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2011 FIBA European Basketball Championship (EuroBasket)

Tournament Information

Tournament Dates:Aug 31 - Sep 18, 2011
Gold Medal:Spain
Silver Medal:France
Bronze Medal:Russia
MVP:Juan Carlos Navarro
All-Tournament Team:Pau Gasol, Bo McCalebb, Tony Parker, Andrei Kirilenko, Juan Carlos Navarro
Location:N/A
Tournament Attendance:N/A
Tournament Officials:Juan Arteaga, Ilija Belosevic, David Berekashvili, Murat Biricik, David Chambon, Christos Christodoulou, Marius Ciulin, Marek Cmikiewicz, Csaba Cziffra, Srdan Dozai, Volodymyr Drabikovsky, Fabio Facchini, Renaud Geller, Spyridon Gontas, Tomas Jasevicius, Damir Javor, Milivoje Jovcic, Apostolos Kalpakas, Juris Kokainis, Oliver Krause, Luigi Lamonica, Olegs Latisevs, Jurgis Laurinavicius, Robert Lottermoser, Anton Makhlin, Petri Mantyla, Sergey Mikhaylov, Aleksandar Milojevik, Emin Mogulkoc, Petar Obradovic, Miguel Perez, Sreten Radovic, Fernando Rocha, Seffi Shemmesh, Zoran Sutulovic, Miroslav Tomov, Robert Vyklicky, Neil Wilkinson, Sergiy Zashchuk, Ademir Zurapovic
 

Tournament Leaders

Total Points:Bo McCalebb (Macedonia) (235)
Total Rebounds:Pero Antic (Macedonia) (93)
Total Assists:Milos Teodosic (Serbia) (63)
Total Steals:Andrei Kirilenko (Russia) (29)
Total Blocks:Mirza Begic (Slovenia) (21)
Total Minutes:Vlado Ilijevski (Macedonia) (413)
Total FIC:Pau Gasol (Spain) (172.4)
Total Fouls:Darius Songaila (Lithuania) (36), Pero Antic (Macedonia) (36)
Total Turnovers:Milos Teodosic (Serbia) (42)
Total FGs:Bo McCalebb (Macedonia) (79)
Total 3PM:Juan Carlos Navarro (Spain) (34)
Total FTs:Bo McCalebb (Macedonia) (64)

Tournament Bracket

Championship Bracket
Spain86
Slovenia64
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Macedonia67
Lithuania65
France64
Greece56
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Russia77
Serbia67
Semifinals
 
 
Spain92
Macedonia80
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
France79
Russia71
Championship Game
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain98
France85

Third Place Game
Macedonia68
Russia72

Fifth Place Bracket
Slovenia77
Lithuania80
 
 
 
 
 
 
Greece87
Serbia77
Fifth Place Game
 
 
Lithuania73
Greece69

Seventh Place Game
Slovenia72
Serbia68


Tournament Participants

TeamTournament WinsTournament LossesTournament Win %Result
Belgium0.00%21st
Bosnia and Herzegovina40.00%13th
Bulgaria40.00%13th
Croatia40.00%17th
Macedonia63.64%4th
Finland37.50%9th
France81.82%Silver
Georgia25.00%11th
Germany50.00%9th
Great Britain40.00%13th
Greece63.64%6th
Israel40.00%13th
Italy20.00%17th
Latvia0.00%21st
Lithuania72.73%5th
Montenegro20.00%21st
Poland40.00%17th
Portugal0.00%21st
Russia10 90.91%Bronze
Serbia45.45%8th
Slovenia54.55%7th
Spain10 90.91%Gold
Turkey37.50%11th
Ukraine40.00%17th

