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26.07.2007 -

Latvia beat Ukraine 73-58 to earn their first victory of the qualifying round in Rethimnon today.

The result means that the two teams who, prior to the game were with Israel the only sides without a win in the qualifying round, will finish bottom of Group F and play for places 9 through to 12 over the weekend.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

13th

60.8 PTS

7th

41.3 RT

11th

10.1 AS

14th

73.0 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

11th

10.1 AS

14th

73.0 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PG
1.82
05.08.1991
Bendery (MDA)  

5

SG
1.93
14.09.1991
Mykolaiv (UKR)  

6

SG
2.01
09.10.1991
Kharkiv (UKR)  

7

G
1.89
11.09.1991
Zhytomir (UKR)  

8

PG
1.86
11.08.1991
Odessa (UKR)  

9

PG
1.81
16.06.1991
Lviv Region (UKR)  

10

PF
1.98
07.02.1991
Kherson (UKR)  

11

SF
1.90
15.04.1991
Kiev Region (UKR)  

12

PF
1.99
22.03.1991
Donetsk (UKR)  

13

C
2.03
14.04.1991
Chita (RUS)  

14

C
2.07
19.04.1992
Ivano-Frankovsk (UKR)  

15

C
2.08
20.02.1991
Vinnytsa (UKR)  

COACHES

Head Coach:
Assistant Coach:

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

Ukraine
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SCHEDULE

20.07.2007
vs LTU
[L] 51-103
21.07.2007
vs TUR
[L] 56-91
22.07.2007
vs POR
[W] 67-55
24.07.2007
vs GRE
[L] 64-80
25.07.2007
vs CRO
[L] 62-84
26.07.2007
vs LAT
[L] 58-73
28.07.2007
vs GEO
[W] 71-40
29.07.2007
vs LAT
[L] 57-58

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Palace of Sports (3rd Floor) 1, Sports Square, 01001
Kiev, UKR
Tel.: +380 (44) 2398608
Email: fbu@ln.ua
Staff
President: Mykhailo Brodskyi
Secretary General: Volodymyr Drabikovskyi

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