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FIBA EuroBasket 2001
32nd FIBA European Basketball Championship
Logo of the EuroBasket 1999
Tournament details
Host nation Turkey
Dates 31 August – 9 September
Teams 16 (from 48 federations)
Venues (in 3 host cities)
Champions  Yugoslavia (8th title)
MVP Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Predrag Stojaković
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Germany Nowitzki (28.7)  Yugoslavia (91.5)
Rebounds Spain Gasol (9.7)  Croatia (36.3)
Assists Latvia Miglinieks (7.3)  Yugoslavia (17.2)
Official website
EuroBasket 2001 (archive)
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The 2001 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 2001, was the 32nd FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship held by FIBA Europe, which also served as Europe qualifier for the 2002 FIBA World Championship, giving a berth to the top four (or five, depending on Yugoslavia reaching one of the top four places) teams in the final standings. It was held in Turkey between 31 August and 9 September 2001. Sixteen national teams entered the event under the auspices of FIBA Europe, the sport's regional governing body. The cities of Ankara, Antalya and Istanbul hosted the tournament. Yugoslavia won its second FIBA European title by defeating hosts Turkey with a 78–69 score in the final. Vlado Šćepanović scored 19 points for Yugoslavia, while İbrahim Kutluay scored 19 for Turkey. Yugoslavia's Predrag Stojaković was voted the tournament's MVP.

Venues[edit]

Location Picture City Arena Capacity Status Round
Ankara ASKI Sport Hall 6,000 Groups A and B
Second round
Antalya Antalya Expo Center 3,800 Opened in 1999 Groups C and D
Abdi İpekçi Arena.jpg Istanbul Abdi İpekçi Arena 12,270 Opened in 1986 Knockout stages

Qualification[edit]

Of the sixteen teams that participated in EuroBasket 2001, the top eight teams from the previous tournament qualified directly. The other eight teams earned their berths via a qualifying tournament.

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 France
 Israel
 Lithuania
 Ukraine

 Latvia
 Slovenia
 Spain
 Turkey

 Croatia
 Estonia
 Germany
 Yugoslavia

 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Greece
 Italy
 Russia

Format[edit]

  • The teams were split in four groups of four teams each where they played a round robin. The first team from each group qualified directly to the knockout stage. To define the other four teams that advanced to the knockout stage, second and third-placed teams from each group where cross-paired (2A vs. 3B, 3A vs. 2B, 2C vs. 3D, 3C vs. 2D) and the winner from each match advanced to the knockout stage.
  • In the knockout quarterfinals, the winners advanced to the semifinals. The winners from the semifinals competed for the championship in the final, while the losing teams play a consolation game for the third place.
  • The losing teams from the quarterfinals play in a separate bracket to define 5th through 8th place in the final standings.

Squads[edit]

At the start of tournament, all 16 participating countries had 12 players on their roster.

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the quarterfinals
Qualified for the second round
Times given below are in Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+3).

