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FIBA EuroBasket 2003
33rd FIBA European Basketball Championship
Official logo of the EuroBasket 2003
Tournament details
Host nation Sweden
Dates September 5 – September 14
Teams 16
Venues (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Lithuania (3rd title)
MVP Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Spain Gasol (25.8)  Lithuania (90.6)
Rebounds Turkey Türkcan (9.3)  Croatia (36)
Assists Lithuania Jasikevičius (8.2)  Lithuania (17.3)
Official website
EuroBasket 2003 (archive)
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The 2003 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 2003, was the 33rd FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship held by FIBA Europe, which also served as Europe qualifier for the 2004 Summer Olympics, giving a berth to the top three teams in the final standings. It was held in Sweden between September 5 and September 14 2003. Sixteen national teams entered the event under the auspices of FIBA Europe, the sport's regional governing body. The cities of Borås, Luleå, Norrköping, Södertälje and Stockholm hosted the tournament. Lithuania won its third FIBA European title by defeating Spain with a 93–84 score in the final. Lithuania's Šarūnas Jasikevičius was voted the tournament's MVP.

Venues[edit]

Location Picture City Arena Capacity Status Round
Boråshallen.JPG Borås Boråshallen 3,000 Opened in 1957 Group D
Coop Arena.JPG Luleå Coop Norrbotten Arena 6,500 Opened in 1970 Group A
Himmelstalundshallen i Norrköping, den 24 april 2007.JPG Norrköping Himmelstalundshallen 4,280 Opened in 1977 Group B
Södertälje Scaniarinken 7,250 Opened in 1970 Group C
Globen Stockholm February 2007.jpg Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena 7,250 Opened in 1989 Knockout stages

Qualification[edit]

Of the sixteen teams that participated in EuroBasket 2003, hosts Sweden and World Champions Serbia and Montenegro qualified directly. The other fourteen teams earned their berths via a qualifying tournament.

