Both Gisela Vega and Melisa Gretter had 15 points apiece, Sthefany Thomas added 12, while Ramses Lonlack's game-high 25 points weren't good enough to avoid Cameroon's first defeat in the competition.
Stats Don't Lie: While Starling and Lonlack, the only Cameroonians to score in double figures, combined for 37 points, five Argentinians scored at least 10 points or more.
Game Hero: Vega piled up 15 points, and shot 6-of-12, while not hesitating to put her body on the line. The 34-year-old showed tremendous grit to finish with nine rebounds, underlining who won the battle of the bigs.
The Bottom Line: Argentina stepped on the floor with a sense of desperation, battling it out for every ball possession to disrupt Cameroon's game plan. Cameroon rallied in the third quarter thanks to a 9-0 run, cutting the deficit to 45-33. Lonlack and Starling finished with more than half of Cameroon's 64 points. Argentina never trailed, led by as many as 20 points to become a deserving winner of the contest.