Armenia loses 2nd match at 2016 FIBA European Championship

Armenia loses 2nd match at 2016 FIBA European Championship

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's basketaball team lost the second match at the 2016 FIBA European Championship For Small Countries on Wednesday, June 29.

With a score of 63:70, the Armenians were defeated by the acting champion, Andorra.

Scoring 24 points overall, Andre Spight Mkrtchyan was once again the strongest among all the members of the Armenian basketball team, the National Olympic Committee said.

The Armenian team will play against Wales on Thursday.

Armenia got off to a successful start at the 2016 FIBA European Championship For Small Countries as the country's basketball team beat that of Moldova on Tuesday, June 28.

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