1986 FIBA World Championship

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1986 FIBA World Championship
Mundobasket España 1986
Fiba World Cup 1986 Spain Official Logo.jpg
Tournament details
Dates July 5–20
Teams 24
Venue(s) 7 (in 7 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  United States (2nd title)
Runners-up  Soviet Union
Third place  Yugoslavia
Fourth place  Brazil
Tournament statistics
MVP Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović
Top scorer Greece Nikos Galis (33.5 per game)
1982
1990

The 1986 FIBA World Championship was the 10th FIBA World Championship, the international basketball world championship for men's teams. It was hosted by Spain and was held from July 5 to 19, 1986. The Final phase of the tournament was held at the Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad, Madrid.[1] They were classified as the official men's basketball event of the 1986 Goodwill Games, held simultaneously in Moscow. This was the final tournament for West Germany, which did not participate in the next tournament prior to its unification with East Germany.

Venues[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Classification and Final phase
Zaragoza Ferrol Málaga Tenerife Barcelona Oviedo Madrid
Palacio de los Deportes Polideportivo A Malata Palacio de los Deportes de Ciudad Jardín Pabellón Central Santa Cruz de Tenerife Sports Palace of Barcelona Palacio Municipal de Deportes Community of Madrid Sports Palace
Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: 6,000 Capacity: 8,000 Capacity: 6,000 Capacity: 12,000
Palacio de Deportes de Zaragoza.jpg Barcelona Teatre Musical - (Catalonia).jpg Palacio de Deportes (Madrid) 02.jpg

Competing nations[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D Withdrawn

 Brazil
 France
 Greece
 South Korea
 Panama
 Spain

 Angola
 Australia
 Cuba
 Israel
 Soviet Union
 Uruguay

 China
 Ivory Coast
 Italy
 Puerto Rico
 United States
 West Germany

 Argentina
 Canada
 Malaysia
 Netherlands
 New Zealand
 Yugoslavia

 Philippines
The Philippines, despite being the Asian Champions, withdrew from the competition citing lack of funds to send a team. Malaysia was named as their replacement.[2]

Squads[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the semifinal round

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Brazil 5 4 1 478 419 +59 9 1–0
 Spain 5 4 1 488 395 +93 9 0–1
 Greece 5 3 2 476 447 +29 8 1–0
 France 5 3 2 449 428 +21 8 0–1
 Panama 5 1 4 425 517 −92 6
 South Korea 5 0 5 414 534 −120 5
5 July
Spain  84–80  France
5 July
Brazil  104–74  South Korea
5 July
Panama  81–110  Greece
6 July
Spain  120–73  South Korea
6 July
France  84–87  Greece
7 July
Spain  87–86  Greece
7 July
Brazil  88–85 (OT)  Panama
8 July
France  93–85  Brazil
8 July
South Korea  103–111  Panama
9 July
Greece  95–115  Brazil
9 July
Spain  125–70  Panama
9 July
South Korea  84–101  France
10 July
Panama  88–91  France
10 July
Spain  72–86  Brazil
10 July
Greece  98–80  South Korea

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Soviet Union 5 5 0 565 369 +196 10
 Israel 5 3 2 435 444 −9 8
 Cuba 5 2 3 399 418 −19 7 1–1; 1.034
 Australia 5 2 3 405 430 −25 7 1–1; 1.021
 Uruguay 5 2 3 377 437 −60 7 1–1; 0.950
 Angola 5 1 4 334 417 −83 6
5 July
Australia  72–66  Cuba
5 July
Uruguay  79–84  Israel
5 July
Soviet Union  89–51  Angola
6 July
Angola  75–95  Israel
6 July
Soviet Union  129–89  Cuba
7 July
Soviet Union  114–77  Israel
7 July
Australia  74–77  Uruguay
8 July
Cuba  87–76  Uruguay
8 July
Angola  74–69  Australia
9 July
Cuba  81–53  Angola
9 July
Soviet Union  111–62  Uruguay
9 July
Israel  91–98  Australia
10 July
Uruguay  83–81 (OT)  Angola
10 July
Soviet Union  122–92  Australia
10 July
Israel  88–78  Cuba

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 United States 5 5 0 446 348 +98 10
 Italy 5 4 1 423 366 +57 9
 China 5 2 3 430 442 −12 7 1–1; 1.079
 Puerto Rico 5 2 3 383 373 +10 7 1–1; 0.988
 West Germany 5 2 3 382 397 −15 7 1–1; 0.932
 Ivory Coast 5 0 5 322 460 −138 5
5 July
Italy  98–87  China
5 July
United States  99–63  Ivory Coast
5 July
Puerto Rico  81–69  West Germany
6 July
Ivory Coast  70–88  West Germany
6 July
United States  107–81  China
7 July
United States  81–68  West Germany
7 July
Italy  78–55  Puerto Rico
8 July
China  98–84  Puerto Rico
8 July
Ivory Coast  62–98  Italy
9 July
China  84–72  Ivory Coast
9 July
West Germany  76–85  Italy
9 July
United States  73–72  Puerto Rico
10 July
Puerto Rico  91–55  Ivory Coast
10 July
West Germany  81–80  China
10 July
United States  86–64  Italy