Tournament Schedule

Date Away Team Home Team Result Venue Home Leaders Away Leaders
Aug 31, 2011
Italy
Serbia
68-80 Siauliai Arena PTS: 15. Milenko Tepic
REB: 8. Milan Macvan
AST: 8. Milos Teodosic
PTS: 22. Andrea Bargnani
REB: 9. Andrea Bargnani
AST: 5. Marco Belinelli
Aug 31, 2011
Poland
Spain
78-83 Cido Arena PTS: 29. Pau Gasol
REB: 7. Pau Gasol
AST: 3. Victor Sada
PTS: 19. Lukasz Koszarek
REB: 9. Adam Hrycaniuk
AST: 7. Thomas Kelati
Aug 31, 2011
Georgia
Belgium
81-59 Svyturys Arena PTS: 13. Christophe Beghin
REB: 6. Christophe Beghin
AST: 4. Christophe Beghin
PTS: 16. Zaza Pachulia
REB: 11. Viktor Sanikidze
AST: 4. Viktor Sanikidze
Aug 31, 2011
Macedonia
Montenegro
65-70 Alytus Arena PTS: 20. Vladimir Dasic
REB: 16. Vladimir Dasic
AST: 4. Omar Cook
PTS: 17. Bo McCalebb
REB: 11. Predrag Samardziski
AST: 4. Bo McCalebb
Aug 31, 2011
Portugal
Turkey
56-79 Cido Arena PTS: 14. Hedo Turkoglu
REB: 8. Ersan Ilyasova
AST: 6. Kerem Tunceri
PTS: 12. Elvis Evora
REB: 12. Elvis Evora
AST: 3. Miguel Minhava
Aug 31, 2011
Latvia
France
78-89 Siauliai Arena PTS: 31. Tony Parker
REB: 7. Joakim Noah
AST: 7. Tony Parker
PTS: 32. Janis Blums
REB: 6. Andrejs Selakovs
AST: 6. Janis Blums
Aug 31, 2011
Bulgaria
Slovenia
59-67 Svyturys Arena PTS: 18. Erazem Lorbek
REB: 9. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 6. Goran Dragic
PTS: 20. E.J. Rowland
REB: 11. Dejan Ivanov
AST: 2. Dejan Ivanov
Aug 31, 2011
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Greece
67-76 Alytus Arena PTS: 13. Nick Calathes
REB: 10. Kosta Koufos
AST: 4. Nikos Zisis
PTS: 15. Elmedin Kikanovic
REB: 6. Henry Domercant
AST: 5. Sasa Vasiljevic
Aug 31, 2011
Finland
Croatia
79-84 Alytus Arena PTS: 27. Bojan Bogdanovic
REB: 8. Ante Tomic
AST: 3. Krunoslav Simon
PTS: 14. Petteri Koponen
REB: 9. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 6. Petteri Koponen
Aug 31, 2011
Israel
Germany
64-91 Siauliai Arena PTS: 25. Dirk Nowitzki
REB: 10. Chris Kaman
AST: 4. Steffen Hamann
PTS: 20. Guy Pnini
REB: 6. Lior Eliyahu
AST: 3. Yogev Ohayon
Aug 31, 2011
Great Britain
Lithuania
69-80 Cido Arena PTS: 16. Rimantas Kaukenas
REB: 6. Ksystof Lavrinovic
AST: 5. Mantas Kalnietis
PTS: 25. Luol Deng
REB: 10. Luol Deng
AST: 4. Luol Deng
Aug 31, 2011
Ukraine
Russia
64-73 Svyturys Arena PTS: 20. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 11. Andrei Kirilenko
AST: 4. Viktor Khryapa
PTS: 13. Sergei Lishouk
REB: 9. Oleksiy Pecherov
AST: 6. Steve Burtt
Sep 1, 2011
Serbia
Latvia
92-77 Siauliai Arena PTS: 19. Rolands Freimanis
REB: 8. Rolands Freimanis
AST: 3. Janis Strelnieks
PTS: 23. Nenad Krstic
