2009 FIBA Under-19 World Championship

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2009 FIBA Under-19 World Championship
Official logo of the FIBA Under-19 World Championship 2009
Tournament details
Host nation New Zealand
Dates July 2 – July 12
Teams 16 (from 5 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  United States (4th title)
MVP Croatia Mario Delaš
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Puerto Rico Rosario (24.0)  United States (88.2)
Rebounds Angola Kiala (13.6)  Canada (44.1)
Assists Croatia Prostran (5.3)  Lithuania (17.6)
Official website
http://newzealand2009.fiba.com/
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The 2009 FIBA Under-19 World Championship was an international basketball competition held in Auckland, New Zealand from July 2, 2009 until July 12.

Qualification[edit]

Groups[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Angola
 Greece
 Lithuania
 Puerto Rico

 Egypt
 France
 Iran
 United States

 Australia
 Canada
 Spain
 Syria

 Argentina
 Croatia
 Kazakhstan
 New Zealand

Preliminary round[edit]

Times given below are in New Zealand Standard Time (UTC+12).

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Lithuania 3 2 1 262 196 +66 5 1−1 / 1.053
 Puerto Rico 3 2 1 264 229 +35 5 1−1 / 0.989
 Greece 3 2 1 278 241 +37 5 1−1 / 0.967
 Angola 3 0 3 153 291 −138 3
2 July 2009
12:30
Lithuania  73–80  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 31-14, 17-25, 14-21, 11-20
Pts: Cizauskas, Redikas 15
Rebs: Motiejunas 9
Asts: Cizauskas, Slezas 4
Pts: Young, I.Sosa 18
Rebs: Young 12
Asts: Fontan 3
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Juan Fernandez (ARG), Yuji Higashi (JPN)
2 July 2009
19:30
Greece  101–58  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 28-19, 17-8, 32-24, 24-7
Pts: Pappas 20
Rebs: Papanikolaou 9
Asts: Sloukas 4
Pts: Kiala 16
Rebs: Kiala 18
Asts: Emanuel 2
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Jeffrey Collins (USA), Olegs Latisevs (LAT), Roberto Diaz (CRC)
3 July 2009
17:00
Puerto Rico  98–107  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 32-29, 22-31, 23-19, 21-28
Pts: Rosario 28
Rebs: C.Sosa 6
Asts: Fontan 6
Pts: Papanikolaou 25
Rebs: Papanikolaou 12
Asts: Kaselakis, Pappas 5
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Carlos Dueñas (COL), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW)
3 July 2009
19:30
Angola  46–104  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 15-31, 6-27, 10-21, 15-25
Pts: Josemar 10
Rebs: Kiala 13
Asts: Gildo, Ndoniema 2
Pts: Orelik, Motiejunas 23
Rebs: Slezas 8
Asts: Simkevicus 5
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: David Chambon (FRA), Arnolfo Bermeo (PHI), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ)
4 July 2009
13:30
Angola  49–86  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 8-24, 10-22, 22-24, 9-16
Pts: Kiala 13
Rebs: Josemar 10
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Rosario 28
Rebs: C.Sosa 11
Asts: Bonefont, Fontan 3
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Jakub Zamojski (POL), Richard Stehlik (CAN), Dallas Pickering (NZL)
4 July 2009
19:30
Lithuania  85–70  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 19-17, 21-20, 18-23, 27-10
Pts: Motiejunas 28
Rebs: Motiejunas 15
Asts: Cizauskas 8
Pts: Sloukas, Mantzaris 14
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Sloukas
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Sasa Pukl (SLO), Sinisa Herceg (CRO), Scott Beker (AUS)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 United States 3 3 0 289 165 +124 6
 France 3 2 1 243 195 +48 5
 Egypt 3 1 2 206 305 −99 4
 Iran 3 0 3 214 287 −73 3
2 July 2009
10:00
Iran  55–106  United States
Scoring by quarter: 13-30, 14-25, 14-28, 14-23
Pts: Hassanzadeh 17
Rebs: Hassanzadeh 6
Asts: Honarmand 3
Pts: Taylor 13
Rebs: Shurna 10
Asts: Gibbs, Miller 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Sinisa Herceg (CRO), Arnolfo Bermeo (PHI), Vitalis Gode (KEN)
2 July 2009
17:00
France  102–56  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 25-12, 22-9, 24-13, 31-22
Pts: Leonard, Lang 20
Rebs: Leonard 10
Asts: Albicy 5
Pts: Elsayed 15
Rebs: Abdelkader 6
Asts: Z.Mohamed, O.Mohamed 2
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Richard Stehlik (CAN), Dallas Pickering (NZL)
3 July 2009
10:00
United States  71–55  France
Scoring by quarter: 19-10, 16-10, 24-17, 12-18
Pts: Curry 12
Rebs: Moultrie 8
Asts: Taylor 5
Pts: Tanghe 16
Rebs: Albicy, Lang 8
Asts: Lang 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Scott Beker (AUS), Juan Fernandez (ARG)
3 July 2009
10:00
Egypt  95–91 (OT)  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 19-19, 19-28, 19-20, 27-17, Overtime: 11-7
Pts: Gendy 30
Rebs: Gendy 13
Asts: Gendy 4
Pts: Salmani 24
Rebs: Kazemi 18
Asts: Amjad 7
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Tomas Jasevicius (LTU), Luis Vasquez (PUR)
