VIII OLYMPIC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (MÜNCHEN 1972)

QUALIFYING STAGE

(From 1-05-1972 to 19-08-1972)

 

 

EUROPEAN PRE-OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT

(Netherlands)

(From 1-05-1972 to 13-05-1972)

 

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

 

GROUP A (Groningen)

 

GROUP B (Arnhem)

Competition Day 1 (3-05-1972)

Competition Day 1 (3-05-1972)

Poland - Hungary

70-60 (36-32)

France - Denmark

106-66 (50-29)

Spain - Great Britain

96-63 (41-26)

Italy - Greece

70-62 (38-24)

Competition Day 2 (4-05-1972)

Competition Day 2 (4-05-1972)

Hungary - Great Britain

89-66 (45-31)

Greece - Denmark

87-33 (43-19)

Poland - Spain

88-86 (45-51)

Italy - France

78-65 (42-32)

Competition Day 3 (5-05-1972)

Competition Day 3 (5-05-1972)

Spain - Hungary

96-67 (52-26)

Denmark - Italy

50-108 (32-55)

Great Britain - Poland

66-77 (36-36)

Greece - France

47-50 (21-22)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Poland

3

3

0

235

212

6

2. Spain

3

2

1

278

218

5

3. Hungary

3

1

2

216

252

4

4. Great Britain**

3

0

3

215

262

3

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Italy

3

3

0

256

179

6

2. France

3

2

1

221

191

5

3. Greece**

3

1

2

198

153

4

4. Denmark

3

0

3

149

301

3

 

GROUP C (Heerlen)

 

GROUP D (Haarlem)

Competition Day 1 (1-05-1972)

Competition Day 1 (3-05-1972)

Turkey - Ireland

120-59 (60-30)

Czechoslovakia - Netherlands

77-65 (41-38)

Bulgaria - Austria

114-60 (55-17)

Belgium - Albania

83-82 (45-42)

Competition Day 2 (2-05-1972)

Competition Day 2 (4-05-1972)

Austria - Turkey

67-100 (31-50)

Czechoslovakia - Albania

88-69 (53-39)

Sweden - Bulgaria

72-92 (30-49)

Netherlands - Belgium

95-74 (50-39)

Competition Day 3 (3-05-1972)

Competition Day 3 (5-05-1972)

Austria - Ireland

107-69 (50-36)

Belgium - Czechoslovakia

77-105 (34-43)

Turkey - Sweden

86-88 (42-44)

Netherlands - Albania

84-81 (41-42)

Competition Day 4 (4-05-1972)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Czechoslovakia

3

3

0

270

211

6

2. Netherlands

3

2

1

244

232

5

3. Belgium

3

1

2

234

282

4

4. Albania

3

0

3

232

255

3

Ireland - Bulgaria

55-133 (21-68)

Sweden - Austria

97-80 (41-46)

Competition Day 5 (5-05-1972)

Ireland - Sweden

65-99 (33-46)

Bulgaria - Turkey

94-81 (39-37)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Bulgaria

4

4

0

433

268

8

2. Sweden

4

3

1

356

314

7

3. Turkey

4

2

2

387

308

6

4. Austria

4

1

3

314

380

5

5. Ireland

4

0

4

239

459

4

 

 

FINAL ROUND

(Preliminary Round scores are accumulated)

 

Amsterdam

Competition Day 1 (7-05-1972)

Poland - France

79-83 (39-48)

Czechoslovakia - Spain

88-87 (47-47)

Bulgaria - Netherlands

88-59 (43-33)

Italy - Sweden

89-79 (43-33)

Competition Day 2 (8-05-1972)

Spain - Bulgaria

108-84 (54-47)

France - Czechoslovakia

77-79 (36-38)

Sweden - Poland

91-93 (32-47)

Netherlands - Italy

60-71 (31-34)

Competition Day 3 (9-05-1972)

Czechoslovakia - Sweden

108-67 (47-37)

Bulgaria - France

75-79 (33-41)

Italy - Spain

66-67 (38-27)

Poland - Netherlands

64-76 (28-37)

Competition Day 4 (11-05-1972)

