2004 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship

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2004 EuroBasket Under-20
7th FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Czech Republic
Dates July 23 – August 1
Teams 12 (from 48 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Slovenia (2nd title)
MVP Slovenia Erazem Lorbek
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Greece Vasileiadis (25.5)  Russia (82.5)
Rebounds Lithuania Jankūnas (12.1)  Lithuania (39.1)
Assists Spain Sada (4.7)  Czech Republic (13.5)
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The 2004 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship was the seventh edition of the FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship. The city of Brno, in the Czech Republic, hosted the tournament. Slovenia won their second title.

Teams[edit]

Squads[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Twenty-five national teams entered the qualifying round. They were allocated in five groups. The first two teams from groups A, B, C, D and the first three teams from group E qualified for the tournament, where they joined Czech Republic (qualified as hosts).[1]

Preliminary round[edit]

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

     Team advanced to Quarterfinals
     Team competed in 9th-12th playoffs

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Pts
 Russia 5 4 1 412 374 9
 Israel 5 3 2 404 407 8
 Czech Republic 5 2 3 353 379 7
 Latvia 5 2 3 361 372 7
 Spain 5 2 3 388 378 7
 Croatia 5 2 3 384 392 7
23 July 2004
Latvia  68–72  Israel Brno
Russia  89–72  Czech Republic Brno
Spain  82–75  Croatia Brno
24 July 2004
Israel  83–90  Russia Brno
Croatia  69–76  Latvia Brno
Czech Republic  69–65  Spain Brno
25 July 2004
Russia  78–73  Latvia Brno
Spain  77–86  Israel Brno
Czech Republic  64–82  Croatia Brno
27 July 2004
Croatia  54–86  Russia Brno
Latvia  79–72  Spain Brno
Israel  78–68  Czech Republic Brno
28 July 2004
Spain  92–69  Russia Brno
Czech Republic  80–65  Latvia Brno
Israel  84–104  Croatia Brno

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Pts
 Greece 5 4 1 429 380 9
 Lithuania 5 4 1 454 427 9
 Serbia and Montenegro 5 4 1 377 349 9
 Slovenia 5 2 3 389 398 7
 Ukraine 5 1 4 377 404 6
 Belarus 5 0 5 331 399 5
23 July 2004
Lithuania  81–47  Belarus Brno
Ukraine  62–90  Serbia and Montenegro Brno
Greece  91–84  Slovenia Brno
24 July 2004
Slovenia  100–82  Ukraine Brno
Belarus  60–81  Greece Brno
Serbia and Montenegro  80–72  Lithuania Brno
25 July 2004
Belarus  55–84  Slovenia Brno
Lithuania  93–78  Ukraine Brno
Greece  72–59  Serbia and Montenegro Brno
27 July 2004
Serbia and Montenegro  76–62  Belarus Brno
Slovenia  65–69  Lithuania Brno
Ukraine  82–91  Greece Brno
28 July 2004
Serbia and Montenegro  76–47  Slovenia Brno
Greece  67–73  Lithuania Brno
Belarus  67–73  Ukraine Brno

Knockout stage[edit]

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Ninth place
July 30, Brno
  Spain  59  
  Belarus  84  
 
July 31, Brno
      Belarus  80
    Ukraine  76
Eleventh place
July 30, Brno July 31, Brno
  Ukraine  67   Spain  78
  Croatia  65     Croatia  71

Championship[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                   
July 30, Brno        
  Russia  67
July 31, Brno
  Slovenia  74  
  Slovenia  97
July 30, Brno
    Lithuania  57  
  Lithuania  99
August 1, Brno
  Czech Republic  72  
  Slovenia  66
July 30, Brno
    Israel  61
  Serbia and Montenegro  82
July 31, Brno
  Israel  83  
  Israel  88 Third place
July 30, Brno
    Greece  82  
  Greece  87   Lithuania  92
  Latvia  66     Greece  63
August 1, Brno

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Playoffs Fifth place
July 31, Brno
  Russia  95  
  Czech Republic  62  
 
August 1, Brno
      Russia  86
    Serbia and Montenegro  101
Seventh place
July 31, Brno August 1, Brno
  Latvia  71   Czech Republic  79
  Serbia and Montenegro  74     Latvia  100


 2004 FIBA Europe U-20 Championship 

Slovenia
Second title

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Slovenia
Silver medal icon.svg  Israel
Bronze medal icon.svg  Lithuania
4th  Greece
5th  Serbia and Montenegro
6th  Russia
7th  Latvia
8th  Czech Republic
9th  Belarus
10th  Ukraine
11th  Spain
12th  Croatia

Stats Leaders[edit]

All-Tournament Team[edit]

References[edit]