2013–14 Euroleague

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Euroleague
Forum Assago Parquet 2.jpg
The Mediolanum Forum in Milan hosted the Final Four
Season 2013–14
Champions Israel Maccabi Electra
6th title
Runners-up Spain Real Madrid
Third place Spain FC Barcelona
Fourth place Russia CSKA Moscow
Teams 24
Games played 248
Dates 1 October 2013 – 18 May 2014
Awards
MVP Spain Sergio Rodríguez
Final Four MVP Montenegro Tyrese Rice
Coach of the Year Israel David Blatt
Rising Star Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović
Best Defender United States Bryant Dunston
Statistical leaders
Index Rating United States Keith Langford
17.7
Points United States Keith Langford
17.6
Rebounds France Joffrey Lauvergne
8.6
Assists Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
6.2
Records
Average attendance 8,130 Increase
All statistics correct as of 7 September 2014.

The Turkish Airlines Euroleague 2013–14 was the 14th season of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball and the fourth under the title sponsorship of the Turkish Airlines. Including the competition's previous incarnation as the FIBA Europe Champions Cup, this was the 57th season of the premier competition for European men's clubs.

Euroleague Basketball Company, in its annual meeting in Barcelona, determined the site of the season's Euroleague Final Four venue. London was originally supposed to host the Final Four, but it was decided that the 2014 Euroleague Final Four be held at the Mediolanum Forum, in Milan. In the championship final game, Maccabi Electra defeated the previous season's runners-up, Real Madrid, by a score of 98-86 after overtime, and won its sixth Euroleague title in the club's history.

Allocation[edit]

There were three routes to participation in the Euroleague:

  • The 14 teams with an A-Licence from the 2012–13 Euroleague, based on their Euroleague Club Ranking.[1]
  • The 2012–13 Eurocup winner was given a C-Licence.
  • 14 places were allocated from a list of 30 teams given a B-Licence ranked according to their European national basketball league rankings over the last year. 14 teams were given both an A-Licence or C-Licence and a B-Licence. When a country ranking spot had already been assigned to an A-Licence team, the assignation jumped to the next country appearing in the ranking, and their league was not granted an additional place in the competition. The first 8 of the remaining 16 teams were given places in the regular-season, and the next 6 were given places in the qualifying competition.
  • If the Eurocup champion was qualified by receiving a B license, or some team with it resigned from the competition, a wild card had to be given by the Euroleague.

The Euroleague had the right to cancel an A license for one of the following reasons:[2]

  • The club had the lowest ranking of all clubs with an A Licence according to the Club Ranking.
  • The club had ranked among the clubs placed in the bottom half of the national championship final standings.
  • The club had financial problems.
  • In the ACB (Spain), when the champion and/or the runner-up of the league were teams without an A license. In that case, the A license club with the lowest position would play Eurocup in the next season. If that happened three times in five years, the A license of the club would be cancelled.

Euroleague allocation criteria[edit]

A licenses[edit]

Classification after the 2012–13 season, including also the 2010–11 and the 2011–12 seasons.[3]

Rank Team Points
1. Spain FC Barcelona 144
2. Greece Olympiacos 138
3. Greece Panathinaikos 136
4. Spain Real Madrid 128
5. Israel Maccabi Electra 128
6. Russia CSKA Moscow 119
7. Italy Montepaschi Siena 118
   
Rank Team Points
8. Turkey Anadolu Efes 98
9. Spain Laboral Kutxa 94
10. Spain Unicaja 87
11. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 87
12. Lithuania Žalgiris 86
13. Italy EA7 Milano 52
14. Poland Asseco Prokom 35
Notes
  • EA7 Milano had a two-year A license, awarded in June 2012.[4]
  • Asseco Prokom lost its A license, as it was the last qualified in the A licensed team tanking. The license was converted into a wildcard.

