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Basketball at the 2018 Mediterranean Games

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3x3 basketball
at the 2018 Mediterranean Games
2018 Mediterranean Games Basketball.png
VenueCamp de Mart Auditorium
Dates27–29 June
Nations13
Teams13 (men)
9 (women)
Champions
Men France
Women France
← 2013
2021 →

The 3x3 basketball tournament at the 2018 Mediterranean Games in Tarragona took place between 27 and 29 June.[1] The men's tournament was held at the Camp de Mart Auditorium. A women's tournament was also organized, after it was cancelled in 2013 because too few teams applied.

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  France (FRA)
Jim Seymour
Charly Pontens
Lucas Dussoulier
Tim Eboh
 Italy (ITA)
Riccardo Bolpin
Leonardo Totè
Federico Mussini
Vittorio Nobile
 Slovenia (SLO)
Dejan Trnjak
Stojan Đekanovič
Jan Novak
Milan Kovačevič
Women  France (FRA)
Assitan Koné
Marie Mané
Victoria Majekodunmi
Caroline Hériaud
 Spain (ESP)
Laia Flores Costa
Marina Lizarazu Herrera
Nogaye Lo Sylla
Laura Quevedo Cañizares
 Portugal (POR)
Ana Rua
Emília Ferreira
Josephine Filipe
Sofia Pinheiro

Men

Participating Nations
Federation Nation
FIBA Africa  Tunisia
FIBA Europe  Andorra
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 France
 Greece
 Italy
 Macedonia
 Portugal
 Serbia
 Slovenia
 Spain
 Turkey

Preliminary Round

Dejan Trnjak (Slovenia) in Tarragona
Dejan Trnjak (Slovenia) in Tarragona

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

Group A

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  Slovenia 2 2 0 40 33 +7 Quarterfinals
2  Greece 2 1 1 36 39 −3
3  Spain 2 0 2 35 39 −4
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
27 June
10:40
Greece  16–21  Slovenia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
17:00
Slovenia  19–17 (OT)  Spain
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
18:00
Spain  18–20  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Group B

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  Italy 2 1 1 39 24 +15 Quarterfinals
2  Croatia 2 1 1 36 38 −2
3  Tunisia 2 1 1 25 38 −13
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
28 June
20:00
Italy  21–5  Tunisia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
21:20
Tunisia  20–17  Croatia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
10:20
Italy  18–19  Croatia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Group C

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  Serbia 2 2 0 43 20 +23 Quarterfinals
2  North Macedonia 2 1 1 30 38 −8
3  Andorra 2 0 2 27 42 −15
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
27 June
11:00
Andorra  10–22  Serbia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
17:20
Serbia  21–10  North Macedonia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
18:20
Andorra  17–20  North Macedonia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Group D

Jim Seymour (France)
Jim Seymour (France)
Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  France 3 3 0 60 29 +31 Quarterfinals
2  Cyprus 3 2 1 48 45 +3
3  Portugal 3 1 2 45 56 −11
4  Turkey 3 0 3 40 63 −23
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
28 June
10:20
Portugal  11–16  Cyprus
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
11:00
France  22–4  Turkey
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
12:00
Turkey  19–21 (OT)  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
20:20
Cyprus  12–17  France
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
11:20
Turkey  17–20  Cyprus
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
12:20
France  21–13  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Elimination stage

Bracket

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
29 June
 
 
 Slovenia19
 
29 June
 
 North Macedonia10
 
 Slovenia3
 
29 June
 
 France21
 
 France20
 
29 June
 
 Croatia18
 
 France (OT)16
 
29 June
 
 Italy14
 
 Italy21
 
29 June
 
 Cyprus9
 
 Italy21
 
29 June
 
 Greece17 Third place
 
 Serbia13
 
29 June
 
 Greece19
 
 Slovenia18
 
 
 Greece11
 

Quarterfinals

29 June
17:00
Slovenia  19–10  North Macedonia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
17:20
France  20–18  Croatia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
17:40
Italy  21–9  Cyprus
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
18:00
Serbia  13–19  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Semifinals

29 June
19:00
Slovenia  3–21  France
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
19:20
Italy  21–17  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Bronze medal match

29 June
20:00
Slovenia  18–11  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Gold medal match

29 June
21:00
France  16–14 (OT)  Italy
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Women

Participating Nations
Federation Nation
FIBA Europe  Andorra
 France
 Greece
 Italy
 Portugal
 Serbia
 Slovenia
 Spain
 Turkey

Preliminary Round

Marina Lizarazu (Spain)
Marina Lizarazu (Spain)

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

Group A

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  Spain 4 4 0 70 37 +33 Semifinals
2  Portugal 4 2 2 40 38 +2
3  Greece 4 2 2 55 55 0
4  Andorra 4 1 3 43 71 −28
5  Slovenia 4 1 3 52 59 −7
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
27 June
11:20
Andorra  5–22  Spain
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
10:40
Spain  21–14  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
11:20
Slovenia  13–6  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
11:40
Greece  16–12  Andorra
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
12:20
Portugal  7–8  Spain
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
17:40
Greece  13–9  Slovenia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
18:40
Andorra  5–14  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
19:00
Spain  19–11  Slovenia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
11:40
Slovenia  19–21 (OT)  Andorra
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
12:00
Portugal  13–12  Greece
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Group B

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1  France 3 3 0 61 24 +37 Semifinals
2  Serbia 3 1 2 47 55 −8
3  Turkey 3 1 2 43 57 −14
4  Italy 3 1 2 38 53 −15
Source: Tarragona 2018
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head record; 3) Points scored.
28 June
19:20
France  20–2  Italy
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
19:40
Serbia  22–13  Turkey
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
20:40
France  21–11  Serbia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
28 June
21:00
Italy  15–19  Turkey
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
10:40
Turkey  11–20  France
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
11:00
Italy  21–14  Serbia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Elimination stage

Bracket

Nogaye Lo Silla and Assitan Koné
Nogaye Lo Silla and Assitan Koné
 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
29 June
 
 
 Spain22
 
29 June
 
 Serbia4
 
 Spain8
 
29 June
 
 France10
 
 France (OT)14
 
 
 Portugal13
 
Third place
 
 
29 June
 
 
 Serbia20
 
 
 Portugal21

Semifinals

29 June
18:20
Spain  22–4  Serbia
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona
29 June
18:40
France  14–13 (OT)  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Bronze medal match

29 June
19:40
Serbia  20–21  Portugal
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

Gold medal match

29 June
20:30
Spain  8–10  France
Camp de Mart Auditorium, Tarragona

References

  1. ^ "3X3 Basketball". Tarragona 2018.
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