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25.09.2005 - By David Hein

Germany's Dirk Nowitzki claimed the Most Valuable Player award at the 2005 EuroBasket and topped the competition's All-Tournament team.

Nowitzki won the honour - voted by international media representatives at Belgrade Arena - for leading Germany to Sunday's final against Greece. The Dallas Mavericks star went into the final as the tournament's leading scorer (26.7 ppg) and second-leading rebounder (10.8 rpg) and shot blocker (1.8 blpg).

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

10th

70.7 PTS

7th

33.9 RT

9th

10.7 AS

3rd

66.0 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

9th

10.7 AS

3rd

66.0 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth
Current club

4

G
1.80
10.05.1978
Berlin (GER)  
ALBA Berlin

5

G
1.92
18.03.1977
Ochsenfurt (GER)  
Napoli (ITA)

6

SG
1.85
15.06.1979
Ford Hood, TX (USA)  
Leverkusen

7

G
1.97
06.12.1976
Sarajevo (BIH)  
RheinEnergie Köln

8

G
1.96
07.05.1973
Mainz (GER)  
Leverkusen

9

PG
1.80
20.11.1976
Heidelberg (GER)  
Frankfurt

10

G
1.93
07.07.1982
Berlin (GER)  
Roesto (ITA)

11

PF
2.06
11.07.1978
Bamberg (GER)  
Milano (ITA)

12

C
2.06
15.02.1972
Hannover (GER)  
Roseto (ITA)

13

C
2.15
04.03.1975
Hamburg (GER)  
Panathinaikos (GRE)

14

PF
2.13
19.06.1978
Würzburg (GER)  
Dallas Mavericks (NBA)

15

C
2.15
20.10.1978
Freiburg (GER)  
Sevilla (ESP)

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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

16.09.2005
vs ITA
[L] 82-84
17.09.2005
vs UKR
[W] 84-58
18.09.2005
vs RUS
[W] 51-50
20.09.2005
vs TUR
[W] 66-57
23.09.2005
vs SLO
[W] 76-62
24.09.2005
vs ESP
[W] 74-73
25.09.2005
vs GRE
[L] 62-78

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