4 July 2009
11:00
United States  112–55  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 33-11, 29-13, 24-17, 26-14
Pts: Gibbs 18
Rebs: Miller 9
Asts: Gibbs 6
Pts: Oraby 15
Rebs: Oraby 8
Asts: Mobarak 4
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Yuji Higashi (JPN), Carlos Júlio (ANG), Roberto Diaz (CRC)
4 July 2009
17:00
France  86–68  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 21-23, 20-9, 26-19, 19-17
Pts: Jacques 17
Rebs: Jacques 12
Asts: Albicy 6
Pts: Salmani 25
Rebs: Kazemi 10
Asts: Kazemi 5
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Olegs Latisevs (LAT), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Carlos Dueñas (COL)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Australia 3 3 0 253 193 +60 6
 Spain 3 2 1 223 197 +26 5
 Canada 3 1 2 251 223 +28 4
 Syria 3 0 3 160 274 −114 3
2 July 2009
12:30
Spain  79–53  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 23-14, 13-11, 26-13, 17-15
Pts: Santana 16
Rebs: Sosa 8
Asts: Hernandez 4
Pts: Al Samman 13
Rebs: Al-Hamwi 7
Asts: three players 2
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ), Carlos Júlio (ANG)
2 July 2009
17:00
Canada  77–88  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 18-24, 16-18, 22-24, 21-22
Pts: Arop 27
Rebs: Arop 11
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Ellis 25
Rebs: Young 9
Asts: Dellavedova 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Jakub Zamojski (POL), David Chambon (FRA)
3 July 2009
12:30
Syria  53–99  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 13-23, 18-14, 11-36, 11-26
Pts: Adribe 12
Rebs: Adribe 5
Asts: Al Nour 2
Pts: three players 13
Rebs: Baker, Thompson 10
Asts: Nurse 6
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Sinisa Herceg (CRO), Dallas Pickering (NZL), Olegs Latisevs (LAT)
3 July 2009
17:00
Australia  69–62  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 20-11, 13-12, 22-18, 14-21
Pts: Broekhoff 16
Rebs: Broekhoff 7
Asts: Dellavedova 3
Pts: Vicens 17
Rebs: Muñoz 8
Asts: Pérez 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Sasa Pukl (SLO), Jeffrey Collins (USA), Yuji Higashi (JPN)
4 July 2009
11:00
Syria  54–96  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 12-17, 17-26, 15-19, 10-24
Pts: Asfirh 20
Rebs: Bawadekji 6
Asts: Al Jabe 3
Pts: Hodgson 17
Rebs: Arnott 8
Asts: Arnott 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Juan Fernandez (ARG), Vitalis Gode (KEN)
4 July 2009
17:00
Canada  75–82  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 12-23, 21-15, 20-24, 22-20
Pts: Arop 17
Rebs: Olynyk 13
Asts: Olynyk, Nurse 2
Pts: Pérez 29
Rebs: Vicens 5
Asts: Santana 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luis Vazquez (PUR), Tomas Jasevicius (LTU), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Croatia 3 3 0 258 209 +49 6
 Argentina 3 2 1 227 208 +19 5
 Kazakhstan 3 1 2 233 285 −52 4
 New Zealand 3 0 3 219 235 −16 3
2 July 2009
10:00
Croatia  104–74  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 26-16, 32-22, 20-17, 26-19
Pts: Prostran 23
Rebs: Bilinovac 8
Asts: Prostran 6
Pts: Tyutyunik 21
Rebs: Zhigulin 9
Asts: Ismail 5
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Luis Vazquez (PUR), Scott Beker (AUS), Carlos Dueñas (COL)
2 July 2009
20:30
Argentina  66–64  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 17-16, 14-19, 15-14, 20-15
Pts: Nocedal 21
Rebs: Fernández 8
Asts: Fernández 4
Pts: Ruscoe 22
Rebs: Prewster 8
Asts: Loe 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Sasa Pukl (SLO), Tomas Jasevicius (LTU), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW)
3 July 2009
12:30
Kazakhstan  69–98  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 11-21, 20-24, 19-21, 19-32
Pts: Tyutyunik 23
Rebs: Tyutyunik 9
Asts: Tuleu 6
Pts: González 16
Rebs: Rasio 12
Asts: Fernández 5
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Roberto José Diaz (CRC), Vitalis Gode (KEN)
3 July 2009
19:30
New Zealand  72–79  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 16-18, 15-20, 24-24, 17-17
Pts: Edwards 29
Rebs: Edwards 9
Asts: Van Beek 5
Pts: Delaš 31
Rebs: Delaš 14
Asts: Prostran 6
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Richard Stehlik(CAN), Jakub Zamojski (POL), Carlos Júlio (ANG)
4 July 2009
13:30
Croatia  75–63  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 8-18, 21-6, 29-20, 17-19
Pts: Delaš 27
Rebs: Zubčić 9
Asts: Batur 3
Pts: Rasio, Nocedal 11
Rebs: Rasio, Glinberg 7
Asts: Fernández 5
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Jeffrey Collins (USA), Arnolfo Bermeo (PHI)
4 July 2009
19:30
New Zealand  83–90  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 22-19, 20-27, 25-14, 16-30
Pts: Ruscoe, Loe 20
Rebs: Edwards 7
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Arsenyev 27
Rebs: Tyutyunik 8
Asts: Ismail 8
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), David Chambon (FRA)

