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Quarterfinalists determined in Helsinki - Jul 21, 2016

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Germany - Israel 89-73
Germany rolled past Israel to advance into the quarterfinal stage. Jan Niklas Wimberg (206-F-96) posted 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead the winners. Germany accounted for a 43:38 halftime lead. They fired 27 points in the third term to take a 10-point lead at the final intermission. Germany maintained the lead throughout the fourth quarter and marched to the win. Andreas Obst (192-SG-96, agency: BeoBasket) produced 15 points for Germany. Tamir Blatt (180-PG-97) responded with 15 points and 7 assists for Israel.

Spain - Hungary 87-66
Spain eased past Hungary in the eighthfinal clash in Helsinki. Santiago Yusta (200-F/G-97) led well-balanced effort with 13 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Spain unloaded 30 points in the first period to take a 20-point lead. They cruised to the victory afterwards. Francisco Alonso, Sergi Garcia (191-PG-97) and Yankuba Sima (211-C-96) had 10 points each for the winning side. Balint Mocsan (193-G-97) responded with 17 points for Hungary.

Finland - Lithuania 62-81
Lithuania had little problems reaching the quarterfinal stage in Helsinki. They upset hosting Finland in the playoffs today. Tautvydas Paliukenas (192-SG-96) posted 20 points to lead the visitors. Lithuania ignited a 26:11 run in the second term to take a 16-point halftime lead. They followed with a 25:14 run in the third term and cleared off for good. Martynas Echodas (204-C/F-97) produced 17 points in the victory. Lauri Markkanen (213-PF-97) responded with 22 points and 8 boards for Finland.

Turkey - France 82-75
Turkey beat France to advance into the next round of action in Helsinki. Omer Yurtseven (213-F/C-98) produced 19 points and 9 rebounds for the winners. France and Turkey stayed neck and neck throughout the first half. The scoreboard read 39:39 at the interval. However Turkey spurred ahead in the third term. They piled up a 61:55 lead at the final break. Turkey sank 21 points in the fourth quarter and sealed the win. Yigit Arslan (195-SG-96, agency: Octagon Europe) delivered 15 points for the winners. Elie Okobo (188-SG-97) responded with 23 points for France.

Ukraine - Belgium 95-73
Ukraine coasted past Belgium to reach the quarterfinal stage. Sergiy Pavlov (199-PF-97, agency: AproK Sports Group) stepped up with 18 points for Ukraine. Belgium accounted for 27:24 lead at the first break. But Ukraine went on a 52:26 rally in the next two quarters to surge ahead for good. Oleksandr Kobets (194-SF-96) provided 15 points in the win. Thomas Akyazili (188-PG-97) answered with 13 points for Belgium.

Serbia - Italy 65-70
Italy overcame Serbia to remain in the title hunt. Diego Flaccadori (194-PG-96) came up with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for the Azzurri. Serbia looked solid in the first half. They piled up a 36:30 halftime lead. They extended the gap at 8-point mark at the final break. But Italy responded with a strong 25:12 run in the fourth term and stunned Serbia. Daniel Donzelli (200-SG-96) had 16 points and 9 rebounds for the winning side. Vasilije Vucetic (209-F/C-96) replied with 16 points for Serbia.

Czech Republic - Slovenia 79-77 OT
Czech Republic survived overtime to nip Slovenia in the eighthfinal clash. Matej Svoboda (200-F-96) was pivotal with 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners. Czech Republic eked out a 34:33 halftime lead. They stretched the lead at 5-point mark heading into the fourth frame. Slovenia denied the deficit in the next period and forced overtime. Czech Republic fired 13 points in the extra period and sealed the winning outcome. Martin Roub (203-C-97) had 19 points for the winners. Sandi Grubelic (190-PG-96, agency: XL Basketball Agency) responded with 18 points for Slovenia.

