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EuroBasket 2017

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FIBA EuroBasket 2017
40th FIBA European Basketball Championship
EuroBasket 2017 logo.png
Tournament details
Host nation  Finland
 Israel
 Romania
 Turkey
Dates 31 August – 17 September
Teams 24 (from 49 federations)
Venues 5 (in 4 host cities)
Games played 76
Attendance 315,737 (4,154 per match)
Champions  Slovenia (1st title)
MVP Slovenia Goran Dragić
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Russia Shved (24.3)  Latvia (91.6)
Rebounds Lithuania Valančiūnas (12.0)  Spain (42.0)
Assists Lithuania Kalnietis (7.2)  Latvia (24.3)
Official website
FIBA EuroBasket 2017
2015
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The EuroBasket 2017 was the 40th edition of the EuroBasket championship that was organized by FIBA Europe and held between 31 August and 17 September 2017. Beginning from 2017, the continental championships take place every four years with a similar system of qualification as for the FIBA Basketball World Cup.[1]

Slovenia won their first ever tournament after defeating Serbia 93–85 in the final.[2] Spain won the bronze medal by beating Russia with the same result.[3]

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Contents

Hosts selection

 A EuroBasket 2017 hashtag sign outside Istanbul's Abdi İpekçi Arena.
A EuroBasket 2017 hashtag sign outside Istanbul's Abdi İpekçi Arena.

Following the decision to relocate the 2015 tournament, original hosts Ukraine were offered the chance to host the 2017 edition, but they declined, citing the ongoing unrest in the country.[4] Countries expressed interest in hosting were Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland (possible joint bid),[5][6] Serbia, Macedonia, and Bulgaria (possible joint bid),[7] United Kingdom,[8][9] Israel,[10] Poland,[11] Slovenia,[12] Belgium.[13]

On 5 November 2015, FIBA Europe announced that five national federations have applied to organise the EuroBasket 2017: Finland, Israel, Poland, Romania and Turkey.[14]

On 11 December 2015, FIBA Europe announced that the tournament will be hosted by four countries: Israel, Romania, Finland and Turkey with the knockout stage host at the Sinan Erdem Dome in Istanbul.[15]

Venues

Istanbul
EuroBasket 2017 is located in Europe
Istanbul
Istanbul
Helsinki
Helsinki
Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv
Cluj-Napoca
Cluj-Napoca
EuroBasket 2017 (Europe)
Sinan Erdem Dome
Capacity: 16,000
Istanbul
Ülker Sports Arena
Capacity: 13,000
Helsinki Tel Aviv Cluj-Napoca
Hartwall Arena Menora Mivtachim Arena Polyvalent Hall
Capacity: 14,000 Capacity: 11,000 Capacity: 10,000[16]

Format

A number of 24 qualified teams played in groups of six; the four best teams in these groups advanced to a single-elimination knockout stage.[17]

Qualification

The hosts (4 teams) and 2016 Olympic Games or 2016 Olympic Qualifying Tournament participants (9 other teams) all qualified directly to the EuroBasket 2017.

The remaining 27 teams joined through qualification from 31 August 2016 to 17 September 2016 for 11 places.[18]

