AfroBasket 2011

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AfroBasket 2011
26th FIBA Africa Basketball Championship
AfroBasket 2011 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation Madagascar
Dates August 17–28
Teams 16 (from 53 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Tunisia (1st title)
MVP Tunisia Salah Mejri
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Senegal Faye (21.7)  Nigeria (85.3)
Rebounds Senegal Badiane (11.0)  Nigeria (46.1)
Assists Nigeria Udoka (5.3)  Senegal (16.7)
Official website
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AfroBasket 2011 was the 26th FIBA Africa Championship, played under the auspices of the Fédération Internationale de Basketball, the basketball sport governing body, and the African zone thereof. At stake is the berth allocated to Africa in the 2012 Summer Olympics basketball tournament. The tournament was scheduled to be hosted by Côte d'Ivoire, with games to be played in Abidjan.[1] However, in 2011 Madagascar was chosen as host replacement due to a political crisis in Côte d'Ivoire.

Tunisia won the title for the first time after defeating Angola 67–56 in the final.[2]

Host Selection Process

Côte d'Ivoire's selection as the host country was decided by the Fédération Internationale de Basketball (FIBA) Executive Committee, approved by the Central Board of FIBA Africa, and officially announced in Abidjan on March 23, 2010.[1] Côte d'Ivoire's bid was selected over bids from Madagascar and Nigeria. Madagascar was on hold as a backup host should Côte d'Ivoire not be able to host the championships.[3] This would have been the second time that Côte d'Ivoire has hosted the FIBA Africa Championship, after they won the tournament as hosts in 1985.[4] On April 26, 2011, it was announced that Madagascar would host the tournament in its capital Antananarivo after the political unrest in Côte d'Ivoire put them irreparably behind schedule in outfitting their arenas.[5]

Venue

Antananarivo
AfroBasket 2011 is located in Madagascar
Antananarivo
Antananarivo
AfroBasket 2011 (Madagascar)
University of Antananarivo
Capacity: 2,000
University of Antananarivo Madagascar.JPG

Qualification

Participants were sixteen national basketball teams among the 53 FIBA Africa members, determined through qualification processes before the final tournament. These teams included the host nation, the top four sides at the FIBA Africa Championship 2009 in Libya (including Côte d'Ivoire, which finished second at the 2009 tournament) and the top twelve sides at the 2009 Zone preliminary basketball competitions. Because the qualification process doubles as qualification for the 2010 All-Africa Games, all African nations competed in qualifying, including those that have previously qualified for the tournament. The following national teams have secured qualification:

Number Team Qualified as Finals Appearance Last Appearance
1  Madagascar Host 3rd 2003
2  Angola 1st place FIBA Africa Championship 2009 17th 2009
3  Tunisia 3rd place FIBA Africa Championship 2009 19th 2009
4  Cameroon 4th place FIBA Africa Championship 2009 6th 2009
5  Nigeria Zone 3 Winner 15th 2009
6  Togo Zone 3 Third Place 4th 1978
7  Senegal Zone 2 Winner 25th 2009
8  Mali Zone 2 Runner-Up 16th 2009
9  Morocco Zone 1 Winner 17th 2009
10  Central African Republic Zone 4 Winner 16th 2009
11  Chad Zone 4 Runner-Up 1st -
12  Mozambique Zone 6 Winner 11th 2009
13  Rwanda Zone 5 Winner 3rd 2009
14  Ivory Coast 2nd place FIBA Africa Championship 2009 20th 2009
15  Egypt Wild Card 20th 2009
16  South Africa Wild Card 8th 2009

Squads

Format

FIBA Africa debuted a revised format at the 2009 championship. As of August 2010, FIBA Africa has given no indication that this formation will change for the 2011 event:

  • The teams were divided into four groups (Groups A–D) for the preliminary round.
  • Round robin for the preliminary round; all teams advanced to the next round.
  • From there on a knockout system was used until the final.

