Basketball at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

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The Basketball Tournament at the 2005 Mediterranean Games was held in the El Ejido Sports Hall from Friday June 24 to Friday July 1, 2005 in Almería, Spain.

Men's competition[edit]

Teams[edit]

Rosters[edit]

*(In parenthesis is reported the year of birth)

Algeria: Karim Atamna (80), Farid Belhimeur (84), Moured Boughedir (76), Sofiane Boulaya (73), Ali Bouziane (77), Djillali Canon (78), Farouk Djillali (78), Redouane Fergati (78), Abdelhalim Kaouane (81), Nadjim Ouali (71), Tarek Oukid (79), Abdelhalim Sayah (75)

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Edin Bavčić (84), Dejan Ćup (83), Nikola Đurasović (83), Bojan Đurica (83), Aldin Kadić (86), Armend Kahrimanović (80), Muris Memić (81), Miloš Mirković (83), Edin Nurkanović (82), Mujo Tuljković (79), Emir Zimić (86)

Egypt: Ibrahim Adawi (74), Ismail Ahmed (76), Wael Badr (78), Amir Fanan (80), Tarek El Ghannam (78), Samir El Hosseny (76), Mohamed El Kerdany (77), Sherif Gunadi (80), Ramy Gunady (81), Ahmed Monir, Ahmed Sakr (75), Abdelaziz Sherif

Greece: Nikos Barlos (79), Tasos Charismidis (81), Dimitrios Charitopoulos (83), Georgios Dedas (80), Ioannis Georgallis (83), Savvas Iliadis (79), Panagiotis Kafkis (80), Fanis Koumpouras (83), Nikos Papanikolopoulos (79), Angelos Siamandouras (80), Christos Tapoutos (82), Georgios Tsiakos (82)

Italy: Giorgio Boscagin (83), Marco Carraretto (77), Alessandro Cittadini (79), Christian Di Giuliomaria (79), Luca Garri (82), Jacopo Giachetti (83), Davide Lamma (76), Marco Mordente (79), Andrea Pecile (80), Tomas Ress (80), Mason Rocca (77), Walter Santarossa (78)

Morocco: Adil Baba (77), Nabil Bakkass (79), Mounir Bouhelal (79), Jaouad Dahbi (85), Alaeddine El Asli (84), Zakaria El Masbahi (79), Marouane El Mouttalibi (82), Mohamed Hjira (81), M.F. Houari Bassim (77), Mustapha Khalfi (80), Mohamed Mouak (78), Reda Rhalimi (82)

Spain: Alfons Alzamora (79), Germán Gabriel (80), Roberto Guerra (83), Rafa Martínez (82), Andres Miso (83), Álex Mumbrú (79), Ruben Quintana (80), Gullermo Rubio (82), Fernando San Emeterio (84), Sergio Sanchez (81), Jordi Trias (80), Rafael Vidaurreta (77)

Turkey: Ender Arslan (83), Firat Aydemir (80), Volkan Cetintahra (81), Huseyin Demiral (78), Ermal Kurtoglu (80), Reha Oz (78), Baris Ozcan (81), Cevher Özer (83), Valentin Pastal (84), Kaya Peker (80), Kerem Tunçeri (79), Erkan Veyseloğlu (83)

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Italy 6 3 3 0 0 246 191 +55
2.  Spain 5 3 2 0 1 243 219 +24
3.  Egypt 4 3 1 0 2 210 237 −27
4.  Algeria 3 3 0 0 3 183 235 −52
  • Friday June 24, 2005
Italy  80 – 67  Egypt
Spain  83 – 62  Algeria
  • Saturday June 25, 2005
Italy  80 – 50  Algeria
Spain  86 – 71  Egypt
  • Monday June 27, 2005
Algeria  71 – 72  Egypt
Spain  74 – 86  Italy

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Greece 5 3 2 0 1 258 187 +71
2.  Turkey 5 3 2 0 1 237 214 +23
3.  Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 3 2 0 1 200 210 −10
4.  Morocco 3 3 0 0 3 189 273 −84
  • Saturday June 25, 2005
Turkey  85 – 67  Morocco
Greece  74 – 49  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Sunday June 26, 2005
Greece  115 – 60  Morocco
Turkey  74 – 78  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Tuesday June 28, 2005
Greece  69 – 78  Turkey
Bosnia and Herzegovina  73 – 62  Morocco

Final round[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  Greece  88  
  Spain  77  
 
      Greece  86
    Italy  87
Third place
  Italy  79   Spain  84
  Turkey  69     Turkey  70

Semi finals[edit]

  • Thursday June 30, 2005
Greece  88 – 77  Spain
Italy  79 – 69  Turkey

Finals[edit]

  • Wednesday June 29, 2005 — 7th/8th place
Algeria  83 – 67  Morocco
  • Wednesday June 29, 2005 — 5th/6th place
Egypt  76 – 75  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Friday July 1, 2005 — Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Medal Match
Spain  84 – 70  Turkey
  • Sunday July 3, 2005 — Gold medal icon.svg Gold Medal Match
Greece  86 – 87  Italy

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Italy
Silver medal icon.svg  Greece
Bronze medal icon.svg  Spain
4.  Turkey
5.  Egypt
6.  Bosnia and Herzegovina
7.  Algeria
8.  Morocco

Awards[edit]

 2005 Men's Mediterranean Games Champions 

Italy

See also[edit]

Women's competition[edit]

Teams[edit]

Rosters[edit]

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Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Croatia 4 2 2 0 0 141 103 +83
2.  Greece 3 2 1 0 1 123 137 −14
3.  Italy 2 2 0 0 2 132 156 −24

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Turkey 4 2 2 0 0 152 133 +18
2.  Spain 3 2 1 0 1 134 136 −2
3.  France 2 2 0 0 2 130 147 −17

Final round[edit]

Semi-finals Final
  Croatia  85  
  Spain  65  
 
      Croatia  66
    Turkey  68
Third place
  Turkey  85   Spain  68
  Greece  60     Greece  51

Finals[edit]

  • Wednesday June 29, 2005 — 5th/6th place
 France 65 – 70  Italy
  • Friday July 1, 2005 — Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze Medal Match
Greece  51 – 68  Spain
  • Friday July 1, 2005 — Gold medal icon.svg Gold Medal Match
Turkey  68 – 66  Croatia

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Turkey
Silver medal icon.svg  Croatia
Bronze medal icon.svg  Spain
4.  Greece
5.  Italy
6.  France

Awards[edit]

 2005 Women's Mediterranean Games Champions 

Turkey

See also[edit]

References[edit]