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17.07.2004 -

Lithuania expected to go to the top 8 of the championship, but after failing to finish in the top 4 of Group B, it was successful in achieving the closest possible ranking to its goal. In the battle for the 9th place Lithuania beat Bulgaria in a game that was decided already after 3 quarters.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

14th

78.0 PTS

4th

42.0 RT

16th

10.3 AS

3rd

59.5 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

16th

10.3 AS

3rd

59.5 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  

5

16.07.1986
Isperih (BUL)  

6

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  

7

14.04.1986
Sofia (BUL)  

8

SF
1.98
21.07.1986
Sofia (BUL)  

9

PF
2.00
06.01.1986
Plovdiv (BUL)  

10

SF
1.98
02.06.1986
Shumen (BUL)  

11

SF
1.94
10.06.1986
Shumen (BUL)  

12

G
1.86
02.07.1986
Sofia (BUL)  

13

PG
1.85
11.01.1986
Pleven (BUL)  

14

PG
1.86
03.05.1986
Vidin (BUL)  

15

PG
1.82
03.03.1986
Troyan (BUL)  

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SCHEDULE

06.08.2003
vs RUS
[L] 70-76
08.08.2003
vs HUN
[W] 86-62
09.08.2003
vs CYP
[W] 84-44
10.08.2003
vs ISR
[W] 72-56

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Vasil Levski Blvd. 75,, 1142
Sofia, BUL
Tel.: +359 (2) 986 48 16
Staff
President: Georgi Glushkov
Secretary General: Eleonora Rangelova
Press contact: Eleonora Rangelova

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