B licenses[edit]

B licenses could be given to every team without an A license. If in the allocation appeared a team with an A license, the next team in the criteria would receive the B license, which qualified directly to the Regular Season.[5]

Key to colors
     A licensed teams
     B licensed teams
     WC teams
     Teams qualified for the Qualifying Round
Team League Pos.
1. Spain Real Madrid ACB 1st
2. Russia CSKA Moscow VTB and PBL 1st
3. Italy Montepaschi Siena Serie A 1st
4. Turkey Galatasaray TBL 1st
5. Lithuania Žalgiris LKL 1st
6. Greece Panathinaikos GBL 1st
7. France Nanterre LNB Pro A 1st
8. Germany Brose Bamberg BBL 1st
9. Serbia Partizan ABA 1st
10. Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra PLK 1st
11. Serbia Crvena Zvezda ABA 2nd
12. Spain FC Barcelona ACB 2nd
13. Russia Lokomotiv Kuban VTB and PBL 2nd
14. Italy Acea RomaWithdrew[6] Serie A 2nd
   
Team League Pos.
15. Turkey Banvit TBL 2nd
16. Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas LKL 2nd
17. Greece Olympiacos GBL 2nd
18. France StrasbourgWC LNB Pro A 2nd
19. Germany Oldenburg BBL 2nd
20. Bosnia and Herzegovina IgokeaWithdrew ABA 3rd
21. Belgium Telenet Oostende BLB 1st
22. Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk NBL 1st
23. Ukraine BudivelnykWC UBL 1st
24. Israel Maccabi HaifaWithdrew BSL 1st
25. Bulgaria Lukoil AcademicWithdrew NBL 1st
26. Netherlands ZZ LeidenWithdrew DBL 1st
27. Latvia VEF Rīga LBL 1st
28. Poland Turów Zgorzelec PLK 2nd
Notes
  • Adriatic: the places were awarded to the top teams in the Regular Season. If the third or fourth qualified won the Final Four, it would be granted with the first spot, moving the champion and the runner-up of the Regular Season to the second and third spots. In February 2012, Euroleague Basketball clarified the situation of the Adriatic League spots, saying the three first teams in the Adriatic League Final Four would qualify.[7] Due to the different interpretation of both associations, Euroleague and Liga ABA negotiated a solution to be applied only for the 2012–13 season.

Finally, both organizations agreed that if the team that was in the first position after the Regular Season met all of the B-licence minimum requirements, it would qualify to Euroleague. In that case, Igokea did not meet the required criteria, so Euroleague Basketball applied the 2012–13 Euroleague Bylaws, by which the 2013 ABA Final Four champion and the runner-up, would take the first two Adriatic positions in that order, whilst the next highest regular season team would take the final Adriatic position.[8][9][10]

C licenses and wild cards[edit]

To the Regular Season

Vacant C license of Lokomotiv Kuban (2012–13 Eurocup champion), qualified with a B license, Asseco Prokom's lost A license, and the B license rejected by Acea Roma converted to a wild card:

To the Qualification Rounds

Competition format changes[edit]

As new, for this Euroleague season, the eliminated teams in the Regular Season, were dropped to the Eurocup.[13]

Teams[edit]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round (TH: Euroleague title holders):

Regular season
Spain Real Madrid (A) Turkey Galatasaray (1st) Russia CSKA Moscow (A) Serbia Partizan (1st)
Spain FC Barcelona (A) Turkey Anadolu Efes (A) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban (EC) Serbia Crvena zvezda (2nd)
Spain Laboral Kutxa (A) Turkey Fenerbahçe (A) Germany Brose Bamberg (1st) Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv (A)
Spain Unicaja (A) France Nanterre (1st) Germany Bayern Munich (WC) Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra (1st)
Greece Panathinaikos (A) France SIG Strasbourg (WC) Italy Montepaschi Siena (A) Ukraine Budivelnyk (WC)
Greece OlympiacosTH (A) Lithuania Žalgiris (A) Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milano (A)
Qualifying rounds
Turkey Banvit (2nd) Lithuania Lietuvos rytas (2nd) Germany EWE Oldenburg (2nd) Belgium Telenet Oostende (1st)
Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk (1st) Latvia VEF Rīga (1st) Russia Khimki (WC) Italy Cimberio Varese (WC)

Qualifying rounds[edit]

The eight teams participated in a single-venue tournament format, from October 1 until October 4, 2013. All games were played in the Siemens Arena in Vilnius, Lithuania.

