2010–11 VTB United League

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The VTB United League 2010-11 was the second complete season of Eastern Europe's most competitive basketball clubs. The tournament featured 12 teams from 8 countries.

Participants[edit]

Country (League) Teams
Belarus Belarus (BPL) Minsk-2006 Minsk
Estonia Estonia (KML) Kalev Tallinn
Finland Finland (Korisliiga) Honka Espoo
Latvia Latvia (LBL) VEF Rīga
Lithuania Lithuania (LKL) Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius
Žalgiris Kaunas
Poland Poland (PLK) Asseco Prokom Gdynia
Russia Russia (PBL) CSKA Moscow
Khimki Moscow Region
UNICS Kazan
Ukraine Ukraine (SuperLeague) Azovmash Mariupol
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk

Group stage[edit]

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to Final Four
     Eliminated

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia CSKA Moscow 10 9 1 617 504 +113
2. Russia UNICS Kazan 10 9 1 688 554 +134
3. Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 10 6 4 622 601 +21
4. Belarus Minsk-2006 10 4 6 618 603 +15
5. Ukraine BC Dnipro 10 2 8 588 689 -101
6. Finland Espoon Honka 10 0 10 542 704 -162
Round 1
CSKA Moscow UNICS Kazan Lietuvos Rytas Minsk-2006 Dnipro Espoon Honka
CSKA Moscow 69–60 80–61 75–62 113–73 73–53
UNICS Kazan 60–69 87–85 83–54 104–67 111–77
Lietuvos Rytas 61–80 85–87 90–84 82–69 87–67
Minsk-2006 62–75 54–83 84–90 79–73 90–60
Dnipro 73–113 67–104 69–82 73–79 81–73
Espoon Honka 53–73 77–111 67–87 60–90 73–81
Round 2
CSKA Moscow UNICS Kazan Lietuvos Rytas Minsk-2006 Dnipro Espoon Honka
CSKA Moscow 60–67 73–63 82–72 74–65 66–59
UNICS Kazan 67–60 66–64 90–78 87–55 95–62
Lietuvos Rytas 63–73 64–66 86–78 116–78 90–75
Minsk-2006 72–82 78–90 78–86 85–74 86–58
Dnipro 65–74 55–87 78–116 74–85 86–79
Espoon Honka 59–66 62–95 75–90 58–86 79–86

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia BC Khimki 10 9 1 652 550 +102
2. Ukraine Azovmash Mariupol 10 7 3 642 576 +66
3. Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas 10 7 3 589 588 +1
4. Poland Asseco Prokom 10 3 7 661 696 -35
5. Latvia BK VEF Rīga 10 3 7 665 686 -21
6. Estonia BC Kalev 10 1 9 525 638 -113
Round 1
BC Khimki Azovmash Mariupol Žalgiris Kaunas Asseco Prokom VEF Riga BC Kalev
BC Khimki 65–58 69–75 99–79 81–75 75–50
Azovmash Mariupol 58–65 75–63 80–76 60–68 72–67
Žalgiris Kaunas 75–69 63–75 73–60 84–71 101–83
Asseco Prokom 79–99 76–80 60–73 76–63 64–58
VEF Riga 75–81 68–60 71–84 63–76 70–69
BC Kalev 50–75 67–72 83–101 58–64 69–70
Round 2
BC Khimki Azovmash Mariupol Žalgiris Kaunas Asseco Prokom VEF Riga BC Kalev
BC Khimki 99–80 78–76 86–57 81–61 68–65
Azovmash Mariupol 80–99 86–75 85–76 79–74 76–55
Žalgiris Kaunas 76–78 75–86 89–79 79–74 91–66
Asseco Prokom 57–86 76–85 79–89 103–75 70–77
VEF Riga 61–81 74–79 74–79 75–103 95–55
BC Kalev 65–68 55–76 66–91 77–70 55–95

Final four[edit]

Semifinals
April 22
Final
April 23
 Russia CSKA Moscow  69  
 Ukraine Azovmash Mariupol  57  
 
     Russia CSKA Moscow  64
   Russia BC Khimki  66
Third place
 Russia BC Khimki  84  Ukraine Azovmash Mariupol  75
 Russia UNICS Kazan  78    Russia UNICS Kazan  95

Semifinals[edit]

22 April 2011
17:00
CSKA Moscow Russia 69–57 Ukraine Azovmash Mariupol
Scoring by quarter: 17-15, 16-16, 21-12, 15-14
Pts: Kaun 16
Rebs: Kaun 7
Asts: Holden 5
Pts: Alexander 21
Rebs: Owens 10
Asts: Owens 4
22 April 2011
20:00
Khimki Moscow Region Russia 84–78 Russia UNICS Kazan
Scoring by quarter: 17-15, 21-25, 24-17, 22-21
Pts: Fridzon 27
Rebs: Loncar 6
Asts: Planinić 9
Pts: Rizvić 17
Rebs: Lampe 9
Asts: Popović 7

Finals[edit]

23 April 2011
18:30
CSKA Moscow Russia 64–66 Russia Khimki Moscow Region
Scoring by quarter: 6-17, 21-16, 20-13, 17-20
Pts: Holden 15
Rebs: Vorontsevich 6
Asts: Shved 5
Pts: Lončar 18
Rebs: Fridzon 7
Asts: Papadopoulos 3

Awards[edit]

Regular Season MVP Final Four MVP
MVP Team MVP Team
United States Ramel Curry Ukraine Azovmash Mariupol Russia Vitaly Fridzon Russia Khimki Moscow Region

External links[edit]