The 1990 FIBA World Championship was the 11th FIBA World Championship, the international basketball world championship for men's teams. It was hosted by Argentina from August 8 to 19, 1990. The competition final phase was held at the Luna Park, Buenos Aires. Yugoslavia emerged as the tournament winner. This was the last World Championship in which the country participated before its dissolution. Likewise, the Soviet Union participated in its final tournament before its dissolution. This was the
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8 to 19 Aug. 1990 - Santa Fe, Rosario, Villa Ballester, Cordoba Salta, Buenos Aires in Argentina.
Yugoslavia won the 26th FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, defeating Greece in the final. In the Preliminary round they were grouped with eventual runner-up Greece, France, and Bulgaria. They defeated Greece 103–68, Bulgaria 78–98, and France 89–106, thus advancing to the knockout stage as undefeated.
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YUGOSLAVIA vs USA(51-43 , 48-48 )Date: 17 August 1990Time:16h00City: Santa Fe,Rosario,Villa Ballester,Cordoba Salta,Buenos AiresTop playersPetrovic (31pts) M...
Dusan Ivkovic, the legendary European coach and champion with Yugoslavia in the World Cup that was done in Argentina on 1990, He passed away at the age of 77. The Serbian Basketball Federation (KSS) reported that Ivkovic , three times champion of Europe with the Yugoslav representative in 1989, 1991 and 1995 , died as a result of a pulmonary edema, as reported by the French news agency AFP .
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Yugoslavia Stats in the Basketball World Cup Information about Yugoslavia National Team and its appearances in the FIBA World Championships, with stats of games, points, top scorers, tournaments played and medals won, best and worst performances and other data.
Yugoslavia in the 1990s: the wonder-team that never was. I n 1991, the great Red Star Belgrade of Savićević, Prosinečki and Pančev won the European Cup, defeating a Marseille team featuring stars such as Jean-Pierre Papin, Abedi Pele and Chris Waddle. In terms of football in the Balkans, it is quite probably their finest hour.
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