REB: 6. Marko Keselj
AST: 9. Milos Teodosic
Sep 1, 2011
Spain
Portugal
87-73 Cido Arena PTS: 17. Antonio Tavares
REB: 7. Carlos De Andrade
AST: 5. Miguel Minhava
PTS: 20. Pau Gasol
REB: 9. Marc Gasol
AST: 6. Rudy Fernandez
Sep 1, 2011
Belgium
Bulgaria
65-68 Svyturys Arena PTS: 22. E.J. Rowland
REB: 8. Filip Videnov
AST: 2. E.J. Rowland
PTS: 17. Sam Van Rossom
REB: 8. Thomas Van Den Spiegel
AST: 4. Dimitri Lauwers
Sep 1, 2011
Montenegro
Bosnia and Herzegovina
86-94 Alytus Arena PTS: 23. Mirza Teletovic
REB: 6. Sasa Vasiljevic
AST: 5. Nihad Djedovic
PTS: 16. Omar Cook
REB: 11. Vladimir Dasic
AST: 7. Vladimir Dasic
Sep 1, 2011
Turkey
Great Britain
90-61 Cido Arena PTS: 22. Luol Deng
REB: 8. Luol Deng
AST: 2. Devon Van Oostrum
PTS: 15. Emir Preldzic
REB: 9. Omer Asik
AST: 6. Emir Preldzic
Sep 1, 2011
France
Israel
85-68 Siauliai Arena PTS: 15. Lior Eliyahu
REB: 4. Tal Burstein
AST: 3. Gal Mekel
PTS: 21. Tony Parker
REB: 9. Joakim Noah
AST: 8. Tony Parker
Sep 1, 2011
Russia
Georgia
65-58 Svyturys Arena PTS: 21. Manuchar Markoishvili
REB: 8. Viktor Sanikidze
AST: 3. Giorgi Tsintsadze
PTS: 20. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 6. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 7. Viktor Khryapa
Sep 1, 2011
Greece
Finland
81-61 Alytus Arena PTS: 21. Petteri Koponen
REB: 4. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 4. Teemu Rannikko
PTS: 19. Yannis Bourousis
REB: 10. Yannis Bourousis
AST: 6. Vassilis Xanthopoulos
Sep 1, 2011
Croatia
Macedonia
76-78 Alytus Arena PTS: 19. Bo McCalebb
REB: 8. Todor Gechevski
AST: 5. Bo McCalebb
PTS: 13. Dontaye Draper
REB: 7. Ante Tomic
AST: 6. Dontaye Draper
Sep 1, 2011
Germany
Italy
76-62 Siauliai Arena PTS: 17. Danilo Gallinari
REB: 11. Danilo Gallinari
AST: 4. Marco Belinelli
PTS: 21. Dirk Nowitzki
REB: 17. Chris Kaman
AST: 5. Heiko Schaffartzik
Sep 1, 2011
Lithuania
Poland
97-77 Cido Arena PTS: 16. Thomas Kelati
REB: 6. Adam Lapeta
AST: 4. Lukasz Koszarek
PTS: 19. Mantas Kalnietis
REB: 9. Ksystof Lavrinovic
AST: 6. Mantas Kalnietis
Sep 1, 2011
Slovenia
Ukraine
68-64 Svyturys Arena PTS: 14. Steve Burtt
REB: 5. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 5. Steve Burtt
PTS: 14. Mirza Begic
REB: 7. Edo Muric
AST: 6. Jaka Lakovic
Sep 2, 2011
Israel
Serbia
80-89 Siauliai Arena PTS: 24. Dusko Savanovic
REB: 7. Nenad Krstic
AST: 5. Milos Teodosic
PTS: 18. Yotam Halperin
REB: 10. Elishay Kadir
AST: 9. Afik Nissim
Sep 2, 2011
Great Britain
Spain
69-86 Cido Arena PTS: 21. Pau Gasol
REB: 11. Marc Gasol
AST: 5. Marc Gasol
PTS: 17. Luol Deng
REB: 12. Dan Clark
AST: 6. Devon Van Oostrum
