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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2010 FIBA World Championship for Men 28 Aug. to
12 Sep.
Ankara, Izmir, Kayseri y Estambul
(TURKEY)
USA  Turkey  Lithuania  Luís Scola (ARG)
2006 World Championship for Men 19 Aug. to
3 Sep.
Hamamatsu, Hiroshima, Sapporo, Sendai and Saitama
(JAPAN)
Spain  Greece  USA  Ming Yao (CHN)
2002 World Championship for Men 29 Aug. to
8 Sep.
Indianapolis
(USA)
Yugoslavia  Argentina  Germany  Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
1998 World Championship for Men 29 Jul. to
9 Aug.
Athens
(GREECE)
Yugoslavia  Russia  USA  Alberto Herreros Ros (ESP)
1994 World Championship for Men 4 Aug. to
14 Aug.
Hamilton, Toronto
(CANADA)
USA  Russia  Croatia  Andrew Gaze (AUS)
1990 World Championship for Men 8 Aug. to
19 Aug.
Santa Fe, Rosario, Villa Ballester, Cordoba Salta, Buenos Aires
(ARGENTINA)
Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  USA  Oscar Schmidt (BRA)
1986 World Championship for Men 5 Jul. to
20 Jul.
Zaragoza Ferrol, Málaga Tenerife, Barcelona, Oviedo, Madrid
(SPAIN)
USA  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Nikolaos Galis (GRE)
1982 World Championship for Men 15 Aug. to
28 Aug.
Cali, Bogota, Medellin, Bucaramanga, Cucuta
(COLOMBIA)
Soviet Union  USA  Yugoslavia  Rolando Frazer (PAN)
1978 World Championship for Men 1 Oct. to
14 Oct.
Manila
(PHILIPPINES)
Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  Brazil  Kamil Brabenec (TCH)
1974 World Championship for Men 3 Jul. to
14 Jul.
San Juan, Caguas, Ponce
(PUERTO RICO)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  USA  Arturo Guerrero (MEX)
1970 World Championship for Men 10 May. to
24 May.
Ljubljana
(YUGOSLAVIA)
Yugoslavia  Brazil  Soviet Union  Pa Shin Dong (KOR)
1967 World Championship for Men 27 May. to
11 Jun.
Montevideo
(URUGUAY)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Brazil  Mieczyslaw Lopatka (POL)
1963 World Championship for Men 12 May. to
25 May.
Rio de Janeiro
(BRAZIL)
Brazil  Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  Ricardo Duarte (PER)
1959 World Championship for Men 16 Jan. to
31 Jan.
Santiago de Chile
(CHILE)
Brazil  USA  Chile  James T.L.Chen (FOR)
1954 World Championship for Men 22 Oct. to
5 Nov.
Rio de Janeiro
(BRAZIL)
USA  Brazil  Philippines  Oscar Aldo Moglia (URU)
1950 World Championship for Men 22 Oct. to
4 Nov.
Buenos Aires
(ARGENTINA)
Argentina  USA  Chile  Alvaro Salvadores Salvi (ESP)