Toni Prostran made four free throws in the final 18 seconds to give Croatia a 73-68 victory over France to capture the bronze medal at the U18 European Championship Men, in Pyrgos.
Mario Delas scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Croatians collected their sixth U18 medal of their history and first since gold in 2002.
Greece booked their ticket for the final of the U18 European Championship Men by dismantling Croatia 82-62 in the semi-final as four players scored in double figures.
Kostas Papanikolau scored all 19 of his points in the first half while Leonidas Kaselakis added 19 points of his own for the Greeks, who return to the championship match for a second straight summer in hopes of winning the nation's first gold at this age group.
The semi-finals are set. Everyone has their own favourite. And all four teams remaining in the race for a medal hope to follow up last summer's champions Serbia as winners of the U18 European Championship Men.
Fibaeurope.com offers an in-depth statistical analysis for that extra insight of Saturday's semis.
Greece have swept through the field at the U18 European Championship Men without a loss and go into their semi-final showdown against Croatia with high hopes of winning the nation's first gold medal at this age group.
Things will not be easy for the hosts as Croatia have arguably the best starting five in this tournament.