Categoría EuroBasket

EuroBasket Final 1993: Germany seizes chance to win Gold

In the summer of 1993 the EuroBasket was held in Munich. Germany, taking advantage of a series of circumstances was the surprising champion. He played at home and the dismemberment of the two European basketball powers, Yugoslavia and Russia, Yugoslavia itself did not play by boycott, and Croatia another reference of the moment, was immersed in depression by the death of Drazen Petrovic, changed the European landscape. Germany used it to win the Gold after beating Russia in the final by a tight 71-70

EuroBasket Final 1977: Yugoslavia maintains its superiority over the Soviet Union

In 1977 the EuroBasket was held in Belgium, with the Grand Final in Liege. After the preliminary stages, medals were played between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union for Gold, and Czechoslovakia and Italy for Bronze. In the final, the Balkans won (74-61) thanks to the offensive inspiration of Dalipagic (19 points) and Kicanovic (16 points)

EuroBasket Final 1975: Yugoslavia is strong at home

In 1975 the EuroBasket was held in Yugoslavia, with the grand final being held in Belgrade. After passing the previous rounds, the fight for the medals was, for Gold, between the local Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, and for Bronze, between Italy and Bulgaria. The final was won by the Yugoslavs by a tight score (90-84), with Kikanovic (22 points) and Belov (29 points) as the best players on each side

EuroBasket 1973 Final: Yugoslavia beat hosts Spain

In 1973 the EuroBasket was held in Spain, with the final being held in Barcelona. After passing the previous rounds the battles for the medals were, for Gold, between the local Spain and Yugoslavia, and for Bronze, between the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. The final was won by the Yugoslavs over the Spanish (67-78), where Cosic’s inner power was worth more than Brabender’s goalscoring inspiration, and the Bronze went to the Soviet Union, after beating Czechoslovakia by a clear-cut (90-58)