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Olympics: D’Tigers Fall To Germany

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Nigeria’s Basketball team, D’Tigers suffered a second consecutive loss at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after losing narrowly to Germany 92-99 on Wednesday morning.

The team had earlier lost their first match against Australia 97-55.

The performance against Germany was an improvement on the previous one against the Aussies.

The tie was even at half time with the scores 50-50 and also third quarter ended 74-74 before the Germans took the game beyond the D’Tigers in the fourth quarter racing on to a 99-92 victory to earn their first victory of the games.

Nigeria will hope to bounce back against Italy on Saturday as their chances of progressing hangs by a thread.

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