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2009 (AND OLDER) EUROPEAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT (EUROBASKET) COVERAGE IS ON OUR EUROBASKET page. GO THERE!

Note that "men" means males ages 22 or over. There are other European championships for different age groups. But the most important one is the "European Championship for men," which is usually just referred to as the "European Championship." When people refer to the younger age groups they will always be specific about the age group.

2001 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

Gold Medal: Yugoslavia (now Serbia-Montenegro)
Silver Medal: Turkey
Bronze Medal: Spain
4th Place: Germany

Final Score of Gold Medal Game: Yugoslavia 78 Turkey 69
Final Score of Bronze Medal Game: Spain 99 Germany 90

Final Standings:
1. Yugoslavia
2. Turkey
3. Spain
4. Germany
5. Russia
6. France
7. Croatia
8. Latvia
9-12: Israel, Lithuania, Greece, Italy
13-16: Bosnia, Slovenia, Estonia, Ukraine

MVP: Peja Stojakovic (Yugoslavia)
Top Scorer: Dirk Nowitzki (Germany)
Top Rebounder: Pau Gasol (Spain)
Top Passer: Miglinieks (Latvia)

Final Stat Leaders:

POINTS:
1. NOWITZKI, GER 28.7
2. STOJAKOVIC, YUG 23.0
3. KUTLUAY, TUR 21.7
4. KRILENKO, RUS 19.2
5. KAMBALA, LAT 19.0
6. MUURSEPP, EST 18.3
7. GASOL, ESP 17.3
8. BAGATSKIS, LAT 17.2
9. TCHIKALKINE, RUS 17.0
10. MULAOMER., CRO 16.7

REBOUNDS:
1. GASOL, ESP 9.7
2. BESOK, TUR 9.2
3. NOWITZKI, GER 9.1
4. NESTEROVIC, SLO 9.0
5. KAMBALA, LAT 9.0

ASSISTS:
1. MIGLINIEKS, LAT 7.3
2. PAPALOUKAS, GRE 5.8
3. SCIARRA, FRA 5.3
4. JASIKEVICIUS, LTU 4.8
5. MENEGHIN, ITA 4.8

 

1999 European Championship

Gold Medal: Italy
Silver Medal: Spain
Bronze Medal: Yugoslavia
4th Place: France

Final Score of Gold Medal Game: Italy 64 Spain 56
Final Score of Bronze Medal Game: Yugoslavia 74 France 52

Final Standings:
1. Italy
2. Spain
3. Yugoslavia
4. France
5. Lithuania
6. Russia
7. Germany
8. Turkey
9-12: Croatia, Israel, Slovenia, Czech Republic
13-16: Bosnia, Macedonia, Greece, Hungary

Final Stat Leaders:

POINTS
1.Herreros, ESP 19.2
2.Barton, CZE 18.7
3.Sheffer, ISR 16.7
4.Myers, ITA 16.3
5.Rigaudeau, FRA 15.5
6.Nowitzki, GER 15.2
7.Kukoc, CRO 14.2
8.Karnishovas, LTU 14.2
9.Karassev, RUS 14,2
10.Bodiroga, YUG 14,1

REBOUNDS
1.Sabonis, LTU 8.5
2.Besok, TUR 7.4
3.Nossov, RUS 7.3
4.Reyes, ESP 7.2
5.Tomasevic, YUG 6.8

ASSISTS
1.Kukoc, CRO 6.3
2.Bogojevic, GER 5.2
3.Turneri, TUR 4.6
4.Mulaomerovic, CRO 4.8
5.Bodiroga, YUG 4.3







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