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07.08.2008 -

Serbia made it to the semi-finals of the tournament after a big 97-70 win over the local team of Latvia in Group F.

The Serbs took the first spot in the group with a 4-1 record, while Latvia, after two great wins on the previous days, dropped to 2-3 and will play the 9-12 classification games.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

6th

77.0 PTS

10th

35.6 RT

3rd

16.8 AS

5th

73.1 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

3rd

16.8 AS

5th

73.1 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PG
1.91
01.09.1989
Talsi (LAT)  

5

PG
1.85
03.10.1989
Riga (LAT)  

6

G
1.86
19.10.1989
Valmiera (LAT)  

7

PG
1.92
16.05.1988
Riga (LAT)  

8

SG
1.90
22.02.1988
Talsi (LAT)  

9

SG
1.92
09.09.1989
Valmiera (LAT)  

10

SF
1.97
17.07.1988
Riga (LAT)  

11

PF
2.10
21.01.1988
Gulbene (LAT)  

12

C
2.07
08.11.1988
Dobele (LAT)  

13

PF
2.04
12.06.1988
Ogre (LAT)  

14

C
2.07
13.06.1988
Preili (LAT)  

15

SF
1.95
11.05.1988
Saldus (LAT)  

COACHES

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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

01.08.2008
vs BUL
[W] 95-67
02.08.2008
vs ESP
[L] 46-60
03.08.2008
vs MNE
[L] 64-77
05.08.2008
vs FRA
[W] 96-73
06.08.2008
vs RUS
[W] 68-55
07.08.2008
vs SRB
[L] 70-97
09.08.2008
vs ISR
[L] 83-86
10.08.2008
vs CRO
[W] 94-70

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Skanstes Street 54, LV1013
Riga, LAT
Tel.: +371 (67) 292 087
Staff
President: Valdis Voins
Secretary General: Edgars Sneps
Press contact: Arturs Portnovs

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