Macedonia national basketball team
The Macedonian national basketball team represents the Republic of Macedonia to the men in basketball internationals. She could so far for four European Championships (1999, 2009, 2011 and 2013 ) qualify, which in 2011 succeeded to the 4th place of the biggest success so far. In international tournaments, the Republic of Macedonia appears under the provisional name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, FYROM abbreviated to.
Stars of the early years were point guard Petar Naumoski and shooting guard Vrbica Stefanov, who led the team to the European Championship participation 1999. For Macedonia played in the past few years with Kenyon Jones, Ryan Stack, Mike Wilkinson, Jeremiah Massey, the former NBA player Darius Washington, Marques Green and Bo McCalebb many naturalized Americans.
Performance in international tournaments
Olympic Summer Games
Basketball World Championship
European Basketball Championships
References and Notes
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