1993–94 FIBA Korać Cup

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1993–94 FIBA Korać Cup
League FIBA Korać Cup
Sport Basketball
Finals
Champions Greece PAOK Bravo
  Runners-up Italy Stefanel Trieste
FIBA Korać Cup seasons

The 1993–94 FIBA Korać Cup season occurred between September 8, 1993, and March 16, 1994. The double final was played between PAOK Bravo and Stefanel Trieste.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
TTL Bamberg Germany 164–169 Slovenia Maricom Miklavž 95–78 69–91
Sparta Prague Czech Republic 199–137 Switzerland VF Lugano 101–66 98–71
Kärcher Hisings-Kärra Sweden 184–193 Germany Alba Berlin 106–93 78–100
Nemetali Ograzden Republic of Macedonia 135–176 Turkey TED Ankara Kolejliler 59–67 76–109
Baník Cígeľ Prievidza Slovakia 162–166 Turkey Galatasaray 89–75 73–91
Makedonija '91 Strumica Republic of Macedonia 165–178 Ukraine TIIT Kharkov 97–75 68–103
Alumina Republic of Macedonia 134–165 Czech Republic Tonak Nový Jičín 61–80 73–85
Slovenica Koper Slovenia 159–139 Slovakia Baník Handlová 79–63 80–76
Keravnos Cyprus 127–199 Greece AEK 73–106 54–93
Inter Slovnaft Slovakia 165–176 Croatia Zrinjevac 75–88 90–88
Volksbank Swans Gmunden Austria 141–157 Belgium Bobcat Gent 75–89 66–68
Zorile Romania 128–203 Slovakia Slávia Košice 61–96 67–107
Forest Sibiu Romania 154–192 Croatia Slavonska Banka Osijek 66–108 88–84
Kaposvári Hungary 168–186 Czech Republic Nová huť Ostrava 94–79 74–107
MZT Aerodrom Republic of Macedonia 193–178 Czech Republic BHC SKP Pardubice 111–81 82–97
Ulm Germany 176–162 Sweden Plannja 92–72 84–90
Cardiff Bay Heat Wales 151–167 Luxembourg Hiefenech 79–89 72–78
Šibenik Zagreb Montaža Croatia 169–170 Germany Ludwigsburg 90–88 79–82

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
CSK Kyiv Ukraine 160–189 Israel Hapoel Herzliya 81–88 79–101
Povo de Esgueira Portugal 143–171 Spain Caja San Fernando 74–95 69–76
Haukar Iceland 148–208 France JDA Dijon 83–90 65–118
Maricom Miklavž Slovenia 146–203 Italy Pfizer Reggio Calabria 84–96 62–107
ZTE Hungary 146–172 France PSG Racing 78–96 68–76
Spirou Belgium 159–168 Greece Nikas Peristeri 82–80 77–88
Mykolaiv Ukraine 170–184 Russia Dynamo Moscow 83–81 87–103
Union Neuchâtel Switzerland 124–184 Italy Stefanel Trieste 57–97 67–87
Helios Suns Slovenia 162–173 Belgium Kessel-Lo Leuven 84–84 78–89
Sparta Prague Czech Republic 152–182 Turkey Fenerbahçe 96–87 56–95
Spartak Lugansk Ukraine 0–40* Germany Alba Berlin 0–20 0–20
TED Ankara Kolejliler Turkey 163–147 Belgium Sunair Oostende 72–76 91–71
Galatasaray Turkey 127–162 Spain NatWest Zaragoza 75–69 52–93
TIIT Kharkov Ukraine 40–0** France Gravelines 20–0 20–0
Avtodor Saratov Russia 131–162 Turkey Ülker 68–72 63-90
Szolnoki Olaj Hungary 91–162 Croatia Zagreb 61–61 30-101
VEF Rīga Latvia 165–172 Poland Lech Poznań 91–85 74-87
Tonak Nový Jičín Czech Republic 154–193 France Olympique Antibes 79–96 75–97
Pezoporikos Larnaca Cyprus 151–145 Israel Hapoel Eilat 86–80 65–65
Slovenica Koper Slovenia 165–195 Greece Chipita Panionios 73–91 92–104
Hapoel Jerusalem Israel 140–133 Greece AEK 88–60 52–73
Möllersdorf Traiskirchen Austria 123–186 Spain Elmar León 79–87 44–99
Zrinjevac Croatia 165–168 Belgium Bobcat Gent 77–75 88–93
Slávia Košice Slovakia 174–146 Croatia Slavonska Banka Osijek 91–66 83–80
Nová huť Ostrava Czech Republic 70–121 Russia Stroitel Samara 70–101 0–20***
MZT Aerodrom Republic of Macedonia 145–163 Germany Ulm 75–78 70–85
Hiefenech Luxembourg 149–191 Germany Ludwigsburg 80–86 69–105

* & ** Spartak Lugansk and Gravelines withdrew before the first leg and their rivals received a forfeit (20-0) in both games.