First round Second round Third round
                 
Italy Cimberio Varèse 74
Germany EWE Baskets Oldenburg 79
Germany EWE Baskets Oldenburg 87
Lithuania Lietuvos rytas 99
Lithuania Lietuvos rytas 80
Latvia VEF Rīga 71
Lithuania Lietuvos rytas 75
Belgium Telenet Oostende 66
Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk 78
Turkey Banvit 87
Turkey Banvit 80
Belgium Telenet Oostende 82
Russia Khimki 79
Belgium Telenet Oostende 90

Draw[edit]

The draws for the 2013–14 Turkish Airlines Euroleague were held on Thursday, 4 July. Teams were seeded into six pots of four teams in accordance with the Club Ranking, based on their performance in European competitions during a three-year period.

Two teams from the same country could not be drawn together in the same Regular Season group.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

Spain FC Barcelona
Greece Olympiacos
Greece Panathinaikos
Spain Real Madrid

Israel Maccabi Electra
Russia CSKA Moscow
Italy Montepaschi Siena
Turkey Anadolu Efes

Spain Laboral Kutxa
Spain Unicaja
Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker
Lithuania Žalgiris

Turkey Galatasaray
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
Ukraine Budivelnyk
Germany Brose Bamberg

Italy EA7 Milano
Serbia Partizan
Serbia Crvena Zvezda
Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra

Germany Bayern Munich
France Nanterre
France Strasbourg
Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas (q)

Regular season[edit]

The regular season was played between October 17 and December 20.

If teams were level on record at the end of the Regular Season, tiebreakers were applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Regular Season.
  4. Points scored during the regular season.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Regular Season match.
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advanced to Top 16
     Bottom two teams in each group entered 2013–14 Eurocup Basketball Last 32 round

Group A[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 10 8 2 849 749 +100  
2 Russia CSKA Moscow 10 7 3 732 676 +56 1–1 (+5)
3 Spain FC Barcelona 10 7 3 786 736 +50 1–1 (–5)
4 Serbia Partizan 10 3 7 668 715 −47 1–1 (+29)
5 France Nanterre 10 3 7 682 752 −70 1–1 (–29)
6 Ukraine Budivelnyk 10 2 8 737 832 −95  

Group B[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Spain Real Madrid 10 10 0 889 652 +237  
2 Italy EA7 Milano 10 5 5 742 762 −20 1–1 (+5)
3 Lithuania Žalgiris 10 5 5 743 768 −25 1–1 (–5)
4 Turkey Anadolu Efes 10 4 6 741 767 −26  
5 Germany Brose Bamberg 10 3 7 756 829 −73 1–1 (+3)
6 France Strasbourg 10 3 7 705 798 −93 1–1 (–3)

Group C[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Greece Olympiacos 10 10 0 812 734 +78  
2 Turkey Galatasaray 10 6 4 700 725 −25  
3 Spain Unicaja 10 5 5 756 712 +44  
4 Germany Bayern Munich 10 4 6 818 791 +27  
5 Italy Montepaschi Siena 10 3 7 674 706 −32  
6 Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 10 2 8 707 799 −92  

Group D[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Israel Maccabi Electra 10 8 2 764 711 +53  
2 Spain Laboral Kutxa 10 6 4 767 754 +13 1–1 (+12)
3 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 10 6 4 740 729 +11 1–1 (–12)
4 Greece Panathinaikos 10 5 5 768 736 +32  
5 Serbia Crvena Zvezda 10 4 6 804 779 +25  
6 Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 10 1 9 686 820 −134  

Top 16[edit]

Regular season game between Nanterre and CSKA Moscow

The Top 16 began on January 2 and ended on April 11, 2014.

