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FIBA EuroBasket 2006 Division C

The 2006 EuroBasket Division C was the third-ranked tier (lowest) of the bi-annual EuroBasket competition. The winner of this tournament was Azerbaijan.

Group phase

Group A

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Moldova 6 3 0 265 193 +72
 Andorra 5 2 1 228 227 +1
 Malta 4 1 2 209 228 -19
 Gibraltar 3 0 3 184 238 -54

Group B

Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Albania 6 3 0 262 208 +54
 Azerbaijan 5 2 1 227 223 +4
 San Marino 4 1 2 223 231 -8
 Wales 3 0 3 196 246 -50

Final round

Semifinals Final
   Andorra  101  
   Albania  111  
 
       Albania  57
     Azerbaijan  66
Bronze medal game
   Moldova  70    Andorra  94
   Azerbaijan  91      Moldova  85

Classification games for 5th to 8th places

  • Malta 61 - 71 Wales
  • Gibraltar 54 - 74 San Marino

Placings 7th and 8th

  • Malta 55 - 60 Gibraltar

Placings 5th and 6th

  • Wales 66 - 71 San Marino

Final standings

  1.  Azerbaijan
  2.  Albania
  3.  Andorra
  4.  Moldova
  5.  San Marino
  6.  Wales
  7.  Gibraltar
  8.  Malta

External links

  • Results from FIBA-Europe
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