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Basketball at the 2009 Mediterranean Games

The basketball tournament at the 2009 Mediterranean Games was held in the Elettra Sports Hall, Ortona Sports Hall, Teramo Sports Hall and the Roseto Sports Hall from June 27 to July 4, 2009 in Pescara, Italy.

Contents

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men   Croatia   Greece   Turkey
Women   Italy   Serbia   Croatia

Medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Croatia (CRO)1012
2  Italy (ITA)1001
3  Greece (GRE)0101
  Serbia (SRB)0101
5  Turkey (TUR)0011
Totals (5 nations)2226


MenEdit

TeamsEdit

RostersEdit

*(In parenthesis is reported the year of birth)

  Albania: Franko Bushati (85), Ardian Domi (84), Orion Garo (80), Andrea Gjinaj (86), Algert Gjonaj (87), Endrit Hysenagolli (88), Erkand Kataj (82), Arjonel Lame (84), Genti Lasku (85), Ersid Luca (81), Gerti Shima (86), Marlin Sukaj (83). Coach: Roland Avrami

  Croatia: Lukša Andrić (85), Petar Babić (85), Marko Car (85), Jure Lalić (86), Drago Pašalić (84), Damir Rančić (83), Damjan Rudež (86), Krunoslav Simon (85), Rok Stipčević (86), Ante Tomić (87), Jakov Vladovic (83), Luka Žorić (84). Coach: Josip Vranković

  Greece: Dimitrios Kalaitzidis (85), Dimitrios Karadolamis (87), Fanis Koumpouras (83), Alexis Kyritsis (82), Dimitrios Lolas (86), Dimitrios Mavroeidis (85), Igkor Milosevits (86), Petros Noeas (87), Nikos Papanikolaou (85), Gaios Skordilis (87), Stavros Toutziarakis (87), Ian Vougioukas (85). Coach: Ioannis Giannapoulos

  Italy: Marco Allegretti (81), Pietro Aradori (88), Federico Bolzonella (84), Andrea Cinciarini (86), Daniele Cinciarini (83), Alessandro Cittadini (79), Andrea Crosariol (84), Luigi Datome (87), Lorenzo D'Ercole (88), Giuliano Maresca (81), Andrea Renzi (89), Tommaso Rinaldi (85). Coach: Carlo Recalcati

  Montenegro: Filip Barović (90), Nikola Đoković (89), Nikola Ivanović (89), Stefan Knežević (89), Nikola Lalić (89), Miloš Lopičić (90), Slobodan Miljanić (90), Miloš Savović (89), Sead Šehović (89), Petar Stojanović (90), Milorad Sutulović (90), Nikola Vučević (90). Coach: Dejan Radonjić

  Morocco: Yunss Akinocho (87), Zouheir Bourouis (83), Walid Dahmani (87), Zakaria El Masbahi (79), Mohamad Hachad (83), Mohammed Houari (77), Younes Idrissi (84), Mustapha Khalfi (80), Abderrahim Najah (84), Abdelmajid Naji (89), Sophian Rafai (86), Abdelhakim Zouita (86). Coach: Francis Jordan

  Serbia: Stefan Birčević (89), Duško Bunić (89), Filip Čović (89), Branko Lazić (89), Vladimir Lučić (89), Nikola Maravić (89), Nikola Marković (89), Dragan Milosavljević (89), Aleksandar Mitrović (90), Nemanja Nedović (91), Stefan Stojačić (89), Bojan Subotić (90). Coach: Slobodan Klipa

  Turkey: Mutlu Akpinar (83), Can Altıntığ (87), Engin Atsür (84), Yunus Çankaya (85), Mutlu Demir (87), Hakan Demirel (86), Sinan Güler (83), Barış Hersek (88), Cemal Nalga (87), Cihad Sahin (83), Fatih Solak (80), Erkan Veyseloğlu (83). Coach: Alaeddin Yakan

Preliminary RoundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.   Croatia 6 3 3 0 228 200 +28
2.   Greece 5 3 2 1 255 236 +19
3.   Serbia 4 3 1 2 216 228 –12
4.   Morocco 3 3 0 3 213 248 –35
  • June 28, 2009
Greece   91 – 70   Serbia
Morocco   63 – 75   Croatia
  • June 29, 2009
Croatia   82 – 68   Greece
Serbia   77 – 66   Morocco
  • June 30, 2009
Greece   96 – 84   Morocco
Croatia   71 – 69   Serbia

Group BEdit

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.   Turkey 6 3 3 0 315 248 +67
2.   Italy 5 3 2 1 332 260 +72
3.   Montenegro 4 3 1 2 223 278 –55
4.   Albania 3 3 0 3 210 294 –84
  • June 28, 2009
Turkey   98 – 61   Montenegro
Italy   106 – 69   Albania
  • June 29, 2009
Montenegro   70 – 107   Italy
Albania   68 – 96   Turkey
  • June 30, 2009
Albania   73 – 92   Montenegro
Turkey   121 – 119   Italy

Knockout stageEdit

Final Standings
Rank Team
    Croatia
    Greece
    Turkey
4   Italy
5   Serbia
6   Montenegro
7   Morocco
8   Albania

1st place bracketEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
July 1
 
 
  Greece85
 
July 2
 
  Montenegro67
 
  Greece82
 
July 1
 
  Turkey79
 
  Turkey88
 
July 4
 
  Morocco67
 
  Greece60
 
July 1
 
  Croatia72
 
  Italy75
 
July 2
 
  Serbia64
 
  Italy104
 
July 1
 
  Croatia108 Third place
 
  Croatia94
 
July 4
 
  Albania70
 
  Turkey88
 
 
  Italy71
 

5th place bracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFifth place
 
      
 
July 2
 
 
  Montenegro60
 
July 3
 
  Morocco81
 
  Morocco108
 
July 2
 
  Albania67
 
  Serbia69
 
 
  Albania83
 
Seventh place
 
 
July 3
 
 
  Montenegro68
 
 
  Serbia62

WomenEdit

TeamsEdit

Preliminary RoundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.   Croatia 4 2 2 0 219 106 +113
2.   Italy 3 2 1 1 189 124 +65
3.   Albania 2 2 0 2 70 248 –178
  • June 27, 2009
Croatia   130 – 35   Albania
  • June 28, 2009
Italy   118 – 35   Albania
  • June 29, 2009
Italy   71 – 89   Croatia

Group BEdit

Team Pts Pl W L PF PA PD
1.   Greece 6 3 3 0 246 173 +73
2.   Serbia 5 3 2 1 215 169 +46
3.   Turkey 4 3 1 2 208 240 –32
4.   Malta 3 3 0 3 178 265 –87
  • June 27, 2009
Greece   102 – 57   Malta
Turkey   64 – 80   Serbia
  • June 28, 2009
Serbia   53 – 57   Greece
Malta   73 – 81   Turkey
  • June 29, 2009
Greece   87 – 63   Turkey
Serbia   82 – 48   Malta

Knockout stageEdit

Final Standings
Rank Team
    Italy
    Serbia
    Croatia
4   Greece
5   Turkey
6   Albania
7   Malta

1st place bracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
June 30
 
 
  Croatia71
 
July 2
 
  Serbia76
 
  Serbia54
 
June 30
 
  Italy70
 
  Greece60
 
 
  Italy63
 
Third place
 
 
July 2
 
 
  Croatia77
 
 
  Greece62

5th place bracketEdit

  Semi final     Fifth place
                 
      Albania 60
    Turkey 63       Turkey 89
    Malta 43  

External linksEdit