2014–15 Euroleague

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Euroleague
Vista del Palacio de los Deportes.jpg
The Barclaycard Center in Madrid hosted the Final Four
Competition details
Season 2014–15
Teams 24
Games played 251
Dates 16 October 2014 – 17 May 2015
Final positions
Champions Spain Real Madrid
(9th title)
Runners-up Greece Olympiacos
Third place Russia CSKA Moscow
Fourth place Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker
Awards
MVP Serbia Nemanja Bjelica
Final Four MVP Argentina Andrés Nocioni
Best Defender United States Bryant Dunston
Rising Star Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović
Records
Biggest home win Valencia 103–65 Neptūnas
Biggest away win PGE Turów 65–104 Barcelona
Highest scoring Galatasaray 110–103 Crvena Zvezda
Highest attendance 18,733
(Crvena Zvezda 72–79 Real Madrid)
Lowest attendance 534
(UNICS 85–62 Dinamo Sassari)
Total attendance 2,013,305
Average attendance 8,184 Increase

The 2014–15 Turkish Airlines Euroleague was the 15th season of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball and the fifth under the title sponsorship of the Turkish Airlines. Including the competition's previous iteration as the FIBA Europe Champions Cup, this was the 58th season of the premier competition for European men's clubs.

The city of Madrid hosted the Final Four from May 15 to 17, 2015.[1]

Allocation[edit]

There were three routes to participation in the Euroleague:

  • The 12 teams with an A-Licence from the 2013–14 Euroleague, based on their Euroleague Club Ranking.[2]
  • The 2013–14 Eurocup winner was given a C-Licence.
  • The rest of the teams places were allocated from a list of 28 teams given a B-Licence ranked according to their European national basketball league rankings over the last year. 13 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. At least the first 9 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 licence 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 licence for one of the following reasons:[3]

  • 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 Spanish League, when the champion and/or the runner-up of the league were teams without an A licence. In that case, the A licence club with the lowest position would play in Eurocup in the next season. If that happened three times in five years, the A licence of the club would have been cancelled.

Euroleague allocation criteria[edit]

A licences[edit]

Classification after the 2013–14 Euroleague, including also the 2011–12 and the 2012–13 seasons.[4]

Rank Team Points
1. Russia CSKA Moscow 164
2. Spain FC Barcelona 163
3. Greece Olympiacos 154
4. Spain Real Madrid 148
5. Israel Maccabi Electra 141
6. Greece Panathinaikos 139
   
Rank Team Points
7. Turkey Anadolu Efes 105
8. Spain Unicaja 100
9. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 99
10. Spain Laboral Kutxa 97
11. Lithuania Žalgiris 95
12. Italy EA7 Milano 86
  • The A licence of EA7 Milano expired on June 2014, but Euroleague confirmed it as an A licensed team.[5]
  • Montepaschi Siena did not play in the Euroleague, due to financial troubles.[6]

B licences[edit]

B licences could be given to every team without an A licence. If in the allocation appeared a team with A licence, the next team in the criteria would receive the B licence, which qualified directly to the Regular Season.[7]

Key to colors
     A licensed teams
     B licensed teams
     Wild cards
     Teams qualified for the Qualifying Round
Team Pos.
1. Spain FC Barcelona 1st
2. Russia CSKA Moscow 1st
3. Italy EA7 Milano 1st
4. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 1st
5. Lithuania Žalgiris 1st
6. Greece Panathinaikos 1st
7. France Limoges 1st
8. Germany Bayern Munich 1st
9. Croatia Cibona (withdrew)[8] 1st
10. Poland PGE Turów Zgorzelec 1st
11. Croatia Cedevita 2nd
12. Spain Real Madrid 2nd
13. Russia Nizhny Novgorod 2nd
14. Italy Montepaschi Siena (withdrew) 2nd
   
Team Pos.
15. Turkey Galatasaray[9][10] 2nd
16. Lithuania Neptūnas[11] 2nd
17. Greece Olympiacos 2nd
18. France Strasbourg 2nd
19. Germany Alba Berlin 2nd
20. Serbia Crvena Zvezda 3rd
21. Ukraine Budivelnyk (withdrew) 1st
22. Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk 1st
23. Belgium Telenet Oostende 1st
24. Israel Maccabi Electra 1st
25. Bulgaria Levski Sofia (rejected)[12] 1st
26. Latvia Ventspils 1st
27. United Kingdom Worcester Wolves 1st
28. Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 2nd

Notes:

  • Teams from Serbia and Croatia qualified through ABA League, and not through their national leagues.

