NEWS

12.09.2005
Czech Republic EuroBasket Hopes Over

Czech Republic suffered their second consecutive defeat of the EuroBasket 2005 Additional Qualifying Tournament in Novi Sad.

After dropping their opening game to Hungary, they lost another tight contest on Monday night to Israel.

11.09.2005
Hungary Hold Off Czech Republic

Hungary opened the EuroBasket 2005 additional qualifying tournament with a win over Czech Republic on Sunday night in Novi Sad.

Both sides last qualified for EuroBasket in 1999, but it is Hungary who are in pole position for 2005 thanks to their 84-79 win.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Petr Czudek 1.87 30.10.1971 Opava (CZE)  
5Michal Kremen SF 2.00 29.07.1981 Marianske Lazne (CZE)  
6Maurice Whitfield 1.83 29.03.1973 Philadelphia, PA (USA)  
7Pavel Milos 2.00 26.07.1979 Slany (CZE)  
8Zbynek Pospisil FC 2.05 19.11.1981 Krnov 
9Jiri Welsch SG 2.00 27.01.1980 Pardubice (CZE)  
10Ladislav Sokolovsky SF 2.01 28.07.1977 Prerov (CZE)  
11Lubos Barton SF 1.99 07.04.1980 Ceská Lípa (CZE)  
12Daniel Dousa 2.19 24.10.1981 Praha (CZE)  
13Petr Benda 2.04 25.03.1982 Jihlava (CZE)  
14Stanislav Votroubek 2.12 08.05.1981 Usti nad Labem (CZE)  
15Ondrej Starosta 2.15 28.05.1979 Prague (CZE)  

More Headlines

05.09.2005
EuroBasket Additional Qualifying Tournament Set

The draw for the EuroBasket 2005 Additional Qualifying Tournament was conducted today in Izmir, Turkey by FIBA Europe Secretary General Nar Zanolin and Sports Director Kosta Iliev.

Czech Republic, Israel and Hungary will all battle for the final EuroBasket spot on offer in the round robin tournament which will take place on 11-13 September in Novi Sad, Serbia & Montenegro.

02.09.2005
Czech Team Moves Step Closer To EuroBasket

The Czech Republic advanced to the final stage of additional qualifying for the EuroBasket 2005 following Thursday's win against Poland.

The Czechs already had a 3-0 record in Group A and sealed their passage to the additional qualifying tournament in Serbia & Montenegro, from September 11-13, with a 69-64 defeat of the hosts in Wloclawek.

Czech Republic: Welsch Relieved After Hard Fought Win25.08.2005
Czechs Move Closer to EuroBasket Spot24.08.2005
Czechs Earn Qualifying Win20.08.2005
Czech Boss Pleased With Progress10.08.2005
Czechs Beat Russia Again08.08.2005
Czechs Post Friendly Win08.08.2005
Czech Coach In Confident Mood03.08.2005
Czech Republic: Jezdik Pleased With Progress26.07.2005
Czech Republic: Jezdik - Training Camp Will Be Crucial21.07.2005
Whitfield Aims To Help Czechs21.07.2005

Team

Czech Republic
Czech Republic

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSJ. Welsch16.2
RTO. Starosta7.8
ASM. Whitfield4.2
STL. Barton2.5
BSO. Starosta0.8

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

08.09.2004vs POL[W] 82-57 (H)
11.09.2004vs FRA[L] 56-89 (A)
15.09.2004vs SLO[L] 70-71 (H)
18.09.2004vs POL[L] 78-86 (A)
22.09.2004vs FRA[L] 95-104 (H)
25.09.2004vs SLO[L] 66-95 (A)
19.08.2005vs EST[W] 75-57 (A)
23.08.2005vs POL[W] 73-64 (H)
29.08.2005vs EST[W] 96-86 (H)
01.09.2005vs POL[W] 69-64 (A)
11.09.2005vs HUN[L] 79-84
12.09.2005vs ISR[L] 78-83

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