Germany, who scored a tough 77-72 win over the host in day one of the tournament, led from start to finish, scoring a 59-46 win over Colombia.
Sebastian Wolk led the Germans with 13 points, while Dirk Passiwan finished with 12 points to go with eight rebounds and eight assists, which was simply too much to absorb for Colombia, who dropped their second-straight game.
Poland, on the other hand, had a strong start and never let their opponent to get into their rhythm en route to a 78-53 win over Japan to successfully protect their unblemished record.
Mateusz Filipski and Piotr Luszynski were simply too dominating as they finished with 24 and 21 points for Germany, respectively, with the latter adding 17 rebounds and four assists.
Spain also remained unscathed with a 71-64 win over South Africa, while Australia squeaked past Turkey for also their second win in the tournament.
Meanwhile, Great Britain absorbed their second-straight defeat with a 70-54 annihilation from Canada, who improved to 2-0 after beating Japan in Day One.
With the loss, Great Britain are now in a tough situation to save their medal hopes, disappointing head coach Murray Tresseder.
“I thought the start of the game was poor from us which is disappointing because that is something we have been working hard on,” Tresseder said. “I was disappointed in the performances of a number of the players and I’m going to throw some big challenges down to them.”
2012 London Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Day Two Results (Friday – August 31)
- Germany 59 – 46 Colombia
- Poland 78 – 53 Japan
- Italy 51 – 77 USA
- South Africa 50 – 74 Spain
- Turkey 64 – 71 Australia
- Canada 70 – 54 Great Britain