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FIBA EuroBasket 2007
35th FIBA European Basketball Championship
Official logo of the EuroBasket 2007
Official website
EuroBasket 2007 (archive)
Tournament details
Host nation Spain
Dates 3 – 16 September
Teams 16 (from 49 federations)
Venues (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Russia (1st title)
MVP Russia Andrei Kirilenko
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Germany Nowitzki 24.0  Spain 82.1
Rebounds Israel Green 9.3  Lithuania 39.8
Assists Lithuania Jasikevičius 5.6  Russia 14.3
2005
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The FIBA EuroBasket 2007, was the 35th European regional basketball championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was hosted by Spain and took place from 3 to 16 September 2007.

Qualification[edit]

The draw for EuroBasket 2007 was held in Madrid, 19 October 2006.

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Greece
 Russia
 Serbia
 Israel

 Spain
 Croatia
 Latvia
 Portugal

 Germany
 Lithuania
 Turkey
 Czech Republic

 France
 Slovenia
 Italy
 Poland

Map of participating countries

Format[edit]

  • The top three teams from each group advance to the qualifying round, in which the are separated into two groups (A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3 on Group E; C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, D3 on Group F).
  • Results and standings among teams within the same group are carried over.
  • The top four teams at the qualifying round advance to the knockout quarterfinals (E1 vs. F4, E2 vs. F3, and so on).
  • The winners in the knockout semifinals advance to the Final, where both are guaranteed of berths in the 2008 Olympics. The losers figure in a third-place playoff. Before the tournament, the semifinal losers and the teams participating in the 5th-place playoff were assured of berths to the FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 2008.
Match between Lithuania and Italy in the Madrid Arena

Tie-breaking criteria[edit]

Ties are broken via the following criteria, with the first option used first, all the way down to the last option:

  1. Head to head results
  2. Goal average (not the goal difference) between the tied teams
  3. Goal average of the tied teams for all teams in its group

Squads[edit]

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

Venues[edit]

City Arena Capacity
Alicante Centro de Tecnificación de Alicante 5,425
Granada Palacio Municipal de Deportes de Granada 7,500
Madrid Madrid Arena 10,500
Madrid Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid 15,500
Palma de Mallorca Palma Arena 6,000
Seville Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo 10,000

First round[edit]

Qualified for the qualifying round
Times given below are in Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

Group A[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Russia 6 3 0 1.000 224 174 +50
 Greece 5 2 1 0.667 197 194 +3
 Israel 4 1 2 0.333 209 249 −40
 Serbia 3 0 3 0.000 215 228 −13
3 September
18:00
Serbia  65–73  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 17–17, 18–16, 17–19
3 September
20:30
Israel  66–76  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 15–12, 17–21, 18–24
4 September
18:00
Russia  90–56  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 23–13, 26–13, 24–15
4 September
20:30
Greece  68–67 (OT) OT  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 19–20, 9–7, 16–18OT: 12–11
5 September
18:00
Israel  87–83  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 16–23, 20–22, 25–15, 26–23
5 September
20:30
Russia  61–53  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 15–8, 10–14, 19–16, 17–15

Group B[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff First Tiebreaker
Record in Games Against Tied Teams
 Croatia 5 2 1 0.667 252 237 +15 1–0
 Spain 5 2 1 0.667 259 218 +41 0–1
 Portugal 4 1 2 0.333 201 239 −38 1–0
 Latvia 4 1 2 0.333 229 247 −18 0–1
3 September
19:00
Latvia  85–77  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 18–18, 18–18, 20–15, 29–26
3 September
21:30
Portugal  56–82  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 13–23, 8–23, 14–18, 21–18
4 September
19:00
Croatia  90–68  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 23–17, 33–14, 15–18
4 September
21:30
Spain  93–77  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 16–16, 29–19, 23–22
5 September
19:00
Portugal  77–67  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 17–9, 11–15, 27–20, 22–23
5 September
21:30
Croatia  85–84  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 21–28, 19–22, 27–15, 18–19

