2005 FIBA Africa Championship

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FIBA Africa Championship 2005
23rd FIBA Africa Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Algeria
Dates August 15 - 24, 2005
Teams 12
Venues (in Algiers, Staouéli host cities)
Champions  Angola (8th title)
MVP Senegal Boniface Ndong
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Tunisia Slimane 14.8  Angola 78.8
Rebounds Gabon Lasme 10.1  Senegal 47.4
Assists Senegal Cisse 4  Angola 16
Official website
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The 2005 FIBA Africa Championship was the 23rd FIBA Africa Championship, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Algeria from August 15 to 24 2005 and took place at the Salle Omnisports La Coupole.

Angola defeated Senegal 70–61 in the final to win their eighth title.[1] and securing a spot at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Squads[edit]

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 Algeria
 Gabon
 Ivory Coast
 Mali
 Nigeria
 Tunisia

 Angola
 Central African Republic
 Morocco
 Mozambique
 South Africa
 Senegal

Preliminary round[edit]

Times given below are in UTC+1.

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the quarter-finals
Team W L PF PA Diff Pts.
 Algeria 4 1 374 337 +37 9
 Nigeria 4 1 386 328 +58 9
 Tunisia 2 3 355 357 -2 7
 Mali 2 3 382 376 +6 7
 Ivory Coast 2 3 328 375 -47 7
 Gabon 1 4 315 367 -52 6
15 August 2005
14:00
Mali  61–80  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 20-24, 20-25, 4-15, 17-16
Pts: Amara Sy 16
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Niakate 3
Pts: Slimane 27
Rebs: Slimane 8
Asts: El Amri, Ferjani 3
15 August 2005
16:30
Nigeria  87–56  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 15-13, 25-10, 23-16, 24-17
Pts: Oguchi 21
Rebs: Oyedeji 10
Asts: Badmus 5
Pts: Lebrun 15
Rebs: Amalabian 4
Asts: four players 1
15 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  80–52  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 19-6, 18-16, 18-18, 25-12
Pts: Bouziane 19
Rebs: Sayah 8
Asts: Boughedir 5
Pts: Lasme 11
Rebs: Lasme 15
Asts: Mbourounda 2

16 August 2005
16:00
Gabon  65–74  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 16-18, 10-17, 17-24, 22-15
Pts: Ndong 12
Rebs: Lasme 6
Asts: Redombina 3
Pts: Lebrun 19
Rebs: three players 7
Asts: three players 2
16 August 2005
18:30
Mali  77–83  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 18-21, 26-22, 16-21, 17-19
Pts: Niakate 23
Rebs: Cissé 7
Asts: Amara Sy 4
Pts: Awojobi 26
Rebs: Ibekwe 9
Asts: Badmus 4
16 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  84–72  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 27-16, 20-19, 18-18, 19-19
Pts: Bouziane 20
Rebs: Oukid 8
Asts: Boulaya 6
Pts: Slimane 23
Rebs: Slimane 9
Asts: Slimane, El Amri 2

18 August 2005
16:00
Mali  74–76  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 10-21, 25-19, 17-21
Pts: Diawara 16
Rebs: Diawara 14
Asts: Sylla 4
Pts: Nollet, Boussougou 17
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Boussougou 4
18 August 2005
18:30
Tunisia  65–78  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 12-29, 22-21, 14-11, 17-17
Pts: Kechrid 24
Rebs: Maalaoui 8
Asts: Kechrid 4
Pts: Awojobi 14
Rebs: Oyedeji 7
Asts: Udoka 3
18 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  71–58  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 21-18, 20-15, 17-10, 13-15
Pts: Sayah 14
Rebs: Haif, Djellali 7
Asts: Harrouni 4
Pts: Lebrun 12
Rebs: Lebrun 7
Asts: S.Konaté 5

