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09.08.2009 -

Quarter final losers Greece and Czech Republic fought it out for seventh spot and it was Greece who emerged the victorious with a hard fought 59-54 win.

Greece had been in control of the game during the first half and found themselves 28-23 in front at the break.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

16th

52.4 PTS

10th

43.0 RT

16th

5.2 AS

11th

63.9 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

16th

5.2 AS

11th

63.9 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.76
02.06.1993
Pardubice (CZE)  

5

PF
1.83
08.11.1993
Kyjov (CZE)  

6

SF
1.81
13.01.1993
Nove Mesto Na Morave (CZE)  

7

SF
1.78
26.01.1993
Brno (CZE)  

8

SG
1.78
16.01.1994
Weissenfels (GER)  

9

SF
1.79
13.06.1993
Litomysl (CZE)  

10

PF
1.84
19.02.1993
Praha (CZE)  

11

SG
1.69
29.03.1993
Olomouc (CZE)  

12

PF
1.79
06.01.1993
Praha (CZE)  

13

C
1.89
15.10.1993
Prague (CZE)  

14

SG
1.77
17.12.1994
Praha (CZE)  

15

PF
1.83
15.10.1993
Praha (CZE)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

30.07.2009
vs HUN
[L] 64-67
31.07.2009
vs RUS
[L] 40-65
01.08.2009
vs GRE
[W] 57-54
03.08.2009
vs FRA
[L] 31-55
04.08.2009
vs LTU
[W] 62-61
05.08.2009
vs POL
[W] 84-63
07.08.2009
vs ESP
[L] 33-87
08.08.2009
vs ITA
[L] 47-64
09.08.2009
vs GRE
[L] 54-59

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Zátopkova 100/2,, 160 17
Prague 6, CZE
Tel.: +420 (2) 424 292 36
Email: cbf@cbf.cz
Staff
President: Miroslav Jansta
Secretary General: Michal Konecny

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