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22.07.2007 -

Russia beat Croatia 74-73 on Vladimir Chichaykin’s lay up at the buzzer but it wasn’t enough for last year’s runners-up to avoid being dumped out of the competition at Ierapetra tonight.

Alexei Vadeev’s men, who finished second in this tournament in 2004 and 2006, crashed out in the preliminary round because, even though they shared the same win-loss record as both Croatia and Latvia in Group C.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

9th

64.7 PTS

15th

38.2 RT

15th

9.3 AS

9th

63.2 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

15th

9.3 AS

9th

63.2 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.85
20.05.1991
Samara Region (RUS)  

5

G
1.85
27.07.1991
Alma-Ata (KAZ)  

6

G
1.94
21.08.1991
Moscow (RUS)  

7

G
1.73
14.04.1991
Uman (UKR)  

8

G
1.78
29.04.1991
Moscow (RUS)  

9

F
1.99
29.04.1991
Svetogorsk (BLR)  

10

F
2.04
19.09.1991
Tartarstan (RUS)  

11

F
1.94
27.02.1991
Irkutsk Region (RUS)  

12

C
1.95
05.01.1991
Bryansk Region (RUS)  

13

G
1.96
05.04.1991
Perm (RUS)  

14

F
1.95
29.09.1991
St Petersburg (RUS)  

15

G
1.84
23.07.1991
Turkmenistan (TKM)  

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

20.07.2007
vs LAT
[L] 70-76
21.07.2007
vs GRE
[L] 56-72
22.07.2007
vs CRO
[W] 74-73
24.07.2007
vs SLO
[W] 69-57
26.07.2007
vs CZE
[L] 47-62
28.07.2007
vs POR
[W] 72-39

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