Group C[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Lithuania 6 3 0 1.000 265 224 +41
 Germany 5 2 1 0.667 242 211 +31
 Turkey 4 1 2 0.333 198 237 −39
 Czech Republic 3 0 3 0.000 225 258 −33
3 September
18:00
Czech Republic  78–83 (OT) OT  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 14–12, 17–13, 13–21, 30–28, OT: 4–9
3 September
20:30
Turkey  69–86  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 20–25, 12–19, 21–23
4 September
18:00
Lithuania  95–75  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 32–17, 22–14, 18–26, 23–18
4 September
20:30
Germany  79–49  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 24–16, 18–12, 21–10
5 September
18:00
Lithuania  84–80  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 30–17, 19–15, 19–25, 16–23
5 September
20:30
Czech Republic  72–80  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 15–28, 16–18, 18–13, 23–21

Group D[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Slovenia 6 3 0 1.000 206 186 +20
 France 5 2 1 0.667 209 195 +14
 Italy 4 1 2 0.333 209 208 +1
 Poland 3 0 3 0.000 188 223 −35
3 September
19:00
Poland  66–74  France
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 14–13, 21–25, 13–14
3 September
21:30
Italy  68–69  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 11–17, 20–18, 23–13
4 September
19:00
France  69–62  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 14–16, 20–11, 18–15
4 September
21:30
Slovenia  70–52  Poland
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 21–7, 12–7, 24–19
5 September
19:00
Slovenia  67–66  France
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 15–21, 21–17, 15–10
5 September
21:30
Poland  70–79  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 19–27, 22–23, 13–15

Second round[edit]

Qualified for the quarterfinals

Group E[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Spain 9 4 1 0.800 422 341 +81
 Russia 9 4 1 0.800 381 325 +56
 Greece 8 3 2 0.600 353 348 +5
 Croatia 7 2 3 0.400 398 396 +2
 Portugal 6 1 4 0.200 350 420 −70
 Israel 6 1 4 0.200 360 434 −74
7 September
16:30
Portugal  65–78  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 17–28, 19–24, 16–10
Pts: Jorge Coelho 16
Rebs: Elvis Évora 6
Asts: Miranda, Fernandes 2
Pts: Andrei Kirilenko 11
Rebs: Victor Khryapa 11
Asts: Andrei Kirilenko 3
7 September
19:00
Israel  80–75  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 19–18, 20–16, 27–24
Pts: Yaniv Green 17
Rebs: Yaniv Green 16
Asts: Meir Tapiro 7
Pts: Mario Kasun 18
Rebs: Mario Kasun, Markota 7
Asts: Davor Kus 4
7 September
21:30
Spain  76–58  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 23–15, 22–9, 11–15, 20–19
Pts: Rudy Fernández 20
Rebs: Felipe Reyes 8
Asts: Pau Gasol 5
Pts: Ioannis Bourousis 10
Rebs: Tsartsaris, Bourousis 5
Asts: Theodoros Papaloukas 5
9 September
16:30
Portugal  94–85  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 28–14, 18–20, 19–14, 29–37
Pts: João Gomes 23
Rebs: João Gomes 11
Asts: Filipe da Silva 9
Pts: Lior Eliyahu 29
Rebs: Lior Eliyahu 9
Asts: Meir Tapiro 6
9 September
19:00
Greece  81–78  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 13–21, 25–14, 23–24
Pts: Diamantidis 23
Rebs: Diamantidis, Papadopoulos 6
Asts: Diamantidis, Spanoulis 3
Pts: Mario Kasun 15
Rebs: Mario Kasun 6
Asts: Marko Popović 4
9 September
21:30
Russia  69–81  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 23–20, 12–20, 16–23, 18–18
Pts: Andrei Kirilenko 21
Rebs: Viktor Khryapa 11
Asts: Jon Robert Holden 4
Pts: José Calderón 17
Rebs: Pau Gasol 9
Asts: José Calderón 4
11 September
16:30
Croatia  70–83  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 21–22, 14–17, 14–25
Pts: Davor Kus 17
Rebs: Planinić, Tomas, Barać 5
Asts: Zoran Planinić 5
Pts: Andrei Kirilenko 20
Rebs: Kirilenko, Khryapa 8
Asts: Nikolay Padius 5
11 September
19:00
Greece  85–67  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 29–17, 19–13, 21–20
Pts: Dimosthenis Ntikoudis 17
Rebs: Dimosthenis Ntikoudis 9
Asts: Theodoros Papaloukas 4
Pts: João Santos 20
Rebs: Elvis Évora 6
Asts: Filipe da Silva 5
11 September
21:30
Spain  99–73  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 19–29, 28–19, 27–20, 25–5
Pts: Pau Gasol 26
Rebs: Jiménez, P. Gasol 7
Asts: Rodríguez, Mumbrú, Fernández 3
Pts: Tapiro, Naor, Eliyahu 15
Rebs: Yaniv Green 10
Asts: Meir Tapiro 7

