FIBA Africa Championship 1964

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FIBA Africa Championship 1964
2nd FIBA Africa Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Morocco
Dates 4–8 March
Teams (from 29 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  United Arab Republic (2nd title)
1962
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The FIBA Africa Championship 1964 was the second FIBA Africa Championship regional basketball championship held by FIBA Africa, which also served as Africa qualifier for the 1964 Summer Olympics, giving a berth to champion. It was held in Morocco between 4 March and 8 March 1964. Six national teams entered the event under the auspices of FIBA Africa, the sport's regional governing body. The city of Casablanca hosted the tournament. The United Arab Republic won the title after finishing in first place of the round robin group.

Results[edit]

All six teams competed in a round robin group that defined the final standings. The United Arab Republic qualified for the 1964 Summer Olympics as winner of the tournament.

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 United Arab Republic 5 5 0 380 239 +141 10
 Morocco 5 4 1 350 269 +81 9
 Palestine 5 2 3 236 336 −100 7
 Tunisia 5 2 3 300 297 +3 7
 Senegal 5 1 4 275 317 −42 6
 Mali 5 1 4 287 370 −83 6
Mali  59–95  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 27–41, 32–54
Tunisia  51–53  Palestine
Scoring by half: 19–20, 32–33
Morocco  58–54  Senegal
Scoring by half: 26–25, 32–29
Palestine  53–59  Mali
Scoring by half: 24–30, 29–29
Morocco  59–55  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 30–25, 29–30
United Arab Republic  72–37  Senegal
Scoring by half: 33–16, 39–21
Palestine  43–101  Morocco
Scoring by half: 10–44, 33–57
Senegal  77–62  Mali
Scoring by half: 50–31, 27–31
Tunisia  51–69  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 24–29, 27–40
United Arab Republic  75–35  Palestine
Scoring by half: 36–20, 39–15
Mali  48–75  Morocco
Scoring by half: 24–26, 24–49
Senegal  57–73  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 22–31, 35–42
Palestine  52–50  Senegal
Scoring by half: 25–27, 27–23
Mali  59–70  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 35–35, 24–35
Morocco  57–69  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 30–31, 27–38

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