19 August 2005
16:00
Ivory Coast  71–87  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 10-21, 21-16, 17-16, 23-24
Pts: Touali 15
Rebs: Lebrun, Yao 7
Asts: Touali 5
Pts: Diawara 24
Rebs: Amara Sy, Sani 8
Asts: Sylla 4
19 August 2005
18:30
Tunisia  73–65  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 20-11, 17-16, 21-28, 15-10
Pts: El Amri 15
Rebs: El Amri 7
Asts: Lahmar 3
Pts: Mbourounda 24
Rebs: Lasme, Bitang 8
Asts: Nollet 3
19 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  73–72  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 20-16, 21-19, 14-17, 18-20
Pts: Bouziane, Sayah 14
Rebs: Haif 7
Asts: Bouziane, Harrouni 4
Pts: Muoneke 18
Rebs: Oyedeji 9
Asts: three players 2

20 August 2005
16:00
Nigeria  66–57  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 12-17, 16-17, 26-8, 12-15
Pts: Oyedeji 22
Rebs: Ibekwe 8
Asts: Awojobi, Badmus 3
Pts: Lasme 16
Rebs: Lasme 12
Asts: Nollet 2
20 August 2005
18:30
Ivory Coast  69–65  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 18-9, 18-17, 19-13, 14-26
Pts: Touali 28
Rebs: Lebrun 7
Asts: Amalabian 3
Pts: Dhifallah 17
Rebs: Slimane 13
Asts: Ferjani 5
20 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  66–83  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 18-18, 11-25, 11-22, 26-18
Pts: Sayah 13
Rebs: Haif 6
Asts: Atamna 5
Pts: Traore 19
Rebs: Samake 7
Asts: Amara Sy 4

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the quarter-finals
Team W L PF PA Diff Pts.
 Angola 5 0 426 227 +199 9
 Senegal 4 1 343 261 +82 9
 Central African Rep. 3 2 279 291 -12 7
 Morocco 2 3 288 330 -42 7
 South Africa 1 4 292 384 -92 7
 Mozambique 0 5 258 393 -135 6
15 August 2005
10:00
South Africa  42–107  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 13-25, 11-24, 5-34, 13-24
Pts: Madonda 9
Rebs: Nthuping, Gilchrist 7
Asts: Madonda, Nthuping 2
Pts: Olímpio 20
Rebs: Kikas 11
Asts: Gerson 6
15 August 2005
12:30
Morocco  60–70  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 14-19, 14-11, 23-22, 9-18
Pts: Masbahi, Bouhelal 17
Rebs: Bakkas 10
Asts: Mouak 3
Pts: Ndong 25
Rebs: Ndong 11
Asts: Cisse, Ndoye 3
15 August 2005
14:00
Mozambique  50–65  Central African Rep.
Scoring by quarter: 5-10, 15-24, 13-13, 17-18
Pts: Cabral 11
Rebs: Mazive 8
Asts: four players 2
Pts: Koundjia 18
Rebs: Mombollet 13
Asts: Pehoua 3

16 August 2005
16:00
South Africa  65–66  Central African Rep.
Scoring by quarter: 19-17, 21-21, 13-18, 12-10
Pts: Mazibuko, Ngobeni 19
Rebs: Mazibuko 6
Asts: Engelbrecht 3
Pts: Koundjia 13
Rebs: Pehoua 9
Asts: three players 2
16 August 2005
18:30
Morocco  69–65  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 19-13, 19-18, 14-22, 17-12
Pts: Masbahi 23
Rebs: Bassim 7
Asts: Khalfi 5
Pts: Khaimane 17
Rebs: Muchate 11
Asts: Tamele 3
16 August 2005
21:00
Angola  67–59  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 20-15, 18-14, 18-19, 11-11
Pts: Lutonda 12
Rebs: Olímpio 7
Asts: Olímpio 6
Pts: Ndong 21
Rebs: Ndong 8
Asts: Cisse 4