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 France
 Italy
 Slovenia

 Germany
 Israel
 Latvia
 Lithuania

 Russia
 Serbia and Montenegro
 Spain
 Sweden

 Croatia
 Greece
 Turkey
 Ukraine

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 Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 France 3 3 0 271 210 +61 6
 Slovenia 3 2 1 232 217 +15 5
 Italy 3 1 2 199 234 −35 4
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 0 3 210 251 −41 3
September 5
18:00
 Slovenia 77–67  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 18–20, 21–18, 20–15
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 1,813
Referees: Memduh Öget (TUR), Volodymyr Drabikovskyi (UKR)
September 5
21:00
 France 98–76  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 29–22, 18–22, 27–15, 24–17
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 1,541
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Oscar Lefwerth (SWE)
September 6
16:00
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 62–73  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 23–24, 12–13, 19–11, 8–25
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 2,083
Referees: Volodymyr Drabikovskyi (UKR), Oscar Lefwerth (SWE)
September 6
18:30
 Italy 52–85  France
Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 9–18, 14–22, 11–24
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 2,504
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Fedor Dmitriev (BLR)
September 7
15:15
 Slovenia 82–88  France
Scoring by quarter: 24–19, 18–21, 22–20, 18–28
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 1,552
Referees: Memduh Öget (TUR), Fedor Dmitriev (BLR)
September 7
18:15
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 72–80  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 23–23, 20–18, 12–20, 17–19
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 1,652
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Volodymyr Drabikovskyi (UKR)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Lithuania 3 3 0 279 224 +55 6
 Germany 3 2 1 251 260 −9 5
 Israel 3 1 2 234 255 −21 4
 Latvia 3 0 3 252 277 −25 3
5 September
18:00
 Lithuania 92–91 OT  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 14–23, 20–17, 24–18, 23–23, OT: 11–10
Pts: Macijauskas 22
Rebs: E. Žukauskas 8
Asts: Jasikevičius 8
Pts: Štelmahers 22
Rebs: Kambala 8
Asts: Štelmahers 4
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 2,940
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Tonči Anzulović (CRO)
September 5
15:15
 Germany 86–81  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 23–15, 22–23, 19–13, 22–30
Pts: Nowitzki, Okulaja 17
Rebs: Okulaja 10
Asts: Demirel 4
Pts: Tapiro 21
Rebs: Tapiro 6
Asts: Burstein, Halperin 2
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 2,444
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (GRE), Vladimir Okhrimenko (RUS)
September 6
17:00
 Israel 62–94  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 19–23, 6–17, 18–28, 19–26
Pts: Green 12
Rebs: Kozikaro, Saffar 4
Asts: Tapiro 2
Pts: Štombergas 16
Rebs: Praškevičius, Slanina 6
Asts: Jasikevičius 5
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 3,666
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (GRE), Tonči Anzulović(CRO)
September 6
14:00
 Latvia 86–94  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 14–27, 27–21, 21–22, 24–24
Pts: Bagatskis 18
Rebs: Kambala, Valters 6
Asts: Valters 4
Pts: Nowitzki 32
Rebs: Nowitzki 9
Asts: Demirel 4
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 3,387
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Grzegorz Ziemblicki (POL)
September 7
15:15
 Lithuania 93–71  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 22–19, 24–14, 30–20, 17–18
Pts: Štombergas 28
Rebs: E. Žukauskas 5
Asts: Jasikevičius 9
Pts: Nowitzki 19
Rebs: Nowitzki 9
Asts: Pesic 3
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 3,569
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (GRE), Vladimir Okhrimenko (RUS)
September 7
18:15
 Israel 91–75  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 29–14, 23–18, 20–21, 19–22
Pts: Burstein 21
Rebs: Burstein 8
Asts: Burstein 6
Pts: Ostlers 17
Rebs: Ostlers 6
Asts: Štelmahers 5
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 3,850
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Grzegorz Ziemblicki (POL)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Spain 3 3 0 263 196 +67 6
 Russia 3 2 1 264 240 +24 5
 Serbia and Montenegro 3 1 2 225 238 −13 4
 Sweden 3 0 3 191 269 −78 3
September 5
18:00
 Serbia and Montenegro 80–95  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 25–25, 20–22, 17–22, 18–26
Pts: Drobnjak 18
Rebs: Drobnjak, Gurović 8
Asts: Jarić 5
Pts: Kirilenko 29
Rebs: Kirilenko 10
Asts: 6 Players 2
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Attendance: 5,469
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Stelian Banica (ROU)
September 5
21:00
 Spain 99–52  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 25–10, 17–12, 38–16
Pts: Gasol 24
Rebs: F. Reyes 10
Asts: Marco 5
Pts: J. Larsson 15
Rebs: Nnamaka 8
Asts: Burke, J. Larsson 3
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Attendance: 6,346
Referees: Bruno Gasperin (FRA), Ademir Zurapovic (BIH)
September 6
21:00
 Sweden 68–78  Serbia and Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 17–29, 19–11, 13–13, 19–25
Pts: Jonzen 18
Rebs: Jonzen 11
Asts: Burke 5
Pts: Stojaković 23
Rebs: Drobnjak 13
Asts: Jarić 7
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Attendance: 6,956
Referees: Ademir Zurapovic (BIH), Stelian Banica (ROU)
September 6
18:00
 Russia 77–89  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 18–31, 23–20, 11–17, 25–21
Pts: Kirilenko 26
Rebs: Khryapa 6
Asts: Khryapa 3
Pts: Gasol 35
Rebs: Gasol, Jiménez, F. Reyes 6
Asts: Marco 3
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Referees: Bruno Gasperin (FRA), Roman Kolar (SLO)
September 7
15:45
 Serbia and Montenegro 67–75  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 23–14, 15–18, 14–19, 15–24
Pts: Stojaković 25
Rebs: Drobnjak 6
Asts: Stojaković 3
Pts: Navarro 22
Rebs: Jiménez 8
Asts: Jiménez 4
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Roman Kolar (SLO)
September 7
18:15
 Sweden 71–92  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 27–29, 15–16, 12–25, 17–22
Pts: Jonzen 18
Rebs: Burke, Jonzen 5
Asts: Burke 5
Pts: Kirilenko 22
Rebs: Likholitov 9
Asts: Khryapa 4
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Attendance: 6,037
Referees: Bruno Gasperin (FRA), Stelian Banica (ROU)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Greece 3 3 0 231 219 +12 6
 Turkey 3 2 1 222 216 +6 5
 Croatia 3 1 2 241 223 +18 4
 Ukraine 3 0 3 213 249 −36 3
September 5
21:00
 Greece 77–76  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 22–26, 16–21, 16–14, 23–15
Pts: Chatzivrettas 14
Rebs: Tsakalidis 8
Asts: Diamantidis 3
Pts: Prkačin 18
Rebs: Giriček 8
Asts: Giriček 3
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 2,123
Referees: Shmuel Bachar (ISR), Arnis Ozols (LAT)
September 5
18:00
 Ukraine 69–77  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 23–18, 19–14, 10–22, 17–23
Pts: Drozdov 13
Rebs: Khryapa 7
Asts: Ievstratenko 4
Pts: Okur 19
Rebs: Türkcan, Türkoğlu 8
Asts: Arslan 5
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 1,735
Referees: Richard Stokes (ENG), Jens Staudenmayer (GER)
September 6
21:00
 Turkey 70–75  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 10–25, 23–13, 11–21
Pts: Okur 23
Rebs: Türkcan 13
Asts: Tunçeri 2
Pts: Rentzias 15
Rebs: Diamantidis, Rentzias 6
Asts: Diamantidis 4
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 3,007
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavičius (LTU), Shmuel Bachar (ISR)
September 6
18:00
 Croatia 93–71  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 27–18, 26–14, 25–24
Pts: Giriček 21
Rebs: Bagarić 11
Asts: Popović 5
Pts: Lebediev, Okunskyy 15
Rebs: 3 Players 4
Asts: Rayevskyy 4
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 1,855
Referees: Richard Stokes (ENG), Arnis Ozols (LAT)
September 7
15:45
 Greece 79–73  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 9–22, 10–17, 35–16, 25–18
Pts: Dikoudis 21
Rebs: Dikoudis, Rentzias 5
Asts: 3 Players 3
Pts: Drozdov 19
Rebs: Balashov 10
Asts: Okunskyy, Rayevskyy 4
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 1,575
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavičius (LTU), Arnis Ozols (LAT)
September 7
18:15
 Turkey 75–72  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 17–17, 21–12, 19–22
Pts: Kutluay 23
Rebs: Türkcan 9
Asts: Yıldırım 4
Pts: Mulaomerović 16
Rebs: Prkačin 14
Asts: Mulaomerović 7
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 2,460
Referees: Richard Stokes (ENG), Jens Staudenmayer (GER)

