2014 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship

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2014 EuroBasket Under-20
17th FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship
Eurobasket 2014 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation Greece Greece
Dates 8 – 20 July 2014
Teams 20
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Turkey (1st title)
MVP Turkey Cedi Osman
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Bulgaria Vezenkov (19.3)
Rebounds Bulgaria Vezenkov (11.2)
Assists Slovenia Rebec (9.0)
Official website
Official website (archive)
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The 2014 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship was the 17th edition of the FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship. The competition was played in Crete, Greece, from 8 to 20 July 2014. The winners were Turkey who last year didn't make the top 3 teams. To win the title they beat Spain with a score of 65-57. It was their first ever title win. The runners-up were Spain and third place were Serbia. Defending champions from 2013, Italy, came in at tenth place, their worst result since 2010.

Participating teams[edit]

First round[edit]

The first-round groups draw took place on 1 December 2013 in Freising, Germany.[1] In this round, the twenty teams were allocated in four groups of five teams each. The top three teams advanced to the Second Round. The last two teams of each group played in the Classification Games.[2]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Lithuania 4 4 0 304 243 +61 8 Advance to second round
2  Great Britain 4 2 2 250 262 −12 6[a]
3  Greece 4 2 2 277 284 −7 6[a]
4  Latvia 4 1 3 266 284 −18 5[b] Classification Group G
5  Hungary 4 1 3 247 271 −24 5[b] Classification Group H
Source: u20men.fibaeurope.com
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Great Britain-Greece 69-66
  2. ^ a b Latvia-Hungary 84-67

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Serbia 4 4 0 294 239 +55 8 Advance to second round
2  Slovenia 4 2 2 262 257 +5 6[a]
3  Spain 4 2 2 257 253 +4 6[b]
4  Germany 4 2 2 266 248 +18 6[c] Classification Group H
5  Sweden 4 0 4 213 295 −82 4 Classification Group G
Source: u20men.fibaeurope.com
Notes:
  1. ^ Slovenia 3pts/131:126 (+5) :: Spain-Slovenia 63-71, Germany-Slovenia 63-60
  2. ^ Spain 3pts/128:124 (+4) :: Germany-Spain 53-65, Spain-Slovenia 63-71
  3. ^ Germany 3pts/116:125 (-9) :: Germany-Spain 53-65, Germany-Slovenia 63-60

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Turkey 4 4 0 327 279 +48 8 Advance to second round
2  Croatia 4 3 1 290 245 +45 7
3  Italy 4 2 2 305 314 −9 6
4  Montenegro 4 1 3 313 316 −3 5 Classification Group G
5  Czech Republic 4 0 4 240 321 −81 4 Classification Group H

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  France 4 3 1 284 265 +19 7[a] Advance to second round
2  Israel 4 3 1 277 248 +29 7[a]
3  Poland 4 2 2 269 290 −21 6[b]
4  Russia 4 2 2 270 262 +8 6[b] Classification Group H
5  Bulgaria 4 0 4 286 321 −35 4 Classification Group G
Source: u20men.fibaeurope.com
Notes:
  1. ^ a b France-Israel 75-63
  2. ^ a b Russia-Poland 71-75

Second round[edit]

Group E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Serbia 5 4 1 359 303 +56 9 Advance to Quarterfinals
2  Spain 5 3 2 325 320 +5 8[a]
3  Lithuania 5 3 2 333 338 −5 8[b]
4  Greece 5 3 2 343 338 +5 8[c]
5  Slovenia 5 2 3 336 335 +1 7 9th – 12th place playoffs
6  Great Britain 5 1 4 310 372 −62 6
Source: u20men.fibaeurope.com
Notes:
  1. ^ Spain 4pts/125:120 (+5) :: Spain-Lithuania 65-62, Spain-Greece 60-58
  2. ^ Lithuania 3pts/135:130 (+5) :: Greece-Lithuania 65-73, Spain-Lithuania 65-62
  3. ^ Greece 2pts/123:133 (-10) :: Greece-Lithuania 65-73, Spain-Greece 60-58

Group F[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Croatia 5 4 1 364 324 +40 9[a] Advance to Quarterfinals
2  Turkey 5 4 1 362 317 +45 9[b]
3  France 5 4 1 331 315 +16 9[c]
4  Israel 5 2 3 358 350 +8 7
5  Italy 5 1 4 326 367 −41 6 9th – 12th place playoffs
6  Poland 5 0 5 268 336 −68 5
Source: u20men.fibaeurope.com
Notes:
  1. ^ Croatia 3pts/129:125 (+4) :: Turkey-Croatia 70-66, Croatia-France 63-55
  2. ^ Turkey 3pts/134:134 (0) :: Turkey-Croatia 70-66, France-Turkey 68-64
  3. ^ France 3pts/123:127 (-4) :: Croatia-France 63-55, France-Turkey 68-64

Classification groups for 13th – 20th places[edit]

Group G[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Latvia 3 2 1 203 187 +16 5
 Bulgaria 3 2 1 223 207 +16 5
 Sweden 3 1 2 186 200 −14 4
 Montenegro 3 1 2 188 206 −18 4

