2017 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship

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34th FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship
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Tournament details
Host nation  Slovakia
Dates 29 July – 6 August 2017
Teams 16
Venues 2 (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Serbia
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The 2017 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship was the 34rd edition of the FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship. The competition took place in Bratislava and Piešťany, Slovakia, from 29 July to 6 August 2017.[1][2][3]

Venues[edit]

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Bratislava Piešťany
Hant Arena Diplomat Arena
Capacity: 4.500 Capacity: 900

Participating teams[edit]

First round[edit]

The draw was held on January 26, 2017 in Munich.[4] In this round, the 16 teams are allocated in four groups of four teams each. All teams advance to the Second Round of 16.

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Turkey 3 3 0 245 212 +33 6
2  Russia 3 1 2 225 230 −5 4
3  Montenegro 3 1 2 226 239 −13 4
4  Germany 3 1 2 203 218 −15 4
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
29 July 2017
16:45
 Germany 61–70  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 14–7, 14–13, 14–24
Pts: J. Mattisseck 11
Rebs: M. Hollersbacher 10
Asts: N. Hassfurther 3
Pts: Y. Saybir 17
Rebs: R. Atar 10
Asts: M. Akay 3
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik
France Nicolas Maestre
29 July 2017
19:00
 Russia 81–71  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 24–18, 21–16, 22–21, 14–16
Pts: A. Ershov 15
Rebs: D. Khaldeev 9
Asts: D. Kasatkin 3
Pts: M. Simonovic 27
Rebs: M. Simonovi 9
Asts: P. Titic 5
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Albania Gentian Cici
Lithuania Gintaras Vinkauskas
30 July 2017
14:30
 Turkey 90–77  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 21–24, 23–18, 21–24, 25–11
Pts: M. Mustafa 17
Rebs: M. Mustafa 11
Asts: S. Hazer 3
Pts: A. Shashkov 13
Rebs: D. Khaldeev 9
Asts: A. Khomenko 6
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic
30 July 2017
21:15
 Montenegro 81–73  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 13–11, 26–22, 12–24, 30–16
Pts: P. Titic 16
Rebs: A. Slavkovic 8
Asts: P. Titic 8
Pts: B. Buck 17
Rebs: B. Buck 6
Asts: J. Mattisseck 5
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
Latvia Martin Kozlovskis
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik
1 August 2017
16:45
 Montenegro 74–85  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 16–20, 22–28, 16–20, 20–17
Pts: N. Zizic 12
Rebs: M. Simonovic 7
Asts: P. Titic 4
Pts: R. Atar 12
Rebs: R. Atar 9
Asts: M. Akay 12
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Albania Gentian Cici
Latvia Martins Kozlovskis
1 August 2017
21:15
 Germany 69–67 (OT)  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 5–13, 19–15, 23–17, 10–12Overtime: 12–10
Pts: J. Mattisseck 15
Rebs: P. Herkenhoff 7
Asts: P. Hadenfeldt 4
Pts: A. Khomenko 15
Rebs: A. Savrasov 8
Asts: A. Khomenko 3
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic
Greece Georgios Poursanidis

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Serbia 3 2 1 205 185 +20 5
2  Spain 3 2 1 221 210 +11 5
3  Italy 3 2 1 183 176 +7 5
4  Ukraine 3 0 3 187 225 −38 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
29 July 2017
14:30
 Ukraine 52–69  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 14–17, 11–18, 15–16
Pts: A. Voinalovych 12
Rebs: I. Sanon 7
Asts: I. Sanon 2
Pts: E. Trapani 14
Rebs: G. Caruso 10
Asts: F. Zampini 4
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Republic of Macedonia Alexandar Milojevic
29 July 2017
21:30
 Serbia 70–76  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 26–10, 13–23, 13–22, 18–21
Pts: Pecarski 21
Rebs: Pecarski 8
Asts: Uskoković 4
Pts: M. Gonzalez 16
Rebs: O. Ehigitor 11
Asts: M. Gonzalez 4
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Latvia Martin Kozlovskis
Greece Georgios Poursanidis
30 July 2017
16:45
 Italy 46–63  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 14–11, 7–18, 4–19
Pts: M. Ebeling 15
Rebs: G. Caruso 4
Asts: F. Zampini 4
Pts: Pecarski 15
Rebs: Pecarski 7
Asts: Uskoković 5
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Albania Gentian Cici
Lithuania Gintaras Vitkauskas
30 July 2017
19:00
 Spain 84–72 (OT)  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 24–22, 16–11, 4–14, 23–20, Overtime: 17–5
Pts: S. Martinez 20
Rebs: J. Puerto 6
Asts: P. Molins 8
Pts: I. Sanon 24
Rebs: I. Sanon 9
Asts: I. Sanon 6
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
France Nicolas Maestre
Greece Georgios Poursanidis
1 August 2017
14:30
 Serbia 72–63  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 18–28, 20–8, 20–11
Pts: Uskoković 16
Rebs: Pecarski 14
Asts: Vulikić 4
Pts: I. Sanon 22
Rebs: V. Kozak 9
Asts: D. Klevzunyk 3
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Lithuania Gintaras Viskauskas
1 August 2017
19:00
 Italy 68–61  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 22–14, 11–16, 23–20
Pts: M. Serpilli 15
Rebs: G. Caruso 5
Asts: F. Zampini 5
Pts: J. Parra 14
Rebs: O. Ehigitor 7
Asts: P. Molins 3
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik
France Nicolas Maestre

