8.2 Youngest. 9 Game score records. 9.1 Biggest game score. 9.2 Lowest game score. 9.3 Biggest margin. 10 Top scorers in a single game. 11 Players with the most tournaments and games played. 12 Top medalists. 13 Players with the most total medals won.
3. France. Spain wrote another successful chapter in their famous basketball history by winning the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 in China. Led by tournament MVP Ricky Rubio, Spain beat Australia in a double-overtime thriller to reach the Final and then romped past Argentina, 95-75, in the title game.
The FIBA Basketball World Cup, also known as the FIBA World Cup of Basketball or simply the FIBA World Cup, between 1950 and 2010 known as the FIBA World Championship, is an international basketball competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the members of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), the sport's global governing body.
Spain reigned at the FIBA Basketball World Cup in Japan in the biggest and most competitive international basketball event ever staged. With the field increased from 16 to 24 teams, six European sides reached the last eight with Spain ultimately triumphing over Greece to capture the gold medal.
The Basketball World Championship or Basketball World Cup was created by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). It is held every four years between Olympic Games and was first held in Argentina in 1950. Until 2002, the top sixteen national basketball teams were part of every World Cup, but in Japan 2006 the number of participating ...
Basketball World Cups: All-Time Medal Table A table that shows which National Teams won the most World Cup Medals including all the winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze and a complete list of teams that played in at least one FIBA World Championship.
There was also a slice of history for Spain as well, making the last step of the podium for the first time. SAO PAULO - BRAZIL. 1. Australia 2. Russia 3. USA. What happened in Sao Paolo still remains one of the most talked about tournaments in women’s basketball history as Australia clinched their maiden title with a dazzling 9-0 unbeaten run.
J. Barea of Puerto Rico, led the 2014 FIBA World Cup in points per game, with a scoring average of 22.0 points per game. At the same event, Pau Gasol of Spain was the leader in total points scored, with 140 points.