C licence, replacements and wildcards[edit]

To the regular season
To the qualifying rounds

Teams[edit]

The participating teams for the season were announced on June 25, 2014.[13] The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round (TH: Euroleague title holders):

  • A: Qualified through an A–licence
  • 1st, 2nd, etc.: League position after Playoffs
  • QR: Qualifying rounds
  • WC: Wild card
  • EC: Champion of the 2013–14 Eurocup
Regular season
Spain FC Barcelona (A) Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker (A) Germany Bayern Munich (1st) Lithuania Žalgiris (A)
Spain Real Madrid (A) Turkey Galatasaray Liv Hospital (2nd) Germany ALBA Berlin (WC) Lithuania Neptūnas (2nd)
Spain Unicaja (A) Turkey Anadolu Efes (A) Greece Panathinaikos (A) France Limoges (1st)
Spain Caja Laboral (A) Russia CSKA Moscow (A) Greece Olympiacos (A) Israel Maccabi ElectraTH (A)
Spain Valencia (EC) Russia Nizhny Novgorod (2nd) Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milano (A) Serbia Crvena zvezda (WC)
Poland PGE Turów Zgorzelec (1st) Croatia Cedevita (2nd) Italy Banco di Sardegna Sassari (WC)
Qualifying rounds
France SIG Strasbourg (2nd) Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk (1st) Belgium Telenet Oostende (1st) Russia UNICS (WC)
France ASVEL (WC) Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra (2nd) Latvia VEF Rīga (2nd) Israel Hapoel Jerusalem (WC)

Qualifying rounds[edit]

Eight teams participated in a single-venue tournament format that took place in Ostend, Belgium, from 23 to 26 September.[14] The winner advanced to the Euroleague regular season.[15]

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3
         
1 Russia UNICS 90
4 Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 86
1 Russia UNICS 82
2 Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 71
2 Israel Hapoel Jerusalem 94
3 Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk 84
1 Russia UNICS 88
2 France ASVEL 79
2 France ASVEL 86
3 Belgium Telenet Oostend 77
2 France ASVEL 74
4 France Strasbourg 65
1 Latvia VEF Rīga 53
4 France Strasbourg 82

Squads[edit]

Draw[edit]

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 or league could not be drawn together in the same Regular Season group. In brackets, the points in the Club Ranking. Following the Eurocup bylaws, the lowest possible position that any club from that country or league could occupy in the draw was calculated by adding the results of the worst performing team from each league.

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

Russia CSKA Moscow
Spain FC Barcelona
Greece Olympiacos
Spain Real Madrid

Israel Maccabi Electra
Greece Panathinaikos
Spain Valencia
Turkey Anadolu Efes

Spain Unicaja
Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker
Spain Laboral Kutxa
Lithuania Žalgiris

Germany Alba Berlin
Turkey Galatasaray
Italy EA7 Milano
Russia Nizhny Novgorod

Serbia Crvena Zvezda
Croatia Cedevita
Germany Bayern Munich
Italy Dinamo Sassari

Poland PGE Turów
Lithuania Neptūnas
France Limoges
Russia UNICS ^

Notes:

  • † indicates teams with points applying the minimum for the league they play.
  • ^ indicates team qualified through the qualifying rounds

Regular season[edit]

The regular season was played between October 16 and December 19.

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 game.
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advanced to
     Bottom two teams in each group entered 2014–15 Eurocup Last 32 round

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Spain Real Madrid 10 8 2 873 775 +98  
2 Turkey Anadolu Efes 10 6 4 723 696 +27  
3 Lithuania Žalgiris 10 5 5 714 709 +5 3–1
4 Russia Nizhny Novgorod 10 5 5 764 823 −59 2–2
5 Russia UNICS 10 5 5 751 721 +30 1–3
6 Italy Dinamo Sassari 10 1 9 758 859 −101  

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Russia CSKA Moscow 10 10 0 880 718 +162  
2 Israel Maccabi Electra 10 7 3 797 783 +14  
3 Spain Unicaja 10 4 6 763 757 +6 1–1 (+2)
4 Germany Alba Berlin 10 4 6 762 791 −29 1–1 (–2)
5 Croatia Cedevita 10 3 7 740 789 −49  
6 France Limoges 10 2 8 702 806 −104  

