2003 ULEB Cup Finals

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2003 ULEB Cup Finals
Event2002–03 ULEB Cup
First leg
DateApril 15, 2003 (2003-04-15)
VenueLeon Štukelj Hall, Novo Mesto
MVPSerbia and Montenegro Dejan Tomašević
Attendance2,000
Second leg
DateApril 24, 2003 (2003-04-24)
VenueFuente San Luis, Valencia
Attendance9,250
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The 2003 ULEB Cup Finals were the final matches of the 2002–03 ULEB Cup season, the first season of Europe's second tier basketball league.

Pamesa Valencia won the Finals with an aggregate score of 166–156 against Krka. Valencia's Dejan Tomašević was named the Eurocup Finals MVP.

Summary[edit]

Game Home team Sore Away Team Venue Attendance Date
1 Krka Novo Mesto Slovenia 78–90 Spain Pamesa Valencia Leon Štukelj Hall, Novo Mesto 2,000[1] April 15, 2003
2 Pamesa Valencia Spain 78–76 Slovenia Krka Novo Mesto Fuente San Luis, Valencia 9,250[2] April 24, 2003

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