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Year by Year Final Standings
Complete final positions since 1950

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FIBA Basketball World Cup:
Year by Year Finals Standings.
Complete final positions since 1950.

The Basketball World Championship or Basketball World Cup was created by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). It is held every four years between Olympic Games and was first held in Argentina in 1950. Until 2002, the top sixteen national basketball teams were part of every World Cup, but beginning in Japan 2006, the number of participating nations was increased to 24. In 2010 the tournament was held in Turkey

Year by year Basketball World Cup Final Standings:

1950 - I - Buenos Aires (Argentina)   1954 - II - Río Janeiro (Brazil)
October 22 to November 3, 1950   October 22 to November 5, 1954
1. Argentina   1. United States
2. United States   2. Brazil
3. Chile   3. Philippines
4. Brazil   4. France
5. Egypt   5. Formosa (current Taiwan)
6. France   6. Uruguay
7. Peru   7. Canada
8. Ecuador   8. Israel
9. Spain   9. Paraguay
10. Yugoslavia   10. Chile
  11. Yugoslavia
  12. Peru
1959 - III - Santiago (Chile)   1963 - V - Río Janeiro (Brazil)
January 16 to 31, 1959   May 12 to 25, 1963
1. Brazil   1. Brazil
2. United States   2. Yugoslavia
3. Chile   3. USSR
4. Formosa (current Taiwan)   4. United States
5. Puerto Rico   5. France
6. USSR   6. Puerto Rico
7. Bulgary   7. Italy
8. Philippines   8. Argentina
9. Uruguay   9. Mexico
10. Argentina   10. Uruguay
11. Egypt   11. Canada
12. Canada   12. Peru
13. Mexico   13. Japan
1967 - V - Montevideo (Uruguay)   1970 - VI - Liubliana (Yugoslavia)
May 27 to June 11, 1967   May 10 to 24, 1970
1. USSR   1. Yugoslavia
2. Yugoslavia   2. Brazil
3. Brazil   3. USSR
4. United States   4. Italy
5. Poland   5. United States
6. Uruguay   6. Czechoslovakia
7. Argentina   7. Uruguay
8. Mexico   8. Cuba
9. Italy   9. Panama
10. Peru   10. Canada
11. Japan   11. Korea
12. Puerto Rico   12. Australia
13. Paraguay   13. Egypt
1974 - VII - San Juan (Puerto Rico)   1978 - VIII - Manila (Philippines)
July 15 to 30, 1974   October 1 to 14, 1978
1. USSR   1. Yugoslavia
2. Yugoslavia   2. USSR
3. United States   3. Brazil
4. Cuba   4. Italy
5. Spain   5. United States
6. Brazil   6. Canada
7. Puerto Rico   7. Australia
8. Canada   8. Philippines
9. Mexico   9. Czechoslovakia
10. Czechoslovakia   10. Puerto Rico
11. Argentina   11. China
12. Australia   12. Dominican Republic
13. Philippines   13. Korea
14. Central African Republic   14. Senegal
1982 - IX - Cali (Colombia)   1986 - X - Madrid (Spain)
April 15 to 28, 1982   July 5 to 20, 1986
1. USSR   1. United States
2. United States   2. USSR
3. Yugoslavia   3. Yugoslavia
4. Spain   4. Brazil
5. Australia   5. Spain
6. Canada   6. Italy
7. Colombia   7. Israel
8. Brazil   8. Canada
9. Panama   9. China
10. Czechoslovakia   10. Greece
11. Uruguay   11. Cuba
12. China   12. Argentina
13. Ivory Coast   13. Angola
14. Australia    
15. Ivory Coast    
16. Germany    
17. France    
18. Korea    
19. Malaysia    
20. Holland    
21. New Zealand    
22. Panama    
23. Puerto Rico    
24. Uruguay
1990 - XI - Buenos Aires (Argentina)   1994 - XII - Toronto (Canada)
August 8 to 20, 1990   August 4 to 14, 1994
1. Yugoslavia   1. United States
2. USSR   2. Russia
3. United States   3. Croatia
4. Puerto Rico   4. Greece
5. Brazil   5. Australia
6. Greece   6. Puerto Rico
7. Australia   7. Canada
8. Argentina .   8. China
9. Italy   9. Argentina
10. Spain   10. Spain
11. Venezuela   11. Brazil
12. Canada   12. Germany
13. Angola   13. Korea
14. China   14. Egypt
15. South Korea   15. Cuba
16. Egypt   16. Angola
1998 - XIII - Atenas (Greece)   2002 - XIV - Indianapolis (United States)
July 29 to August 9, 1998   August 29 to September 8, 2002
1. Yugoslavia   1. Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)
2. Russia   2. Argentina
3. United States   3. Germany
4. Greece   4. New Zealand
5. Spain   5. Spain
6. Italy   6. United States
7. Lithuania   7. Puerto Rico
8. Argentina   8. Brazil
9. Australia   9. Turkey
10. Brazil   10. Russia
11. Puerto Rico   11. Angola
12. Canada   12. China
13. Nigeria   13. Canada
14. Japan   14. Venezuela
15. Senegal   15. Algeria
16. Korea   16. Lebanon.
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