NEWS

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.

SCOREBOARD

Additional Qualifying Round

 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Yugoslavia44/0286/2168
2. Turkey43/1316/3097
3. Bulgaria41/3334/3335
4. Estonia41/3310/3685
5. Bosnia and Herzegovina41/3223/2434
Bosnia and Herzegovina   Estonia
7882
40-47   38-35  
Bulgaria   Turkey
7779
43-27   34-52  

FINAL STANDINGS

 Team
1.flagYugoslavia
2.flagLithuania
3.flagCroatia
4.flagGreece
5.flagItaly
6.flagSpain
7.flagRussia
8.flagFrance
9.flagIsrael
10.flagGermany
11.flagSweden
12.flagSlovenia
13.flagTurkey
14.flagFinland

STATISTICS

Points

Georgi Mladenov

BUL
Born : 11.05.1962
Height: 1.92

Avg: 26.8

NameAvg.
1.Mladenov, G. 26.8
2.Antov, T. 20.0
3.Danilovic, P. 18.3
4.Pehka, R. 17.8
5.Markovic Zoric, N. 17.7

Rebounds

Spas Natov

BUL
Born : 05.02.1968
Height: 2.02

Avg: 11.0

NameAvg.
1.Natov, S. 11.0
2.Alihodzic, D. 8.7
3.Metstak, M. 8.3
4.Babenko, S. 7.8
5.Oyguç, T. 6.3

Assists

Georgi Mladenov

BUL
Born : 11.05.1962
Height: 1.92

Avg: 4.5

NameAvg.
1.Mladenov, G. 4.5
2.Kullamäe, G. 4.5
3.Djordjevic, A. 2.7
4.Pehka, R. 2.5
5.Ene, O. 2.0