18 August 2005
16:00
South Africa  60–67  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 18-24, 15-18, 16-12, 11-13
Pts: Molebatsi 13
Rebs: Molebatsi, Ngobeni 9
Asts: Mazibuko 4
Pts: Khalfi 18
Rebs: Mouak 7
Asts: Mouak 4
18 August 2005
18:30
Central African Rep.  46–77  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 8-14, 11-15, 10-22, 17-26
Pts: Sitchi 11
Rebs: Pehoua 6
Asts: Damachoua 4
Pts: Kikas 18
Rebs: Mingas 7
Asts: Armando 5
18 August 2005
21:00
Senegal  79–47  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 21-13, 19-11, 16-7, 23-16
Pts: Aw 14
Rebs: Wane 9
Asts: Pene 8
Pts: Khaimane 12
Rebs: Muianga 4
Asts: Muchate, Cabral 2

19 August 2005
16:00
Senegal  85–45  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 21-12, 20-21, 23-5, 21-7
Pts: Ndoye, Cisse 17
Rebs: Ndoye, Ndong 7
Asts: Ndiaye 6
Pts: Denyssen 16
Rebs: Molebatsi 6
Asts: Engelbrecht 3
19 August 2005
18:30
Angola  100–37  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 29-10, 22-7, 23-8, 26-12
Pts: Gerson 16
Rebs: Abdel 7
Asts: Armando, Muzadi 5
Pts: Mandlate 12
Rebs: Muianga 7
Asts: five players 1
19 August 2005
21:00
Central African Rep.  60–49  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 12-8, 15-10, 20-18, 13-13
Pts: Koundjia 13
Rebs: Pehoua 13
Asts: Pehoua, Gotagny 3
Pts: Bakkas 12
Rebs: Bakkas 8
Asts: three players 2

20 August 2005
16:00
Mozambique  59–80  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 18-27, 10-12, 12-20, 19-21
Pts: Khaimane 18
Rebs: Muchate 9
Asts: Khaimane, Mandlate 3
Pts: Molebatsi 17
Rebs: Molebatsi, Mazibuko 8
Asts: Engelbrecht 7
20 August 2005
18:30
Central African Rep.  42–50  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 9-13, 13-11, 9-8, 11-18
Pts: Koundjia 10
Rebs: Beyina 8
Asts: Koundjia 3
Pts: Ndoye 14
Rebs: Ndong 19
Asts: Aw 3
20 August 2005
21:00
Angola  75–43  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 17-13, 25-8, 24-12, 9-10
Pts: Olímpio 15
Rebs: Abdel 8
Asts: Olímpio, Lutonda 5
Pts: Mouak 12
Rebs: Mouak 7
Asts: Mouak 5

Knockout stage[edit]

9-12th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Ninth place
22 August 2005 - 13:30
   Ivory Coast   77  
   Mozambique   64  
 
23 August 2005 - 16:00
       Ivory Coast   65
     Gabon   85
Eleventh place
22 August 2005 - 16:00 23 August 2005 - 13:30
   South Africa   71    Mozambique   74
   Gabon   79      South Africa   56

9-12th place[edit]

22 August 2005
13:30
Ivory Coast  77–64  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 16-21, 17-12, 23-16, 21-15
Pts: Dioum 18
Rebs: Touali 12
Asts: Yao 6
Pts: Muchate 15
Rebs: Mandlate 7
Asts: Mandlate 4
22 August 2005
16:00
South Africa  71–79  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 18-11, 18-17, 13-20, 22-31
Pts: Ngobeni 15
Rebs: Ngobeni 13
Asts: Engelbrecht 4
Pts: M.Ndong 16
Rebs: Lasme 11
Asts: Nollet 7

11th place match[edit]

23 August 2005
13:30
Mozambique  74–56  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 27-5, 15-16, 18-14, 14-21
Pts: Octávio Magoliço 26
Rebs: Muchate 10
Asts: Mandlate, Letela 4
Pts: Molebatsi 25
Rebs: Molebatsi 11
Asts: Mazibuko 3

9th place match[edit]