Group stage

All Times are UTC+3

Group A

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Nigeria 3 3 0 274 203 +71 6
 Mali 3 2 1 205 216 −11 5
 Mozambique 3 1 2 209 217 −8 4
 Madagascar 3 0 3 211 263 −52 3
17 August 2011
15:00
Report
Nigeria  84–59  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 18–5, 18–14, 28–18
Pts: Obasohan 15
Rebs: Ukeagu, Oyedeji 8
Asts: Umeh 3
Pts: Tangara 17
Rebs: Samake 7
Asts: five players 1

17 August 2011
17:30
Report
Madagascar  67–77  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 14–18, 23–18, 18–23
Pts: Razafimahasahy 18
Rebs: Ramsdell 14
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Nuaila 15
Rebs: Nuaila 13
Asts: Mucavel 4

19 August 2011
15:00
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Mozambique  63–78  Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 11–20, 21–23, 14–18, 17–17
Pts: Matos 20
Rebs: Nuaila 5
Asts: Mandlate 3
Pts: Udoka 13
Rebs: Udoka 10
Asts: Udoka 11

19 August 2011
17:30
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Madagascar  63–74  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 23–14, 7–13, 17–23, 16–24
Pts: Rakotoarisoa 19
Rebs: Kilobo 5
Asts: Rakotondrasolo 4
Pts: Niakate 28
Rebs: Tangara 10
Asts: Coulibaly 3

21 August 2011
12:00
Report
Mali  72–69 (2OT)  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 17–6, 15–27, 15–12, Overtime: 6–6, 7–4
Pts: Coulibaly 15
Rebs: Samake 11
Asts: Sy 5
Pts: Muchate 21
Rebs: Muchate 20
Asts: Mandlate 3

21 August 2011
17:30
Report
Nigeria  112–81  Madagascar
Scoring by quarter: 25–19, 30–30, 20–13, 37–19
Pts: Obasohan 21
Rebs: Oyedeji 13
Asts: Udoka 6
Pts: Ramsdell 18
Rebs: Ramsdell 6
Asts: Rakotondrasolo 4

Group B

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Senegal 3 3 0 256 197 +59 6
 Angola 3 2 1 268 202 +68 5
 Morocco 3 1 2 215 211 +4 4
 Chad 3 0 3 167 296 −129 3
18 August 2011
17:30
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Morocco  65–79  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 18–18, 25–11, 11–24, 11–26
Pts: Zouita 19
Rebs: Hachad 10
Asts: Hachad 3
Pts: Ndoye 23
Rebs: Badiane 11
Asts: Dalmeida 5

18 August 2011
20:00
Report
Angola  115–56  Chad
Scoring by quarter: 35–17, 33–7, 21–13, 26–19
Pts: C.Morais 25
Rebs: Kikas 7
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Mickael 11
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: three players 2

20 August 2011
12:30
Report
Chad  57–89  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 13–20, 6–17, 21–32
Pts: Mbaindiguim 16
Rebs: Moguena 8
Asts: Mbaindiguim 5
Pts: Zouita 25
Rebs: Kourodu 9
Asts: Zouita 4

20 August 2011
20:00
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Angola  78–85  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 30–18, 14–28, 21–24, 13–15
Pts: C.Morais 23
Rebs: Armando 8
Asts: Armando 3
Pts: Ndoye 22
Rebs: Badiane 7
Asts: Faye 5

22 August 2011
15:00
Report
Senegal  92–54  Chad
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 22–10, 29–13, 29–20
Pts: Diasse 31
Rebs: Diasse 10
Asts: Dalmeida, Faye 4
Pts: Djimassal 15
Rebs: Moguena, Djimassal 6
Asts: Noubaramadji 3

22 August 2011
20:00
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Morocco  61–75  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 16–24, 18–22, 11–14
Pts: Hachad 14
Rebs: Rhalimi 9
Asts: El Mesbahi 3
Pts: Armando 21
Rebs: Vander 9
Asts: Armando 4

Group C

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Cameroon 3 3 0 259 216 +43 6
 Ivory Coast 3 1 2 250 211 +39 4 1–1, +45
 Egypt 3 1 2 231 242 −11 4 1–1, +4
 South Africa 3 1 2 189 260 −71 4 1–1, −49
17 August 2011
12:30
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Ivory Coast  105–53  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 27–8, 33–10, 29–19, 16–16
Pts: Edi 19
Rebs: N'Diaye, Edi 5
Asts: Kale 5
Pts: Loate 10
Rebs: Avenant 5
Asts: Letsebe 3

17 August 2011
20:00
Report
Cameroon  96–81  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 27–11, 25–24, 24–28, 20–18
Pts: Bitee 29
Rebs: Aboya 9
Asts: Bitee 7
Pts: El Gendy, Ibrahim 13
Rebs: El Gendy 5
Asts: Genedy 3

