The Basketball World Cup for Women, usually referred to as the FIBA Women's World Cup or just the FIBA Women's World Cup, is an international basketball competition for women's national teams that is held every four years. The International Basketball Federation developed it.
In a 69-64 victory over Japan in the women's basketball World Cup, Jovana Nogic led Serbia with 13 points, one of five players for Serbia to score in double figures.
For Serbia (1-), who utilized a 24-9 first quarter to grab an early lead over the Tokyo Olympic silver medalists, Yvonne Anderson and Kristina Topuzovic both scored 12 points.
With 6:45 remaining, Nogic scored a jumper and Ivana Raca made two free throws to regain a double-digit lead after Japan (1-1) fought back to draw within 58-52 on a free throw from Stephanie Mawuli early in the fourth quarter. With 33 seconds left, Japan had trimmed the deficit to 67-62, but Mawuli committed an offensive foul.
Jovana Nogic was born on December 17, 199. She plays basketball professionally. Her height is six foot one. She is a small forward and competes for Serbia's national team and Campos Promete.
In a game between Spain and LF Endesa on January 9, 2022, Jovana tied her career best in points. She contributed 27 points that day as Promete defeated Ferrol at home, 86-75. She also had 3 steals, 7 assists, and 2 rebounds. She made 4/5 from two and 5/13 from three, for a field goal 메이저사이트 percentage of 50.0%. She also made 4 out of 5 free throws. She pulled down 10 rebounds in Promete's 55-67 home loss against Perfumerias Avenida on April 3, 2022. She scored 15 points and had a steal.