Group F[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Lithuania 10 5 0 1.000 417 357 +60
 Slovenia 9 4 1 0.800 340 312 +28
 France 8 3 2 0.600 371 347 +24
 Germany 7 2 3 0.400 339 346 −7
 Italy 6 1 4 0.200 346 359 −13
 Turkey 5 0 5 0.000 308 400 −92
8 September
16:30
France  78–66  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 21–19, 15–10, 16–17
Pts: Tony Parker 23
Rebs: Boris Diaw 10
Asts: Tony Parker, Diawara 3
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 28
Rebs: Ademola Okulaja 9
Asts: Pascal Roller 2
8 September
19:00
Italy  74–79  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 26–19, 22–22, 13–17
Pts: Andrea Bargnani 15
Rebs: Andrea Bargnani 7
Asts: Denis Marconato 2
Pts: Rimantas Kaukėnas 22
Rebs: Linas Kleiza 9
Asts: Šarūnas Jasikevičius 4
8 September
21:30
Turkey  51–66  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 14–11, 11–15, 11–20
Pts: Hidayet Türkoğlu 17
Rebs: Kerem Gönlüm 9
Asts: Engin Atsür 2
Pts: Radoslav Nesterovič 13
Rebs: Goran Jagodnik 8
Asts: Lakovič, Lorbek, Dragić 3
10 September
16:30
Italy  84–75 (OT) OT  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 15–29, 19–14, 24–11, 12–16OT: 14–5
Pts: Gigli, Belinelli 17
Rebs: Angelo Gigli 10
Asts: Bulleri, Belinelli 4
Pts: Hidayet Türkoğlu 34
Rebs: Mehmet Okur 9
Asts: Hidayet Türkoğlu 4
10 September
19:00
Lithuania  88–73  France
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 29–14, 20–28, 20–13
Pts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 19
Rebs: Darius Songaila 7
Asts: Šarūnas Jasikevičius 7
Pts: Florent Piétrus 13
Rebs: Boris Diaw 7
Asts: Tony Parker 6
10 September
21:30
Germany  47–77  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 9–30, 13–15, 12–18, 13–14
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 16
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 8
Asts: Nowitzki, Femerling, Hamann, Garrett 1
Pts: Matjaž Smodiš 22
Rebs: Nesterovič, Dragić 7
Asts: Jaka Lakovič 5
12 September
16:30
Germany  67–58  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 15–9, 19–10, 21–21
Pts: Johannes Herber, Dirk Nowitzki 15
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 10
Asts: Dirk Nowitzki 3
Pts: Marco Belinelli 25
Rebs: Denis Marconato 6
Asts: Massimo Bulleri 3
12 September
19:00
France  85–64  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 23–13, 13–8, 29–21
Pts: Boris Diaw 18
Rebs: Frédéric Weis 6
Asts: Gomis, Diawara, Sangare 2
Pts: Kaya Peker 19
Rebs: Mehmet Okur 6
Asts: Ender Arslan 4
12 September
21:30
Slovenia  61–80  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 18–26, 23–18, 8–19, 12–17
Pts: Jaka Lakovič 15
Rebs: Radoslav Nesterovič 5
Asts: Jaka Lakovič 3
Pts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 21
Rebs: Linas Kleiza 7
Asts: Rimantas Kaukėnas 4

