1993–94 FIBA European Cup

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1993–94 FIBA European Cup
LeagueFIBA European Cup
SportBasketball
Final
ChampionsSlovenia Smelt Olimpija
  Runners-upSpain Taugrés
FIBA European Cup seasons

The 1993–94 FIBA European Cup was the twenty-eighth edition of FIBA's 2nd-tier level European-wide professional club basketball competition. It occurred between September 4, 1993, and March 15, 1994.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
St. Vicent's Republic of Ireland 155–154 Iceland Ungmennafélagið Snæfell 78–75 77–79
T71 Dudelange Luxembourg 108–237 Austria Basket Flyers 70–121 38–116
Steaua București Romania 130–168 Hungary Körmend Hunor 54–71 76–97
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 152–132 Slovenia Postojna 86–77 66–55

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
St. Vicent's Republic of Ireland 127–174 Netherlands Mustang Jeans Den Helder 61–77 66–97
Atletas Lithuania 154–157 Germany Brandt Hagen 85–74 69–83
Bipa-Moda Odessa Ukraine 172–174 Croatia Zadar 83–87 89–87
Basket Flyers Austria 174–192 Portugal Ovarense 94–87 80–105
Körmend Hunor Hungary 154–168 Spain Taugrés 74–75 80–93
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 131–134 Turkey Tofaş 67–63 64–71
Bioveta COOP Banka Brno Czech Republic 165–189 Italy Olitalia Siena 87–98 78–91
Spartak Saint Petersburg Russia 132–179 Poland Nobiles Włocławek 63–103 69–76
Chemosvit Slovakia 170–176 Finland Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat 81–58 89–118
Go Pass Verviers-Pepinster Belgium 164–178 France Pitch Cholet 88–81 76–97
Kočani Delikates North Macedonia 154–183 Israel Hapoel Ramat Gan 81–83 73–100
APOEL Cyprus 133–192 Greece Sato Aris 76–94 57–98

Third round[edit]

*Canoe Jeans EBBC, Croatia Osiguranje, USK Praha, Hapoel Galil Elyon, Sankt Pölten, Žalgiris, Levski Sofia, Rabotnički, ASK Brocēni, Fidefinanz Bellinzona and Smelt Olimpija.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Canoe Jeans EBBC Netherlands 156–172 Croatia Croatia Osiguranje 62–78 94–94
USK Praha Czech Republic 158–166 Switzerland Fidefinanz Bellinzona 75–78 83–88
Hapoel Galil Elyon Israel 211–140 Austria Sankt Pölten 107–71 104–69
Žalgiris Lithuania 147–173 Spain Taugrés 76–84 71–89
Olitalia Siena Italy 158–159 Turkey Tofaş 79–72 79–87
Uudenkaupungin Urheilijat Finland 155–205 France Pitch Cholet 70–99 85–96
Sato Aris Greece 166–156 Israel Hapoel Ramat Gan 78–65 88–91
Levski Sofia Bulgaria 171–160 Germany Brandt Hagen 102–93 69–67
Zadar Croatia 161–138 Poland Nobiles Włocławek 86–60 75–78
Mustang Jeans Den Helder Netherlands 154–171 North Macedonia Rabotnički 92–76 62–85
Ovarense Portugal 170–166 Latvia ASK Brocēni 87–80 83–86
Automatically qualified to the group stage

Quarterfinals group stage[edit]

Key to colors
     Qualified to semifinals
     Eliminated

Group A[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Slovenia Smelt Olimpija 10 18 8 2 790 718 +68
2. Spain Taugrés 10 17 7 3 865 791 +74
3. Croatia Croatia Osiguranje 10 17 7 3 861 788 +73
4. Switzerland Fidefinanz Bellinzona 10 14 4 6 699 759 -60
5. Turkey Tofaş 10 12 2 8 841 920 -79
6. North Macedonia Rabotnički 10 12 2 8 852 932 -80

Group B[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. France Pitch Cholet 10 17 7 3 929 861 +68
2. Greece Sato Aris 10 17 7 3 940 883 +57
3. Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 10 17 7 3 907 864 +43
4. Portugal Ovarense 10 15 5 5 905 895 +10
5. Croatia Zadar 10 13 3 7 897 894 +3
6. Bulgaria Levski Sofia 10 11 1 9 827 1008 -181

Semifinals[edit]

Seeded teams played games 2 and 3 at home.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Sato Aris Greece 1–2 Slovenia Smelt Olimpija 83–79 78–84 61-74
Taugrés Spain 2–1 France Pitch Cholet 81–67 90–103 90-83

Final[edit]

March 15, Centre Intercommunal de Glace Malley, Lausanne

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Smelt Olimpija Slovenia 91–81 Spain Taugrés
1993–94 FIBA European Cup Champions
Slovenia
Smelt Olimpija
1st title

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