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European Championships U16 2003 - Men Basketball


Division A  Division B  Division C  



European Championships U16 2003 logo
Standings
Group A
1.Turkey 5-0
2.Russia 4-1
3.France 3-2
4.FYROM 2-3
5.Lithuan. 1-4
6.Bulgaria 0-5
Group B
1.Serbia/M. 5-0
2.Spain 3-2
3.Slovenia 2-3
4.Greece 2-3
5.Italy 2-3
6.Israel 1-4
 

  Serbia & Montenegro wins the EC for Cadets !
With a terrific third quarter (30-16), the Serbians confirmed their superiority over all the other countries and beat Turkey in the Final by 68-83. Milenko Tepic (197-F-87), with 31 points and 9 rebounds, and Dragan Labovic, with 27, where the heros for the champion team. Meanwhile, the Russian NT got the Bronze medal after rolling over Spain by 90-72.

  European Cadet Championship 2003 Final Standings
See here the final classification of the 2003 Under 17 European Championship: 1- Serbia and Montenegro, 2- Turkey, 3- Russia, 4- Spain, 5- France, 6- Slovenia, 7- FYROM, 8- Greece, 9- Italy, 10- Israel, 11- Lithuania, 12- Bulgariabr

  Serbia and Montenegro win Cadet EC 2003


Milenko
Tepic

The Under 17 National Team from Serbia and Montenegro dominated the 2003 edition of the Cadet EuroChampionship, proving once again that this country is the best in Europe in producing basketball talents. This team ended unbeaten the tournment, with a 8-0 record, and an average winning margin of almost 24 points per game. In final Game, Serbia-Montenegro defeated Turkey 83-68, and the best in the winning team have been Milenko Tepic (197-F-87), who scored 31 points and grabbed 9 rebs, and Dragan Labovic, who added 27 pts. The best losing effort came from Turkish Mehmet Yagmur, who scored 20 points. The third place went to Russia, winner over host team Spain 92-70 in the "Little Final". The unanimous tournment MVP has been named Nemanja Aleksandrov (209-F/C-87), a forward-center who has a great future at the 3 position thanks to his unbelievable 3 pts shooting accuracy (62% in the tournment) and his great ball handling and court vision. Some observers said he reminds a lot Dirk Nowitzki.

  Turkey vs. Serbia in the finals
Serbia and Turkey will face each other in the Finals of the European Championship for Cadets. Serbia has a very easy way to the Finals after defeating Russia by 26 points in the Semi Finals, 89-63. Just like in the Juniors WC the hosting team lost by a very small margin in the Semi Finals and will play for the Bronze medal. Turkey, without Ersan Ilyasova, beat the hosting team of Spain 76-74 and will try to capture the gold vs. Serbia. Both Turkey and Serbia didn't lose a single game so far in the Championship. France and Slovenia will fight for the 5th place, Greece will play vs. FYROM for the 7th place. Semi FinalsTurkey 76 - Spain 74
Turkey, still without their best player, and by far one of the best in the championship - Ersan Ilyasova that got injured during the games, managed to beat Spain thanks to a great finish in the last quarter.
Turkey (16+25+18+17): Akyol 15, Yagmur 13, Bayav 10, Gorluk 9, Yetim 7, Demir 6, Savas 5, Goktas 5, Coskun 4, Civi 2
Spain (20+24+19+11): Teruel 18, Antelo 16, Aspe 13, Rubio 11, Munoz 5, Vilanova 5, Zapata 4, Fuster 2
Serbia 89 - Russia 63
Serbia continue to dominate with a big force in the games. The Serbians were up by 16 already after one quarter and easily won by 26 points on the way to the finals.
Serbia (24+21+19+25): Aleksandrov 30, Djurkovic 15, Labovic 15, Mijatovic 12, Tepic 7, Trajkovic 3, Jereminov 2, Dragovic 2, Medenica 2, Nikolic 1
Russia (8+15+24+16): Zavorouev 14, Sheleketo 10, Korolev 8, Ayrapetyan 7, Urazmanov 6, Stepanekov 6, Kouline 5, Lukash 4, Shmarin 3

