Second win for British women
Great Britain's women stormed to a second win of the Turkish International Foundation Tournament with an 81-65 victory over Argentina.
Britain, who opened their tournament with a crushing 113-86 win against world ranked number nine side South Korea on Friday, kept that run going with a second win in as many days in Istanbul.
GB play hosts Turkey on Sunday in their third game in the tournament.
Jo Leedham scored 22 points, with GB outscoring Argentina 26-10 in the third quarter.
Coach Tom Maher said: "Terrific effort tonight. Defensively we really put the brakes on them, especially in the third quarter.
"We stayed really aggressive offensively and we had a lot of contributors, so it was a fine win."
Julie Page had nine rebounds and added: "We did a really good job today, I thought we played really well as a team.
"Everyone stepped up and played their role and I was really proud of us on both the offensive and defensive ends."
Britain trailed 14-7 before hitting back with a 10-0 run and went into the break level at 38-38.
But strong shooting performances from Natalie Stafford (14 points), Temi Fagbenle (13) and Chantelle Handy (12) meant Britain were able to pull away.