2018–19 EuroCup Basketball

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7DAYS EuroCup1
Competition details
Season 2018–19
Teams 24
Games played 186
Final positions
Champions Spain Valencia Basket (4th Title)
Runners-up Germany Alba Berlin
Semifinalists Russia UNICS
Spain MoraBanc Andorra
Awards
MVP United States Luke Sikma
Finals MVP Georgia (country) Will Thomas
Coach of the Year Spain Aíto García Reneses
Rising Star Lithuania Martynas Echodas
Records
Biggest home win Crvena zvezda 103–67 Brescia
(12 December 2018)
Biggest away win Trento 60–93 Zenit
(17 October 2018)
Highest scoring Alba Berlin 102–109 Cedevita
(14 November 2018)
Winning streak 15 games
Valencia Basket
Losing streak 10 games
Fiat Torino
Highest attendance 12,945
Alba Berlin 95–92 Valencia Basket
(12 April 2019)
Lowest attendance 602
Skyliners 74–91 Lokomotiv Kuban
(8 January 2019)
Attendance 717,245 (3,856 per match)
All statistics correct as of 16 April 2019.
1 Sponsored name, referring to 7DAYS.

The 2018–19 EuroCup Basketball season, also known as 7DAYS EuroCup for sponsorship reasons, is the 17th season of Europe's secondary level professional club basketball tournament, organised by Euroleague Basketball. It is the 11th season since it was renamed from the ULEB Cup to the EuroCup, and the third season under the title sponsorship name of 7DAYS.

Team allocation[edit]

A total of 24 teams participate in the 2018–19 EuroCup Basketball.[1]

Distribution[edit]

The table below shows the default access list.[1]

Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
Regular season
(24 teams)
Top 16
(16 teams)
  • 4 group winners from the regular season
  • 4 group runners-up from the regular season
  • 4 group third-placed teams from the regular season
  • 4 group fourth-placed teams from the regular season
Playoffs
(8 teams)
  • 4 group winners from the Top 16
  • 4 group runners-up from the Top 16

Teams[edit]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:[1][2][3]

  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.: League position after Playoffs
  • WC: Wild card
Regular season
Serbia Crvena zvezda mts (2nd)[Note ABA] France LDLC ASVEL (WC) Italy Fiat Torino (WC) Spain Valencia Basket (5th)
Croatia Cedevita (3rd)[Note ABA] Germany Alba Berlin (2nd) Lithuania Rytas (2nd) Spain MoraBanc Andorra (6th)[Note ESP]
Montenegro Mornar (4th)[Note ABA] Germany Fraport Skyliners (8th) Poland Arka Gdynia (11th) Spain Unicaja (7th)
Serbia Partizan NIS (WC)[Note ABA] Germany ratiopharm Ulm (WC) Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg (3rd) Turkey Tofaş (2nd)
France Monaco (2nd)[Note FRA] Italy Dolomiti Energia Trento (2nd) Russia UNICS (4th) Turkey Galatasaray (9th)
France Limoges (4th) Italy Germani Brescia Leonessa (4th) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban (5th) Turkey Türk Telekom (WC)
Notes
  1. ^ ABA League (ABA): Crvena zvezda mts, Cedevita, Mornar and Partizan NIS qualified through the ABA League.
  2. ^ Spain (ESP): MoraBanc Andorra is a club based in Andorra (which does not qualify for European competitions), but participate in European competitions through one of the berths for Spain (any coefficient points they earn count toward Spain).
  3. ^ France (FRA): Monaco are a club based in Monaco (which does not qualify for European competitions), but participated in European competitions through one of the berths for France (any coefficient points they earn count toward France).

Round and draw dates[edit]

The schedule of the competition is as follows.[4][5]

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg Third leg
Regular season Round 1 5 July 2018 2–3 October 2018
Round 2 9–10 October 2018
Round 3 16–17 October 2018
Round 4 23–24 October 2018
Round 5 30–31 October 2018
Round 6 6–7 November 2018
Round 7 13–14 November 2018
Round 8 20–21 November 2018
Round 9 11–12 December 2018
Round 10 18–19 December 2018
Top 16 Round 1 2–3 January 2019
Round 2 8–9 January 2019
Round 3 15–16 January 2019
Round 4 22–23 January 2019
Round 5 29–30 January 2019
Round 6 5–6 February 2019
Playoffs Quarterfinals 5 March 2019 8 March 2019 13 March 2019
Semifinals 19 March 2019 22 March 2019 27 March 2019
Finals 9 April 2019 12 April 2019 15 April 2019