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 France 3 2 1 239 225 +14 5 1–0
 Lithuania 3 2 1 215 195 +20 5 0–1
 Israel 3 1 2 218 210 +8 4 1–0
 Ukraine 3 1 2 214 256 −42 4 0–1
31 August
14:30
 Ukraine 60–82  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 13–14, 8–18, 21–29
Pts: 3 Players 13
Rebs: Okunskyy 15
Asts: Ievstratenko, Khryapa 3
Pts: Šiškauskas 16
Rebs: Einikis 7
Asts: Jasikevičius 6
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Philippe Leemann (SUI), Aleksander Gorshkov (RUS)
31 August
16:45
 Israel 71–77 OT  France
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 16–16, 16–15, 18–13, OT: 9–15
Pts: Tapiro 21
Rebs: Tapiro 12
Asts: Tapiro 7
Pts: Foirest 18
Rebs: Sciarra 10
Asts: Foirest 5
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Danko Radić (CRO)
1 September
14:30
 France 86–89  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 26–19, 15–30, 30–25
Pts: Palmer 18
Rebs: Palmer 10
Asts: Sciarra 10
Pts: Okunskyy 28
Rebs: Korablov, Okunskyy 6
Asts: Korablov, Rayevskyy 3
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Efim Resser (GER), Ademir Zurapovic (BIH)
1 September
16:45
 Lithuania 68–59  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 18–4, 9–22, 23–21, 18–12
Pts: Timinskas 15
Rebs: Timinskas 7
Asts: Jasikevičius 4
Pts: Sharp, Turgeman 12
Rebs: Green 11
Asts: Lubin 3
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Gennaro Colucci (ITA), Ilija Belošević (SRB)
2 September
14:30
 Ukraine 65–88  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 13–22, 17–23, 15–22
Pts: Ryzhov 16
Rebs: Okunskyy 6
Asts: Rayevskyy 2
Pts: Saffar 19
Rebs: Green 9
Asts: Tapiro 5
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Dubravko Muhvić (CRO), Atso Matsalu (EST)
2 September
21:45
 France 76–65  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 27–20, 20–10, 14–17, 15–18
Pts: Risacher 18
Rebs: Sciarra 8
Asts: Sciarra 7
Pts: Šiškauskas 13
Rebs: Timinskas, Žukauskas 5
Asts: Jasikevičius 3
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Turkey 3 2 1 226 232 −6 5 1–0
 Spain 3 2 1 270 222 +48 5 0–1
 Latvia 3 1 2 258 284 −26 4 1–0
 Slovenia 3 1 2 225 241 −16 4 0–1
31 August
19:00
 Latvia 82–85  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 28–20, 22–30, 18–18
Pts: Bagatskis 21
Rebs: Kambala 11
Asts: Miglinieks 7
Pts: Kutluay 20
Rebs: Türkcan 9
Asts: Türkcan 5
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Gennaro Colucci (ITA), Ilija Belošević (SRB)
31 August
21:15
 Slovenia 61–85  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 15–25, 14–21, 18–25, 14–14
Pts: Udrih 12
Rebs: Nesterovič, Udrih 4
Asts: McDonald 4
Pts: Paraíso 17
Rebs: Gasol 9
Asts: Angulo 4
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Efim Resser (GER)
1 September
19:00
 Turkey 57–71  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 13–13, 13–19, 13–24
Pts: Kutluay 19
Rebs: Beşok 12
Asts: Türkoğlu 3
Pts: Nesterovič 20
Rebs: Nesterovič 11
Asts: Bečirovič, Milič 4
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Danko Radić (CRO)
1 September
21:15
 Spain 106–77  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 27–21, 30–15, 26–20
Pts: Paraíso 16
Rebs: Gasol 9
Asts: Navarro 9
Pts: Helmanis 20
Rebs: Bagatskis, Kambala 6
Asts: Miglinieks 7
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Aleksander Gorshkov (RUS), Atso Matsalu (EST)
2 September
16:45
 Latvia 99–93 OT  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 26–29, 22–14, 17–25, 22–15, OT: 16–10
Pts: Kambala 24
Rebs: Bagatskis, Kambala 9
Asts: Miglinieks 12
Pts: 3 Players 19
Rebs: Nesterovič 12
Asts: Bečirovič 6
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Philippe Leemann (SUI), Ademir Zurapovic (BIH)
2 September
21:45
 Spain 79–84  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 14–26, 28–22, 13–22, 24–14
Pts: Navarro 24
Rebs: Gasol 10
Asts: López 4
Pts: Kutluay 35
Rebs: Beşok 10
Asts: Ene 3
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Efim Resser (GER), Gennaro Colucci (ITA)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Yugoslavia 3 3 0 279 197 +82 6
 Germany 3 2 1 263 245 +18 5
 Croatia 3 1 2 235 247 −12 4
 Estonia 3 0 3 198 286 −88 3
31 August
16:45
 Estonia 71–92  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 22–26, 14–25, 17–22
Pts: Müürsepp 15
Rebs: Müürsepp, Noormets 5
Asts: Pärn, Tein 3
Pts: Nowitzki 33
Rebs: Nowitzki 12
Asts: Demirel 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Eduardo Sancha (ESP), Moise Bitton (ISR)
31 August
19:00
 Croatia 66–80  Yugoslavia
Scoring by quarter: 20–26, 15–17, 20–18, 11–19
Pts: Kovačić 19
Rebs: Kovačić 8
Asts: Mulaomerović 5
Pts: Stojaković 21
Rebs: Tarlać 9
Asts: Jarić 4
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Petr Sudek (SVK)
1 September
14:30
 Yugoslavia 113–58  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 33–18, 21–15, 34–10, 25–15
Pts: Stojaković 21
Rebs: Tarlać 9
Asts: Obradović 5
Pts: Müürsepp 16
Rebs: Metstak 9
Asts: 3 Players 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Kamen Toshev (BUL), Borys Shulga (UKR)
1 September
16:45
 Germany 98–88  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 25–19, 23–25, 24–17, 26–27
Pts: Nowitzki 31
Rebs: Femerling, Okulaja 4
Asts: Demirel, Pesic 3
Pts: Mulaomerović 23
Rebs: Kovačić 10
Asts: 3 Players 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 1,100
Referees: Pascal Dorizon (FRA), Murat Biricik (TUR)
2 September
14:30
 Estonia 69–81  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 10–21, 23–22, 14–17, 22–21
Pts: Müürsepp 24
Rebs: Müürsepp 8
Asts: Pehka 4
Pts: Giriček 21
Rebs: Giriček 8
Asts: Giriček, Mulaomerović 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: Eduardo Sancha (ESP), Moise Bitton (ISR)
2 September
19:00
 Yugoslavia 86–73  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 19–13, 17–28, 28–19
Pts: Stojaković 22
Rebs: Drobnjak 6
Asts: Jarić 4
Pts: Okulaja 18
Rebs: Okulaja 8
Asts: Okulaja 4
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 2,200
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Petr Sudek (SVK)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Russia 3 2 1 247 208 +39 5 0.543
 Italy 3 2 1 242 207 +35 5 0.539
 Greece 3 2 1 265 265 0 5 0.500
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 0 3 206 280 −74 3  
31 August
14:30
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 63–83  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 17–25, 19–25, 14–18, 13–15
Pts: Marković 12
Rebs: Mujezinović, Ovčina 6
Asts: 3 Players 3
Pts: Kirilenko 26
Rebs: Bachminov 9
Asts: E. Pashutin 6
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Kamen Toshev (BUL), Murat Biricik (TUR)
31 August
21:15
 Greece 83–82  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 24–25, 18–17, 23–20, 18–20
Pts: Rentzias 22
Rebs: Kakiouzis 4
Asts: Sigalas 8
Pts: Fučka 21
Rebs: Fučka 5
Asts: Meneghin 7
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)
1 September
19:00
 Italy 96–66  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 35–12, 18–24, 26–13, 17–17
Pts: Chiacig 15
Rebs: Fučka 7
Asts: Basile 6
Pts: Mujezinović 17
Rebs: Mujezinović 6
Asts: Firić, Mršić 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Juris Kokainis (LAT)
1 September
21:15
 Russia 106–81  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 37–26, 19–15, 27–23, 23–17
Pts: Chikalkin 27
Rebs: Panov 11
Asts: Panov 7
Pts: Alvertis 20
Rebs: Fotsis 5
Asts: Papaloukas 5
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Eduardo Sancha (ESP), Petr Sudek (SVK)
2 September
16:45
 Italy 64–58  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 16–11, 21–18, 12–16
Pts: Fučka 18
Rebs: Fučka 10
Asts: Meneghin 6
Pts: Kirilenko 16
Rebs: Kirilenko 10
Asts: E. Pashutin 6
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Murat Biricik (TUR)
2 September
21:15
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 77–101  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 23–18, 10–29, 23–33
Pts: Mršić 21
Rebs: Lerić, Mujezinović 6
Asts: Mršić 4
Pts: Alvertis 23
Rebs: Fotsis 7
Asts: Papaloukas 7
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Pascal Dorizon (FRA), Borys Shulga (UKR)