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Yugoslavia 5 5 0 514 364 +150 10
 Canada 5 4 1 510 356 +154 9
 Argentina 5 3 2 414 395 +19 8
 Netherlands 5 2 3 422 405 +17 7
 New Zealand 5 1 4 362 476 −114 6
 Malaysia 5 0 5 313 539 −226 5
5 July
Argentina  82–75 (OT)  Netherlands
5 July
Yugoslavia  118–81  New Zealand
5 July
Canada  128–38  Malaysia
6 July
New Zealand  66–84  Netherlands
6 July
Yugoslavia  131–61  Malaysia
7 July
Canada  96–82  Argentina
7 July
Yugoslavia  95–74  Netherlands
8 July
New Zealand  74–110  Canada
8 July
Malaysia  73–93  Argentina
9 July
Yugoslavia  87–68  Argentina
9 July
Netherlands  79–96  Canada
9 July
Malaysia  75–77  New Zealand
10 July
Netherlands  110–66  Malaysia
10 July
Yugoslavia  83–80  Canada
10 July
Argentina  89–64  New Zealand

Semifinal round[edit]

Qualified for the final round
Qualified for the 5th place classification
Qualified for the 9th place classification

Group 1[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 5 5 0 546 441 +105 10
 Brazil 5 4 1 491 435 +56 9
 Spain 5 3 2 414 402 +12 8
 Israel 5 2 3 387 455 −68 7
 Cuba 5 1 4 399 460 −61 6
 Greece 5 0 5 419 463 −44 5
13 July
Brazil  99–83  Cuba
13 July
Spain  94–65  Israel
13 July
Greece  93–105  Soviet Union
14 July
Greece  66–74  Cuba
14 July
Spain  83–88  Soviet Union
14 July
Brazil  90–75  Israel
15 July
Greece  79–82  Israel
15 July
Spain  78–77  Cuba
15 July
Brazil  101–110  Soviet Union

Group 2[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 United States 5 4 1 409 344 +65 9 1–0
 Yugoslavia 5 4 1 438 375 +63 9 0–1
 Italy 5 3 2 405 431 −26 8
 Canada 5 2 3 422 412 +10 7 1–0
 Argentina 5 2 3 391 411 −20 7 0–1
 China 5 0 5 411 503 −92 5
13 July
United States  70–74  Argentina
13 July
Italy  89–86  Canada
13 July
China  82–106  Yugoslavia
14 July
Italy  76–102  Yugoslavia
14 July
United States  77–65  Canada
14 July
China  80–97  Argentina
15 July
Italy  78–70  Argentina
15 July
United States  69–60  Yugoslavia
15 July
China  81–95  Canada

9th–12th classification[edit]

 
Semifinals9th place game
 
      
 
 
 
 
 Greece 102
 
 
 
 Argentina88
 
 Greece 111
 
 
 
 China 112
 
 China 93
 
 
 Cuba78
 
11th place game
 
 
 
 
 
 Argentina 81
 
 
 Cuba85

Semifinals[edit]

18 July
Cuba  78–93  China
18 July
Argentina  88–102  Greece

11th place playoff[edit]

19 July
Cuba  85–81  Argentina

9th place playoff[edit]

20 July
China  112–111  Greece

5th–8th classification[edit]

 
Semifinals5th place game
 
      
 
 
 
 
 Spain 100
 
 
 
 Canada80
 
 Spain 87
 
 
 
 Italy69
 
 Italy 100
 
 
 Israel78
 
7th place game
 
 
 
 
 
 Canada84
 
 
 Israel97

Semifinals[edit]

17 July
Spain  100–80  Canada
18 July
Italy  100–78  Israel

7th place playoff[edit]

19 July
Canada  84–97  Israel

5th place playoff[edit]

20 July
Spain  87–69  Italy

Final round[edit]

 
SemifinalsGold medal game
 
      
 
 
 
 
 United States 96
 
 
 
 Brazil80
 
 United States 87
 
 
 
 Soviet Union85
 
 Soviet Union 91
 
 
 Yugoslavia (OT)90
 
Bronze medal game
 
 
 
 
 
 Brazil91
 
 
 Yugoslavia117

Semifinals[edit]

17 July
Soviet Union  91–90 (OT)  Yugoslavia
17 July
United States  96–80  Brazil

3rd place playoff[edit]

19 July
Yugoslavia  117–91  Brazil

Final[edit]

20 July
Soviet Union  85–87  United States

Final ranking[edit]

  • Teams that were eliminated in the preliminary round were all tied for 13th place, regardless of their win-loss records.
  • The Philippines, despite being the Asian Champions with a complete and strong line-up, withdrew from the competition due to the People Power Revolution going on in their country.

All-Tournament Team[edit]

Top scorers (ppg)[edit]

  1. Nikos Galis (Greece) 33.7
  2. Oscar Schmidt (Brazil) 28,1
  3. Choong-Hee Chung Hee (South Korea) 27.8
  4. Dražen Petrović (Yugoslavia) 25.2
  5. Kim Kim (South Korea) 19,4
  6. Juan Antonio San Epifanio (Spain) 19,3
  7. Antonello Riva (Italy) 19,2
  8. Tan Kim Chin (Malaysia) 19,2
  9. Mario Butler (Panama) 19
  10. Marcel de Souza Ponickwar (Brazil) 18

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Palacio de Deportes – Madrid
  2. ^ Lim, Leon (1 May 1986). "Close watch on cagers - World Cup selection based on performances in tournament". New Strait Times. Retrieved 29 December 2015. Malaysia's inclusion in the tournament (1986 FIBA World Championship) came after Philippines opted out of the tournament owing to "lack of funds".