2007–08 EuroLeague Women

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2007–08 EuroLeague Women
League EuroLeague Women
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Regular Season
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EuroLeague Women seasons

The EuroLeague Women is an international basketball club competition for elite women's clubs throughout Europe. The 2007-2008 season features 24 competing teams from 13 different countries. The draw for the groups was held on August 5, 2007 at the Kempinski Hotel in Munich. The competition began on November 7, 2007. The 2008 Final Four is scheduled for April 11–13, 2008.

Teams of the 2007-2008 Euroleague Women[edit]

Country Teams Teams (place in national championship)
France France 4 US Valenciennes Olympic (1) Bourges Basket (2) ESB Lille Metropole (3-4) USO Mondeville (3-4)
Russia Russia 4 Spartak Moscow Region (1) CSKA Moscow (2) Dynamo Moscow (3-4) UMMC Ekaterinburg (3-4)
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2 Gambrinus SIKA Brno (1) ZVVZ USK Praha (2)
Hungary Hungary 2 MKB Euroleasing Sopron (1) MiZo Pécs 2010 (2)
Italy Italy 2 Phard Napoli (1) Germano Zama Faenza (2)
Poland Poland 2 Wisła Can-Pack Kraków (1) Lotos PKO BP Gdynia (2)
Spain Spain 2 Ros Casares Valencia (1) Perfumerias Avenida (2)
Belgium Belgium 1 Dexia W Namur (1)
Croatia Croatia 1 Šibenik Jolly JBS (1)
Latvia Latvia 1 TTT Riga (1)
Lithuania Lithuania 1 TEO Vilnius (1)
Slovakia Slovakia 1 Kosit 2013 Kosice (1)
Turkey Turkey 1 Fenerbahçe Istanbul (1)

Format[edit]

Regular season[edit]

The first phase is a regular season, in which the competing teams are drawn into four groups, each containing six teams. Each team plays every other team in its group at home and away, resulting in 10 games for each team in the first stage. The top 4 teams in each group advance to the next round. The complete list of tiebreakers is provided in the lead-in to the Regular Season results.

Eighth-Final[edit]

The top 4 teams from each froup advance to the next Eighth-Final Play-Offs. Each round will be played at two games (home and away) or three games (if necessary, score 1-1, by winning at home, and losing at away) to advance to the next stage.

Quarter-Final[edit]

The winners from Eighth-Final advance to Quarter-Finals. Round will be played at two games (home and away) or three games (if necessary score 1-1, by winning at home, and losing at away) to advance to the Final Four.

Final four[edit]

The Final Four will meet four teams, winners of quarter-finals. It semifinals and finals (third place game). It will be on April 11 and April 14.

Regular season[edit]

Tiebreakers:[1]

  • Head-to-head record in matches between the tied clubs
  • Overall goal average in games between the tied clubs (points scored divided by points allowed)
  • Overall goal average in all group matches (first tiebreaker if tied clubs are not in the same group)

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia CSKA Moscow 10 10 0 891 630 +261
2. Turkey Fenerbahçe Istanbul 10 6 4 717 732 -15
3. Hungary MKB Euroleasing Sopron 10 5 5 718 729 -11
4. France ESB Lille Metropole 10 4 6 665 758 -93
5. Latvia TTT Riga 10 3 7 629 698 -69
6. Italy Phard Napoli 10 2 8 703 776 -73

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 10 9 1 790 606 +184
2. France Bourges Basket 10 6 4 670 620 +50
3. Poland Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 10 5 5 658 709 -51
4. Spain Halcon Avenida 10 4 6 732 793 -61
5. Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 10 3 7 686 741 -55
6. Croatia Šibenik Jolly JBS 10 3 7 672 739 -67

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia Spartak Moscow Region 10 9 1 839 676 +163
2. Czech Republic Gambrinus SIKA Brno 10 8 2 840 689 +151
3. Poland Lotos PKO BP Gdynia 10 5 5 747 732 +15
4. France US Valenciennes Olympic 10 4 6 665 744 -79
5. Slovakia Kosit 2013 Kosice 10 3 7 648 717 -69
6. Belgium Dexia W Namur 10 1 9 626 807 -181

