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EuroBasket 2003
33rd FIBA European Basketball Championship
Official logo of the EuroBasket 2003
Official website
EuroBasket 2003 (FIBA Europe)
Tournament details
Host nation  Sweden
Dates September 5 – September 14
Teams 16 (from federations)
Venues (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Lithuania (3rd title)
MVP Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
PPG Spain Gasol (25.8)  Lithuania (90.6)
Rebounds Turkey Türkcan (9.3)  Croatia (36)
Assists Lithuania Jasikevičius (8.2)  Lithuania (17.3)

The EuroBasket 2003 (common name for the 33rd FIBA European Basketball Championship), was held in Sweden between 5 September and 14 September 2003. Lithuania won the gold medal, Spain won the silver while Italy won the bronze. Lithuania's Sarunas Jasikevicius was named the tournament MVP.

The EuroBasket is a biennial basketball competition between national teams organised by FIBA Europe, the sport's governing body in Europe.

Contents

Venues

City Arena Capacity
Borås Boråshallen 3,000
Luleå Coop Arena 6,500
Norrköping Himmelstalundshallen 4,280
Södertälje Scaniarinken 7,250
Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena 13,850
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Preliminaries

Group A – Coop Arena, Luleå

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  France 6 3 0 271 210 +61
2.  Slovenia 5 2 1 232 217 +15
3.  Italy 4 1 2 199 234 -35
4.  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 0 3 210 251 -41
September 5, 2003
Slovenia 77 - 67 Italy 18:00
France 98 - 76 Bosnia and Herzegovina 21:00
September 6, 2003
Bosnia and Herzegovina 62 - 73 Slovenia 16:00
Italy 52 - 85 France 18:30
September 7, 2003
Slovenia 82 - 88 France 15:15
Bosnia and Herzegovina 72 - 80 Italy 18:15

Group B – Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Lithuania 6 3 0 279 224 +55
2.  Germany 5 2 1 251 260 -9
3.  Israel 4 1 2 234 255 -21
4.  Latvia 3 0 3 252 277 -25
September 5, 2003
Germany 86 - 81 Israel 15:15
Lithuania 92 - 91 Latvia 18:00
September 6, 2003
Latvia 86 - 94 Germany 14:00
Israel 62 - 94 Lithuania 17:00
September 7, 2003
Lithuania 93 - 71 Germany 15:15
Israel 91 - 75 Latvia 18:15

Group C – Scaniarinken, Södertälje

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Spain 6 3 0 263 196 +67
2.  Russia 5 2 1 264 240 +24
3.  Serbia and Montenegro 4 1 2 225 238 -13
4.  Sweden 3 0 3 191 269 -78
September 5, 2003
Serbia and Montenegro 80 - 95 Russia 18:00
Spain 99 - 52 Sweden 21:00
September 6, 2003
Russia 77 - 89 Spain 18:00
Sweden 68 - 78 Serbia and Montenegro 21:00
September 7, 2003
Serbia and Montenegro 67 - 75 Spain 15:45
Sweden 71 - 92 Russia 18:15

Group D – Boråshallen, Borås

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Greece 6 3 0 231 219 +12
2.  Turkey 5 2 1 222 216 +6
3.  Croatia 4 1 2 241 223 +18
4.  Ukraine 3 0 3 213 249 -36
September 5, 2003
Ukraine 69 - 77 Turkey 18:00
Greece 77 - 76 Croatia 21:00
September 6, 2003
Croatia 93 - 71 Ukraine 18:00
Turkey 70 - 75 Greece 21:00
September 7, 2003
Greece 79 - 73 Ukraine 15:15
Turkey 75 -72 Croatia 18:15

Elimination games

September 8, 2003
Russia  81 - 77  Croatia Södertälje 20:00
Turkey  76 - 80  Serbia and Montenegro Borås 20:00
Slovenia  76 - 78  Israel Luleå 20:30
Germany  84 - 86  Italy Norrköping 20:30

Knockout stage - Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
                   
September 10, 2003 - 18:00        
  France  76
September 13, 2003 - 14:00
  Russia  69  
  France  70
September 10, 2003 - 21:00
    Lithuania  74  
  Lithuania  98
September 14, 2003 - 20:00
  Serbia and Montenegro  82  
  Lithuania  93
September 11, 2003 - 18:00
    Spain  84
  Spain  78
September 13, 2003 - 17:00
  Israel  64  
  Spain  81 Third place
September 11, 2003 - 21:00
    Italy  78  
  Greece  59   France  67
  Italy  62     Italy  69
September 14, 2003 - 17:00

5th to 8th place

  Classification round Fifth place
September 12, 2003 - 18:00
  Russia  77  
  Serbia and Montenegro  86  
 