Sep 2, 2011
Poland
Portugal
81-73 Cido Arena PTS: 13. Antonio Tavares
REB: 5. Carlos De Andrade
AST: 4. Filipe da Silva
PTS: 18. Lukasz Koszarek
REB: 9. Pawel Leonczyk
AST: 4. Lukasz Koszarek
Sep 2, 2011
Italy
Latvia
71-62 Siauliai Arena PTS: 19. Rihards Kuksiks
REB: 8. Janis Strelnieks
AST: 4. Janis Strelnieks
PTS: 36. Andrea Bargnani
REB: 9. Stefano Mancinelli
AST: 3. Stefano Mancinelli
Sep 2, 2011
Germany
France
65-76 Siauliai Arena PTS: 32. Tony Parker
REB: 7. Joakim Noah
AST: 6. Tony Parker
PTS: 20. Dirk Nowitzki
REB: 6. Dirk Nowitzki
AST: 3. Heiko Schaffartzik
Sep 2, 2011
Lithuania
Turkey
75-68 Cido Arena PTS: 20. Ersan Ilyasova
REB: 13. Omer Asik
AST: 4. Hedo Turkoglu
PTS: 12. Darius Songaila
REB: 6. Robertas Javtokas
AST: 7. Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sep 3, 2011
Bulgaria
Ukraine
56-67 Svyturys Arena PTS: 18. Oleksandr Kolchenko
REB: 10. Viacheslav Kravtsov
AST: 4. Steve Burtt
PTS: 10. Filip Videnov
REB: 8. Filip Videnov
AST: 5. E.J. Rowland
Sep 3, 2011
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Finland
64-92 Alytus Arena PTS: 17. Mikko Koivisto
REB: 7. Sasu Salin
AST: 6. Teemu Rannikko
PTS: 25. Henry Domercant
REB: 6. Mirza Teletovic
AST: 4. Sasa Vasiljevic
Sep 3, 2011
Georgia
Slovenia
75-87 Svyturys Arena PTS: 22. Jaka Lakovic
REB: 6. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 5. Goran Dragic
PTS: 22. Zaza Pachulia
REB: 7. Tornike Shengelia
AST: 6. Giorgi Tsintsadze
Sep 3, 2011
Macedonia
Greece
72-58 Alytus Arena PTS: 16. Antonis Fotsis
REB: 10. Yannis Bourousis
AST: 4. Nikos Zisis
PTS: 27. Bo McCalebb
REB: 8. Pero Antic
AST: 4. Bo McCalebb
Sep 3, 2011
Belgium
Russia
58-79 Svyturys Arena PTS: 22. Sasha Fridzon
REB: 10. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 7. Sergey Bykov
PTS: 14. Marcus Faison
REB: 12. Maxime De Zeeuw
AST: 2. Sam Van Rossom
Sep 3, 2011
Montenegro
Croatia
81-87 Alytus Arena PTS: 26. Ante Tomic
REB: 8. Ante Tomic
AST: 12. Dontaye Draper
PTS: 18. Goran Jeretin
REB: 6. Slavko Vranes
AST: 8. Omar Cook
Sep 4, 2011
Latvia
Israel
88-91 Siauliai Arena PTS: 26. Lior Eliyahu
REB: 10. Lior Eliyahu
AST: 4. Gal Mekel
PTS: 27. Janis Blums
REB: 9. Andrejs Selakovs
AST: 6. Janis Blums
Sep 4, 2011
Portugal
Great Britain
73-85 Cido Arena PTS: 31. Luol Deng
REB: 10. Luol Deng
AST: 4. Luol Deng
PTS: 24. Carlos De Andrade
REB: 10. Carlos De Andrade
AST: 2. Jose Costa
Sep 4, 2011
Ukraine
Georgia
53-69 Svyturys Arena PTS: 14. Giorgi Tsintsadze
REB: 12. Viktor Sanikidze
AST: 5. Manuchar Markoishvili
PTS: 11. Oleksiy Pecherov
REB: 4. Kyrylo Fesenko
AST: 5. Dmytro Zabirchenko
