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Chinese won their final two Group D games to advance
Latest Updated by 2006-08-24 15:12:26
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China's Yao Ming & Wang Shipeng celebrates their win against Slovenia. (photo: sina) [Gallery] [Team members]
Yao Ming scored 36 points and Wang Shipeng made a 3-pointer as time expired to give China a 78-77 victory over Slovenia on Thursday (Aug 24th) to advance to the second round of the basketball world championship.

The Chinese (2-3) won their final two Group D games, and would be guaranteed to advance to the second round of the basketball world championship, whatever the results of the later game between Italy and Puerto Rico may be.

Sani Becirovic scored 20 points for Slovenia, which could have clinched a berth in the second round in its world championships debut, but instead was forced to wait with the Chinese for the results of the second game and hope a three-way tiebreaker worked out in its favor.

With four NBA players on its roster, Slovenia (2-3) was thought to be the second-best team behind the United States in Group D. But the Slovenians blew double-digit leads in two of their losses _ including a 14-point lead in this one. Slovenia will be out if the Puerto Rico beats Italy in a later game.

China's reviews during the  first round of the world basketball championships

China downs Senegal 100-83 to earn first win [Gallery]

Yao Ming scored 26 points, right at his tournament-best average, and China beat winless Senegal 100-83 on Wednesday (Aug 23rd) for its first victory at the basketball world championship.

Former NBA player Wang Zhizhi added 19 points and Wang Shipeng had 17, including three big 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, for China (1-3). The Chinese, who close Group D play against Slovenia, kept alive their hopes of reaching the round of 16 but still needed help. >>>Details

China loses its 3rd game against Puerto Rico [Gallery]

Yao Ming scored 29 point before he fouled out and China lost 90-87 to Puerto Rico in overtime on Tuesday (Aug 22nd) at the world basketball championship.

China (0-3) led by 11 early in the fourth quarter and was still up two when Yao fouled out with 4:40 left in regulation. But the Chinese had only one more field goal in regulation and allowed the first six points in overtime. >>>Details

Yao fails to save China from opening loss

NBA All-star center Yao Ming scored a game-high 30 points, but failed to stop China from losing to Italy 84-69 in their opening match at the 2006 World Men's Basketball Championship, which kicked off in Japan on Saturday.

Trailing 39-35 after the first half, China came back to take the lead at 48-47 as Yao scored 11 points in a 13-11 run opening the third quarter. >>>Details

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