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2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championship

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Official website
2007 FIBA U19 World Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Serbia
Dates July 12 – July 22
Teams 16 (from 5 federations)
Venues(in 1 host city)
Champions  Serbia (2nd title)
MVP Serbia Milan Mačvan
Tournament statistics
Points Brazil Paulão Prestes (23.0)  United States (93.7)
Rebounds Brazil Paulão Prestes (14.7)  Nigeria (51.6)
Assists Lithuania Žygimantas Janavičius (6.6)  Lithuania (19.4)
2009 >

The 2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championship was held in Novi Sad, Serbia from July 12 to July 22, 2007. The host nation won the tournament after beating the United States 74–69 in the final.[1] Milan Mačvan was named the tournament MVP.


Novi Sad
SPC Vojvodina
Capacity: 11,000

Final standings

Rank Team Record
 Serbia 8–1
 United States 8–1
 France 6–3
4th  Brazil 4–5
5th  Australia 8–1
6th  Argentina 4–5
7th  Turkey 4–5
8th  Spain 4–5
9th  Lithuania 4–4
10th  Canada 4–4
11th  Korea 3–5
12th  China 1–7
13th  Nigeria 2–3
14th  Lebanon 1–4
15th  Mali 1–4
16th  Puerto Rico 0–5

Medal rosters

Boban Marjanović, 15 Slaven Čupković (Head coach: Miroslav Nikolić)

Jerry Wainwright)

Edwin Jackson, 12 Rudy Etilopy, 13 Kim Tillie, 14 Ludovic Vaty, 15 Adrien Moerman (Head coach: Richard Billant)


  • Angola Carlos José Julio
  • Brazil Marcos Fornies Benito
  • China Yanping Song
  • France Eddie Viator
  • Greece Konstantinos Koromilas
  • Italy Enrico Sabetta
  • Japan Yuji Hirahara
  • Lithuania Tomas Jasevičius
  • Serbia Ilija Belošević
  • Turkey Recep Ankaralı
  • United States Jeff Nichols


External links

  • Official Website
  • FIBA Basketball Archive

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