North Macedonia men's national basketball team

The North Macedonia men's national basketball team (Macedonian: Кошаркарска репрезентација на Северна Македонија, romanizedKošarkarska reprezentacija na Severna Makedonija) represents North Macedonia in international basketball and is controlled by the Basketball Federation of North Macedonia. They joined FIBA in 1993, after they gained independence from Yugoslavia. That same year the national team played their first official match against Estonia. Prior to 1993, Macedonian players took part on the Yugoslavia national team.

North Macedonia
North Macedonia basketball federation.jpg
FIBA ranking54 Decrease 1 (18 November 2022)[1]
Joined FIBA1993
(1936 within Yugoslavia)
FIBA zoneFIBA Europe
National federationKфCM
CoachAleksandar Jončevski
Nickname(s)Лавови
(The Lions)
Црвено-Жолти
(The Red and Yellow)
Фаланга
(Phalanx)
FIBA World Cup
AppearancesNone
EuroBasket
Appearances5
MedalsNone
First international
 Estonia 74–60 Macedonia 
(Wrocław, Poland; 30 May 1993)
[2]
Biggest win
 Macedonia 105–66 Luxembourg 
(Skopje, Macedonia; 3 September 2005)
Biggest defeat
 Croatia 128–72 Macedonia 
(Wrocław, Poland; 1 June 1993)

Macedonia debuted in their first international tournament at the EuroBasket in 1999. They have appeared five times at the event overall, with their top performance coming in 2011.

HistoryEdit

 
Macedonia basketball team prior to a match at Boris Trajkovski Sports Center

Before 1991, Macedonia was a Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, with players from Macedonia being part of the Yugoslavia national team. First match was in 1945 when Macedonia finished 4th. The first match was in 1945 against Croatia finishing 27-29. The team had mostly played matches against teams from other republics of federation and was represented by Macedonian players under the traditional red, color.

EuroBasket 1999Edit

 
Macedonia basketball team at a time out during a match with Latvia.

After qualifying for EuroBasket 1999, the national team was placed in Group A, along with FR Yugoslavia, France and Israel. The first game Macedonia came out firing showing solid competitive play against the French Team, however, eventually lost by a narrow margin of 67–71. Next up, was Group A favorites FR Yugoslavia, showing superior play with their post up offense, Macedonia lost 68–83. With the final game of the group Macedonia played a fairly even match, however, luck was not on their side, losing 82–84. Even though Macedonia lost all 3 of their matches to be eliminated, the team showed heart and talent with their impressive play against France and Israel. Due to their small margin of the losses Macedonia ended the tournament ranked as 13th overall.

EuroBasket 2009Edit

EuroBasket 2009 was the first EuroBasket tournament that Macedonia qualified for in a decade. Macedonia was placed in Group A, along with Greece, Croatia and Israel. Macedonia began the tournament with a brutal 54–86 loss to rivals Greece, but rebounded with an 82–79 victory over Israel. Despite dropping their last match against Croatia, the Israel result was enough to secure second round qualification. In the second round, Macedonia was placed in Group E alongside France, Germany and Russia. Macedonia lost to France in the second round opener, but famously defeated Germany in the next game. Against Russia, Macedonia was narrowly defeated by a score of 69–71. This performance was not enough to secure a berth in to the knockout round. Nevertheless, Macedonia considers this as a historic success for the national team, since it was only the country's second appearance at the EuroBasket and the team advanced past the first round. In the final tournament rankings, Macedonia ranked 9th place with a record of 2–4.

EuroBasket 2011Edit

 
Marin Dokuzovski, head coach of the team in 2011.

Through the qualifying round, Macedonia qualified for EuroBasket 2011 and was in Group C along with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro, and Finland in the preliminary phase. The national team lost their first match to Montenegro 65–70 in overtime but won the remaining four against Croatia 78–76, Greece 72–58, Finland 72–70, and Bosnia and Herzegovina 75–63. Macedonia finished first in the group and advanced to the second round.

