EuroBasket 1991

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FIBA EuroBasket 1991
27th FIBA European Basketball Championship
Official website
EuroBasket 1991 (archive)
Tournament details
Host nation  Italy
Dates 24–29 June
Teams (from 36 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Yugoslavia (5th title)

Eurobasket 1991 was the tournament contested by men's professional basketball teams from Europe. It was hosted by Italy.

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Yugoslavia 3 3 0 268 196 +72 6
 Spain 3 2 1 234 236 −2 5
 Poland 3 1 2 211 251 −40 4
 Bulgaria 3 0 3 236 266 −30 3
Bulgaria  75–83  Poland
Yugoslavia  76–67  Spain
Spain  94–93  Bulgaria
Yugoslavia  103–61  Poland
Poland  67–73  Spain
Bulgaria  68–89  Yugoslavia

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Italy 3 3 0 259 224 +35 6
 France 3 1 2 257 248 +9 4
 Greece 3 1 2 278 286 −8 4
 Czechoslovakia 3 1 2 283 319 −36 4
France  104–80  Czechoslovakia
Italy  82–72  Greece
Greece  113–123  Czechoslovakia
Italy  75–72  France
Greece  93–81  France
Italy  102–80  Czechoslovakia

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
   France  76  
   Yugoslavia  97  
 
       Yugoslavia  88
     Italy  73
Third place
   Italy  93    France  83
   Spain  90      Spain   101
5th place bracket
Semi-finals Fifth place
   Greece  110  
   Bulgaria  83  
 
       Greece  95
     Czechoslovakia  79
Seventh place
   Czechoslovakia  85    Bulgaria  86
   Poland  72      Poland   90


 Eurobasket 1991 Champions 

Yugoslavia

Final rankings[edit]

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Italy
  3.  Spain
  4.  France
  5.  Greece
  6.  Czechoslovakia
  7.  Poland
  8.  Bulgaria

Team rosters[edit]

1.Yugoslavia: Toni Kukoč, Dino Rađa, Vlade Divac, Žarko Paspalj, Zoran Savić, Predrag Danilović, Aleksandar Đorđević, Velimir Perasović, Jure Zdovc, Arijan Komazec, Zoran Sretenović, Zoran Jovanović (Coach: Dušan Ivković)

2.Italy: Antonello Riva, Walter Magnifico, Roberto Brunamonti, Ferdinando Gentile, Roberto Premier, Andrea Gracis, Ario Costa, Davide Pessina, Stefano Rusconi, Riccardo Pittis, Sandro Dell'Agnello, Alessandro Fantozzi (Coach: Sandro Gamba)

3.Spain: Juan Antonio San Epifanio, Jordi Villacampa, Antonio Martín, Juan Antonio Orenga, Mike Hansen, Rafael Jofresa, Josep "Pep" Cargol, Enrique "Quique" Andreu, Manel Bosch, José Miguel Antúnez, Fernando Arcega, Silvano Bustos (Coach: Antonio Díaz-Miguel)

4.France: Richard Dacoury, Stéphane Ostrowski, Antoine Rigaudeau, Valéry Demory, Hugues Occansey, Philip Szanyiel, Jim Bilba, Frederic Forte, Didier Gadou, Georges Adams, Felix Courtinard, Jim Deines (Coach: Francis Jordane)

All-Tournament Team[edit]

References[edit]