Team Qualification method Date of qualification App Last Best placement in tournament
 Finland Host nation 11 December 2015 16th 2015 6th Place (1967)
 Israel Host nation 11 December 2015 29th 2015 Runners-up (1979)
 Romania Host nation 11 December 2015 18th 1987 5th Place (1957)
 Turkey Host nation 11 December 2015 24th 2015 Runners-up (2001)
 Spain 1st in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 31st 2015 Champions (2009, 2011, 2015)
 Lithuania 2nd in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 14th 2015 Champions (1937, 1939, 2003)
 France 3rd in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 38th 2015 Champions (2013)
 Serbia 4th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 6th 2015 Runners-up (2009)
 Greece 5th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 27th 2015 Champions (1987, 2005)
 Italy 6th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 37th 2015 Champions (1983, 1999)
 Czech Republic 7th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 5th 2015 7th Place (2015)
 Latvia 8th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 14th 2015 Champions (1935)
 Croatia 9th in EuroBasket 2015 20 September 2015 13th 2015 3rd Place (1993, 1995)
 Belgium 1st in Qualification Group A 14 September 2016 17th 2015 4th Place (1947)
 Germany 1st in Qualification Group B 17 September 2016 24th 2015 Champions (1993)
 Russia 1st in Qualification Group C 10 September 2016 13th 2015 Champions (2007)
 Poland 1st in Qualification Group D 17 September 2016 28th 2015 Runners-up (1963)
 Slovenia 1st in Qualification Group E 14 September 2016 13th 2015 4th Place (2009)
 Georgia 1st in Qualification Group F 17 September 2016 4th 2015 11th Place (2011)
 Hungary 1st in Qualification Group G 14 September 2016 15th 1999 Champions (1955)
 Iceland 2nd in Qualification Group A (top 4 ranked of 2nd-placed teams) 17 September 2016 2nd 2015 24th Place (2015)
 Ukraine 2nd in Qualification Group E (top 4 ranked of 2nd-placed teams) 17 September 2016 8th 2015 6th Place (2013)
 Montenegro 2nd in Qualification Group F (top 4 ranked of 2nd-placed teams) 14 September 2016 3rd 2013 17th Place (2013)
 Great Britain 2nd in Qualification Group G (top 4 ranked of 2nd-placed teams) 17 September 2016 4th 2013 13th Place (2009, 2011, 2013)

Draw

The draw took place in Turkey on 22 November 2016.[19][20]

Seedings

FIBA Europe released the seedings for the EuroBasket 2017 draw on 20 November 2016.[21] According to the FIBA Europe regulations the participating nations, the 9 participants of the 2016 Olympic Games and Olympic Qualifying Tournaments would be seeded first, based on their respective records in EuroBasket 2015, with the remaining teams seeded based on their qualification records.[21]

As in the EuroBasket 2015, each of the four hosts was granted the right to select a partner federation for commercial and marketing criteria. These teams would automatically be placed into the same group as their chosen partner country.

Host team Chosen team Date
 Finland  Iceland 7 October 2016[22]
 Israel  Lithuania 27 October 2016[23]
 Romania  Hungary 3 November 2016[24]
 Turkey  Russia 15 November 2016[25]

Final draw

Seed 1 Seed 2 Seed 3 Seed 4 Seed 5 Seed 6

 Spain
 Lithuania b
 France
 Serbia

 Greece
 Italy
 Czech Republic
 Latvia

 Croatia e
 Israel b
 Turkey d
 Finland a

 Russia d
 Slovenia
 Hungary c
 Georgia

 Germany
 Belgium
 Poland
 Montenegro

 Iceland a
 Great Britain
 Ukraine
 Romania c

^a Finland was paired with Iceland before the draw.
^b Israel was paired with Lithuania before the draw.
^c Romania was paired with Hungary before the draw.
^d Turkey was paired with Russia before the draw.
^e Before the draw it was already certain that Croatia would end up in the group with Hungary and Romania, due to the assignments of Finland, Israel and Turkey in their pot.

Squads

Preliminary round

Similar to EuroBasket 2015 the preliminary round is being played in four different venues in different countries. Each of the four groups exists of six teams, the best four teams of each group advance to the knockout stage. The first matches were played on August 31 and the last are scheduled for September 7.[26]

Group A

Venue: Helsinki, Finland

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Slovenia 5 5 0 446 384 +62 10 Knockout stage
2  Finland (H) 5 4 1 426 408 +18 9
3  France 5 3 2 450 422 +28 8
4  Greece 5 2 3 421 400 +21 7
5  Poland 5 1 4 411 414 −3 6
6  Iceland 5 0 5 355 481 −126 5
Source: EuroBasket
Rules for classification: 1) Points. 2) Head-to-head results. 3) Points difference. 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
31 August 2017
Slovenia  90–81  Poland
Iceland  61–90  Greece
France  84–86 OT  Finland
2 September 2017
Poland  91–61  Iceland
Greece  87–95  France
Finland  78–81  Slovenia
3 September 2017
France  115–79  Iceland
Slovenia  78–72  Greece
Finland  90–87 2OT  Poland
5 September 2017
Iceland  75–102  Slovenia
Poland  75–78  France
Greece  77–89  Finland
6 September 2017
Slovenia  95–78  France
Greece  95–77  Poland
Finland  83–79  Iceland