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Spain Ros Casares Valencia 10 10 0 790 646 +144
2. Russia Dynamo Moscow 10 6 4 719 688 +31
3. Hungary MiZo Pécs 2010 10 6 4 725 739 -14
4. Lithuania TEO Vilnius 10 3 7 699 744 -45
5. France USO Mondeville Basket 10 3 7 723 726 -3
6. Italy Germano Zama Faenza 10 2 8 628 741 -113

Knockout stage[edit]

EighthFinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
CSKA Moscow Russia 2 - 0 Spain Halcon Avenida 83 - 64 78 - 70
UMMC Ekaterinburg Russia 2 - 0 France ESB Lille Metropole 96 - 50 71 - 64
Fenerbahçe Istanbul Turkey 2 - 0 Poland Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 78 - 61 67 - 59
Bourges Basket France 2 - 0 Hungary MKB Euroleasing Sopron 69 - 47 68 - 48
Spartak Moscow Region Russia 2 - 0 Lithuania TEO Vilnius 93 - 67 83 - 71
Ros Casares Valencia Spain 2 - 1 France US Valenciennes Olympic 70 - 44 63 - 71 70 - 46
Gambrinus SIKA Brno Czech Republic 2 - 1 Hungary MiZo Pécs 2010 71 - 67 55 - 58 84 - 45
Dynamo Moscow Russia 2 - 0 Poland Lotos PKO BP Gdynia 86 - 75 79 - 74 (OT)

QuarterFinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
CSKA Moscow Russia 0 - 2 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 74 - 81 90 - 94
Bourges Basket France 2 - 0 Turkey Fenerbahçe Istanbul 85 - 69 74 - 72
Spartak Moscow Region Russia 2 - 0 Russia Dynamo Moscow 96 - 67 98 - 58
Ros Casares Valencia Spain 1 - 2 Czech Republic Gambrinus SIKA Brno 71 - 63 55 - 65 69 - 75
  • if necessary

Final four[edit]

The Final Four is the last phase of each Euroleague Women season, and is held over a weekend. The semifinal games are played on Friday evening. Sunday starts with the third-place game, followed by the championship final.

Bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
April 11, Brno
 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg  68  
 Russia Spartak Moscow Region  78  
 
April 13, Brno
     Russia Spartak Moscow Region  75
   Czech Republic Gambrinus SIKA Brno  60
Third place
April 11, Brno April 13, Brno
 Czech Republic Gambrinus SIKA Brno  90  Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg  70
 France Bourges Basket  81    France Bourges Basket  69

Individual leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. Australia Lauren Jackson Spartak Moscow Region 15 354 23.6
2. United States Cappie Pondexter Fenerbahçe Istanbul 14 309 22.1
3. Latvia Anete Jekabsone-Zogota Dynamo Moscow 12 264 22.0
4. United States Chamique Holdsclaw Lotos PKO BP Gdynia 12 228 19.0
5. United States Kedra Holland-Corn Phard Napoli 10 188 18.8

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. United States Nicole Ohlde US Valenciennes Olympic 13 124 9.5
2. Israel Jennifer Fleischer Dexia W Namur 10 91 9.1
3. Belgium Ann Wauters CSKA Moscow 13 118 9.1
4. United States Iciss Tillis TTT Riga 9 80 8.9
5. Belarus Yelena Leuchanka TEO Vilnius
UMMC Ekaterinburg
14 124 8.9

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Hungary Dalma Iványi MiZo Pécs 2010 13 74 5.7
2. France Caroline Aubert USO Mondeville Basket
UMMC Ekaterinburg
16 80 5.0
3. Belgium Kathy Wambe ESB Lille Metropole 10 48 4.8
4. United States Sue Bird Spartak Moscow Region 14 65 4.6
5. Montenegro Jelena Skerovic Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 12 54 4.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ From Official Basketball Rules on FIBA website.

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