2000–01 FIBA Korać Cup

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2000–01 FIBA Korać Cup
LeagueFIBA Korać Cup
SportBasketball
Finals
ChampionsSpain Unicaja
  Runners-upFederal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm
FIBA Korać Cup seasons

The 30th edition of the FIBA Korać Cup occurred between September 29, 2000 and April 18, 2001.[1] The competition was won by the Spanish Unicaja, who beat the Yugoslavian Hemofarm in the double finals.

Team allocation[edit]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round

  • 1st, 2nd, etc.: League position after Playoffs
  • WC: Wild card
First round
Germany Herzogtel Trier (5th) Portugal Portugal Telecom (3rd) Slovenia Slovan (4th) Sweden Sundsvall Dragons (4th)
Germany Mitteldeutscher (6th) Portugal Seixal FC (4th) Slovenia Triglav Kranj (6th) Finland Honka Playboys (3rd)
Germany Avitos Gießen (7th) Portugal CAB Madeira (5th) Croatia Sava Osiguranje Rijeka (5th) Belarus Grodno 93 (1st)
Germany DJK Würzburg (12th) Romania CSU Pitesti (1st) Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita (2nd) Georgia (country) Maccabi Tbilisi
Belgium Telindus Union Mons Hainaut (5th) Romania West Petrom Arad (2nd) Bosnia and Herzegovina HKK Feal Široki (3rd) Poland Pogon Ruda Slaska (6th)
Belgium Bingoal Bree (6th) Bulgaria Levski Sofia (1st) Bosnia and Herzegovina HKK Brotnjo (4th) Poland Prokom Trefl (9th)
Belgium Athlon Ieper (13th) Bulgaria Cherno More Varna (2nd) Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea (5th) Czech Republic Mlekarna Kunin (4th)
Luxembourg Racing Club (1st) Bulgaria Yambolgaz 92 (3rd) North Macedonia Nikol Fert (1st) Czech Republic Sparta Praha (5th)
Luxembourg Etzella Cyprus Apollon Limassol (2nd) North Macedonia Rabotnički (2nd) Hungary Albacomp UPC (1st)
Luxembourg Contern Cyprus AEL Limassol (4th) North Macedonia Kumanovo (4th) Hungary MOL Szolnoki Olaj (2nd)
Netherlands Landstede Zwolle (4th) Cyprus Panathinaikos Limassol (5th) Switzerland Fribourg Olympic (3rd) Hungary Atomerömü (9th)
Netherlands Donar (5th) Austria Goldene Seiten Kapfenberg (2nd) Switzerland Vevey Riviera Basket (4th)
San Marino AP Titano Austria Oberwart Gunners (3rd) Switzerland Olimpique Lausanne (5th)
Round of 64
Spain Canarias Telecom (7th) France Strasbourg (4th) Turkey Darussafaka (7th) Russia Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody (4th)
Spain Unicaja Malaga (8th) France Cholet (5th) Turkey Turk Telekom (8th) Russia Spartak Saint Petersburg (6th)
Spain Cáceres (9th) France Le Mans (7th) Turkey Galatasaray (9th) Russia Shakther Irkutsk (7th)
Spain Casademont Girona (10th) France Dijon (9th) Turkey Fenerbahçe (10th) Russia Avtodor Saratov (8th)
Italy Viola Reggio Calabria (5th) Belgium Okapi Aalstar (3rd) Cyprus Achileas Kaimakli (3rd) Russia Khimki (9th)
Italy Telit Trieste (7th) Netherlands Ricoh Astronauts (1st) Greece Near East Athens (9th) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm (4th)
Italy Montecatini (10th) Austria SÜBA Sankt Pölten (5th) North Macedonia MZT Skopje (3rd) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NIS Vojvodina (5th)*
Italy Lineltex Imola (12th) Slovenia Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela (5th) Bulgaria CSKA Sofia (4th) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FMP Železnik (6th)
Portugal Oliveirense (6th) Sweden Södertalje Kings (5th) Czech Republic Opava (2nd) Croatia Benston Zagreb (6th)
Israel Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan (4th) Finland Kouvot (5th) Poland Hoop Pekaes (3rd)

