Spain will enter the 2012 Olympics with their sights set on the one trophy missing from the cabinet after winning a second Eurobasket crown.
Spain won their second successive European basketball championship after beating France 98-85 in a spectacular final in the Zhalgiris Arena.
Holders Spain and France advanced to the European basketball championship final, and qualified for next year's Olympics.
Holders Spain and surprise package Macedonia advanced to the Eurobasket semi-finals in contrasting fashion.
Russia stretched their perfect record at Eurobasket to eight games with a dramatic 63-61 win against Macedonia.
Round-up: Russia stretched their unbeaten European Championship record to seven wins with an impressive 83-67 victory over Greece.
Round-up: Holders Spain crushed Serbia 84-59 to ease into the quarter-finals of Eurobasket in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Russia dedicated their 79-60 win over Finland at the Eurobasket to the vicitms of an air crash that wiped out a hockey team.
Macedonia celebrated independence day by qualifying for the Eurobasket quarter-finals for the first time with a 65-63 win over Georgia.
Round-up: Joel Freeland inspired Great Britain to a narrow 88-81 victory over Poland but they are still out of Eurobasket.
Great Britain claimed their first-ever EuroBasket finals victory with a commanding 85-73 win over Portugal.
Holders Spain booked a second stage berth in the European Championship and stated their title credentials with a 91-79 win over Lithuania.
Russia and France marched confidently into the European basketball championship semi-finals after strong defensive performances.
Round-up: Macedonia produced their second successive shock of the European Championship with an emotional 72-58 win over Greece.
Dark horse France made it three straight wins after an effervescent performance by Tony Parker lifted them to a 76-65 victory over Germany.
World silver medallists Turkey proved too strong for Great Britain as they slumped to heavy defeat at EuroBasket.