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07.09.2005 -

European champions Russia ended a two-game losing streak with an 86-69 mauling of Serbia & Montenegro in Izmir.

Igor Grudin's team, stung by losses to Spain and Lithuania, hit back in grand style with a battling victory which they needed in order to ensure qualification to the quarter-finals.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

5th

73.8 PTS

14th

28.8 RT

9th

10.5 AS

6th

64.5 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

9th

10.5 AS

6th

64.5 PTS A

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.77
23.12.1980
Podgorica (MNE)  

5

SG
1.73
16.02.1982
Cetinje (MNE)  

6

PF
1.88
08.05.1981
Backa Topola (SRB)  

7

SG
1.76
21.09.1979
Sombor (SRB)  

8

F
1.83
01.12.1977
Novi Sad (SRB)  

9

PG
1.77
11.09.1974
Vrsac (SRB)  

10

F
1.86
16.07.1979
Belgrade (SRB)  

11

C
1.93
29.05.1979
Vlasenica (BIH)  

12

C
1.88
01.09.1983
Podgorica (MNE)  

13

PF
1.96
12.11.1980
Belgrade (SRB)  

14

C
1.97
11.09.1983
Sabac (SRB)  

15

G
1.84
16.07.1980
Niksic (MNE)  

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TEAM COMPARISON

Serbia & Montenegro
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SCHEDULE

08.09.2004
vs POL
[W] 75-56 (H)
11.09.2004
vs FIN
[W] 86-73 (A)
15.09.2004
vs BUL
[W] 81-58 (A)
19.09.2004
vs POL
[L] 58-60 (A)
22.09.2004
vs FIN
[L] 71-80 (H)
25.09.2004
vs BUL
[W] 72-60 (H)

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