19 August 2011
12:30
Report
South Africa  65–87  Cameroon
Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 13–17, 11–24, 24–23
Pts: Marhanele 24
Rebs: Gabriel 6
Asts: Dlamini 4
Pts: Essengué 18
Rebs: Aboya 8
Asts: Bayang, Bitee 3

19 August 2011
20:00
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Ivory Coast  75–82  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 16–27, 17–14, 23–28
Pts: Konate 16
Rebs: Kale 9
Asts: Toti 3
Pts: El-Gammal 21
Rebs: Ahmed 7
Asts: El-Gammal 3

21 August 2011
15:00
Report
Egypt  68–71  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 17–13, 16–29, 13–18
Pts: Gunady 21
Rebs: three Players 7
Asts: El-Kerdany 4
Pts: Gabriel 14
Rebs: Gabriel 11
Asts: Mettler 4

21 August 2011
20:00
Report
Cameroon  76–70  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 24–22, 20–19, 14–18
Pts: Essengué 19
Rebs: Essengué 7
Asts: five players 1
Pts: Edi 13
Rebs: Edi 7
Asts: Diabate 8

Group D

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Tunisia 3 3 0 237 145 +92 6
 Central African Republic 3 2 1 223 183 +40 5
 Rwanda 3 1 2 185 225 −40 4
 Togo 3 0 3 180 272 −92 3
18 August 2011
12:30
Report
Tunisia  103–56  Togo
Scoring by quarter: 28–11, 30–16, 25–13, 20–16
Pts: Ben Romdhane 20
Rebs: Ben Romdhane 8
Asts: Slimane 5
Pts: Williams 25
Rebs: Saibou 8
Asts: Boucari, Ayayi 2

18 August 2011
15:00
Report
Central African Republic  89–61  Rwanda
Scoring by quarter: 26–11, 26–20, 21–14, 16–16
Pts: Mays 24
Rebs: Mays 8
Asts: Mokongo 6
Pts: Bradley 10
Rebs: Thomson 7
Asts: four players 1

20 August 2011
15:00
Report
Togo  57–82  Central African Republic
Scoring by quarter: 12–22, 19–15, 17–19, 9–26
Pts: Williams 20
Rebs: Saibou 8
Asts: Boucari 4
Pts: Kouguere 24
Rebs: Kossangue 9
Asts: Mokongo 7

20 August 2011
17:30
Report
Tunisia  69–37  Rwanda
Scoring by quarter: 10–9, 17–7, 19–8, 23–13
Pts: Ben Romdhane 20
Rebs: Hadidane 8
Asts: Laghnej, Kechrid 3
Pts: Kabangu 12
Rebs: Thomson, Kabangu 6
Asts: Mugabe, Thomson 1

22 August 2011
12:30
Report
Rwanda  87–67  Togo
Scoring by quarter: 27–8, 24–10, 21–23, 15–26
Pts: Gasana 19
Rebs: Bradley 10
Asts: Gasana 9
Pts: Damtaré 12
Rebs: Diaby 6
Asts: Pinheiro 3

22 August 2011
17:30
Report
Central African Republic  52–65  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 14–12, 9–8, 16–23
Pts: Mokongo 26
Rebs: Mays 5
Asts: Mays 2
Pts: Slimane 14
Rebs: Mejri 7
Asts: El Mabrouk, Kechrid 4

Knockout stage

Championship bracket

All Times are in Local Time UTC+3

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
           
  Nigeria  84
  Chad  46  
  Nigeria  94
    Central African Republic  86  
  Central African Republic  71
  Egypt  66  
  Nigeria  68
    Angola  76  
  Cameroon  85
  Togo  52  
  Cameroon  83
    Angola  84  
  Angola  82
  Mozambique  71  
  Angola  56
    Tunisia  67
  Senegal  92
  Madagascar  75  
  Senegal  59
    Ivory Coast  75  
  Ivory Coast  80
  Rwanda  72  
  Ivory Coast  57
    Tunisia  60   Third place
  Tunisia  94
  South Africa  50  
  Tunisia  86   Nigeria  77
    Morocco  67     Ivory Coast  67
  Mali  59
  Morocco  80  

