Belarus national basketball team

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Belarus Belarus Беларусь
Belarusian Basketball Federation.jpg
FIBA ranking 88 (T)
Joined FIBA 1992
FIBA zone FIBA Europe
Coach Ruslan Baidakov
Olympic Games
Appearances None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances None
Medals None
Eurobasket
Appearances None
Medals None

The Belarusian national basketball team is the basketball team representing Belarus. It came into existence in 1992 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and is governed by the Belarusian Basketball Federation (Беларусь федэрацыі баскетбола).

Belarus is Europe's most populous nation to never qualify for a major international basketball competition.

2012 Roster[edit]

# Player Position Born Current Club
4 Pavel Ulyanko Forward/Center 1979 Estonia BC Kalev/Cramo
5 Siarhei Charykau Point Guard 1982 Belarus SBK Osipovichi
6 Dante Stiggers Point Guard 1982 Cyprus APOEL B.C.
8 Mikita Meshcharakou Forward 1988 United States Wake Forest
9 Mikalai Aliakseyeu Center 1978 Romania BC Mureş Târgu Mureş
10 Dzianis Korshuk Forward 1978 Ukraine BC Odessa
11 Aliaksei Lashkevich Forward 1978 Belarus Minsk-2006
12 Aliaksandr Pustahvar Forward 1985 Russia BC Nizhny Novgorod
13 Heorhi Kandrusevich Forward 1978 Ukraine Ferro-ZNTU Zaporozhye
14 Aliaksandr Kudrautsau Guard 1980 Belarus Minsk-2006
15 Aliaksei Trastsinetski Forward 1986 Belarus Minsk-2006
22 Yahor Meshcharakou Forward 1976 Russia BC Spartak Saint Petersburg

Head Coach: Belarus Andrei Krivonos

Assistant Coaches: Belarus Andrei Vasileuka, Belarus Tatsiana Lavets

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Performance at Summer Olympics[edit]

yet to qualify

Performance at World Championships[edit]

yet to qualify

Performance at FIBA Europe Championship[edit]

yet to qualify

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