Draw[edit]

The draw was held on 5 July 2018 at the Mediapro Auditorium in Barcelona.[5]

The 24 teams were drawn into four groups of six, with the restriction that teams from the same country could not be drawn against each other. For this purpose, Adriatic League worked as only one country. For the draw, the teams were seeded into six pots, in accordance with the Club Ranking, based on their performance in European competitions during a three-year period and the lowest possible position that any club from that league can occupy in the draw is calculated by adding the results of the worst performing team from each league.[5]

Pot 1
Team Pts
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 138
Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 134
Spain Unicaja 123
Spain Valencia Basket 120
Pot 2
Team Pts
Turkey Galatasaray 112
Russia UNICS 109
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 96
Croatia Cedevita 81
Pot 3
Team Pts
Italy Dolomiti Energia Trento 76
Italy Fiat Torino 76
Italy Germani Brescia Leonessa 76
Germany Alba Berlin 75
Pot 4
Team Pts
Turkey Tofaş 71
Turkey Türk Telekom 71
Lithuania Rytas 59
Germany ratiopharm Ulm 53
Pot 5
Team Pts
France Limoges 51
Spain MoraBanc Andorra 50
Germany Fraport Skyliners 44
Serbia Partizan NIS 33
Pot 6
Team Pts
Montenegro Mornar 33
Poland Arka Gdynia 31
France LDLC ASVEL 28
France Monaco 24
Notes
^† Indicates teams with points applying the minimum for the league they play.

The fixtures were decided after the draw, using a computer draw not shown to public, with the following match sequence:[5]

Note: Positions for scheduling do not use the seeding pots, e.g., Team 1 is not necessarily the team from Pot 1 in the draw.

Round Matches
Round 1 6 v 3, 4 v 2, 5 v 1
Round 2 1 v 6, 2 v 5, 3 v 4
Round 3 6 v 4, 5 v 3, 1 v 2
Round 4 6 v 2, 3 v 1, 4 v 5
Round 5 5 v 6, 1 v 4, 2 v 3
Round Matches
Round 6 1 v 5, 2 v 4, 3 v 6
Round 7 4 v 3, 5 v 2, 6 v 1
Round 8 2 v 1, 3 v 5, 4 v 6
Round 9 5 v 4, 1 v 3, 2 v 6
Round 10 3 v 2, 4 v 1, 6 v 5

There were scheduling restrictions: for example, teams from the same city in general are not scheduled to play at home on the same round (to avoid them playing at home on the same day or on consecutive days, due to logistics and crowd control).[5]

Regular season[edit]

Location of teams of the 2018–19 EuroCup regular season.
Red pog.svg Red: Group A; Green pog.svg Green: Group B; Blue pog.svg Blue: Group C; Yellow pog.svg Yellow: Group D.

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The group winners, runners-up, third-placed teams and fourth-placed teams advanced to the Top 16, while the fifth-placed teams and sixth-placed teams were eliminated. The rounds were 2–3 October, 9–10 October, 16–17 October, 23–24 October, 30–31 October, 6–7 November, 13–14 November, 20–21 November, 11–12 December, and 18–19 December 2018.

