2002 U20 Euro Championship A Tournament Details

2002 U20 Euro Championship A Information

Tournament Dates:Jul 26 - Aug 4, 2002
Gold Medal:Greece
Silver Medal:Spain
Bronze Medal:France
MVP:Nikos Zisis
Location:N/A
Attendance:N/A
Officials:N/A

2002 U20 Euro Championship A Leaders

Total Points:Marko Popovic (Croatia) (175)
Total Rebounds:Nenad Krstic (Yugoslavia) (90)
Total Assists:Marko Popovic (Croatia) (50)
Total Steals:Bojan Popovic (Yugoslavia) (20)
Total Blocks:Viktor Khryapa (Russia) (12), Fran Vazquez (Spain) (12), Boris Diaw (France) (12)
Total Minutes:Simas Jasaitis (Lithuania) (283)
Total FIC:Marko Popovic (Croatia) (124.6)
Total Fouls:Sergei Monia (Russia) (30), Albert Miralles (Spain) (30)
Total Turnovers:Boris Diaw (France) (35)
Total FGs:Marko Popovic (Croatia) (55)
Total 3PM:Nikos Zisis (Greece) (22)
Total FTs:Marko Popovic (Croatia) (53)

2002 U20 Euro Championship A Bracket

2002 U20 Euro Championship A Participants

Team Tournament Wins Tournament Losses Tournament Win % Result
Greece75.00%Gold
Spain62.50%Silver
France62.50%Bronze
Russia62.50%4th
Lithuania50.00%5th
Slovenia62.50%6th
Yugoslavia62.50%7th
Croatia50.00%8th
Turkey28.57%9th
Israel14.29%10th
Italy42.86%11th
Ukraine14.29%12th

