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2016 South American Basketball Championship

The 2016 South American Basketball Championship was the 47th edition of the FIBA South American Basketball Championship. Ten teams were featured in the competition, which were held in Caracas, Venezuela from June 26 – July 2, 2016. The top five teams qualified for the 2017 FIBA AmeriCup and the top seven teams qualified for Division A of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification.[1]

2016 South American Basketball Championship
47th South American Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Venezuela
Dates26 June – 2 July
Teams10 
(from 1 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Venezuela
(3rd title)
MVPVenezuela Gregory Vargas
Official website
2014

Venezuela won its second consecutive South American championship by beating Brazil in the final, 64–58.[2]

Participating teamsEdit

* Venezuela is also the Defending Champions.

SquadsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

The draw was held on 21 April 2016.[1]

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Venezuela 4 4 0 341 179 +162 8 Semifinals
2   Brazil 4 3 1 382 231 +151 7
3   Paraguay 4 2 2 256 290 −34 6 Fifth place match
4   Bolivia 4 1 3 200 359 −159 5 Seventh place match
5   Ecuador 4 0 4 230 350 −120 4
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
26 June
Paraguay   74–55   Bolivia
Scoring by quarter: 24–17, 9–13, 22–12, 19–13
Pts: G. Peralta 12
Rebs: Fabio 8
Asts: Vallejos 5
Pts: Camargo 22
Rebs: Salvatierra 13
Asts: Arze 9
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Carlos Dueñas (COL), Bartolomé Estrada (PER), Fabricio Vito (ARG)
26 June
Ecuador   34–97   Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 7–17, 7–29, 5–26, 15–25
Pts: Delgado 7
Rebs: Mina 6
Asts: Guayaquil 2
Pts: Bethelmy 17
Rebs: Ruiz 10
Asts: four players 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Alejandro Sánchez (URU), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI), Roberto Vázquez (PUR)
27 June
Brazil   107–65   Ecuador
Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 31–16, 30–17, 20–11
Pts: Olivinha 18
Rebs: three players 10
Asts: Meindl 5
Pts: Delgado 22
Rebs: Delgado 6
Asts: Martínez 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Carlos Dueñas (COL), Fabricio Vito (ARG), Alejandro Sánchez (URU)
27 June
Venezuela   77–48   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 18–5, 17–8, 17–17, 25–18
Pts: G. Vargas 13
Rebs: Colmenares, Lewis 6
Asts: G. Vargas 8
Pts: Pérez 8
Rebs: Bareiro 6
Asts: Fabio 3
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Stephen Seibel (CAN), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI)
28 June
Paraguay   63–101   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 6–28, 18–24, 22–28, 17–21
Pts: Peralta 11
Rebs: Mellone 8
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Olivinha 21
Rebs: Jefferson, Toledo 8
Asts: Fúlvio 9
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Roberto Vázquez (PUR), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI), Fabricio Vito (ARG)
28 June
Bolivia   37–97   Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 14–24, 9–25, 8–18, 6–30
Pts: Ramos 9
Rebs: Salvatierra 6
Asts: Arze, Ramos 3
Pts: Pérez 27
Rebs: Ruiz 7
Asts: Cazorla, Colmenares 6
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Reynaldo Mercedes (DOM), Bartolomé Estrada (PER), Alejandro Sánchez (URU)
29 June
Ecuador   57–71   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 7–24, 20–21, 14–14, 16–12
Pts: Mina 16
Rebs: Mina 14
Asts: Martínez 5
Pts: Zanotti 16
Rebs: Vallejos 7
Asts: four players 3
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Fabricio Vito (ARG), Carlos Dueñas (COL), Alejandro Sánchez (URU)
29 June
Brazil   114–33   Bolivia
Scoring by quarter: 31–7, 30–6, 25–7, 28–13
Pts: Jefferson 20
Rebs: Lucas, Toledo 7
Asts: Coelho, Deodato 6
Pts: Ramos 12
Rebs: Salvatierra 5
Asts: Salvatierra 2
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Bartolomé Estrada (PER), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI)
30 June
Bolivia   75–74 (OT)   Ecuador
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 15–18, 15–17, 21–14, Overtime: 9–8
Pts: Camargo 19
Rebs: Salvatierra 13
Asts: Arze 6
Pts: Delgado 17
Rebs: Caicedo 12
Asts: Orozco 8
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Fabricio Vito (ARG), Carlos Dueñas (COL), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI)
30 June
Venezuela   70–60   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 13–15, 20–16, 21–15, 16–14
Pts: Lewis 16
Rebs: Colmenares 6
Asts: Lewis, G. Vargas 4
Pts: de Souza 11
Rebs: Olivinha 11
Asts: Fúlvio 8
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Stephen Seibel (CAN), Alejandro Sánchez (URU), Roberto Vázquez (PUR)

