FIBA Africa Championship 1999

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FIBA Africa Championship 1999
20th FIBA Africa Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Angola
Dates July 29-August 6, 1999
Teams 12 (from 52 federations)
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Angola (5th title)
MVP Mali Lamine Diawara
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The 1999 FIBA Africa Championship was the 20th FIBA Africa Championship, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Angola from July 29 to August 6 1999.

Angola defeated Nigeria 79–72 in the final to win their fifth title.[1] and securing a spot at the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Squads[edit]

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 Algeria
 Cape Verde
 Egypt
 Mali
 Morocco
 Senegal

 Angola
 Ivory Coast
 Mozambique
 Nigeria
 South Africa
 Tunisia

Preliminary rounds [2][edit]

Times given below are in UTC+1.

Group 1[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team W L PF PA Diff Pts
 Egypt 5 0 348 256 +92 10
 Mali 3 2 340 345 -5 8
 Algeria 3 2 325 331 -6 8
 Senegal 2 3 322 320 +2 7
 Cape Verde 2 3 318 320 -2 7
 Morocco 0 5 265 346 -81 5
30 July 1999
10:00
Mali  79–77  Algeria

16:00
Cape Verde  54–57  Senegal

18:00
Morocco  42–73  Egypt

31 July 1999
10:00
Mali  60–64  Cape Verde

16:00
Algeria  58–35  Morocco

18:00
Egypt  62–53  Senegal

1 August 1999
10:00
Morocco  57–74  Senegal

16:00
Egypt  70–55  Mali

18:00
Algeria  72–70  Cape Verde

2 August 1999
10:00
Cape Verde  73–71  Morocco

16:00
Senegal  77–84  Mali

18:00
Algeria  49–83  Egypt

3 August 1999
10:00
Cape Verde  57–60  Egypt

16:00
Senegal  64–69  Algeria

18:00
Morocco  60–68  Mali


Group 2[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team W L PF PA Diff Pts
 Angola 5 0 430 251 +179 10
 Nigeria 4 1 375 277 +98 9
 Tunisia 3 2 258 255 +3 8
 Ivory Coast 2 3 270 316 -46 7
 Mozambique 1 4 269 387 -118 6
 South Africa 0 5 245 361 -116 5
29 July 1999
19:00
Angola  85–25  South Africa
30 July 1999
19:00
Nigeria  71–56  Tunisia
4 August 1999
16:00
Ivory Coast  65–60  Mozambique

31 July 1999
10:00
South Africa  45–85  Nigeria

17:00
Tunisia  20–0  Ivory Coast

19:00
Mozambique  47–104  Angola

1 August 1999
10:00
Ivory Coast  62–58  South Africa

17:00
Tunisia  74–50  Mozambique

19:00
Nigeria  57–64  Angola

2 August 1999
10:00
Mozambique  69–62  South Africa

17:00
Angola  79–48  Tunisia

19:00
Ivory Coast  69–80  Nigeria

3 August 1999
10:00
South Africa  55–60  Tunisia

17:00
Mozambique  43–82  Nigeria

19:00
Angola  98–74  Ivory Coast


Knockout stage[edit]

5th place match[edit]

5 August 1999
09:00
Algeria  54–56  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 29-22, 25-34
Pts: Sayah 15 Pts: Essayed 14

7th place match[edit]

5 August 1999
11:00
Senegal  87–70  Ivory Coast
Scoring by half: 40-27, 47-33

Championship bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
5 August - 17:00
   Egypt   54  
   Nigeria   69  
 
August - 19:00
       Angola   79
     Nigeria   72
Third place
5 August - 19:00 August - 17:00
   Mali   69    Mali   63
   Angola   77      Egypt   75
5 August 1999
17:00
Egypt  54–69  Nigeria
Scoring by half: 27-36, 27-33
Pts: Ibrahim, Elwahab 10 Pts: Awojobi 26
5 August 1999
19:00
Mali  69–77  Angola
Scoring by half: 29-46, 40-31
Pts: Diwara 14 Pts: Lutonda, J.Jacques 12

9th place match[edit]

6 August 1999
09:00
Cape Verde  69–65  Mozambique
Pts: V.Hugo 17 Pts: A.de Deus 13

11th place match[edit]

6 August 1999
11:00
Morocco  59–42  South Africa

Bronze medal match[edit]

6 August 1999
17:00
Mali  63–75  Egypt

Final[edit]

6 August 1999
19:00
Angola  79–72  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 46-23, 33-49
Pts: D.Dias 34 Pts: Owinje 19


Final standings[edit]

Qualified for the 2000 Summer Olympics
Rank Team Record
Gold medal africa.svg  Angola 7–0
Silver medal africa.svg  Nigeria 5–2
Bronze medal africa.svg  Egypt 6–1
4  Mali 3–4
5  Tunisia 4–2
6  Algeria 3–3
7  Senegal 3–3
8  Ivory Coast 2–4
9  Cape Verde 3–3
10  Mozambique 1–5
11  Morocco 1–5
12  South Africa 0–6
1st
2nd
3rd
 Angola
Ângelo Victoriano
Aníbal Moreira
Carlos Almeida
Cristovão Swingue
David Dias
Edmar Victoriano "Baduna"
Herlander Coimbra
Jean Jacques Conceição
Joaquim Gomes "Kikas"
Justino Victoriano
Miguel Lutonda
Victor de Carvalho
Coach: Mário Palma
 Nigeria
Ayo Samuel
Benjamin Eze
Daniel Okonkwo
Godwin Owinje
Julius Nwosu
Kadri Jibril
Kingsley Ogwudire
Mohammed Acha
Mufo Ibrahim
Olumide Oyedeji
Tunji Awojobi
Yinka Dare
Coach: Andrew Isokpehi
 Egypt
Ahmed Oraby
Ahmed Sakr
Ahmed Abdel-Wahab
El-Hosany Ahmed
Haytham Hassan
Ihab El-Aziz
Islam Ibrahim
Mohamed Moteleb
Tarek El-Ghannam
Tarek Khairi
Wael El Sayed
Yasser Elwahab
Coach: Mario Blassone


Awards[edit]

 1999 FIBA Africa Championship Winners 

Angola
Fifth title
Most Valuable Player
Mali Lamine Diawara

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men Basketball Africa Championship 1999 Luanda,Cabinda (ANG) - 29.07-06.08 Winner Angola". todor66.com. Archived from the original on 2014-01-07. Retrieved 2014-01-18. 
  2. ^ "Calendário dos jogos do Afrobasket '99" (in Portuguese). FIBAAfrica.com. Retrieved 2014-01-18.