By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs.com
In what seemed like an intrasquad San Antonio Spurs scrimmage. France's depth ended up winning 71-64 over Argentina's star power at only a handful of positions.
France lead early on and Argentina would be looking to close the gap the rest of the way. Even after Argentina found ways to even the game up with free throws or three-pointers, France seemed to always answer back.
For Argentina, they had good performances from Manu Ginobili and Luis Scola, but didn't get much help elsewhere while France had five players in double figures.
Aside from having issues with France's depth, as Ginobili eluded to in his Olympics journal on ChanchaLlena
, France's big front line, especially Kevin Seraphin, gave Argentina major fits early on.
After struggling against the United States, Tony Parker bounced back with a big game, and he was key late in the game when Argentina tried to make their last comeback attempts.
Here's how the Spurs representation on both teams did.
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