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14.09.2003 - By PA International

Lithuania clinched their third European Championship title and first since the break-up of the Soviet Union with a 93-84 victory over Spain on Sunday night.

The Baltic giants, who won gold medals in 1937 and 1939, produced another outstanding team performance in Sweden to deny Spain their first ever gold medal in the championships.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

2nd

84.3 PTS

2nd

33.0 RT

8th

10.0 AS

3rd

73.0 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

8th

10.0 AS

3rd

73.0 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PF
2.15
06.07.1980
Barcelone (ESP)  

5

F
1.94
14.07.1978
Barcelona (ESP)  

6

G
1.80
23.09.1974
Barcelone (ESP)  

7

SG
1.92
13.06.1980
Barcelone (ESP)  

8

PG
1.92
28.09.1981
Villanueva Serena (ESP)  

9

C
2.06
16.03.1980
Cordoba (ESP)  

10

F
2.04
10.02.1976
Madrid (ESP)  

11

G
2.00
20.04.1969
Madrid (ESP)  

12

G
2.00
26.11.1976
Madrid (ESP)  

13

C
2.11
25.09.1980
Madrid (ESP)  

14

C
2.02
19.09.1971
Córdoba (ESP)  

15

F
2.04
19.12.1977
Madrid (ESP)  

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

05.09.2003
vs SWE
[W] 99-52
06.09.2003
vs RUS
[W] 89-77
07.09.2003
vs SCG
[W] 75-67
11.09.2003
vs ISR
[W] 78-64
13.09.2003
vs ITA
[W] 81-79
14.09.2003
vs LTU
[L] 84-93

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Staff
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Secretary General: Luis Gimenez Martinez
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