September 14, 2003 - 13:30
      Serbia and Montenegro  64
    Greece  72
Seventh place
September 12, 2003 - 21:00 September 14, 2003 - 11:00
  Israel  56   Russia  82
  Greece  63     Israel  89

Awards

 Eurobasket 2003 Champions 

Lithuania
Third title
Eurobasket 2003 MVP: Šarūnas Jasikevičius (Lithuania Lithuania)

All-Tournament Team [1]

Top scorers (ppg)

  1. Spain Pau Gasol 25.8
  2. Russia Andrei Kirilenko 23.1
  3. Germany Dirk Nowitzki 22.5
  4. Turkey Mehmet Okur 18.7
  5. Serbia and Montenegro Predrag Stojakovic 18.7
  6. France Tony Parker 18
  7. Turkey Ibrahim Kutluay 17
  8. Croatia Damir Mulaomerovic 16.5
  9. Spain Juan Carlos Navarro 16.1
  10. Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas15.8

Conclusion

Final standings

Place Team
1  Lithuania
2  Spain
3  Italy
4  France
5  Greece
6  Serbia and Montenegro
7  Israel
8  Russia
9  Germany
10  Slovenia
11  Croatia
12  Turkey
13  Latvia
14  Ukraine
15  Bosnia and Herzegovina
16  Sweden

The top three teams are qualified for the Olympic Games of Athens 2004.

Team Rosters

1. Lithuania: Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Arvydas Macijauskas, Saulius Štombergas, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Darius Songaila, Eurelijus Žukauskas, Mindaugas Žukauskas, Donatas Slanina, Dainius Šalenga, Virginijus Praškevičius, Kšyštof Lavrinovič, Giedrius Gustas (Coach: Antanas Sireika)

2. Spain: Pau Gasol, Juan Carlos Navarro, José Manuel Calderón, Jorge Garbajosa, Carlos Jiménez, Felipe Reyes, Alberto Herreros, Rodrigo De la Fuente, Carles Marco, Alfonso Reyes, Roger Grimau, Antonio Bueno (Coach: Moncho López)

3. Italy: Massimo Bulleri, Gianluca Basile, Roberto Chiacig, Denis Marconato, Giacomo Galanda, Nikola Radulovic, Alessandro De Pol, Matteo Soragna, Michele Mian, Alex Righetti, Alessandro Cittadini, Davide Lamma (Coach: Carlo Recalcati)

4. France: Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Tariq Abdul-Wahad, Jerome Moiso, Ronny Turiaf, Florent Piétrus, Moustapha Sonko, Cyril Julian, Thierry Rupert, Alain Digbeu, Laurent Foirest, Makan Dioumassi (Coach: Alain Weisz)

Notes

  1. ^ Eurobasket 2003 All-Tournament Team

References


EuroBasket 2003
33Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst: FIBA European Basketball Championship
File:Eurobasket03
Official website
EuroBasket 2003 (FIBA Europe)
Tournament details
Host nation  Sweden
Dates September 5 – September 14
Teams 16 (from federations)
Venues (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Lithuania (3Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst: title)
MVP Šarūnas Jasikevičius
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
PPG Gasol (25.8)  Lithuania (90.6)
Rebounds Türkcan (9.3)  Croatia (36)
Assists Jasikevičius (8.2)  Lithuania (17.3)

The EuroBasket 2003 (common name for the 33rd FIBA European Basketball Championship), was held in Sweden between 5 September and 14 September 2003. Lithuania won the gold medal, Spain won the silver while Italy won the bronze. Lithuania's Šarūnas Jasikevičius was named the tournament MVP.

The EuroBasket is a biennial basketball competition between national teams organised by FIBA Europe, the sport's governing body in Europe.

Contents

Venues

City Arena Capacity
Borås Boråshallen 3,000
Luleå Coop Arena 6,500
Norrköping Himmelstalundshallen 4,280
Södertälje Scaniarinken 7,250
Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena 13,850

First round

Group A – Coop Arena, Luleå

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  France 630271210+61
2.  Slovenia 521232217+15
3.  Italy 412199234-35
4.  Bosnia and Herzegovina 303210251-41
September 5, 2003
Slovenia 77 - 67 Italy 18:00
France 98 - 76 Bosnia and Herzegovina 21:00
September 6, 2003
Bosnia and Herzegovina 62 - 73 Slovenia 16:00
Italy 52 - 85 France 18:30
September 7, 2003
Slovenia 82 - 88 France 15:15
Bosnia and Herzegovina 72 - 80 Italy 18:15

