Basketball Without Borders 2001

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Zan Tabak
Zan Tabak and members of the Pacers after the title game.
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The Pacers, coached by Zan Tabak, upset the Kings 50-48 to win the Basketball Without Borders title game. Prizes were given to all players after the final, and NBA players congratulated the participants for their role in the historic camp, which united 50 kids from the former Yugoslavia.
Day 1: Recap | Quotes

Players Conduct Kids' Hoops Clinic
Growing up in Croatia, 14-year-old basketball prospect Arsen Solic had never met a Yugoslavian or Bosnian. Now he can count several as friends, bunkmates and teammates. And the opportunity was all due to Basketball Without Borders in which Sacramento's Vlade Divac and Atlanta's Toni Kukoc led a group of nine NBA players who conducted a basketball camp in Italy for children from the former Yugoslavia.