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SYSTEM OF COMPETITION
  EuroBasket 2005 System Of Competition
TOP SCORERS TODAY
Tony Parker
FRA
Born: 17.05.1982
Height: 1.86
Points
1.Parker, T. (FRA)25
2.Pietrus, M. (FRA)23
3.Nowitzki, D. (GER)23
4.Rancic, D. (CRO)22
5.Tomas, M. (CRO)22
HEADLINES
  28.09.2005 - Savic Backs Obradovic
  27.09.2005 - Slovenia: Lorbek Gives Thumbs-Up To EuroBasket
  27.09.2005 - Bergeaud Aiming To Keep Team Spirit
  27.09.2005 - Saez Sticks By Pesquera
  27.09.2005 - Gasol Eyes Japan Date
  26.09.2005 - Pesquera Satisfied With EuroBasket Efforts
  25.09.2005 - France Overwhelm Still Tired Spain In Bronze Medal Game
  25.09.2005 - Germany 1993 success: Serb philosophy and Germans' hard work
  25.09.2005 - FIBA Europe Photographers Bring EuroBasket To Life
  25.09.2005 - Greece Hopes To Repeat Of Magic of 87
  25.09.2005 - EuroBasket 2005 Final - The Tale Of The Tape
  25.09.2005 - Nowitzki Bails Germany Out Again
  25.09.2005 - Spain Suffer Again At EuroBasket
  24.09.2005 - Relentless Greece steal game from France in closing seconds
  24.09.2005 - Greeks Stun France, Reach Final

 
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NEWS

25 September 2005

Greece concluded their improbable EuroBasket run with a convincing 78-62 victory over Germany to win the 2005 EuroBasket gold medal.

In front of a raucous pro-Greece sold out crowd of 20,000 at the Belgrade Arena, the Greeks used their trademark of teamwork, solid defence and strong outside shooting to claim their first gold medal since 1987.

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01 October 2005
Those who missed the action from EuroBasket 2005 will now have a second chance to watch the greatest moments of Europe’s top competition.
 
Mediazone.com, the website which offered the live video streaming during the championship to a limited number of countries, now offers 36 games for download without any country restriction at prices between 5 USD (single game) and 25 USD (all 40 games).
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25 September 2005

Germany's Dirk Nowitzki claimed the Most Valuable Player award at the 2005 EuroBasket and topped the competition's All-Tournament team.

Nowitzki won the honour - voted by international media representatives at Belgrade Arena - for leading Germany to Sunday's final against Greece. The Dallas Mavericks star went into the final as the tournament's leading scorer (26.7 ppg) and second-leading rebounder (10.8 rpg) and shot blocker (1.8 blpg).

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01 October 2005

Spanish point guard Jose Manuel Calderon has re-affirmed his commitment to his country despite departing to play his basketball in the NBA.

The former TAU Ceramica player quit the Liga ACB this summer to sign for the Toronto Raptors.

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30 September 2005

Spain international shooting guard Juan Carlos Navarro has tried to remain positive after his side's frustrating EuroBasket campaign.

Spain achieved their first aim of the tournament by qualifying for next year's World Championships in Japan, but they lost their semi-final to Germany by just one point before falling apart in the game for the bronze medal against France - losing by 30 points.

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30 September 2005

France captain and Pamesa Valencia player Antoine Rigaudeau has decided to call it quits.

Rigaudeau came out of international retirement to help the French team capture the bronze medal at EuroBasket 2005, which they accomplished on Sunday by beating Spain in Belgrade.

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30 September 2005

As the dust settles on EuroBasket 2005, and basketball players return to clubs in Europe and North America to begin preparations for the new season, spare one last thought for the gold-medal winning Greeks, the side that had the most important of ingredients for victory in Belgrade.

Humility, modesty, there is no "I" in team - whatever you want to call it - the Greeks had it.

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29 September 2005
Patrick Femerling believes his Germany team-mate Dirk Nowitzki deserves the recognition he received this month in Serbia & Montenegro after proving yet again he is one of the top players in the world.

Femerling, whose fine play at center helped his national side clinch the silver medal at the EuroBasket, was full of praise for Dallas Mavericks forward Nowitzki, who was voted most valuable player of the competition after leading the tournament in scoring at 26.7 points per game.

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SCOREBOARD
Final
25.09.2005
Greece78
62Germany
SCOREBOARD
Placings 3rd and 4th
25.09.2005
France98
68Spain
SCOREBOARD
Placings 5th and 6th
25.09.2005
Lithuania79
70Slovenia
SCOREBOARD
Placings 7th and 8th
25.09.2005
Russia74
92Croatia

 

 FINAL STANDINGS

SCOREBOARD
Semi-Finals
24.09.2005
Greece67
66France
Germany74
73Spain
LEADING SCORERS
Dirk Nowitzki
GER
Avg: 26.1
Born: 19.06.1978
Height: 2.13
Points Per Game
NameAvg
1.Nowitzki, D.26.1
2.Navarro, J.25.2
3.Kirilenko, A.17.5
4.Rakocevic, I.16.3
5.Giricek, G.15.7
LEADING REBOUNDERS
Andrei Kirilenko
RUS
Avg: 11.8
Born: 18.02.1981
Height: 2.09
Total Rebounds
NameAvg
1.Kirilenko, A.11.8
2.Nowitzki, D.10.6
3.Khryapa, V.8.7
4.Reyes, F.7.7
5.Pietrus, F.7.1
ASSIST LEADERS
Dimitrios Diamantidis
GRE
Avg: 5.0
Born: 06.05.1980
Height: 1.96
Assists
NameAvg
1.Diamantidis, D.5.0
2.Jaric, M.4.3
3.Burstein, T.4.0
4.Rakocevic, I.4.0
5.Tapiro, M.4.0