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Basketball at the 2007 Pan American Games

Basketball at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at the indoor arena in the Autódromo de Jacarépagua built specially for the Pan Am Games. Brazil was the reigning Pan American champion in the men's competition, while Cuba defended its title in the women's competition.

Basketball at the XV Pan American Games
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VenueAutódromo de Jacarépagua
DatesJuly 25–29, 2007
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Each competition had eight teams divided in two groups. In each group, each team played against all others once and the two best advanced to the semifinals. The two latter in each group played in 5th to 8th classification matches. The women's competition started on July 20 with the final held on July 24. The men's competition bega on July 25, with the finals on July 29.

Contents

Men'sEdit

SquadsEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
  Brazil 6 3 3 0 281 238 +43
  Puerto Rico 5 3 2 1 238 217 +21
  Virgin Islands 4 3 1 2 212 215 −3
  Canada 3 3 0 3 193 254 −61
July 25, 2007
13:15
Puerto Rico   82–63   Canada
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 42–30, 60–45, 82–63
Pts: Barea (21)
Rebs: Reyes (8)
Asts: Berdiel (3)
Pts: Rautins (13)
Rebs: Brempong (6)
Asts: Anderson (2)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 3.200
Referees:   Alejandro Chiti
July 25, 2007
15:30
Brazil   86–81   Virgin Islands
Scoring by quarter: 32–21, 51–43, 67–62, 86–81
Pts: Murilo, João Paulo (17)
Rebs: Murilo (11)
Asts: Valtinho (8)
Pts: Elegar (21)
Rebs: Elegar (7)
Asts: Miller (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 9.500
Referees:   Daniel Delgado

July 26, 2007
13:15
Virgin Islands   57–62   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 30–32, 44–51, 57–62
Pts: Victor (13)
Rebs: Victor (13)
Asts: Sheppard, Edwin (2)
Pts: Carmona (23)
Rebs: Reyes (12)
Asts: Barea, Berdiel (4)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 770
Referees:   Isaac Glass
July 26, 2007
15:30
Canada   63–98   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 23–25, 37–53, 48–75, 63–98
Pts: Rautins (16)
Rebs: Young, Doornekamp (3)
Asts: Anderson (4)
Pts: Murilo (24)
Rebs: Murilo (7)
Asts: Marcelinho (5)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 8.300
Referees:   Alejandro Chiti

July 27, 2007
12:45
Virgin Islands   74–67   Canada
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 30–34, 56–49, 74–67
Pts: Krauser (20)
Rebs: Victor, Elegar, Thomas (5)
Asts: Edwin, Rhymer (2)
Pts: Anderson (17)
Rebs: Doornekamp (10)
Asts: Rautins (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Isaac Glass
July 27, 2007
15:00
Brazil   97–94   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 23–19, 56–41, 75–71, 97–94
Pts: Marcelinho (25)
Rebs: Murilo, João Paulo, Caio (5)
Asts: Marcelinho, Valtinho (5)
Pts: Barea (18)
Rebs: Reyes (14)
Asts: Barea (10)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Alejandro Chiti

Group BEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
  Argentina 5 3 2 1 218 214 +4
  Uruguay 5 3 2 1 226 211 +15
  Panama 4 3 1 2 214 219 −5
  United States 4 3 1 2 213 227 −14
July 25, 2007
19:45
Panama   71–76   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 29–25, 49–47, 71–76
Pts: Lloreda (23)
Rebs: Lloreda (18)
Asts: Gómez (4)
Pts: García (18)
Rebs: García, Cequeira, Sucatzky, Mikulas, Leiva (4)
Asts: Cequeira (5)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 870
Referees:   Cristiano Maranhão
July 25, 2007
22:00
United States   72–81   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 38–37, 58–63, 72–81
Pts: White Jr., Leunen (14)
Rebs: White Jr. (9)
Asts: Neitzel (5)
Pts: Batista (25)
Rebs: Batista (7)
Asts: Osimani (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 1.100
Referees:   Sérgio Pacheco

July 26, 2007
19:45
Panama   75–67   United States
Scoring by quarter: 15–21, 33–33, 57–44, 75–67
Pts: Pinnock (23)
Rebs: Gómez (9)
Asts: Pinnock (5)
Pts: Hibbert (19)
Rebs: Hibbert (9)
Asts: Neitzel (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Daniel Delgado
July 26, 2007
22:00
Uruguay   69–71   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 10–12, 35–27, 51–45, 69–71
Pts: García Morales (21)
Rebs: Batista (16)
Asts: Mazzarino, Taboada (3)
Pts: García (16)
Rebs: González (9)
Asts: Prato (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Jorge Vásquez

July 27, 2007
19:45
Uruguay   76–68   Panama
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 30–29, 54–48, 76–68
Pts: Mazzarino (27)
Rebs: Batista (11)
Asts: García Morales (4)
Pts: Lloreda (18)
Rebs: Lloreda (8)
Asts: Pinnock (6)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Cristiano Maranhão
July 27, 2007
22:00
Argentina   71–74   United States
Scoring by quarter: 24–22, 38–36, 57–59, 71–74
Pts: González (21)
Rebs: González (7)
Asts: Mikulas (5)
Pts: White Jr. (22)
Rebs: Hibbert (9)
Asts: Hibbert, Dorsey (3)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Sérgio Pacheco