Group B

Venue: Tel Aviv, Israel

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Lithuania 5 4 1 426 359 +67 9 Knockout stage
2  Germany 5 3 2 355 346 +9 8[a]
3  Italy 5 3 2 346 322 +24 8[a]
4  Ukraine 5 2 3 367 392 −25 7[b]
5  Georgia 5 2 3 390 394 −4 7[b]
6  Israel (H) 5 1 4 358 429 −71 6
Source: EuroBasket
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Germany 61–55 Italy
  2. ^ a b Ukraine 88–81 Georgia
31 August 2017
Germany  75–63  Ukraine
Lithuania  77–79  Georgia
Italy  69–48  Israel
2 September 2017
Georgia  57–67  Germany
Ukraine  66–78  Italy
Israel  73–88  Lithuania
3 September 2017
Georgia  81–88  Ukraine
Lithuania  78–73  Italy
Germany  80–82  Israel
5 September 2017
Ukraine  62–94  Lithuania
Italy  55–61  Germany
Israel  91–104 OT  Georgia
6 September 2017
Germany  72–89  Lithuania
Georgia  69–71  Italy
Israel  64–88  Ukraine

Group C

Venue: Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Spain 5 5 0 449 303 +146 10 Knockout stage
2  Croatia 5 4 1 397 336 +61 9
3  Montenegro 5 3 2 378 367 +11 8
4  Hungary 5 2 3 335 370 −35 7
5  Czech Republic 5 1 4 356 441 −85 6
6  Romania (H) 5 0 5 316 414 −98 5
Source: EuroBasket
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
1 September 2017
Hungary  58–67  Croatia
Spain  99–60  Montenegro
Romania  68–83  Czech Republic
2 September 2017
Montenegro  72–48  Hungary
Czech Republic  56–93  Spain
Croatia  74–58  Romania
4 September 2017
Hungary  85–73  Czech Republic
Montenegro  72–76  Croatia
Spain  91–50  Romania
5 September 2017
Czech Republic  75–88  Montenegro
Croatia  73–79  Spain
Romania  71–80  Hungary
7 September 2017
Czech Republic  69–107  Croatia
Hungary  64–87  Spain
Montenegro  86–69  Romania

Group D

Venue: Istanbul, Turkey

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Serbia 5 4 1 400 353 +47 9[a] Knockout stage
2  Latvia 5 4 1 444 396 +48 9[a]
3  Russia 5 4 1 378 366 +12 9[a]
4  Turkey (H) 5 2 3 388 380 +8 7
5  Belgium 5 1 4 353 410 −57 6
6  Great Britain 5 0 5 390 448 −58 5
Source: EuroBasket
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c Serbia 3 Pts, +7 PD; Latvia 3 Pts, +5 PD; Russia 3 Pts, −12 PD
1 September 2017
Belgium  103–90  Great Britain
Serbia  92–82  Latvia
Turkey  73–76  Russia
2 September 2017
Latvia  92–64  Belgium
Russia  75–72  Serbia
Great Britain  70–84  Turkey
4 September 2017
Latvia  97–92  Great Britain
Belgium  67–76  Russia
Serbia  80–74  Turkey
5 September 2017
Russia  69–84  Latvia
Great Britain  68–82  Serbia
Turkey  78–65  Belgium
7 September 2017
Russia  82–70  Great Britain
Belgium  54–74  Serbia
Latvia  89–79  Turkey

Knockout stage

Venue: Istanbul, Turkey

 
Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
 
                           
 
