1977 FIBA Intercontinental Cup

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1977 FIBA Intercontinental Cup
League FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Sport Basketball
Cup MVP United States Walter Szczerbiak Sr.
Finals champions Spain Real Madrid
  Runners-up Italy Mobilgirgi Varèse
FIBA Intercontinental Cup seasons

The 1977 FIBA Intercontinental Cup William Jones was the 10th edition of the FIBA Intercontinental Cup for men's basketball clubs. It took place at Madrid.[1] From the FIBA European Champions Cup participated Real Madrid as host club and title holder, Mobilgirgi Varèse, and Maccabi Elite as European Champions. From the South American Club Championship participated Atlética Francana.

Dragones de Tijuana took part from the Mexican Basketball Circuit, and from the Division I (NCAA) participated the Providence Friars.

Participants[edit]

League stage[edit]

Day 1, October 4 1977

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Mobilgirgi Varèse Italy 104–87 Mexico Dragones de Tijuana
Atlética Francana Brazil 94–113 Spain Real Madrid
Providence Friars United States 80–106 Israel Maccabi Elite

Day 2, October 5 1977

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Dragones de Tijuana Mexico 88–112 Brazil Atlética Francana
Real Madrid Spain 105–97 Israel Maccabi Elite
Mobilgirgi Varèse Italy 99–89 United States Providence Friars

Day 3, October 6 1977

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Providence Friars United States 85–82 Brazil Atlética Francana
Dragones de Tijuana Mexico 105–129 Spain Real Madrid
Mobilgirgi Varèse Italy 108–100 Israel Maccabi Elite

Day 4, October 7 1977

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Providence Friars United States 92–96 Mexico Providence Friars
Real Madrid Spain 115–94 Italy Mobilgirgi Varèse
Atlética Francana Brazil 98–101 Israel Maccabi Elite

Day 5, October 8 1977

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Maccabi Elite Israel 126–94 Mexico Dragones de Tijuana
Mobilgirgi Varèse Italy 87–98 Brazil Atlética Francana
Real Madrid Spain 103–90 United States Providence Friars

Final standings[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1. Spain Real Madrid 5 10 5 0 565 480
2. Italy Mobilgirgi Varèse 5 8 3 2 492 489
3. Israel Maccabi Elite 5 8 3 2 530 485
4. Brazil Atlética Francana 5 7 2 3 484 474
5. Mexico Dragones de Tijuana 5 6 1 4 470 563
6. United States Providence Friars 5 6 1 4 436 486


1977 Intercontinental Champions
Spain
Real Madrid
2nd title

Awards[edit]

Europe's Five[edit]

America's Five[edit]

MVP[edit]

References[edit]

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