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Indy Cornrows Sep 1, 2014

Can Indiana utilize Luis Scola like Argentina does?

Luis Scola dropped 30 points on 19 shots against Croatia, showing that he can still do more than catch and shoot out of the pick and pop. In his first year with the Indiana Pacers, Luis Scola’s offensive game was elbow jumper after elbow jumper. In the regular season 58 percent of Scola’s shots were two-point jumpers outside the paint, by far the highest percentage of his career. It was the first season that more than half of Scola’s field goal attempts came from outside the paint. He did make 44 percent of his shots from this distance, good for .88 points per shot. But in Scola’s...
Indy Cornrows Aug 31, 2014

2014 FIBA World Cup: Luis Scola score 30 points but Argentina falls to Croatia

Scola was the star for Argentina but couldn't lead his team past Croatia with new teammate Damjan Rudez helping off the bench. Croatia  improved to 2-0 in Group B play at the 2014 FIBA World Cup with a strong win over a veteran Argentina team lead by Pacers forward Luis Scola. After scoring 20 points and grabbing nine rebounds in Argentina's opening game win over Pureto Rico, Scola appeared to be in mid-season form again for his home country, with 30 points and nine rebounds against Croatia. Well, maybe not mid-season form from last year, but his international game is certainly in prime...
Rotoworld Aug 31, 2014

Luis Scola scores 30 points for Argentina - Luis Scola (F/C) Indiana Pacers

Luis Scola scored 30 points in a losing effort for Argentina on Sunday, making 11-of-19 FGs and 7-of-11 FTs with nine rebounds and one block.
Indy Cornrows Aug 27, 2014

2014 FIBA World Cup: Luis Scola represents Argentina well in international play

The Pacers veteran forward earned his way to the NBA in part through his illustrious career in international play for the powerhouse Argentina national team. Pacers forward Luis Scola will dial up the intensity this weekend when Argentina opens FIBA World Cup play on Saturday against Puerto Rico in Sevilla, Spain. Could it be his last go around playing for his home country? Scola has a wealth of international basketball experience dating back to 1995 when he won a gold medal as a member of Argentina's junior national team in the South American Cadet Championship. He was just 15-years-old...

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