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EuroBasket 1981

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EuroBasket 1981
EuroBasket 1981 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryCzechoslovakia
Dates26 May – 5 June
Teams13
Venue(s)3 (in 3 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Soviet Union (13th title)
Runners-up Yugoslavia
Third place Czechoslovakia
Fourth place Spain
Tournament statistics
MVPSoviet Union Valdis Valters
Top scorerPoland Mieczysław Młynarski
(23.1 points per game)
1979
1983

The 1981 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 1981, was the 22nd FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, held by FIBA Europe. The competition was hosted by Czechoslovakia and took place from May 26 to June 5, 1981.

Venues

Havířov Bratislava Prague
Ice Stadium Havířov
Capacity 7 000
Ondrej Nepela Arena
Capacity 10 000
Sportovní hala
Capacity 15 000
HC Havirov Panthers.JPG
OndrejNepela1.JPG
Praha T-Mobile Arena (6).JPG

Participants

Twelve national teams took part in the competition, divided in 2 six-teams groups.

Group A Group B

First stage

The winner of each match earns two points, the loser one. The first three teams advance to the final stage, the last three team take part in the classification round.

Group A – Bratislava

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Spain 5 5 0 452 362 +90 10
 Czechoslovakia 5 4 1 393 358 +35 9
 Israel 5 3 2 418 396 +22 8
 France 5 2 3 402 409 −7 7
 England 5 1 4 313 371 −58 6
 Greece 5 0 5 356 438 −82 5
Israel 82 – 74 England
Greece 70 – 95 Czechoslovakia
Spain 102 – 93 France
Greece 81 – 86 France
Spain 89 – 81 Israel
Czechoslovakia 71 – 62 England
Greece 62 – 64 England
Czechoslovakia 69 – 72 Spain
France 76 – 88 Israel
England 47 – 78 Spain
France 47 – 78 Czechoslovakia
Greece 71 – 82 Israel
Israel 85 – 86 Czechoslovakia
Greece 72 – 111 Spain
England 66 – 78 France

Group B – Havířov

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 5 5 0 489 377 +112 10
 Yugoslavia 5 4 1 489 439 +50 9
 Italy 5 3 2 418 407 +11 8
 Poland 5 2 3 429 429 0 7
 West Germany 5 1 4 334 395 −61 6
 Turkey 5 0 5 346 458 −112 5
West Germany 66 – 51 Turkey
Soviet Union 101 – 89 Poland
Yugoslavia 99 – 88 Italy
Soviet Union 86 – 54 West Germany
Yugoslavia 92 – 89 Poland
Italy 94 – 73 Turkey
Yugoslavia 112 – 68 Turkey
Poland 81 – 71 West Germany
Italy 67 – 97 Soviet Union
Turkey 79 – 97 Soviet Union
Poland 81 – 90 Italy
Yugoslavia 98 – 86 West Germany
West Germany 57 – 79 Italy
Turkey 75 – 89 Poland
Yugoslavia 88 – 108 Soviet Union

Places 7–12

 Greece  Poland 78–89
 England  West Germany 58–65
 France  Turkey 67–60
 Turkey  Greece 64–72
 Poland  England 92–69
 France  West Germany 83–70
 West Germany  Greece 67–71
 England  Turkey 60–63
 France  Poland 93–102


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
7  Poland 5 5 0 453 386 +67 10
8  France 5 4 1 407 379 +28 9
9  Greece 5 2 3 364 370 −6 7
10  West Germany 5 2 3 339 344 −5 7
11  Turkey 5 1 4 313 354 −41 6
12  England 5 1 4 317 360 −43 6

Places 1–6 in Prague

 Israel  Yugoslavia 87–102
 Spain  Italy 87–86
 Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union 84–110
 Spain  Soviet Union 101–110
 Israel  Italy 98–116
 Yugoslavia  Czechoslovakia 95–86
 Soviet Union  Israel 112–84
 Italy  Czechoslovakia 83–100
 Spain  Yugoslavia 72–95


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Soviet Union 5 5 0 537 424 +113 10
2  Yugoslavia 5 4 1 479 441 +38 9
3  Spain 5 3 2 421 441 −20 8
4  Czechoslovakia 5 2 3 425 445 −20 7
5  Italy 5 1 4 440 481 −41 6
6  Israel 5 1 4 435 505 −70 6

Finals

Placement Team 1 Team 2 Res.
3rd place  Spain  Czechoslovakia 90–101

Finals

Placement Team 1 Team 2 Res.
1st place  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia 84–67


 1981 FIBA EuroBasket Champions 

Soviet Union
13th title

Final rankings

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Yugoslavia
  3.  Czechoslovakia
  4.  Spain
  5.  Italy
  6.  Israel
  7.  Poland
  8.  France
  9.  Greece
  10.  West Germany
  11.  Turkey
  12.  England

Awards

1981 FIBA EuroBasket MVP: Valdis Valters (Soviet Union Soviet Union)
All-Tournament Team[1]
Soviet Union Valdis Valters (MVP)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragan Kićanović
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Dalipagić
Soviet Union Anatoly Myshkin
Soviet Union Vladimir Tkachenko

Team rosters

1. Soviet Union: Valdis Valters, Anatoly Myshkin, Vladimir Tkachenko, Sergėjus Jovaiša, Alexander Belostenny, Stanislav Yeryomin, Sergei Tarakanov, Andrey Lopatov, Nikolay Deryugin, Aleksandr Salnikov, Gennadi Kapustin, Nikolai Fesenko (Coach: Alexander Gomelsky)

2. Yugoslavia: Krešimir Ćosić, Dražen Dalipagić, Mirza Delibašić, Dragan Kićanović, Andro Knego, Peter Vilfan, Predrag Benaček, Ratko Radovanović, Boban Petrović, Branko Skroče, Željko Poljak, Petar Popović (Coach: Bogdan Tanjević)

3. Czechoslovakia: Kamil Brabenec, Stanislav Kropilák, Zdenek Kos, Vlastimil Klimes, Vojtech Petr, Vlastimil Havlik, Jaroslav Skala, Juraj Zuffa, Peter Rajniak, Zdenek Bohm, Justin Sedlak, Gustav Hraska (Coach: Pavel Petera)

4. Spain: Juan Antonio Corbalán, Juan Antonio San Epifanio, Wayne Brabender, Fernando Martín, Candido "Chicho" Sibilio, Manuel Flores, Ignacio "Nacho" Solozábal, Rafael Rullán, Juan Domingo de la Cruz, Quim Costa, Josep Maria Margall, Fernando Romay (Coach: Antonio Díaz-Miguel)

References

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