Eighth Finals

23 August 2011
12:30
Report
Nigeria  84–46  Chad
Scoring by quarter: 23–9, 22–4, 12–16, 27–17
Pts: Udoka 14
Rebs: Ugboaja 10
Asts: three players 4
Pts: Ngadi 17
Rebs: Moguena 10
Asts: three players 2

23 August 2011
15:00
Report
Cameroon  85–52  Togo
Scoring by quarter: 27–11, 25–24, 24–28, 20–18
Pts: Bitee 16
Rebs: Aboya 7
Asts: Bitee 7
Pts: Doe-Bruce 14
Rebs: Diaby 8
Asts: three players 2

23 August 2011
17:30
Report
Central African Republic  71–66  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 16–17, 19–13, 18–24
Pts: Mokongo 15
Rebs: Koundjia 17
Asts: Mokongo 4
Pts: El Einen 11
Rebs: Marei, Abdelhalim 7
Asts: Gunady 3

23 August 2011
20:00
Report
Angola  82–71  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 18–17, 25–20, 18–19
Pts: C.Morais 25
Rebs: Vander, Kikas 8
Asts: Kikas 4
Pts: Canivete 13
Rebs: Muchate 5
Asts: Mandlate, Matos 3

24 August 2011
12:30
Report
Ivory Coast  80–72  Rwanda
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 16–25, 25–18, 22–10
Pts: Edi 34
Rebs: Kone 7
Asts: Diabate 5
Pts: Gasana 30
Rebs: Bradley 9
Asts: three players 3

24 August 2011
15:00
Report
Tunisia  94–50  South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 17–13, 24–13, 27–10, 26–14
Pts: Chouaya 16
Rebs: Hadidane, Ben Romdhane 8
Asts: Laghnej 7
Pts: Marhanele 15
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: four players 1

24 August 2011
17:30
Report
Senegal  92–75  Madagascar
Scoring by quarter: 26–13, 21–19, 25–20, 20–23
Pts: Faye 19
Rebs: Coly 8
Asts: Dalmeida 6
Pts: Ramsdell 19
Rebs: Zayad 8
Asts: Rakotondrasolo 4

24 August 2011
20:00
Report
Mali  59–80  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 20–11, 8–22, 20–24, 11–14
Pts: Coulibaly 20
Rebs: Tangara 7
Asts: Sy 5
Pts: Najah, Zouita 15
Rebs: Najah 10
Asts: El Mesbahi 7

Quarterfinals

25 August 2011
12:30
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Nigeria  94–86  Central African Republic
Scoring by quarter: 28–19, 20–18, 25–20, 21–29
Pts: Obasohan 24
Rebs: Udoka 7
Asts: Udoka 8
Pts: Mays 21
Rebs: Kouguere, Mays 5
Asts: Zachée 7

25 August 2011
15:00
Report
Senegal  59–75  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 6–21, 16–20, 15–23
Pts: Faye 21
Rebs: Badiane 9
Asts: Ndoye 5
Pts: Diane 17
Rebs: Kale, Kone 12
Asts: Toti, Diabate 4

25 August 2011
17:30
Report
Tunisia  86–67  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 22–13, 22–18, 25–25
Pts: Rzig 16
Rebs: Mejri 13
Asts: Slimane 4
Pts: Khalfi 12
Rebs: Najah 7
Asts: Khalfi, Hachad 3

25 August 2011
20:00
Report
Cameroon  83–84 (OT)  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 24–24, 22–12, 13–19, 17–21Overtime: 7–8
Pts: Bayang 28
Rebs: Aboya 10
Asts: Bitee 4
Pts: C.Morais 23
Rebs: Kikas 10
Asts: Armando 4

Semifinals

27 August 2011
16:00
Report
Ivory Coast  57–60  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 14–11, 16–15, 11–12
Pts: Craven, Kone 11
Rebs: Craven 6
Asts: Diabate, Edi 2
Pts: Ben Romdhane 15
Rebs: Mejri 12
Asts: Kechrid 5

27 August 2011
18:30
Report
Nigeria  68–76  Angola
Scoring by quarter: 23–15, 14–22, 19–17, 12–22
Pts: Ugboaja 16
Rebs: Ugboaja 13
Asts: Udoka 5
Pts: Kikas, Mingas 15
Rebs: Leonel 6
Asts: Armando 8

