Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2010–11

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The Copa del Rey 2010-11 was the 75th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was managed by the ACB and was played in Madrid, in the Palacio de los Deportes on February 10–13.

Brackett[edit]

Quarterfinals
February 10 & 11
  Semifinals
February 12
  Final
February 13
                   
 B de R Valladolid 60  
 PE Valencia 83      PE Valencia 59  
 Real Madrid 78    Real Madrid 69  
 Gran Canaria 2014 72        Real Madrid 60
 Bilbao Bizkaia Basket 74        Regal FC Barcelona 68
 Caja Laboral 76      Caja Laboral 73
 Regal FC Barcelona 86    Regal FC Barcelona 92  
 DKV Joventut 66  

By the score of 60-68, FC Barcelona Bàsquet defeated Real Madrid Baloncesto and defended its 2010 title. Alan Anderson was named MVP of the tournament.

Quarter finals[edit]

FORTA & Teledeporte (Spain)
February 10
19:00 GTM+1
Blancos de Rueda Valladolid Castile and León 60–83 Valencian Community Power Electronics Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 16-19, 14-25, 14-18, 16-21
Pts: García 15
Rebs: Báez 8
Asts: Dumas 2
Pts: Claver 19
Rebs: Claver 9
Asts: Cook 6
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 9,550
Referees: Hierrezuelo, Conde, Cortés

Teledeporte (Spain)
February 10
21:30 GTM+1
Real Madrid Community of Madrid 78–72 Canary Islands Gran Canaria 2014
Scoring by quarter: 14-21, 25-13, 17-17, 22-21
Pts: Rodríguez 17
Rebs: Suárez 7
Asts: Rodríguez, Suárez 3
Pts: Carroll 30
Rebs: Rey 9
Asts: three players 3
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 12,500
Referees: De la Maza, Pérez Pérez, Peruga

FORTA & Teledeporte (Spain)
February 11
19:00 GTM+1
Bizkaia Bilbao Basket Basque Country (autonomous community) 74–76 Basque Country (autonomous community) Caja Laboral
Scoring by quarter: 24 - 20, 19 - 16, 15 - 15, 18 -23
Pts: Huertas 18
Rebs: Batista 7
Asts: Huertas 10
Pts: Vasileiadis 31
Rebs: Mavroeidis 8
Asts: Jackson 4
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 12,850

Teledeporte (Spain)
February 11
21:30 GTM+1
Regal FC Barcelona Catalonia 86–66 Catalonia DKV Joventut
Scoring by quarter: 24 - 18, 19 - 15, 15 - 19, 28 - 14
Pts: N'Dong 18
Rebs: Rubio, Morris 6
Asts: Lakovič 6
Pts: Hosley, McDonald 13
Rebs: Trias 8
Asts: Trias 6
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 12950

Semi finals[edit]

Teledeporte (Spain)
February 12
18:00 GTM+1
Power Electronics Valencia Valencian Community 59–69 Real Madrid Community of Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 11-14, 16-21, 19- 13, 23-11
Pts: Martínez 19
Rebs: Claver 4
Asts: Martìnez, Cook 2
Pts: Suárez 16
Rebs: Mirotić 4
Asts: Rodríguez 5
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 13045
Referees: J.A. Martín Bertrán, J.R. García Ortiz, Vicente Bultó

FORTA & Teledeporte (Spain)
February 12
20:30 GTM+1
Caja Laboral Basque Country (autonomous community) 73–92 Catalonia Regal FC Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 11-21, 25-18, 13-23, 24-30
Pts: Logan, Barać 15
Rebs: Barac 8
Asts: Huertas 10
Pts: Navarro 26
Rebs: Perović 8
Asts: Rubio, Navarro 3
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 13045
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo, Redondo, Antonio Conde

Final[edit]

FORTA & Teledeporte (Spain)
February 13
18:00 GTM+1
Real Madrid Community of Madrid 60–68 Catalonia Regal FC Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 17-19, 13-11, 13-18, 17-20
Pts: Tomić 12
Rebs: Suárez 9
Asts: Tomić 3
Pts: Anderson 19
Rebs: N'Dong 9
Asts: Sada 6
Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid
Attendance: 13045
Copa del Rey 2011 Champions

Regal Barcelona
22nd title

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