Toko Shengelia scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Georgia in a 129-124, double overtime, loss to a collection of U.S. college players in Tallinn, Estonia. Shengelia shot 11-for-23, including 1-for-2 from three point range, in the "friendly.". Viktor Sanikidze, whose rights are held by the Spurs, had 30 and 15.
For the US college team, leading scorer was Maryland guard Nick Faust with 35. Quinn Cook of Duke had 29. Georgia next plays on August 4 against Austria. That game and a "friendly" tournament in Georgia August 7-9 is in preparation for the FIBA Eurobasket Qualifying Round starting August 15.
Boxscore - Georgia vs. US College Stars - Estonian Basketball