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Spain FC Barcelona 10 9 1 861 738 +123  
2 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 10 8 2 843 787 +56  
3 Greece Panathinaikos 10 5 5 768 743 +25 1–1 (+25)
4 Italy EA7 Milano 10 5 5 775 795 −20 1–1 (–25)
5 Germany Bayern Munich 10 2 8 806 866 −60  
6 Poland PGE Turów 10 1 9 773 897 −124  

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Greece Olympiacos 10 8 2 748 711 +37  
2 Serbia Crvena Zvezda 10 6 4 784 728 +56  
3 Spain Laboral Kutxa 10 5 5 803 798 +5  
4 Turkey Galatasaray Liv Hospital 10 4 6 803 818 −15 1–1 (+16)
5 Lithuania Neptūnas 10 4 6 763 857 −94 1–1 (–16)
6 Spain Valencia 10 3 7 775 764 +11  

Top 16[edit]

The Top 16 began on December 30 and ended on April 10, 2015.

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 between teams still tied.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Top 16.
  4. Points scored during the Top 16.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Top 16 game.
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 are equal on points.

Group E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Spain Real Madrid 14 11 3 1224 1032 +192 1–1 (+19)
2 Spain FC Barcelona 14 11 3 1149 1062 +87 1–1 (–19)
3 Israel Maccabi Electra 14 9 5 1071 1072 −1  
4 Greece Panathinaikos 14 7 7 1048 1022 +26 1–1 (+4)
5 Germany Alba Berlin 14 7 7 976 1031 −55 1–1 (–4)
6 Lithuania Žalgiris 14 5 9 1004 1075 −71  
7 Serbia Crvena Zvezda 14 4 10 1025 1059 −34  
8 Turkey Galatasaray 14 2 12 1023 1167 −144  

Group F[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Tie
1 Russia CSKA Moscow 14 12 2 1227 1114 +113  
2 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 14 11 3 1126 1033 +93  
3 Greece Olympiacos 14 10 4 1075 1007 +68  
4 Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 6 8 1102 1132 −30 1–1 (+2)
5 Spain Laboral Kutxa 14 6 8 1155 1164 −9 1–1 (–2)
6 Italy EA7 Milano 14 4 10 1083 1193 −110 2–0
7 Spain Unicaja 14 4 10 1079 1140 −61 0–2
8 Russia Nizhny Novgorod 14 3 11 1121 1185 −64  

Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4
Real Madrid Spain 3–1 Turkey Anadolu Efes 80–71 90–85 72–75 76–63
CSKA Moscow Russia 3–1 Greece Panathinaikos 93–66 100–80 85–86 74–55
FC Barcelona Spain 1–3 Greece Olympiacos 73–57 63–76 71–73 68–71
Fenerbahçe Ülker Turkey 3–0 Israel Maccabi Electra 80–72 82–67 75–74

Final Four[edit]

The Final Four was the last stage of the Euroleague, consisting of the four winners from the quarterfinals. The semifinal games were played on 15 May, while the third place game and championship game were played on 17 May 2015. The Final Four was hosted by the Barclaycard Center in Madrid, Spain.

Semifinals
15 May
Championship game
17 May
 Spain Real Madrid  96  
 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker  87  
 
     Spain Real Madrid  78
   Greece Olympiacos  59
Third place game
 Russia CSKA Moscow  68  Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker  80
 Greece Olympiacos  70    Russia CSKA Moscow  86

Attendances[edit]

Average home attendances[edit]

