China swallowed its second defeat at the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup after losing to Group B rival South Sudan 89-69 on Monday.
Kyle Anderson, or Li Kaier in Chinese, scored a game-high 22 points to lead China's box score.
"Besides losing two games, I'm really loving the experience, and playing at the FIBA Games," Anderson spoke to China News Service after the game, "I am shouting to the fans in China. The support has been amazing. It really means a lot to me and the team." "We gotta find a way to win, and try to make something happen," Anderson added.