Spain - France

90-78 (48-37)

Bulgaria - Czechoslovakia

71-84 (31-40)

Sweden - Netherlands

82-83 (42-39)

Poland - Italy

68-84 (29-44)

Competition Day 5 (12-05-1972)

Spain - Sweden

93-77 (42-40)

France - Netherlands

68-69 (32-32)

Poland - Bulgaria

76-82 (41-39)

Italy - Czechoslovakia

77-64 (33-33)

Competition Day 6 (13-05-1972)

Sweden - France

72-86 (39-40)

Spain - Netherlands

102-79 (49-39)

Poland - Czechoslovakia

76-84 (31-43)

Bulgaria - Italy

59-75 (30-33)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Italy*

7

6

1

540

462

13

2. Czechoslovakia*

7

6

1

584

520

13

3. Spain**

7

5

2

633

560

12

4. Bulgaria**

7

3

4

551

553

10

5. France

7

3

4

536

542

10

6. Netherlands

7

3

4

491

552

10

7. Poland**

7

2

5

544

586

9

8. Sweden**

7

0

7

540

644

7

* Qualified for Olympic Tournament

** Qualified for PPT (see below)

 

 

 

PAN-CONTINENTAL PRE-OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT

(Augsburg, FRG)

(From 10-08-1972 to 19-08-1972)

 

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

 

GROUP A

 

GROUP B

Competition Day 1 (10-08-1972)

Competition Day 1 (10-08-1972)

Finland - Canada

68-84 (31-45)

Israel - Bulgaria

65-73 (30-34)

Poland - Greece

82-63 (37-25)

North Korea - Mexico

86-101 (47-56)

Competition Day 2 (11-08-1972)

Competition Day 2 (11-08-1972)

Poland - Canada

68-70 (42-40)

Switzerland - Great Britain

69-99 (29-52)

Spain - Sweden

77-67 (37-33)

Israel - Mexico

76-78 (38-39)

Competition Day 3 (12-08-1972)

Competition Day 3 (12-08-1972)

Poland - Finland

88-72 (41-36)

Bulgaria - Great Britain

89-71 (47-41)

Greece - Sweden

67-73 (38-42)

Israel - North Korea

93-66 (49-32)

Competition Day 4 (13-08-1972)

Competition Day 4 (13-08-1972)

Canada - Sweden

68-81 (29-38)

Mexico - Great Britain

71-47 (34-24)

Greece - Spain

82-88 (47-39)

Bulgaria - Switzerland

114-79 (52-22)

Competition Day 5 (14-08-1972)

Competition Day 5 (14-08-1972)

Canada - Spain

68-94 (31-51)

Mexico - Switzerland

118-63 (41-30)

Sweden - Finland

70-69 (37-34)

Great Britain - North Korea

92-89 (53-44)

Competition Day 6 (16-08-1972)

Competition Day 6 (16-08-1972)

Finland - Spain

71-90 (36-43)

North Korea - Switzerland

98-81 (48-48)

Canada - Greece

87-91 (43-44)

Great Britain - Israel

69-81 (30-38)

Sweden - Poland

78-90 (38-43)

Mexico - Bulgaria

65-78 (32-34)

Competition Day 7 (17-08-1972)

Competition Day 7 (17-08-1972)

Spain - Poland

78-82 (39-45)

Switzerland - Israel

60-96 (29-49)

Finland - Greece

77-66 (42-30)

North Korea - Bulgaria

87-86 (57-41)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Poland

5

4

1

410

361

9

2. Spain

5

4

1

427

370

9

3. Sweden

5

3

2

369

371

8

4. Canada

5

2

3

377

402

7

5. Finland

5

1

4

357

398

6

6. Greece

5

1

4

369

407

6

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Bulgaria

5

4

1

440

367

9

2. Mexico

5

4

1

433

350

9

3. Israel

5

3

2

411

346

8

4. Great Britain

5

2

3

378

399

7

5. North Korea

5

2

3

426

453

7

6. Switzerland

5

0

5

352

525

5

 

 

CLASSIFICATION ROUND

(Preliminary Round scores are accumulated)