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Argentina 4 4 0 396 241 +155 8 Semifinals
2   Uruguay 4 3 1 301 242 +59 7
3   Colombia 4 2 2 284 277 +7 6 Fifth place match
4   Chile 4 1 3 279 339 −60 5 Seventh place match
5   Peru 4 0 4 198 359 −161 4
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
26 June
Peru   59–78   Chile
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 12–24, 14–17, 19–19
Pts: Fuller 16
Rebs: Masias 7
Asts: Bellatin, Fuller 5
Pts: Carrión 20
Rebs: Isla 11
Asts: Carrasco 16
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Roberto Oliveros (VEN), Gustavo Vera (PAR), Flavio Zavala (ECU)
26 June
Uruguay   60–54   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 10–15, 14–13, 15–14, 21–12
Pts: Fitipaldo 15
Rebs: Batista 10
Asts: Fitipaldo 4
Pts: Ortiz 15
Rebs: Hernández 10
Asts: Caicedo, Ortiz 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Marcos Benito (BRA), Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Américo Rodríguez (VEN)
27 June
Colombia   81–46   Peru
Scoring by quarter: 17–14, 21–9, 20–11, 23–12
Pts: Ortiz 26
Rebs: Hinestroza 10
Asts: Ortiz 8
Pts: Morales 15
Rebs: Céspedes, Chávez 5
Asts: Barrios 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Marcos Benito (BRA), Américo Rodríguez (VEN), Gustavo Vera (PAR)
27 June
Argentina   82–58   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 8–14, 28–15, 24–13, 22–16
Pts: Schattmann 13
Rebs: Delía 10
Asts: Brussino 6
Pts: Fitipaldo 12
Rebs: Batista 11
Asts: Parodi 5
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Reynaldo Mercedes (DOM), Roberto Oliveros (VEN), Flavio Zavala (ECU)
28 June
Peru   43–105   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 14–23, 13–31, 5–30, 11–21
Pts: Fuller 19
Rebs: Fuller 6
Asts: Barrios 3
Pts: Aguerre, Schattmann 14
Rebs: Delía 9
Asts: De los Santos 7
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Gustavo Vera (PAR), Flavio Zavala (ECU)
28 June
Chile   74–80   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 23–20, 21–15, 18–27
Pts: Suárez 19
Rebs: Carrasco, Fontena 6
Asts: Coro 5
Pts: Ortiz 28
Rebs: Pérez 8
Asts: Caicedo 8
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Stephen Seibel (CAN), Marcos Benito (BRA), Américo Rodríguez (VEN)
29 June
Uruguay   95–50   Peru
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 14–8, 37–12, 19–13
Pts: Calfani 20
Rebs: Vázquez 10
Asts: Zanotta 11
Pts: Fuller 20
Rebs: Fuller 8
Asts: Fuller 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Marcos Benito (BRA), Américo Rodríguez (VEN), Gustavo Vera (PAR)
29 June
Argentina   112–71   Chile
Scoring by quarter: 27–16, 23–17, 30–16, 32–22
Pts: Brussino 18
Rebs: Delía, Saiz 6
Asts: Deck 7
Pts: Carvacho 11
Rebs: Fontena 8
Asts: Carrasco 7
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Roberto Vázquez (PUR), Roberto Oliveros (VEN), Flavio Zavala (ECU)
30 June
Chile   56–88   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 9–25, 21–14, 15–31, 11–18
Pts: Carvacho 10
Rebs: Carvacho 11
Asts: Carrasco 4
Pts: Calfani 22
Rebs: Calfani 10
Asts: Fitipaldo 8
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Marcos Benito (BRA), Roberto Oliveros (VEN), Gustavo Vera (PAR)
30 June
Colombia   69–97   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–22, 15–20, 20–25, 15–30
Pts: Jackson 24
Rebs: Pérez 6
Asts: Salazar 4
Pts: Romano 20
Rebs: Romano 6
Asts: Mainoldi 7
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Reynaldo Mercedes (DOM), Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Flavio Zavala (ECU)

