Jamaica took the lead in the standings of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 – Central American and Caribbean Pre-Qualifiers, which are held at the Adolfo Pineda Gymnasium in San Salvador, by reaching their second victory, this time by a comfortable margin against Guyana, 107-87.
Jamaica (2-0) had a great offensive day at all levels. They made 13 three-pointers, had 35 points in transition and 52 points from the paint.
A total of five players reached double digits in scoring, led again by Omari Johnson, who contributed 26 points, with 4 triples and 7 rebounds. Marcel Robinson added 21 and Romaine Thomas 18.
Forward Anthony Moe led Guyana (0-2) with 25 points, point guard Stanton Rose also stood out with 19, 6 three-pointers and 8 rebounds, Delroy James had 18 points.