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09.06.2009 - By Joseph Wilson

Turkey will join Russia and Lithuania in Riga for the Qualifying Round after downing Serbia 65-55 to finish with a record of two-and-one in Group D.

Serbia knew that they had an almost impossible mission coming into the game.  They needed to beat Turkey by 13 to go on to the next round, and except for a brilliant second quarter, they didn't even come close to putting up a serious challenge for the win.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PG
1.64
02.05.1983
Belgrade (SRB)  

5

SF
1.89
18.02.1989
Beograd (SRB)  

6

F
1.89
23.03.1988
Beograd (SRB)  

7

G
1.70
23.12.1987
Vrsac (SRB)  

8

SG
1.82
20.02.1984
Sibenik (CRO)  

9

PF
1.90
28.04.1989
Kragujevac (SRB)  

10

PG
1.75
11.04.1988
Leskovac (SRB)  

11

C
1.97
08.07.1977
Nis (SRB)  

12

PF
1.96
12.11.1980
Belgrade (SRB)  

13

SG
1.73
16.02.1982
Cetinje (MNE)  

14

FC
1.94
06.06.1982
Belgrade (SRB)  

15

PG
1.81
17.05.1987
Kosovska Mitrovica (SRB)  

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TEAM COMPARISON

Serbia
vs
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SCHEDULE

07.06.2009
vs LTU
[L] 49-71
08.06.2009
vs RUS
[L] 37-72
09.06.2009
vs TUR
[L] 55-65

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