If teams were level on record at the end of the Top 16, tiebreakers were applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head record between teams still tied.
  3. Head-to-head point differential.
  4. Point differential during the Top 16.
  5. Points scored during the Top 16.
  6. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Top 16 match.
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advanced to Playoffs
     Eliminated

See the detailed group stage page for tiebreakers if two or more teams were equal on points.

Group E[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD
1 Spain FC Barcelona 14 12 2 1109 1009 +100
2 Italy EA7 Milano 14 10 4 1093 1011 +82
3 Greece Olympiacos 14 8 6 1058 996 +62
4 Greece Panathinaikos 14 7 7 961 958 +3
5 Spain Unicaja 14 6 8 1032 1063 −31
6 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 14 6 8 1078 1101 −23
7 Spain Laboral Kutxa 14 5 9 1061 1125 −64
8 Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 2 12 967 1096 −129

Group F[edit]


Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD
1 Russia CSKA Moscow 14 12 2 1167 1035 +132
2 Spain Real Madrid 14 11 3 1180 1037 +143
3 Israel Maccabi Electra 14 8 6 1115 1090 +25
4 Turkey Galatasaray 14 7 7 1072 1065 +7
5 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 14 7 7 1081 1098 −17
6 Germany Bayern Munich 14 5 9 1040 1102 −62
7 Serbia Partizan 14 4 10 954 1069 −115
8 Lithuania Žalgiris 14 2 12 1062 1182 −120

Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 1 hosted Games 1 and 2, plus Game 5 if necessary. Team 2 hosted Game 3, and Game 4 if necessary.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg 4th leg 5th leg
FC Barcelona Spain 3–0 Turkey Galatasaray 88–61 84–63 78–75
Real Madrid Spain 3–2 Greece Olympiacos 88–71 82–77 76–78 62–71 83–69
CSKA Moscow Russia 3–2 Greece Panathinaikos 77–74 77–51 59–65 72–73 74–44
EA7 Milano Italy 1–3 Israel Maccabi Electra 99–101 91–77 63–75 66–86

Final Four[edit]

Scene of the championship game at the Mediolanum Forum on 18 May

The Final Four was the last phase of the season and was held over a weekend. The semifinal games were played on 16 May, while the third place game and championship game were played on 18 May. The Final Four was held at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy.

Semifinals
16 May
Championship game
18 May
 Russia CSKA Moscow  67  
 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv  68  
 
     Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv   98
   Spain Real Madrid   86
Third place game
 Spain FC Barcelona  62  Russia CSKA Moscow   78
 Spain Real Madrid  100    Spain FC Barcelona  93

Attendances[edit]

Top 10[edit]

Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Sources
1 Top 16 1 Serbia Partizan Spain Real Madrid 21,374
2 Regular Season 1 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 19,000
3 Top 16 5 Greece Panathinaikos Spain FC Barcelona 18,500
4 Top 16 11 Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 17,500
5 Top 16 7 Greece Panathinaikos Greece Olympiacos 17,500
6 Top 16 3 Serbia Partizan Russia CSKA Moscow 16,523
7 Top 16 5 Serbia Partizan Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 15,565
8 Regular Season 8 Serbia Partizan Ukraine Budivelnyk 15,200
9 Quarter-finals 4 Greece Panathinaikos Russia CSKA Moscow 14,750
10 Regular Season 7 Spain Laboral Kutxa Greece Panathinaikos 14,196

Average home attendances[edit]

