Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Mensur Bajramovic has revealed he will step down from his post if he is asked to following a disappointing EuroBasket campaign.
Bajramovic's team was knocked out of the competition in the preliminary round having finished at the bottom of Group C after defeats to France, Greece and Slovenia.
Greece defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina 67-50 for their second win in three games to qualify for the elimination round as the second placed team from Group C.
Greece will take on Israel on Tuesday with the winners advancing to the quarter-final round, while Group C's third placed team France must travel to Novi Sad to face Serbia & Montenegro.
Greece are bracing themselves for an uncomfortable 40 minutes against Bosnia-Herzegovina in final EuroBasket Group C game.
The Greeks played like champions on Friday night in a resounding triumphover France, but were then brushed aside by Slovenia 24 hours later, meaning there is still work to do if they are to survive the group. Should France upset Slovenia with a margin of victory between 11 to 16
points, then Greece can clinch the group and a palce in the quarter-finals if they defeat Bosnia-Herzegovina.
It took France 66 minutes to arrive at EuroBasket 2005 but when they did, there was no stopping them as they sailed past Bosnia-Herzegovina in the second half for a 79-62 win.
Needing to make amends for their woeful appearance against Greece on Friday, the French hangover carried over into the first half against a Bosnia-Herzegovina side which had also threatened to upset Slovenia before losing that contest.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Branilaca Sarajeva 11/III, 71000 Sarajevo, BIH
+387 (33) 44 57 20
+387 (33) 56 61 31
President: Miro Gugic
Secretary General: Harun Mahmutovic
Press contact: Nina Basovic