Sep 4, 2011
Finland
Macedonia
70-72 Alytus Arena PTS: 18. Bo McCalebb
REB: 19. Pero Antic
AST: 4. Bo McCalebb
PTS: 11. Petteri Koponen
REB: 5. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 10. Teemu Rannikko
Sep 4, 2011
France
Italy
91-84 Siauliai Arena PTS: 22. Andrea Bargnani
REB: 5. Danilo Gallinari
AST: 5. Daniel Hackett
PTS: 21. Boris Diaw
REB: 7. Joakim Noah
AST: 4. Tony Parker
Sep 4, 2011
Turkey
Poland
83-84 Cido Arena PTS: 21. Dardan Berisha
REB: 6. Adam Hrycaniuk
AST: 4. Lukasz Koszarek
PTS: 19. Enes Kanter
REB: 7. Emir Preldzic
AST: 4. Emir Preldzic
Sep 4, 2011
Russia
Bulgaria
89-77 Svyturys Arena PTS: 23. Dejan Ivanov
REB: 8. Kaloyan Ivanov
AST: 4. E.J. Rowland
PTS: 25. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 5. Sergei Monia
AST: 8. Viktor Khryapa
Sep 4, 2011
Greece
Montenegro
71-55 Alytus Arena PTS: 15. Nikola Pekovic
REB: 7. Nikola Pekovic
AST: 3. Goran Jeretin
PTS: 19. Kosta Koufos
REB: 9. Michael Bramos
AST: 6. Nick Calathes
Sep 4, 2011
Slovenia
Belgium
70-61 Svyturys Arena PTS: 16. Thomas Van Den Spiegel
REB: 7. Thomas Van Den Spiegel
AST: 7. Sam Van Rossom
PTS: 18. Goran Dragic
REB: 7. Mirza Begic
AST: 3. Goran Dragic
Sep 4, 2011
Croatia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
80-92 Alytus Arena PTS: 26. Mirza Teletovic
REB: 9. Mirza Teletovic
AST: 7. Sasa Vasiljevic
PTS: 23. Ante Tomic
REB: 6. Dontaye Draper
AST: 9. Dontaye Draper
Sep 4, 2011
Serbia
Germany
75-64 Siauliai Arena PTS: 25. Dirk Nowitzki
REB: 11. Chris Kaman
AST: 2. Johannes Herber
PTS: 18. Dusko Savanovic
REB: 9. Milan Macvan
AST: 9. Milos Teodosic
Sep 4, 2011
Spain
Lithuania
91-79 Cido Arena PTS: 13. Jonas Valanciunas
REB: 8. Ksystof Lavrinovic
AST: 3. Sarunas Jasikevicius
PTS: 22. Juan Carlos Navarro
REB: 9. Serge Ibaka
AST: 4. Marc Gasol
Sep 5, 2011
Italy
Israel
95-96 Siauliai Arena PTS: 22. Guy Pnini
REB: 7. Lior Eliyahu
AST: 5. Yotam Halperin
PTS: 26. Andrea Bargnani
REB: 11. Andrea Bargnani
AST: 5. Daniel Hackett
Sep 5, 2011
Poland
Great Britain
81-88 Cido Arena PTS: 28. Luol Deng
REB: 14. Luol Deng
AST: 6. Luol Deng
PTS: 19. Dardan Berisha
REB: 7. Adam Hrycaniuk
AST: 8. Lukasz Koszarek
Sep 5, 2011
Bulgaria
Georgia
79-69 Svyturys Arena PTS: 18. Viktor Sanikidze
REB: 9. Viktor Sanikidze
AST: 3. Viktor Sanikidze
PTS: 25. E.J. Rowland
REB: 9. Kaloyan Ivanov
AST: 7. Filip Videnov
Sep 5, 2011
Montenegro
Finland
65-71 Alytus Arena PTS: 12. Gerald Lee
REB: 8. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 4. Petteri Koponen
PTS: 16. Nikola Pekovic
REB: 7. Vladimir Mihailovic
AST: 4. Vladimir Mihailovic
Sep 5, 2011
Germany
Latvia
