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Eurobasket Division B is the lower tier of the Eurobasket Tournament. At the same time that Division A has the European Championship, division B has a championship to determine which teams will get promoted into division A for the following year.

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Group Phase

Group A

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Denmark 7 3 1 299 273 +26
 Iceland 6 2 2 290 303 -13
 Romania 5 1 3 287 300 -13
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Group B

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Ireland 10 4 2 473 382 91
 Slovak Republic 10 4 2 478 363 115
 Switzerland 10 4 2 439 363 76
 Malta 6 0 6 286 568 -282

Group C

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Austria 11 5 1 480 431 49
 Belarus 10 4 2 500 449 51
 Cyprus 9 3 3 462 443 19
 Albania 6 0 6 420 539 -119

Group D

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Macedonia 11 5 1 550 433 +77
 Georgia 10 4 2 488 432 +56
 Finland 9 3 3 492 460 +32
 Luxembourg 6 0 6 387 552 -165

The Games

September 10, 2004

September 11, 2004

September 13, 2004

  • 19:00 Msida, Malta: Malta 53 - 107 Slovakia

September 14, 2004

September 15, 2004

September 18, 2004

  • 17:00 Espoo, Finland: Finland 78 - 87 Macedonia
  • 17:00 Msida, Malta: Malta 57 - 90 Switzerland
  • 19:00 Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovakia 70 - 67 Ireland
  • 19:00 Tirana, Albania: Albania 67 - 76 Cyprus
  • 19:00 Oberwart, Austria: Austria 91 - 92 Belarus
  • 20:00 Soleurvre, Luxembourg: Luxembourg 61 - 87 Georgia

September 19, 2004

September 2, 2005

  • 20:15 Oberwart, Austris: Austria 73 - 66 Cyprus

September 3, 2005

  • 14:00 Keflavík, Iceland: Iceland 60 - 77 Denmark
  • 15:00 Helsinki, Finland: Finland 87 - 79 Georgia
  • 17:00 Gomel, Belarus: Belarus 110 - 58 Albania
  • 17:15 Dublin, Ireland: Ireland 98 - 49 Malta
  • 19:00 Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovakia 60 - 66 Switzerland
  • 19:00 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia: Macedonia 105 - 66 Luxembourg

September 7, 2005

  • 18:00 Levice, Slovakia: Slovakia 100 - 39 Malta
  • 19:00 Tirana, Albania: Albania 82 - 90 Austria
  • 19:00 Tbilisi, Georgia: Georgia 73 - 60 Macedonia
  • 19:00 Risskov, Denmark: Denmark 67 - 69 Romania
  • 20:00 Geneva, Switzerland: Switzerland 76 - 57 Ireland
  • 20:00 Nicosia, Cyprus: Cyprus 87 - 77 Belarus
  • 20:30 Dudelange, Luxembourg: Luxembourg 62 - 82 Finland

September 10, 2005

  • 17:00 Bucharest, Romania: Romania 72 - 80 Iceland
  • 17:00 Gomel, Belarus: Belarus 60 - 69 Austria
  • 17:15 Dublin, Ireland: Ireland 82 - 68 Slovakia
  • 17:30 Genèva, Switzerland: Switzerland 83 - 37 Malta
  • 18:15 Nicosia, Cyprus: Cyprus 96 - 75 Albania
  • 19:00 Tbilisi, Georgia: Georgia 87 - 65 Luxembourg
  • 20:30 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia: Macedonia 83 - 70 Finland

Promotional Phase

September 17
18:00
Austria  75–101  Macedonia    Gmunden, Austria
Scoring by quarter: 27-26, 10-33, 25-22, 13-20
Pts: Deteri Mayes 27
Rebs: Bernd Volcic 6
Asts: Volcic,Hütter,Knabl,Mayes,Kohlmaier,Ortner 1
Pts: Vrbica Stefanov 25
Rebs: Vrbica Stefanov 6
Asts: Vrbica Stefanov 4
September 24
20:00
Macedonia  99–62  Austria    Skopje, Macedonia
Scoring by quarter: 26-20, 22-10, 27-16, 24-16
Pts: Pero Antić 16
Rebs: Stefanov,Gecevski,Chekovski,Stack 4
Asts: Vrbica Stefanov 10
Pts: Knabl,Ortner 14
Rebs: Bernd Volcic 11
Asts: Thomas Schreiner 5

In conclusion Macedonia had won 200-137, and advanced to Eurobasket 2007 Division A.

September 17
17:00
Ireland  80–66  Denmark    Dublin, Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 17-15, 29-19, 20-11, 14-21
Pts: Marty Conlon 14
Rebs: Cal Bowdler 8
Asts: Michael Bree 4
Pts: Martin Thuesen 15
Rebs: Drejer,Johansen 6
Asts: Iversen,Johnsen 1
September 24
15:00
Denmark  86–70  Ireland    Aarhus, Denmark
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 17-9, 15-14, 12-10
Pts: Christian Drejer 39
Rebs: Peter Johansen 9
Asts: Martin Thuesen 10
Pts: Daniel Callahan 22
Rebs: Daniel Callahan 8
Asts: Michael Bree 4

In conclusion Denmark had won 152-150, and advanced to Eurobasket 2007 Division A.

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