SemifinalsEdit

July 28, 2007
10:45
Argentina   80–89   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 12–26, 28–42, 48–63, 80–89
Pts: González (23)
Rebs: González (10)
Asts: García, Cequeira (2)
Pts: Barea (25)
Rebs: Reyes (12)
Asts: Barea (9)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   John Hunt
July 28, 2007
15:00
Brazil   85–73   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 27–14, 41–37, 60–55, 85–73
Pts: Valtinho (22)
Rebs: Murilo (8)
Asts: Valtinho (8)
Pts: Mazzarino (19)
Rebs: Batista (8)
Asts: Mazzarino (4)
Arena Olímpica, Rio de Janeiro
Referees:   Winston Stich

Classification 5–8Edit

July 28, 2007
8:00
Panama   68–67   Canada
July 28, 2007
17:15
Virgin Islands   58–84   United States

FinalsEdit

Classification 7–8Edit

July 29, 2007
15:00
Canada   69–60   Virgin Islands

Classification 5–6Edit

July 29, 2007
13:00
Panama   74–77   United States

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

July 29, 2007
8:45
Argentina   93–99   Uruguay

Gold Medal MatchEdit

July 29, 2007
11:00
Puerto Rico   65–86   Brazil

Final ClassificationEdit

Place Team Score
    Brazil (BRA) 86–65
    Puerto Rico (PUR)
    Uruguay (URU) 99–93
4   Argentina (ARG)
5   United States (USA) 77–74
6   Panama (PAN)
7   Canada (CAN) 69–60
8   Virgin Islands (ISV)

AwardsEdit

 2007 Pan American Games Winners 
 
Brazil
Fifth title

Women'sEdit

SquadsEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
  Brazil 6 3 3 0 246 176 +70
  Canada 5 3 2 1 195 186 +9
  Jamaica 4 3 1 2 184 185 −1
  Mexico 3 3 0 3 153 231 −78
July 20, 2007
15:30
Canada   74–63   Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 15–8, 15–17, 17–20
Pts: Gabriele – 22
Asts: Gabriele – 5
Pts: Silva – 20
Asts: Silva- 3
Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 600
Referees: Aluz (ARG)
July 20, 2007
22:00
Brazil   81–69   Jamaica

July 21, 2007
15:30
Mexico   44–88   Brazil
July 21, 2007
22:00
Jamaica   46–58   Canada

July 22, 2007
15:30
Mexico   46–69   Jamaica
July 22, 2007
22:00
Brazil   77–63   Canada

Group BEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Diff
  United States 6 3 3 0 258 158 +100
  Cuba 5 3 2 1 225 210 +15
  Colombia 4 2 1 2 162 242 −80
  Argentina 3 3 0 3 199 234 −35
July 20, 2007
13:15
United States   95–41   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 32–14, 31–9, 15–12, 17–6
Pts: Ajavon – 15
Rebs: Houston – 10
Asts: Hornbuckle – 4
Pts: Arias – 17
Rebs: Arias – 7
Asts: Arias, Pinilla – 2
July 20, 2007
19:45
Argentina   79–81   Cuba

July 21, 2007
13:15
Cuba   81–53   Colombia
July 21, 2007
19:45
United States   85–54   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 25–11, 20–4, 18–19, 22–20
Pts: Fox – 18
Asts: Coleman – 3
Pts: Cava – 13
Asts: Paoletta – 4

July 22, 2007
13:15
Colombia   68–66   Argentina
July 22, 2007
19:45
Cuba   63–78   United States
Scoring by quarter: 13–17, 11–19, 23–22, 16–20
Pts: Boulet – 19
Asts: Romero – 4
Pts: Coleman – 19
Asts: Wiggins, Ajavon – 3
Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 6500

SemifinalsEdit

July 23, 2007
15:30
Brazil   79–60   Cuba
July 23, 2007
19:45
United States   75–59   Canada

Classification 5–8Edit

July 23, 2007
13:15
Jamaica   61–73   Argentina
July 23, 2007
22:00
Colombia   62–55   Mexico

FinalsEdit

Classification 7–8Edit

July 24, 2007
21:00
Jamaica   56–63   Mexico

Classification 5–6Edit

July 24, 2007
18:45
Colombia   59–58   Argentina

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

July 24, 2007
13:15
Cuba   62–49   Canada

Gold Medal MatchEdit

July 24, 2007
15:30
United States   79–66   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 15–15, 16–19, 30–13
Pts: Ajavon – 27
Asts: Anosike – 4
Pts: Jacinto – 21
Asts: Arcain – 3
Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 13,200

Final ClassificationEdit

Place Team Score
    United States (USA) 79–66
    Brazil (BRA)
    Cuba (CUB) 62–49
4   Canada (CAN)
5   Colombia (COL) 59–58
6   Argentina (ARG)
7   Mexico (MEX) 63–56
8   Jamaica (JAM)

AwardsEdit

 2007 Pan American Games Winners 
 
United States
Seventh title

ReferencesEdit