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1967 FIBA World Championship

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1967 FIBA World Championship
Campeonato Mundial de Baloncesto de 1967
Tournament details
Host countryUruguay
DatesMay 27 – June 11
Teams13 (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)5 (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Soviet Union (1st title)
Runners-up Yugoslavia
Third place Brazil
Fourth place United States
Tournament statistics
MVPSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivo Daneu
Top scorerPoland Mieczysław Łopatka
(19.7 per game)
1963
1970

The 1967 FIBA World Championship was the 5th FIBA World Championship, the international basketball world championship for men's teams. It was hosted by Montevideo, Uruguay from May 27 to June 11, 1967.

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Contents

Venues

Group City Arena Capacity
Group A Mercedes[1] Gimnasio de Praga[2]  –
Group B Montevideo[1] Peñarol Palace 10,000
Group C Salto[1] Gimnasio de Salto[2]  –
Classification round Córdoba[1] Córdoba Sport Club[2]  –
Final round Montevideo[1] Cilindro Municipal[2] 18,000

Competing nations

Group A Group B Group C

 Italy
 Mexico
 Yugoslavia
 United States

 Argentina
 Japan
 Peru
 Soviet Union

 Brazil
 Paraguay
 Poland
 Puerto Rico

 Uruguay – advanced automatically to the final round as host

Competition format

  • Preliminary round: Three groups of four teams play each other once; top two teams progress to the final round, bottom two teams relegated to classification round.
  • Classification round: All bottom two teams from preliminary round group play each other once. The team with the best record is ranked eighth; the worst is ranked 13th.
  • Final round: All top two teams from preliminary round group, the 1964 Olympic champion, and the host team play each other once. The team with the best record wins the championship.

Preliminary round

Qualified for the final round
Qualified for the classification round

Group A

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 United States 3 3 0 218 192 +26 6
 Yugoslavia 3 2 1 228 211 +17 5
 Mexico 3 1 2 216 221 −5 4
 Italy 3 0 3 178 216 −38 3
27 May
Mexico  73–86  Yugoslavia
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes
27 May
United States  67–56  Italy
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes
28 May
United States  75–65  Mexico
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes
28 May
Italy  62–71  Yugoslavia
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes
29 May
Italy  60–78  Mexico
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes
30 May
United States  76–71  Yugoslavia
Gimnasio de Praga, Mercedes

Group B

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 3 3 0 284 168 +116 6
 Argentina 3 2 1 208 233 −25 5
 Peru 3 1 2 192 215 −23 4
 Japan 3 0 3 177 245 −68 3
27 May
Argentina  69–63  Japan
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo
27 May
Soviet Union  84–46  Peru
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo
28 May
Peru  65–73  Argentina
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo
28 May
Soviet Union  95–56  Japan
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo
30 May
Peru  81–58  Japan
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo
30 May
Soviet Union  105–66  Argentina
Peñarol Palace, Montevideo

Group C

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Brazil 3 3 0 260 164 +96 6
 Poland 3 2 1 244 207 +37 5
 Puerto Rico 3 1 2 206 220 −14 4
 Paraguay 3 0 3 153 272 −119 3
27 May
Brazil  85–41  Paraguay
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto
28 May
Poland  76–64  Puerto Rico
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto
28 May
Paraguay  52–86  Puerto Rico
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto
29 May
Brazil  83–67  Poland
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto
30 May
Paraguay  60–101  Poland
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto
30 May
Brazil  92–56  Puerto Rico
Gimnasio de Salto, Salto

Classification round

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Mexico 5 5 0 318 265 +53 10
 Italy 5 4 1 373 298 +75 9
 Peru 5 3 2 279 281 −2 8
 Japan 5 2 3 327 344 −17 7
 Puerto Rico 5 1 4 342 355 −13 6
 Paraguay 5 0 5 283 379 −96 5
3 June
Paraguay  46–65  Mexico
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
3 June
Puerto Rico  52–57  Peru
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
4 June
Paraguay  58–91  Italy
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
4 June
Mexico  56–44  Peru
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
4 June
Puerto Rico  79–86  Japan
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
5 June
Puerto Rico  59–65  Mexico
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
5 June
Italy  74–57  Japan
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
6 June
Paraguay  55–80  Japan
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
6 June
Italy  68–46  Peru
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
7 June
Japan  54–69  Mexico
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
7 June
Puerto Rico  78–69  Paraguay
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
8 June
Paraguay  55–65  Peru
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
8 June
Puerto Rico  74–78  Italy
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
9 June
Japan  50–67  Peru
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba
9 June
Italy  62–63  Mexico
Córdoba Sport Club, Córdoba

Final round

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Soviet Union 6 5 1 449 368 +81 11
 Yugoslavia 6 4 2 451 432 +19 10 2–0
 Brazil 6 4 2 465 432 +33 10 1–1
 United States 6 4 2 457 391 +66 10 0–2
 Poland 6 2 4 422 469 −47 8
 Argentina 6 1 5 399 479 −80 7 1–0
 Uruguay 6 1 5 347 419 −72 7 0–1

Awards

 1967 World Championship Winner 

Soviet Union
First title

Final ranking

Rank Team Record
1  Soviet Union 8–1
2  Yugoslavia 6–3
3  Brazil 7–2
4  United States 7–2
5  Poland 4–5
6  Argentina 3–6
7  Uruguay 1–5
8  Mexico 6–2
9  Italy 4–4
10  Peru 4–4
11  Japan 2–6
12  Puerto Rico 2–6
13  Paraguay 0–8

All-Tournament Team

Top scorers (ppg)

  1. Mieczyslaw Lopatka (Poland) 19.7
  2. Bohdan Likszo (Poland) 19.3
  3. Luiz Cláudio Menon (Brazil) 18.6
  4. Ernesto Ghermann (Argentina) 18.3
  5. Gianfranco Lombardi (Italy) 17.5
  6. Ubiratan Pereira Maciel (Brazil) 15.9
  7. Manuel Raga (Mexico) 15.6
  8. Radivoj Korać (Yugoslavia) 14.6
  9. Arturo Guerrero (Mexico) 14.4
  10. Ivo Daneu (Yugoslavia) 14.0

References

External links

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