Eighth-final round[edit]

Times given below are in New Zealand Standard Time (UTC+12).

Results between preliminary groupmates carry over.

Group E[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 United States 6 6 0 532 364 +168 12
 Greece 6 4 2 523 457 +66 10 1−0
 Puerto Rico 6 4 2 514 471 +43 10 0−1
 France 6 3 3 499 439 +60 9 1−0
 Lithuania 6 3 3 503 440 +63 9 0−1
 Egypt 6 1 5 409 598 −189 7
6 July 2009
17:00
France  89–90  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 27-21, 9-26, 27-16, 26-27
Pts: Albicy 28
Rebs: Leonard 9
Asts: Albicy 3
Pts: Rosario 54
Rebs: Rosario, C.Sosa 7
Asts: Young 5
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Sinisa Herceg (CRO), Scott Beker (AUS), Carlos Júlio (ANG)
6 July 2009
19:30
Egypt  73–94  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 25-27, 15-15, 11-28, 22-24
Pts: Gendy 26
Rebs: Gendy 9
Asts: Okasha 3
Pts: Bertasius 24
Rebs: Motiejunas 10
Asts: Cizauskas 10
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Jakub Zamojski (POL), Olegs Latisevs (LAT), Vitalis Gode (KEN)
6 July 2009
19:30
United States  85–69  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 18-17, 23-19, 22-17, 22-16
Pts: Thompkins 22
Rebs: Curry 6
Asts: Mack, Thompson 3
Pts: Pappas 11
Rebs: four players 4
Asts: Pappas 4
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Richard Stehlik (CAN), Dallas Pickering (NZL)
7 July 2009
17:00
Greece  100–59  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 37-17, 22-5, 17-14, 24-23
Pts: Pappas 18
Rebs: Karathanasis 9
Asts: Kaselakis 5
Pts: Elsayed 16
Rebs: Oraby 10
Asts: O.Mohamed 2
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Sinisa Herceg (CRO), Scott Beker (AUS), Vitalis Gode (KEN)
7 July 2009
17:00
Lithuania  78–95  France
Scoring by quarter: 18-23, 16-34, 28-19, 16-19
Pts: Drungilas 24
Rebs: Drungilas 9
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Leonard 22
Rebs: Ramassamy 11
Asts: Albicy 6
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Roberto José Diaz (CRC), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW)
7 July 2009
19:30
Puerto Rico  61–82  United States
Scoring by quarter: 13-20, 6-23, 21-17, 21-22
Pts: Fontan 16
Rebs: Nirenberg 13
Asts: Fontan 4
Pts: Thompkins 14
Rebs: Thompkins 9
Asts: Taylor 5
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Juan Fernandez (ARG), Arsen Andryushkin (KAZ)
7 July 2009
11:00
Egypt  71–99  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 16-27, 14-25, 20-29, 21-18
Pts: Gendy 22
Rebs: Oraby 9
Asts: Gendy 3
Pts: Rosario 22
Rebs: Vazquez, C.Sosa 7
Asts: Fontan 10
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Sasa Pukl (SLO), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW), Arnolfo Bermeo (PHI)
8 July 2009
13:30
France  72–76  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 13-21, 14-21, 13-18, 32-16
Pts: Bourhis 17
Rebs: Leonard 8
Asts: Albicy 6
Pts: Pappas 20
Rebs: Kaselakis, Papanikolaou 9
Asts: Sloukas 5
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Juan Fernandez (ARG), Olegs Latisevs (LAT), Yuji Higashi (JPN)
8 July 2009
19:30
United States  76–69  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 18-16, 18-20, 19-15, 21-18
Pts: Taylor 13
Rebs: Hayward 8
Asts: Taylor 4
Pts: Slezas 21
Rebs: Slezas 12
Asts: Cizauskas 5
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Carlos Dueñas (COL), Scott Beker (AUS)

