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17.07.2004 -

Lithuania expected to go to the top 8 of the championship, but after failing to finish in the top 4 of Group B, it was successful in achieving the closest possible ranking to its goal. In the battle for the 9th place Lithuania beat Bulgaria in a game that was decided already after 3 quarters.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

5th

82.2 PTS

1st

48.4 RT

6th

13.6 AS

7th

70.6 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

6th

13.6 AS

7th

70.6 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  

5

SF
1.98
09.03.1987
Botevgrad (BUL)  

6

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  

7

C
2.12
26.08.1987
Sofia (BUL)  

8

SG
1.92
17.03.1987
Yambol (BUL)  

9

PF
2.00
06.01.1986
Plovdiv (BUL)  

10

SF
1.98
02.06.1986
Shumen (BUL)  

11

SF
1.94
10.06.1986
Shumen (BUL)  

12

SF
1.98
21.07.1986
Sofia (BUL)  

13

PG
1.85
11.01.1986
Pleven (BUL)  

14

PG
1.86
03.05.1986
Vidin (BUL)  

15

PG
1.82
03.03.1986
Troyan (BUL)  

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SCHEDULE

01.04.2004
vs ISR
[W] 77-67
02.04.2004
vs POR
[W] 85-62
03.04.2004
vs RUS
[L] 73-79
04.04.2004
vs GRE
[L] 88-91
05.04.2004
vs EST
[W] 88-54

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Vasil Levski Blvd. 75,, 1142
Sofia, BUL
Tel.: +359 (2) 986 48 16
Staff
President: Georgi Glushkov
Secretary General: Eleonora Rangelova
Press contact: Eleonora Rangelova

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