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USA Men's World Championship -- All-Time Results & Standings

  • Date:
    Nov 6, 2014

Men's FIBA World Championships Summary of Finishes


Gold Silver Bronze
United States 5 3 4
Yugoslavia 5 3 2
Soviet Union 3 3 2
Brazil 2 2 2
Argentina 1 1 0
Spain 1 0 0
Russia 0 2 0
Greece 0 1 0
Serbia 0 1 0
Turkey 0 1 0
Chile 0 0 2
Croatia 0 0 1
France 0 0 1
Germany 0 0 1
Lithuania 0 0 1
Philippines 0 0 1

*In 1998 Yugoslavia included only Montenegro and Serbia

Men's World Championships Year-by-Year Final Standings

   1950   1954   1959   1963   1967   1970   1974   1978   1982   1986   1990
1. ARG USA BRA BRA URS YUG URS YUG URS USA YUG
2. USA BRA USA YUG YUG BRA YUG URS USA URS URS
3. CHI PHI CHI URS BRA URS USA BRA YUG YUG USA
4. BRA FRA FOR USA USA ITA CUB ITA ESP BRA PUR
5. EGY FOR PUR FRA POL USA ESP USA AUS ESP BRA
6. FRA URU URS PUR ARG CZK BRA CAN CAN ITA GRE
7. PER CAN BUL ITA URU URU PUR AUS
COL
ISR
AUS
8. ECU ISR PHI ARG MEX CUB CAN PHI BRA CAN ARG
9. ESP PAR URU MEX ITA PAN MEX CZK PAN CHN ITA
10. YUG CHI ARG URU PER CAN CZK PUR CZK GRE ESP
11.   YUG EGY CAN JPN KOR ARG CHN URU CUB VEN
12.   PER CAN PER PUR AUS AUS DOM CHN ARG CAN
13.     MEX JPN PAR EGY PHI KOR CIV AUS* ANG
14.             CAF SEN   ANG* CHN
                    CIV* KOR
                    FRA* EGY
                    FRG*  
                    KOR*  
                    MAS*  
                    NED*  
                    NZL*  
                    URU*  
                    PAN*  
                    PUR*  


 1994   1998   2002   2006   2010   2014 
1. USA YUG YUG ESP USA USA
2. RUS RUS
ARG
GRE
TUR
SRB
3. CRO USA GER USA LTU FRA
4. GRE GRE NZL ARG SRB LTH
5. AUS ESP ESP FRA ARG ESP
6. PUR ITA USA TUR ESP BRA
7.
CAN
LIT
PUR
LTU
RUS
SLO
8. CHN ARG BRA GER SLO TUR
9. ARG AUS TUR ANG# BRA GRE
10. ESP BRA RUS AUS# AUS CRO
11. BRA PUR ANG CHN# GRE ARG
12. GER CAN CHN ITA# NZL AUS
13. KOR NGR CAN NZL# FRA DOM
14. EGY JPN VEN NIG# CRO MEX
15. CUB SEN ALG SCG# ANG NZL
16. ANG KOR LIB SLO# CHN SEN
17.       BRA^ GER ANG
18.       JPN^ PUR UKR
19.       LIB^ IRI PUR
20.       PUR^ LIB IRI
21.       PAN+ CIV PHI
22.       QAT+ CAN FIN
23.       SEN+ JOR KOR
24.  
 
 
VEN+
TUN
EGY

*Teams did not qualify for final rounds and were not ranked.
#Teams finished tied for ninth.
^Teams finished tied for 17th.
+Teams finished tied for 21st.

LEGEND: ALG-Algeria; ANG-Angola; ARG-Argentina; AUS-Australia; BRA-Brazil; BUL-Bulgaria; CAF-Central Africa Republic; CAN-Canada; CHI-Chile; CHN-China; CIV-Ivory Coast; COL-Colombia; CRO-Crotatia; CUB-Cuba; CZK-Czechoslovakia; DOM-Dominican Republic; ECU-Ecuador; EGY-Egypt; ESP-Spain; FIN-Finland; FOR-Formosa; FRA-France; FRG-Federal Republic of Germany; GER-Germany; GRE-Greece; IRI-Iranl ISR-Israel; ITA-Italy; JPN-Japan; KOR-South Korea; LIB-Lebanon; LTU-Lithuania; JOR-Jordan; MAS-Malaysia; MEX-Mexico; NED-Netherlands; NGR-Nigeria; NZL-New Zealand; PAN-Panama; PAR-Paraguay; PER-Peru; PHI-Philippines; POL-Poland; PUR-Puerto Rico; QAT-Qatar; RUS-Russia; SRB-Serbia; SEN-Senegal; SCG-Serbia & Montenegro; SLO-Slovenia; TUN-Tunisia; TUR-Turkey; URS-Soviet Union; URU-Uruguay; USA-United States of America; VEN-Venezuela; YUG-Yugoslavia.