Group F[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Australia 6 6 0 495 386 109 12
 Croatia 6 5 1 506 437 69 11
 Argentina 6 3 3 441 426 15 9 1−1 / 1.049
 Canada 6 3 3 503 433 70 9 1−1 / 1.022
 Spain 6 3 3 471 451 20 9 1−1 / 0.940
 Kazakhstan 6 1 5 428 581 −153 7
6 July 2009
11:00
Croatia  83–77  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 18-11, 25-20, 7-23, 33-23
Pts: Prostran 29
Rebs: Zubčić 11
Asts: Prostran 6
Pts: Joseph 24
Rebs: Joseph, Baker 8
Asts: Joseph 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Yuji Higashi (JPN), Roberto José Diaz (CRC)
6 July 2009
13:30
Argentina  92–75  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 24-22, 14-20, 21-15, 33-18
Pts: Nocedal 22
Rebs: Rasio 13
Asts: González 7
Pts: Pérez 19
Rebs: Vicens 9
Asts: Pérez 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIBA), David Chambon (FRA), Luis Vazquez (PUR)
6 July 2009
17:00
Kazakhstan  54–87  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 9-22, 13-21, 18-27, 14-17
Pts: Tyutyunik 20
Rebs: Akhmet, Zhigulin 7
Asts: Tuleu 6
Pts: Motum, Cadee 17
Rebs: Hodgson 12
Asts: Cadee, Broekhoff 3
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Arnolfo Bermeo (PHI), Mohammad Alamiri (KUW)
7 July 2009
11:00
Spain  72–91  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 14-18, 16-20, 28-21, 14-32
Pts: Vicens 18
Rebs: Vicens 9
Asts: Pérez 5
Pts: Radošević 22
Rebs: Zubčić 12
Asts: Prostran 7
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Jeffrey Collins (USA), Elias Koromilas (GRE), Carlos Dueñas (COL)
7 July 2009
13:30
Australia  76–65  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 25-9, 23-26, 12-19, 16-11
Pts: three players 16
Rebs: Ellis 8
Asts: Page 3
Pts: González 14
Rebs: Rasio 9
Asts: Fernández 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Sasa Pukl (SLO), Jakub Zamojski (POL), Olegs Latisevs (LAT)
7 July 2009
19:30
Canada  108–70  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 30-18, 22-21, 28-15, 28-16
Pts: Nurse 25
Rebs: Baker 10
Asts: Nurse 3
Pts: Tyutyunik 19
Rebs: Zhigulin 6
Asts: Ismail 8
ASB Stadium, Auckland
Referees: David Chambon (FRA), Tomas Jasevicius (LTU), Dallas Pickering (NZL)
8 July 2009
11:00
Kazakhstan  71–101  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 16-27, 15-24, 20-27, 20-23
Pts: Zhigulin 13
Rebs: Zhigulin 8
Asts: Tuleu 4
Pts: Santana 26
Rebs: Gil 13
Asts: Hernandez 7
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Jakub Zamojski (POL), Roberto Diaz (CRC)
8 July 2009
13:30
Argentina  57–67  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 17-21, 17-15, 11-18, 12-13
Pts: Rasio 14
Rebs: Rasio 7
Asts: Fernández, Cortes 2
Pts: Joseph 20
Rebs: Olynyk 7
Asts: Olynyk 3
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: Jeffrey Collins (USA), Elias Koromilas (GRE), Carlos Júlio (ANG)
8 July 2009
17:00
Croatia  74–79  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 24-19, 13-15, 17-21, 20-24
Pts: Zubčić, Prostran 14
Rebs: Zubčić 8
Asts: Prostran 4
Pts: Dellavedova 17
Rebs: Cadee 7
Asts: three players 2
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland
Referees: David Chambon (FRA), Richard Stehlik (CAN), Tomas Jasevicius (LTU)

