Brazil burst D'Tigers bubble
Nigeria's D'Tigers suffered a heavy defeat in the hands of Brazil at the ongoing four-nation tournament in San Carlos on Thursday.
The Brazilians outran the West Africans by 104-65 points.
In the first quarter of the game, the Brazilians finished with a 29-07 points lead.
Nigeria cut Brazil's lead to just 19 points in the second quarter but trailed by 32-51 points.
The Brazilians coasted off to further wins in the third and fourth to inflict a thumping defeat on their African counterparts.
Six of Brazil's players hit double figures with Anderson Varejao scoring the highest - 18 points and 11 rebounds.
Chamberlain Oguchi led the floor for Nigeria with 21 points while Al Farouk Aminu followed with 14 points.
D'Tigers had lost to Greece on Wednesday in their opening game.
The four-nation tournament is part of Nigeria's preparation ahead of the Olympic Qualification in Venezuela in July.