2002 U20 Euro Championship A Schedule

Date Away Team Home Team Result Venue Home Leaders Away Leaders
Jul 26, 2002
Ukraine
Israel
76-64 N/A PTS: 16. Eran Itzhak
REB: 7. Guy Pnini
AST: 2. Guy Pnini
PTS: 16. Oleksiy Onufriev
REB: 14. Andriy Malysh
AST: 2. Vitaliy Boyko
Jul 26, 2002 Yugoslavia
Lithuania
79-68 N/A PTS: 12. Tomas Delininkaitis
REB: 14. Simas Jasaitis
AST: 3. Tomas Gaidamavicius
PTS: 18. Blagota Sekulic
REB: 13. Nenad Krstic
AST: 4. Bojan Popovic
Jul 26, 2002
Croatia
Russia
93-100 N/A PTS: 22. Viktor Khryapa
REB: 9. Sergei Monia
AST: 8. Viktor Khryapa
PTS: 36. Marko Popovic
REB: 14. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 5. Marko Popovic
Jul 26, 2002
Greece
Italy
81-82 N/A PTS: 17. Stefano Mancinelli
REB: 6. Luca Garri
AST: 3. Stefano Mancinelli
PTS: 16. Vassilis Spanoulis
REB: 8. Georgios Tsiakos
AST: 4. Vassilis Spanoulis
Jul 26, 2002
France
Spain
53-89 N/A PTS: 19. Albert Miralles
REB: 9. Albert Miralles
AST: 5. Jon Cortaberria
PTS: 14. Mickael Pietrus
REB: 6. Boris Diaw
AST: 2. Boris Diaw
Jul 26, 2002
Slovenia
Turkey
91-89 N/A PTS: 28. Ender Arslan
REB: 7. Erkan Veyseloglu
AST: 5. Ender Arslan
PTS: 19. Sasha Vujacic
REB: 8. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 5. Sasha Vujacic
Jul 27, 2002
Israel
Croatia
76-95 N/A PTS: 27. Marko Popovic
REB: 7. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 9. Marko Popovic
PTS: 15. Uriel Marko
REB: 8. Eran Itzhak
AST: 2. Oded Shaashoua
Jul 27, 2002
Lithuania
Greece
93-104 N/A PTS: 29. Nikos Zisis
REB: 8. Nikos Zisis
AST: 8. Vassilis Spanoulis
PTS: 19. Simas Jasaitis
REB: 8. Aurimas Kieza
AST: 3. Tomas Delininkaitis
Jul 27, 2002
Russia
France
75-88 N/A PTS: 21. Mickael Pietrus
REB: 11. Ronny Turiaf
AST: 2. Boris Diaw
PTS: 23. Sergey Bykov
REB: 15. Aleksey Zozulin
AST: 2. Viktor Khryapa
Jul 27, 2002
Italy
Slovenia
84-100 N/A PTS: 22. Erazem Lorbek
REB: 14. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 8. Beno Udrih
PTS: 24. Luca Garri
REB: 9. Luca Garri
AST: 4. Robert Fultz
Jul 27, 2002
Spain
Ukraine
75-71 N/A PTS: 15. Sergei Lishouk
REB: 10. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 2. Olexandr Shaposhnykov
PTS: 18. Fran Vazquez
REB: 13. Fran Vazquez
AST: 2. Andres Miso
Jul 27, 2002
Turkey
Yugoslavia 87-90 N/A PTS: 17. Ivan Koljevic
REB: 8. Marko Jovanovic
AST: 4. Blagota Sekulic
PTS: 33. Cevher Ozer
REB: 9. Hadi Ozdemir
AST: 6. Ender Arslan
Jul 28, 2002 Yugoslavia
Greece
93-89 N/A PTS: 25. Nikos Zisis
REB: 4. Nikos Zisis
AST: 4. Vassilis Spanoulis
PTS: 19. Nenad Krstic
REB: 13. Nenad Krstic
AST: 7. Bojan Popovic
Jul 28, 2002
Croatia
France
91-84 N/A PTS: 21. Ronny Turiaf
REB: 12. Boris Diaw
AST: 3. Mickael Pietrus
PTS: 37. Marko Popovic
REB: 11. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 4. Marko Popovic
Jul 28, 2002
Slovenia
Lithuania
67-64 N/A PTS: 17. Saulius Kuzminskas
REB: 13. Saulius Kuzminskas
AST: 2. Simas Jasaitis
PTS: 19. Beno Udrih
REB: 6. Sasha Vujacic
AST: 2. Beno Udrih
Jul 28, 2002
Ukraine
Russia
69-89 N/A PTS: 19. Oleg Baranov
REB: 6. Aleksey Zozulin
AST: 4. Sergey Bykov
PTS: 20. Sergei Lishouk
REB: 14. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 2. Andriy Malysh
Jul 28, 2002
Turkey
Italy
68-100 N/A PTS: 19. Luca Garri
REB: 10. Luca Garri
AST: 3. Simone Flamini
PTS: 14. Ender Arslan
REB: 6. Cevher Ozer
AST: 2. Ender Arslan
Jul 28, 2002
Israel
Spain
61-64 N/A PTS: 14. Albert Miralles
REB: 8. Guille Rubio
AST: 3. Jon Cortaberria
PTS: 17. Uriel Marko
REB: 12. Eran Itzhak
AST: 7. Guy Pnini
Jul 30, 2002
Greece
Slovenia
100-71 N/A PTS: 13. Uros Slokar
REB: 12. Uros Slokar
AST: 2. Sasha Vujacic
PTS: 17. Kostas Kaimakoglou
REB: 8. Yannis Bourousis
AST: 4. Nikos Zisis
Jul 30, 2002
France
Ukraine
84-72 N/A PTS: 21. Oleksiy Onufriev
REB: 9. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 3. Stanislav Sokur
PTS: 27. Mickael Pietrus
REB: 21. Ronny Turiaf
AST: 5. Boris Diaw
Jul 30, 2002
Lithuania
Turkey
77-64 N/A PTS: 15. Cevher Ozer
REB: 10. Cevher Ozer
AST: 4. Ender Arslan
PTS: 29. Simas Jasaitis
REB: 12. Aurimas Kieza
AST: 1. Tomas Delininkaitis
Jul 30, 2002
Russia
Israel
84-59 N/A PTS: 12. Eran Itzhak
REB: 7. Uriel Marko
AST: 2. Uriel Marko
PTS: 20. Yaya Amadou
REB: 6. Denis Karpov
AST: 4. Sergey Bykov
Jul 30, 2002
Italy
Yugoslavia 64-93 N/A PTS: 20. Nenad Krstic
REB: 10. Nenad Krstic
AST: 5. Bojan Popovic