81-80 Siauliai Arena PTS: 27. Rihards Kuksiks
REB: 7. Rolands Freimanis
AST: 4. Edgars Jeromanovs
PTS: 11. Chris Kaman
REB: 7. Chris Kaman
AST: 10. Heiko Schaffartzik
Sep 5, 2011
Turkey
Spain
65-57 Cido Arena PTS: 12. Marc Gasol
REB: 8. Serge Ibaka
AST: 3. Juan Carlos Navarro
PTS: 18. Emir Preldzic
REB: 11. Ersan Ilyasova
AST: 6. Ender Arslan
Sep 5, 2011
Russia
Slovenia
65-64 Svyturys Arena PTS: 14. Erazem Lorbek
REB: 9. Uros Slokar
AST: 5. Erazem Lorbek
PTS: 18. Andrey Vorontsevich
REB: 7. Sergei Monia
AST: 5. Sergey Bykov
Sep 5, 2011
Croatia
Greece
69-74 Alytus Arena PTS: 17. Antonis Fotsis
REB: 8. Nick Calathes
AST: 4. Nikos Zisis
PTS: 14. Stanko Barac
REB: 8. Luksa Andric
AST: 5. Dontaye Draper
Sep 5, 2011
Belgium
Ukraine
61-74 Svyturys Arena PTS: 15. Oleksiy Pecherov
REB: 16. Viacheslav Kravtsov
AST: 6. Denys Lukashov
PTS: 17. Sam Van Rossom
REB: 6. Maxime De Zeeuw
AST: 6. Dimitri Lauwers
Sep 5, 2011
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Macedonia
63-75 Alytus Arena PTS: 22. Bo McCalebb
REB: 14. Pero Antic
AST: 7. Vlado Ilijevski
PTS: 15. Nihad Djedovic
REB: 7. Nihad Djedovic
AST: 7. Sasa Vasiljevic
Sep 5, 2011
France
Serbia
97-96 Siauliai Arena PTS: 25. Marko Keselj
REB: 5. Kosta Perovic
AST: 7. Milos Teodosic
PTS: 24. Tony Parker
REB: 9. Joakim Noah
AST: 5. Boris Diaw
Sep 5, 2011
Lithuania
Portugal
98-69 Cido Arena PTS: 16. Carlos De Andrade
REB: 5. Carlos De Andrade
AST: 5. Filipe da Silva
PTS: 14. Sarunas Jasikevicius
REB: 7. Jonas Valanciunas
AST: 3. Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sep 7, 2011
Spain
Germany
77-68 Siemens Arena PTS: 19. Dirk Nowitzki
REB: 12. Chris Kaman
AST: 3. Heiko Schaffartzik
PTS: 24. Marc Gasol
REB: 7. Pau Gasol
AST: 5. Juan Carlos Navarro
Sep 7, 2011
France
Turkey
68-64 Siemens Arena PTS: 13. Hedo Turkoglu
REB: 11. Omer Asik
AST: 3. Kerem Tunceri
PTS: 20. Tony Parker
REB: 6. Tony Parker
AST: 5. Tony Parker
Sep 7, 2011
Lithuania
Serbia
100-90 Siemens Arena PTS: 21. Nenad Krstic
REB: 4. Nenad Krstic
AST: 4. Aleksandar Rasic
PTS: 19. Mantas Kalnietis
REB: 7. Paulius Jankunas
AST: 7. Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sep 8, 2011
Macedonia
Georgia
65-63 Siemens Arena PTS: 20. Nikoloz Tskitishvili
REB: 10. Nikoloz Tskitishvili
AST: 3. Giorgi Tsintsadze
PTS: 27. Bo McCalebb
REB: 7. Pero Antic
AST: 4. Bo McCalebb
Sep 8, 2011
Russia
Finland
79-60 Siemens Arena PTS: 14. Shawn Huff
REB: 7. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 3. Kimmo Muurinen
PTS: 14. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 5. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 11. Viktor Khryapa
