2013–14 EuroLeague Women

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2013–14 EuroLeague Women
League EuroLeague Women
Sport Basketball
Regular Season
Final
Champions Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank
  Runners-up Turkey Fenerbahçe
Final MVP Spain Alba Torrens
EuroLeague Women seasons

The 2013–14 season is the 23rd edition of Europe's premier basketball tournament for women – EuroLeague Women since it was rebranded to its current format.

Pots[edit]

Defending champions UMMC Ekaterinburg, 2013 Runners-up Fenerbahçe and EuroLeague Women four-time winners Sparta&K M. R. Vidnoje have been given top seeds status. The teams are divided into two groups of 7 teams and one group of 6 teams.[1]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6 Pot 7
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg Spain Perfumerías Avenida Slovakia Good Angels Košice Russia Nadezhda Orenburg Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague Turkey Kayseri Kaski Spor Lithuania Kibirkstis-VICI
Turkey Fenerbahçe Spain Rivas Ecópolis Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank Poland CCC Polkowice Hungary UNI Győr Croatia Novi Zagreb France Lattes-Montpellier
Russia Spartak Moscow France Bourges Basket Poland TS Wisła Kraków Italy Famila Schio Hungary UE Sopron Czech Republic BK Brno

Regular season[edit]

The draw took place on 5 July 2013 in Munich, Germany. The teams were divided in two groups of seven and one group of six teams. 14 teams will progress to contest the playoffs while the organiser of the Final Eight will qualify automatically to the season ending tournament.[2]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 10 8 2 803 596 +207 18
2. France Tango Bourges 10 6 4 682 598 +84 16
3. Turkey Kayseri Kaski spor 10 6 4 669 637 +32 16
4. Slovakia Good Angels Košice 10 5 5 640 671 −31 15
5. Italy Beretta Famila 10 5 5 676 647 +29 15
6. Hungary HAT-AGRO Uni Győr 10 0 10 522 843 −321 10

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Turkey Fenerbahçe 12 12 0 858 709 +149 24
2. Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 12 7 5 831 741 +90 19
3. Poland Wisła Can-Pack 12 7 5 808 754 +54 19
4. Hungary UE Sopron 12 5 7 749 808 −59 17
5. Spain Rivas Ecópolis 12 5 7 808 828 −20 17
6. France Lattes Montpellier 12 3 9 717 793 −76 15
7. Czech Republic BK IMOS Brno 12 3 9 756 894 −138 15

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague 12 10 2 859 716 +143 22
2. Russia Sparta&K MR Vidnoje 12 9 3 797 701 +96 21
3. Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank 12 8 4 830 692 +138 20
4. Spain Perfumerías Avenida 12 6 6 800 800 0 18
5. Poland CCC Polkowice 12 4 8 673 728 −55 16
6. Lithuania Kibirkstis-Vici Vilnius 12 3 9 754 934 −180 15
7. Croatia Novi Zagreb 12 2 10 728 870 −142 14


Round 2[edit]

Game 1 were played on 11 March 2014. Game 2 were played on 14 March 2014. Game 3 will be played on 19 March 2014. The team that won two games first, advanced to the quarterfinals. UMMC Ekaterinburg qualified directly to the quarterfinals as hoster of the Final Eight.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Fenerbahçe Turkey 2 – 0 Poland CCC Polkowice 75 – 57 64 – 48
ZVVZ USK Prague Czech Republic 2 – 1 Spain Rivas Ecópolis 77 – 58 57 – 62 54 – 38
Sparta&K MR Vidnoje Russia 2 – 0 Hungary UE Sopron 81 – 43 69 – 54
Galatasaray odeabank Turkey 2 – 0 Spain Perfumerías Avenida 70 – 61 75 – 54
Tango Bourges France 2 – 1 Slovakia Good Angels Košice 59 – 51 54 – 61 67 – 57
Nadezhda Orenburg Russia 2 – 0 Poland Wisła Can-Pack 52 – 48 83 – 76
Kayseri Kaski spor Turkey 2 – 1 Italy Beretta Famila 63 – 50 61 – 74 63 – 61

Final Eight[edit]

The Final Eight will be held in Yekaterinburg.

Quarter-Final Round[edit]

The Quarter-Final Round will be played in a round robin system with two groups of four teams. The two group winners will advance to the Semi-Final Round.