Pos Team GP Total High Low Average
1 Greece Panathinaikos 14 168,842 18,500 5,192 12,060
2 Serbia Partizan 12 150,931 21,374 7,500 12,578
3 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 12 137,753 12,968 3,230 11,313
4 Israel Maccabi Electra 14 154,580 11,060 10,800 11,041
5 Spain Laboral Kutxa 12 128,106 14,196 8,246 10,676
6 Spain Real Madrid 15 155,528 13,192 6,899 10,369
7 Lithuania Žalgiris 12 118,433 12,000 8,150 9,869
8 Serbia Crvena Zvezda 5 48,500 19,000 7,000 9,700
9 Greece Olympiacos 13 [14] 125,074 11,500 5,500 9,656
10 Italy EA7 Milano 14 125,264 12,331 4,630 8,947
11 Turkey Galatasaray 13 114,809 11,470 3,829 8,831
12 Germany Brose 5 34,000 6,800 6,800 6,800
13 Spain Unicaja 12 73,604 10,600 3,512 6,134
14 Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 5 30,350 8,450 3,350 6,070
15 Germany Bayern Munich 12 72,445 6,700 5,011 6,037
16 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 12 70,481 7,470 4,274 5,873
17 Italy Montepaschi Siena 5 27,549 6,755 4,020 5,510
18 Spain FC Barcelona 14 71,620 6,938 3,134 5,116
19 Russia CSKA Moscow 15 70,674 5,293 4,201 4,712
20 Turkey Anadolu Efes 12 55,311 8,078 2,080 4,609
21 France Strasbourg 5 22,715 6,150 3,340 4,543
22 France JSF Nanterre 5 21,000 4,500 3,000 4,200
23 Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 5 20,859 4,853 3,251 4,172
24 Ukraine Budivelnyk 5 19,800 5,600 1,500 3,960
  • Updated to games played on 25 April 2014

Source: Euroleague Basketball

Individual statistics[edit]

Rating[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rating PIR
1. United States Keith Langford Italy EA7 Milano 25 442 17.68
2. United States Malcolm Delaney Germany Bayern Munich 24 418 17.42
3. Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid 31 534 17.23

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. United States Keith Langford Italy EA7 Milano 25 439 17.56
2. United States Justin Dentmon Lithuania Žalgiris 24 403 16.79
3. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos 26 392 15.08

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. France Joffrey Lauvergne Serbia Partizan 24 207 8.63
2. Republic of Macedonia Richard Hendrix Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 23 167 7.26
3. Argentina Andrés Nocioni Spain Laboral Kutxa 21 138 6.57

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Greece Panathinaikos 29 180 6.21
2. Puerto Rico Carlos Arroyo Turkey Galatasaray 25 138 5.52
3. France Thomas Heurtel Spain Laboral Kutxa 21 111 5.29

Other statistics[edit]

Category Name Team Games Stat
Steals per game United States Jamon Gordon Turkey Anadolu Efes 21 2.00
Blocks per game United States Bryant Dunston Greece Olympiacos 29 1.31
Turnovers per game United States Justin Dentmon Lithuania Žalgiris 24 3.71
Fouls drawn per game United States Keith Langford Italy EA7 Milano 25 6.52
Minutes per game France Joffrey Lauvergne Serbia Partizan 24 32:19
2FG% Israel Alex Tyus Israel Maccabi Electra 27 0.723
3FG% Russia Valery Likhodey Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 21 0.546
FT% Montenegro Milko Bjelica Spain Laboral Kutxa
Turkey Anadolu Efes
22 0.931

Game highs[edit]

Category Name Team Stat
Rating Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Ukraine Budivelnyk 44
Points Argentina Andrés Nocioni Spain Laboral Kutxa 37
Rebounds United Kingdom Pops Mensah-Bonsu Turkey Galatasaray 16
Turkey Furkan Aldemir
Assists 7 occasions 11
Steals United States Ricky Minard Ukraine Budivelnyk 6
Blocks 3 occasions 6
Turnovers 4 occasions 8
Fouls Drawn United States Keith Langford Italy EA7 Milano 13

Awards[edit]

Euroleague 2013–14 MVP[edit]

Euroleague 2013–14 Final Four MVP[edit]

All-Euroleague Team 2013–14[edit]

[17]

All-Euroleague First Team Club Team All-Euroleague Second Team Club Team
Spain Sergio Rodríguez Spain Real Madrid Georgia (country) Ricky Hickman Israel Maccabi Electra
United States Keith Langford Italy EA7 Milano Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos
Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid Russia Victor Khryapa Russia CSKA Moscow
United States Sonny Weems Russia CSKA Moscow Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Real Madrid
Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona Gabon Stéphane Lasme Greece Panathinaikos

Top Scorer (Alphonso Ford Trophy)[edit]

