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10.08.2006 -

Ukraine revived their semi-final hopes and ended Poland's with a 69-55 victory in their last quarter-final Group F game.

Having been beaten in their opening two group games by the Czech Republic and Lithuania, Ukraine needed to win to stand any chance of making the final four.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

11th

60.3 PTS

7th

33.8 RT

16th

5.9 AS

10th

65.0 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

16th

5.9 AS

10th

65.0 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PG
1.74
20.04.1991
Rivne (UKR)  

5

PG
1.85
07.05.1990
Rivne (UKR)  

6

SF
1.84
03.04.1990
Simpheropol (UKR)  

7

PG
1.75
03.01.1990
Zaporizhya (UKR)  

8

PG
1.77
12.05.1990
Cherkasy (UKR)  

9

PG
1.75
10.06.1990
Primorsk (RUS)  

10

PG
1.78
18.12.1990
Vinnitsa (UKR)  

11

GF
1.82
23.04.1990
Vinnytsa (UKR)  

12

PF
1.91
21.02.1991
Kishinev (MDA)  

13

G
1.76
23.04.1990
Kiev (UKR)  

14

F
1.87
24.07.1991
Myrhorod (UKR)  

15

SF
1.85
28.06.1990
Odessa Region (UKR)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

04.08.2006
vs GRE
[L] 50-52
05.08.2006
vs FRA
[L] 48-60
06.08.2006
vs CRO
[W] 64-57
08.08.2006
vs CZE
[L] 61-71
09.08.2006
vs LTU
[L] 58-75
10.08.2006
vs POL
[W] 69-55
12.08.2006
vs FRA
[L] 69-73
13.08.2006
vs BLR
[L] 63-77

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Palace of Sports (3rd Floor) 1, Sports Square, 01001
Kiev, UKR
Tel.: +380 (44) 2398608
Staff
President: Mykhailo Brodskyi
Secretary General: Volodymyr Drabikovskyi

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