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|FIBA Ranking||22 10|
|FIBA Zone||FIBA Africa|
|National Federation||Tunisia Basketball Federation|
|Summer Olympic Games|
|FIBA World Cup|
|FIBA Africa Championship|
|Medals|| Gold: 2011
Bronze: 1970, 1974, 2009
The Tunisian national basketball team is the national basketball team of Tunisia. To date, they have 19 appearances at the FIBA Africa Championship, ranking them behind only traditional African powers Senegal, Côte d'Ivoire, and Egypt, in total appearances.
In 2011, they won their first ever FIBA Africa Championship, after beating Angola in the final. Their previous best finish was at the FIBA Africa Championship 1965, when they won the silver medal as the host country. They also won a bronze medal at the FIBA Africa Championship 1970 and FIBA Africa Championship 1974.
Although the Tunisians never finished worse than eighth in any of their succeeding appearances, they were not able to break onto the podium again until a surprise bronze medal run at the FIBA Africa Championship 2009. Led by All-Tournament First Team forward Amine Rzig, the Tunisians went 4–2 in the preliminary rounds, winning three games by two points or less. They reached the semifinals for only the second time since 1974, by another slim margin – this time a one point victory over Mali. Although they were defeated by Angola in the semifinals, the Tunisians topped Cameroon in the bronze medal game, to claim Africa's third and final automatic berth in the 2010 FIBA World Championship – its first ever FIBA World Cup berth. The Tunisians struggled to compete in the World Championship, losing all five of their games, and finishing last in Group B, and 24th overall.
|FIBA Africa Championship|
|Appearances : 20|
|1962||Did not participate||1987||5th Place||2013||9th Place|
|1964||4th Place||1989||8th Place|
|1965||Runners Up||1992||7th Place|
|1968||Did not participate||1993||8th Place|
|1970||Third Place||1995||did not participate|
|1974||Third Place||1999||5th Place|
|1975||5th Place||2001||4th Place|
|1978||did not participate||2003||6th Place|
|1981||6th Place||2007||6th Place|
|1983||Did not participate||2009||Third Place|
This is the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship roster.
|Tunisia men's national basketball team roster|