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29.08.2003
The 1995 European Championship - An Interview with Sarunas Marciulionis
The final of the 1995 European Championship in Athens is widely regarded as one of the most exciting final games in recent history. As a spectacle for basketball fans, it had everything from the participation of 2 great basketball teams (Lithuania and Yugoslavia) to an outstanding individual performance (42 points from Alexander Djordevic on 9/12 3-point shooting) and generally contained all the ingredients that create a classic sports event.

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
 Miroslav Beric 2.00 20.01.1973 Belgrade (SRB)  
 Dejan Koturovic 2.10 31.03.1972 Belgrade (SRB)  
 Zoran Sretenovic   05.08.1964 Belgrade 
 Dejan Tomasevic 2.08 06.05.1973 Belgrade (SRB)  
 4Dejan Bodiroga 2.03 02.03.1973 Zrenjanin (SRB)  
 5Predrag Danilovic 2.02 26.02.1970 Sarajevo (BIH)  
 6Sasa Obradovic 1.96 29.01.1969 Belgrade (SRB)  
 8Zarko Paspalj   27.03.1966 Pljevlja 
10Aleksander Djordjevic 1.88 26.08.1967 Belgrade (SRB)  
11Zeljko Rebraca 2.11 09.04.1972 Apatin (SRB)  
12Vlade Divac 2.16 03.02.1968 Prijepolje (SRB)  
13Zoran Savic   18.11.1966 Zenica (BIH)  

Team

Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSP. Danilovic17.4
RTV. Divac6.3
ASA. Djordjevic3.3
STS. Obradovic1.4

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

21.06.1995vs GRE[W] 84-80
23.06.1995vs LTU[W] 70-61
24.06.1995vs ITA[W] 87-74
26.06.1995vs SWE[W] 85-58
27.06.1995vs ISR[W] 72-59
28.06.1995vs GER[W] 92-79
30.06.1995vs FRA[W] 104-86
01.07.1995vs GRE[W] 60-52
02.07.1995vs LTU[W] 96-90

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