5-8 Games
France 80 - Greece 60
Easy win for France that opened a double digit gap already in the 1st half.
France (17+21+23+19): Salmon 16, Curti 12, Akinocho 11, M'Baye 9, Bataille 8, Cheriet 8, Kasperzec 6, Bach 4, Pellin 3, Metin 2, Couret 1
Greece (9+15+20+16): Trichopoulos 11, Katiakos 11, Matos 11, Vasileiou 9, Petrakis 7, Verginis 6, Noeas 3, Schortsanitis 2
Slovenia 58 - FYROM 55
Slovenia
(12+13+11+20): Horvat 11, Perko 11, Kanlic 10, Mlakar 9, Mocnik 8, Vidmar 4, Tomic 2, Globovnik 2, Krajnc 1
FYROM (13+17+18+7): Trajkovski 19, Petrovski 16, Nedelkov 7, Petkovski 6, Trajkovski 5, Misajlovski 29-10 Game
Italy 69 - Israel 52
Israel missed the injured Omri Kaspi and Ofir Levy and lost for the second time in the games to Italy by a big margin.
Italy (24+8+21+16): Bruttini 15, Datome 13 + 8 rbs, Desole 12, Piazza 9, D'inca 8, Ganeto 5, Persico 4, Cuccarolo 3
Israel (11+13+15+13): Zamir 17, Ohayon 11, Hirsh 6, Tzabar 4, Shifer 4, Fest 3, Gur-Arie 2, Cohen 2, Shiran 2, Buchbinder 111-12 Game
Lithuania 101 - Bulgaria 54
Bulgaria finished the games with 0 wins and a huge defeat in the last game. Nedzinskas celebrated for Lithuania with 41 points. Only 13 less than the entire team of Bulgaria.
Lithuania (24+29+20+28): Nedzinskas 41, Dilys 18, Ivanauskas 12, Jonusauskas 10, Gasiunas 5, Adomaitis 4, Trakimas 4, Gecevicius 3, Baniulis 2, Knysas 1, Smaizys 1
Bulgaria (19+7+11+17): Lilov I. 14, Lilov L. 9, Cholakov 8, Petrov 8, Fikoff 5, Kostov 4, Genov 4, Dimitrov 2

  Cadets EC - Quarterfinals results
Spain advanced to semis beating France 71-66 thanks to a good performing from Aspe (22 pts) and Antelo (15). Turkey defeated Greece 79-71 after a close game, Russia beat Slovenia and Serbia-Montenegro routed FYR Macedonia 86-58

  Games results
July 25, 2003:
Quarterfinals
Spain - France
Turkey - Greece
Russia - Slovenia
Serbia and Montenegro - FYR MacedoniaJuly 23, 2003:
Group A

Bulgaria - Russia 56-89
Lithuania - FYR Macedonia 52-73
France - Turkey 73-78
Group B
Serbia and Montenegro - Israel 87-62
Greece - Spain 79-54
GRE: Schortsianitis 9, Verginis 7, Noeas 7
ESP: Teruel 18, Antelo 15, Rubio 11, Aspe 11
Italy - Slovenia 51-61July 22, 2003:
Group A

Turkey - Russia 75-57
TUR: Ilyasova 16, Yagmur 16, Akyol 11
RUS: Zavorouev 13, Stepanenkov 12, Korolev 9
FYR Macedonia - Bulgaria 91-58
MKD: Milanovski 30, Petrovski 18, B.Trajkovski 17
BUL: L.Lilov 10, Cholakov 9, Kostov 9
France - Lithuania 100-65
FRA: Metin 23, Bataille 11, Curti 11
LTU: Gasiunas 18, Dilys 10, Ivanauskas 10
Group B
Slovenia - Israel 59-67 (- Rok Perko 21)
Greece - Italy 63-59
Spain - Serbia and Montenegro 61-108 (Teruel 16, Rubio 13, Antelo 12 - Aleksandrov 28, Labovic 21, Tepic 16)July 20, 2003
Group A

