Lithuania struggled but Gediminas Bertasius put on a three-point show in holding off Estonia 72-64 to remain undefeated at the U18 European Championship Men.
Bertasius nailed seven shots from beyond the arc in scoring 31 points and Tautvydas Slezas added 10 points and 10 rebounds as Lithuania captured top honours in Group B with a 3-0 record.
Estonia may have dropped their opening game at the U18 European Championship for Men against Italy but Aivars Kuusmaa still is enjoying his return to Greece.
The Estonian coach has fond memories of the U18 host nation after playing three years with Greek basketball giants Panathinaikos from 1993 to 1996.
Serbia had no suspense by blowing out Estonia 76-41 in improving to 1-1 in Group B.
Filip Sepa scored all 19 of his points in the first half while Nenad Grujo had 10 points. Six other players from Miroslav Nikolic's team hit at least five points.
David Reginald Coornooh tallied 20 points in helping Italy hold off a spirited Estonia 65-60 in opening day action in Group B of the U18 European Championship for Men.
Andrea De Nicolao and Pasquale Paolisso combined for four free throws in the final 1:12 to secure the victory for Alessandro Ramagli's side in Pyrgos.
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