Davison to step in for injured Bourdais at Indy 500
James Davison said it will be bittersweet to fill in for the injured Sebastien Bourdais at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday but plans to do his best despite limited preparation time.
KATOWICE, Poland Spain overwhelmed Serbia 85-63 to win gold at the European basketball championship for the first time on Sunday.
The world champions and Olympic silver medalists, who were competing in their seventh final, were led to victory by Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol who top-scored with 18 points and 11 rebounds.
Rudy Fernandez weighed in with 13 points and five rebounds while Uros Tripkovic and Novica Velickovic both racked up 15 points each for the Serbs.
Serbia, who had stunned Spain 66-57 in their opening group match of the tournament, were trailing by 10 points at the end of the first quarter.
Spain continued to pile on the pressure and streaked away to establish what turned out to be an unassailable 52-29 lead at the midway point.
Earlier, Greece won the bronze medal game with a nail-biting 57-56 success over Slovenia. Sofoklis Schortsanitis notched a game high 23 points for the Greeks.
(Writing by Mark Elkington in Madrid, editing by Dave Thompson)
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