NEWS

12.08.2007
Spain End On Positive Note
Spain finished fifth in the U18 European Championships after winning their final game 92-85 against last year’s champions France.

It may not be the same as winning the gold but the hosts still celebrated the victory quite emphatically with their fans after the game, despite the obvious disappointment of missing out on a medal after only losing one game all tournament.
11.08.2007
France And Spain Win
Fifth place in the tournament will be contested between France and hosts Spain, after they both won in big victories against Croatia and Turkey respectively.

France overcame Croatia 75-59 in one-sided but entertaining game, before Spain showed some often spectacular play in their big 84-64 win over Turkey.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Orlando Camin 2.02 01.04.1989 Gijon (ESP)  
5Jose A. Marco PG 1.80 24.03.1989 Abanilla (ESP)  
6Jorge Santana SG 1.93 09.01.1990 Las Palmas de G.C. (ESP)  
7Luis Parejo 1.92 05.02.1989 Almeria (ESP)  
8Pere Tomas 2.00 05.09.1989 Llucmajor (ESP)  
9Ricky Rubio PG 1.93 21.10.1990 El Masnou (ESP)  
10Xavier Rabaseda 1.96 24.02.1989 Ripoll, Girona (ESP)  
11Raimundo Lopez  PG 1.85 02.04.1989 Malaga (ESP)  
12Oscar Raya 2.08 07.04.1989 Navarles (ESP)  
13Sergio De La Fuente PF 2.00 01.10.1989 Vitoria-Gasteiz (ESP)  
14Pablo Almazan  2.01 15.01.1989 Granada (ESP)  
15Pablo Aguilar  PF 2.02 09.02.1989 Granada (ESP)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Luis Guil Torres

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10.08.2007
Basketball, Family Style
In football in England there’s a tradition known as “Lads and Dads”, where amateur football teams are put together consisting of, as you may have guessed, kids and their fathers.

Should ever such a trend take hold in FIBA Europe competitions (unlikely, but still...) we could get a pretty good side together here at the UMCOR U18 European Championships in Madrid.
09.08.2007
Waiting Game, Spain Better Croatia

Spain overcame Croatia 89-78 in Group F and now await the result of the Serbia-Lithuania game this evening to learn their fate regarding qualification for the semi-finals.

Pablo Aguilar, Pere Tomas and Sergio De La Fuente all scored well again with 24, 20 and 16 points respectively, while Ricky Rubio had trouble finding his range, notching just three points all game but weighing in with an important seven steals.

Spain Battle Past Lithuania08.08.2007
Spain's Guil Hopes Best Is Yet To Come08.08.2007
Spain Too Much For Germans07.08.2007
Group C: Serbia Tame Hosts, Russia Win05.08.2007
Group C: Spain, Serbia Dominate04.08.2007
Rubio Ready For U18's03.08.2007

Team

Spain
Spain

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSR. Rubio19.1
RTP. Aguilar 8.6
ASR. Rubio4.8
STR. Rubio4.0
BSP. Aguilar 1.4

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

03.08.2007vs ROU[W] 95-46
04.08.2007vs RUS[W] 98-64
05.08.2007vs SRB[L] 76-85
07.08.2007vs GER[W] 82-56
08.08.2007vs LTU[W] 87-82
09.08.2007vs CRO[W] 89-78
11.08.2007vs TUR[W] 84-64
12.08.2007vs FRA[W] 92-85

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