First Round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
DJK Würzburg Germany 161–116 Czech Republic Sparta Prague 90–57 71–59
Prokom Trefl Poland 151–150 Germany Avitos Gießen 77–65 74–85
Racing Club Luxembourg 171-179 Germany Herzogtel Trier 93-90 78-89
Mitteldeutscher Germany 138-137 Hungary Albacomp Fehervar 65-69 73-68
MOL Szolnoki Olaj Hungary 180–163 Poland Pogón Ruda Ślaska 110–68 70–95
Triglav Kranj Slovenia 140-178 Hungary Atomerőmű 75-84 65-94
Slovan Slovenia 174-130 Austria Goldene Seiten Kapfenberg 89-79 85-51
Oberwart Gunners Austria 182–169 Czech Republic Mlékárna Kunín 88–87 95–82
Maccabi Tbilisi Georgia (country) 134–172 Belarus Grodno 93 79–101 55–71
Sundsvall Dragons Sweden 40–0 Finland Honka Playboys 20–0 20–0
Contern Luxembourg 149–212 Belgium Bingoal Bree 76–79 73–133
Donar Netherlands 142–164 Belgium Athlon Ieper 70–88 72–76
Landstede Zwolle Netherlands 141–152 Portugal CAB Madeira 67–68 74–84
Seixal FC Portugal 133-138 Belgium Telindus Union Mons Hainaut 83-70 50-68
Portugal Telecom Portugal 184-152 Switzerland Vevey Riviera 91-79 93-73
Etzella Luxembourg 140–192 Switzerland Olympique Lausanne 76–95 64–97
AP Titano San Marino 166–192 Switzerland Fribourg Olympic 80–86 86–106
Apollon Limassol Cyprus 40-0 Bulgaria Cherno More 20-0 20-0
AEL Limassol Cyprus 169-178 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 79-84 90-94
Kumanovo North Macedonia 158–186 Bulgaria Yambolgaz 92 80–82 78–104
Rabotnički North Macedonia 133-141 Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 63-71 70-70
Sloboda Dita Bosnia and Herzegovina 142-126 North Macedonia Nikol Fert 81-60 61-66
Sava Osiguranje Rijeka Croatia 172-150 Bosnia and Herzegovina HKK Brotnjo 84-79 88-71
CSU Pitesti Romania 130-209 Bosnia and Herzegovina Feal Široki 64-91 66-118
West Petrom Arad Romania 185-148 Cyprus Panathinaikos Limassol 93-65 92-83

Round of 64[edit]

Germany DJK Würzburg - Poland Hoop Pekaes 89-89 79-95
Czech Republic Opava - Slovenia Kovinotehna Savinjska Polzela 91-62 79-88
Austria Oberwart Gunners - Poland Prokom Trefl 55-106 0-20
Hungary MOL Szolnoki Olaj - Austria SÜBA Sankt Pölten 82-68 87-87
Belgium Okapi Aalstar - Netherlands Ricoh Astronauts 67-85 62-65
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia - Russia Avtodor Saratov 75-109 62-92
Russia Shakther Irkutsk - Belarus Grodno 93 97-53 76-63
Russia Khimki - Sweden Sundsvall Dragons 86-75 81-82
Finland Kouvot - Russia Spartak Saint Petersburg 72-73 63-77
Russia Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody - Sweden Södertalje Kings 76-54 85-101
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm - Cyprus Apollon Limassol 75-50 75-70
North Macedonia MZT Skopje - Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NIS Vojvodina 78-81 85-93
Bulgaria Yambolgaz 92 - Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FMP Železnik 65-67 62-75
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita - Turkey Galatasaray 70-64 77-81
Croatia Sava Osiguranje Rijeka - Turkey Turk Telekom 101-92 62-89
Cyprus Achileas Kaimakli - Greece Near East Athens 70-106 60-92
Romania West Petrom Arad - Israel Maccabi Ironi Ramat Gan 73-100 87-92
Bulgaria Levski Sofia - Croatia Benston Zagreb 90-67 69-69
Turkey Darussafaka - Bosnia and Herzegovina HKK Feal Široki 103-62 66-78
Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea - Turkey Fenerbahçe 78-75 65-73
Belgium Bingoal Bree - France Cholet 77-79 94-82
Switzerland Fribourg Olympic - France Dijon 73-80 49-68
France Le Mans - Portugal CAB Madeira 104-74 110-88
France Strasbourg - Germany Herzogtel Trier 80-66 91-85
Spain Cáceres - Portugal Oliveirense 75-67 93-84
Belgium Telindus Union Mons Hainaut - Spain Unicaja Malaga 62-95 66-97
Belgium Athlon Ieper - Spain Casademont Girona 83-70 83-66
Spain Canarias Telecom - Portugal Portugal Telecom 66-72 75-82
Slovenia Slovan - Italy Telit Trieste 86-69 76-94
Hungary Atomerömü - Italy Viola Reggio Calabria 79-73 71-87
Italy Montecatini - Germany Mitteldeutscher 72-80 75-62
Italy Lineltex Imola * - Switzerland Olympique Lausanne 0-20 0-20

*Team withdrew to replace Olimpia Milano in 2000-2001 Saporta Cup.