9 September
 
 
 Germany 84
 
12 September
 
 France 81
 
 Germany 72
 
10 September
 
 Spain 84
 
 Spain 73
 
14 September
 
 Turkey 56
 
 Spain 72
 
9 September
 
 Slovenia 92
 
 Slovenia 79
 
12 September
 
 Ukraine 55
 
 Slovenia 103
 
10 September
 
 Latvia 97
 
 Latvia 100
 
17 September
 
 Montenegro 68
 
 Slovenia 93
 
9 September
 
 Serbia 85
 
 Lithuania 64
 
13 September
 
 Greece 77
 
 Greece 69
 
10 September
 
 Russia 74
 
 Croatia 78
 
15 September
 
 Russia 101
 
 Russia 79
 
9 September
 
 Serbia 87 Third place
 
 Finland 57
 
13 September 17 September
 
 Italy 70
 
 Italy 67  Spain 93
 
10 September
 
 Serbia 83  Russia 85
 
 Serbia 86
 
 
 Hungary 78
 

Final

17 September 2017 Slovenia  93–85  Serbia Sinan Erdem Dome, Istanbul  
21:30 Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 36–25, 15–20, 22–18
Pts: Dragić 35
Rebs: Dragić, Dončić 7
Asts: Dragić, Prepelič 3
Boxscore Pts: Bogdanović 22
Rebs: Lučić 8
Asts: Bogdanović 5
Attendance: 12,095
Referees: Cristiano Maranho (BRA), Tolga Sahin (ITA), Antonio Conde (ESP)


 EuroBasket 2017 Champions 

Slovenia
First title

Final standings

The final standings per FIBA official website:

 Results
Results
Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1st, gold medalist(s)  Slovenia 9 9 0 813 693 +120 18
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Serbia 9 7 2 741 670 +71 16
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Spain 9 8 1 771 608 +163 17
4  Russia 9 6 3 717 693 +24 15
5  Latvia 7 5 2 641 567 +74 12
6  Germany 7 4 3 511 511 0 11
7  Italy 7 4 3 483 462 +21 11
8  Greece 7 3 4 567 538 +29 10
9  Lithuania 6 4 2 490 436 +54 10
10  Croatia 6 4 2 475 437 +38 10
11  Finland 6 4 2 483 478 +5 10
12  France 6 3 3 531 506 +25 9
13  Montenegro 6 3 3 446 467 −21 9
14  Turkey 6 2 4 444 453 −9 8
15  Ukraine 6 2 4 422 471 −49 8
16  Hungary 6 2 4 413 456 −43 8
17  Georgia 5 2 3 390 394 −4 7
18  Poland 5 1 4 411 414 −3 6
19  Belgium 5 1 4 353 410 −57 6
20  Czech Republic 5 1 4 356 441 −85 6
21  Israel 5 1 4 358 429 −71 6
22  Great Britain 5 0 5 390 448 −58 5
23  Romania 5 0 5 316 414 −98 5
24  Iceland 5 0 5 355 481 −126 5
Source: FIBA

Statistics and awards

Statistical leaders

Awards

Most Valuable Player
Slovenia Goran Dragić[28]
All Tournament Team

FIBA broadcasting rights

Medal team rosters

1
2
3
 Slovenia
 Serbia
 Spain
0 Anthony Randolph
1 Matic Rebec
3 Goran Dragić
6 Aleksej Nikolić
7 Klemen Prepelič
8 Edo Murić
11 Jaka Blažič
14 Gašper Vidmar
17 Saša Zagorac
22 Žiga Dimec
31 Vlatko Čančar
77 Luka Dončić
Head coach:
6 Milan Mačvan
7 Bogdan Bogdanović
11 Vladimir Lučić
12 Dragan Milosavljević
14 Stefan Birčević
15 Vladimir Štimac
19 Branko Lazić
22 Vasilije Micić
23 Marko Gudurić
24 Stefan Jović
32 Ognjen Kuzmić
51 Boban Marjanović
Head coach:
4 Pau Gasol
6 Sergio Rodríguez
7 Juan Carlos Navarro
9 Ricky Rubio
13 Marc Gasol
14 Willy Hernangómez
15 Joan Sastre
16 Guillem Vives
18 Pierre Oriola
19 Fernando San Emeterio
21 Álex Abrines
41 Juan Hernangómez
Head coach:

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