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
13 September        
  Spain  83
15 September
  Germany  55  
  Spain  82
14 September
    Greece  77  
  Slovenia  62
16 September
  Greece  63  
  Spain  59
13 September
    Russia  60
  Russia  75
15 September
  France  71  
  Russia  86 Third place
14 September
    Lithuania  74  
  Lithuania  74   Greece  69
  Croatia  72     Lithuania  78
16 September

Quarterfinals[edit]

13 September
19:00
Russia  75–71  France
Scoring by quarter: 21–23, 18–19, 14–14, 22–15
Pts: Victor Khryapa 17
Rebs: Victor Khryapa 7
Asts: Victor Khryapa 6
Pts: Boris Diaw 17
Rebs: Ronny Turiaf 7
Asts: Tony Parker 3
13 September
21:30
Spain  83–55  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 22–13, 26–16, 17–12
Pts: José Calderón 17
Rebs: Jiménez, M Gasol, P Gasol 5
Asts: Jiménez, Mumbrú 2
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 11
Rebs: Jan Jagla 7
Asts: Steffen Hamann 6
14 September
19:00
Lithuania  74–72  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 21–16, 15–20, 21–17
Pts: Darius Songaila 20
Rebs: Darius Songaila 7
Asts: Šarūnas Jasikevičius 8
Pts: Zoran Planinić 16
Rebs: Stanko Barać 6
Asts: Zoran Planinić 5
14 September
21:30
Slovenia  62–63  Greece
Pts: Radoslav Nesterovič 16
Rebs: Radoslav Nesterovič 11
Asts: Dragić, Smodiš, D. Lorbek, Lakovič 3
Pts: Theodoros Papaloukas 17
Rebs: Dimitris Diamantidis 6
Asts: Dimitris Diamantidis 3

Classification rounds[edit]

15 September
14:00
Classif. 5–8
France  69–86  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 18–26, 19–14, 19–25
Pts: Tony Parker 18
Rebs: Tariq Kirksay 6
Asts: Boris Diaw 5
Pts: Popović, Planinić 15
Rebs: Stanko Barać 7
Asts: Ukić, Planinić 3
15 September
16:30
Classif. 5–8
Germany  69–65  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 14–15, 14–23, 23–11
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 28
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 10
Asts: Steffen Hamann 4
Pts: Jaka Lakovič 17
Rebs: Radoslav Nesterovič 9
Asts: Jaka Lakovič 6
16 September
14:00
7th place
France  74–88  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 23–18, 17–15, 17–37
Pts: Tony Parker 31
Rebs: Ronny Turiaf 8
Asts: Tony Parker 4
Pts: Jaka Lakovič 26
Rebs: Radoslav Nesterovič 8
Asts: Jaka Lakovič 7
16 September
16:30
5th place
Croatia  71–80  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 16–25, 19–20, 13–22, 14–22
Pts: Marko Banić 16
Rebs: Mario Kasun 2
Asts: Zoran Planinić 4
Pts: Dirk Nowitzki 31
Rebs: Dirk Nowitzki 12
Asts: Nowitzki, Garrett 4

Semifinals[edit]

15 September
19:00
Spain  82–77  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 24–18, 17–21, 18–21, 23–17
Pts: P. Gasol, Navarro 23
Rebs: Pau Gasol 6
Asts: Garbajosa, Reyes 3
Pts: Vassilis Spanoulis 24
Rebs: Dimitris Diamantidis 9
Asts: Vassilis Spanoulis 5
15 September
21:30
Russia  86–74  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 15–21, 25–25, 21–16
Pts: Andrei Kirilenko 29
Rebs: Andrei Kirilenko 8
Asts: Viktor Khryapa 4
Pts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 30
Rebs: Darius Songaila 6
Asts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 4

Third place game[edit]

16 September
19:00
Lithuania  78–69  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 21–15, 21–20, 16–15
Pts: Kšyštof Lavrinovič 19
Rebs: Linas Kleiza 8
Asts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 5
Pts: Nikos Zisis 23
Rebs: Dimitris Diamantidis 7
Asts: Dimitris Diamantidis 4

Final[edit]

The EuroBasket 2007 final was held in Spain, in Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid, on 16 September.

