2007-2008 stats

France

France

Team Highlights

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2007-2008 Team records - Points

Tony Parker scores a season high 36 points for France

On September 09, 2007, Tony Parker set a season high in points in a EuroBasket game. That day he scored 36 points in France's home win against Italy, 69-62. He also had 3 rebounds, 2 assists and finished the game with a 28 efficiency.

2007-2008 Team records - Rebounds

Boris Diaw grabs a season high 10 rebounds for France

On September 09, 2007, Boris Diaw set a season high in rebounds in a EuroBasket game. That day he grabbed 10 rebounds in France's home win against Germany, 78-66. He also had 7 points, 2 assists and finished the game with a 10 efficiency.

2007-2008 Team records - Assists

Tony Parker dishes a season high 6 assists for France

On September 09, 2007, Tony Parker set a season high in assists in a EuroBasket game. That day he dished 6 assists in France's road loss against Lituanie, 88-73. He also had 11 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals and finished the game with a 15 efficiency.

2007-2008 Team records - Steals

Tariq Kirksay has a season high 3 steals for France

On September 09, 2007, Tariq Kirksay set a season high in steals in a EuroBasket game. That day he reached 3 steals in France's road loss against Lituanie, 88-73. He also had 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals and finished the game with a 1 efficiency.

2007-2008 Team records - Blocks

Ronny Turiaf blocks a season high 3 blocks for France Ronny Turiaf

On September 09, 2007, Ronny Turiaf set a season high in blocks in a EuroBasket game. That day he went for 3 blocks in France's home loss against Russie, 71-75. He also had 8 points, 7 rebounds, 1 steal and finished the game with a 11 efficiency.

2007-2008 Team records - Efficiency

Tony Parker set a season high 28 efficiency for France

On September 09, 2007, Tony Parker set a season high in efficiency in a EuroBasket game. That day he accomplished 28 efficiency in France's home win against Italy, 69-62. He also had 36 points, 3 rebounds and finished the game with a 28 efficiency.

France roster

2007-2008 season

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Pape Badiane
2m08 / 6-10
27 Years old

Boris Diaw
2m03 / 6-8
25 Years old

Yakhouba Diawara
2m00 / 6-7
25 Years old

Cedric Ferchaud
1m90 / 6-3
27 Years old

Sacha Giffa
1m97 / 6-6
30 Years old

Joseph Gomis
1m80 / 5-11
29 Years old

Aymeric Jeanneau
1m84 / 6-1
29 Years old

Tariq Kirksay
1m98 / 6-6
28 Years old

Michel Morandais
1m96 / 6-5
28 Years old

Tony Parker
1m86 / 6-1
25 Years old

Florent Pietrus
2m01 / 6-7
26 Years old

Yohann Sangare
1m93 / 6-4
24 Years old

Ronny Turiaf
2m06 / 6-9
24 Years old

Frederic Weis
2m18 / 7-2
30 Years old

France

Season Highlights

France: 2007-2008 EuroBasket season breakdown

The France won 4 of their 9 games during the 2007-2008 EuroBasket season.

They scored 73.2 points per contest and allowed 73.6 points to their opponents.

The France's largest win was a 21 points home win against Turkey on September 12, 2007 (85-64).

That night Boris Diaw scored 18 points, and Tariq Kirksay had 15.

The France's biggest loss was a 17 points home loss against Croatia on September 15, 2007 (69-86).

They were dominated by Marko Popovic (15 points) and Zoran Planinic (15 points).

Team leaders

Tony Parker led the team in scoring with 20.1 points per game.

Boris Diaw led the team in rebounding with 5.8 rebounds per game.

Tony Parker led the team in assists with 2.8 assists per game.

Tony Parker had the team's best efficiency rating with 16.8. He averaged 20.1 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.0 steals, and 0.0 blocks.

Winning streaks

The France had a season-high 2-Game winning streak.

And a season worse 3-Game losing streak.

The France's longest home winning streak lasted 3 games. And it's longest home losing streak lasted 3 games.

The France's longest road winning streak lasted 1 games. And it's longest road losing streak lasted 2 games.

France: 2007-2008 Preparation season breakdown

The France won 10 of their 10 games during the 2007-2008 Preparation season.

They scored 81.6 points per contest and allowed 0.0 points to their opponents.

The France's largest win was a 98 points home win against Belgium on August 04, 2007 (98-75).

That night Ronny Turiaf scored 19 points, and Yakhouba Diawara had 17.

The France's biggest loss was a 17 points home loss against Croatia on September 15, 2007 (69-86).

They were dominated by Marko Popovic (15 points) and Zoran Planinic (15 points).

Team leaders

Tony Parker led the team in scoring with 15.4 points per game.

Frederic Weis led the team in rebounding with 0 rebounds per game.

Frederic Weis led the team in assists with 0.0 assists per game.

Tony Parker had the team's best efficiency rating with 15.4. He averaged 15.4 points, 0 rebounds, 0.0 assists, 0.0 steals, and 0.0 blocks.

Winning streaks

The France had a season-high 10-Game winning streak.

And a season worse 0-Game losing streak.

The France's longest home winning streak lasted 7 games. And it's longest home losing streak lasted 0 games.

The France's longest road winning streak lasted 3 games. And it's longest road losing streak lasted 0 games.

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About France National Basketball Team

  • France qualified for the 2021 Olympic Basketball Tournament by winning the bronze medal at the 2019 Basketball World Cup.
  • The French men's basketball team that played in the Tokyo Olympics had 8 players with NBA experience.
  • France landed in Tokyo with 13 players in it's roster: Isaiah Cordinier made the trip in case Thomas Heurtel's injury would have prevented him to play. The final roster included 12 players only, and Cordinier flew back to France.
  • The brand name of the French men's national basketball team is "Team France Basket". It has a website presenting all the players that play for the National Team during the qualifying games, and the main tournaments.
  • At Tokyo, France played it's third straight Olympic tournament after London (2012), and Rio (2016).