 

PLACES 9-12

 

PLACES 5-8

Competition Day 1 (18-08-1972)

Competition Day 1 (18-08-1972)

A5-B6: Finland - Switzerland

111-66 (55-36)

A3-B4: Sweden - Great Britain

97-89 (48-40)

B5-A6: North Korea - Greece

78-90 (42-48)

B3-A4: Israel - Canada

81-91 (40-42)

Competition Day 2 (19-08-1972)

Competition Day 2 (19-08-1972)

A5-B5: Finland - North Korea

70-72 (43-41)

A3-B3: Sweden - Israel

68-74 (40-38)

A6-B6: Greece - Switzerland

112-47 (59-24)

A4-B4: Canada - Great Britain

93-68 (40-32)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Finland

3

2

1

258

204

5

2. Greece

3

2

1

268

202

5

3. North Korea

3

2

1

248

241

5

4. Switzerland

3

0

3

194

321

3

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Sweden

3

2

1

246

231

5

2. Canada

3

2

1

252

230

5

3. Israel

3

2

1

236

228

5

4. Great Britain

3

0

3

226

271

3

 

 

FINAL ROUND

(Preliminary Round scores are accumulated)

 

PLACES 1-4

Competition Day 1 (18-08-1972)

A1-B2: Poland - Mexico

72-82 (42-49)

B1-A2: Bulgaria - Spain

64-67 (30-35)

Competition Day 2 (19-08-1972)

A1-B1: Poland - Bulgaria

83-65 (36-34)

A2-B2: Spain - Mexico

75-69 (39-29)

FINAL STANDING

P

W

L

F

A

PtS.

1. Poland

3

2

1

237

225

5

2. Spain

3

2

1

216

211

5

3. Bulgaria

3

1

2

207

215

4

4. Mexico

3

1

2

212

221

4

 

 

FINAL STANDING

1.

Poland*

2.

Spain*

3.

Bulgaria

4.

Mexico

5.

Sweden

6.

Canada

7.

Israel

8.

Great Britain

9.

Finland

10.

Greece

11.

North Korea

12.

Switzerland

* Qualified for Olympic Tournament

 

 

::::: OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT :::::

 

 

GAME DETAILS (SPAIN)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Sporthal (Groningen)

DATE: 3-05-1972 (21:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Yurij Mukhamedzhanov (USSR), Siegfried Käsebier (GDR)

FOULED OUT: Santillana (21’), Rullán (22’), Estrada (33’), Iradier (34’) / McInnes (22’), Cameron (30’), Wilson (35’), Collins (37’)

SPA

Spain - Great Britain

GBR

96-63 (41-26)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Martínez (8), Wayne Brabender (27), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (-), Luis Miguel Santillana (11), Rafael Rullán (3); Carmelo Cabrera (7), Enrique Margall (10), Jesús Iradier (20), Nino Buscató (-), Juan Antonio Corbalán (8), Miguel Ángel Estrada (2)

Great Britain (coach: Ken Johnston)

Stuart Capaldi (7), Bob Mackay (14), Carl Olsson (10), Willie Cameron (4), Bill McInnes (4); Ken Walton (1), Guthrie Wilson (9), Rick Mann (6), Colin Gregg (4), Vic Collins (4)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Sporthal (Groningen)

DATE: 4-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Janko Kavčić (YUG), Siegfried Käsebier (GDR)

FOULED OUT: Łopatka (34’), Durejko (40’) / Luyk (33’), Rullán (34’), Brabender (40’)

POL

Poland - Spain

SPA

88-86 (45-51)

Poland (coach: Witold Zagórski)

Andrzej Seweryn (15), Jan Dolczewski (18), Grzegorz Korcz (14), Mieczysław Łopatka (19), Eugeniusz Durejko (9); Stanisław Zienkiewicz (3), Henryk Cegielski (-), Zbigniew Jedliński (-), Janusz Cegliński (-), Piotr Langosz (10)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Carmelo Cabrera (6), Nino Buscató (12), Wayne Brabender (26), Clifford Luyk (17), Rafael Rullán (12); Enrique Margall (5), Luis Miguel Santillana (8), Jesús Iradier (-), Juan Antonio Corbalán (-)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Sporthal (Groningen)

