1982 FIBA World Championship
The 9th World Basketball Championship was held from 15 to 28 August 1982 in Colombia with 12 participating states instead.
- 4.1 3rd place match
- 4.2 final
In the preliminary round of four teams played in three groups against each other. The winner of the match was awarded two points, the loser one point. Stand a game at the end of regulation time draw, so there was extension.
The draw gave the following groups:
- People's Republic of China People's Republic of China
- Panama Panama
- United States United States
- Canada Canada
- Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
- Uruguay Uruguay
- Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Group A - Bogotá
Group B - Medellín
Group C - Bucaramanga
Classification Round - Cucuta
After the preliminary round, the third - and fourth-placed each group played in the classification round for places 8 to 13
Results of meetings, which were held in the first round over. Case of a tie in the final table certain direct comparison of the teams on the placement. Thereby found no decision instead, the goal average of the games among themselves was crucial.
Final Round - Cali
After the preliminary competition, qualified the first two teams in each group for the final round. Host Colombia was directly qualified for the final round.
In the final round came together all the qualified teams. Results of meetings, which were held in the first round over. The first two of the final table played in the final for the gold medal, the third and viertplatzieren teams played in the 3rd place match for the bronze medal. Case of a tie in the final table certain direct comparison of the teams on the placement.
3rd Place Match
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