Basketball at the 2009 Mediterranean Games

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The basketball tournament at the 2009 Mediterranean Games was held in the Elettra Sports Hall, Ortona Sports Hall, Teramo Sports Hall and the Roseto Sports Hall from June 27 to July 4, 2009 in Pescara, Italy.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men Croatia Croatia Greece Greece Turkey Turkey
Women Italy Italy Serbia Serbia Croatia Croatia

Medal count[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Croatia Croatia 1 0 1 2
2 Italy Italy 1 0 0 1
3 Greece Greece 0 1 0 1
Serbia Serbia 0 1 0 1
5 Turkey Turkey 0 0 1 1

Men[edit]

Teams[edit]

Rosters[edit]

*(In parenthesis is reported the year of birth)

 Albania: Franko Bushati (85), Ardian Domi (84), Orion Garo (80), Andrea Gjinaj (86), Algert Gjonaj (87), Endrit Hysenagolli (88), Erkand Kataj (82), Arjonel Lame (84), Genti Lasku (85), Ersid Luca (81), Gerti Shima (86), Marlin Sukaj (83). Coach: Roland Avrami

 Croatia: Lukša Andrić (85), Petar Babić (85), Marko Car (85), Jure Lalić (86), Drago Pašalić (84), Damir Rančić (83), Damjan Rudež (86), Krunoslav Simon (85), Rok Stipčević (86), Ante Tomić (87), Jakov Vladovic (83), Luka Žorić (84). Coach: Josip Vranković

 Greece: Dimitrios Kalaitzidis (85), Dimitrios Karadolamis (87), Theofanis Koumpouras (83), Alexandros Kyritsis (82), Dimitrios Lolas (86), Dimitrios Mavroeidis (85), Igkor Milosevits (86), Petros Noeas (87), Nikolaos Papanikolaou (85), Gaios Skordilis (87), Stavros Toutziarakis (87), Ian Vouyoukas (85). Coach: Ioannis Giannapoulos

 Italy: Marco Allegretti (81), Pietro Aradori (88), Federico Bolzonella (84), Andrea Cinciarini (86), Daniele Cinciarini (83), Alessandro Cittadini (79), Andrea Crosariol (84), Luigi Datome (87), Lorenzo D'Ercole (88), Giuliano Maresca (81), Andrea Renzi (89), Tommaso Rinaldi (85). Coach: Carlo Recalcati

 Montenegro: Filip Barovic (90), Nikola Đoković (89), Nikola Ivanović (89), Stefan Knežević (89), Nikola Lalić (89), Milos Lopičić (90), Slobodan Miljanić (90), Miloš Savović (89), Sead Šehović (89), Petar Stojanović (90), Milorad Sutulović (90), Nikola Vučević (90). Coach: Dejan Radonjić

 Morocco: Yunss Akinocho (87), Zouheir Bourouis (83), Walid Dahmani (87), Zakaria El Masbahi (79), Mohamad Hachad (83), Mohammed Houari (77), Younes Idrissi (84), Mustapha Khalfi (80), Abderrahim Najah (84), Abdelmajid Naji (89), Sophian Rafai (86), Abdelhakim Zouita (86). Coach: Francis Jordan

 Serbia: Stefan Birčević (89), Duško Bunić (89), Filip Čović (89), Branko Lazić (89), Vladimir Lučić (89), Nikola Maravic (89), Nikola Marković (89), Dragan Milosavljević (89), Aleksandar Mitrović (90), Nemanja Nedović (91), Stefan Stojačić (89), Bojan Subotić (90). Coach: Slobodan Klipa

 Turkey: Mutlu Akpinar (83), Can Altıntığ (87), Engin Atsür (84), Yunus Çankaya (85), Mutlu Demir (87), Hakan Demirel (86), Sinan Güler (83), Barış Hersek (88), Cemal Nalga (87), Cihad Sahin (83), Fatih Solak (80), Erkan Veyseloğlu (83). Coach: Alaeddin Yakan

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.  Croatia 6 3 3 0 228 200 +28
2.  Greece 5 3 2 1 255 236 +19
3.  Serbia 4 3 1 2 216 228 –12
4.  Morocco 3 3 0 3 213 248 –35
  • June 28, 2009
Greece  91 – 70  Serbia
Morocco  63 – 75  Croatia
  • June 29, 2009
Croatia  82 – 68  Greece
Serbia  77 – 66  Morocco
  • June 30, 2009
Greece  96 – 84  Morocco
Croatia  71 – 69  Serbia

Group B[edit]

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.  Turkey 6 3 3 0 315 248 +67
2.  Italy 5 3 2 1 332 260 +72
3.  Montenegro 4 3 1 2 223 278 –55
4.  Albania 3 3 0 3 210 294 –84
  • June 28, 2009
Turkey  98 – 61  Montenegro
Italy  106 – 69  Albania
  • June 29, 2009
Montenegro  70 – 107  Italy
Albania  68 – 96  Turkey
  • June 30, 2009
Albania  73 – 92  Montenegro
Turkey  121 – 119  Italy

Knockout stage[edit]

Final Standings
Rank Team
1st  Croatia
2nd  Greece
3rd  Turkey
4  Italy
5  Serbia
6  Montenegro
7  Morocco
8  Albania

1st place bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
July 1        
  Greece  85
July 2
  Montenegro  67  
  Greece  82
July 1
    Turkey  79  
  Turkey  88
July 4
  Morocco  67  
  Greece  60
July 1
    Croatia  72
  Italy  75
July 2
  Serbia  64  
  Italy  104 Third place
July 1
    Croatia  108  
  Croatia  94   Turkey  88
  Albania  70     Italy  71
July 4

5th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
July 2
  Montenegro  60  
  Morocco  81  
 
July 3
      Morocco  108
    Albania  67
Seventh place
July 2 July 3
  Serbia  69   Montenegro  68
  Albania  83     Serbia  62

Women[edit]

Teams[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.  Croatia 4 2 2 0 219 106 +113
2.  Italy 3 2 1 1 189 124 +65
3.  Albania 2 2 0 2 70 248 –178
  • June 27, 2009
Croatia  130 – 35  Albania
  • June 28, 2009
Italy  118 – 35  Albania
  • June 29, 2009
Italy  71 – 89  Croatia

Group B[edit]

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.  Greece 6 3 3 0 246 173 +73
2.  Serbia 5 3 2 1 215 169 +46
3.  Turkey 4 3 1 2 208 240 –32
4.  Malta 3 3 0 3 178 265 –87
  • June 27, 2009
Greece  102 – 57  Malta
Turkey  64 – 80  Serbia
  • June 28, 2009
Serbia  53 – 57  Greece
Malta  73 – 81  Turkey
  • June 29, 2009
Greece  87 – 63  Turkey
Serbia  82 – 48  Malta

Knockout stage[edit]

Final Standings
Rank Team
1st  Italy
2nd  Serbia
3rd  Croatia
4  Greece
5  Turkey
6  Albania
7  Malta

1st place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
June 30
  Croatia  71  
  Serbia  76  
 
July 2
      Serbia  54
    Italy  70
Third place
June 30 July 2
  Greece  60   Croatia  77
  Italy  63     Greece  62

5th place bracket[edit]

  Semi final     Fifth place
                 
      Albania 60
    Turkey 63       Turkey 89
    Malta 43  

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