23 August 2005
16:00
Ivory Coast  65–85  Gabon
Scoring by quarter: 13-17, 8-16, 15-23, 29-29
Pts: Amalabian 19
Rebs: Touali 12
Asts: Touali 5
Pts: Lasme 24
Rebs: Lasme 16
Asts: R.Ndong 3

5-8th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
23 August 2005 - 13:30
   Morocco   83  
   Tunisia   72  
 
24 August 2005 - 16:00
       Morocco   60
     Central African Rep.   86
Seventh place
23 August 2005 - 16:00 24 August 2005 - 13:30
   Mali   64    Tunisia   89
   Central African Rep.   68      Mali   100

5-8th place[edit]

23 August 2005
13:30
Morocco  83–72  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 19-17, 24-20, 20-16, 20-19
Pts: Khalfi 25
Rebs: Bouhelal, Mouak 8
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Slimane 23
Rebs: Slimane 12
Asts: Ouellani 4
23 August 2005
16:00
Mali  64–68  Central African Rep.
Scoring by quarter: 13-21, 14-11, 17-14, 20-22
Pts: Cissé 13
Rebs: Cissé 11
Asts: Niakate, Sylla 4
Pts: Koundjia 20
Rebs: Koundjia, Mombollet 8
Asts: Mombollet 3

7th place match[edit]

24 August 2005
13:30
Tunisia  89–100  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 21-24, 11-28, 30-25, 27-23
Pts: Khenfir 22
Rebs: Bouslama 6
Asts: Bouslama 5
Pts: Niakate 19
Rebs: Diakité 11
Asts: Niakate, Diakité 3

5th place match[edit]

24 August 2005
16:00
Morocco  60–86  Central African Rep.
Scoring by quarter: 17-19, 18-12, 13-26, 12-29
Pts: three players 10
Rebs: Bouhelal 7
Asts: Masbahi 3
Pts: Gotagny 18
Rebs: Mombollet 11
Asts: Koundjia 3

Championship bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
22 August 2005 - 18:30        
  Mali  50
23 August 2005 - 18:30
  Angola  67  
  Angola  67
22 August 2005 - 13:30
    Nigeria  62  
  Central African Rep.  51
24 August 2005 - 18:30
  Nigeria  63  
  Senegal  61
22 August 2005 - 16:00
    Angola  70
  Tunisia  67
23 August 2005 - 21:00
  Senegal  72  
  Algeria  48 Third place
22 August 2005 - 21:00
    Senegal  80  
  Morocco  66   Algeria  76
  Algeria  81     Nigeria  88
24 August 2005 - 21:00

Quarterfinals[edit]

22 August 2005
21:00
Morocco  66–81  Algeria
Scoring by quarter: 15-11, 18-25, 18-25, 15-20
Pts: Khalfi 17
Rebs: Bouhelal 8
Asts: Mouak 3
Pts: Canon 31
Rebs: Oukid 9
Asts: Atamna 4
22 August 2005
18:30
Mali  50–67  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 14-15, 6-19, 7-21, 23-12
Pts: Diawara 10
Rebs: Diawara 5
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Mingas 13
Rebs: Kikas 7
Asts: three players 2
22 August 2005
13:30
Central African Rep.  51–63  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 10-22, 11-10, 11-17, 19-14
Pts: Gotagny 14
Rebs: Gotagny, Mombollet 6
Asts: Beyina 2
Pts: Udoka 17
Rebs: Udoka 9
Asts: Ogwudire 5
22 August 2005
16:00
Tunisia  67–72  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 15-21, 13-20, 15-12, 24-19
Pts: Dhifallah 19
Rebs: Dhifallah 7
Asts: Ferjani 2
Pts: B.Ndong 19
Rebs: B.Ndong 12
Asts: Cisse 9

Semifinals[edit]

23 August 2005
18:30
Angola  67–62  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 13-11, 18-16, 21-18, 15-17
Pts: Lutonda 17
Rebs: Abdel 8
Asts: C.Almeida 6
Pts: Udoka 23
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Ogwudire 2
23 August 2005
21:00
Algeria  48–80  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 12-25, 10-12, 9-23, 17-20
Pts: Boulaya 12
Rebs: Oukid, Benramdane 6
Asts: three players 2
Pts: B.Ndong 25
Rebs: B.Ndong, Badiane 9
Asts: Cisse 4

