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Serbia men

Serbia Србија
Joined FIBA 1992
FIBA zone FIBA Europe
National federation KSS
Nickname(s) Beli orlovi (White Eagles)
Orlovi (The Eagles)
Plavi (The Blues)
World Championships
Appearances 2
Medals

Gold (1): 2012

Silver (1): 2014
Europe Championships
Appearances 1
Medals 0
European Games
Appearances 2
Medals Bronze (1): 2015
Uniforms
Light jersey
Team colours
Light
Dark jersey
Team colours
Dark

The Serbian men's national 3x3 team (Serbian: Мушка 3 на 3 репрезентација Србије / Muška 3 na 3 reprezentacija Srbije) represents Serbia in international 3x3 basketball matches and is controlled by the Basketball Federation of Serbia.

Senior Competitions

Performance at World Championships

Year Position Pld W L
2012 Greece 1st 9 8 1
2014 Russia 2nd 9 7 2
Total 2/2 18 15 3

Performance at European Championship

Year Position Pld W L
2014 Romania 5th 4 3 1
Total 1/1 4 3 1

Performance at European Games

Year Position Pld W L
2015 Baku 3rd 7 6 1
Total 0/1 7 6 1

Youth Competitions

Performance at Youth Olympic Games

Year Position Pld W L
2010 Singapore 1st 7 7 0
2014 Nanjing Did not participate
Total 1/2 7 7 0

Performance at Youth World Championships

Year Position Pld W L
2011 Italy 6th 12 9 3
2012 Spain 1st 10 10 0
2013 Indonesia Did not participate
Total 2/3 22 19 3

Current Squad

Squad members for 2014 World Championships.

Number Player Height (m) Year of birth
10 Marko Savić 1987
11 Dušan Domović Bulut 1.95 1985
13 Marko Ždero 1985
14 Dejan Majstorović 2.00 1988

Current Youth Squad

Squad members for 2012 Youth World Championships.

Number Player Height (m) Year of birth
Mihajlo Andrić 1994
Luka Anđušić 1.95 1994
Miloš Janković 1994
Rade Zagorac 2.04 1995

See also

External links

  • Basketball Federation of Serbia (Serbian)


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