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Lithuania 3 2 1 218 200 +18 5
2  Greece 3 2 1 223 226 −3 5
3  Slovenia 3 1 2 214 236 −22 4
4  Finland 3 1 2 240 233 +7 4
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
29 July 2017
14:30
 Finland 82–62  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 15–13, 19–16, 23–13
Pts: M. Jantunen 20
Rebs: M. Jantunen 14
Asts: M. Heinonen 4
Pts: L. Uleckas 14
Rebs: V. Kozys 6
Asts: A. Velicka 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
Romania Marius Cioulin
Scotland Chris Dodds
29 July 2017
21:30
 Slovenia 67–81  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 12–27, 14–23, 21–19, 20–12
Pts: M. Gorbachov 13
Rebs: N. Susa 9
Asts: N. Susa 5
Pts: D. Moraitis 24
Rebs: G. Kalaitzakis 6
Asts: D. Moraitis 8
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic
30 July 2017
16:45
 Greece 81–78  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 27–15, 12–22, 23–26
Pts: G. Kalaitzakis 23
Rebs: G. Kalaitzakis 10
Asts: G. Kalaitzakis 3
Pts: A. Gustavson 27
Rebs: M. Jantunen 9
Asts: T. Pihlajamaki 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko
30 July 2017
21:15
 Lithuania 75–57  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 8–21, 22–6, 23–13
Pts: A. Velicka 15
Rebs: T. Vaiciunas 6
Asts: A. Velicka 6
Pts: N. Klavzar 13
Rebs: M. Susec 8
Asts: N. Klavzar 2
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Germany Christof Madinger
1 August 2017
16:45
 Finland 80–90  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 24–24, 17–20, 19–22, 20–24
Pts: A. Gustavson 19
Rebs: M. Jantunen 9
Asts: M. Heinonen 5
Pts: D. Kralj 32
Rebs: D. Kralj 9
Asts: D. Kralj 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
Russia Alexey Davydov
Scotland Chris Dodds
1 August 2017
21:15
 Greece 61–81  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 25–22, 6–23, 11–19, 1917
Pts: G. Kalaitzakis 14
Rebs: C. Liounis 6
Asts: D. Moraitis 2
Pts: A. Velicka 20
Rebs: A. Velicka 9
Asts: V. Kozys 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Romania Marius Ciulin
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  France 3 2 1 226 169 +57 5
2  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 2 1 213 212 +1 5
3  Latvia 3 2 1 206 228 −22 5
4  Slovakia 3 0 3 183 219 −36 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
29 July 2017
16:45
 France 65–66  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 13–17, 19–17, 13–15
Pts: S. Briki 13
Rebs: M. Dossou Yovo 7
Asts: L. Beyhurst 2
Pts: S. Campara 32
Rebs: E. Cerkezovic 7
Asts: S. Campara 1
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
29 July 2017
19:15
 Slovakia 61–78  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 7–20, 27–27, 8–19
Pts: J. Kadasi 15
Rebs: M. Zeliznak 13
Asts: D. Javorsky 4
Pts: R. Hermanovskis 18
Rebs: E. Kaufmanis 6
Asts: R. Hermanovskis 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Russia Alexey Davydov
Germany Christof Madinger
30 July 2017
14:30
 Latvia 49–93  France
Scoring by quarter: 13–24, 9–21, 9–25, 18–23
Pts: A. Miska 10
Rebs: N. Visnevics 7
Asts: N. Atelbauers 4
Pts: B. Niasse 14
Rebs: O. Sarr 6
Asts: Y. Choupas 6
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Romania Marius Cioulin
Scotland Chris Dodds
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
30 July 2017
19:00
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 73–68  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 18–18, 15–15, 22–22
Pts: S. Campara 20
Rebs: A. Alikadic 10
Asts: A. Jankovic 5
Pts: D. Javorsky 23
Rebs: M. Bizub 9
Asts: M. Majercak 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Russia Alexey Davydov
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic
1 August 2017
14:30
 Latvia 79–74  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 22–28, 13–13, 18–13
Pts: F. Lacis 18
Rebs: N. Visnevics 13
Asts: D. Atelbauers 5
Pts: S. Campara 16
Rebs: S. Adzic 7
Asts: S. Campara 7
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Germany Christof Madinger
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
1 August 2017
19:00
 France 68–54  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 20–11, 18–15, 15–11
Pts: I. Fevrier 16
Rebs: I. Fevrier 9
Asts: S. Briki 5
Pts: M. Majercak 11
Rebs: J. Kadasi 8
Asts: M. Majercak 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko

