Germany improved to 2-1 in group play at Eurobasket qualifying with a 109-49 blowout win over Luxembourg.
Atlanta's Dennis Schröder came off the bench and finished with nine points and four assists on 4-6 shooting. He turned the ball over twice in 18 minutes of action. Every player on Germany's roster scored at least five points and five different players finished with 12 each.
Germany, Poland and Austria are all tied atop the Group C standings after three games with 2-1 records. Germany will play Poland on Wednesday and will be looking to avenge an earlier one-point loss. Poland fell to Austria on Sunday 83-81. Teams will play each other twice in group play. The top two finishers in the group will move on to the next round.
In three games Schröder is averaging 12.7 points while shooting 56 percent from the floor. He is 4-10 from three-point range and is averaging four assists and four turnovers per game.