Russia - FYR Macedonia 85-73 (Stepenankov 25 -)
Lithuania - Turkey 72-107
Bulgaria - France 77-87
Group B
Israel - Greece 71-75 (- Anestis Matos 25+10reb)
Serbia and Montenegro - Slovenia 86-68
Italy - Spain 66-61 (Da Tome 18, Buttini 16, Ganeto 8 - Antelo 17, Rubio 14, Aspe 10)
 
July 19, 2003
Group A

Turkey - FYR Macedonia 79-65 (Emir Bayar 24 -)
Lithuania - Bulgaria 73-70 (- Ivan Lilov 25)
France - Russia 89-91 (Aldo Curti 25 -)
Group B
Greece - Serbia and Montenegro 66-84
Italy - Israel 79-55
Spain - Slovenia 73-71
ESP: Antelo 22, Teruel 13, Fuster 11
SLO: Moknik 18, Mlakar 17, Horvat 15

July 18, 2003
Group A

Bulgaria - Turkey 54-78
TUR: Egin Bayav 12
FYR Macedonia - France 67-71
Russia - Lithuania 76-73
Group B
Serbia and Montenegro - Italy 94-72
Slovenia - Greece 70-57
Spain - Israel 75-66
ESP: Antelo 26, Teruel 12, Zapata 9
ISR: Levy 17, Ohayon 16, Cohen 8 Teams Rosters

