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Quincy Davis III does not rush on the basketball court. In fact he could be unkindly described as slow, but against South Korea in the final of the East Asia championship on Wednesday, his composed play was vital to Taiwan’s 77-64 win.

Davis finished the final in Nagano’s White Ring with a line of 21 points and 13 rebounds, but it may be the towering U.S.-born center’s calming presence that was his biggest contribution to his team’s title, Taiwan’s first in the tournament’s history.

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