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31.07.2004 -

Latvia clinched the 4th spot in Group A with a 2-3 record and made it to the quarter-finals. The wins over Croatia and Spain were crucial and gave Latvia the advantage in the tie-breakers, but last night against Greece the Latvian journey came to an end. For Gatis Jahovics, the leading star of the Latvian team, making it to the quarter-finals is considered a success for the Latvian team, especially with their big man, Kasparas Berzins, sitting out due to an injury in the last 3 games.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

10th

84.8 PTS

4th

40.3 RT

2nd

19.3 AS

5th

68.0 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

2nd

19.3 AS

5th

68.0 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

1.92
13.12.1984
Saldus (LAT)  

5

F
1.98
06.12.1984
Aizkraukle (LAT)  

6

C
2.11
02.04.1986
Riga (LAT)  

7

PG
1.85
28.04.1984
Gulbene (LAT)  

8

G
1.85
23.01.1985
Dobele (LAT)  

9

SF
1.99
15.10.1984
Liepaja (LAT)  

10

PG
1.86
04.07.1985
Ogre (LAT)  

11

G
1.90
23.04.1985
Riga (LAT)  

12

SF
2.00
11.08.1984
Riga (LAT)  

13

2.02
12.09.1984
Tukums (LAT)  

14

PF
2.11
25.08.1985
Ogre (LAT)  

15

1.90
15.09.1984
Limbazi (LAT)  

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SCHEDULE

30.07.2003
vs LTU
[L] 70-79
31.07.2003
vs FIN
[W] 80-68
02.08.2003
vs GER
[W] 94-63
03.08.2003
vs SWE
[W] 95-62

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