FIBA Africa Championship 1989

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For the women's tournament, see 1990 FIBA Africa Championship for Women.
FIBA Africa Championship 1989
15th FIBA Africa Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Angola
Dates December 16-27
Teams 11 (from 42 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Angola (1st title)
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The FIBA Africa Championship 1989 was hosted by Angola from December 16 to December 27, 1989. The games were played in Luanda. Angola won the tournament, its first African Championship, by beating Egypt in the final. Both teams qualified for the 1990 FIBA World Championship as a result of their showing in this tournament.

Competing Nations[edit]

The following national teams competed:

Group A Group B

 Algeria
 Central African Republic
 Mali
 Senegal
 Zambia

 Angola
 Ivory Coast
 Egypt
 Kenya
 Morocco
 Tunisia

Preliminary rounds[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
 Senegal 8 4 4 0 362 234 +128
 Mali 6 4 2 2 289 235 +54
 Algeria 6 4 2 2 329 297 +32
 Central African Republic 6 4 2 2 381 292 +89
 Zambia
4 4 0 4 178 481 -303

Day 1

 Mali 94–30  Zambia
 Senegal 85–74  Central African Republic

Day 2

 Zambia 46–110  Senegal
 Algeria 60–77  Mali

Day 3

 Zambia 46–165  Central African Republic
 Senegal 89–62  Algeria

Day 4

 Central African Republic 67–66  Mali
 Zambia 56–112  Algeria

Day 5

 Algeria 95–75  Central African Republic
 Senegal 78–52  Mali

Group B[edit]

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
 Angola 10 5 5 0 426 274 +152
 Egypt 9 5 4 1 419 364 +55
 Ivory Coast 9 6 3 3 500 503 -3
 Tunisia 7 5 2 3 389 402 -13
 Morocco 6 5 1 4 348 426 -78
 Kenya 4 4 0 4 276 389 -113

Day 1

 Angola 72–57  Ivory Coast
 Tunisia 98–86  Ivory Coast
 Egypt 89–69  Morocco

Day 2

 Morocco 87–86  Kenya
 Angola 83–66  Tunisia
 Egypt 91–81  Ivory Coast

Day 3

 Ivory Coast 97–79  Kenya
 Tunisia 68–64  Morocco
 Angola 71–61  Egypt

Day 4

 Angola 90–50  Morocco
 Egypt 95–71  Kenya
 Ivory Coast 86–85  Tunisia

Day 5

 Ivory Coast 93–78  Morocco
 Egypt 83–72  Tunisia
 Angola 110–40  Kenya

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finals Final
December 26, 1989
  Egypt  81  
  Senegal  68  
 
December 27, 1989
      Egypt  62
    Angola  89
Third place
December 26, 1989 December 27, 1989
  Angola  92   Senegal  65
  Mali  55     Mali  53

Classification Stage[edit]

 Ivory Coast 91–70  Algeria
 Tunisia 99–110  Central African Republic
 Zambia 65–122  Morocco

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
1  Angola 7-0
2  Egypt 5-2
3  Senegal 5-1
4  Mali 2-4
5  Ivory Coast 4-3
6  Algeria 2-3
7  Central African Republic 3-2
8  Tunisia 2-4
9  Morocco 2-4
10  Zambia 0-5
11  Kenya 0-4

Awards[edit]

 1989 FIBA Africa Championship Winners 

Angola
First title
Most Valuable Player

External links[edit]