In the second round, Macedonia was in Group F with Russia, Slovenia, Greece, Georgia, and Finland. Having beaten Greece and Finland in the preliminary round, Macedonia went in to the second round with a 2–0 record. After beating Georgia 65–63, Macedonia qualified for the knockout round. The team then beat Slovenia 68–59, but lost to Russia by 2 points 63–61 after Sergey Monya made a buzzer-beating shot to win the final game of the second round. Macedonia, therefore, finished second in Group F.

For the first time in the national team's history, it reached the knockout stage where it defeated host country Lithuania 67–65 by 2 points in the quarter-finals. Macedonia then lost to the eventual champion Spain 92–80 in the semi-finals. They then lost again in the third place game to Russia 68–72 and finished in fourth place.

2012 Olympic Qualifying TournamentEdit

 
McCalebb with Macedonia in 2011

By finishing in 4th place at EuroBasket 2011, Macedonia qualified for the 2012 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament. They were drawn into Group D along with Angola and New Zealand. In the first game against Angola, Macedonia came out non-aggressive in the 1st half falling to a 13 pt deficit 40–53 at halftime. During most of the match, the top Macedonian players showed fatigue due to the grueling playoff matches they had played for their club teams. In addition, Macedonia came out with a strong 4th quarter, eventually losing by a margin of 4 points, with the final score being 84–88 Angola. Top scorers for Macedonia against Angola were Pero Antic with 17, and Bo McCalebb with 21. On the next match day, which was the day after with less than 24 hours of rest, Macedonia came out a lot stronger in the 1st quarter with a strong lead that carried over the entire game. Eventually, New Zealand could not recover, and fell to Macedonia with a final score of 84–62. Leading scorers for the game were Todor Gecevski with 16, Antic with 17, and McCalebb with 23.

The Macedonian players got much needed rest before the quarterfinals, which would begin two days later on 6 July 2012. The team, following the 68–64 victory by New Zealand over Angola, won Group D and its opponent in the quarterfinals was to be the Group C runner-up, Dominican Republic. Macedonia lost the game 86–76, though the team had a 13-point lead at halftime. The lost eliminated the national team from qualifying for the 2012 Olympic Games.

EuroBasket 2013Edit

By participating at the 2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Macedonia qualified for EuroBasket 2013 in Slovenia. In a disappointing campaign, Macedonia did not manage to repeat the success from the previous Eurobasket, having one victory in five matches in their preliminary Group B against Serbia 89–75, which was good enough only for the last place in the group stage and 21st overall. The first game of the Eurobasket against Montenegro was particularly demoralizing, as the Montenegrins won 81–80 in controversial fashion, after the referees didn't call interference on the basket during Gjorgji Čekovski's last second game winning attempt, despite the fact that one of the Montenegrin players got his hand trapped in the net.[3] Macedonia's best performers were once again McCalebb and Antić, with 17.6 and 13.8 points per game, respectively.[4] After the tournament, several of the Macedonian veteran players, led by captain Pero Antić, announced their retirement from the national team.

EuroBasket 2015Edit

At the EuroBasket 2015 there were not high expectations for Macedonia, due to their poor performance at their last EuroBasket appearance in 2013. In their first match against Greece they were thoroughly manhandled throughout as they were defeated 65-85. Looking for their first victory heading in to their second match of the tournament they went up against the Netherlands. The outcome was different this time, as the national team played with more energy and heart and pulled out an 78-71 win. Unfortunately, that would wind up being the only win for Macedonia, as they finished with an 1-4 record and a lousy 19th place at the event.

Recent yearsEdit

Since 12 February 2019, the national team participate as North Macedonia. The national team took part in the 2019 FIBA World Cup Pre-Qualifiers, but were eliminated after posting an (1-3) record in their group. The team will now go through EuroBasket 2022 qualifiers for the chance to qualify to the next EuroBasket.

Competitive recordEdit

Minor TournamentsEdit

Team imageEdit

Home groundEdit

 
Home Ground
 
Home Ground

The BTSC – Boris Trajkovski Sports Center Macedonian: Спортски центар Борис Трајковски, Skopje is a multi-functional indoor sports arena. It is located in the Karpoš Municipality of Skopje, Macedonia. It is named after the former president, Boris Trajkovski. Its capacity is 10,000 .There is an Olympic size Swimming Pool and 5 Star Hotel Alexander Palace within the complex. Additional Water Land Fun Park and Ice Skating Rink next to it.

