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August 2016
14 Florian Leopold (FRA)
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U16 Men's Games: Thursday 18 August

RADOM (FIBA U16 European Championship 2016) - The Quarter-Finals take centre stage as the finish line draws nearer, while the remaining eight teams hope to make sure of their place in Division A next year.

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Croatia v France

How much is left in the tank for Croatia after a dramatic double-overtime thriller on Tuesday? France were improved in their win over Greece and will take confidence into this Last Eight encounter.

Italy v Lithuania

Lithuania have looked strong in Radom and are unbeaten in four games so far. The Italians are 2-2 in the competition but produced an impressive display to take down Germany in the last round.

Turkey v Finland

Barring a below-par performance against Germany, Turkey have shown they are capable of a top-3 finish. In order to advance, they will need to inflict a first loss on Finland who keep finding a way to win.

Spain v Montenegro

The final Last Eight clash of the day pits unbeaten Spain up against Montenegro. Usman Garuba continues to leave onlookers in disbelief, while Montenegro will be buoyed on from their win against Serbia.


Sweden v Greece

After their heroic effort in the Round of 16 fell short, Sweden must re-group in a bid to retain their Division A status as they take on Greece, who know all about survival. Last year, they finished 13th but won’t want to make things as difficult again.

Germany v Estonia

After such an impressive win against Turkey, it was a difficult defeat to take against Italy, but Germany will need to re-focus in order to avoid becoming Estonia's first victim of the competition.

Poland v Serbia

The hosts’ search for a first win continues against Serbia, who are in unfamiliar territory having last not made the Quarter-Finals in 2011. Poland kept pace with Spain for most of the first half, but ultimately fell quite a way short.

Latvia v Bosnia

From champions to relegation candidates. Bosnia and Herzegovina will want to avoid making history again and victory over Latvia will help them do so. Latvia have lost three in a row and need to stop the slide.