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FIBA World Cup 2019: Canada vs. Australian Boomers vs - Live updates, highlights and scores from Game 2

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The Australian Boomers bounced back after last night's defeat to Canada, grinding out an 81-73 win at RAC Arena in Perth.

Jock Landale was again among the Boomers' best, leading the way with 13 points and nine rebounds, while Jonah Bolden swung the momentum for the Aussies with a monster second half, finishing with 12 points, five rebounds and two assists.

After trailing 33-30 at the half, the Boomers turned it on in the third quarter, shooting 10-of-16 from the field and 6-of-8 from three, scoring 30 points in the period to take a one-point lead into the fourth, before cruising home to seal the win.

The Canadians created plenty of good looks from beyond the arc, but struggled to find their rhythm, going 7-of-25 on the night.

Khem Birch impressed for Canada with 18 points, while Oshae Brissett added 14 points on the night.

If you missed any of the action, we've got you covered with all the live updates, highlights, stats and more.

Final: Australia 81, Canada 73

Jonah Bolden is just making things happen for the Aussies, scrapping for loose balls, crashing the glass and moving well without the ball. He finished with 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting.

His performance tonight will give coach Andrej Lemanis plenty to think about ahead of the World Cup, with the 23-year-old taking over the second half, when the Boomers looked their best.

Khem Birch did his best to keep the Canadians in the game with a strong fourth quarter, recording 18 points on 7-of-5 shooting.

End of the third quarter: Australia 60, Canada 59

Jonah Bolden was the difference in the third quarter, making some nice plays to get Australia some open looks from three. He found his rhythm shooting the ball, knocking down a pair of three-pointers of his own to help Australia take the lead.

The Boomers offence looks much more fluid with Bolden in the game, with his quick decision-making and presence in the paint causing Canada plenty of problems on defence.

Matthew Dellavedova got in on the action, drilling back-to-back threes to kick-start Australia's third-quarter comeback.

Khem Birch came to life in the third quarter, with some nice work in the paint. He's up to 12 points on 5-of-12 shooting.

The triples dried up for the Canadians in the third, connecting on just 1-of-4 from deep in the period, thanks largely to the Boomers' increased defensive pressure on the perimeter.

Joe Ingles connects with Aron Baynes in the pick-and-roll for the flush!

Half-time: Canada 33, Australia 30

The Canadians continue to fill it up from deep, connecting on 6-of-14 of their three-pointers in the first half, while the Boomers managed just 3-of-13 from deep.

Jock Landale is proving to be the Boomers' best option on offence, finding plenty of space in the paint.

Landale leads all scorers with 10 points at the half, while Oshae Brissett leads the Canadians with nine points on 4-of-5 shooting.

Mitch Creek produced a pair of timely plays for the Aussies in the second quarter, getting the steal at half-court for the lauyp, before draining the open corner three.

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End of first quarter: Canada 18, Australia 17

After a quiet game on Friday, Matthew Dellavedova started the game with a burst of energy, forcing turnovers and getting the Boomers out in transition.

Meanwhile Jock Landale picked up where he left off, making his presence felt in the paint, capping off an early 8-0 run with a dunk.

Landale leads all scorers with eight points, while Oshae Brissett leads the Canadians with seven.

Canada struggled early with Australia's defensive pressure, but three-pointers from Thomas Scrubb, Oshae Brissett and Kaza Kajami-Keane helped Canada take a one-point lead after the first quarter.

Pre-game

Starting Lineups

Australia: Matthew Dellavedova, Chris Goulding, Joe Ingles, Jock Landale, Aron Baynes

Canada: Philip Scrubb, Melvin Ejim, Khem Birch, Andrew Nembhard, Kyle Wiltjer

It's nearly game time!

Hear from both head coaches, Nick Nurse and Andrej Lemanis after Game 1.

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