Final round[edit]

Round of 16 – Final (brackets)[edit]

 
Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
              
 
2 August
 
 
 Turkey78
 
4 August
 
 Ukraine76
 
 Turkey81
 
2 August
 
 Greece63
 
 Greece71
 
5 August
 
 Latvia65
 
 Turkey69
 
2 August
 
 Spain71
 
 Spain87
 
4 August
 
 Montenegro61
 
 Spain (OT)86
 
2 August
 
 France85
 
 France66
 
6 August
 
 Finland58
 
 Spain62
 
2 August
 
 Serbia74
 
 Russia64
 
4 August
 
 Italy82
 
 Italy60
 
2 August
 
 Lithuania72
 
 Lithuania79
 
5 August
 
 Slovakia55
 
 Lithuania77
 
2 August
 
 Serbia83 Third place
 
 Serbia71
 
4 August6 August
 
 Germany64
 
 Serbia82 Turkey88
 
2 August
 
 Bosnia and Herzegovina50  Lithuania (OT)97
 
 Bosnia and Herzegovina65
 
 
 Slovenia59
 

5th place bracket[edit]

 
5th–8th place semifinals5th place game
 
      
 
5 August
 
 
 Greece53
 
6 August
 
 France81
 
 France55
 
5 August
 
 Italy79
 
 Italy77
 
 
 Bosnia and Herzegovina59
 
7th place game
 
 
6 August
 
 
 Greece77
 
 
 Bosnia and Herzegovina55

9–16 place bracket[edit]

 
9th–16th place quarterfinals9–12 place semifinals9th place game
 
          
 
4 August
 
 
 Ukraine78
 
5 August
 
 Latvia60
 
 Ukraine56
 
4 August
 
 Finland70
 
 Montenegro67
 
6 August
 
 Finland82
 
 Finland69
 
4 August
 
 Russia75
 
 Russia76
 
5 August
 
 Slovakia55
 
 Russia (OT)70
 
4 August
 
 Germany69 11th place game
 
 Germany91
 
6 August
 
 Slovenia50
 
 Ukraine71
 
 
 Germany89
 
 
13th–16th place semifinals13th place game
 
      
 
5 August
 
 
 Latvia55
 
6 August
 
 Montenegro66
 
 Montenegro73
 
5 August
 
 Slovenia61
 
 Slovakia57
 
 
 Slovenia61
 
15th place game
 
 
6 August
 
 
 Latvia57
 
 
 Slovakia69

Round of 16[edit]

