Bjelica won the game with an unorthodox shot. (Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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Nemanja Bjelica made a difficult lay-up with less than a second remaining to lift Serbia to a 68-66 victory over Germany at the European basketball championship Sunday. Serbia improved to 2-0 in the tough Group B, while Germany fell to 1-1 . Bjelica led Serbia with 12 points in a close game, with neither team ever leading by more than seven. Tibor Pleiss also added 15 points for Germany, while Dennis Schroeder had 11, shooting 4-for-11, along with six assists and four turnovers.With 3.7 seconds on the clock, Serbia called a timeout and devised the play for Bjelica.Serbia played late the night before, beating Spain 80-70 .
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