Sources: [2] [3]

Round of 32[edit]

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to round of 32

Group A[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Poland Prokom Trefl Sopot 6 9 3 3 478 462
2 Netherlands Ricoh Astronauts 6 9 3 3 463 455
3 Czech Republic Opava 6 9 3 3 517 512
4 Poland Hoop Pekaes 6 9 3 3 443 472

Group B[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Russia Avtodor Saratov 6 12 6 0 572 503
2 Russia Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody 6 9 3 3 545 570
3 Russia Spartak Saint Petersburg 6 8 2 4 531 555
4 Russia Shakhter Irkutsk 6 7 1 5 506 526

Group C[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Turkey Darüşşafaka 6 10 4 2 512 484
2 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 6 9 3 3 532 545
3 Russia Khimki 6 9 3 3 501 481
4 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FMP Železnik 6 8 2 4 443 478

Group D[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Turkey Fenerbahçe 6 11 5 1 475 431
2 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm 6 10 4 2 469 435
3 Turkey Türk Telekom 6 9 3 3 477 483
4 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NIS Vojvodina 6 6 0 6 460 532

Group E[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Greece Near East 6 10 4 2 459 484
2 Israel Maccabi Ramat Gan 6 9 3 3 478 456
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Dita Tuzla 6 9 3 3 459 456
4 Italy Montecatini 6 8 2 4 519 519

Group F[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Italy Viola Reggio Calabria 6 12 6 0 581 474
2 Italy Telit Trieste 6 9 3 3 542 482
3 Hungary MOL Szolnoki Olajbanyasz 6 8 2 4 528 571
4 Switzerland Olympique Lausanne 6 7 1 5 485 609

Group G[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Spain Cáceres 6 11 5 1 474 441
2 France Dijon 6 10 4 2 461 421
3 Portugal Portugal Telecom 6 9 3 3 477 501
4 Belgium Bingoal Bree 6 6 0 6 480 529

Group H[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1 Spain Unicaja 6 11 5 1 512 431
2 Belgium Athlon Ieper 6 9 3 3 454 500
3 France Strasbourg 6 8 2 4 451 454
4 France Le Mans 6 8 2 4 489 521

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ricoh Astronauts Netherlands 146–152 Russia Avtodor Saratov 89–76 73–75
Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody Russia 146–156 Poland Prokom Trefl Sopot 78–71 68–85
Levski Sofia Bulgaria 166–176 Turkey Fenerbahçe 87–86 79–90
Hemofarm Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 131–129 Turkey Darüşşafaka 73–60 58–69
Maccabi Ramat Gan Israel 193–178 Italy Viola Reggio Calabria 106–80 87–98
Telit Trieste Italy 173–167 Greece Near East 85–74 88–93
Dijon France 125–149 Spain Unicaja 68–64 57–85
Athlon Ieper Belgium 166–160 Spain Cáceres 83–83 83–77

Quarter finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ricoh Astronauts Netherlands 162–152 Turkey Fenerbahçe 93–73 69–79
Prokom Trefl Sopot Poland 113–134 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm 59–64 54–70
Maccabi Ramat Gan Israel 143–162 Spain Unicaja 73–74 70–88
Telit Trieste Italy 157–158 Belgium Athlon Ieper 86–74 71–84

Semi finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ricoh Astronauts Netherlands 101–145 Spain Unicaja 46–59 55–86
Hemofarm Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 135–119 Belgium Athlon Ieper 71–59 64–60

Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Unicaja Spain 148–116 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hemofarm 77–47 71–69
2000–01 FIBA Korać Cup Champions
Spain
Unicaja
1st title

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.fibaeurope.com/cid_KNce8jInH7Qj1EsyH5rjn2.season_2001.compID_MsfTeemRHYovSUdkYV76x0.html
  2. ^ "Korac Cup 2000-01". www.linguasport.com. Retrieved 2018-07-16.
  3. ^ "Korac Cup (2001) | FIBA Europe". www.fibaeurope.com. Retrieved 2018-07-16.