2010 South American Basketball Championship

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2010 South American Basketball Championship
44th South American Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Colombia
Dates 26 – July 31
Teams (from 10 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Brazil (18th title)
MVP Brazil Murilo Becker[1]
Official website
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The 2010 South American Basketball Championship was the 44th edition of the South American Basketball Championship. Eight teams featured the competition, held in Neiva, Colombia from 26 to July 31 in the Coliseo Álvaro Sánchez Silva. Argentina was the defending champion, but lost in the final to Brazil. The first three places qualified for the basketball tournament at the 2011 Pan American Games and to the 2011 FIBA Americas Championship, the latter of which doubled as the FIBA Americas qualifier for the 2012 Olympics. Because Argentina, which automatically qualified for the FIBA Americas Championship as host, finished in an automatic qualifying spot, the fourth-place team was also invited to that competition. The fifth-place team did not initially qualify for that competition, but was later invited once the United States withdrew from that event because it had qualified for the Olympics by winning the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the semifinals
Team will compete in Classification Round

Group A[edit]

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
 Brazil 6 3 3 0 251 198 +53
 Uruguay 5 3 2 1 204 214 −10
 Paraguay 4 3 1 2 218 231 −13
 Chile 3 3 0 3 190 220 −30
July 26
15:00
Uruguay  66–61  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 14–12, 20–19, 17–17
Pts: Aguiar 20
Rebs: Batista 16
Asts: Aguiar 7
Pts: Araujo 29
Rebs: Araujo 14
Asts: Martínez 8

July 26
17:00
Brazil  69–54  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 24–15, 8–12, 19–12, 18–15
Pts: Becker 20
Rebs: Becker 11
Asts: dos Santos 7
Pts: Espinoza, Arteaga and Carrasco 12 each
Rebs: Valencia 8
Asts: Carrasco and Briones 3 each

July 27
15:00
Chile  72–76  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 15–26, 23–24, 18–9
Pts: Briones 20
Rebs: Carrasco 8
Asts: Carrasco 6
Pts: Zanotti 16
Rebs: Martínez and Zanotti 8 each
Asts: Martínez 7

July 27
19:00
Brazil  89–63  Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 29–16, 15–18, 20–12, 25–17
Pts: Tavernari 15
Rebs: Becker 8
Asts: Chiantia 10
Pts: Espinoza, Arteaga and Carrasco 12 each
Rebs: Valencia 8
Asts: Carrasco and Briones 3 each

July 28
17:00
Brazil  93–81  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 24–23, 25–16, 26–23, 18–19
Pts: Becker 20
Rebs: Becker 9
Asts: dos Santos 8
Pts: Martínez 18
Rebs: Araujo 14
Asts: Martínez, Zanotti and Araujo 3

July 28
19:00
Chile  64–75  Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 17–11, 15–26, 14–22
Pts: Briones 19
Rebs: Briones 8
Asts: Carrasco 8
Pts: Martínez 23
Rebs: Batista 9
Asts: Osimani 6

Group B[edit]

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
 Argentina 5 3 2 1 249 181 +68
 Venezuela 5 3 2 1 251 198 +53
 Colombia 5 3 2 1 241 199 +42
 Ecuador 3 3 0 3 132 305 −173
July 26
19:00
Venezuela  75–72  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 21–14, 21–15, 15–24
Pts: Romero 14
Rebs: Sucre 12
Asts: Romero 5
Pts: Gutiérrez 17
Rebs: Sandes 14
Asts: Schattmann and Mainoldi 4 each

July 26
21:00
Colombia  94–46  Ecuador
Scoring by quarter: 26–4, 20–11, 22–14, 26–17
Pts: Ortiz 28
Rebs: Hernández 18
Asts: Moreno 4
Pts: Díaz 11
Rebs: Pauta 12
Asts: Pérez 4

July 27
17:00
Argentina  107–43  Ecuador
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 29–8, 27–15, 32–8
Pts: Schattmann 19
Rebs: Aguerre and Vega 10 each
Asts: Schattmann and Fernández 9 each
Pts: Díaz 11
Rebs: Gordón 5
Asts: Pérez 2