DATE: 5-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Yurij Mukhamedzhanov (USSR), Janko Kavčić (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Santillana (25’), Rullán (33’), Corbalán (34’) / Pálffy (30’), Nagy (33’), Losonczy (36’)

SPA

Spain - Hungary

HUN

96-67 (52-26)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (7), Wayne Brabender (20), Clifford Luyk (6), Enrique Margall (16), Luis Miguel Santillana (19); Carmelo Cabrera (6), Juan Martínez (-), Jesús Iradier (6), Nino Buscató (2), Rafael Rullán (9), Miguel Ángel Estrada (5)

Hungary (coach: Rezső Eszéki)

Ödön Lendvay (4), Tamás Pálffy (9), András Salgó (11), Sándor Gellér (10), István Halmos (4); István Hegedűs (2), Tamás Kovács (2), Béla Lázár (2), Árpád Losonczy (21), István Nagy (2), István Pálvölgyi (-)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 7-05-1972 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.000

REFEREES: Obrad Belošević (YUG), Rudolf Anheuser (FRG)

FOULED OUT: Konopásek (33’), Novický (34’) / Brabender (39’)

CZE

Czechoslovakia - Spain

SPA

88-87 (47-47)

Czechoslovakia (coach: Vladimír Heger)

Jiří Konopásek (3), Jiří Růžička (8), Jan Bobrovský (13), Jiří Zídek (34), Zdeněk Douša (-); Petr Novický (12), Kamil Brabenec (6), Zdeněk Kos (2), Jiří Balaštík (2), Jiří Zedníček (8), Jiří Ammer (-)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (12), Wayne Brabender (30), Clifford Luyk (16), Enrique Margall (5), Luis Miguel Santillana (15); Carmelo Cabrera (4), Jesús Iradier (-), Nino Buscató (3), Rafael Rullán (2)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 8-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: xxx (XXX), xxx (XXX)

FOULED OUT: xxx

SPA

Spain - Bulgaria

BUL

108-84 (54-47)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Nino Buscató (2), Wayne Brabender (18), Clifford Luyk (31), Luis Miguel Santillana (6), Rafael Rullán (24); Carmelo Cabrera (4), Enrique Margall (6), Jesús Iradier (4), Juan Antonio Corbalán (2), Miguel Ángel Estrada (2), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (9)

Bulgaria (coach: Nejcho Nejchev)

Rumen Pejchev (29), Bogomil Chanev (21), Georgi Khristov (12), Khristo Dojchinov (6), Ivajlo Kirov (6), Georgi Bărzakov (4), Temelaki Dimitrov (4), Pando Pandov (2)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 9-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Anatolij Kokorev (USSR), Obrad Belošević (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Zanatta (30’), Brumatti (35’), Bariviera (36’)

ITA

Italy - Spain

SPA

66-67 (38-27)

Italy (coach: Giancarlo Primo)

Giulio Iellini (8), Marino Zanatta (4), Renzo Bariviera (13), Dino Meneghin (9), Massimo Masini (18); Ottorino Flaborea (2), Carlo Recalcati (2), Mauro Cerioni (-), Pierluigi Marzorati (4), Giuseppe Brumatti (6)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (9), Wayne Brabender (22), Clifford Luyk (16), Enrique Margall (9), Rafael Rullán (11); Carmelo Cabrera (-), Luis Miguel Santillana (-), Nino Buscató (-)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 11-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Janko Kavčić (YUG), Dan Chiriac (ROM)

FOULED OUT: Rullán (37’) / Galle (30’)

SPA

Spain - France

FRA

90-78 (48-37)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (12), Wayne Brabender (19), Clifford Luyk (16), Enrique Margall (11), Rafael Rullán (14); Carmelo Cabrera (-), Luis Miguel Santillana (6), Nino Buscató (12), Miguel Ángel Estrada (-)

France (coach: Joe Jaunay)

