2008 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship Division B

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2008 EuroBasket Under-18
25th FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Hungary
Dates July 25 – August 3
Teams 20 (from 49 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Slovenia (1st title)
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Slovakia Richard Grznár 22.0  Netherlands 87.6
Rebounds Romania Rolland Török 12.8  Poland 41.1
Assists Czech Republic Tomáš Satoranský 6.4  Czech Republic 17.5
Official website
U18 Men 2008 Division B

Qualified Teams[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Austria
 Czech Republic
 Montenegro
 Netherlands
 Norway

 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Ireland
 Slovenia
 Sweden
  Switzerland

 Belarus
 England
 Poland
 Portugal
 Romania

 Denmark
 Finland
 Georgia
 Hungary
 Slovakia

FIBA Europa Teams U18 Division B 2008.PNG

Squads[edit]

At the start of tournament, all 20 participating countries will have 12 players on their roster.

Venues[edit]

City Arena Capacity
Debrecen Hodos Imre Sports Hall 2,000
Debrecen Olah Gabor Sports Hall 1500

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the qualifying round

Group A[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Czech Republic 7 3 1 0.750 364 288 +122
 Austria 7 3 1 0.750 311 287 +24
 Montenegro 6 2 2 0.500 328 335 -7
 Netherlands 5 1 3 0.250 281 304 -23
 Norway 4 0 4 0.000 266 336 -70
July 25
13:45
Montenegro  70–66  Norway
Scoring by quarter: 18-22, 23-8, 14-11, 15-25
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 25
16:00
Netherlands  82–89  Austria
Scoring by quarter: 17-19, 27-23, 15-26, 23-21
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
18:15
Czech Republic  107–71  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 33-23, 27-21, 24-15, 23-12
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
20:30
Austria  71–65  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 22-23, 16-19, 21-12, 12-11
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
16:00
Norway  63–78  Austria
Scoring by quarter: 19-20, 19-16, 9-25, 16-17
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
20:30
Montenegro  81–79  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 19-24, 20-16, 17-25, 22-17
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
18:15
Czech Republic  101–63  Norway
Scoring by quarter: 20-8, 29-18, 22-20, 29-17
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
20:30
Netherlands  88–65  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 14-17, 29-18, 17-16, 28-14
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
13:45
Austria  73–77  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 8-23, 24-18, 19-21
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
16:00
Norway  74–87  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 11-21, 20-20, 24-24, 19-21
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen

Group B[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Slovenia 6 3 0 1.000 171 119 +52
 Sweden 5 2 1 0.667 246 213 +33
  Switzerland 5 2 2 0.500 271 302 -31
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 2 2 0.000 208 219 -11
 Ireland 2 0 2 0.000 138 151 -13
July 25
18:15
Sweden  74–66  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 18-16, 22-15, 17-11, 17-18
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 25
20:30
Switzerland   72–68  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 17-23, 11-16, 21-17, 23-12
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
13:45
Slovenia  85–63  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 18-9, 24-18, 22-15, 19-21
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
16:00
Bosnia and Herzegovina  69–75   Switzerland
Scoring by quarter: 18-28, 11-7, 20-14, 20-26
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
13:45
Ireland  70–79  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 19-16, 19-21, 13-24, 19-18
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
18:15
Switzerland   56–86  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 12-21, 21-31, 8-20, 15-15
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
13:45
Sweden  79–68   Switzerland
Scoring by quarter: 23-12, 13-10, 16-26, 27-20
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
16:00
Slovenia  94–42  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 21-4, 18-12, 31-10, 24-16
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
18:15
Bosnia and Herzegovina  87–63  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 21-18, 23-17, 14-11, 29-17
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
20:30
Ireland  56–63  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 13-14, 14-15, 14-14, 15-20
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen

Group C[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Poland 6 3 0 1.000 263 178 +85
 Portugal 3 1 1 0.500 175 149 +26
 England 3 1 1 0.500 163 157 +6
 Romania 3 1 1 0.500 116 141 -25
 Belarus 3 0 3 0.000 179 271 -92
July 25
13:45
England  81–88  Poland
Scoring by quarter: 15-31, 24-14, 20-16, 22-27
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 25
20:30
Belarus  62–69  Romania
Scoring by quarter: 19-15, 21-15, 18-19, 4-20
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
16:00
Portugal  69–82  England
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
18:15
Poland  96–50  Belarus
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
13:45
Belarus  67–106  Portugal
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
20:30
Romania  47–79  Poland
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
16:00
Portugal  88–63  Romania
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
20:30
England  67–72  Belarus
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
13:45
Poland  vs.  Portugal
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
16:00
Romania  vs.  England
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen

Group D[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Slovakia 7 3 1 0.500 349 318 +31
 Denmark 6 2 2 1.000 277 304 -27
 Finland 6 2 2 0.500 295 264 +31
 Georgia 6 2 2 0.000 285 307 -22
 Hungary 5 1 3 0.000 301 314 -13
July 25
16:00
Denmark  67–98  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 16-32, 19-18, 23-22, 9-26
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 25
18:15
Hungary  70–82  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 17-11, 14-30, 17-18, 22-23
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
13:45
Finland  55–65  Denmark
Scoring by quarter: 15-17, 14-15, 13-12, 13-21
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 26
20:30
Georgia  73–63  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 16-21, 25-11, 21-18, 11-13
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
16:00
Denmark  81–75  Georgia
Scoring by quarter: 24-19, 16-12, 14-12, 27-32
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 27
18:15
Slovakia  77–74  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 18-29, 15-15, 23-18, 21-12
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
13:45
Georgia  85–79  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 16-28, 27-15, 19-17, 23-19
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 28
18:15
Hungary  76–67  Denmark
Scoring by quarter: 26-12, 15-20, 8-19, 27-13
Olah Gabor Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
18:15
Slovakia  95–92  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 26-26, 25-16, 25-22, 19-28
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen
July 29
20:30
Finland  84–52  Georgia
Scoring by quarter: 24-14, 17-10, 18-16, 25-12
Hodos Imre Sports Hall, Debrecen