The arena is a home-ground of the Macedonian basketball team (men and women). The venue also contains four restaurants and a sports bar.

ColorsEdit

National kit colors are colors of the flag which are also Spread on the Presidential Shield. Noble Red blood and Golden Yellow Sun Devine "ILI".

TeamEdit

Current rosterEdit

Squad for the games vs Norway and Denmark on November 10 and November 13, 2022.

North Macedonia men's national basketball team roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Age – Date of birth Height Club Ctr.
C 0 Bojan Krstevski 33 – (1989-06-04)4 June 1989 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) MZT Skopje  
PG 00 T. J. Shorts 25 – (1997-10-15)15 October 1997 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Bonn  
G 4 Boban Stajić 29 – (1993-10-06)6 October 1993 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Pelister  
G/F 8 Vojdan Stojanovski (C) 34 – (1987-12-09)9 December 1987 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in) MZT Skopje  
G 9 Andrej Magdevski 26 – (1996-01-14)14 January 1996 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) MZT Skopje  
G/F 10 Adem Mekić 26 – (1995-12-28)28 December 1995 1.97 m (6 ft 6 in) MZT Skopje  
F 11 Stojan Gjuroski 31 – (1991-11-06)6 November 1991 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in) Ourense  
C 15 Teodor Simić 18 – (2004-02-04)4 February 2004 2.14 m (7 ft 0 in) Borac  
G/F 20 Damjan Robev 25 – (1997-04-10)10 April 1997 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) MZT Skopje  
F/C 22 Andrej Maslinko 25 – (1997-05-20)20 May 1997 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) Gostivar  
G/F 25 Viktor Efremovski 24 – (1998-10-21)21 October 1998 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) Gostivar  
PF 99 Strahil Nikolov 22 – (2000-07-17)17 July 2000 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) TFT  
F Amar Hot 19 – (2003-08-17)17 August 2003 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) Feniks  
Head Coach
Assistant Coaches

Legend
  • Club – describes last
    team before the competition
  • Age – describes age
    on 12 July 2022

Following list is of active players who have been called up by the national team in the last year

Players previously called up roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Age – Date of birth Height Club Ctr.
F 24 Jacob Wiley   28 – (1994-09-04)4 September 1994 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in) Real Betis  
C 13 Ljubomir Mladenovski 27 – (1995-05-02)2 May 1995 2.10 m (6 ft 11 in) Pelister  
F/C 1 Filip Bakoč 26 – (1996-05-02)2 May 1996 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) Akademija FMP  
PG 5 Kristijan Nikolov 26 – (1996-10-15)15 October 1996 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in) Konya  
F/C 00 Dimitar Pandev 25 – (1997-10-09)9 October 1997 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) MZT Skopje  
G 7 Nenad Dimitrijević 24 – (1998-02-23)23 February 1998 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) UNICS Kazan  
PF 6 Valmir Kakruki 22 – (2000-09-20)20 September 2000 2.04 m (6 ft 8 in) Rabotnički  
SF 23 Andrej Jakimovski 21 – (2001-03-18)18 March 2001 2.02 m (6 ft 8 in) Washington State University  
G Dario Mitevski 21 – (2001-09-27)27 September 2001 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) MZT Skopje  
PG 77 Viktor Tashovski 20 – (2001-11-22)22 November 2001 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) TFT  
G/F 55 Marko Milovanović 20 – (2002-01-18)18 January 2002 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in) Juvi Cremona  
G 21 Luka Savićević 20 – (2002-02-19)19 February 2002 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) Eastern Michigan University  
F 6 Andrej Andonoski 20 – (2002-04-02)2 April 2002 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) MZT Skopje Uni Banka  
F Goce Petrushevski 20 – (2002-08-24)24 August 2002 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) San Severo  
G 14 Pavel Danailovski 20 – (2002-10-11)11 October 2002 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) Rabotnički  
G Rezart Memed 19 – (2003-05-01)1 May 2003 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) Aurora  
SG Dimitar Ivanov 19 – (2003-08-27)27 August 2003 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in) MZT Skopje  
G 1 Andrej Mitrevski 19 – (2003-09-17)17 September 2003 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) Feniks  
PG 1 Rubin Stefanov 17 – (2005-05-03)3 May 2005 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) Cantù  