Sweden - Latvia 53-66
Latvia stayed in the title race in Helsinki. They rallied past Sweden in the playoffs. Rihards Lomazs (187-G-96) scored 17 points to lead the winners. Latvia established a 35:19 halftime lead. They protected the lead throughout the second half and raced to the win. Klavs Cavars (205-C-96) produced 12 points for Latvia. Sheriff Drammeh (186-G-96) responded with 15 points and 7 rebounds for Sweden.


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Greece celebrate title in Crete - 2 months ago
FINAL Greece - Israel 65-56 Greece celebrated Gold in Crete. The Hellenes prevailed against Israel to clinch the title. Antonios Koniaris (196-PG-97) came up with 15 points to lead the champions. Israel silenced the home crowd with a 16:9 start to the game. But Greece quickly picked up the tempo. The Hellenes went on a 17:7 run in the second term to gain a 26:23 halftime lead. Greece poured in 22 points in the third quarter to gain a 7-point lead. The home side kept Israel at distance th...   [read more]

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European Championships U20 Final Standings
 1. Greece
 2. Israel
 3. France
 4. Spain
 5. Serbia
 6. Lithuania
 7. Germany
 8. Iceland
 9. Turkey
 10. Ukraine
 11. Montenegro.
 12. Sweden
 13. Italy
 14. Slovenia
 15. Czech Rep.
 16. Latvia
European Championships U20 Final Standings Div.B
 1. Romania
 2. Croatia
 3. U.Kingdom
 4. Russia
 5. Poland
 6. Belgium
 7. Georgia
 8. Portugal
 9. Finland
 10. Holland
 11. Hungary
 12. Kosovo
 13. FYR Macedon.
 14. Albania
 15. Belarus
 16. Slovakia
 17. Armenia
 18. Ireland
 19. Azerbaijan
 20. Malta
 21. Moldova
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Sviatoslav MYKHAILIUK
  Avg: 20.4
 1. Mykhailiuk, UKR20.4 
 2. Popovic, MNT18.4 
 3. Echodas, LTU17.1 
 4. Yurtseven, TUR17.0 
 5. Birutis, LTU17.0 
 6. Hlinason, ISL16.7 
 7. Zoosman, ISR16.3 
 8. Wagner, GER16.1 
 9. Blatt, ISR16.0 
 10. Marinkovic, SRB15.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13.8
 1. Birgander, SWE13.8 
 2. Popovic, MNT12.2 
 3. Hlinason, ISL11.6 
 4. Yurtseven, TUR11.4 
 5. Sjoberg, SWE9.0 
 6. Echodas, LTU8.9 
 7. Okeke, ITA8.1 
 8. Birutis, LTU8.1 
 9. Skapintsev, UKR8.0 
 10. Noua, FRA7.9 
Assists Per Game
 Tamir BLATT
  Avg: 10.1
 1. Blatt, ISR10.1 
 2. Beliauskas, LTU6.3 
 3. Garcia, ESP5.6 
 4. Sisko, SLO5.3 
 5. Beyschlag, GER5.3 
 6. Peno, SRB5.0 
 7. Korkmaz, TUR4.8 
 8. Birkans, LAT4.7 
 9. Mykhailiuk, UKR4.4 
 10. Bakic, MNT4.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Korkmaz, TUR2.6 
 2. Wagner, GER2.6 
 3. Koniaris, GRE2.4 
 4. Zotov, UKR2.3 
 5. Zoosman, ISR1.9 
 6. Mykhailiuk, UKR1.7 
 7. Thorbjarnars., ISL1.7 
 8. Sisko, SLO1.7 
 9. Beyschlag, GER1.6 
 10. Yilmaz, TUR1.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Hlinason, ISL3.1 
 2. Yurtseven, TUR2.1 
 3. Durmaz, TUR2.1 
 4. Cekic, MNT1.9 
 5. Simanic, SRB1.8 
 6. Birutis, LTU1.7 
 7. Macura, SLO1.6 
 8. Birgander, SWE1.6 
 9. Tote, ITA1.4 
 10. Tkachenko, UKR1.3 
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