Qualifying round[edit]

Qualified for the quarterfinals

Group E[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT
A1
A2
B1
B2
August 6
16:30
 Czech Republic vs.  Sweden
August 6
19:00
 Austria vs.  Slovenia
August 7
21:30
 Czech Republic vs.  Slovenia
August 7
16:30
 Austria vs.  Sweden

Group F[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT
C1
C2
D1
D2
August 6
16:30
 Poland vs.  Denmark
August 6
19:00
 Portugal vs.  Slovakia
August 7
21:30
 Poland vs.  Slovakia
August 7
16:30
 Portugal vs.  Denmark

Group G[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT
 Netherlands 2 1 0
  Switzerland 2 1 0
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 0 0
 Montenegro 1 0 0
August 6
16:30
 Montenegro vs.   Switzerland
August 6
19:00
 Netherlands vs.  Bosnia and Herzegovina
August 7
21:30
  Switzerland vs.  Netherlands
August 7
16:30
 Bosnia and Herzegovina vs.  Montenegro

Group H[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT
C3
C4
D3
D4
August 6
16:30
C3 vs. D4
August 6
19:00
D3 vs. C4
August 7
21:30
D3 vs. C3
August 7
16:30
D4 vs. C4

Knockout stage[edit]

1st place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
August 9
  Slovenia  81  
  Slovakia  53  
 
August 10
      Slovenia  68
    Czech Republic  60
Third place
August 9 August 10
  Poland  47   Slovakia  60
  Czech Republic  71     Poland  70

5th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
August 9
  Portugal  68  
  Sweden  86  
 
August 10
      Sweden  67
    Austria  80
Seventh place
August 9 August 10
  Austria  82   Portugal  69
  Denmark  75     Denmark  56

9th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals 9th Place
August 9
  Netherlands  104  
  Romania  71  
 
August 10
      Netherlands  78
    Montenegro  74
11th Place
August 9 August 10
  Finland  70   Romania  58
  Montenegro  87     Finland  64

13th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals 13th Place
August 9
   Switzerland  81  
  Belarus  89  
 
August 10
      Belarus  66
    Georgia  86
15th Place
August 9 August 10
  Georgia  84    Switzerland  72
  Bosnia and Herzegovina  78     Bosnia and Herzegovina  80

Semifinals[edit]

August 9
E1 vs. F2
August 9
F1 vs. E2

Classification Round for 5th to 8th Place[edit]

August 9
E3 vs. F4
August 9
F3 vs. E4

Classification Round for 9th to 12th Place[edit]

August 9
G1 vs. H2
August 9
H1 vs. G2

Classification Round for 13th to 16th Place[edit]

August 9
G3 vs. H4
August 9
H3 vs. G4

Final[edit]

August 10
Winner of (62) vs. Winner of (63)

Classification Game for 3rd to 4th Place[edit]

August 10
Loser of (62) vs. Loser of (63)

Classification Game for 5th to 6th Place[edit]

August 10
winner of (60) vs. winner of (61)

Classification Game for 7th to 8th Place[edit]

August 10
Loser of (60) vs. Loser of (61)

Classification Game for 9th to 10th Place[edit]

August 10
winner of (58) vs. winner of (59)

Classification Game for 11th to 12th Place[edit]

August 10
Loser of (58) vs. Loser of (59)

Classification Game for 13th to 14th Place[edit]

August 10
winner of (56) vs. winner of (57)

Classification Game for 15th to 16th Place[edit]

August 10
looser of (56) vs. looser of (57)

Classification Round for 17th to 20th Place[edit]

Group I[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Norway
 Ireland
 England
 Hungary
July 31
21:30
 Ireland 61–83  England
Scoring by quarter: 17-18, 13-19, 13-27, 18-19
Madrid Arena, Debrecen
July 31
16:30
 Norway 74–87 OT  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 11-20, 16-11, 22-17, 18-19OT: 7-20
Madrid Arena, Debrecen
August 1
16:30
 England 84–71  Norway
Scoring by quarter: 23-11, 17-14, 19-21, 25-25
Madrid Arena, Debrecen
August 1
16:30
 Hungary 106–60  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 18-12, 25-7, 29-23, 34-18
Madrid Arena, Debrecen
August 2
21:30
 Norway 70–60  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 19-17, 21-17, 24-11, 13-15
Madrid Arena, Debrecen
August 2
16:30
 England vs.  Hungary
Madrid Arena, Debrecen

Final standings[edit]

Place Team
1  Slovenia
2  Czech Republic
3  Poland
4  Slovakia
5  Austria
6  Sweden
7  Portugal
8  Denmark
9-12  Netherlands
 Montenegro
 Finland
 Romania
13-16  Georgia
 Belarus
  Switzerland
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
17-20  Hungary
 England
 Norway
 Ireland