Depth chartEdit

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2
C Bojan Krstevski Teodor Simić
PF Stojan Gjuroski Andrej Maslinko Strahil Nikolov
SF Damjan Robev Adem Mekić Amar Hot
SG Vojdan Stojanovski Andrej Magdevski Viktor Efremovski
PG T. J. Shorts Boban Stajić

Notable playersEdit

Coaching historyEdit

Past rostersEdit

1999 EuroBasket: finished 13th among 16 teams

4 Vrbica Stefanov, 5 Vlado Ilievski, 6 Gjorgji Čekovski, 7 Mirza Kurtović, 8 Marjan Srbinovski, 9 Igor Mihajlovski, 10 Petar Naumoski, 11 Todor Gečevski, 12 Dejan Jovanovski, 13 Srdjan Stanković, 14 Pero Blaževski, 15 Dušan Bocevski (Coach: Zare Markovski)


2009 EuroBasket: finished 9th among 16 teams

4 Vrbica Stefanov, 5 Dimitar Mirakovski, 6 Darko Sokolov, 7 Riste Stefanov, 8 Vojdan Stojanovski, 9 Pero Blaževski, 10 Dime Tasovski, 11 Todor Gečevski, 12 Pero Antić, 13 Damjan Stojanovski, 14 Jeremiah Massey, 15 Predrag Samardžiski (Coach: Jovica Arsić)


2011 EuroBasket: finished 4th among 24 teams

4 Dimitar Mirakovski, 5 Vlado Ilievski, 6 Darko Sokolov, 7 Bo McCalebb, 8 Vojdan Stojanovski, 9 Damjan Stojanovski, 10 Marko Simonovski, 11 Todor Gečevski, 12 Pero Antic, 13 Ivica Dimcevski, 14 Gjorgji Čekovski, 15 Predrag Samardžiski (Coach: Marin Dokuzovski)


2012 Olympic Qualifying Tournament

4 Aleksandar Kostoski, 5 Vlado Ilievski. 6 Darko Sokolov, 7 Bo McCalebb, 8 Vojdan Stojanovski, 9 Damjan Stojanovski, 10 Marko Simonovski, 11 Todor Gečevski, 12 Pero Antić, 13 Kiril Nikolovski, 14 Gjorgji Čekovski, 15 Predrag Samardžiski (Coach: Marjan Lazovski)


2013 EuroBasket: finished 21st among 24 teams

4 Aleksandar Kostoski, 5 Vlado Ilievski. 6 Darko Sokolov, 7 Bo McCalebb, 8 Vojdan Stojanovski, 9 Damjan Stojanovski, 10 Vladimir Brčkov, 11 Todor Gečevski, 12 Pero Antić, 13 Stojan Gjuroski, 14 Gjorgji Čekovski, 15 Predrag Samardžiski (Coach: Aleš Pipan)


2015 EuroBasket: finished 19th among 24 teams

4 Vladimir Brčkov, 5 Vlado Ilievski. 6 Darko Sokolov, 7 Aleksandar Kostoski, 8 Vojdan Stojanovski, 9 Damjan Stojanovski, 10 Marko Simonovski, 11 Ljubomir Mladenovski, 12 Bojan Trajkovski, 13 Stojan Gjuroski, 14 Richard Hendrix, 15 Predrag Samardžiski (Coach: Marjan Srbinovski)

Recent results and upcoming fixturesEdit

  Win   Loss

2021Edit

26 November 2021 (2021-11-26) North Macedonia   65–94   Spain Skopje
19:30 Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 16–20, 17–29, 18–24
Pts: Simić 18
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Nikolov 6
Boxscore Pts: Sima 17
Rebs: Sima 7
Asts: Guerra, Pérez 4
Arena: Jane Sandanski Arena
Attendance: 1,985
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU), Alexandre Deman (FRA), Sergei Beliakov (RUS)
Note:
29 November 2021 (2021-11-29) Ukraine   78–61   North Macedonia Kyiv
19:00 Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 16–17, 19–13, 29–14
Pts: Pustovyi 18
Rebs: Lukashov, Petrov 7
Asts: three players 4
Boxscore Pts: Krstevski 14
Rebs: Wiley 9
Asts: Nikolov 6
Arena: Palace of Sports
Attendance: 2,300
Referees: Kerem Baki (TUR), Gintaras Vitkauskas (LTU), Gvidas Gedvilas (LTU)
Note:

2022Edit

24 February 2022 (2022-02-24) Georgia   91–70   North Macedonia Tbilisi
19:00 Scoring by quarter: 24–18, 22–13, 22–16, 23–23
Pts: McFadden 26
Rebs: Shermadini 15
Asts: Bakradze 7
Boxscore Pts: Stojanovski 15
Rebs: Krstevski 11
Asts: Krstevski 4
Arena: Tbilisi Sports Palace
Attendance: 2,821
Referees: Mārtiņš Kozlovskis (LAT), Ilias Kounelles (CYP), Goran Šljivić (AUT)
Note:
27 February 2022 (2022-02-27) North Macedonia   65–79   Georgia Skopje
20:00 Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 14–25, 17–15, 13–21
Pts: Dimitrijević 25
Rebs: Wiley 9
Asts: Wiley 4
Boxscore Pts: McFadden 24
Rebs: Jintcharadze, Shermadini 8
Asts: McFadden 5
Arena: Boris Trajkovski Sports Center
Attendance: 1,428
Referees: Martin Horozov (BUL), Gatis Saliņš (LAT), Ivor Matějek (CZE)
Note:
1 July 2022 (2022-07-01) Spain   80–44   North Macedonia Zaragoza
19:30 Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 26–6, 17–8, 18–13
Pts: Saiz 19
Rebs: Saiz 9
Asts: three players 3
Boxscore Pts: Jakimovski 14
Rebs: Jakimovski 6
Asts: Nikolov 4
Arena: Pabellón Príncipe Felipe
Attendance: 6,112
Referees: Oskars Lūcis (LAT), Dariusz Zapolski (POL), Alexandre Deman (FRA)
Note:
4 July 2022 (2022-07-04) North Macedonia   68–73   Ukraine Skopje
18:00 Scoring by quarter: 21–35, 16–12, 16–10, 15–16
Pts: Jakimovski 17
Rebs: Jakimovski 9
Asts: four players 3
Boxscore Pts: Mykhailiuk 24
Rebs: Kovalov, Kravtsov 6
Asts: five players 2
Arena: Boris Trajkovski Sports Center
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Luis Castillo (ESP), Mārtiņš Kozlovskis (LAT), Marek Kúkelčík (SVK)
Note:
25 August 2022 Denmark   70–73   North Macedonia Næstved, Denmark
18:00 (UTC+2) Scoring by quarter: 18–14, 11–20, 26–21, 15–18
Pts: Jukić 20
Rebs: Lundberg 9
Asts: Lundberg 4
Boxscore Pts: Dimitrijević 29
Rebs: Maslinko 5
Asts: Dimitrijević 4
Arena: Næstved Arena
Attendance: 1,418
Referees: Tanel Suslov (EST), Can Mavisu (TUR), Francisco Araña (ESP)
28 August 2022 North Macedonia   79–75   Slovakia Skopje, North Macedonia
19:00 (UTC+2) Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 21–20, 19–17, 20–12
Pts: Dimitrijević 20
Rebs: Jakimovski 5
Asts: Dimitrijević 7
Boxscore Pts: Mokráň 18
Rebs: Mokráň 11
Asts: Ihring, Krajčovič 6
Arena: SRC Kale
Attendance: 1,900
Referees: Ciprian Stoica (ROU), Özlem Yalman (TUR), Alexandre Deman (FRA)
10 November 2022 North Macedonia   58–36   Norway Gevgelija, North Macedonia
19:00 (UTC+1) Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 18–7, 11–11, 13–7
Pts: Krstevski, Stojanovski 14
Rebs: Krstevski 10
Asts: Shorts 8
Boxscore Pts: Frey, Jawara 11
Rebs: Berg 7
Asts: Frey 3
Arena: Gevgelija Sports Hall
Referees: Łukasz Jankowski (POL), Valentin Oliot (FRA), Jan Baloun (CZE)
13 November 2022 North Macedonia   74–710(OT)   Denmark Gevgelija, North Macedonia
19:00 (UTC+1) Scoring by quarter: 14–20, 18–17, 16–17, 16–10, Overtime: 10–7
Pts: Shorts 33
Rebs: Gjuroski 6
Asts: Shorts 6
Boxscore Pts: Darboe 21
Rebs: Zohore 13
Asts: Darboe 10
Arena: Gevgelija Sports Hall
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Geert Jacobs (BEL), Alin Faur (ROU)