Second round[edit]

3 September
19:00
 Lithuania 76–94  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 15–25, 17–21, 24–28
Pts: Timinskas 15
Rebs: Timinskas 8
Asts: Jasikevičius 6
Pts: Bagatskis 25
Rebs: Kambala 11
Asts: Miglinieks, Štelmahers 5
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Efim Resser (GER), Ilija Belošević (SRB)
3 September
21:15
 Spain 71–67  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 10–11, 27–19, 16–24, 18–13
Pts: Reyes 16
Rebs: Reyes 11
Asts: Navarro 5
Pts: Turgeman 15
Rebs: Green 7
Asts: Turgeman 2
ASKI Sport Hall, Ankara
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Philippe Leemann (SUI)
3 September
19:00
 Italy 57–65  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 11–16, 18–18, 13–17
Pts: Pecile 15
Rebs: Chiacig 9
Asts: Righetti 3
Pts: Mršić 14
Rebs: Tabak 12
Asts: Mulaomerović 3
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 1,550
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)
3 September
21:15
 Germany 80–75  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 10–29, 21–18, 22–11, 27–17
Pts: Nowitzki 25
Rebs: Nowitzki 15
Asts: Garris 4
Pts: Sigalas 23
Rebs: Dikoudis 7
Asts: Papaloukas 7
Antalya Expo Center, Antalya
Attendance: 2,300
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Eduardo Sancha (ESP)