2 August 2017
14:30
Turkey  78–76  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 19–24, 22–16, 17–17
Pts: R. Atar 24
Rebs: Y. Saybir 10
Asts: M. Akay 7
Pts: I. Sanon 27
Rebs: I. Sanon 5
Asts: I. Sanon 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
France Mehdi Difallah
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic
2 August 2017
14:30
Bosnia and Herzegovina  65–59  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 12–17, 18–11, 16–18, 19–13
Pts: S. Campara 20
Rebs: A. Jankovic 10
Asts: S. Campara 7
Pts: D. Kralj 18
Rebs: N. Klavzar 6
Asts: N. Klavzar 9
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Russia Alexey Davydov
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
2 August 2017
16:45
Spain  87–61  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 23–13, 29–7, 16–24, 19–17
Pts: S. Martinez 17
Rebs: S. Martinez 9
Asts: R. Carrasco 4
Pts: M. Simonovic 20
Rebs: M. Simonovic 5
Asts: A. Slavkovic 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Georgios Poursanidis
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedić
Lithuania Gintaras Vitkauskas
2 August 2017
16:45
France  66–58  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 25–14, 9–19, 16–12, 16–13
Pts: I. Fevrier 17
Rebs: Y. Choupas 7
Asts: Y. Choupas 4
Pts: M. Heinonen 16
Rebs: M. Jantunen 18
Asts: M. Heinonen 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
Romania Marius Ciulin
Germany Christof Madinger
2 August 2017
19:00
Serbia  71–64  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 26–13, 11–14, 20–25, 14–12
Pts: N. Miskovic 18
Rebs: N. Miskovic 9
Asts: V. Vulikic 5
Pts: H. Drescher 14
Rebs: P. Herkenhoff 8
Asts: J. Mattisseck 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik
France Nicolas Maestre
2 August 2017
19:00
Lithuania  79–55  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 22–19, 21–16, 17–12
Pts: V. Kozys 15
Rebs: G. Vasiliauskas 8
Asts: A. Velicka 7
Pts: M. Zeliznak 16
Rebs: M. Zeliznak 9
Asts: D. Javorsky 3
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Scotland Chris Dodds
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
2 August 2017
21:15
Russia  64–82  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 11–30, 17–17, 16–18, 20–17
Pts: A. Ershov 23
Rebs: A. Savrasov 11
Asts: D. Kasatkin 4
Pts: G. Caruso 18
Rebs: M. Serpilli 7
Asts: E. Trapani 9
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Albania Gentian Cici
Latvia Martins Kozlovskis
2 August 2017
21:15
Greece  71–65  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 21–17, 14–14, 14–20, 22–14
Pts: D. Moraitis 26
Rebs: G. Kalaitzakis 7
Asts: G. Kalaitzakis 6
Pts: A. Miska 12
Rebs: A. Miska 7
Asts: D. Atelbauers 4
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic

Quarterfinals[edit]

4 August 2017
14:30
Turkey  81–63  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 24–18, 21–15, 18–17, 18–13
Pts: R. Atar 22
Rebs: R. Atar 11
Asts: M. Akay 7
Pts: K. Kampouridis 20
Rebs: G. Kalaitzakis 7
Asts: D. Moraitis 6
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Albania Gentian Cici
Latvia Martins Kozlovskis
4 August 2017
16:45
Spain  86–85 (OT)  France
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 18–30, 19–13, 22–17, Overtime: 11–10
Pts: S. Martinez 21
Rebs: O. Ehigitor 9
Asts: J. Puerto 6
Pts: Y. Blanc 21
Rebs: O. Sarr 9
Asts: S. Briki 5
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic
4 August 2017
19:00
Italy  60–72  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 14–23, 16–19, 18–14, 12–16
Pts: M. Ebeling 13
Rebs: A. Pajola 5
Asts: A. Pajola 10
Pts: I. Sargiunas 18
Rebs: A. Velicka 13
Asts: A. Velicka 11
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik
France Nicolas Maestre
4 August 2017
21:15
Serbia  82–50  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 18–9, 24–13, 21–13
Pts: A. Matic 12
Rebs: M. Pecarski 10
Asts: V. Vulikic 4
Pts: S. Campara 24
Rebs: K. Kamenjas 5
Asts: A. Jankovic 3
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Germany Christof Madinger
Greece Georgios Poursanidis

Classification 9–16 quarterfinals[edit]