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO
Aleksandrov Nemanja -209-F-87
Labovic Dragan -205-F-87
Tepic Milenko -198-F-87
Mijatovic Nenad -191-G-87
Dragovic Nikola -198-F-87
Teodosic Milos -195-G-87
Nikolic Stefam -180-G-87
Djurkovic Marko -204-C-87
Zivcevic Nenad -87
Jereminov Branko -185-G-87
Medenica Boban -200-F-87
Trajkovic Dusan -190-G-87
ITALY
Da Tome Luigi -201-F-87 Olbia
Bruttini Davide -202-G/F-87 Virtus Siena
Ganeto Gabriele -198-G-87 Biella
Chiumenti Alberto -201-C-87 Busatta Bassano del Grappa
Ferrarese Simone -181-G-87 Olimpia Milano
Fois Riccardo -190-G-87 Olbia
Persico Edoardo -205-C-87 Livorno
D'Inca Alberto -189-G-87 Benetton Treviso
Piazza Alessandro -175-G-87 Fortitudo Bologna
Campielo Andrea -198-F/C-87 Vicenza
Desole Francesco -186-G-87 Sassari
Cuccarolo Gino -214-C-87 Benetton Treviso
SLOVENIA
Mocnik Jan -87
Mlakar Dejan -88
Horvat Tadej -87
Tomic Boban -88
Smalovic Semir -87
Vidmar Gasper -87
Perko Rok -87
Krajnc Jure -87
Grusovnik Borut -87
Globovnik Uros -87
Kanlic Ervin -87
Kristo Aljosa -87
ISRAEL
Levy Ofir -189-G-87
Ohayon Yogev -186-G-87
Cohen Ohad -189-G-87
Casspi Omri -198-F-88
Tzabar Dor -178-G-87
Shiran Amit -197-F-87
Hirsh Omer -191-F/G-87
Buchbinder Roi -196-F-87
Fest Roy -189-G-87
Gur-Arie Daniel -198-F-87
Shifer Yahonatan -193-F-87
Zamir Omer -188-G-87
SPAIN
Antelo Jose Angel -201-F-87 Real Madrid
Teruel Albert -196-F-87 Badalona
Aspe Alberto -195-F-87 Real Madrid
Zapata Cristian -199-C-87 FC Barcelona
Rubio Marc -188-G-88 Badalona
Munoz Daniel Borja -182-G-87 Real Madrid
Fuster Pere -187-G-87 Siglo XXI Pais Vasco
GarcĂ­a Marcel -202-C-87 Badalona
Vilanova Roger -182-G-87 Gabriel de Ripollet
Perez-Urrutia Miguel -186-G-87 Estudiantes
Rojas Javier -195-F-87 Real Madrid
Soto Javier -200-C-87 Real Madrid
GREECE
Schortsianitis Alexandros -87
Verginis Dimitrios -87
Noeas Petros -87
Petrakis Alexandros -87
Katiakos Dimitrios -87
Manolopoulos Sotiris -87
Athanasoulas Ioannis -87
Trichopoulos Georgios -87
Vasileiou Ioannis -87
Matos Anestis -87
Tsiotras Theodoros -87
Toutziarakis Stavros -87
FRANCE
Metin Maxime -196-F/G-87
Bataille Baptiste -176-G-87
Curti Aldo -180-G-87
Salmon Aurelien -202-C-87
Pellin Marc-Antoine -169-G-87
Cel Aaron -199-F-87
Kasperzec Mateusz -191-G-87 Born in Krakow (POL)
Mbaye Abdulaye -186-G-88
Bach Jason -195-F-87 Born in Fort-De-France, Martinique
Couret Francois -180-G-87
Akinocho Yunss -198-F-87
Cheriet Mehdi -201-F/C-87
LITHUANIA
Gasiunas Paulius -87
Ivanauskas Paulius -87
Dilys Vilmantas -87
Trakimas Remigijus -87
Gecevicius Martynas -88
Adomaitis Aurimas -87
Siksnius Arydas -87
Nedzinskas Vytautas -87
Jonusauskas Tadas -87
Knysas Giedrius -87
Baniulis Evaldas -87
Smaizys Julius -87
FYR MACEDONIA
Nelkovski Ognen -87
Milanovski Daniel -87
Konzulov Filip -88
Nedelkov Vlatko -87
Misajlovski Vlado -87
Petrovski Jane -87
Naumoski Ivan -87
Petkovski Petre -88
Trajkovski Bojan -88
Trajkovski Tose -87
BULGARIA
Lilov Ivan -88
Lilov Lubomir -87
Zlatanov Ivan -87
Genkov Borislav -87
Genov Maksim -87
Cholakov Stoyo -87
Nakov Tsenko -87
Kostov Chavdar -88
Petrov Evgeni -87
Fikoff Toma -87
Dimitrov Borislav -87
Adeoye Filip -87
TURKEY
Bayav Engin Emre -207-C-87
Goktas Murat -200-F-87
Akyol Cenk -193-G-87
Yetim Erhan -204-F-87
Gorluk Yasin -197-G-87
Savas Oguz -205-F-87
Coskun Cem -207-C-87
Civi Mehmet -184-G-87
Ilyasova Ersan -205-F-87
Yagmur Mehmet -185-G-87
RUSSIA
Ayrapetyan Karen -87
Voron Andrey 208-C-87
Zavorouev Vassili -195-G-87
Kirillov Nikita -199-F-87
Korolev Yaroslav -205-F/C-87
Kouline Alexei -192-G-87
Stepanenkov Nikita -206-C-87
Urazmanov Artur -87
Sheleketo Maxim -203-F-87
Shmarin Alexey -205-F-87
Lukash Eduard -88
Marchenko Alexey -87