Knockout round[edit]

Championship[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
July 10 – Auckland        
  Greece  86
July 11 – Auckland
  Argentina  60  
  Greece  84
July 10 – Auckland
    Australia  69  
  France  73
July 12 – Auckland
  Australia  79  
  Greece  80
July 10 – Auckland
    United States  88
  Puerto Rico  78
July 11 – Auckland
  Croatia  91  
  Croatia  77 Third place
July 10 – Auckland
    United States  81  
  United States  93   Australia  81
  Canada  73     Croatia  87
July 12 – Auckland

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
July 11 – Auckland
   Argentina  92  
  France  84  
 
July 12 – Auckland
       Argentina  92
    Puerto Rico  70
Seventh place
July 11 – Auckland July 12 – Auckland
   Puerto Rico  67    France  74
  Canada  65     Canada  82

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Ninth place
July 10 – Auckland
   Lithuania  113  
  Kazakhstan  79  
 
July 11 – Auckland
       Lithuania  88
    Spain  64
Eleventh place
July 10 – Auckland July 11 – Auckland
   Egypt  73    Kazakhstan  78
  Spain  88     Egypt  86

13th–16th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Thirteenth place
July 6 – Auckland
   Angola  62  
  Iran  53  
 
July 7 – Auckland
       Angola  54
    New Zealand  62
Fifteenth place
July 6 – Auckland July 7 – Auckland
   Syria  75    Iran  93
  New Zealand  93     Syria  53

Quarterfinals[edit]

July 10
13:30
Greece  86–60  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 25-17, 16-15, 18-10, 27-18
Pts: Kaselakis 20
Rebs: Kaselakis 8
Asts: Papantoniou 5
Pts: Ramírez 10
Rebs: Ramírez, Landoni, Rasio 6
Asts: González 2
July 10
16:00
France  73–79  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 20-17, 15-28, 18-13, 20-21
Pts: Leonard 22
Rebs: Leonard 13
Asts: Bourhis 4
Pts: Dellavedova 18
Rebs: Ellis 10
Asts: Ellis, Young 3
July 10
18:15
Puerto Rico  78–91  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 19-20, 14-25, 24-19, 21-27
Pts: Rosario 25
Rebs: López, Rosario 7
Asts: Fontan 4
Pts: Zubčić 27
Rebs: Delaš 10
Asts: Prostran 8
July 10
20:30
United States  93–73  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 25-15, 26-21, 21-18, 21-19
Pts: Hayward 20
Rebs: Moultrie 11
Asts: Taylor 7
Pts: Thompson 18
Rebs: Thompson 8
Asts: Nurse, Joseph 3

Semifinals[edit]

