Official Basketball results from the Beijing 2008 Olympics. Full list of gold, silver and bronze medallists as well as photos and videos of medal-winning moments.
Basketball at the 2008 Summer Olympics was the seventeenth appearance of the sport of basketball as an official Olympic medal event. It was held from 9 August to 24 August 2008. Competitions were held at the Wukesong Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.
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Basketball at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament. The men's basketball tournament at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, began on 10 August and ended on 24 August, when the United States defeated Spain 118–107 for the gold medal. All games were held at the Wukesong Indoor Stadium .
The FIBA Basketball World Cup is taking place in China right now - reason enough to throw it back to the Summer Olympics 2008 in Bejing, where the all-time ...
Here you have information about the performance of the USA Basketball team in the 2008 Olympic Games, including roster, all the games played, standings and some basic stats. A group of young superstars led by veterans Kobe Bryant and Jason Kidd and coached by Mike Krzyzewski repositioned the United States as the best National Team in the world, condition lost in the 2002 World Championships played in Indianapolis.
Basketball news, videos, live streams, schedule, results, medals and more from the 2021 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The 2008 USA men's basketball team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics was named due to the United States' inability to take the gold medal in the 2004 Olympics and the 2006 World Cup. With Kobe Bryant ...
China was the host nation of the 2008 Summer Olympics. China was represented by the Chinese Olympic Committee (COC), and the team of selected athletes were officially known as Team China. As the host country, China had a total of 639 athletes qualified for places on the national team, being the largest in its Olympic history.