Alain Gilles (19), Daniel Ledent (4), Jacques Cachemire (7), Jean-Claude Bonato (18), Claude Gasnal (12); Pierre Galle (-), Yves-Marie Vérove (6), Patrick Petit (-), Jean-Pierre Staelens (10), Roger Duquesnoy (2)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 12-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Yurij Mukhamedzhanov (USSR), Rudolf Anheuser (FRG)

FOULED OUT: Grönlund (34’), Hjorth (37’)

SPA

Spain - Sweden

SWE

93-77 (42-40)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Carmelo Cabrera (4), Wayne Brabender (20), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (2), Clifford Luyk (20), Luis Miguel Santillana (16); Enrique Margall (15), Nino Buscató (2), Juan Antonio Corbalán (2), Rafael Rullán (12)

Sweden (coach: Arne Jansson)

Anders Grönlund (-), Ulf Lindelöf (14), Mats Åström (14), Jan Hjorth (21), Jörgen Hansson (18); Kjell Rannelid (-), Kjell Gunnå (6), Ebbe Edström (-), Per-Olof Lefwerth (4)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC I

VENUE: Apollohal (Amsterdam)

DATE: 13-05-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Janko Kavčić (YUG), Hubert Jacobs (FRG)

FOULED OUT: R. Harrewijn (28’), H. Harrewijn (35’), Kip (39’)

SPA

Spain - Netherlands

NED

102-79 (49-39)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Carmelo Cabrera (2), Wayne Brabender (33), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (8), Clifford Luyk (29), Luis Miguel Santillana (13); Juan Martínez (-), Enrique Margall (-), Jesús Iradier (-), Nino Buscató (2), Juan Antonio Corbalán (8), Rafael Rullán (7)

Netherlands (coach: Rene Mol)

Ruud Harrewijn (3), Hesdy van Wilgen (6), Kees Akerboom (6), Pieter van Tuyll (6), Frank Kales (17); Jan Dekker (6), Ton Boot (-), Hugo Harrewijn (14), Jan Sikking (2), Erik van Woerkom (6), Harry Kip (13)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 11-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Georgi Ganchev (BUL), Eugenio Ugalde (MEX)

FOULED OUT: Corbalán / Grönlund

SPA

Spain - Sweden

SWE

77-67 (37-33)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Vicente Ramos (2), Wayne Brabender (21), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (6), Clifford Luyk (8), Rafael Rullán (8); Carmelo Cabrera (2), Enrique Margall (-), Luis Miguel Santillana (4), Nino Buscató (14), Juan Antonio Corbalán (12)

Sweden (coach: Arne Jansson)

Anders Grönlund (2), Mats Leander (2), Mats Åström (27), Jörgen Palm (-), Jörgen Hansson (11); Kjell Rannelid (-), Ulf Lindelöf (12), Kjell Gunnå (2), xxx Borgström (2), Jan Hjorth (8), Ebbe Edström (1)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 13-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Pieter Leegwater (NED), Ephraim Atlas (ISR)

FOULED OUT: Alexandris, Giannouzakos, Kontos / Ramos, Rullán, Margall

GRE

Greece - Spain

SPA

82-88 (47-39)

Greece (coach: Dick Dukeshire)

Takis Koroneos (26), Vangelis Alexandris (7), Vasilis Goumas (17), Michalis Giannouzakos (6), Thanassis Christoforou (-); Apostolos Kontos (22), Aris Raftopoulos (2), Christos Iordanidis (-), Nikos Nesiadis (-), Nikos Sismanidis (2)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (-), Wayne Brabender (19), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (4), Clifford Luyk (19), Rafael Rullán (20); Carmelo Cabrera (2), Vicente Ramos (4), Enrique Margall (8), Luis Miguel Santillana (8), Jesús Iradier (-), Nino Buscató (4)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 14-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: xxx (XXX), xxx (XXX)

FOULED OUT: T. Tollestrup, P. Tollestrup / Rullán (31’)

CAN

Canada - Spain

SPA

68-94 (31-51)

Canada (coach: Jack Donohue)

