1964 FIBA Africa Championship

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1964 FIBA Africa Championship
Tournament details
Host country Morocco
Dates 4–8 March
Teams 6
Venue(s) 1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Morocco (1st title)
1962
1965

The FIBA Africa Championship 1964 was the second FIBA Africa Championship regional basketball championship held by FIBA Africa, which also served as Africa qualifier for the 1964 Summer Olympics, giving a berth to champion. It was held in Morocco between 4 March and 8 March 1964. Six national teams entered the event under the auspices of FIBA Africa, the sport's regional governing body. The city of Casablanca hosted the tournament. Morocco won the title after finishing in first place of the round robin group.

Results[edit | edit source]

All six teams competed in a round robin group that defined the final standings. Morocco qualified for the 1964 Summer Olympics as winner of the tournament.

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Morocco 5 5 0 359 273 +86 10
 United Arab Republic 5 4 1 393 242 +151 9
 Tunisia 5 3 2 302 303 −1 8
 Senegal 5 2 3 278 333 −55 7
 Mali 5 1 4 306 361 −55 6
 Palestine 5 0 5 222 348 −126 5
Mali  53–95  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 25–41, 28–54


Tunisia  56–51  Palestine
Scoring by half: 24–18, 32–33


Morocco  61–54  Senegal
Scoring by half: 28–25, 33–29


Palestine  53–71  Mali
Scoring by half: 24–34, 29–37


Morocco  60–55  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 31–25, 29–30


United Arab Republic  84–37  Senegal
Scoring by half: 37–16, 45–21


Palestine  45–99  Morocco
Scoring by half: 12–43, 33–56


Senegal  71–66  Mali
Scoring by half: 47–33, 24–33


Tunisia  52–69  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 24–29, 28–40


United Arab Republic  80–35  Palestine
Scoring by half: 38–20, 42–15


Mali  54–74  Morocco
Scoring by half: 30–25, 24–49


Senegal  62–71  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 24–29, 38–42


Palestine  51–54  Senegal
Scoring by half: 24–29, 27–25


Mali  61–67  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 35–32, 26–35


Morocco  65–64  United Arab Republic
Scoring by half: 34–29, 31–35


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