Turkey qualified for EuroBasket 2022 after the Netherlands defeated Croatia 65-57 in Group D qualifiers Saturday.
Yannick Franke was the highest scorer of the Dutch team with 15 points, whereas Keye van der Vuurst de Vries scored 11 points in a Group D game at Istanbul's BJK Akatlar Sports Hall.
For the losing side, Zeljko Sakic produced a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds but his performance could not avoid a loss to the Netherlands.
Turkey claimed a 88-80 victory over Sweden in another Group D game earlier on the same day.
Croatia, the Netherlands, and Turkey have all advanced to EuroBasket 2022.
Turkey will now face Croatia in the sixth qualifier match in Group D on Monday.
This will be the 999th match in the Turkish national team's 85-year history.
The national team played its first match against Greece on June 24, 1936. It has won 512 matches, suffered 485 losses and one match ended in a draw.
A friendly match against Macedonia in Istanbul ended in a 78-78 draw on June 13, 1995.
The Turkish national basketball team picked up its first official win in the European championship in Egypt in 1949 when it beat Syria 43-33.