Basketball at the 2011 All-Africa Games

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Basketball at the 2011 All-Africa Games
League All Africa Games
Sport Basketball
Duration September 9 – 17, 2011 (M)
September 2 – 12, 2011 (W)
Number of teams 10 / 12
Medallists Gold medal africa.svg  Nigeria (M)
Silver medal africa.svg  Mozambique
Bronze medal africa.svg  Angola


Gold medal africa.svg  Senegal (W)
Silver medal africa.svg  Angola
Bronze medal africa.svg  Nigeria

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The Basketball tournament at the 2011 All-Africa Games was held from September 6–16, 2011 at several venues.

Competition format[edit]

The teams with the four best records qualified for the knockout stage, which was a single-elimination tournament. The semifinal winners contested for the gold medal, while the losers played for the bronze medal.

Calendar[edit]

P Preliminaries ¼ Quarterfinals ½ Semifinals F Final
Event↓/Date → Fri 2 Sun 4 Mon 5 Tue 6 Wed 7 Fri 9 Sat 10 Sun 11 Mon 12 Tue 13 Thu 15 Fri 16 Sat 17
Men P P P P P ¼ ½ F
Women P P P P P ¼ ½ F



Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Nigeria Nigeria 1 0 1 2
2 Senegal Senegal 1 0 0 1
3 Angola Angola 0 1 1 2
4 Mozambique Mozambique 0 1 0 1
Total 2 2 2 6

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
rosters
Nigeria Nigeria

Abdullahi Kuso
Abubakar Usman
Azuoma Dike
Ejike Ugboaja
Emmanuel Ekpete
Ibrahim Yusuf
Jayson Obazuaye
Orseer Ikyaator
Olumide Oyedeji
Solomon Tat
Stanley Gumut
Coach: Sani Ahmed

Mozambique Mozambique

Amarildo Matos
Armando Baptista
Augusto Matos
Custódio Muchate
David Canivete
Fernando Mandlate
Octávio Magoliço
Pio Matos
Samora Mucavel
Sérgio Macuácua
Stélio Nuaila
Sílvio Letela
Coach: Iñaki Garcia

Angola Angola

Abdel Gomes
Adolfo Quimbamba
Bráulio Morais
Felizardo Ambrósio
Hélder Ortet
Hermenegildo Santos
Islando Manuel
Mayzer Alexandre
Miguel Kiala
Paulo Santana
Roberto Fortes
Vladimir Ricardino
Coach: Raúl Duarte

Women
details
rosters
Senegal Senegal

Adji Ndiaye
Aida Fall
Aminata Nar Diop
Astou Traoré
Awa Doumbia
Aya Traoré
Mame Diodio Diouf
Mame-Marie Sy-Diop
Ndeye Fall
Ndèye Ndiaye
Ndèye Sène
Oumoul Sarr
Coach: Moustapha Gaye

Angola Angola

Ângela Cardoso
Astrida Vicente
Catarina Camufal
Cristina Matiquite
Felizarda Jorge
Fineza Eusébio
Luísa Tomás
Luzia Simão
Nacissela Maurício
Nadir Manuel
Nguendula Filipe
Sónia Guadalupe
Coach: Aníbal Moreira

Nigeria Nigeria

Adeola Wylie
Aisha Mohammed
Chinyere Ibekwe
Grace Okonkwo
Helen Ogunjimi
Henrietta Ugochukwu
Joyce Ekworomadu
Nkechi Akashili
Olayinka Sanni
Rashidat Sadiq
Rosalyn Gold-Onwude
Sarah Ogoke
Coach: Ayo Bakare

Final standings[edit]

Rank Men Women
Team Pld W L Team Pld W L
1  Nigeria 7 6 1  Senegal 8 7 1
2  Mozambique 7 5 2  Angola 8 7 1
3  Angola 7 6 1  Nigeria 8 6 2
4.  Algeria 7 3 4  Mozambique 8 6 2
Eliminated at the quarterfinals
5.  Egypt 7 4 3  Ivory Coast 8 4 4
6.  Cape Verde 7 4 3  Kenya 8 3 5
7.  Rwanda 7 2 5  Rwanda 8 3 5
8.  Ivory Coast 7 1 6  Algeria 8 2 6
Preliminary round 5th placers
9.  Mali 5 2 3  Cameroon 7 2 5
10.  South Africa 5 0 5  DR Congo 7 2 5
Preliminary round 6th placers
11.  Zimbabwe 7 2 5
12.  Mali 7 2 5


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