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09.08.2007 - By Daniel Aubrey

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.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

9th

73.6 PTS

10th

39.9 RT

11th

8.5 AS

14th

78.9 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

11th

8.5 AS

14th

78.9 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.88
05.09.1989
Dubrovnik (CRO)  

5

G
1.90
05.06.1990
Zagreb (CRO)  

6

G
1.91
13.05.1989
Zagreb (CRO)  

7

C
2.07
16.01.1990
Split (CRO)  

8

G
1.90
24.11.1989
Osijek (CRO)  

9

F
2.00
13.04.1989
Dubrovnik (CRO)  

10

G
1.98
18.03.1989
Zagreb (CRO)  

11

C
2.04
11.02.1989
Dubrovnik (CRO)  

12

GF
1.97
06.05.1989
Zadar (CRO)  

13

C
2.03
13.01.1989
Zagreb (CRO)  

14

C
2.14
29.04.1990
Mostar (BIH)  

15

C
2.15
21.07.1989
Sibenik (CRO)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

03.08.2007
vs SLO
[L] 62-72
04.08.2007
vs LTU
[L] 68-86
05.08.2007
vs GER
[W] 88-73
07.08.2007
vs SRB
[L] 81-84
08.08.2007
vs RUS
[L] 63-71
09.08.2007
vs ESP
[L] 78-89
11.08.2007
vs FRA
[L] 59-75
12.08.2007
vs TUR
[W] 90-81

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Secretary General: Zeljko Draksic
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