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31.07.2004 -

Finland 97 Spain 99 (Double OT)
Although not much was expected of the first game in the classification round, the few spectators who made it for the 8:45 start were treated to a double-overtime thriller. Spain eventually overcame Finland by a narrow 2-point margin, the game nearly heading into a third extra period.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

10th

65.2 PTS

9th

36.6 RT

22th

4.0 AS

19th

74.6 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

22th

4.0 AS

19th

74.6 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

25.10.1984
Vantaa (FIN)  

5

G
1.67
12.09.1985
Helsinki (FIN)  

6

G
1.74
03.01.1984
Kotka (FIN)  

7

15.02.1984
Helsinki (FIN)  

8

GF
1.78
31.03.1984
Helsinki (FIN)  

9

F
1.84
10.08.1984
Espoo (FIN)  

10

F
1.84
26.01.1984
Stockholm (SWE)  

11

PF
1.85
08.08.1984
Helsinki (FIN)  

12

C
1.86
03.12.1984
Tartto (EST)  

13

FC
1.88
18.06.1985
Turku (FIN)  

14

GF
1.74
05.11.1984
Kotka (FIN)  

15

C
1.86
14.12.1984
Helsinki (FIN)  
14.07.2004 - By Ross McCullough PA International
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07.07.2004 - By Ross McCullough, PA International
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