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The 1975 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 1975, was the nineteenth FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, held by FIBA Europe.

EuroBasket 1975
EuroBasket 1975 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryYugoslavia
Dates7–15 June
Teams12
Venue(s)4 (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Yugoslavia (2nd title)
Runners-up Soviet Union
Third place Czechoslovakia
Fourth place Spain
Tournament statistics
MVPSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Krešimir Ćosić
Top scorerBulgaria Atanas Golomeev
(22.9 points per game)
1973
1977

VenuesEdit

Belgrade Split Karlovac Rijeka
Hala Pionir
Capacity 7 000
Dvorana na Gripama
Capacity 3 500
Sportska Dvorana Mladost
Capacity 4 000
Dvorana Dinko Lukarić
Capacity 2 000
   

First roundEdit

Group A – SplitEdit

  Italy   Turkey 83–65
  Yugoslavia   Netherlands 102–76
  Netherlands   Italy 64–69
  Yugoslavia   Turkey 92–65
  Turkey   Netherlands 71–64
  Yugoslavia   Italy 83–69
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Yugoslavia 3 3 0 277:210 6 +67
2.   Italy 3 2 1 221:212 4 +9
3.   Turkey 3 1 2 201:239 2 −38
4.   Netherlands 3 0 3 204:242 0 −38

Group B – KarlovacEdit

  Czechoslovakia   Israel 86–85
  Soviet Union   Poland 79–72
  Soviet Union   Czechoslovakia 91–81
  Israel   Poland 90–84
  Soviet Union   Israel 85–71
  Czechoslovakia   Poland 94–76
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Soviet Union 3 3 0 255:224 6 +31
2.   Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 261:252 4 +9
3.   Israel 3 1 2 246:255 2 −9
4.   Poland 3 0 3 232:263 0 −31

Group C – RijekaEdit

  Greece   Romania 61–71
  Spain   Bulgaria 85–74
  Bulgaria   Greece 81–71
  Spain   Romania 96–66
  Spain   Greece 89–63
  Romania   Bulgaria 62–80
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Spain 3 3 0 270:203 6 +67
2.   Bulgaria 3 2 1 235:218 4 +17
3.   Romania 3 1 2 199:237 2 −38
4.   Greece 3 0 3 195:241 0 −46

Second roundEdit

Places 7 – 12Edit

  Netherlands   Israel 80–81
  Turkey   Romania 86–77
  Greece   Poland 79–74
  Turkey   Israel 77–101
  Netherlands   Greece 66–65
  Romania   Poland 81–82
  Romania   Netherlands 74–80
  Israel   Greece 87–76
  Turkey   Poland 71–90
  Turkey   Greece 74–64
  Poland   Netherlands 86–66
  Israel   Romania 119–105
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
7.   Israel 5 5 0 388:338 10 +50
8.   Poland 5 4 1 332:297 6 +35
9.   Turkey 5 3 2 308:332 6 −24
10.   Netherlands 5 2 3 292:306 4 −14
11.   Romania 5 1 4 337:367 2 −30
12.   Greece 5 1 4 284:301 2 −17

Places 1 – 6 in BelgradeEdit

  Czechoslovakia   Bulgaria 70–86
  Yugoslavia   Spain 98–76
  Soviet Union   Italy 69–65
  Yugoslavia   Czechoslovakia 84–68
  Soviet Union   Bulgaria 94–79
  Italy   Spain 89–69
  Italy   Czechoslovakia 68–72
  Soviet Union   Spain 94–80
  Bulgaria   Yugoslavia 76–105
  Spain   Czechoslovakia 87–67
  Bulgaria   Italy 71–90
  Yugoslavia   Soviet Union 90–84
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Yugoslavia 5 5 0 377:304 10 +73
2.   Soviet Union 5 4 1 341:314 8 +27
3.   Italy 5 2 3 312:281 4 +31
4.   Spain 5 2 3 312:348 4 −36
5.   Bulgaria 5 1 4 312:359 2 −47
6.   Czechoslovakia 5 1 4 277:325 2 −48


 1975 FIBA EuroBasket Champions 
 
Yugoslavia
2nd title

Final rankingsEdit

AwardsEdit

Team rostersEdit

ReferencesEdit