Pos Team GP Total High Low Average
1 Serbia Crvena Zvezda 11 159,309 18,733 5,908 14,483
2 Greece Panathinaikos 14 177,418 16,033 8,165 12,672
3 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 14 164,449 13,013 8,559 11,746
4 Israel Maccabi Electra 13 143,780 11,060 11,060 11,060
5 Germany Alba Berlin 12 123,561 14,133 8,226 10,296
6 Lithuania Žalgiris 12 121,835 14,382 4,795 10,153
7 Spain Laboral Kutxa 12 117,882 12,619 7,689 9,824
8 Greece Olympiacos 14 125,907 11,653 6,039 8,993
9 Spain Real Madrid 14 123,902 12,662 7,806 8,850
10 Italy EA7 Milano 12 98,703 10,169 6,344 8,225
11 Turkey Galatasaray 8 60,512 11,312 3,138 7,564
12 Spain Unicaja 12 87,893 8,891 5,237 7,324
13 Spain FC Barcelona 14 94,103 8,529 5,162 6,721
14 Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 85,495 10,174 2,529 6,106
15 Germany Bayern Munich 5 30,135 6,688 5,047 6,027
16 Spain Valencia 5 30,069 8,500 3,005 6,014
17 Lithuania Neptūnas 5 27,348 5,669 5,309 5,470
18 Russia CSKA Moscow 14 65,509 5,349 4,369 4,679
19 France Limoges 5 23,292 5,080 4,356 4,658
20 Italy Dinamo Sassari 5 18,901 4,483 3,068 3,780
21 Croatia Cedevita 5 18,811 4,091 3,288 3,762
22 Russia UNICS 5 14,490 3,876 534 2,898
23 Russia Nizhny Novgorod 12 27,740 3,393 1,492 2,312
24 Poland PGE Turów 5 9,744 3,217 709 1,949
  • Updated on 5 May 2015 (ALL GAMES PLAYED)

Source: Euroleague Basketball

Top 10[edit]

Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Ref
1 Top 16 1 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Spain Real Madrid 18,733 [4]
2 Regular Season 4 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Greece Olympiacos 18,732 [5]
3 Top 16 11 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Spain FC Barcelona 18,450 [6]
4 Top 16 6 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Lithuania Žalgiris 18,382 [7]
5 Top 16 3 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Turkey Galatasaray 17,821 [8]
6 Regular Season 1 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Turkey Galatasaray 16,834 [9]
7 Top 16 9 Greece Panathinaikos Spain FC Barcelona 16,033 [10]
8 Play Off 27 Greece Panathinaikos Russia CSKA Moscow 16,000 [11]
9 Top 16 11 Greece Panathinaikos Spain Real Madrid 14,766 [12]
10 Regular Season 3 Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 14,480 [13]

Individual statistics[edit]

Rating[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rating PIR
1. Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 24 616 25.67
2. Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod 21 442 21.05
3. Belarus Artsiom Parakhouski Russia Nizhny Novgorod 23 426 18.52

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod 21 397 18.90
2. United States Andrew Goudelock Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 29 493 17.00
3. Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 24 398 16.58

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 24 256 10.67
2. Serbia Nemanja Bjelica Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 29 246 8.48
3. United States Trey Thompkins Russia Nizhny Novgorod 23 187 8.13

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 24 168 7.00
2. France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes 28 179 6.39
3. United States Marcus Williams Serbia Crvena Zvezda 24 146 6.08

Other statistics[edit]

Category Name Team Games Stat
Steals per game United States Tarence Kinsey Russia Nizhny Novgorod 17 1.59
Blocks per game Belarus Artsiom Parakhouski Russia Nizhny Novgorod 23 1.96
Turnovers per game Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 24 3.67
Fouls drawn per game United States Jamel McLean Germany Alba Berlin 21 5.81
Minutes per game United States Jeremy Pargo Israel Maccabi Electra 27 31:59
2FG% Turkey Semih Erden Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 25 0.758
3FG% United States Demetris Nichols Russia CSKA Moscow 27 0.575
FT% Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod 21 0.925

Game highs[edit]

Category Name Team Stat
Rating Jamaica Samardo Samuels Italy EA7 Milano 47
Points Jamaica Samardo Samuels Italy EA7 Milano 36
Rebounds Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 17
Assists United States Marcus Williams Serbia Crvena Zvezda 17
Steals Israel Yogev Ohayon Israel Maccabi Electra 8
Blocks Israel Alex Tyus Israel Maccabi Electra 6
United States Brian Randle
Turnovers France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes 8
Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod
Fouls Drawn 3 occasions 12

Awards[edit]

Euroleague MVP[edit]

Euroleague Final Four MVP[edit]

All-Euroleague Teams[edit]

First Team[17] Second Team[17]
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow
Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow United States Andrew Goudelock Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker
Serbia Nemanja Bjelica Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid
Spain Felipe Reyes Spain Real Madrid United States Devin Smith Israel Maccabi Electra
Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona

Top Scorer (Alphonso Ford Trophy)[edit]

Best Defender[edit]

Rising Star[edit]

