2004 FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup

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2004 FIBA Africa Champions Cup 
19th FIBA Africa Champions Cup
Tournament details
Host nation Egypt
Dates November 20 – 27
Teams (from 53 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Angola (2nd title)
Official website
Official Website
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The 2004 FIBA Africa Basketball Club Championship (19th edition), was an international basketball tournament held in Cairo, Egypt, from November 20 to 27, 2004. The tournament, organized by FIBA Africa and hosted by Al Ahly, was contested by 7 teams in two groups, in a preliminary round robin system followed by a knockout stage.

The tournament was won by Primeiro de Agosto from Angola.

Qualification[1][edit]

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

Senegal AS Douanes
Egypt Al Ahly
Nigeria Ebun Comets
Angola Petro Atlético

Ivory Coast Abidjan Basket Club
Angola Primeiro de Agosto
Mali Stade Malien

Squads[2][edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Times given below are in UTC+2.

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team M W L PF PA Diff P
1. Angola Petro Atlético 3 3 0 195 147 +48 6
2. Egypt Al Ahly 3 2 1 227 185 +42 5
3. Nigeria Ebun Comets 3 1 2 169 212 -43 4
4. Senegal AS Douanes 3 0 3 160 207 -47 3
November 20, 2004
20:00
Al Ahly Egypt 76–58 Senegal AS Douanes
Scoring by quarter: 23–13, 21–17, 13–11, 19–17
November 21, 2004
16:00
Petro Atlético Angola 68–38 Nigeria Ebun Comets
Scoring by quarter: 14–2, 24–15, 13–15, 17–6

November 22, 2004
18:00
AS Douanes Senegal 47–62 Angola Petro Atlético
Scoring by quarter: 10-20, 19-10, 10-17, 8-15

16:00
Ebun Comets Nigeria 62–89 Egypt Al Ahly
Scoring by quarter: 24-25, 19-8, 21-23, 16-19

November 23, 2004
18:00
AS Douanes Senegal 55–69 Nigeria Ebun Comets
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 9–18, 20–13, 12–20

20:00
Al Ahly Egypt 62–65 Angola Petro Atlético
Scoring by quarter: 16-21, 18-15, 18-12, 10-17

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team M W L PF PA Diff P
1. Angola Primeiro de Agosto 2 2 0 157 118 +39 4
2. Ivory Coast Abidjan Basket Club 2 1 1 121 141 -20 3
3. Mali Stade Malien 2 0 2 127 146 -19 2
November 21, 2004
16:00
1º de Agosto 79–64 Mali Stade Malien
Scoring by quarter: n/a
Pts: Muzadi 14 Pts: Traore 19

November 22, 2004
16:00
Abidjan BC Ivory Coast 54–78 Angola 1º de Agosto
Scoring by quarter: 8-24, 15-12
Pts: n/a Pts: Lutonda 18

November 23, 2004
14:00
Stade Malien Mali 63–67 Ivory Coast Abidjan BC

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi finals Final
Friday, 25 November 17:00
 Angola Petro Atlético  56  
 Ivory Coast Abidjan BC  64  
 
Saturday, 27 November 19:00
     Ivory Coast 1º de Agosto  71
   Angola Abidjan BC  53
3rd place
Friday, 25 November 19:00 Saturday, 27 November 17:00
 Angola 1º de Agosto  67  Angola Petro Atlético  56
 Egypt Al Ahly  64    Egypt Al Ahly  59


5th place match[edit]

November 25, 2004
16:00
Stade Malien Mali 54–73 Nigeria Ebun Comets
Scoring by quarter: n/a

Semifinals[3][edit]

November 25, 2004
18:00
Petro Atlético Angola 56–67 Ivory Coast Abidjan BC
Scoring by quarter: n/a
Pts: Selengue 16 Pts: Affi 18

20:00
Al Ahly Egypt 64–67 Angola 1º de Agosto
Scoring by quarter: n/a
Pts: El-Ghannam 15 Pts: Olímpio 20

Bronze medal game[edit]

November 27, 2004
18:00
Al Ahly Egypt 59–56 Angola Petro Atlético
Scoring by quarter: n/a

Gold medal game [4][edit]

November 27, 2004
20:00
1º de Agosto Angola 71–53 Ivory Coast Abidjan BC
Scoring by quarter: 12–20, 19-9
Pts: Olímpio 21 Pts: Touali 17

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg Angola Primeiro de Agosto 4–0
Silver medal icon.svg Ivory Coast Abidjan Basket Club 2–2
Bronze medal icon.svg Egypt Al Ahly 3–2
4 Angola Petro Atlético 3–2
5 Nigeria Ebun Comets 2–2
6 Mali Stade Malien 0–3
7 Senegal AS Douanes 0–3

All Tournament Team[edit]

2004 FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup
Angola
Clube Desportivo Primeiro de Agosto
2nd Title
Most Valuable Player

See also[edit]

2005 FIBA Africa Championship

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Qualifying Round". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2013-08-01. 
  2. ^ "Teams". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2013-08-04. 
  3. ^ "½ finales" (in French). FIBA.com. Retrieved 2013-04-11. 
  4. ^ "FIBA Africa - Palma's men win African title". FIBA.com. 2004-11-28. Retrieved 2014-01-01. 

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