Sep 8, 2011
Greece
Slovenia
69-60 Siemens Arena PTS: 14. Jaka Lakovic
REB: 12. Mirza Begic
AST: 3. Jaka Lakovic
PTS: 19. Nikos Zisis
REB: 8. Kosta Koufos
AST: 4. Kostas Vasiliadis
Sep 9, 2011
Serbia
Spain
59-84 Siemens Arena PTS: 26. Pau Gasol
REB: 10. Marc Gasol
AST: 5. Juan Carlos Navarro
PTS: 12. Nenad Krstic
REB: 7. Nenad Krstic
AST: 6. Stefan Markovic
Sep 9, 2011
Turkey
Germany
67-73 Siemens Arena PTS: 20. Chris Kaman
REB: 7. Dirk Nowitzki
AST: 5. Heiko Schaffartzik
PTS: 19. Omer Asik
REB: 11. Omer Asik
AST: 3. Hedo Turkoglu
Sep 9, 2011
France
Lithuania
73-67 Siemens Arena PTS: 13. Simas Jasaitis
REB: 9. Paulius Jankunas
AST: 6. Sarunas Jasikevicius
PTS: 21. Nando De Colo
REB: 13. Joakim Noah
AST: 3. Nicolas Batum
Sep 10, 2011
Finland
Georgia
87-73 Siemens Arena PTS: 16. Viktor Sanikidze
REB: 9. Viktor Sanikidze
AST: 5. Giorgi Gamqrelidze
PTS: 14. Mikko Koivisto
REB: 9. Kimmo Muurinen
AST: 6. Teemu Rannikko
Sep 10, 2011
Slovenia
Macedonia
59-68 Siemens Arena PTS: 19. Bo McCalebb
REB: 6. Pero Antic
AST: 5. Vlado Ilijevski
PTS: 20. Goran Dragic
REB: 7. Mirza Begic
AST: 3. Goran Dragic
Sep 10, 2011
Russia
Greece
83-67 Siemens Arena PTS: 15. Kosta Koufos
REB: 4. Antonis Fotsis
AST: 3. Yannis Bourousis
PTS: 19. Timofey Mozgov
REB: 8. Andrei Kirilenko
AST: 5. Viktor Khryapa
Sep 11, 2011
Turkey
Serbia
67-68 Siemens Arena PTS: 20. Milos Teodosic
REB: 8. Milos Teodosic
AST: 5. Milos Teodosic
PTS: 11. Omer Onan
REB: 10. Omer Asik
AST: 2. Hedo Turkoglu
Sep 11, 2011
Spain
France
96-69 Siemens Arena PTS: 18. Kevin Seraphin
REB: 5. Boris Diaw
AST: 2. Nicolas Batum
PTS: 16. Juan Carlos Navarro
REB: 7. Serge Ibaka
AST: 6. Rudy Fernandez
Sep 11, 2011
Germany
Lithuania
75-84 Siemens Arena PTS: 19. Rimantas Kaukenas
REB: 9. Simas Jasaitis
AST: 4. Sarunas Jasikevicius
PTS: 25. Chris Kaman
REB: 11. Chris Kaman
AST: 2. Chris Kaman
Sep 12, 2011
Finland
Slovenia
60-67 Siemens Arena PTS: 14. Erazem Lorbek
REB: 8. Mirza Begic
AST: 4. Goran Dragic
PTS: 14. Petteri Koponen
REB: 7. Tuukka Kotti
AST: 3. Petteri Koponen
Sep 12, 2011
Georgia
Greece
60-73 Siemens Arena PTS: 15. Kostas Vasiliadis
REB: 4. Antonis Fotsis
AST: 3. Michael Bramos
PTS: 11. Keith Haynes
REB: 14. Giorgi Shermadini
AST: 3. Giorgi Gamqrelidze
Sep 12, 2011
Macedonia
Russia
61-63 Siemens Arena PTS: 14. Alexey Shved
REB: 8. Andrey Vorontsevich
AST: 4. Alexey Shved
PTS: 16. Bo McCalebb
REB: 10. Pero Antic
AST: 5. Pero Antic
Sep 14, 2011
Slovenia
Spain
64-86 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 26. Juan Carlos Navarro
REB: 16. Pau Gasol
AST: 3. Ricky Rubio
