| Andrew Gaze (23.87)|
| Stojko Vranković (9.3)|
4 Aug 1994 – 14 Aug 1994
| Marcelo Milanesio (6.87)|
United States men's national basketball team
1990 FIBA World Championship, 1998 FIBA World Championship, 1986 FIBA World Championship, 1970 FIBA World Championship, 1978 FIBA World Championship
The 1994 FIBA World Championship was an international basketball competition hosted by Canada from August 4 to August 14, 1994. The tournament was held at SkyDome and Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto as well as at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton. The hosting duties were originally awarded to Belgrade, Yugoslavia, but after United Nations imposed a trade embargo on the Balkan country, Toronto stepped in as a replacement option in 1992.
The 1994 FIBA World Championship was the first time that the FIBA World Championship (now called FIBA World Cup) allowed current American NBA players that had already played in an official NBA regular season game to participate.
The tournament was won by the United States's Dream Team II, who beat Russia 137–91 in the Final. The United States finished with a perfect 8–0 record (8 wins and 0 losses). The bronze medal was won by Croatia who beat Greece 78–60 in the bronze-medal game.
1994 FIBA World Championship Wikipedia
Three stadia were used during the tournament:
The following national teams competed:
* North Korea withdrew from the tournament, South Korea replaced them.
The top two teams from each group remain in medal contention.
The top two finishers from Groups I and II advance to the final round. Sergei Bazarevich
Shaquille O'Neal — MVP
- Andrew Gaze 23.9
- Dino Rađa 22.4
- Arijan Komazec 19.4
- Hur Jae 19.4
- Paolo de Almeida 19.4
- Moon Kyung-Eun 19
- Richard Matienzo 18.8
- Shaquille O'Neal 18
- Marcelo Nicola 17.7
- Reggie Miller 17.1