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Lebanon endured another abject shooting night as they suffered back-to-back World Cup qualifying defeats after being routed 72-52 by China Sunday. Lebanon's scoring travails initially surfaced Thursday, when an eight-point, halftime lead was surrendered in the 84-71 loss to South Korea,The previously irrepressible Ater Majok was collectively corralled by China, who restricted the double-double machine to just seven points and 10 rebounds.Loose handling of the ball has been a feature of their last two games, with Lebanon coughing up 16 turnovers against South Korea.They somehow managed to eclipse that number Sunday, committing an eye-watering 20 turnovers from which China scored 16 points.Point guard Guo Ailun added 13 points and five boards on 6/10 shooting, while Zhou Peng and Abudushalamu Abudurexiti finished with 11 points apiece.
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