Vlade and Peja share the trophy.
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Yugoslavia Repeats
Peja Stojakovic scored five of his 26 points in overtime as Yugoslavia successfully defended its title with an 84-77 victory over Argentina in the World Basketball Championship gold-medal game. Dejan Bodiroga scored 27 for Yugoslavia, which earned a berth in the 2004 Olympics.
Nowitzki named MVP
Germany takes the bronze
USA falls to Spain, finishes sixth
Team-by-team rosters (.pdf)
WBC official site | FIBA WBC site
USABasketball.com | U.S. stats

MULTIMEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

Saturday, Sept. 7:
Argentina 86, Germany 80: 56k | 300k
Fabricio Oberto dunk: avi | QT
Yugoslavia 89, New Zealand 78: 56k | 300k
Spain 81, USA 75: 56k | 300k
Pau Gasol jam: avi | QT
Jay Williams fast break: avi | QT

Complete highlights

RESULTS

All times Eastern | Preliminary round | Second round

Thursday, Sept. 5: Quarterfnals
RCA Dome Conseco Fieldhouse
Argentina 78, Brazil 67
New Zealand 65, Puerto Rico 63
Germany 70, Spain 62
Yugoslavia 81, United States 78

Friday, Sept. 6: Classification round
Russia 77, Angola 66
Turkey 94, China 86
Spain 105, Brazil 89
United States 84, Puerto Rico 74

Saturday, Sept. 6
Semifinals
Argentina 86, Germany 80
Yugoslavia 89, New Zealand 78
Classification round
11th-12th place: Angola 96, China 84
9th-10th place: Turkey 91, Russia 86
7th-8th place: Puerto Rico 91, Brazil 84
5th-6th place: Spain 81, United States 75

Sunday, Sept. 7
Bronze medal Gold medal
Germany 117, New Zealand 94 Yugoslavia 84, Argentina 77 (OT)

UNITED STATES


Brand

A. Davis

B. Davis

Finley

LaFrentz

Marion

A. Miller

R. Miller

O'Neal

Pierce

Wallace

Williams

PLAYER POS HT WT TEAM
Elton Brand F 6-8 265 L.A. Clippers
Antonio Davis C-F 6-9 230 Toronto
Baron Davis G 6-3 223 New Orleans
Michael Finley F/G 6-7 215 Dallas
Raef LaFrentz C/F 6-11 245 Dallas
Shawn Marion F 6-7 215 Phoenix
Andre Miller G 6-2 200 L.A. Clippers
Reggie Miller G 6-7 195 Indiana
Jermaine O'Neal C/F 6-11 242 Indiana
Paul Pierce F/G 6-6 230 Boston
Ben Wallace C/F 6-9 240 Detroit
Jay Williams G 6-2 195 Chicago

Alternate
PLAYER POS HT WT TEAM
Nick Collison F 6-9 250 Univ. of Kansas

NBA PLAYERS ON INTERNATIONAL TEAMS
ARGENTINA
Emanuel Ginobili
San Antonio
Guard
6-6, 210
Luis Scola
San Antonio
Forward
6-9, 230
CHINA
Mengke Bateer
Denver
Center
6-11, 290
Yao Ming
Houston
Center
7-5, 296
GERMANY
Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas
Forward
7-0, 245
NEW ZEALAND
Sean Marks
Miami
Forward
6-10, 250
RUSSIA
Andrei Kirilenko
Utah
Forward
6-9, 210
SPAIN
Pau Gasol
Memphis
Forward
7-0, 227
Juan Carlos Navarro
Washington
Guard
6-3, 170
TURKEY
Mehmet Okur
Detroit
Forward
6-11, 245
Hidayet Turkoglu
Sacramento
Forward
6-8, 220
VENEZUELA
Oscar Torres
Houston
Forward
6-6, 210
YUGOSLAVIA
Vlade Divac
Sacramento
Center
7-1, 260
Predrag Drobnjak
Seattle
Center
6-11, 272
Marko Jaric
L.A. Clippers
Guard
6-7, 198
Vlad Radmanovic
Seattle
Forward
6-10, 234
Predrag Stojakovic
Sacramento
Forward
6-9, 229