4 August 2017
14:30
Ukraine  78–60  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 27–18, 26–9, 10–19, 15–14
Pts: M. Kim 23
Rebs: M. Kim 10
Asts: V. Kozak 5
Pts: E. Kaufmanis 18
Rebs: F. Lacis 7
Asts: D. Atelbauers 2
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Romania Marius Ciulin
Scotland Chris Dodds
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
4 August 2017
16:45
Montenegro  67–82  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 21–17, 18–20, 20–20, 8–25
Pts: M. Simonovic 15
Rebs: M. Simonovic 10
Asts: V. Popovic 5
Pts: T. Pihlajamaki 22
Rebs: T. Pihlajamaki 9
Asts: M. Jantunen 6
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
Russia Alexey Davydov
Lithuania Gintaras Vitkauskas
4 August 2017
19:00
Russia  76–55  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 21–16, 22–13, 13–11
Pts: A. Savrasov 18
Rebs: V. Sharapov 13
Asts: A. Khomenko 3
Pts: M. Zeliznak 13
Rebs: M. Zeliznak 9
Asts: D. Javorsky 4
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko
4 August 2017
21:15
Germany  91–50  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 25–9, 21–10, 25–12
Pts: P. Herkenhoff 14
Rebs: P. Herkenhoff 9
Asts: P. Herkenhoff 5
Pts: M. Gorbachov 9
Rebs: M. Gorbachov 6
Asts: M. Gorbachov 2
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic

Classification 13–16 semifinals[edit]

5 August 2017
14:30
Latvia  55–66  Montenegro
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Italy Manuel Mazzoni
Russia Alexey Davydov
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
5 August 2017
16:45
Slovakia  57–62  Slovenia
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
Romania Marius Ciulin
Lithuania Gintaras Vitkauskas

Classification 9–12 semifinals[edit]

5 August 2017
19:00
Ukraine  56–70  Finland
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Scotland Chris Dodds
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic
5 August 2017
21:15
Russia  70–69  Germany
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko

Classification 5–8 semifinals[edit]

5 August 2017
14:30
Greece  53–81  France
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic
5 August 2017
16:45
Italy  77–59  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Albania Gentian Cici
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik

Semifinals[edit]

5 August 2017
19:00
Turkey  69–71  Spain
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Latvia Martins Kozlovskis
France Nicolas Maestre
5 August 2017
21:15
Lithuania  77–83  Serbia
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Italy Saverio Lanzarini
Germany Christof Madinger
Greece Georgios Poursanidis

15th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
14:30
Latvia  57–69  Slovakia
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Milojevic
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ademir Zurapovic

13th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
16:45
Montenegro  73–61  Slovenia
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Romania Marius Ciulin
Scotland Chris Dodds
Bulgaria Martin Horozov

11th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
19:00
Ukraine  71–89  Germany
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
France Mehdi Difallah
Bosnia and Herzegovina Haris Bijedic
Lithuania Gintaras Vitkauskas

9th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
21:15
Finland  69–75  Russia
Diplomat Arena, Piešťany
Referees:
Turkey Yener Yilmaz
Bulgaria Martin Horozov
Ukraine Vladyslav Isachenko

7th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
14:30
Greece  77–55  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Germany Christof Madinger
Albania Gentian Cici
Slovakia Marek Kukelcik

5th place game[edit]

6 August 2017
16:45
France  55–79  Italy
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Georgios Poursanidis
Serbia Aleksandar Glisic
Montenegro Radomir Vojinovic

Third place game[edit]

6 August 2017
19:00
Turkey  88–97  Lithuania
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Spain Antonio Conde
Croatia Srdan Dozai
Italy Saverio Lanzarini

Final[edit]

6 August 2017
21:15
Spain  62–74  Serbia
Hant Arena, Bratislava
Referees:
Greece Panagiotis Anastopoulos
Latvia Martins Kozlovskis
France Nicolas Maestre

Final standings[edit]

Team relegated to 2018 European U-18 Division B
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  Serbia 6–1
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Spain 5–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Lithuania 5–2
4th  Turkey 5–2
5th  Italy 5–2
6th  France 4–3
7th  Greece 4–3
8th  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–4
9th  Russia 4–3
10th  Finland 3–4
11th  Germany 3–4
12th  Ukraine 1–6
13th  Montenegro 3–4
14th  Slovenia 2–5
15th  Slovakia 1–6
16th  Latvia 2–5

Awards[edit]

 2017 FIBA Europe
Under-18 Championship Winner 

Serbia
Fourth title
Most Valuable Player
Serbia Nikola Mišković
All-Tournament Team

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA Calendar".
  2. ^ "Venues of FIBA U18 European Championship 2017 Division A in Slovakia". FIBA.
  3. ^ "Competition System" (PDF). FIBA.
  4. ^ "Draws completed for FIBA U18 European Championship 2017 Division A and B". FIBA. January 26, 2017.

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