Group H[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Russia 3 2 1 204 174 +30 5
 Germany 3 2 1 199 165 +34 5
 Hungary 3 2 1 185 185 0 5
 Czech Republic 3 0 3 163 227 −64 3

Classification playoffs for 9th – 20th place[edit]

Classification games for 17th – 20th place[edit]


18 July 2014
12:30
Sweden  58–81  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 27-18, 14-23, 9-23, 8-17
Heraklion Indoor Sports Arena, Heraklion (GRE)
Referees: Doru Vinasi (ROU), Moritz Reiter (GER), Boris Gabara (SVK)
18 July 2014
12:30
Hungary  59–70  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 14-23, 18-12, 13-16, 14-19
Heraklion University Sports Hall, Heraklion (GRE)
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Sergiy Zashchuk (UKR), Doru Vinasi (ROU)

Classification games for 13th – 16th place[edit]


18 July 2014
14:45
Latvia  62–67  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 17-15, 14-15, 8-17, 23-20
Pts: Rolands Šmits 14
Rebs: Ilja Gromovs 12
Asts: 3 players tied with 3
Pts: Ismet Akpinar 15
Rebs: Johannes Thiemann 12
Asts: Malik Müller 3, Ismet Akpinar 3
Heraklion University Sports Hall, Heraklion (GRE)
Referees: Igor Dragojević (MNE), Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Torkild Rodsand (NOR)
18 July 2014
17:00
Russia  67–63  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 14-13, 20-21, 15-17, 18-12
Pts: Stanislav Ilnitskiy 17
Rebs: Stanislav Ilnitskiy 9
Asts: Serdar Annaev 6
Pts: Nikolay Stoyanov 17
Rebs: Sasha Vezenkov 11
Asts: Nikolay Marinov 4
Heraklion University Sports Hall, Heraklion (GRE)
Referees: Paolo Taurino (ITA), Boris Gabara (SVK), Omar Bermudez Mariscal (MEX)

Classification games for 9th – 12th place[edit]


18 July 2014
19:15
Slovenia  60–79  Poland
18 July 2014
21:30
Italy  76–67  Great Britain

Championship playoffs[edit]

  5th place match 5th – 8th place play-offs Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                               
    E1  Serbia 90  
    F4  Israel 86  
  F4  Israel 75       E1  Serbia 53  
  E3  Lithuania 81       F2  Turkey 66  
  F2  Turkey 79
    E3  Lithuania 65  
  E3  Lithuania 77       F2  Turkey 65
  E4  Greece 73       E2  Spain 57
    F1  Croatia 82  
      E4  Greece 68  
E4  Greece 81       F1  Croatia 61
  7th place match     F3  France 72       E2  Spain 63     3rd place match
  F4  Israel 68   E2  Spain 50   E1  Serbia 79
  F3  France 55     F3  France 46     F1  Croatia 66

Quarterfinals[edit]

18 July 2014
14:45
Turkey  79–65  Lithuania
18 July 2014
17:00
Serbia  90–86  Israel

18 July 2014
19:15
Spain  50–46  France
18 July 2014
21:30
Croatia  82–68  Greece

5th – 8th place playoffs[edit]


19 July 2014
14:45
Israel  75–81  Lithuania
19 July 2014
17:00
Greece  81–72  France

Semifinals[edit]


19 July 2014
19:15
Serbia  53–66  Turkey
19 July 2014
21:30
Croatia  61–63  Spain

Final classification games[edit]

Match for 19th place[edit]

19 July 2014
14:45
Sweden  58–54  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 8-16, 12-13, 15-11, 23-14

Match for 17th place[edit]

20 July 2014
17:00
Czech Republic  83–55  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 20-11, 17-16, 22-13, 24-15

Match for 15th place[edit]

19 July 2014
19:15
Latvia  72–74  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 12-14, 24-14, 16-22, 20-24

Match for 13th place[edit]

19 July 2014
17:00
Germany  47–52  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 11-21, 12-12, 11-11, 13-8

Match for 11th place[edit]

20 July 2014
12:30
Slovenia  82–85  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 18-32, 20-18, 18-15, 26-20

Match for 9th place[edit]

20 July 2014
14:45
Poland  79–75  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 23-17, 21-18, 15-20, 20-20

Match for 7th place[edit]

20 July 2014
14:45
Israel  68–55  France
Scoring by quarter: 13-12, 17-15, 23-13, 15-15

Match for 5th place[edit]

20 July 2014
17:00
Lithuania  77–73  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 28-18, 18-14, 15-24, 16-17

Bronze medal match[edit]

20 July 2014
19:15
Serbia  79–66  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 17-18, 22-18, 22-12, 18-18

Final[edit]

20 July 2014
21:30
Turkey  65–57  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 14-18, 21-10, 13-18, 17-11
Pts: Osman (20)
Rebs: Özmızrak (8)
Asts: Birsen (4)
Pts: Paulí (17)
Rebs: Hernangómez (8), Saiz (8)
Asts: Díaz (5)

Final standings[edit]

Team relegated to 2015 Euro U-20 Division B

Awards[edit]

Most Valuable Player
Turkey Cedi Osman

All-Tournament Team[edit]

References[edit]