16 September
21:30
Spain  59–60  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 12–20, 15–15, 10–14
Pts: José Calderón 15
Rebs: Pau Gasol 14
Asts: Pau Gasol 3
Pts: Andrei Kirilenko 17
Rebs: Victor Khryapa 12
Asts: Victor Khryapa 4


 Eurobasket 2007 Champions 

Russia
First title

Game Statistics[edit]

 Spain

# Player Min played Pts FT 2-FG 3-FG Rebs Assists
4 Pau Gasol 33 14 5/12 3/12 1/1 14 3
5 Rudy Fernández 24 5 2/2 0/2 1/3 2 1
6 Carlos Cabezas 10 2 - 1/2 0/1 1
7 Juan Carlos Navarro 17 - 0/3 0/2 1
8 José Manuel Calderón 28 15 - 0/2 5/7 4 2
9 Felipe Reyes 21 5 1/2 2/9 8
10 Carlos Jiménez 28 5 2/4 0/2 1/4 5 2
11 Sergio Rodríguez 2 - 0/1
12 Berni Rodríguez 1
13 Marc Gasol 6 5 5/6 0/1
14 Álex Mumbrú 12 - 0/1 1
15 Jorge Garbajosa 18 8 - 1/1 2/5
TOTALS (Team) 200 59 15/26 7/35 10/24 43 11

Head Coach: Spain Pepu Hernández

 Russia

# Player Min played Pts FT 2-FG 3-FG Rebs Assists
4 Nikita Shabalkin
5 Jon Robert Holden 39 8 - 4/9 0/4 1 1
6 Sergei Bykov
7 Andrei Kirilenko 30 17 6/7 4/6 1/4 5 2
8 Nikita Morgunov 9 4 - 2/5 0/1 2
9 Petr Samoylenko 16 - 0/2 2 1
10 Victor Khryapa 35 7 - 2/2 1/6 12 4
11 Zakhar Pashutin 18 3 - 0/2 1/2 3 1
12 Sergei Monia 9 3 - 1/2 1 1
13 Anton Ponkrashov 18 8 3/4 1/1 1/1 3 2
14 Aleksey Savrasenko 24 10 2/4 4/8 1 1
15 Nikolay Padius 4
TOTALS (Team) 200 60 11/15 17/35 5/20 38 13

Head Coach: Israel David Blatt

Legend: PTS = points, FT = free-throws (made/attempts), 2-FG = 2-point field goals (made/attempts), 3-PG = 3-point field goals (made/attempts), Rebs = Rebounds

All-EuroBasket 2007 Team[1][edit]

Top scorers (ppg)[edit]

  1. Dirk Nowitzki (Germany) 24
  2. Tony Parker (France) 20.1
  3. Hidayet Türkoğlu (Turkey) 19.1
  4. Milan Gurović (Serbia) 19.0
  5. Pau Gasol (Spain) 18.7
  6. Andrei Kirilenko (Russia) 18
  7. Marco Belinelli (Italy) 15.5
  8. Darko Miličić (Serbia) 14.7
  9. Yotam Halperin (Israel) 14
  10. Ramūnas Šiškauskas (Lithuania) 13.7
  11. Matjaž Smodiš (Slovenia) 13.4
  12. Marko Popović (Croatia) 13.1

Final standings[edit]

Place Team Record
1  Russia 8–1
2  Spain 7–2
3  Lithuania 8–1
4  Greece 5–4
5  Germany 5–4
6  Croatia 3–6
7  Slovenia 6–3
8  France 4–5
9–10  Italy 2–4
 Portugal 2–4
11–12  Israel 2–4
 Turkey 1–5
13–16  Latvia 1–2
 Serbia 0–3
 Czech Republic 0–3
 Poland 0–3

Team rosters (Top Four)[edit]

Olympic qualification[edit]

Apart from Spain (already qualified as the 2006 world champion), the following two teams have qualified directly to Beijing 2008:

The following four teams have assured a place in the Olympic qualifying tournament:

FIBA broadcasting rights[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Eurobasket 2007 All-Tournament Team

External links[edit]