2004: Lithuania recorded its highest achievement at that time by finishing third. Key players: Martynas Gecevicius, Marius Valukonis and Paulius Kleiza.
2007: Lithuania won bronze medals again. Key players: Gilvydas Biruta, Augustas Peciukevicius, Osvaldas Matulionis.
2008: Lithuania claim its first gold. Key players: Jonas Valanciunas and Vytenis Cizauskas.
2009: Lithuania lose the final to Spain at home in Kaunas. Key players: Tauras Jogela and Mantas Mockevicius.
2010: Lithuania finish second again. Key players: Marius Grigonis, Tomas Dimsa and Augustinas Jankaitis.