Basketball
Men: European Championships 2011 in Lithuania
Final:

Sunday, September 18
Spain * - France 98-85 (at Kaunas)

3rd Place:

Sunday, September 18
Russia * - Macedonia 72-68 (at Kaunas)

Semifinals:

Friday, September 16
France * - Russia 79-71 (at Kaunas)
Spain * - Macedonia 92-80 (at Kaunas)

Quarterfinals:

Thursday, September 15
France * - Greece 64-56 (at Kaunas)
Russia * - Serbia 77-67 (at Kaunas)

Wednesday, September 14
Macedonia * - Lithuania 67-65 (at Kaunas)
Spain * - Slovenia 86-64 (at Kaunas)

2nd Round:

Final Standings:

Group E:
1. Spain * 4-1
2. France * 4-1
3. Lithuania * 3-2
4. Serbia * 2-3
5. Germany 1-4
6. Turkey 1-4
Group F:
1. Russia * 5-0
2. Macedonia * 4-1
3. Greece * 3-2
4. Slovenia * 2-3
5. Finland 1-4
6. Georgia 0-5

Monday, September 12
Greece - Georgia 73-60 (at Vilnius)
Russia - Macedonia 63-61 (at Vilnius)
Slovenia - Finland 67-60 (at Vilnius)

Sunday, September 11
Lithuania - Germany 84-75 (at Vilnius)
Serbia - Turkey 68-67 (at Vilnius)
Spain - France 96-69 (at Vilnius)

Saturday, September 10
Finland - Georgia 87-73 (at Vilnius)
Macedonia - Slovenia 68-59 (at Vilnius)
Russia - Greece 83-67 (at Vilnius)

Friday, September 9
France - Lithuania 73-67 (at Vilnius)
Germany - Turkey 73-67 (at Vilnius)
Spain - Serbia 84-59 (at Vilnius)

Thursday, September 8
Greece - Slovenia 69-60 (at Vilnius)
Macedonia - Georgia 65-63 (at Vilnius)
Russia - Finland 79-60 (at Vilnius)

Wednesday, September 7
France - Turkey 68-64 (at Vilnius)
Lithuania - Serbia 100-90 (at Vilnius)
Spain - Germany 77-68 (at Vilnius)

1st Round:

Final Standings:

Group A:
1. Spain * 4-1
2. Lithuania * 4-1
3. Turkey * 3-2
4. Great Britain 2-3
5. Poland 2-3
6. Portugal 0-5

Group B:
1. France * 5-0
2. Serbia * 4-1
3. Germany * 3-2
4. Israel 2-3
5. Italy 1-4
6. Latvia 0-5
Group C:
1. Macedonia * 4-1
2. Greece * 4-1
3. Finland * 2-3
4. Croatia 2-3
5. Bosnia & Herzegovina 2-3
6. Montenegro 1-4

Group D
1. Russia * 5-0
2. Slovenia * 4-1
3. Georgia * 2-3
4. Bulgaria 2-3
5. Ukraine 2-3
6. Belgium 0-5

Monday, September 5
Bulgaria - Georgia 79-69 (at Klaipeda)
Finland - Montenegro 71-65 (at Alytus)
France - Serbia 97-96 (at Siauliai)
Germany - Latvia 81-80 (at Siauliai)
Great Britain - Poland 88-81 (at Panevezys)
Greece - Croatia 74-69 (at Alytus)
Israel - Italy 96-95 (at Siauliai)
Lithuania - Portugal 98-69 (at Panevezys)
Macedonia - Bosnia & Herzegovina 75-63 (at Alytus)
Russia - Slovenia 65-64 (at Klaipeda)
Turkey - Spain 65-57 (at Panevezys)
Ukraine - Belgium 74-61 (at Klaipeda)

Sunday, September 4
Bosnia & Herzegovina - Croatia 92-80 (at Alytus)
France - Italy 91-84 (at Siauliai)
Georgia - Ukraine 69-53 (at Klaipeda)
Great Britain - Portugal 85-73 (at Panevezys)
Greece - Montenegro 71-55 (at Alytus)
Israel - Latvia 91-88 (at Siauliai)
Macedonia - Finland 72-70 (at Alytus)
Poland - Turkey 84-83 (at Panevezys)
Russia - Bulgaria 89-77 (at Klaipeda)
Serbia - Germany 75-64 (at Siauliai)
Slovenia - Belgium 70-61 (at Klaipeda)
Spain - Lithuania 91-79 (at Panevezys)

Saturday, September 3
Croatia - Montenegro 87-81 (at Alytus)
Finland - Bosnia & Herzegovina 92-64 (at Alytus)
Macedonia - Greece 72-58 (at Alytus)
Russia - Belgium 79-58 (at Klaipeda)
Slovenia - Georgia 87-75 (at Klaipeda)
Ukraine - Bulgaria 67-56 (at Klaipeda)

Friday, September 2
France - Germany 76-65 (at Siauliai)
Italy - Latvia 71-62 (at Siauliai)
Lithuania - Turkey 75-68 (at Panevezys)
Poland - Portugal 81-73 (at Panevezys)
Serbia - Israel 89-80 (at Siauliai)
Spain - Great Britain 86-69 (at Panevezys)

Thursday, September 1
Bosnia & Herzegovina - Montenegro 94-86 (at Alytus)
Bulgaria - Belgium 68-65 (at Klaipeda)
France - Israel 85-68 (at Siauliai)
Germany - Italy 76-62 (at Siauliai)
Greece - Finland 81-61 (at Alytus)
Lithuania - Poland 97-77 (at Panevezys)
Macedonia - Croatia 78-76 (at Alytus)
Russia - Georgia 65-58 (at Klaipeda)
Serbia - Latvia 92-77 (at Siauliai)
Slovenia - Ukraine 68-64 (at Klaipeda)
Spain - Portugal 87-73 (at Panevezys)
Turkey - Great Britain 90-61 (at Panevezys)

Wednesday, August 31
Croatia - Finland 84-79 (at Alytus)
France - Latvia 89-78 (at Siauliai)
Georgia - Belgium 81-59 (at Klaipeda)
Germany - Israel 91-64 (at Siauliai)
Greece - Bosnia & Herzegovina 76-67 (at Alytus)
Lithuania - Great Britain 80-69 (at Panevezys)
Montenegro - Macedonia 70-65 (at Alytus)
Russia - Ukraine 73-64 (at Klaipeda)
Spain - Poland 83-78 (at Panevezys)
Serbia - Italy 80-68 (at Siauliai)
Slovenia - Bulgaria 67-59 (at Klaipeda)
Turkey - Portugal 79-56 (at Panevezys)