Second round[edit]

September 8
20:30
 Slovenia 76–78  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 28–16, 15–21, 10–23, 23–18
Pts: Gorenc 21
Rebs: Nachbar 6
Asts: Lakovič 3
Pts: Green 14
Rebs: Green 10
Asts: Tapiro 9
Coop Arena, Luleå
Attendance: 1,843
Referees: Volodymyr Drabikovskyi (UKR), Ilija Belošević (SRB)
September 8
20:30
 Germany 84–86  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 10–11, 27–19, 16–24, 18–13
Pts: Demirel 23
Rebs: Okulaja 10
Asts: Femerling 4
Pts: Bulleri 17
Rebs: Galanda 8
Asts: Bulleri 8
Himmelstalundshallen, Norrköping
Attendance: 3,240
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Grzegorz Ziemblicki (POL)
September 8
20:00
 Russia 81–77  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 15–21, 19–20, 24–20, 23–16
Pts: Kirilenko 29
Rebs: Kirilenko 8
Asts: Karasev 3
Pts: Mulaomerović 26
Rebs: Bagarić 8
Asts: Mulaomerović, Prkačin 3
Scaniarinken, Södertälje
Attendance: 1,559
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Stelian Banica (ROU)
September 8
20:00
 Turkey 76–80  Serbia and Montenegro
Boråshallen, Borås
Attendance: 2,912
Referees: Richard Stokes (ENG), Vladimir Okhrimenko (RUS)