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
5 September – 19:00        
  Turkey  87
8 September – 19:00
  Croatia  85  
  Turkey  79
5 September – 21:15
    Germany  78  
  France  77
9 September – 21:15
  Germany  81  
  Turkey  69
6 September – 19:00
    Yugoslavia  78
  Yugoslavia  114
8 September – 21:15
  Latvia  78  
  Yugoslavia  78 Third place
6 September – 21:15
    Spain  65  
  Russia  55   Germany  90
  Spain  62     Spain  99
9 September – 19:00

Quarterfinals[edit]

5 September
19:00
 Turkey 87–85 OT  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 10–19, 18–25, 20–13, 25–16, OT: 14–12
Pts: Türkcan 20
Rebs: Türkcan 14
Asts: Erdenay, Türkoğlu 4
Pts: Giriček 28
Rebs: Vujčić 8
Asts: Mulaomerović 6
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Pascal Dorizon (FRA), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)
5 September
21:15
 France 77–81  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 17–12, 24–23, 8–25, 28–21
Pts: Foirest 23
Rebs: Bilba, Sciarra 7
Asts: Sciarra 7
Pts: Nowitzki 32
Rebs: Okulaja 8
Asts: Garrett 2
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 5,800
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Philippe Leemann (SUI)
6 September
19:00
 Yugoslavia 114–78  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 37–13, 29–27, 25–21, 23–17
Pts: Stojaković 29
Rebs: Tomašević 8
Asts: Drobnjak, Jarić 6
Pts: Ļaksa 18
Rebs: Kambala 7
Asts: Štelmahers 7
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Eduardo Sancha (ESP), Murat Biricik (TUR)
6 September
21:15
 Russia 55–62  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 13–7, 15–16, 15–20, 12–19
Pts: Chikalkin 12
Rebs: Panov 6
Asts: E. Pashutin 3
Pts: A. Reyes 13
Rebs: Gasol, Kornegay 9
Asts: Rodríguez 3
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Ilija Belošević (SRB)

Semifinals[edit]

8 September
19:00
 Germany 78–79 OT  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 21–22, 15–16, 14–13, OT: 8–9
Pts: Nowitzki 22
Rebs: Okulaja 17
Asts: 5 Players 2
Pts: Kutluay 24
Rebs: Beşok 13
Asts: Türkoğlu 8
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Eduardo Sancha (ESP)
8 September
21:15
 Yugoslavia 78–65  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 18–18, 21–12, 21–14
Pts: Stojaković 30
Rebs: 3 Players 5
Asts: Jarić 4
Pts: Gasol 22
Rebs: Gasol 11
Asts: Angulo, López 2
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Pascal Dorizon (FRA), Murat Biricik (TUR)

Third place[edit]

9 September
19:00
 Germany 90–99  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 22–24, 20–35, 21–17, 27–23
Pts: Nowitzki 43
Rebs: Nowitzki 15
Asts: Nowitzki 3
Pts: Gasol 31
Rebs: Gasol 10
Asts: Navarro 5
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 9,000
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Petr Sudek (SVK)

Final[edit]

9 September
21:15
 Turkey 69–78  Yugoslavia
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 18–23, 17–20, 12–20
Pts: Kutluay 16
Rebs: Beşok 9
Asts: Türkoğlu 3
Pts: Šćepanović 19
Rebs: Bodiroga, Tomašević 7
Asts: Tomašević 3
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Eduardo Sancha (ESP), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

5th to 8th place[edit]

Classification round Fifth place
7 September – 19:00
  France  90  
  Croatia  79  
 