2023Edit

StatisticsEdit

Most games playedEdit

Rank Name NT Career Games
1 Todor Gečevski 1996–2013 89
2 Vojdan Stojanovski 2008 – 75
3 Vrbica Stefanov 1995–2009 66
4 Gjorgji Čekovski 1999–2017 60
5 Damjan Stojanovski 2009–2021 57
6 Pero Blaževski 1995–2009 54
7 Predrag Samardžiski 2005–2015 52
8 Pero Antić 2002–2013 49
9 Vlado Ilievski 1998–2015 47
10 Darko Sokolov 2006–2019 45

All time points scoredEdit

Rank Name NT Career Total Points Caps Points per game
1 Petar Naumoski 1995–2002 989 42 23.5
2 Vrbica Stefanov 1995–2009 947 66 14.3
3 Todor Gečevski 1996–2013 891 89 10.0
4 Vojdan Stojanovski 2008 – 764 75 10.2
5 Pero Antić 2002–2013 605 49 12.3
6 Bo McCalebb 2010–2013 543 25 21.7
7 Vlado Ilievski 1998–2015 500 47 10.6
8 Dejan Jovanovski 1995–2002 394 38 10.4
9 Damjan Stojanovski 2009–2021 328 57 5.8
10 Gjorgji Čekovski 1999–2017 318 60 5.3
  • * Active NT players are listed in bold
  • * Official FIBA games excluding Friendly games

Leader in points per gameEdit

Name PPG Competition
Petar Naumoski 29.4 EuroBasket 1997 qualification
Petar Naumoski 30.5 EuroBasket 1999 qualification
Petar Naumoski 15.0 EuroBasket 1999
Vrbica Stefanov 21.2 EuroBasket 2001 qualification
Petar Naumoski 19.3 EuroBasket 2003 qualification
Vrbica Stefanov / Pero Antić 15.2 EuroBasket 2005 Division B*
Vrbica Stefanov 19.0 EuroBasket 2007 qualification
Vrbica Stefanov 15.0 EuroBasket 2009 qualification
Pero Antić 12.5 EuroBasket 2009
Bo McCalebb 23.5 EuroBasket 2011 qualification
Bo McCalebb 21.4 EuroBasket 2011
Bo McCalebb 26.3 2012 Olympic Qualifying
Bo McCalebb 17.6 EuroBasket 2013
Bojan Trajkovski 11.3 EuroBasket 2015 qualification
Aleksandar Kostoski 9.8 EuroBasket 2015
Vojdan Stojanovski 17.2 EuroBasket 2017 qualification
Jordan Theodore 19.5 2019 World Cup Pre-Qualifiers
Vojdan Stojanovski 15.2 EuroBasket 2021 qualification Round 1, 2 & 3
Nenad Dimitrijević 25.0 World Cup 2023 Qualifiers
Nenad Dimitrijević 24.5 EuroBasket 2025 qualification Pre-Qualifiers
  • Only played 2005 season in Division B (won promotion)

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIBA Ranking Presented by Nike". FIBA. 18 November 2022. Retrieved 18 November 2022.
  2. ^ "XXVIII European Championship (München 1993) Qualifying stage". Linguasport. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Montenegro escapes Macedonia". orlandomagicdaily.com. FanSided Inc. 4 September 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
  4. ^ "MKD – 2013 EuroBasket". archive.fiba.com. FIBA. 22 September 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013.

External linksEdit