1995–96 FIBA European Cup

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1995–96 FIBA European Cup
LeagueFIBA European Cup
SportBasketball
Final
ChampionsSpain Taugrés
  Runners-upGreece PAOK
Finals MVPPuerto Rico Ramón Rivas
FIBA European Cup seasons

The 1995–96 FIBA European Cup was the thirtieth edition of FIBA's 2nd-tier level European-wide professional club basketball competition. it occurred between September 5, 1995, and March 12, 1996. The final was held at Araba Arena, Vitoria, Spain. In the final, Taugrés defeated PAOK, in front of 5,500 spectators.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Thames Valley Tigers England 167–195 Sweden New Wave Sharks 93–105 74–90
Namika Lahti Finland 153–151 Netherlands Den Braven Koba 75–78 78–73
PAEEK Cyprus 87–225 Greece PAOK 40–109 47–116
Kočani Delikates Republic of Macedonia 156–152 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita Tuzla 93–82 63–70
Tonak Nový Jičín Czech Republic 163–175 Germany Ratiopharm Ulm 93–94 70–81
AŠK Inter Bratislava Slovakia 158–146 Austria UBC Stahlbau Oberwart 88–68 70–78
Hiefenech Luxembourg 121–178 Hungary Marc-Körmend 63–78 58–100
Universitatea Cluj Romania 125–183 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Spartak Subotica 64–87 61–96
Partizani Tirana Albania 115–151 Bulgaria Kompakt 56–73 59–78

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
New Wave Sharks Sweden 161–153 Italy illycaffè Trieste 90–78 71–75
Namika Lahti Finland 172–191 Spain Taugrés 81–94 91–97
Porto Portugal 124–172 France Limoges CSP 52–95 72–77
Postojna Slovenia 137–189 Greece PAOK 71–79 66–110
Kočani Delikates Republic of Macedonia 122–145 Croatia Zagreb 68–83 54–62
Ratiopharm Ulm Germany 153–146 Belgium Bruxellois 85–75 68–71
AŠK Inter Bratislava Slovakia 140–139 Turkey Galatasaray 76–76 64–63
Marc-Körmend Hungary 152–157 Poland Nobiles Włocławek 92–70 60–87
Spartak Subotica Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 155–156 Israel Bnei Herzliya 79–76 76–80
Kompakt Bulgaria 153–163 Ukraine Dendi 85–85 68–78
Olimpas Lithuania 156–164 Russia Dynamo Moscow 81–77 75–87

Third round[edit]

*Partizan, Hapoel Galil Elyon, Sheffield Sharks, Sunair Oostende, Zrinjevac, Baník Cígeľ Prievidza, Smelt Olimpija, Budivelnyk, Kalev, Fidefinanz Bellinzona, Sibiu, APOEL and Žalgiris.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Partizan Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 156–140 Israel Hapoel Galil Elyon 69–76 87–64
Sheffield Sharks England 128–159 Belgium Sunair Oostende 58–71 70–88
Ratiopharm Ulm Germany 153–162 Croatia Zrinjevac 78–82 75–80
Baník Cígeľ Prievidza Slovakia 169–180 Slovenia Smelt Olimpija 81–73 88–107
Zagreb Croatia 139–169 Spain Taugrés 65–65 74–104
Limoges CSP France 171–135 Ukraine Dendi 97–64 74–71
PAOK Greece 150–143 Ukraine Budivelnyk 76–68 74–75
Bnei Herzliya Israel 169–160 Sweden New Wave Sharks 98–86 71–74
Kalev Estonia 217–155 Switzerland Fidefinanz Bellinzona 116–76 101–79
Dynamo Moscow Russia 190–127 Romania Sibiu 105–68 85–59
APOEL Cyprus 133–187 Lithuania Žalgiris 82–100 51–87
AŠK Inter Bratislava Slovakia 146–156 Poland Nobiles Włocławek 87–76 59–80

Quarterfinals group stage[edit]

Key to colors
     Qualified to Semi-finals
     Eliminated

Group A[edit]

Spain TAU Lithuania ŽAL France LIM Federal Republic of Yugoslavia PAR Israel BNE Belgium OOS
Spain TAU 91–93 79–73 99–88 81–67 87–74
Lithuania ŽAL 75–86 76–74 93–84 76–65 92–91
France LIM 88–86 82–68 78–75 82–60 84–64
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia PAR 76–80 90–99 103–90 98–85 88–67
Israel BNE 70–82 93–89 83–91 94–107 88–76
Belgium OOS 84–68 77–91 76–75 82–77 55–71
Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Spain Taugrés 10 17 7 3 821 788 +33
2. Lithuania Žalgiris 10 17 7 3 852 833 +19
3. France Limoges CSP 10 16 6 4 817 752 +65
4. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 10 14 4 6 886 867 +19
5. Israel Bnei Herzliya 10 13 3 7 776 837 –61
6. Belgium Sunair Oostende 10 13 3 7 746 821 –75

Group B[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Greece PAOK 10 18 8 2 821 675 +46
2. Russia Dynamo Moscow 10 17 7 3 812 772 +40
3. Croatia Zrinjevac 10 16 6 4 817 752 +65
4. Estonia Kalev 10 14 4 6 821 820 +1
5. Poland Nobiles Włocławek 10 13 3 7 798 956 –158
6. Slovenia Smelt Olimpija 10 13 3 7 765 825 –60

Semifinals[edit]

Seeded teams played games 2 and 3 at home.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Dynamo Moscow Russia 0–2 Spain Taugrés 87–98 93–104
Žalgiris Lithuania 0–2 Greece PAOK 76–83 59–104

Final[edit]

March 12, Pabellon Araba, Vitoria-Gasteiz

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Taugrés Spain 88–81 Greece PAOK
1995–96 FIBA European Cup Champions
Spain
Taugrés
1st title

Awards[edit]

FIBA Saporta Cup Finals MVP[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]