July 6
11:00
13th–16th
Angola  62–53  Iran
Scoring by quarter: 11-23, 14-11, 25-9, 12-10
Pts: Ferreira 19
Rebs: Kiala 20
Asts: Antonio 5
Pts: Kazemi 19
Rebs: Kazemi 20
Asts: Salmani, Kazemi 2
July 6
13:30
13th–16th
Syria  75–93  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 21-33, 20-18, 12-28, 22-14
Pts: Al-Jabe 15
Rebs: Adribe, Gneed 5
Asts: Al-Jabe, Gneed 2
Pts: Loe 25
Rebs: Loe 9
Asts: Loe 4
July 10
9:00
9th–12th
Lithuania  113–79  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 33-11, 26-28, 32-21, 22-19
Pts: Bendžius 21
Rebs: Orelik 11
Asts: Sapiega 6
Pts: Tyutyunik 20
Rebs: Tyutyunik, Zhigulin 6
Asts: Ismail 3
July 10
11:15
9th–12th
Egypt  73–88  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 20-16, 17-27, 16-22, 20-23
Pts: Abdelhalim 17
Rebs: Oraby 12
Asts: Ashmawy 4
Pts: Vicens 18
Rebs: Gil 11
Asts: Santana 5
July 11
13:30
5th–8th
Argentina  92–84  France
Scoring by quarter: 15-22, 23-22, 26-25, 28-15
Pts: Nocedal 20
Rebs: Rasio 13
Asts: Laprovittola 4
Pts: Albicy 24
Rebs: Leonard 7
Asts: Albicy 6
July 11
16:00
5th–8th
Puerto Rico  67–65  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 18-20, 16-15, 20-12, 13-18
Pts: Fontan 16
Rebs: López 10
Asts: Fontan 4
Pts: Arop 20
Rebs: Baker, Thompson 11
Asts: Baker 3
July 11
18:15
Semis
Greece  84–69  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 24-18, 22-15, 21-14, 17-22
Pts: Pappas 19
Rebs: Kaselakis 13
Asts: Mantzaris 6
Pts: Page 15
Rebs: Young 10
Asts: Dellavedova 3
July 11
20:30
Semis
Croatia  77–81  United States
Scoring by quarter: 16-22, 17-24, 26-11, 18-24
Pts: Delaš 17
Rebs: Zubčić 8
Asts: Prostran 7
Pts: Hayward 15
Rebs: Thompkins 9
Asts: Taylor, Mack 3

Finals[edit]

July 7
11:00
15th/16th
Iran  93–53  Syria
Scoring by quarter: 25-20, 26-11, 30-6, 12-16
Pts: Amjad 29
Rebs: Farman 11
Asts: Falahat 7
Pts: Al-Jabe 14
Rebs: Osaifira 9
Asts: Al-Jabe, Al-Shatti 2
July 7
13:30
13th/14th
Angola  54–62  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 10-15, 11-16, 12-12, 21-19
Pts: Kiala 16
Rebs: Kiala 12
Asts: Ndoniema 4
Pts: Ruscoe 20
Rebs: Loe 9
Asts: Ruscoe, Prewster 3
July 11
9:00
11th/12th
Kazakhstan  78–86  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 18-19, 25-13, 15-27, 20-27
Pts: Tyutyunik 20
Rebs: Zhigulin 13
Asts: Ismail 5
Pts: Abdelhalim 32
Rebs: Abdelhalim 14
Asts: Mobarak 4
July 11
11:15
9th/10th
Lithuania  88–64  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 21-13, 24-22, 21-14
Pts: Orelik 30
Rebs: Orelik 9
Asts: Sapiega 6
Pts: Sosa 13
Rebs: Vicens 10
Asts: Pérez 5
July 12
11:00
7th/8th
France  74–82  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 20-21, 15-17, 18-19, 21-25
Pts: Lang 19
Rebs: Leonard 8
Asts: Albicy 5
Pts: Joseph 18
Rebs: Olynyk 14
Asts: Joseph, Olynyk 3
July 12
13:30
5th/6th
Argentina  92–70  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 21-15, 20-15, 25-25, 26-15
Pts: Landoni 17
Rebs: Fernández, Rasio 8
Asts: Fernández, Laprovittola 7
Pts: Rosario 21
Rebs: López 6
Asts: Fontan 7
July 12
17:00
3rd/4th
Australia  81–87  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 20-28, 25-18, 15-20, 21-21
Pts: Young 15
Rebs: Broekhoff 7
Asts: Dellavedova 4
Pts: Delaš 28
Rebs: Prostran 7
Asts: Prostran 4
July 12
19:30
Final
Greece  80–88  United States
Scoring by quarter: 19-19, 11-27, 21-14, 29-28
Pts: Sloukas 17
Rebs: Kaselakis 6
Asts: Sloukas 4
Pts: Taylor 18
Rebs: Moultrie 9
Asts: Taylor 6

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  United States
Silver medal icon.svg  Greece
Bronze medal icon.svg  Croatia
4th  Australia
5th  Argentina
6th  Puerto Rico
7th  Canada
8th  France
9th  Lithuania
10th  Spain
11th  Egypt
12th  Kazakhstan
13th  New Zealand
14th  Angola
15th  Iran
16th  Syria

Awards[edit]

 2009 Under-19 World Championship Winner 

United States
Fourth title
Most Valuable Player
Croatia Mario Delaš

All-Tournament Team

Statistical leaders[edit]

External links[edit]