EuroBasket 1985

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FIBA EuroBasket 1985
24th FIBA European Basketball Championship
Official website
EuroBasket 1985
Tournament details
Host nation West Germany
Dates 5–16 June
Teams 12 (from 34 federations)
Venues 3 Karlsruhe, Leverkusen, Stuttgart (in 3 host cities)
Champions  Soviet Union (14th title)
MVP Soviet Union Arvydas Sabonis
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Israel Doron Jamchy (28.1)  Soviet Union (109.1)
1983
1987 >

The 1985 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 1985, was the 24th FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, held by FIBA Europe.

Venues[edit]

City Arena Round/Group Capacity
Karlsruhe Europahalle Groups A 9,000
Leverkusen Wilhelm Dopatka Halle Groups B 5,000
Stuttgart Schleyerhalle Qualification and finals 15,500

Group stage[edit]

Group A – Karlsruhe[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Yugoslavia 5 4 1 514 464 +50 9
 Soviet Union 5 4 1 537 483 +54 9
 Spain 5 4 1 496 465 +31 9
 France 5 1 4 479 531 −52 6
 Romania 5 1 4 452 488 −36 6
 Poland 5 1 4 457 504 −47 6
Poland  70–83  Romania
Soviet Union  118–103  France
Spain  83–99  Yugoslavia
Soviet Union  100–85  Romania
Spain  99–97  Poland
France  89–110  Yugoslavia
Romania  94–106  Spain
France  94–97  Poland
Soviet Union  105–97  Yugoslavia
France  110–97  Romania
Yugoslavia  106–94  Poland
Soviet Union  92–99  Spain
Yugoslavia  102–93  Romania
Spain  109–83  France
Soviet Union  122–99  Poland

Group B – Leverkusen[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Italy 5 4 1 459 391 +68 9
 West Germany 5 4 1 445 420 +25 9
 Bulgaria 5 3 2 396 385 +11 8
 Czechoslovakia 5 2 3 428 425 +3 7
 Netherlands 5 1 4 430 434 −4 6
 Israel 5 1 4 400 503 −103 6
Italy  82–80  Czechoslovakia
West Germany  104–79  Netherlands
Israel  72–78  Bulgaria
Italy  94–79  West Germany
Israel  92–93  Czechoslovakia
Netherlands  90–103  Bulgaria
West Germany  101–83  Czechoslovakia
Italy  82–61  Bulgaria
Israel  80–86  Netherlands
Czechoslovakia  68–84  Bulgaria
Israel  54–88  West Germany
Netherlands  76–112  Italy
Netherlands  66–104  Czechoslovakia
West Germany  73–70  Bulgaria
Israel  92–89  Italy

Knockout stage[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
         
  West Germany  83
 
  Spain  98  
  Spain  95
 
    Czechoslovakia  98  
  Yugoslavia  91
 
  Czechoslovakia  102  
  Czechoslovakia  89
 
    Soviet Union  120
  Italy  97
 
  France  71  
  Italy  96 Third place
 
    Soviet Union  112  
  Soviet Union  104   Spain  90
  Bulgaria  86     Italy  102
 

5th to 8th place[edit]

Classification round Fifth place
   West Germany  98  
  Yugoslavia  84  
 
       West Germany  101
    France  81
Seventh place
   France  107    Yugoslavia  105
  Bulgaria  105     Bulgaria  86

Classification round[edit]

Classification round Ninth place
   Israel  91  
  Poland  86  
 
       Israel  90
    Romania  89
Eleventh place
   Romania  90    Poland  102
  Netherlands  87     Netherlands  100

Final rankings[edit]

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Czechoslovakia
  3.  Italy
  4.  Spain
  5.  West Germany
  6.  France
  7.  Yugoslavia
  8.  Bulgaria
  9.  Israel
  10.  Romania
  11.  Poland
  12.  Netherlands

Awards[edit]

1985 FIBA European Championship MVP: Arvydas Sabonis (Soviet Union Soviet Union)
All-Tournament Team[1]
Soviet Union Valdis Valters
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović
West Germany Detlef Schrempf
Spain Fernando Martín
Soviet Union Arvydas Sabonis (MVP)

Team rosters[edit]

1. Soviet Union: Arvydas Sabonis, Valdis Valters, Alexander Volkov, Vladimir Tkachenko, Valeri Tikhonenko, Aleksander Belostenny, Sergėjus Jovaiša, Sergei Tarakanov, Rimas Kurtinaitis, Valdemaras Chomičius, Heino Enden, Andrei Lopatov (Coach: Vladimir Obukhov)

2. Czechoslovakia: Kamil Brabenec, Stanislav Kropilak, Jiri Okac, Otto Maticky, Jaroslav Skala, Juraj Zuffa, Vlastimil Havlik, Peter Rajniak, Zdenek Bohm, Igor Vraniak, Vladimir Vyoral, Leos Krejci (Coach: Pavel Petera)

3. Italy: Walter Magnifico, Pierluigi Marzorati, Roberto Brunamonti, Roberto Premier, Romeo Sacchetti, Ario Costa, Renato Villalta, Augusto Binelli, Enrico Gilardi, Giuseppe Bosa, Renzo Vecchiato, Giampiero Savio (Coach: Sandro Gamba)

4. Spain: Juan Antonio San Epifanio, Jordi Villacampa, Fernando Martín, Candido "Chicho" Sibilio, Andrés Jiménez, Fernando Romay, Joaquim Costa, Josep Maria Margall, José Luis Llorente, Vicente Gil, Juan Domingo de la Cruz, Juan Manuel López Iturriaga (Coach: Antonio Díaz-Miguel)

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