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10.08.2006 -

Ukraine revived their semi-final hopes and ended Poland's with a 69-55 victory in their last quarter-final Group F game.

Having been beaten in their opening two group games by the Czech Republic and Lithuania, Ukraine needed to win to stand any chance of making the final four.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

12th

59.5 PTS

15th

28.6 RT

11th

8.8 AS

8th

64.4 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

11th

8.8 AS

8th

64.4 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

C
1.93
15.02.1990
Warszawa (POL)  

5

SG
1.78
04.05.1990
Santa Maria Capua Vetere (ITA)  

6

G
1.74
17.05.1990
Gorzow (POL)  

7

FC
1.84
31.01.1990
Sydney (AUS)  

8

PF
1.87
27.07.1990
Siedlce (POL)  

9

SF
1.86
06.04.1990
Frankfurt am Main (GER)  

10

GF
1.83
14.07.1990
Nisko (POL)  

11

SF
1.83
27.01.1990
Poznan (POL)  

12

PF
1.88
26.05.1990
Kraków (POL)  

13

SG
1.80
01.09.1991
Kraków (POL)  

14

C
1.88
01.12.1990
Lesnica (POL)  

15

GF
1.83
14.03.1990
Zyrardów (POL)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

04.08.2006
vs HUN
[W] 63-54
05.08.2006
vs SCG
[W] 71-62
06.08.2006
vs SVK
[L] 56-69
08.08.2006
vs LTU
[W] 73-58
09.08.2006
vs CZE
[L] 50-85
10.08.2006
vs UKR
[L] 55-69
12.08.2006
vs BLR
[W] 71-62
13.08.2006
vs FRA
[L] 37-56

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Erazma Ciolka 10, 01-402
Warsaw, POL
Tel.: +48 (22) 836 38 00
Staff
President: Grzegorz Bachanski
Secretary General: Jacek Jakubowski
Press contact: Adam Romanski

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