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
September 10 – 18:00        
  France  76
September 13 – 14:00
  Russia  69  
  France  70
September 10 – 21:00
    Lithuania  74  
  Lithuania  98
September 14 – 20:00
  Serbia and Montenegro  82  
  Lithuania  93
September 11 – 18:00
    Spain  84
  Spain  78
September 13 – 17:00
  Israel  64  
  Spain  81 Third place
September 11 – 21:00
    Italy  78  
  Greece  59   France  67
  Italy  62     Italy  69
September 14 – 17:00

Quarterfinals[edit]

September 10
18:00
 France 76–69  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 21–21, 21–14, 13–16
Pts: Parker 18
Rebs: Moïso 11
Asts: Parker 3
Pts: Kirilenko 22
Rebs: Khryapa 8
Asts: Karasev 4
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (GRE), Shmuel Bachar (ISR)
September 10
21:15
 Lithuania 98–82  Serbia and Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 30–19, 27–24, 23–23, 18–16
Pts: Šiškauskas 27
Rebs: Macijauskas 7
Asts: Jasikevičius 11
Pts: Ostojić 17
Rebs: Drobnjak 9
Asts: Jarić, Vujanić 3
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 8,252
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Roman Kolar (SLO)
September 11
18:00
 Spain 78–64  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 28–22, 16–14, 14–15, 20–13
Pts: Gasol 25
Rebs: Gasol 7
Asts: Calderón 4
Pts: Sharp 16
Rebs: Tapiro 6
Asts: Tapiro 5
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 8,466
Referees: Memduh Öget (TUR), Grzegorz Ziemblicki (POL)
September 11
21:00
 Greece 59–62  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 20–15, 11–17, 12–13
Pts: Dikoudis 18
Rebs: Dikoudis, Tsakalidis 8
Asts: Dikoudis, Papaloukas 2
Pts: Galanda 14
Rebs: Galanda 6
Asts: Bulleri 3
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 8,578
Referees: Bruno Gasperin (FRA), Vladimir Okhrimenko (RUS)

Semifinals[edit]

September 13
14:00
 France 70–74  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 16–20, 21–25, 23–13, 10–16
Pts: Parker 24
Rebs: Abdul-Wahad 8
Asts: 4 Players 2
Pts: Štombergas 22
Rebs: Jasikevičius 10
Asts: Jasikevičius 7
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 11,023
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (GRE), Shmuel Bachar (ISR)
September 13
17:00
 Spain 81–79  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 18–25, 24–16, 19–19
Pts: Navarro 23
Rebs: Jiménez 9
Asts: Marco, Navarro 2
Pts: Bulleri 24
Rebs: Bulleri 6
Asts: Soragna 3
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 11,096
Referees: Richard Stokes (ENG), Ilija Belošević (SRB)

Third place[edit]

September 14
17:00
 France 67–69  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 13–24, 14–15, 20–14, 20–16
Pts: Parker 24
Rebs: Moïso 8
Asts: Parker, Sonko 1
Pts: Marconato 16
Rebs: Marconato 10
Asts: Galanda 5
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 13,102
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Lazaros Voreadis (GRE)

Final[edit]

September 14
20:00
 Lithuania 93–84  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 20–12, 22–17, 31–36
Pts: Macijauskas 21
Rebs: E. Žukauskas 7
Asts: Jasikevičius 9
Pts: Gasol 36
Rebs: Gasol 12
Asts: Calderón, Navarro 3
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 13,274
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Lazaros Voreadis (GRE)

5th to 8th place[edit]

Classification round Fifth place
September 12 – 18:00
  Russia  77  
  Serbia and Montenegro  86  
 