*** Nová huť Ostrava didn't travel to Russia to play the second leg and Stroitel Samara received a forfeit (20-0) in this game.

Automatically qualified to the round of 32

Round of 32[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Hapoel Herzliya Israel 146–186 Spain Caja San Fernando 79–87 67–99
JDA Dijon France 164–175 Italy Pfizer Reggio Calabria 87–86 77–89
PSG Racing France 168–193 Greece Nikas Peristeri 85–95 83–98
Dynamo Moscow Russia 175–196 Italy Stefanel Trieste 81–97 94–99
Kessel-Lo Leuven Belgium 173–189 Turkey Fenerbahçe 85–91 88–98
Alba Berlin Germany 159–144 Turkey TED Ankara Kolejliler 89–66 70–78
NatWest Zaragoza Spain 216–189 Ukraine TIIT Kharkov 106–77 110–112
Ülker Turkey 121–124 Croatia Zagreb 66–69 55-55
Lech Poznań Poland 154–222 France Olympique Antibes 93–104 61–118
Pezoporikos Larnaca Cyprus 148–185 Greece Chipita Panionios 69–86 79–99
Hapoel Jerusalem Israel 160–175 Spain Elmar León 81–77 79–98
Bobcat Gent Belgium 129–185 Italy Recoaro Milano 65–86 64–99
Slávia Košice Slovakia 114–168 Italy Scavolini Pesaro 59–82 55–86
Stroitel Samara Russia 133–182 Greece PAOK Bravo 77–81 56–101
Ulm Germany 145–206 Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 72–86 73–120
Ludwigsburg Germany 156–192 Spain Estudiantes Caja Postal 88–85 68–107

Round of 16[edit]

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to quarterfinals

Group A[edit]

Italy TRI Greece PAN Turkey FEN Spain ZAR
Italy TRI 94-79 87-79 89-83
Greece PAN 74-58 86-71 95-81
Turkey FEN 80-81 102-87 65-62
Spain ZAR 68-76 74-78 81-82
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Italy Stefanel Trieste 6 11 5 1 485 463 +22
2. Greece Chipita Panionios 6 10 4 2 499 480 +19
3. Turkey Fenerbahçe 6 9 3 3 479 484 -5
4. Spain NatWest Zaragoza 6 6 0 6 449 485 -36

Group B[edit]

Israel MTA Greece PER Spain EST Italy REG
Israel MTA 103-83 74-71 81-55
Greece PER 60-70 86-75 82-70
Spain EST 82-72 72-98 93-71
Italy REG 71-75 79-78 81-97
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 6 11 5 1 475 422 +53
2. Greece Nikas Peristeri 6 9 3 3 487 469 +18
3. Spain Estudiantes Caja Postal 6 9 3 3 490 482 +8
4. Italy Pfizer Reggio Calabria 6 7 1 5 427 506 -79

Group C[edit]

Greece PAOK Italy MIL Croatia ZAG Spain CAJ
Greece PAOK 71-67 84-70 92-89
Italy MIL 76-74 78-84 108-82
Croatia ZAG 77-91 63-93 82-81
Spain CAJ 82-87 85-97 83-84
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Greece PAOK Bravo 6 11 5 1 499 461 +38
2. Italy Recoaro Milano 6 10 4 2 519 459 +60
3. Croatia Zagreb 6 9 3 3 460 510 -50
4. Spain Caja San Fernando 6 6 0 6 502 550 -48

Group D[edit]

France OLY Italy SCA Spain LEO Germany ALB
France OLY 80-82 89-77 94-84
Italy SCA 94-99 93-84 78-66
Spain LEO 93-85 82-80 87-82
Germany ALB 74-83 74-91 97-89
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. France Olympique Antibes 6 10 4 2 530 504 +26
2. Italy Scavolini Pesaro 6 10 4 2 518 485 +33
3. Spain Elmar León 6 9 3 3 512 526 -14
4. Germany Alba Berlin 6 7 1 5 477 522 -45

Quarter finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Chipita Panionios Greece 169–146 Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 92–72 77–74
Nikas Peristeri Greece 165–197 Italy Stefanel Trieste 80–88 85–109
Recoaro Milano Italy 186–180 France Olympique Antibes 98–85 88–95
Scavolini Pesaro Italy 140–162 Greece PAOK Bravo 82–66 58–96

Semi finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Chipita Panionios Greece 147–167 Greece PAOK Bravo 83–85 64–82
Stefanel Trieste Italy 192–182 Italy Recoaro Milano 96–79 96–103

Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
PAOK Bravo Greece 175–157 Italy Stefanel Trieste 75–66 100–91
1993–94 FIBA Korać Cup Champions
Greece
PAOK Bravo
1st title

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