July 27
21:00
Colombia  84–83 (OT)  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 19–29, 19–12, 24–21, 14–14, Overtime: 8–7
Pts: Ortiz 27
Rebs: Aragón 7
Asts: Moreno 5
Pts: Bethelmy 17
Rebs: Bethelmy and Sucre 11 each
Asts: Bethelmy 5

July 28
15:00
Venezuela  104–43  Ecuador
Scoring by quarter: 25–5, 26–10, 24–14, 29–14
Pts: Vargas 17
Rebs: Herrera 8
Asts: Cubillán and Guevara 5 each
Pts: Caicedo 13
Rebs: Caicedo 7
Asts: Gordón 3

July 28
21:00
Colombia  63–70  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 11–19, 19–23, 18–15
Pts: Ortiz 23
Rebs: Hernández 7
Asts: Moreno 5
Pts: Mainoldi 17
Rebs: Gutiérrez and González 11 each
Asts: Cequeira 9

Knockout round[edit]

Championship[edit]

Semi-finals Final
July 30 – Neiva
  Brazil  79  
  Venezuela  67  
 
July 31 – Neiva
      Brazil  87
    Argentina  77
Third place
July 30 – Neiva July 31 – Neiva
  Uruguay  73   Venezuela  70
  Argentina  79     Uruguay  76

Semifinals[edit]

July 30
19:00
Uruguay  73–79  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 13–18, 18–16, 23–24
Pts: Aguiar 24
Rebs: Izaguirre 8
Asts: Martínez and Osimani 2 each
Pts: Cequeira and Mainoldi 17 each
Rebs: Mainoldi 7
Asts: Cantero 8
July 30
21:00
Brazil  79–67  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 18–20, 16–15, 23–15, 22–17
Pts: Becker 25
Rebs: Becker 7
Asts: dos Santos 8
Pts: Pérez 22
Rebs: Sucre 8
Asts: Centeno 4

Bronze medal game[edit]

July 31
19:00
Venezuela  70–76  Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 17–24, 21–8, 19–18, 13–26
Pts: Sucre 21
Rebs: Sucre 10
Asts: Centeno 3
Pts: Aguiar 21
Rebs: Batista 11
Asts: Osimani 6

Final[edit]

July 31
21:00
Brazil  87–77  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 21–13, 22–21, 25–25
Pts: Becker 30
Rebs: Becker 10
Asts: dos Santos, Machado and Chiantia 5 each
Pts: Cantero 25
Rebs: Sandes, Cequeira and Mainoldi 4 each
Asts: Schattman 5

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
July 30 – Neiva
  Ecuador  45  
  Paraguay  89  
 
July 31 – Neiva
      Paraguay  86
    Colombia  66
Seventh place
July 30 – Neiva July 31 – Neiva
  Colombia  78   Ecuador  70
  Chile  71     Chile  88

5th–8th semifinals[edit]

July 30
15:00
Ecuador  45–89  Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 8–23, 11–23, 7–22
Pts: Díaz 11
Rebs: Mina 16
Asts: Gordón 4
Pts: Zanotti, Torres and Fabio 19 each
Rebs: Fabio 13
Asts: Zanotti 6
July 30
17:00
Colombia  78–71  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 21–19, 17–19, 20–19
Pts: Ortiz 22
Rebs: Guevara 9
Asts: Moreno 5
Pts: Briones 17
Rebs: Prutzmann 9
Asts: Espinoza 4

7th place playoff[edit]

July 31
15:00
Ecuador  70–88  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 14–22, 15–20, 15–29, 26–17
Pts: Díaz 30
Rebs: Caicedo 7
Asts: Gordón and Soto 3 each
Pts: Arteaga 18
Rebs: Velásquez and Briones 8 each
Asts: Velásquez 7

5th place playoff[edit]

July 31
17:00
Paraguay  86–66  Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 26–19, 30–13, 18–19, 12–15
Pts: Araujo 20
Rebs: Fabio 11
Asts: Martínez 8
Pts: Aragón 20
Rebs: Aragón and Hernández 6 each
Asts: Ortiz 6

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  Brazil 5–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Argentina 3–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Uruguay 3–2
4th  Venezuela 2–3
5th  Paraguay 3–2
6th  Colombia 3–2
7th  Chile 1–4
8th  Ecuador 0–5

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