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EuroBasket 1961

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EuroBasket 1961
EuroBasket 1961 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryYugoslavia
CityBelgrade
Teams19
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Soviet Union (6th title)
Runners-up Yugoslavia
Third place Bulgaria
Fourth place France
Tournament statistics
MVPSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoj Korać
Top scorerSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radivoj Korać
(24.0 points per game)
1959
1963

The 1961 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 1961, was the twelfth FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, held by FIBA Europe. Eighteen national teams affiliated with the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) entered the competition. The competition was hosted by Yugoslavia. The event was held at the Beograd City Fair.[1]

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Transcription

Contents

First round

Group A

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
A1  Poland  England 47:15 31:19 78:34
A2  Yugoslavia  Greece 36:27 50:30 86:57
A3  England  Yugoslavia 18:49 40:73 58:122
A4  Poland  Greece 40:24 37:22 77:46
A5  Greece  England 39:25 39:18 78:43
A6  Poland  Yugoslavia 34:38 33:34 67:72
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Yugoslavia 3 3 0 280:182 6 +98
2  Poland 3 2 1 222:152 5 +70
3  Greece 3 1 2 181:206 4 −25
4  England 3 0 3 135:278 3 −143

Group B

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
B1  East Germany  Hungary 24:40 40:23 64:63
B2  Hungary  Finland 34:16 31:42 65:58
B3  East Germany  Finland 38:27 39:37 77:64
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  East Germany 2 2 0 141:127 4 +14
2  Hungary 2 1 1 128:122 3 +6
3  Finland 2 0 2 122:142 2 −20

Group C

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
C1  Belgium  Soviet Union 25:39 23:50 48:89
C2  Belgium  Spain 41:29 29:38 70:67
C3  Spain  Soviet Union 28:46 21:36 49:82
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Soviet Union 2 2 0 171:97 4 +74
2  Belgium 2 1 1 118:156 3 −38
3  Spain 2 0 2 116:152 2 −36

Group D

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
D1  Israel  West Germany 29:18 41:23 70:41
D2  West Germany  Bulgaria 23:32 24:38 47:70
D3  Bulgaria  Israel 21:27 27:15 48:42
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Bulgaria 2 2 0 118:89 4 +29
2  Israel 2 1 1 112:89 3 +23
3  West Germany 2 0 2 88:140 2 −52

Group E

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
E1  Sweden  Czechoslovakia 14:29 19:29 33:58
E2  Czechoslovakia  Turkey 37:38 33:39 70:77
E3  Turkey  Sweden 30:11 25:29 55:40
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Turkey 2 2 0 132:110 4 +22
2  Czechoslovakia 2 1 1 128:110 3 +18
3  Sweden 2 0 2 73:113 2 −40

Group F

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
F1  France  Romania 30:37 36:31 66:68
F2  Romania  Netherlands 46:32 38:34 84:66
F3  France  Netherlands 48:20 43:34 91:54
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Romania 2 2 0 152:132 4 +20
2  France 2 1 1 157:122 3 +35
3  Netherlands 2 0 2 120:175 2 −55

Second round

Group 1

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
1/1  Yugoslavia  East Germany 34:37 48:36 82:73
1/2  Poland  Hungary 23:32 20:21 43:53
1/3  Soviet Union  Poland 38:26 29:27 67:53
1/4  Yugoslavia  Belgium 37:33 48:26 85:59
1/5  East Germany  Soviet Union 18:39 22:32 40:71
1/6  Belgium  Poland 35:28 31:34 66:62
1/7  Yugoslavia  Hungary 37:26 35:40 72:66
1/8  Belgium  East Germany 36:34 33:29 69:63
1/9  Hungary  Soviet Union 15:44 16:49 31:93
1/10  Hungary  Belgium 31:30 28:31 59:61
1/11  Poland  East Germany 35:34 47:37 82:71
1/12  Yugoslavia  Soviet Union 33:42 25:33 58:75
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Soviet Union 5 5 0 395:230 10 +165
2  Yugoslavia 5 4 1 369:340 9 +29
3  Belgium 5 3 2 303:358 8 −55
4  Hungary 5 1 4 272:333 6 −61
5  Poland 5 1 4 307:329 6 −22
6  East Germany 5 1 4 311:367 6 −56

Group 2

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
2/1  Israel  Czechoslovakia 30:27 21:37 51:64
2/2  Bulgaria  Turkey 31:28 29:29 60:57
2/3  Romania  Israel 32:25 30:17 62:42
2/4  Bulgaria  France 22:42 36:29 58:71
2/5  Turkey  Romania 26:26 20:24 46:50
2/6  France  Israel 25:14 39:27 64:41
2/7  Bulgaria  Czechoslovakia 35:31 27:29 62:60
2/8  Czechoslovakia  Romania 30:31 22:24 52:55
2/9  France  Turkey 40:25 34:32 74:57
2/10  Czechoslovakia  France 27:28 35:38 62:66
2/11  Israel  Turkey 28:14 29:36 57:50
2/12  Bulgaria  Romania 34:28 29:23 63:51
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  France 5 4 1 341:286 9 +55
2  Bulgaria 5 4 1 291:281 9 +10
3  Romania 5 4 1 286:269 9 +17
4  Czechoslovakia 5 1 4 308:311 6 −3
5  Turkey 5 1 4 287:311 6 −24
6  Israel 5 1 4 233:288 6 −55

