1989 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship

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1989 EuroBasket Under-16
10th FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Spain
Dates 19–26 August 1989
Teams 12 (from 1 federations)
Champions  Greece (1st title)
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The 1989 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship (known at that time as 1989 European Championship for Cadets) was the 10th edition of the FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship. The cities of Guadalajara, Tarancón and Cuenca, in Spain, hosted the tournament. Greece won the trophy for the first time.

Teams[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

The twelve teams were allocated in two groups of six teams each.

     Team advanced to Semifinals
     Team competed in 5th-8th playoffs
     Team competed in 9th-12th playoffs

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Pts
 Greece 5 5 0 425 380 10
 Yugoslavia 5 4 1 417 343 9
 Spain 5 3 2 409 349 8
 France 5 2 3 366 364 7
 Belgium 5 1 4 348 422 6
 Bulgaria 5 0 5 344 451 5

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Pts
 Italy 5 5 0 441 344 10
 Turkey 5 3 2 379 354 8
 Soviet Union 5 3 2 413 369 8
 Israel 5 2 3 382 385 7
 Poland 5 1 4 335 429 6
 West Germany 5 1 4 310 379 6

Knockout stage[edit]

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Ninth place
  Belgium  71  
  West Germany  81  
 
      West Germany  101
    Bulgaria  80
Eleventh place
  Poland  76   Belgium  63
  Bulgaria  99     Poland  84

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Fifth place
  Soviet Union  89  
  France  73  
 
      Soviet Union  90
    Spain  84
Seventh place
  Spain  95   France  91
  Israel  80     Israel  95

Championship[edit]

Semifinals Final
  Greece  64  
  Turkey  61  
 
      Greece  81
    Yugoslavia  79
Third place
  Yugoslavia  82   Turkey  59
  Italy  69     Italy  63


 1989 FIBA Europe U-16 Championship 

Greece
First title

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Greece
Silver medal icon.svg  Yugoslavia
Bronze medal icon.svg  Italy
4th  Turkey
5th  Soviet Union
6th  Spain
7th  Israel
8th  France
9th  West Germany
10th  Bulgaria
11th  Poland
12th  Belgium

References[edit]