NEWS

29.08.2003
The 1995 European Championship - An Interview with Sarunas Marciulionis
The final of the 1995 European Championship in Athens is widely regarded as one of the most exciting final games in recent history. As a spectacle for basketball fans, it had everything from the participation of 2 great basketball teams (Lithuania and Yugoslavia) to an outstanding individual performance (42 points from Alexander Djordevic on 9/12 3-point shooting) and generally contained all the ingredients that create a classic sports event.

SCOREBOARD

Qualifying Round

 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Ukraine55/0472/34610
2. Lithuania54/1507/4289
3. Netherlands53/2444/4048
4. Iceland52/3424/4437
5. Austria51/4401/4726
6. Scotland50/5348/5035
Austria   Lithuania
94116
35-39   59-77  
Scotland   Iceland
7881
37-43   41-38  
Ukraine   Netherlands
9266
38-39   54-27  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Hungary65/1524/39911
2. Finland65/1529/47911
3. Romania64/2537/48110
4. England64/2489/43610
5. Belarus62/4504/5158
6. Albania61/5463/5787
7. Luxembourg60/6446/6046
Albania   Luxembourg
9380
46-41   47-39  
England   Finland
6769
41-36   26-33  
Hungary   Belarus
9582
49-54   46-28  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Slovak Republic55/0429/33910
2. Czechoslovakia54/1465/3609
3. Poland53/2447/3368
4. Portugal52/3421/4277
5. Switzerland51/4331/4376
6. Cyprus50/5337/5315
Switzerland   Cyprus
7873
34-37   44-36  
Poland   Czechoslovakia
7880
41-46   37-34  
Slovak Republic   Portugal
10271
56-41   46-30  

FINAL STANDINGS

 Team
1.flagYugoslavia
2.flagLithuania
3.flagCroatia
4.flagGreece
5.flagItaly
6.flagSpain
7.flagRussia
8.flagFrance
9.flagIsrael
10.flagGermany
11.flagSweden
12.flagSlovenia
13.flagTurkey
14.flagFinland