Classification Round

Group 1

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
1/1  Sweden  Netherlands 26:21 21:27 47:48
1/2  West Germany  Sweden 28:16 20:27 48:43
1/3  Netherlands  West Germany 24:21 24:25 48:46
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Netherlands 2 2 0 96:93 4 +3
2  West Germany 2 1 1 94:91 3 +3
3  Sweden 2 0 2 90:96 2 −6

Group 2

Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
2/1  Finland  England 25:16 46:22 71:38
2/2  Greece  Spain 17:37 29:36 46:73
2/3  Spain  England 44:24 55:26 99:50
2/4  Greece  Finland 40:37 31:40 71:77
2/5  Finland  Spain 30:57 23:42 53:99
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1  Spain 3 3 0 271:149 6 +122
2  Finland 3 2 1 201:208 5 −7
3  Greece 3 1 2 195:193 4 +2
4  England 3 0 3 131:248 3 −117

13th-16th place classification playoffs

 
13th-16th place semifinals13th place game
 
      
 
55
 
 
 Finland79
 
59
 
 Netherlands72
 
 Spain61
 
56
 
 Finland60
 
 Spain62
 
 
 West Germany49
 
15th place game
 
 
58
 
 
 Netherlands56
 
 
 West Germany53
Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
55  Finland  Netherlands 40:35 39:37 79:72
56  Spain  West Germany 29:23 33:26 62:49
58  Netherlands  West Germany 27:20 29:33 56:53
59  Spain  Finland 36:34 25:26 61:60

17th-19th place classification playoffs

 
17th-19th place semifinals17th place game
 
      
 
54
 
 
 England41
 
57
 
 Sweden70
 
 Sweden47
 
 
 
 Greece60
 
 Greece
 
 
BYE
 
19th place game
 
 
 
 
 
 England
 
 
 
Match Team 1 Team 2 1.H. 2.H. O.T
54  England  Sweden 20:27 21:43 41:70
57  Sweden  Greece 24:42 23:18 47:60

Final round

Medals Round

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
64
 
 
 Yugoslavia75
 
71
 
 France65
 
 Yugoslavia53
 
65
 
 Soviet Union60
 
 Soviet Union77
 
 
 Bulgaria54
 
Third place
 
 
70
 
 
 France46
 
 
 Bulgaria55

5th-8th place playoffs

 
5th-8th place semifinals5th place game
 
      
 
61
 
 
 Hungary71
 
69
 
 Romania60
 
 Hungary48
 
63
 
 Czechoslovakia53
 
 Belgium65
 
 
 Czechoslovakia74
 
7th place game
 
 
68
 
 
 Romania71
 
 
 Belgium61

9th-12th place playoffs

 
9th-12th place semifinals9th place game
 
      
 
60
 
 
 East Germany50
 
67
 
 Turkey63
 
 Turkey59
 
62
 
 Poland74
 
 Poland74
 
 
 Israel59
 
11th place game
 
 
66
 
 
 East Germany80
 
 
 Israel83


 1961 FIBA EuroBasket Champions 

Soviet Union
6th title

Final rankings

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Yugoslavia
  3.  Bulgaria
  4.  France
  5.  Czechoslovakia
  6.  Hungary
  7.  Romania
  8.  Belgium
  9.  Poland
  10.  Turkey
  11.  Israel
  12.  East Germany
  13.  Spain
  14.  Finland
  15.  Netherlands
  16.  West Germany
  17.  Greece
  18.  Sweden
  19.  England

Team rosters

1. Soviet Union: Jānis Krūmiņš, Gennadi Volnov, Valdis Muižnieks, Maigonis Valdmanis, Viktor Zubkov, Armenak Alachachian, Yuri Korneev, Vladimir Ugrekhelidze, Aleksander Petrov, Aleksander Kandel, Viacheslav Novikov, Albert Valtin (Coach: Alexander Gomelsky)

2. Yugoslavia: Radivoj Korać, Ivo Daneu, Slobodan Gordić, Radovan Radović, Nemanja Đurić, Vital Eiselt, Sreten Dragojlović, Marjan Kandus, Miha Lokar, Miodrag Nikolić, Zvonko Petričević, Željko Troskot (Coach: Aleksandar Nikolić)

3. Bulgaria: Viktor Radev, Mincho Dimov, Ljubomir Panov, Georgi Panov, Atanas Atanasov, Ilija Mirchev, Petko Lazarov, Tsvetko Savov, Khristo Tsvetkov, Khristo Donev, Radko Zlatev, Stefan Stojkov (Coach: Veselin Temkov)

4. France: Jean-Paul Beugnot, Henri Grange, Christian Baltzer, Bernard Mayeur, Michel Rat, Lucien Sedat, Jerome Christ, Michel House, Michel le Ray, Andre Goisbault, Jean-Claude Vergne, Andre Souvre (Coach: André Buffière)

References

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