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Basketball at the 1980 Summer Olympics was held at the Olympiiski Indoor Stadium[1][2] and at the CSCA Sports Palace[2], both located in Moscow. Two basketball events were contested: men's team and women's team. Finals of both events were held 30 July at the Olympiiski Indoor Stadium.

Due to American-led boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics the United States did not participate in the 1980 Olympics. The 1980 Olympics marked the second time that the United States did not win the gold medal in Olympic basketball; the Soviet Union had previously won amid controversy in 1972.

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Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's  Yugoslavia (YUG)
Andro Knego
Dragan Kićanović
Rajko Žižić
Mihovil Nakić
Željko Jerkov
Branko Skroče
Zoran Slavnić
Kresimir Ćosić
Ratko Radovanović
Duje Krstulović
Dražen Dalipagić
Mirza Delibašić
 Italy (ITA)
Fabrizio Della Fiori
Marco Solfrini
Marco Bonamico
Dino Meneghin
Renato Villalta
Renzo Vecchiato
Pierluigi Marzorati
Pietro Generali
Romeo Sacchetti
Roberto Brunamonti
Michael Sylvester
Enrico Gilardi
 Soviet Union (URS)
Stanislav Yeryomin
Valeri Miloserdov
Sergei Tarakanov
Aleksandr Salnikov
Andrei Lopatov
Nikolai Deriugin
Sergei Belov
Vladimir Tkachenko
Anatoli Myshkin
Sergėjus Jovaiša
Aleksandr Belostenny
Vladimir Zhigily
Women's  Soviet Union (URS)
Angelė Rupšienė
Liubov Sharmai
Vida Beselienė
Olga Barisheva-Korosteleva
Tatiana Ovechkina
Nadezhda Shuvaeva-Olkhova
Iuliana Semenova
Liudmila Rogozhina
Nelli Feryabnikova
Olga Sukharnova
Tatiana Zakharova-Nadirova
Tatiana Ivinskaia
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Nadka Goltcheva
Penka Metodieva
Petkana Makaveeva
Snezhana Mikhailova
Vania Dermendjieva
Krasimira Bogdanova
Angelina Mikhailova
Diana Brainova
Evladia Slavtcheva-Stefanova
Kostadinka Radkova
Silvia Germanova
Penka Stoyanova
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Vera Đurašković
Mersada Bećirspahić
Jelica Komnenović
Mira Bjedov
Vukica Mitić
Sanja Ožegović
Sofija Pekić
Marija Tonković
Zorica Đurković
Vesna Despotović
Biljana Majstorović
Jasmina Perazić

Men's

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Preliminary round

Qualified for the final round
Qualified for the classification round

Group A (Olympiiski, Moscow)

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Soviet Union (URS) 6 3 0 321 235 +86
 Brazil (BRA) 5 2 1 297 235 +62
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 4 1 2 285 236 +49
 India (IND) 3 0 3 194 391 -197

Group B (Olympiiski, Moscow)

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 6 3 0 328 249 +79
 Spain (ESP) 5 2 1 286 241 +45
 Poland (POL) 4 1 2 256 294 -38
 Senegal (SEN) 3 0 3 196 282 -86

Group C (CSCA Sports Palace, Moscow)

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD First Tiebreaker
Classification for Tied Teams
Second Tiebreaker
Goal Average for Tied Teams
Third Tiebreaker
Goal Average for All Teams
 Italy (ITA) 5 2 1 248 233 +15 1W-1L 1.000 1.064
 Cuba (CUB) 5 2 1 226 214 +12 1W-1L 1.000 1.056
 Australia (AUS) 5 2 1 224 215 +9 1W-1L 1.000 1.042
 Sweden (SWE) 3 0 3 191 227 -36

Classification round (CSCA Sports Palace, Moscow)

Team Pts. W L PF PA PD First Tiebreaker
Classification for Tied Teams
 Poland (POL) 9 4 1 453 359 +94 101-74
 Australia (AUS) 9 4 1 417 381 +36 74-101
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 8 3 2 474 377 +97 83-61
 Sweden (SWE) 8 3 2 375 341 +34 61-83
 Senegal (SEN) 6 1 4 345 396 -51
 India (IND) 5 0 5 329 539 -210

Final round (Olympiiski, Moscow)

Qualified for the gold medal game
Qualified for the bronze medal game
Team Pts. W L PF PA PD First Tiebreaker
Classification for Tied Teams
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 10 5 0 506 442 64
 Italy (ITA) 8 3 2 419 438 -19 87-85
 Soviet Union (URS) 8 3 2 505 468 37 85-87
 Spain (ESP) 7 2 3 488 485 3 110-81
 Brazil (BRA) 7 2 3 448 477 -29 81-110
 Cuba (CUB) 5 0 5 434 490 -56

Medal round

July 30 Bronze  Soviet Union (URS) 117–74  Spain (ESP)    Olympiiski, Moscow
July 30 Gold  Yugoslavia (YUG) 86–77  Italy (ITA)    Olympiiski, Moscow

Final ranking

  1.  Yugoslavia (YUG)
  2.  Italy (ITA)
  3.  Soviet Union (URS)
  4.  Spain (ESP)
  5.  Brazil (BRA)
  6.  Cuba (CUB)
  7.  Poland (POL)
  8.  Australia (AUS)
  9.  Czechoslovakia (TCH)
  10.  Sweden (SWE)
  11.  Senegal (SEN)
  12.  India (IND)

Women's

Final ranking

  1.  Soviet Union (URS)
  2.  Bulgaria (BUL)
  3.  Yugoslavia (YUG)
  4.  Hungary (HUN)
  5.  Cuba (CUB)
  6.  Italy (ITA)

References


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