  EC U17 HISTORY
1971: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Italy, 3.USSR, 4.Spain, 5.Greece, 6.Israel, 7.France, 8.Turkey, 9.FR Germany, 10.Sweden, 11.Austria, 12.Switzerland.
1973: 1.USSR, 2.Spain, 3.Yugoslavia, 4.Italy, 5.Greece, 6.Israel, 7.France, 8.Turkey, 9.Poland, 10.Belgium, 11.Czechoslovakia, 12.Sweden, 13.FR Germany, 14.Portugal, 15.Austria, 16.England.
1975: 1.USSR, 2.Greece, 3.Yugoslavia, 4.Italy, 5.Spain, 6.Netherlands, 7.Belgium, 8.Czechoslovakia, 9.FR Germany, 10.Bulgaria, 11.Israel, 12.Sweden, 13.Portugal, 14.Poland, 15.France, 16.Iceland, 17.Austria, 18.England, 19.Scotland.
1977: 1.Turkey, 2.Yugoslavia, 3.USSR, 4.Italy, 5.Spain, 6.France, 7.Belgium, 8.Greece, 9.Poland, 10.FR Germany, 11.Israel, 12.Bulgaria.
1979: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Italy, 3.Spain, 4.FR Germany, 5.USSR, 6.Bulgaria, 7.Syria, 8.Belgium, 9.Greece, 10.Turkey, 11.Austria.
1981: 1.USSR, 2.Italy, 3.FR Germany, 4.Finland, 5.Yugoslavia, 6.Turkey, 7.Greece, 8.Israel, 9.Spain, 10.France, 11.Poland, 12.Sweden.
1983: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Spain, 3.FR Germany, 4.Greece, 5.Italy, 6.USSR, 7.France, 8.Netherlands, 9.Turkey, 10.Sweden, 11.Hungary, 12.Finland.
1985: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Spain, 3.Italy, 4.FR Germany, 5.USSR, 6.Bulgaria, 7.Israel, 8.Turkey, 9.Belgium, 10.Finland, 11.Sweden, 12.France.
1987: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Italy, 3.USSR, 4.Spain, 5.France, 6.FR Germany, 7.Greece, 8.Romania, 9.Israel, 10.Turkey, 11.Belgium, 12.Hungary.
1989: 1.Greece, 2.Yugoslavia, 3.Italy, 4.Turkey, 5.USSR, 6.Spain, 7.Israel, 8.France, 9.FR Germany, 10.Bulgaria, 11.Poland, 12.Belgium.
1991: 1.Italy, 2.Greece, 3.Spain, 4.Turkey, 5.Soviet Union, 6.Israel, 7.FR Germany, 8.Yugoslavia, 9.Bulgaria, 10.Czechoslovakia, 11.Belgium, 12.Switzerland.
1993: 1.Greece, 2.Spain, 3.Russia, 4.Turkey, 5.Lithuania, 6.Italy, 7.France, 8.Israel, 9.Iceland, 10.Germany, 11.Poland, 12.Czech Republic.
1995: 1.Croatia, 2.Spain, 3.Greece, 4. FYROM, 5.Italy, 6.France, 7.Turkey, 8.Israel, 9.Portugal, 10.Finland, 11.Czech Republic, 12.England.
1997: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Russia, 3.Israel, 4.France, 5.Greece, 6.Spain, 7.Slovenia, 8.Croatia, 9.Georgia, 10.FYROM, 11.Italy, 12.Belgium.
1999: 1.Yugoslavia, 2.Greece, 3.Turkey, 4.France, 5.Latvia, 6.Macedonia, 7.Georgia, 8.Spain, 9.Croatia, 10.Poland, 11.Russia, 12.Slovenia
2001: 1. Yugoslavia, 2. Russia, 3. Spain, 4. Lithuania, 5. France, 6. Greece, 7. Turkey, 8. Latvia, 9. Israel, 10. Italy 11. Georgia, 12. Croatia
2003: 1- Serbia and Montenegro, 2- Turkey, 3- Russia, 4- Spain, 5- France, 6- Slovenia, 7- FYROM, 8- Greece, 9- Italy, 10- Israel, 11- Lithuania, 12- Bulgaria

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