Final roundEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
1 July
 
 
  Venezuela74
 
2 July
 
  Uruguay62
 
  Venezuela64
 
1 July
 
  Brazil58
 
  Argentina82
 
 
  Brazil88
 
Third place
 
 
2 July
 
 
  Uruguay87
 
 
  Argentina83

SemifinalsEdit

1 July
Argentina   82–88   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 20–28, 26–21, 16–16, 20–23
Pts: four players 12
Rebs: four players 5
Asts: Balbi, Brussino 4
Pts: Fúlvio 19
Rebs: Olivinha 8
Asts: Fúlvio 6
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Stephen Seibel (CAN), Reynaldo Mercedes (DOM), Flavio Zavala (ECU)
1 July
Venezuela   74–62   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 15–18, 21–13, 18–13, 20–18
Pts: Cubillán 16
Rebs: Colmenares 12
Asts: Colmenares 6
Pts: Aguiar, Fitipaldo 15
Rebs: Fitipaldo 8
Asts: Fitipaldo 8
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Roberto Vázquez (PUR), Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Felipe Valenzuela (CHI)

Seventh place gameEdit

1 July
Bolivia   55–70   Chile
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 13–23, 9–19, 22–13
Pts: Veizaga 14
Rebs: Salvatierra 11
Asts: Ochoa 3
Pts: Carrión 14
Rebs: Carvacho 15
Asts: Carrasco, Suárez 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Alejandro Sánchez (URU), Carlos Dueñas (COL), Américo Rodríguez (VEN)

Fifth place gameEdit

1 July
Paraguay   58–82   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 15–26, 15–18, 12–21, 16–17
Pts: A. Peralta 11
Rebs: A. Peralta 6
Asts: Zanotti 5
Pts: Jackson 24
Rebs: Hernández 11
Asts: Atencia 4
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Marcos Benito (BRA), Roberto Oliveros (VEN), Fabricio Vito (ARG)

Third place gameEdit

2 July
Uruguay   87–83   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 25–18, 18–21, 22–27, 22–17
Pts: Parodi 24
Rebs: Batista 13
Asts: Fitipaldo 5
Pts: Mainoldi 18
Rebs: Aguerre 8
Asts: Brussino 5
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Reynaldo Mercedes (DOM), Marcos Benito (BRA), Roberto Oliveros (VEN)

FinalEdit

2 July
Venezuela   64–58   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 15–16, 13–17, 16–8
Pts: G. Vargas 21
Rebs: Colmenares 9
Asts: J. Vargas 5
Pts: Toledo 13
Rebs: Olivinha 8
Asts: Fúlvio 7
Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas
Referees: Stephen Seibel (CAN), Jorge Cabrera (CUB), Roberto Vázquez (PUR)


 2016 South American
Basketball Championship Winners 
 
Venezuela
3rd title

Final rankingsEdit

The top five teams qualified for the 2017 FIBA AmeriCup and the top seven teams qualified for Division A of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification.[1]

Qualified for:

Qualified for Division A of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualification
Rank Team Record
    Venezuela 6–0
    Brazil 4–2
    Uruguay 4–2
4   Argentina 4–2
5   Colombia 3–2
6   Paraguay 2–3
7   Chile 2–3
8   Bolivia 1–4
9   Ecuador 0–4
10   Peru 0–4

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Draw results in for 2016 South American Championships". FIBA. 21 April 2016. Retrieved 14 June 2016.
  2. ^ "Venezuela wins 2016 South American Championship". FIBA.com. July 2, 2016. Retrieved July 2, 2016.

External linksEdit