Group B – Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Lithuania 630279224+55
2.  Germany 521251260-9
3. Template:Country data Israel 412234255-21
4.  Latvia 303252277-25
September 5, 2003
Germany 86 - 81 Israel 15:15
Lithuania 92 - 91 Latvia 18:00
September 6, 2003
Latvia 86 - 94 Germany 14:00
Israel 62 - 94 Lithuania 17:00
September 7, 2003
Lithuania 93 - 71 Germany 15:15
Israel 91 - 75 Latvia 18:15

Group C – Scaniarinken, Södertälje

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Spain 630263196+67
2.  Russia 521264240+24
3.  Serbia and Montenegro 412225238-13
4.  Sweden 303191269-78
September 5, 2003
Serbia and Montenegro 80 - 95 Russia 18:00
Spain 99 - 52 Sweden 21:00
September 6, 2003
Russia 77 - 89 Spain 18:00
Sweden 68 - 78 Serbia and Montenegro 21:00
September 7, 2003
Serbia and Montenegro 67 - 75 Spain 15:45
Sweden 71 - 92 Russia 18:15

Group D – Boråshallen, Borås

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
1.  Greece 630231219+12
2.  Turkey 521222216+6
3.  Croatia 412241223+18
4.  Ukraine 303213249-36
September 5, 2003
Ukraine 69 - 77 Turkey 18:00
Greece 77 - 76 Croatia 21:00
September 6, 2003
Croatia 93 - 71 Ukraine 18:00
Turkey 70 - 75 Greece 21:00
September 7, 2003
Greece 79 - 73 Ukraine 15:15
Turkey 75 -72 Croatia 18:15

Second round

September 8, 2003
Russia  81 - 77  Croatia Södertälje 20:00
Turkey  76 - 80  Serbia and Montenegro Borås 20:00
Slovenia  76 - 78 Template:Country data Israel Luleå 20:30
Germany  84 - 86  Italy Norrköping 20:30

Knockout stage - Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm

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5th to 8th place

  Classification round Fifth place
September 12, 2003 - 18:00
  Russia  77  
  Serbia and Montenegro  86  
 
September 14, 2003 - 13:30
      Serbia and Montenegro  64
    Greece  72
Seventh place
September 12, 2003 - 21:00 September 14, 2003 - 11:00
 Template:Country data ISR  56   Russia  82
  Greece  63    Template:Country data ISR  89

Awards

 Eurobasket 2003 Champions 

Lithuania
Third title
Eurobasket 2003 MVP: Šarūnas Jasikevičius ( Lithuania)

All-Tournament Team [1]

Top scorers (ppg)

  1. Pau Gasol 25.8
  2. Andrei Kirilenko 23.1
  3. Dirk Nowitzki 22.5
  4. Mehmet Okur 18.7
  5. Predrag Stojakovic 18.7
  6. Tony Parker 18
  7. Ibrahim Kutluay 17
  8. Damir Mulaomerovic 16.5
  9. Juan Carlos Navarro 16.1
  10. Arvydas Macijauskas15.8

Conclusion

Final standings

Place Team
1  Lithuania
2  Spain
3  Italy
4  France
5  Greece
6  Serbia and Montenegro
7 Template:Country data Israel
8  Russia
9  Germany
10  Slovenia
11  Croatia
12  Turkey
13  Latvia
14  Ukraine
15  Bosnia and Herzegovina
16  Sweden

The top three teams are qualified for the Olympic Games of Athens 2004.

Team Rosters

1. Lithuania: Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Arvydas Macijauskas, Saulius Štombergas, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Darius Songaila, Eurelijus Žukauskas, Mindaugas Žukauskas, Donatas Slanina, Dainius Šalenga, Virginijus Praškevičius, Kšyštof Lavrinovič, Giedrius Gustas (Coach: Antanas Sireika)

2. Spain: Pau Gasol, Juan Carlos Navarro, José Manuel Calderón, Jorge Garbajosa, Carlos Jiménez, Felipe Reyes, Alberto Herreros, Rodrigo De la Fuente, Carles Marco, Alfonso Reyes, Roger Grimau, Antonio Bueno (Coach: Moncho López)

3. Italy: Massimo Bulleri, Gianluca Basile, Roberto Chiacig, Denis Marconato, Giacomo Galanda, Nikola Radulović, Alessandro De Pol, Matteo Soragna, Michele Mian, Alex Righetti, Alessandro Cittadini, Davide Lamma (Coach: Carlo Recalcati)

4. France: Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Tariq Abdul-Wahad, Jerome Moiso, Ronny Turiaf, Florent Piétrus, Moustapha Sonko, Cyril Julian, Thierry Rupert, Alain Digbeu, Laurent Foirest, Makan Dioumassi (Coach: Alain Weisz)

Notes

  1. ^ Eurobasket 2003 All-Tournament Team

References


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