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Turkey Fenerbahçe 3 3 0 190 181 +9 6
2. Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank 3 2 1 192 185 +7 5
3. Russia Spartak Moscow 3 1 2 173 174 -1 4
4. Turkey Kayseri Kaski Spor 3 0 3 162 177 -15 2

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 3 3 0 233 146 +87 6
2. France Bourges Basket 3 1 2 159 190 -31 4
3. Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague 3 1 2 167 179 -12 4
4. Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 3 1 2 156 200 -44 4

Semi-Final Round[edit]

Semifinals
11 April
Final
13 April
  Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg   70  
  Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank   77  
 
      Turkey Galatasaray Odeabank   69
    Turkey Fenerbahçe   58
Third place
  Turkey Fenerbahçe   59   Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg   80
  France Bourges Basket   50     France Bourges Basket   60

Semifinal 1[edit]

11 April 2014
19:00 UTC+6
UMMC Ekaterinburg 70–77 Galatasaray Odeabank
Scoring by quarter: 13-28, 16-22, 21-16, 20-11
Pts: Diana Taurasi (21)
Rebs: C.Parker, Sandrine Gruda (8)
Asts: Candace Parker (6)
Pts: Alba Torrens (29)
Rebs: Kelsey Bone (9)
Asts: Shavonte Zellous (8)
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 5000

Semifinal 2[edit]

11 April 2014
21:30 UTC+6
Fenerbahçe 59–50 Bourges Basket
Scoring by quarter: 13-6, 13-18, 13-14, 20-12
Pts: Angel McCoughtry (22)
Rebs: Angel McCoughtry (10)
Asts: Cappie Pondexter (5)
Pts: Nwal-Endene Miyem (12)
Rebs: Céline Dumerc (13)
Asts: C.Dumerc, Paoline Salagnac (3)
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 1000

Third-place[edit]

13 April 2014
16:30 UTC+6
Bourges Basket 60–80 UMMC Ekaterinburg
Scoring by quarter: 18-20, 17-23, 7-23, 18-14
Pts: Paoline Salagnac (18)
Rebs: Céline Dumerc (5)
Asts: Céline Dumerc (6)
Pts: Candace Parker (20)
Rebs: Olga Arteshina (10)
Asts: Candace Parker (4)
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 5000

Final[edit]

13 April 2014
19:00 UTC+6
Fenerbahçe 58–69 Galatasaray Odeabank
Scoring by quarter: 7-26, 22-16, 15-11, 14-16
Pts: Cappie Pondexter (18)
Rebs: Cappie Pondexter(6)
Asts: Agnieszka Bibrzycka, C.Pondexter(3)
Pts: Sancho Lyttle (19)
Rebs: Sancho Lyttle (12)
Asts: Işıl Alben (8)
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 6000


2013–14 EuroLeague Women Champions
Turkey
Galatasaray Odeabank
First title

Stats leaders in regular season[edit]

Points[edit]

Rk Name Team Games Points PPG
1 United States Jantel Lavender Poland Wisła Can-Pack 12 245 20.4
2 Montenegro Jelena Dubljević Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague 12 225 18.8
3 United States Eshaya Murphy Spain Perfumerías Avenida 12 224 18.7
4 United States DeWanna Bonner Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 12 216 18.0
5 United States Plenette Pierson Slovakia Good Angels Košice 6 105 17.5

Rebounds[edit]

Rk Name Team Games Points PPG
1 Croatia Luca Ivanković Croatia Novi Zagreb 12 133 11.1
2 United States Jantel Lavender Poland Wisła Can-Pack 12 129 10.8
3 United States Angelica Robinson Spain Perfumerías Avenida 11 112 10.2
4 France Élodie Godin Italy Beretta Famila 10 99 9.9
5 United States Candace Parker Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 10 92 9.2

Assists[edit]

Rk Name Team Games Assists APG
1 Spain Laia Palau Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Prague 12 92 7.7
2 United States Diana Taurasi Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 9 58 6.4
3 Serbia Miljana Bojović Slovakia Good Angels Košice 10 60 6.0
4 France Céline Dumerc France Tango Bourges 10 53 5.3
5 Spain Anna Cruz Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 12 59 4.9


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