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01.08.2004 -
After narrowly losing to Hungary in the Preliminary Round games, the Czech Republic were determined that there would be no repeat of that this afternoon. For almost 30 minutes the game could have gone either way but Hungary lacked their top scorer Anna Vajda (15 points, 5 rebounds) when they needed her most and the Czechs turned it to their complete advantage in the latter stages.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

1st

82.8 PTS

5th

39.3 RT

2nd

24.5 AS

6th

55.8 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

2nd

24.5 AS

6th

55.8 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.67
19.07.1984
Praha (CZE)  

5

SF
1.80
01.09.1985
Novy Jicin (CZE)  

6

SF
1.79
07.11.1984
Kraslice (CZE)  

7

SG
1.75
22.02.1985
Strakonice (CZE)  

8

G
1.72
13.10.1984
Sokolov (CZE)  

9

F
1.79
10.09.1984
Brno (CZE)  

10

PF
1.89
07.01.1985
Pardubice (CZE)  

11

C
1.89
09.01.1985
Prerov (CZE)  

12

C
1.86
18.05.1984
Kladno (CZE)  

13

F
1.84
06.11.1984
Vimperk (CZE)  

14

C
1.98
13.09.1984
Pardubice (CZE)  

15

C
1.96
15.03.1984
Hradec Kralové (CZE)  

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SCHEDULE

09.07.2003
vs TUR
[W] 90-81
10.07.2003
vs SLO
[W] 71-53
12.07.2003
vs AUT
[W] 113-35
13.07.2003
vs CRO
[W] 57-54

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