Basketball at the Friendship Games

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Basketball at the Friendship Games was contested between 22 and 30 August 1984. Two events (one men's, with eleven teams and one women's, with eight teams) took place at two venues in Moscow, Soviet Union – the CSKA Sports Palace and the Dynamo Sports Palace.

Men's event[edit]

Eleven teams were drawn into two groups.

Group A[edit]

Team W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 5 0 646 347 +229 10
 Cuba 4 1 491 398 +93 9
 Bulgaria 3 2 426 404 +22 8
 Hungary 2 3 393 432 -39 7
 Finland 1 4 388 421 -33 6
 Colombia 0 5 229 571 -342 5

Results[edit]

Results Soviet Union Cuba Bulgaria Hungary Finland Colombia
Soviet Union  123:90 136:82 115:64 129:70 143:41
Cuba  90:123 85:77 97:75 93:76 126:47
Bulgaria  82:136 77:85 97:71 73:71 97:41
Hungary  64:115 75:97 71:97 76:73 107:50
Finland  70:129 76:93 71:73 73:76 98:50
Colombia  41:143 47:126 41:97 50:107 50:98

Group B[edit]

Team W L PF PA PD Pts
 Czechoslovakia 4 0 381 228 +153 8
 Poland 3 1 381 272 +109 7
 Sweden 2 2 393 272 +121 6
 Algeria 1 3 227 369 -142 5
 Morocco 0 4 188 429 -241 4

Results[edit]

Results Czechoslovakia Poland Sweden Algeria Morocco
Czechoslovakia  87:75 82:72 100:45 112:36
Poland  75:87 102:88 85:55 119:42
Sweden  72:82 88:102 114:48 119:40
Algeria  45:100 55:85 48:114 79:70
Morocco  36:112 42:119 40:119 70:79

Final round[edit]

  Semifinals     Final
                 
  A1   Soviet Union 139  
  B2   Poland 81    
        Soviet Union 105
        Czechoslovakia 70
  B1   Czechoslovakia 110    
  A2   Cuba 79   Third place
 
  Poland 91
    Cuba 93

Classification round[edit]

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

  5th-8th place     5th place match
                 
  A3   Bulgaria 101  
  B4   Algeria 85    
        Bulgaria 76
        Hungary 68
  B3   Sweden 71    
  A4   Hungary 72   7th place match
 
  Algeria 48
    Sweden 90

Classification 9th–12th[edit]

Because of the odd number of teams, 5th team of Group A (i. e. Finland) was seeded in the ninth place match without playing any second round match.

  9th-11th place     9th place match
                 
    A5   Finland 78
  A6   Colombia 90     -   Colombia 59
  B5   Morocco 82  

Final ranking[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg  Soviet Union
Silver medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia
Bronze medal icon.svg  Cuba
4  Poland
5  Bulgaria
6  Hungary
7  Sweden
8  Algeria
9  Finland
10  Colombia
11  Morocco

Women's event[edit]

Eight teams competed in a round-robin tournament.

Team W L PF PA PD Pts
Gold medal icon.svg  Soviet Union 7 0 687 398 +239 14
Silver medal icon.svg  Bulgaria 5 2 574 531 +43 12
Bronze medal icon.svg  Cuba 5 2 558 536 +22 12
4  Poland 3 4 440 499 -59 10
5  Czechoslovakia 3 4 519 512 +7 10
6  Hungary 3 4 529 528 +1 10
7  North Korea 1 6 522 691 -169 8
8  Finland 1 6 441 575 -134 8

Results[edit]

Results Soviet Union Bulgaria Cuba Poland Czechoslovakia Hungary North Korea Finland
Soviet Union  99:56 102:75 81:24 84:72 91:62 135:60 95:49
Bulgaria  56:99 86:73 77:67 97:65 69:82 110:83 79:62
Cuba  75:102 73:86 69:68 69:64 82:73 98:68 92:75
Poland  24:81 67:77 68:69 63:62 77:75 81:73 60:62
Czechoslovakia  72:84 65:97 64:69 62:63 67:52 101:89 88:58
Hungary  62:91 82:69 73:82 75:77 52:67 96:77 89:65
North Korea  60:135 83:110 68:98 73:81 89:101 77:96 72:70
Finland  49:95 62:79 75:92 62:60 58:88 65:89 70:72

Winning teams' squads[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's
 Soviet Union
Alexander Belostenny
Valdemaras Chomičius
Sergėjus Jovaiša
Stanislav Yeryomin
Rimas Kurtinaitis
Andrei Lopatov
Anatoli Myshkin
Arvydas Sabonis
Sergei Tarakanov
Valery Tikhonenko
Vladimir Tkachenko
Valdis Valters
 Czechoslovakia
Zdenek Böhm
Kamil Brabenec
Gerald Dietr
Vlastimil Havlik
Ludomis Kristinik
Stanislav Kropulak
Oto Miticki
Jiri Okac
Peter Rajniak
Jaroslav Skala
Igor Vratniak
Jiri Zuffa
 Cuba
Pascal Abreo
Calsado Bise
Rosel Cabrera
Matenso Campos
Raul Dubois
Brais Daniel Esco
Martines Herrera
Indigas Laferte
Alberto Maturel
Alfonso Morales
Almentere Perez
Salomon Simon
Women's
 Soviet Union
Olesya Barel
Tatiana Belochapko
Olga Buyakina
Yelena Chausova
Olga Yakovleva
Larisa Kuriksha
Liudmila Muravyeva
Nadezhda Olkhova
Galina Savitskaya
Uljana Semjonova
Olga Sukharnova
Ramunė Šidlauskaitė
 Bulgaria
Lubka Alipyeieva
Krassimira Banova
Vania Dermendjieva
Radostina Dimitrova
Nadka Goltcheva
Mariana Ivanova
Nenka Ivanova
Petkana Makaveeva
Evladia Slavtcheva-Stefanova
Madlena Staneva
Nina Todorova
Radmila Vasilyeva
 Cuba
Hernandes Albares
Vilinueva Arias
Rivero Beccer
Hernandes Borrell
Dias Cala
Cinmana Cos
Maria Leon Molinet
Hernandes More
Munjagon Osoria
Cinbones Scite

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation (Soviet Union)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 2 0 0 2
2  Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
2  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
4  Cuba 0 0 2 2
Total 2 2 2 6

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Chmielewski, Zbigniew; et al. (1987). Na olimpijskim szlaku 1984. Sarajewo, Los Angeles (in Polish). Warsaw: Sport i Turystyka. pp. 203–204; 225–226. ISBN 83-217-2610-0. 
  • Trzciński, Tomasz; et al. (1985). Gwiazdy sportu '84 (in Polish). Warsaw: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza. p. 87. ISBN 83-03-01177-4.