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All-Africa Games Standings
Group A
 1. Angola 4-0 
 2. Egypt 3-1 
 3. DRCongo 2-2 
 4. Gabon 1-3 
 5. Seychelles 0-4 
Group B
 1. Nigeria 3-0 
 2. Mali 2-1 
 3. Mozambique 1-2 
 4. Ivory Coast 0-3 

Angola triumph at the 11th All Africa Game (Photo: All-Africa Games)
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Angolan National Team 2015
Edson Ndoniema
Armando Costa
Carlos Morais
Roberto Fortes
Hermenegildo Santos
4Edson Ndoniema 191-G-91 1 De Agosto Angola
5Armando Costa 192-G-83 1 De Agosto Angola
6Carlos Morais 200-G-85 Libolo Angola
7Roberto Fortes 193-G-84 Petroleos Angola
8Hermenegildo Santos 192-G-90 1 De Agosto Angola
9Leonel Paulo 197-F-89 Petroleos Angola
10Vander Joaquim 208-C-90 Libolo Angola
11Reggie Moore 203-PF-81 1 De Agosto Angola
12Felizardo Ambrosio 202-F-87 1 De Agosto Angola
13Yanick Moreira 211-C-91 LA Clippers USA
14Braulio Morais 190-G-90 Libolo Angola
15Eduardo Mingas 200-F/C-79 Libolo Angola

Angola triumph at the 11th All Africa Game - Sep 19, 2015

Angola triumph at the 11th All Africa Game as they beat Egypt 83-73 in the Final game. Both teams showed outstanding and well-deserved Final, while Angolan team's dominance allowed them to lift up the trophy. Reggie Moore (203-PF-81, college: ORU) stepped up with 20 points to pace the winners. Roberto Fortes (193-G-84, college: Illinois St.) contributed 15 points for the winners. Mohamed Gunady responded with 17 points for Egypt.
Nigeria's men basketball team meanwhile defeated Mali 57-55 to win bronze in the 2015 All Africa Games in Congo. They opened the game with a 22-7 lead and led 12 points at the halftime. No matter how hard Mali tried to recover, Nigeria sealed a 2-point win.

Angola and Egypt reach the Final - Sep 17, 2015

Angola and Egypt reach the Final at the All-Africa Games 2015. Angola overcame Mali 76-62 as Reggie Moore (203-PF-81, college: ORU) top-scored for the winners with 19 points and Edson Ndoniema (191-G-91) notched 17. Roberto Fortes (193-G-84, college: Illinois St.) followed them with 13 points in a win.
Egypt meanwhile beat Nigeria's DTigers 61-60. The Afrobasketball champions met a strong resistance in emerging powerhouse of African basketball, Egypt, who narrowly defeated D'Tigers in a closely fought semi-final at the Makelekele Sports Centre Wednesday night.. DTigers will now be left to scramble for the bronze medal in the third place match against Mali.

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