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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2011 EuroBasket 2 Aug. to
18 Sep.
Alytus, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Panevezys, Siauliai and Vilnius
(LITHUANIA)
Spain  France  Russia  Luol Deng
2009 EuroBasket 7 Sep. to
20 Sep.
Poland
(POLAND)
Spain  Serbia  Greece  Lior Eliyahu (ISR)
2007 EuroBasket 3 Sep. to
16 Sep.
Palma de Mallorca, Alicante, Sevilla, Granada/Madrid
(SPAIN)
Russia  Spain  Lithuania  Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
2005 EuroBasket 8 Sep. to
25 Sep.
Vrsac, Podgorica, Novi Sad, Belgrade
(SERBIA)
Greece  Germany  France  Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
2003 European Championship for Men 17 May. to
14 Sep.
Boras, Lulea, Norrköpping, Södertelje, Stockholm
(SWEDEN)
Lithuania  Spain  Italy  Pau Gasol (ESP)
2001 European Championship for Men 18 May. to
9 Sep.
Ankara, Antalya, Istanbul
(TURKEY)
Yugoslavia  Turkey  Spain  Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
1999 European Championship for Men 22 May. to
3 Jul.
Antibes, Clermond-Ferrand, Dijon, Toulouse, Le Mans, Pau, Paris
(FRANCE)
Italy  Spain  Yugoslavia  Alberto Herreros Ros (ESP)
1997 European Championship for Men 22 May. to
6 Jul.
Gerona, Badalona, Barcelona
(SPAIN)
Yugoslavia  Italy  Russia  David Oded Kattache (ISR)
1995 European Championship for Men 21 Jun. to
2 Jul.
Athens
(GREECE)
Yugoslavia  Lithuania  Croatia  Raimondas-Sarunas Marciulionis (LTU)
1993 European Championship for Men 22 Jun. to
4 Jul.
Berlin, Karlsruhe, Munich
(GERMANY)
Germany  Russia  Croatia  Sabahudin Bilalovic (BIH)
1991 European Championship for Men 24 Jun. to
29 Jun.
Rome
(ITALY)
Yugoslavia  Italy  Spain  Nikolaos Galis (GRE)
1989 European Championship for Men 20 Jun. to
25 Jun.
Zagreb
(CROATIA)
Yugoslavia  Greece  Soviet Union  Nikolaos Galis (GRE)
1987 European Championship for Men 3 Jun. to
14 Jun.
Athens
(GREECE)
Greece  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Nikolaos Galis (GRE)
1985 European Championship for Men 5 Jun. to
16 Jun.
Karlsruhe, Leverkusen, Stuttgart
(GERMANY)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Italy  Doron Jamchy (ISR)
1983 European Championship for Men 26 May. to
4 Jun.
Limoges, Caen, Nantes
(FRANCE)
Italy  Spain  Soviet Union  Nikolaos Galis (GRE)
1981 European Championship for Men 26 May. to
5 Jun.
Bratislava, Havirov, Prague
(CZECHOSLOVAKIA)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Czechoslovakia  Mieczyslaw Mlynarski (POL)
1979 European Championship for Men 9 Jun. to
19 Jun.
Mestre, Siena, Gorizia, Turin
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Israel  Yugoslavia  Mieczyslaw Mlynarski (POL)
1977 European Championship for Men 15 Sep. to
24 Sep.
Liège, Ostend
(BELGIUM)
Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Kees Akerboom (NED)
1975 European Championship for Men 7 Jun. to
15 Jun.
Belgade, Split, Karlovac, Rijeka
(YUGOSLAVIA)
Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  Italy  Atanas Golomeev (BUL)
1973 European Championship for Men 27 Sep. to
6 Oct.
Badalona, Barcelona
(SPAIN)
Yugoslavia  Spain  Soviet Union  Atanas Golomeev (BUL)
1971 European Championship for Men 10 Sep. to
19 Sep.
Essen, Böblingen
(GERMANY)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Italy  Edward Jurkiewicz (POL)
1969 European Championship for Men 27 Sep. to
5 Oct.
Naples, Caserta
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Czechoslovakia  Georgios Kolokithas (GRE)
1967 European Championship for Men 28 Sep. to
8 Oct.
Helsinki, Tampere
(FINLAND)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Poland  Georgios Kolokithas (GRE)
1963 European Championship for Men 4 Oct. to
13 Oct.
Wroclaw
(POLAND)
Soviet Union  Poland  Yugoslavia  Radivoje Korac (YUG)
1961 European Championship for Men 29 Apr. to
8 May.
Belgrade
(YUGOSLAVIA)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Bulgaria  Radivoje Korac (YUG)