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1982 FIBA World Championship

1982 FIBA World Championship
9th FIBA World Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Colombia
Dates August 15–28
Teams 13
Venues (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Soviet Union (3rd title)
MVP Doc Rivers
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Rolando Frazer (24.4)  Soviet Union (109.6)
1978
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The 1982 FIBA World Championship was an international basketball competition hosted by Colombia from August 15 to 28, 1982.

Contents

  • Venues 1
  • Competing nations 2
  • Preliminary round 3
    • Group A 3.1
    • Group B 3.2
    • Group C 3.3
  • Classification round 4
  • Semifinal round 5
  • Final round 6
  • Final ranking 7
  • All-Tournament Team 8
  • Top scorers (ppg) 9
  • References 10

Venues

Group A[1] Group B[1] Group C[1] Classification round[1] Final round[1]
Bogotá Medellín Bucaramanga Cúcuta Cali
Coliseo Cubierto El Campín Coliseo Ivan de Bedout Coliseo Vicente Díaz Romero Coliseo Toto Hernández Coliseo El Pueblo
Capacity: 10,000 Capacity: 10,000 Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: 6,000 Capacity: 18,000

Competing nations

Group A Group B Group C

 China
 Panama
 Spain
 United States

 Australia
 Brazil
 Ivory Coast
 Soviet Union

 Canada
 Czechoslovakia
 Uruguay
 Yugoslavia

 Colombia – advanced automatically to the semifinal round as host

Preliminary round

Qualified for the final round
Qualified for the classification round

Group A

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Spain 3 3 0 305 262 +43 6
 United States 3 2 1 295 261 +34 5
 Panama 3 1 2 285 280 +5 4
 China 3 0 3 243 325 −82 3

Group B

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 3 3 0 336 241 +95 6
 Australia 3 2 1 224 240 −16 5
 Brazil 3 1 2 267 253 +14 4
 Ivory Coast 3 0 3 218 311 −93 3
15 August
Brazil  73–75 OT  Australia

Group C

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Yugoslavia 3 3 0 290 235 +55 6
 Canada 3 2 1 269 265 +4 5
 Czechoslovakia 3 1 2 290 289 +1 4
 Uruguay 3 0 3 239 299 −60 3

Classification round

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 Brazil 5 4 1 474 415 +59 9 1–1; 1.017
 Panama 5 4 1 503 424 +79 9 1–1; 0.994
 Czechoslovakia 5 4 1 499 449 +50 9 1–1; 0.989
 Uruguay 5 2 3 404 440 −36 7
 China 5 1 4 406 474 −68 6
 Ivory Coast 5 0 5 416 500 −84 5
19 August
Brazil  93–79  China
22 August
Panama  86–85  Brazil
23 August
Uruguay  72–56  China

Semifinal round

Qualified for the gold medal game
Qualified for the bronze medal game
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tie
 United States 6 5 1 547 521 +26 11 1–0
 Soviet Union 6 5 1 663 514 +149 11 0–1
 Yugoslavia 6 4 2 573 535 +38 10 1–0
 Spain 6 4 2 612 564 +48 10 0–1
 Australia 6 2 4 489 563 −74 8
 Canada 6 1 5 485 519 −34 7
 Colombia 6 0 6 473 656 −183 6
19 August
Colombia  84–137  Spain
19 August
Canada  83–114  Soviet Union
20 August
Canada  78–84  Australia
21 August
Yugoslavia  108–91  Spain
21 August
Colombia  76–143  Soviet Union
22 August
Spain  99–87  Australia
22 August
Colombia  83–100  United States
24 August
Spain  83–80  Canada
25 August
Colombia  88–97  Yugoslavia
25 August
Spain  93–106  Soviet Union
26 August
Australia  91–105  Yugoslavia
27 August
Colombia  79–107  Canada
27 August
Australia  86–110  United States

Final round

28 August
Third place
Yugoslavia  119–117  Spain
28 August
Final
Soviet Union  95–94  United States

Final ranking

Rank Team Record
1  Soviet Union 8–1
2  United States 7–2
3  Yugoslavia 7–2
4  Spain 6–3
5  Australia 4–4
6  Canada 3–5
7  Colombia 0–6
8  Brazil 4–3
9  Panama 4–3
10  Czechoslovakia 4–3
11  Uruguay 2–5
12  China 1–6
13  Ivory Coast 0–7

All-Tournament Team

Top scorers (ppg)

  1. Wilfredo Ruiz (Uruguay) 24
  2. Rolando Frazer (Panama) 23.7
  3. Ian Davies (Australia) 23.3
  4. Drissa Dié (Côte d'Ivoire) 21.4
  5. Dragan Kićanović (Yugoslavia) 21.1
  6. Jay Triano (Canada) 18.5
  7. Chicho Sibilio (Spain) 17.8
  8. Juan Antonio San Epifanio (Spain) 17.7
  9. Doc Rivers (USA) 17
  10. Dražen Dalipagić (Yugoslavia) 16.6

References

  1. ^ a b c d e HISTORIA DEL BALONCESTO DEL NORTE DE SANTANDER
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