Dragic Says Spain is FIBA World Cup Favorite
Goran Dragic knows NBA talent as well as anyone at this FIBA World Cup tournament, what with his six seasons logged in the world’s best league and his borderline All-Star status.
But when the Phoenix Suns point guard was asked to pick a FIBA World Cup favorite just minutes after his Slovenian team was drubbed 119-76 by Team USA on Tuesday night, one might have assumed that he’d pick the Americans if only because of the magnitude of the one-sided moment. And one would have been wrong.
“Uh, I mean so far, (it’s) Spain,” Dragic said.
via USA TODAY Sports
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