2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championship

The 2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championship was held in Novi Sad, Serbia from July 12 to July 22, 2007. The host nation won the tournament after beating the United States 74–69 in the final.[1] Milan Mačvan was named the tournament MVP.

2007 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup
FIBA u-19 Serbia.jpg
Tournament details
Host nationSerbia
DatesJuly 12 – July 22
Teams16 
(from 5 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Serbia
(1st title)
MVPSerbia Milan Mačvan
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Brazil Paulão Prestes (23.0)  United States (93.7)
Rebounds Brazil Paulão Prestes (14.7)  Nigeria (51.6)
Assists Lithuania Žygimantas Janavičius (6.6)  Lithuania (19.4)
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VenuesEdit

Novi Sad
SPC Vojvodina
Capacity: 11,000
 

Final standingsEdit

Rank Team Record
    Serbia 8–1
    United States 8–1
    France 6–3
4th   Brazil 4–5
5th   Australia 8–1
6th   China 4–5
7th   Turkey 4–5
8th   Spain 4–5
9th   Lithuania 4–4
10th   Canada 4–4
11th   South Korea 3–5
12th   Argentina 1–7
13th   Nigeria 2–3
14th   Lebanon 1–4
15th   Mali 1–4
16th   Puerto Rico 0–5

Medal rostersEdit

    4 Mladen Jeremić, 5 Petar Despotović, 6 Dušan Katnić, 7 Stefan Marković, 8 Marko Kešelj, 9 Aleksandar Radulović, 10 Stefan Stojačić, 11 Marko Čakarević, 12 Milan Mačvan, 13 Miroslav Raduljica, 14 Boban Marjanović, 15 Slaven Čupković (Head coach: Miroslav Nikolić)

    4 Tajuan Porter, 5 Stephen Curry, 6 Jonny Flynn, 7 Patrick Beverley, 8 Matt Bouldin, 9 David Lighty, 10 Donté Greene, 11 Raymar Morgan, 12 Deon Thompson, 13 Damian Hollis, 14 Michael Beasley, 15 DeAndre Jordan (Head coach: Jerry Wainwright)

    4 Jessie Bégarin, 5 Nicolas Batum, 6 Antoine Diot, 7 Abdoulaye M'Baye, 8 Olivier Romain, 9 Alexis Ajinça, 10 Benoît Mangin, 11 Edwin Jackson, 12 Rudy Etilopy, 13 Kim Tillie, 14 Ludovic Vaty, 15 Adrien Moerman (Head coach: Richard Billant)

RefereesEdit

  •   Carlos José Julio
  •   Marcos Fornies Benito
  •   Yanping Song
  •   Eddie Viator
  •   Konstantinos Koromilas
  •   Enrico Sabetta
  •   Yuji Hirahara
  •   Tomas Jasevičius
  •   Ilija Belošević
  •   Recep Ankaralı
  •   Jeff Nichols

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SP U19: Srbija šampion sveta!" (in Serbian). b92.net. July 22, 2007.

External linksEdit