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FIBA EuroBasket 2009 Division B

The FIBA EuroBasket Division B was the second-ranked tier of the bi-annual FIBA EuroBasket competition. The two winners of this tournament qualified for the FIBA EuroBasket 2011 Division A qualification.

2008–09 Qualifying Tournament

The qualifying tournament was played from 6 September 2008 to 5 September 2009. The winner of each group and the best second-placed team played one knock-out series, with the winners qualifying for the FIBA EuroBasket 2011 Division A qualification.

Group A

Group B

Group C

Best Runners-up

Team PCT. W L PF PA Diff Group
 Sweden .875 7 1 627 491 +136 C
 Netherlands .625 5 3 592 550 +42 A
  Switzerland .625 5 3 561 567 −6 B

Promotional Phase

5 September 2009
Game 1
Sweden  50–70  Montenegro
Scoring by quarter: 15-15, 12–19, 12–25, 11-11
Pts: Akesson 13
Rebs: Lindqvist 5
Asts: Massamba 3
Pts: Peković 24
Rebs: Drobnjak and Cook 7 each
Asts: Cook 4
5 September 2009
Game 1
Belarus  75–89  Georgia
Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 15–22, 22–19, 21–25
Pts: Ulyanko 18
Rebs: Meshcharakou 8
Asts: Charykau 4
Pts: Pachulia and Sanikidze 19 each
Rebs: Sanikidze 11
Asts: Tsintsadze 5

9 September 2009
Game 2
Montenegro  88–71  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 23–26, 24–10, 21-21
Pts: Pekovic 17
Rebs: Golubovic 6
Asts: Cook 4
Pts: Ringstrm 17
Rebs: Kjellbom 6
Asts: Levin 4
Montenegro wins series 2-0 and advances to Eurobasket 2011 Division A
9 September 2009
Game 2
Georgia  86–84  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 27–19, 25–27, 19–22, 15–16
Pts: Sanikidze 18
Rebs: Sanikidze 10
Asts: Tsintsadze 6
Pts: Kudrautsau 27
Rebs: Aliakseyeu 8
Asts: Kudrautsau 3
Georgia wins series 2-0 and advances to FIBA EuroBasket 2011 Division A

Also, Denmark relegated to FIBA EuroBasket 2010 Division C and replaced with Azerbaijan, champions of FIBA EuroBasket 2008 Division C.

Statistical Leaders

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