
August 4 – Mendoza
 
 Venezuela 41
 
 Brazil 67
 
August 3 – Mendoza
 
 Argentina 58
 
 Argentina 68
 
 
 Chile 58
 
Third place
 
 
August 4 – Mendoza
 
 
 Venezuela 56
 
 
 Chile 74

Semifinals

August 3
20:05
Report
Brazil  76–41  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 14–13, 12–15, 18–4, 32–9
Pts: Dantas, Bibiano 16
Rebs: Dantas 10
Asts: Dantas 4
Pts: Silva 8
Rebs: Blanco 10
Asts: Silva, Pérez 2
August 3
22:10
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Argentina  68–58  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 11–12, 21–13, 16–17, 20–16
Pts: Liñeira 16
Rebs: Sánchez 8
Asts: Liñeira 3
Pts: Morrison 21
Rebs: Morrison 11
Asts: Novión, Aragonese 2

Third place game

August 4
19:55
Report
Venezuela  56–74  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 8–13, 15–23, 13–18
Pts: Silva 16
Rebs: Corrales 9
Asts: Silva 4
Pts: Gómez 19
Rebs: Morrison 16
Asts: Novión 4

Final

August 14
22:00
Report
Brazil  67–58  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 18–18, 22–10, 10–12
Pts: Paixão 19
Rebs: Dantas 11
Asts: Costa 6
Pts: Vega 18
Rebs: Vega 10
Asts: Gretter 3

Final standings

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  Brazil 5–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Argentina 4–1
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Chile 3–2
4  Venezuela 2–3
5  Paraguay 3–2
6  Colombia 2–3
7  Uruguay 1–4
8  Peru 0–5

References

  1. ^ Brasil é campeão sul-americano feminino pela 24ª vez e Damiris é MVP Archived 2013-08-05 at the Wayback Machine., CBB, August 5, 2013
  2. ^ SUDAF2013 - Brazil is crowned champion, FIBA Americas, August 4, 2013

External links

  • Official website
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