Australia wrapped up its farewell series against Greece with a 79-58 victory in the third and final game in Geelong.
The Boomers, who won the opening two games of the series 87-60 and 91-51, looked set for a comfortable victory when they held a 17-point advantage at half-time.
But that was reduced to just five points when the Greeks fought back in the third quarter to trail 44-39.
The hosts found enough in the tank to re-focus in the final term and ice the win, which gave them a 3-0 series triumph in their last hit-out on Australian soil before the London Olympics.
Matthew Dellavedova led the scoring for the Boomers with 12 points, while Joe Ingles and Brad Newley added 11-point hauls.
Georgios Bogris and Nikolaos Pappas both posted 16 points for Greece.
Their first game at the London Olympics is against Brazil on July 29.Tags: sport, basketball, olympics-summer, geelong-3220 First posted June 27, 2012 22:23:49