FIBA EuroBasket 2005 Division B

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The FIBA EuroBasket 2005 Division B was the first EuroBasket Division B tournament, the lower tier of the EuroBasket Tournament. At the same time that Division A had the European Championship, division B had a championship to determine which teams would get promoted into division A for the following year.

Macedonia and Denmark were promoted to the EuroBasket 2007 qualification.

Format[edit]

The fifteen teams were allocated in four groups. The winners of each group played a two-legged tie. The winners of each heat qualified for the EuroBasket 2007 qualification.

Teams[edit]

Results[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team P W L PF PA Diff
 Denmark 4 3 1 299 273 +26
 Iceland 4 2 2 290 303 −13
 Romania 4 1 3 287 300 −13
10 September 2004
Denmark  81–71  Iceland Aarhus, Denmark Boxscore
15 September 2004
Romania  73–74  Denmark Cluj-Napoca, Romania Boxscore
19 September 2004
Iceland  79–73  Romania Keflavík, Iceland Boxscore
3 September 2005
Iceland  60–77  Denmark Keflavík, Iceland Boxscore
7 September 2005
Denmark  67–69  Romania Risskov, Denmark Boxscore
10 September 2005
Romania  72–80  Iceland Bucharest, Romania Boxscore

Group B[edit]

11 September 2004
Malta  51–90  Ireland Msida, Malta Boxscore
Switzerland  56–73  Slovakia Lausanne, Switzerland Boxscore
13 September 2004
Malta  53–107  Slovakia Msida, Malta Boxscore
15 September 2004
Ireland  79–68  Switzerland Dublin, Republic of Ireland Report
18 September 2004
Malta  57–90  Switzerland Msida, Malta Boxscore
Slovakia  70–67  Ireland Bratislava, Slovakia Boxscore
3 September 2005
Ireland  98–49  Malta Dublin, Republic of Ireland Boxscore
Slovakia  60–66  Switzerland Bratislava, Slovakia Boxscore
7 September 2005
Slovakia  100–39  Malta Levice, Slovakia Boxscore
Switzerland  76–57  Ireland Geneva, Switzerland Boxscore
10 September 2005
Ireland  82–68  Slovakia Levice, Slovakia Boxscore
Switzerland  83–37  Malta Geneva, Switzerland Boxscore

Group C[edit]

Team P W L PF PA Diff
 Austria 6 5 1 480 431 +49
 Belarus 6 4 2 500 449 +51
 Cyprus 6 3 3 462 443 +19
 Albania 6 0 6 420 539 −119
11 September 2004
Cyprus  65–74  Austria Limassol, Cyprus Boxscore
Albania  72–84  Belarus Tirana, Albania Boxscore
14 September 2004
Belarus  77–72  Cyprus Gomel, Belarus Boxscore
15 September 2004
Austria  83–66  Albania Gmunden, Austria Report
18 September 2004
Albania  67–76  Cyprus Tirana, Albania Boxscore
Austria  91–92  Belarus Oberwart, Austria Boxscore
2 September 2005
Austria  73–66  Cyprus Oberwart, Austria Boxscore
3 September 2005
Belarus  110–58  Albania Gomel, Belarus Boxscore
7 September 2005
Albania  82–90  Austria Tirana, Albania Boxscore
Cyprus  87–77  Belarus Nicosia, Cyprus Boxscore
10 September 2005
Belarus  60–69  Austria Gomel, Belarus Boxscore
Cyprus  96–75  Albania Nicosia, Cyprus Boxscore

Group D[edit]

Team P W L PF PA Diff
 Macedonia 6 5 1 550 433 +77
 Georgia 6 4 2 488 432 +56
 Finland 6 3 3 492 460 +32
 Luxembourg 6 0 6 387 552 −165
11 September 2004
Georgia  85–78  Finland Tbilisi, Georgia Boxscore
Luxembourg  69–94  Macedonia Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg Boxscore
15 September 2004
Finland  97–64  Luxembourg Boxscore
Macedonia  81–77  Georgia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Boxscore
18 September 2004
Finland  78–87  Macedonia Espoo, Finland Boxscore
Luxembourg  61–87  Georgia Soleuvre, Luxembourg Boxscore
3 September 2005
Finland  87–79  Georgia Helsinki, Finland Boxscore
Macedonia  105–66  Luxembourg Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Boxscore
7 September 2005
Georgia  73–60  Macedonia Tbilisi, Georgia Boxscore
Luxembourg  62–82  Finland Dudelange, Luxembourg Boxscore
10 September 2005
Georgia  87–65  Luxembourg Tbilisi, Georgia Boxscore
Macedonia  83–70  Finland Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Boxscore

Qualification Games[edit]

17 September
18:00
Austria  75–101  Macedonia
Scoring by quarter: 27–26, 10–33, 25–22, 13–20
Pts: Mayes 27
Rebs: Volcic 6
Asts: six players 1
Pts: Stefanov 25
Rebs: Stefanov 6
Asts: Stefanov 4
Gmunden, Austria
Attendance: 1100
Referees: M Reatto (ITA), P Bodnar (HUN)
24 September
20:00
Macedonia  99–62  Austria
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 22–10, 27–16, 24–16
Pts: Antić 16
Rebs: four players 4
Asts: Stefanov 10
Pts: Knabl, Ortner 14
Rebs: Volcic 11
Asts: Schreiner 5
Skopje, Macedonia
Attendance: 2500
Referees: K Koromilas (GRE), D Nakic (CRO)

Macedonia won 200–137 and advanced to Eurobasket 2007 Division A

17 September 2005
17:00
Ireland  80–66  Denmark
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 29–19, 20–11, 14–21
Pts: Conlon 14
Rebs: Bowdler 8
Asts: Bree 4
Pts: Thuesen 15
Rebs: Drejer, Johansen 6
Asts: Iversen, Johansen 1
Dublin, Ireland
Attendance: 1200
Referees: S De Coster (BEL), C Mateus (FRA)
24 September 2005
15:00
Denmark  86–70  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 17–9, 15–14, 12–10
Pts: Drejer 39
Rebs: Johansen 9
Asts: Thuesen 10
Pts: Callahan 22
Rebs: Callahan 8
Asts: Bree 4
Aarhus, Denmark
Attendance: 1225
Referees: B Schmidt (GER), S Herbertsson (ISL)

Denmark won 152–150 and advanced to Eurobasket 2007 Division A

Statistical Leaders[edit]

External links[edit]