Ron Thorsen (8), Derek Sankey (10), Jamie Russell (4), Phil Tollestrup (15), Tim Tollestrup (4); Terry MacKay (8), xxx Smith (2), Bob Town (10), Ross Wedlake (4), Tom Kieswetter (2), Ted Stoesz (1), John Cassidy (-)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Carmelo Cabrera (2), Wayne Brabender (24), Clifford Luyk (17), Enrique Margall (6), Rafael Rullán (8); Vicente Ramos (2), Luis Miguel Santillana (16), Jesús Iradier (2), Nino Buscató (4), Miguel Ángel Estrada (9), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (4)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 16-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Renato Righetto (BRA), Günter Zorn (FRG)

FOULED OUT: Margall

FIN

Finland - Spain

SPA

71-90 (36-43)

Finland (coach: Robert Petersen)

Jorma Pilkevaara (9), Ilpo Rissanen (5), Kalevi Sarkalahti (33), Kari Liimo (12), Juhani Keto (2); Lars Karell (-), Veikko Vainio (2), Kari Lahti (2), xxx Uuspää (2), xxx Pitkänen (4), xxx Pilvi (-)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Carmelo Cabrera (2), Wayne Brabender (14), Clifford Luyk (12), Enrique Margall (6), Rafael Rullán (7); Vicente Ramos (2), Luis Miguel Santillana (10), Jesús Iradier (6), Nino Buscató (2), Juan Antonio Corbalán (9), Miguel Ángel Estrada (-), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (20)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 17-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Pieter Leegwater (NED), Kostas Dimou (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Luyk, Ramos / Durejko

SPA

Spain - Poland

POL

78-82 (39-45)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Juan Antonio Corbalán (-), Wayne Brabender (27), Clifford Luyk (12), Enrique Margall (4), Rafael Rullán (4); Carmelo Cabrera (2), Vicente Ramos (6), Luis Miguel Santillana (15), Jesús Iradier (2), Nino Buscató (4), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (2)

Poland (coach: Witold Zagórski)

Andrzej Seweryn (7), Jan Dolczewski (9), Andrzej Kasprzak (2), Janusz Cegliński (15), Eugeniusz Durejko (7); Piotr Langosz (16), Grzegorz Korcz (12), Mieczysław Łopatka (2), Ryszard Białowąs (2), Waldemar Kozak (10)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 18-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: George Siborne (CAN), Jan Holmin (SWE)

FOULED OUT: Kosev / Sagi-Vela, Santillana, Luyk, Rullán

BUL

Bulgaria - Spain

SPA

64-67 (30-35)

Bulgaria (coach: Nejcho Nejchev)

Georgi Khristov (10), Khristo Dojchinov (9), Ivajlo Kirov (4), Evelin Kosev (9), Rumen Pejchev (15); Bojcho Brănzov (13), Petko Marinov (4), Bogomil Chanev (-)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Vicente Ramos (4), Wayne Brabender (10), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (14), Clifford Luyk (11), Luis Miguel Santillana (10); Carmelo Cabrera (4), Enrique Margall (8), Nino Buscató (2), Juan Antonio Corbalán (3), Rafael Rullán (1), Miguel Ángel Estrada (-)

 

PRE-OLYMPIC II

VENUE: Sporthalle (Augsburg)

DATE: 19-08-1972 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Erwin Kassai (HUN), Renato Righetto (BRA)

FOULED OUT: Sagi-Vela / Lúa, Ayala, Zaragoza

SPA

Spain - Mexico

MEX

75-69 (39-29)

Spain (coach: Antonio Díaz Miguel)

Vicente Ramos (8), Wayne Brabender (24), Gonzalo Sagi-Vela (2), Clifford Luyk (21), Luis Miguel Santillana (14); Carmelo Cabrera (2), Enrique Margall (2), Nino Buscató (2), Juan Antonio Corbalán (-), Rafael Rullán (-)

Mexico (coach: Gustavo Saggiante)

Raúl Palma (14), Óscar Asiáin (3), Arturo Guerrero (13), Jorge Zaragoza (8), Antonio Ayala (10); Roberto Lúa (13), Alejandro Guzmán (4), Ricardo Monreal (4), Fernando Tiscareño (-)

 

 

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