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Jordan VS Syria basketball

I just came back from the prince hamza arena, it's my first time ever watching basketball game, and it was live!
first impression THE GAME WAS COOOOOL and that was the end of the joy, till now I don't know how it ends and why there was 4 breaks during the game, i didn't understand why there was some fouls.
till now I don't know what was the scores, I only knew that WE WON!

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