USA Men's All-time World Championships Results
(Won 123, Lost 27)

Algeria (1-0)
  100- 60 2002
Angola (1-0)
  121- 66 2010
Argentina (7-3)
  96- 81 2006
  80- 87 2002
  87- 74 1998
  104-100 1990
  70- 74 1986
  109- 86 1974
  76- 66 1967
  81- 51 1963
  87- 73 1959
  50- 64 1950
Australia (7-0)
  113- 73 2006
  96- 78 1998
  130- 74 1994
  79- 78 1990
  110- 86 1982
  77- 75 1978
  99- 62 1970
Brazil (7-5)
  70- 68 2010
  83- 59 1998
  105- 82 1994
  96- 80 1986
  90- 92 1978
  103- 83 1974
  65- 69 1970
  71- 80 1967
  81- 85 1963
  67- 81 1959
  62- 41 1954
  45- 42 1950
Bulgaria (1-0)
  63- 58 1959
Canada (7-0)
  77- 65 1986
  71- 69 1982
  96- 94 1978
  96- 90 1978
  115- 94 1974
  84- 50 1954
  59- 37 1954
Chile (3-0)
  64- 55 1959
  44- 29 1950
  37- 33 1950
China (5-0)
  121- 90 2006
  84- 65 2002
  132- 77 1994
  107- 81 1986
  96- 73 1982
Colombia (1-0)
  100- 83 1982
Croatia (1-0)
106- 78 2010
Cuba (2-0)
  83- 70 1974
  74- 53 1970
Czechoslovakia (3-0)
  96- 79 1978
  88- 60 1970
  99- 86 1970
Dominican Republic (2-0)
  106- 71 2014
  104- 65 1978
Egypt (1-0)
  34- 32 1950
Federal Republic of Germany (1-0)
  81-68 1986
Finland (1-0)
  114- 55 2014
Formosa (3-0)
  85- 69 1959
  81- 73 1959
  72- 28 1954
France (3-0)
  81- 61 1963
  70- 49 1954
  48- 33 1950
Germany (2-0)
  85- 65 2006
  104- 87 2002
Greece (3-1)
  95-101 2006
  84- 61 1998
  97- 58 1994
  103- 95* 1990
Iran (1-0)
  88- 51 2010
Israel (1-0)
  74- 30 1954
Italy (6-2)
  94- 85 2006
  80- 77 1998
  86- 64 1986
  80- 81 1978
  64- 66 1970
  67- 56 1967
  101- 73 1963
  87- 77 1963
Ivory Coast (1-0)
  99- 63 1986
Lithuania (2-1)
  96- 78 2014
  89- 74 2010
  82- 84 1998
Mexico (3-0)
  86- 63 2014
  75- 65 1967
  88- 74 1963
New Zealand (2-0)
  98- 71 2014
  110- 62 2002
Panama (1-0)
  100- 79 1982
Peru (1-0)
  73- 49 1954
Philippines (3-0)
  100- 70 1978
  135- 85 1974
  56- 43 1954
Poland (1-0)
  91- 61 1967
Puerto Rico (8-1)
  111-100 2006
  84- 74 2002
  134- 83 1994
  107-105* 1990
  79- 81 1990
  73- 72 1986
  94- 76 1974
  88- 64 1963
  54- 53 1959
Russia (4-1)
  89- 79 2010
  106- 82 2002
  64- 66 1998
  137- 91 1994
  111- 94 1994
Senegal (1-0)
  103- 58 2006
Serbia (1-0)
  129- 92 2014
Slovenia (3-0)
  119- 76 2014
  99- 77 2010
  114- 95 2006
South Korea (2-0)
  88- 62 1998
  146- 67 1990
Soviet Union (4-5)
  87- 85 1986
  94- 95 1982
  99- 93 1982
  76- 97 1978
  94-105 1974
  75- 72 1970
  59- 58 1967
  74- 75 1963
  37- 62 1959
Spain (4-2)
  76- 81 2002
  75- 73 1998
  115-100 1994
  95- 85 1990
  99- 109 1982
  114- 71 1974
Tunisia (1-0)
  92- 57 2010
Turkey (2-0)
  98-77 2014
  81- 64 2010
Ukraine (1-0)
  95- 71 2014
United Arab Republic (1-0)
  103- 58 1959
Uruguay (3-0)
  76- 39 1970
  88- 53 1967
  64- 59 1954
Yugoslavia (4-6)
  78- 81 2002
  91- 99 1990
  69- 60 1986
  88- 81 1982
  93- 100 1978
  91- 88 1974
  63- 70 1970
  72- 73 1967
  76- 71 1967
  73- 75 1963

*Overtime

 

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