9 September – 16:45
      France  73
    Russia  78
Seventh place
7 September – 21:15 9 September – 14:30
  Latvia  81   Croatia  93
  Russia  99     Latvia  91
7 September
19:00
 France 90–79  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 21–23, 22–23, 28–15, 19–18
Pts: Parker 19
Rebs: Evtimov 8
Asts: Parker 4
Pts: Mulaomerović 16
Rebs: Mamić 7
Asts: Mulaomerović, Prkačin 4
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Petr Sudek (SVK)
7 September
21:15
 Latvia 81–99  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 18–31, 21–32, 20–17, 22–19
Pts: Kambala 16
Rebs: Cipruss 9
Asts: Miglinieks, Štelmahers 6
Pts: Kirilenko 21
Rebs: Kirilenko 13
Asts: E. Pashutin 6
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Philippe Leemann (SUI), Dubravko Muhvić (CRO)
9 September
14:30
 Croatia 93–91  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 24–22, 32–21, 22–24
Pts: 3 Players 17
Rebs: Tabak 10
Asts: Giriček, Mršić 3
Pts: Kambala 32
Rebs: Kambala 12
Asts: Miglinieks 11
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Murat Biricik (TUR), Philippe Leemann (SUI)
9 September
16:45
 France 73–78  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 17–15, 18–14, 19–24
Pts: Parker 17
Rebs: Bilba 7
Asts: Sciarra 4
Pts: Kirilenko 22
Rebs: Kirilenko 11
Asts: Panov 5
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Iztok Rems (SLO), Ilija Belošević (SRB)

Statistical Leaders[edit]

Individual Tournament Highs[edit]

Individual Game Highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points Germany Dirk Nowitzki 43  Spain
Rebounds Germany Ademola Okulaja 17  Turkey
Assists Latvia Raimonds Miglinieks 12  Slovenia
Steals Israel Lior Lubin 8  Ukraine
Blocks Spain Pau Gasol
Russia Andrei Kirilenko
5  Turkey
 Italy
Turnovers Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius 8  Israel

Team Tournament Highs[edit]

Team Game highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points  Yugoslavia 114  Latvia
Rebounds  Germany 49  Turkey
Assists  Yugoslavia 33  Estonia
Steals  Yugoslavia 18  Latvia
Blocks  Russia 9  Italy
Field goal percentage  Yugoslavia 67.2% (41/61)  Estonia
3-point field goal percentage  Latvia 63.6% (14/22)  Lithuania
Free throw percentage  Latvia
 Croatia
100% (22/22)
100% (19/19)
 Croatia
 Latvia
Turnovers  Czech Republic 23  Italy

Awards[edit]

 2001 FIBA European Champions 

Yugoslavia
8th title
2001 FIBA European Championship MVP: Peja Stojaković (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia)
All-Tournament Team[12]
Germany Dirk Nowitzki
Spain Pau Gasol
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Peja Stojaković (MVP)
Turkey İbrahim Kutluay
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Marko Jarić

Final standings[edit]

Qualified for the 2002 FIBA World Championship
Qualified for the 2002 FIBA World Championship as current Olympic Champion
Rank Team Record
1st  Yugoslavia 6–0
2nd  Turkey 4–2
3rd  Spain 5–2
4  Germany 4–3
5  Russia 4–2
6  France 3–3
7  Croatia 3–4
8  Latvia 2–5
9  Greece 2–5
10  Israel 1–3
11  Italy 2–2
12  Lithuania 2–2
13  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0–3
14  Estonia 0–3
15  Slovenia 1–2
16  Ukraine 1–2
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
 Yugoslavia
Dejan Bodiroga
Veselin Petrović
Saša Obradović
Igor Rakočević
Peja Stojaković
Vlado Šćepanović
Marko Jarić
Predrag Drobnjak
Dragan Tarlać
Dejan Milojević
Dejan Tomašević
Milan Gurović
 Turkey
Kerem Tunçeri
Hedo Türkoğlu
Mirsad Türkcan
Orhun Ene
Asım Pars
Harun Erdenay
İbrahim Kutluay
Kaya Peker
Hüseyin Beşok
Mehmet Okur
Haluk Yıldırım
Ömer Onan
 Spain
Pau Gasol
Chuck Kornegay
Paco Vázquez
Juan Carlos Navarro
Ignacio Rodríguez
Felipe Reyes
Carlos Jiménez
Lucio Angulo
José Antonio Paraíso
Raül López
Alfonso Reyes (basketball)
Jorge Garbajosa
 Germany
Mithat Demirel
Ademola Okulaja
Robert Garrett
Marko Pesic
Stefano Garris
Drazan Tomic
Marvin Willoughby
Stipo Papić
Stephen Arigbabu
Patrick Femerling
Dirk Nowitzki
Shawn Bradley

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