Best Defender[edit]

Rising Star[edit]

Coach of the Year (Alexander Gomelsky Award)[edit]

MVP Weekly[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Real Madrid 27
2 Azerbaijan Nik Caner-Medley Spain Unicaja 29
3 United States Bryant Dunston Greece Olympiacos 33
4 United States DeMarcus Nelson Serbia Crvena Zvezda 31
5 United States Justin Dentmon Lithuania Žalgiris 32
6 Montenegro Vladimir Dragičević Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 32
7 Slovenia Boštjan Nachbar Spain FC Barcelona 31
8 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos 29
9 Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Ukraine Budivelnyk 44
10 Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 33

Top 16[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (2) Greece Olympiacos 39
2 Brazil Marcelinho Huertas Spain FC Barcelona 30
3 Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid 30
4 Croatia Krunoslav Simon Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 35
5 Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 31
6 United States Justin Dentmon (2) Lithuania Žalgiris 33
7 Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona 36
8 Croatia Ante Tomić (2) Spain FC Barcelona 40
9 Slovenia Zoran Dragić Spain Unicaja 30
10 United States Malcolm Delaney Germany Bayern Munich 24
11 Spain Rudy Fernández (2) Spain Real Madrid 33
12 United States Derrick Brown Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 34
13 Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Greece Panathinaikos 31
14 United States Justin Dentmon (3) Lithuania Žalgiris 40

Quarter-finals[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Georgia (country) Ricky Hickman Israel Maccabi Electra 36
2 Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Real Madrid 24
United States Curtis Jerrells Italy EA7 Milano
3 United States Bryant Dunston (2) Greece Olympiacos 32
4 United States Bryant Dunston (3) Greece Olympiacos 25
5 Russia Sasha Kaun Russia CSKA Moscow 29

MVP of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team
October 2013 Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Real Madrid
November 2013 United States Derrick Brown Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
December 2013 Greece Stratos Perperoglou Greece Olympiacos
January 2014 Serbia Nenad Krstić Russia CSKA Moscow
February 2014 Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona
March 2014 Croatia Ante Tomić (2) Spain FC Barcelona
April 2014 Israel Alex Tyus Israel Maccabi Electra

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ In-The-Game.org Euroleague three-year-ranking.
  2. ^ 2012–13 Euroleague bylaws
  3. ^ Euroleague three-year-ranking In-the-game.
  4. ^ Euroleague board awards two-year Turkish Airlines Euroleague license to EA7 Emporio Armani Milan Euroleague.net 20 June 2012
  5. ^ ECA Shareholders Meeting prepares to ring in the 2012-13 season Euroleague.net, July 5, 2012
  6. ^ Rome announces it will not play in Turkish Airlines Euroleague
  7. ^ ABA League – Clarification Regarding Clubs Participating in the 2013-14 Euroleague Euroleague.net 25 February 2013
  8. ^ Euroleague Basketball - ABA League Agreement on Access to the 2013-14 Euroleague Euroleague 5 March 2013
  9. ^ Red Star makes Euroleague
  10. ^ Partizan books ticket for next Euroleague
  11. ^ Euroleague agrees to VTB United League proposal
  12. ^ Евролига-2013/14: "Химкам" осталась надежда только на wild card
  13. ^ Eurocup changes format, expands to 48 teams for 2013-14 season; EurocupBasketball.com, 14 June 2013
  14. ^ Not included one closed-door game
  15. ^ Euroleague.net Rodríguez voted bwin MVP of the 2013-14 Turkish Airlines Euroleague.
  16. ^ Euroleague.net Rice is bwin MVP of 2014 Final Four.
  17. ^ 2012–13 All-Euroleague First and Second teams announced. Euroleague.net. Retrieved on 2013-05-06.
  18. ^ Euroleague.net Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy goes to Keith Langford, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan.
  19. ^ Euroleague.net Coaches vote Bryant Dunston of Olympiacos this season's Best Defender.
  20. ^ Euroleague.net Euroleague coaches choose Partizan's Bogdanovic for Rising Star Trophy.
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