September 14 – 13:30
      Serbia and Montenegro  64
    Greece  72
Seventh place
September 12 – 21:00 September 14 – 11:00
  Israel  56   Russia  82
  Greece  63     Israel  89
September 12
18:00
 Russia 77–86  Serbia and Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 18–29, 22–19, 18–19, 19–19
Pts: Monia 14
Rebs: Khryapa 8
Asts: Samoylenko 3
Pts: Gurović 24
Rebs: Drobnjak 9
Asts: Drobnjak 3
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 9,804
Referees: Miguel Betancor (ESP), Virginijus Dovidavičius (LTU)
September 12
21:00
 Israel 56–63  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 12–19, 17–15, 17–12
Pts: Halperin 12
Rebs: Green 7
Asts: Halperin 3
Pts: Fotsis 19
Rebs: Fotsis 10
Asts: Papaloukas 5
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 9,892
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Stelian Banica (ROU)
September 14
11:00
 Russia 82–89  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 18–20, 21–22, 25–31
Pts: Monia 26
Rebs: Karasev, Monia 6
Asts: Kirilenko, Monia 4
Pts: Tapiro 26
Rebs: Green 7
Asts: Burstein 4
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Attendance: 7,723
Referees: Grzegorz Ziemblicki (POL), Fedor Dmitriev (BLR)
September 14
13:30
 Serbia and Montenegro 64–72  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 12–16, 15–20, 24–15
Pts: Gurović 15
Rebs: Koturović 8
Asts: Avdalović 5
Pts: Chatzivrettas 21
Rebs: 3 Players 5
Asts: Diamantidis 4
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm
Referees: Volodymyr Drabikovskyi (UKR), Shmuel Bachar (ISR)

Statistical Leaders[edit]

Individual Tournament Highs[edit]

Individual Game Highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points Spain Pau Gasol 36  Lithuania
Rebounds Croatia Nikola Prkačin 14  Turkey
Assists Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius 11  Serbia and Montenegro
Steals Latvia Ainars Bagatskis
Russia Andrei Kirilenko (twice)
Israel Meir Tapiro
5  Lithuania
 France
 Israel
 Slovenia
Blocks Russia Andrei Kirilenko 6  Serbia and Montenegro
Turnovers Serbia and Montenegro Marko Jarić 9  Lithuania

Team Tournament Highs[edit]

Team Game highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points  Spain 99  Sweden
Rebounds  Croatia
 France
47  Turkey
 Italy
Assists  France 23  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Steals  France 15  Italy
Blocks  Lithuania
 Ukraine
8  Israel
 Turkey
Field goal percentage  Croatia 60.8% (31/51)  Ukraine
3-point field goal percentage  Israel 55.6% (10/18)  Latvia
Free throw percentage  Israel 100% (6/6)  Spain
Turnovers  France 25  Russia

Awards[edit]

 2003 FIBA European Champions 

Lithuania
3rd title
2003 FIBA European Championship MVP: Šarūnas Jasikevičius (Lithuania Lithuania)
All-Tournament Team[12]
France Tony Parker
Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius (MVP)
Lithuania Saulius Štombergas
Russia Andrei Kirilenko
Spain Pau Gasol

Final standings[edit]

Qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics
Qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics as host
Qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics as current World Champion
Rank Team Record
1st  Lithuania 6–0
2nd  Spain 5–1
3rd  Italy 4–3
4  France 4–2
5  Greece 5–1
6  Serbia and Montenegro 3–4
7  Israel 3–4
8  Russia 3–4
9  Germany 2–2
10  Slovenia 2–2
11  Croatia 1–3
12  Turkey 2–2
13  Latvia 0–3
14  Ukraine 0–3
15  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0–3
16  Sweden 0–3
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
 Lithuania
Giedrius Gustas
Mindaugas Žukauskas
Arvydas Macijauskas
Saulius Štombergas
Ramūnas Šiškauskas
Darius Songaila
Donatas Slanina
Eurelijus Žukauskas
Kšyštof Lavrinovič
Šarūnas Jasikevičius
Dainius Šalenga
Virginijus Praškevičius
 Spain
Pau Gasol
Roger Grimau
Carles Marco
Juan Carlos Navarro
José Calderon
Felipe Reyes
Carlos Jiménez
Alberto Herreros
Rodrigo de la Fuente
Antonio Bueno
Alfonso Reyes
Jorge Garbajosa
 Italy
Nikola Radulović
Gianluca Basile
Giacomo Galanda
Matteo Soragna
Denis Marconato
Alessandro De Pol
Alex Righetti
Davide Lamma
Massimo Bulleri
Michele Mian
Roberto Chiacig
Alessandro Cittadini
 France
Moustapha Sonko
Tariq Abdul-Wahad
Jérôme Moïso
Laurent Foirest
Alain Digbeu
Tony Parker
Makan Dioumassi
Florent Piétrus
Cyril Julian
Boris Diaw
Thierry Rupert
Ronny Turiaf

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