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18.09.2005 - By Kevin Anselmo

Lithuania opened the game with a 16-0 run en route to a 92-79 victory over Bulgaria in the the two teams' final games of Group B Preliminary Round play in Podgorica. The defending EuroBasket champs earned a trip to Belgrade for the quarter-finals with a perfect 3-0 record.
 
Bulgaria committed turnovers on their opening four possessions of the game and Lithuania scored at will with an array of wide open three-pointers and dunks inside.

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth
Current club

4

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  
Avtodor Saratov (RUS)

5

PF
2.05
18.03.1986
Varna (BUL)  
Avtodor Saratov (RUS)

6

C
2.07
14.08.1980
Haskovo (BUL)  
MBC Odessa (UKR)

7

PG
1.87
01.07.1979
Burgas (BUL)  
Spartak Pleven

8

GF
1.97
12.06.1980
Sofia (BUL)  
Tekelspor Istanbul (TUR)

9

G
1.91
25.01.1979
Sofia (BUL)  
CSKA Sofia

10

C
2.02
02.08.1976
Vraca (BUL)  
Lukoil Akademic

11

SF
2.02
25.08.1979
Yambol (BUL)  
BC Kyiv (UKR)

12

C
2.06
20.03.1978
Sofia (BUL)  
CSKA Sofia

13

C
2.12
02.03.1981
Blagoevgrad (BUL)  
Lukoil Akademic

14

SF
1.96
21.06.1974
Pleven (BUL)  
Spartak Pleven

15

SF
1.98
03.03.1977
Varna (BUL)  
Lukoil Akademic

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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

16.09.2005
vs CRO
[L] 84-88
17.09.2005
vs TUR
[L] 89-94
18.09.2005
vs LTU
[L] 79-92

ADMINISTRATION

Office
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Tel.: +359 (2) 986 48 16
Staff
President: Georgi Glushkov
Secretary General: Eleonora Rangelova
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