Bronze medal game

28 August 2011
16:00
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Nigeria  77–67  Ivory Coast
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 20–10, 18–23, 19–17
Pts: Obasohan 19
Rebs: Ugboaja 10
Asts: Obasohan 5
Pts: Craven, Kone 14
Rebs: Kone 8
Asts: Diabate 7

Final

28 August 2011
18:30
Report
Angola  56–67  Tunisia
Scoring by quarter: 9–21, 20–19, 12–14, 15–13
Pts: C.Morais 17
Rebs: Armando 8
Asts: Armando, Miller 2
Pts: Kechrid 21
Rebs: Mejri 15
Asts: three players 2

5–8th place bracket

Semifinals Fifth place
26 August
  Central African Republic  20  
  Cameroon  0  
 
27 August
      Central African Republic  71
    Senegal  93
Seventh place
26 August 27 August
  Senegal  96   Cameroon  69
  Morocco  75     Morocco  67

Semifinals

26 August 2011
09:00
Central African Republic  20–0  Cameroon

26 August 2011
11:30
Report
Senegal  96–75  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 29–11, 24–22, 20–17, 23–25
Pts: Faye 32
Rebs: Badiane 16
Asts: Coly 4
Pts: Kourdou 14
Rebs: Kourdou 7
Asts: Khalfi 4

Seventh place game

27 August 2011
09:00
Report
Cameroon  69–67  Morocco
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 19–16, 19–17, 19–20
Pts: Essengué 14
Rebs: Owona 12
Asts: Bitee, Essengué 4
Pts: Najah 19
Rebs: Kourdou 6
Asts: Khalfi, Rafai 5

Fifth place game

27 August 2011
11:30
Report
Central African Republic  71–93  Senegal
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 12–26, 22–27, 21–22
Pts: Koundjia 22
Rebs: Koundjia 7
Asts: Kouloumba-Foro 3
Pts: Faye 29
Rebs: Badiane 17
Asts: Dalmeida 7

Placement games

25 August 2011
09:00
Report
Togo  62–63  Chad
Scoring by quarter: 19–22, 8–15, 20–19, 15–7
Pts: Williams 21
Rebs: Diaby 16
Asts: Boucari 5
Pts: Moguena 14
Rebs: Mbaindiguim 10
Asts: Noubaramadji 6

25 August 2011
11:30
Report
Egypt  76–66  Rwanda
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 16–15, 20–11, 21–26
Pts: El-Kerdany 19
Rebs: El-Gammal 11
Asts: El-Gammal, Okasha 3
Pts: Gasana 19
Rebs: Miller 9
Asts: Gasana 6

25 August 2011
14:00
Report
Mali  61–55  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 7–9, 23–14, 17–14, 14–18
Pts: Soumaoro 16
Rebs: Soumaoro, Tangara 10
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Muchate 14
Rebs: Muchate 7
Asts: Muchate 3

25 August 2011
16:30
Report
South Africa  61–82  Madagascar
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 14–23, 12–21, 17–25
Pts: Mettler 18
Rebs: Mothiba 15
Asts: Avenant 2
Pts: Ramsdell 22
Rebs: Ramsdell 17
Asts: Andrianjafy 6

Awards

 2011 FIBA Africa Championship Winners 

Tunisia
First title
Most Valuable Player
Tunisia Salah Mejri

All-Tournament Team

Final standings

Qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics
Qualified for the FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament
Rank Team
1  Tunisia
2  Angola
3  Nigeria
4  Ivory Coast
5  Senegal
6  Central African Republic
7  Cameroon
8  Morocco
9  Mali
10  Mozambique
11  Egypt
12  Rwanda
13  Madagascar
14  South Africa
15  Chad
16  Togo

Statistical leaders

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Moise Kore: 'The Afrobasket 2011 will be a celebration of African basketball'.. March 23, 2010
  2. ^ "26th Afrobasket: Tunisia is Africa of the court, bag olympic ticket". fiba.com. 2011-08-28. Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  3. ^ The Afrobasket 2011 escapes to Madagascar. March 20, 2010
  4. ^ CIV - FIBA Africa name Ivory Coast as host of 2011 FIBA Africa Championship for Men. March 22, 2010
  5. ^ Madagascar stepped in to host African championship[dead link]. April 26, 2011

External links

  • Official Website
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