MVP of the Week[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena Zvezda 30
2 United States Andrew Goudelock Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 30
3 Azerbaijan Jaycee Carroll Spain Real Madrid 37
4 United States James Anderson Lithuania Žalgiris 38
5 United States Andrew Goudelock (2) Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 40
6 Serbia Zoran Erceg Turkey Galatasaray 41
7 Serbia Boban Marjanović (2) Serbia Crvena Zvezda 36
8 Israel D'or Fischer Russia UNICS 43
9 Serbia Duško Savanović Germany Bayern Munich 37
10 Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Real Madrid 31

Top 16[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod 32
2 Spain Felipe Reyes Spain Real Madrid 29
United States Brian Randle Israel Maccabi Electra 29
3 France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 34
4 Belarus Artsiom Parakhouski Russia Nizhny Novgorod 37
5 Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona 34
6 Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid 38
7 France Nando de Colo (2) Russia CSKA Moscow 29
8 Jamaica Samardo Samuels Italy EA7 Milano 47
9 United States Reggie Redding Germany Alba Berlin 36
10 Croatia Ante Tomić (2) Spain FC Barcelona 35
11 Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 32
12 Italy Alessandro Gentile Italy EA7 Milano 30
13 United States Alex Renfroe Germany Alba Berlin 28
14 United States Devin Smith Israel Maccabi Electra 28
Serbia Boban Marjanović (3) Serbia Crvena Zvezda 28

Quarter-finals[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid 29
2 Greece Georgios Printezis Greece Olympiacos 34
3 Greece Nikos Pappas Greece Panathinaikos 31
4 Russia Andrei Kirilenko Russia CSKA Moscow 27

MVP of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team Ref.
October 2014 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos [18]
November 2014 Croatia Dario Šarić Turkey Anadolu Efes [19]
December 2014 United States Devin Smith Israel Maccabi Electra [20]
January 2015 France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow [21]
February 2015 Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid [22]
March 2015 Serbia Nemanja Bjelica Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker [23]
April 2015 Greece Georgios Printezis Greece Olympiacos [24]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Madrid to host 2015 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four; Euroleague.net, 17 May 2014
  2. ^ In-The-Game.org Euroleague three-year-ranking.
  3. ^ 2012–13 Euroleague bylaws
  4. ^ ULEB Ranking, EŭroKorbo.tk
  5. ^ 2014–15 Turkish Airlines Euroleague licence allocation criteria; Euroleague.net, 4 June 2014
  6. ^ Siena will not play neither in Serie A nor in Euroleague next season; Sportando, 16 June 2014
  7. ^ ECA Shareholders Meeting ushers in new season Euroleague.net, July 3, 2013
  8. ^ [1]; Cibona withdrews from Euroleague, Crvena Zvezda to take its spot!, 22 June 2014
  9. ^ [2]; Galatasaray Euroleague'de, 21 June 2014
  10. ^ [3]; Galatasaray Euroleague'de, 21 June 2014
  11. ^ Klaipėdos „Neptūnui“ kelias į Eurolygą - atviras; Lietuvos Rytas, 16 June 2014
  12. ^ VEF Riga to play Turkish Airlines Euroleague Qualifying Rounds; Euroleague, 3 July 2014
  13. ^ ECA board approves 2014-15 teams, steps toward comprehensive competition model; Euroleague.net, 25 June 2014.
  14. ^ Ostend to host Turkish Airlines Euroleague Qualifying Rounds in September; Euroleague, 10 July 2014
  15. ^ ECA board approves 2014-15 teams, steps toward comprehensive competition model; Euroleague.net, 25 June 2014
  16. ^ Euroleague.net 2014-15 bwin MVP: Nemanja Bjelica, Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul
  17. ^ a b All-Euroleague First and Second teams announced. Euroleague.net. Retrieved on 2015-05-08.
  18. ^ bwin MVP for October: Vassilis Spanoulis, Olympiacos Piraeus
  19. ^ bwin MVP for November: Dario Saric, Anadolu Efes Istanbul
  20. ^ bwin MVP for December: Devin Smith, Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv
  21. ^ bwin MVP for January: Nando de Colo, CSKA Moscow
  22. ^ bwin MVP for February: Rudy Fernández, Real Madrid
  23. ^ bwin MVP for March: Nemanja Bjelica, Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul
  24. ^ http://www.euroleague.net/news/i/5wxcqn9jryt87p8p bwin MVP for April: Georgios Printezis, Olympiacos Piraeus