Bronze medal match[edit]

24 August 2005
18:30
Algeria  76–88  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 19-18, 15-27, 21-25, 21-18
Pts: Oukid 23
Rebs: Oukid 13
Asts: Boulaya 7
Pts: Udoka 24
Rebs: Oyedeji 9
Asts: Udoka 7

Final[edit]

24 August 2005
21:00
Senegal  61–70  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 11-19, 17-15, 13-24, 20-12
Pts: Cisse 18
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Cisse 4
Pts: Olímpio 22
Rebs: Armando 8
Asts: Armando 5

Final standings[edit]

Qualified for the 2006 World Championship
Rank Team Record
Gold medal africa.svg  Angola 8–0
Silver medal africa.svg  Senegal 6–2
Bronze medal africa.svg  Nigeria 6–2
4  Algeria 5–3
5  Central African Rep. 5–3
6  Morocco 3–5
7  Mali 3–5
8  Tunisia 2–6
9  Gabon 3–4
10  Ivory Coast 3–4
11  Mozambique 1–6
12  South Africa 1–6
1st
2nd
3rd
 Angola
Abdel Bouckar
Ângelo Victoriano
Armando Costa
Carlos Almeida
Carlos Morais
Eduardo Mingas
Joaquim Gomes
Miguel Lutonda
Mílton Barros
Olímpio Cipriano
Vladimir Ricardino
Victor Muzadi
Coach: Mário Palma
 Senegal
Alpha Traore
Babacar Cisse
Boniface Ndong
El Kabir Pene
Issa Konare
Jules Aw
Makhtar Ndiaye
Maleye Ndoye
Malick Badiane
Sidy Faye
Souleymane Camara
Souleymane Wane
Coach: Abdourahmane Ndiaye
 Nigeria
Abe Badmus
Abdulrahman Mohammed
Chamberlain Oguchi
Ekene Ibekwe
Gabe Muoneke
Ime Udoka
Jeff Varem
Julius Nwosu
Kingsley Ogwudire
Ndubuisi Eze
Olumide Oyedeji
Tunji Awojobi
Coach: Scott Nnaji

Awards[edit]

 2005 FIBA Africa Championship Winners 

Angola
Eighth title
Most Valuable Player
Senegal Boniface Ndong

All-Tournament Team[edit]

Statistical Leaders[edit]

Individual Tournament Highs[edit]

Individual Game Highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points Algeria Djillali Canon 31  Morocco
Rebounds Senegal Boniface Ndong 19  Central African Rep.
Assists Senegal Babacar Cisse 9  Tunisia
Steals Morocco Mustapha Khalfi 7  South Africa
Blocks Gabon Yann Lasme 8  South Africa
2-point field goal percentage Mali Sambou Traore 100% (7/7)  Algeria
3-point field goal percentage Gabon Serbe Nollet 100% (4/4)  Ivory Coast
Free throw percentage Tunisia Radhouane Slimane 100% (8/8)  Morocco
Turnovers Mozambique Custódio Muchate 10  South Africa

Team Tournament Highs[edit]

Team Game highs[edit]

Department Name Total Opponent
Points  Angola 107  South Africa
Rebounds  Central African Republic 57  Mozambique
Assists  Angola 24  Mozambique
Steals  Morocco 17  Tunisia
Blocks  Gabon 11  South Africa
2-point field goal percentage  Angola 83.8% (31/37)  Mozambique
3-point field goal percentage  Gabon
 Nigeria
50% (11/22)  Ivory Coast
Free throw percentage  South Africa 89.5% (17/19)  Central African Rep.
Turnovers  Nigeria 36  Gabon

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "African Basketball Championships". BBC News. 2005-08-24. Retrieved 2014-01-12.