1985–86 FIBA Korać Cup

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1985–86 FIBA Korać Cup
LeagueFIBA Korać Cup
SportBasketball
Final
ChampionsItaly Banco di Roma Virtus
  Runners-upItaly Mobilgirgi Caserta
FIBA Korać Cup seasons

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Keravnos Cyprus 96–267 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv 38–140 58–127
Manchester Giants England 172–207 Spain CAI Zaragoza 83–90 89–117
Super Cracks Werkendam Netherlands 167–218 Spain Caja Álava 73–88 94–130
Monthey Switzerland 150–178 France ASVEL 74–83 76–95
Solent Stars England 151–170 Belgium Standard Liège 68–77 83–93
Levski-Spartak Bulgaria 188–191 Greece PAOK 105–87 83–104
Iraklis Greece 168–176 Bulgaria Spartak Pleven 92–78 76–98
Çukurova Üniversitesi Turkey 160–207 Italy Berloni Torino 86–93 74-114
Eczacıbaşı Turkey 160–162 West Germany Steiner Bayreuth 86–79 74-83
Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat Finland 196–201 West Germany Charlottenburg 103–95 93-106
Contern Luxembourg 143–209 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 83–108 60-101
Challans France 187–175 Belgium Spirale Herstal 99–94 88-81
AEK Greece 193–192 Hungary MAFC 105–107 88-85
Tyrolia Wienerwald Austria 123–140 West Germany SSV Hagen 70–84 53-56
Hapoel Holon Israel 134–141 France Olympique Antibes 74–62 60-79
Panionios Greece 148–128 Belgium Renault Gent 72–64 76-64
APOEL Cyprus 156–313 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 40–121 116-192
Amicale Steinsel Luxembourg 108–212 Spain Cacaolat Granollers 59–105 49-107
Regenerin Klagenfurt Austria 141–234 Belgium Maes Pils 69–109 72-125

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel 197–193 Spain CAI Zaragoza 104–89 93–104
Caja Álava Spain 172–182 France ASVEL 84–94 88–88
Standard Liège Belgium 157–188 Greece PAOK 81–96 76–92
Spartak Pleven Bulgaria 178–197 Italy Berloni Torino 90–96 88-101
Steiner Bayreuth West Germany 148–173 Italy Mobilgirgi Caserta 80–86 68-87
Charlottenburg West Germany 168–225 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 89–96 79-129
Challans France 188–162 Greece AEK 102–77 86-85
Hagen West Germany 65–66 France Olympique Antibes 00–00* 65-66
Panionios Greece 151–189 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 78–97 73-92
Cacaolat Granollers Spain 177–176 Belgium Maes Pils 94–91 83-85

*The first leg was suspended in minute 9 (with Olympique Antibes winning 14-17) when one of the basket boards in Hagen's court was broken; although a replacement was quickly installed, it proved inadequate and the officials cancelled the game. Later, FIBA decided that the original two-legged match would be played as a single game in Antibes.

Automatically qualified to round of 16

Round of 16[edit]

Key to colors
     Top place in each group advance to semifinals

Group A[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Italy Divarese Varese 6 10 4 2 517 472 +45
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda 6 10 4 2 584 549 +35
3. France ASVEL 6 10 4 2 541 522 +19
4. Spain Breogán Caixa Galicia 6 6 0 6 516 615 -99

Group B[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. France Olympique Antibes 6 10 4 2 513 478 +35
2. Italy Berloni Torino 6 10 4 2 548 525 +23
3. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 6 8 2 4 509 516 -7
4. Greece PAOK 6 8 2 4 484 535 -51

Group C[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Italy Banco di Roma Virtus 6 10 4 2 547 500 +47
2. Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv 6 10 4 2 531 546 -15
3. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna 6 9 3 3 581 584 -3
4. France Challans 6 7 1 5 514 543 -29

Group D[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Italy Mobilgirgi Caserta 6 11 5 1 553 505 +48
2. France Orthez 6 9 3 3 551 528 +23
3. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 6 9 3 3 578 594 -16
4. Spain Cacaolat Granollers 6 7 1 5 517 572 -55

Semi finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Divarese Varese Italy 159–162 Italy Mobilgirgi Caserta 84–71 75–91
Olympique Antibes France 144–161 Italy Banco di Roma Virtus 69–78 75–83

Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Mobilgirgi Caserta Italy 150–157 Italy Banco di Roma Virtus 78–84 72–73
1985–86 FIBA Korać Cup Champions
Italy
Banco di Roma Virtus
1st title

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