PTS: 14. Goran Dragic
REB: 5. Goran Dragic
AST: 3. Samo Udrih
Sep 14, 2011
Lithuania
Macedonia
65-67 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 23. Bo McCalebb
REB: 10. Predrag Samardziski
AST: 3. Vlado Ilijevski
PTS: 13. Robertas Javtokas
REB: 9. Mantas Kalnietis
AST: 5. Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sep 15, 2011
Lithuania
Slovenia
80-77 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 16. Erazem Lorbek
REB: 6. Matjaz Smodis
AST: 4. Jaka Lakovic
PTS: 17. Mantas Kalnietis
REB: 6. Jonas Valanciunas
AST: 7. Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sep 15, 2011
Greece
France
56-64 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 18. Tony Parker
REB: 8. Joakim Noah
AST: 3. Tony Parker
PTS: 17. Yannis Bourousis
REB: 11. Yannis Bourousis
AST: 5. Nikos Zisis
Sep 15, 2011
Serbia
Russia
67-77 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 14. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 11. Andrei Kirilenko
AST: 6. Andrei Kirilenko
PTS: 20. Milos Teodosic
REB: 5. Nenad Krstic
AST: 3. Milos Teodosic
Sep 16, 2011
Serbia
Greece
77-87 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 27. Yannis Bourousis
REB: 8. Antonis Fotsis
AST: 10. Nick Calathes
PTS: 22. Marko Keselj
REB: 4. Kosta Perovic
AST: 7. Milos Teodosic
Sep 16, 2011
Macedonia
Spain
80-92 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 35. Juan Carlos Navarro
REB: 17. Pau Gasol
AST: 5. Marc Gasol
PTS: 25. Bo McCalebb
REB: 9. Pero Antic
AST: 5. Bo McCalebb
Sep 16, 2011
Russia
France
71-79 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 22. Tony Parker
REB: 8. Joakim Noah
AST: 4. Nicolas Batum
PTS: 21. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 4. Timofey Mozgov
AST: 5. Viktor Khryapa
Sep 17, 2011
Serbia
Slovenia
68-72 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 21. Goran Dragic
REB: 9. Mirza Begic
AST: 4. Saso Ozbolt
PTS: 13. Kosta Perovic
REB: 9. Nemanja Bjelica
AST: 5. Nemanja Bjelica
Sep 17, 2011
Greece
Lithuania
69-73 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 13. Martynas Pocius
REB: 10. Robertas Javtokas
AST: 3. Mantas Kalnietis
PTS: 16. Nick Calathes
REB: 10. Antonis Fotsis
AST: 7. Nick Calathes
Sep 18, 2011
Russia
Macedonia
72-68 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 22. Bo McCalebb
REB: 5. Pero Antic
AST: 4. Vlado Ilijevski
PTS: 18. Andrei Kirilenko
REB: 8. Sergei Monia
AST: 5. Sergey Bykov
Sep 18, 2011
France
Spain
85-98 Zalgiris Arena PTS: 27. Juan Carlos Navarro
REB: 10. Pau Gasol
AST: 5. Juan Carlos Navarro
PTS: 26. Tony Parker
REB: 8. Joakim Noah
AST: 7. Boris Diaw