PTS: 14. Stefano Mancinelli
REB: 7. Luca Garri
AST: 3. Robert Fultz
Jul 30, 2002
Spain
Croatia
78-83 N/A PTS: 15. Kresimir Loncar
REB: 11. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 7. Marko Popovic
PTS: 20. Andres Miso
REB: 13. Albert Miralles
AST: 4. Pepe Llorente
Jul 31, 2002
Israel
France
71-80 N/A PTS: 19. Ronny Turiaf
REB: 6. Ronny Turiaf
AST: 4. Mickael Pietrus
PTS: 18. Raviv Limonad
REB: 7. Gilad Maor
AST: 6. Raviv Limonad
Jul 31, 2002
Spain
Russia
71-81 N/A PTS: 18. Sergei Monia
REB: 10. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 6. Viktor Khryapa
PTS: 13. Guille Rubio
REB: 7. Guille Rubio
AST: 4. Pepe Llorente
Jul 31, 2002
Croatia
Ukraine
92-89 N/A PTS: 24. Lev Zagaynov
REB: 10. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 2. Sergei Lishouk
PTS: 19. Denis Toroman
REB: 18. Damir Markota
AST: 5. Vedran Morovic
Jul 31, 2002
Turkey
Greece
73-95 N/A PTS: 15. Dimitrios Misiakos
REB: 7. Giannis Georgalis
AST: 6. Giannis Georgalis
PTS: 19. Ender Arslan
REB: 15. Enver Enis Ekmen
AST: 3. Mustafa Okay
Jul 31, 2002
Italy
Lithuania
85-87 N/A PTS: 28. Simas Jasaitis
REB: 12. Saulius Kuzminskas
AST: 2. Tomas Delininkaitis
PTS: 22. Jacopo Giachetti
REB: 8. Luca Garri
AST: 5. Jacopo Giachetti
Jul 31, 2002 Yugoslavia
Slovenia
71-75 N/A PTS: 23. Uros Slokar
REB: 9. Uros Slokar
AST: 4. Aleksandar Capin
PTS: 12. Bojan Popovic
REB: 7. Marko Jovanovic
AST: 2. Milutin Aleksic
Aug 2, 2002
Spain
Yugoslavia 72-71 N/A PTS: 23. Milutin Aleksic
REB: 17. Nenad Krstic
AST: 3. Ivan Koljevic
PTS: 19. Albert Miralles
REB: 11. Albert Miralles
AST: 4. Pepe Llorente
Aug 2, 2002
Greece
Croatia
81-80 N/A PTS: 18. Kresimir Loncar
REB: 11. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 9. Marko Popovic
PTS: 18. Christos Tapoutos
REB: 10. Georgios Tsiakos
AST: 8. Vassilis Spanoulis
Aug 2, 2002
Lithuania
Russia
75-83 N/A PTS: 17. Gennady Zelenskiy
REB: 12. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 12. Viktor Khryapa
PTS: 26. Aurimas Kieza
REB: 8. Simas Jasaitis
AST: 1. Simas Jasaitis
Aug 2, 2002
Israel
Italy
75-67 N/A PTS: 18. Luca Garri
REB: 7. Luca Garri
AST: 3. Simone Flamini
PTS: 22. Guy Pnini
REB: 8. Raviv Limonad
AST: 4. Raviv Limonad
Aug 2, 2002
Slovenia
France
73-84 N/A PTS: 23. Mickael Pietrus
REB: 13. Mickael Pietrus
AST: 4. Boris Diaw
PTS: 17. Beno Udrih
REB: 10. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 5. Beno Udrih
Aug 2, 2002
Ukraine
Turkey
98-101 N/A PTS: 29. Ender Arslan
REB: 12. Erkan Veyseloglu
AST: 2. Can Akin
PTS: 39. Sergei Lishouk
REB: 16. Sergei Lishouk
AST: 3. Andriy Malysh
Aug 3, 2002
Russia
Spain
81-86 N/A PTS: 16. Roberto Guerra
REB: 18. Albert Miralles
AST: 2. Rafa Martinez
PTS: 17. Oleg Baranov
REB: 10. Viktor Khryapa
AST: 5. Viktor Khryapa
Aug 3, 2002
Slovenia
Croatia
90-88 N/A PTS: 33. Marko Popovic
REB: 10. Marin Rozic
AST: 3. Marko Popovic
PTS: 20. Aleksandar Capin
REB: 10. Uros Slokar
AST: 4. Beno Udrih
Aug 3, 2002
Turkey
Israel
79-73 N/A PTS: 20. Gilad Maor
REB: 8. Gilad Maor
AST: 3. Guy Pnini
PTS: 17. Ender Arslan
REB: 9. Enes Yoldas
AST: 3. Ender Arslan
Aug 3, 2002
Lithuania
Yugoslavia 72-71 N/A PTS: 13. Sasha Pavlovic
REB: 16. Nenad Krstic
AST: 3. Bojan Popovic
PTS: 18. Povilas Cukinas
REB: 11. Aurimas Kieza
AST: 3. Vaidotas Peciukas
Aug 3, 2002
Ukraine
Italy
77-90 N/A PTS: 24. Paolo Barlera
REB: 7. Angelo Gigli
AST: 4. Robert Fultz
PTS: 23. Oleksiy Onufriev
REB: 15. Stanislav Sokur
AST: 2. Oleksiy Onufriev
Aug 3, 2002
France
Greece
70-79 N/A PTS: 33. Nikos Zisis
REB: 10. Kostas Kaimakoglou
AST: 6. Vassilis Spanoulis
PTS: 21. Mickael Pietrus
REB: 7. Ronny Turiaf
AST: 4. Boris Diaw
Aug 4, 2002 Yugoslavia
Croatia
105-89 N/A PTS: 21. Marko Popovic
REB: 7. Kresimir Loncar
AST: 13. Marko Popovic
PTS: 21. Nenad Krstic
REB: 14. Nenad Krstic
AST: 7. Ivan Koljevic
Aug 4, 2002
Spain
Greece
73-77 N/A PTS: 24. Christos Tapoutos
REB: 11. Georgios Tsiakos
AST: 7. Vassilis Spanoulis
PTS: 20. Guille Rubio
REB: 13. Albert Miralles
AST: 4. Roberto Guerra
Aug 4, 2002
Lithuania
Slovenia
78-74 N/A PTS: 23. Beno Udrih
REB: 12. Erazem Lorbek
AST: 3. Aleksandar Capin
PTS: 20. Simas Jasaitis
REB: 10. Saulius Kuzminskas
AST: 5. Tomas Delininkaitis
Aug 4, 2002
Russia
France
78-95 N/A PTS: 19. Ilian Evtimov
REB: 12. Boris Diaw
AST: 5. Boris Diaw
PTS: 22. Yaya Amadou
REB: 5. Gennady Zelenskiy
AST: 4. Sergei Monia