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16.07.2005 -

Belgrade has long been considered one of the basketball hotbeds of Europe.

That was reconfirmed early Saturday night when Serbia & Montenegro edged Croatia in the U18 European Championship Men in a packed gym.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

5th

80.3 PTS

8th

36.9 RT

4th

13.4 AS

10th

76.3 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

4th

13.4 AS

10th

76.3 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

F
2.00
09.02.1987
Zagreb (CRO)  

5

G
1.92
14.01.1987
Sinj (CRO)  

6

GF
1.96
24.04.1987
Sibenik (CRO)  

7

PF
2.04
06.02.1987
Split (CRO)  

8

PF
2.05
13.08.1987
Rijeka (CRO)  

9

G
1.95
27.10.1987
Osijek (CRO)  

10

SF
2.00
16.08.1987
Rijeka (CRO)  

11

PG
1.92
07.05.1988
Skopje (MKD)  

12

F
1.97
30.04.1987
Split (CRO)  

13

FC
2.10
23.06.1987
Vinkovci (CRO)  

14

C
2.17
17.02.1987
Dubrovnik (CRO)  

15

C
2.00
04.12.1987
Slav.Pozega (CRO)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

Croatia
vs
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SCHEDULE

15.07.2005
vs TUR
[L] 67-82
16.07.2005
vs SCG
[L] 89-94
17.07.2005
vs POL
[L] 66-69
19.07.2005
vs GER
[W] 89-68
20.07.2005
vs BEL
[W] 94-62
21.07.2005
vs SLO
[L] 59-69
23.07.2005
vs LTU
[L] 82-88
24.07.2005
vs BUL
[W] 96-78

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Lipovecka 1 / III, 10110
Zagreb, CRO
Tel.: +385 (1) 368 89 50
Staff
President: Ivan Suker
Secretary General: Zeljko Draksic
Press contact: Lidija Pleic

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