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification MON AND CZV ULM BRE GAL
1 France Monaco 10 7 3 796 757 +39 Advance to Top 16 81–73 63–66 84–81 80–86 76–71
2 Spain MoraBanc Andorra 10 6 4 852 834 +18 87–80 91–80 103–95 110–91 95–87
3 Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 10 6 4 825 768 +57 75–91 85–79 88–73 103–67 87–57
4 Germany ratiopharm Ulm 10 5 5 824 827 −3 65–75 88–80 95–80 83–82 103–92
5 Italy Germani Brescia Leonessa 10 3 7 780 842 −62 68–80 73–79 69–61 80–97 88–65
6 Turkey Galatasaray 10 3 7 761 810 −49 85–86 84–73 83–100 77–69 84–76
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification LOK ALB CED LIM TOF ARK
1 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 10 9 1 847 757 +90 Advance to Top 16 75–83 80–76 82–64 95–72 96–72
2 Germany Alba Berlin 10 7 3 883 835 +48 82–92 102–109 84–76 107–91 82–68
3 Croatia Cedevita 10 5 5 853 831 +22 81–85 75–73 91–71 92–96 94–87
4 France Limoges 10 4 6 818 846 −28 64–72 93–102 82–68 89–81 103–87
5 Turkey Tofaş 10 4 6 891 908 −17 99–105 101–106 94–89 92–98 96–79
6 Poland Arka Gdynia 10 1 9 755 870 −115 73–80 64–76 61–78 87–78 77–87
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification VBC ASV PAR ZEN TTA TRE
1 Spain Valencia Basket 10 8 2 846 759 +87 Advance to Top 16 84–62 79–71 97–89 101–83 87–66
2 France LDLC ASVEL 10 7 3 781 732 +49 73–69 75–78 89–68 84–63 75–61
3 Serbia Partizan NIS 10 4 6 756 771 −15 61–69 78–89 89–82 87–72 76–71
4 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 10 4 6 840 823 +17 104–93 81–84 75–71 91–80 99–102
5 Turkey Türk Telekom 10 4 6 766 819 −53 67–72 78–83 77–72 81–75 84–77
6 Italy Dolomiti Energia Trento 10 3 7 745 830 −85 83–95 79–77 82–73 60–93 77–81
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification UNK UNI FSK RYT MOR TOR
1 Russia UNICS 10 9 1 846 750 +96 Advance to Top 16 87–84 83–80 86–73 90–73 92–78
2 Spain Unicaja 10 8 2 897 788 +109 82–80 91–64 95–76 111–76 89–68
3 Germany Fraport Skyliners 10 6 4 767 762 +5 65–72 78–84 65–63 98–75 88–85
4 Lithuania Rytas 10 5 5 769 776 −7 81–87 80–72 61–70 71–67 86–79
5 Montenegro Mornar 10 2 8 772 905 −133 74–97 85–96 83–87 69–92 86–83
6 Italy Fiat Torino 10 0 10 800 870 −70 72–82 104–105 75–85 96–101 80–84
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Top 16[edit]

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The group winners and runners-up advanced to the Playoffs, while the third-placed teams and fourth-placed teams were eliminated. The rounds were 2–3 January, 8–9 January, 15–16 January, 22–23 January, 29–30 January, and 5–6 February 2019.

Group E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification ALB RYT MON PAR
1 Germany Alba Berlin 6 5 1 487 451 +36 Advance to quarterfinals 87–85 83–74 97–74
2 Lithuania Rytas 6 3 3 482 460 +22 86–94 90–68 80–74
3 France Monaco 6 2 4 418 457 −39 61–75 75–70 68–71
4 Serbia Partizan NIS 6 2 4 442 461 −19 78–66 77–78 68–72
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group F[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification ASV LOK ULM FSK
1 France LDLC ASVEL 6 5 1 445 411 +34 Advance to quarterfinals 72–61 93–89 75–52
2 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 6 4 2 474 423 +51 65–67 88–76 84–58
3 Germany ratiopharm Ulm 6 3 3 485 464 +21 86–68 81–84 70–63
4 Germany Fraport Skyliners 6 0 6 368 474 −106 58–70 69–92 68–83
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group G[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification VBC UNI CZV LIM
1 Spain Valencia Basket 6 6 0 501 458 +43 Advance to quarterfinals 85–74 92–76 91–84
2 Spain Unicaja 6 3 3 468 485 −17 69–72 79–74 79–72
3 Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 6 2 4 490 485 +5 81–82 105–89 83–71
4 France Limoges 6 1 5 450 481 −31 74–79 77–78 72–71
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group H[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification UNK AND ZEN CED
1 Russia UNICS 6 5 1 507 426 +81 Advance to quarterfinals 72–53 68–67 105–70
2 Spain MoraBanc Andorra 6 5 1 479 459 +20 86–80 86–74 87–81
3 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 6 2 4 456 475 −19 67–82 71–80 98–84
4 Croatia Cedevita 6 0 6 474 556 −82 83–100 81–87 75–79
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Playoffs[edit]

In the playoffs, teams play against each other must win two games to win the series. Thus, if one team wins two games before all three games have been played, the game that remains is omitted. The team that finished in the higher Top 16 place will play the first and the third (if it is necessary) legs of the series at home. The playoffs involves the eight teams which qualified as winners and runners-up of each of the four groups in the Top 16.

Bracket[edit]

 
SemifinalsFinals
 
                
 
 
 
 
Spain Valencia Basket7571
 
 
 
Lithuania Rytas6456
 
Spain Valencia Basket6979
 
 
 
Russia UNICS6473
 
Russia UNICS865969
 
 
 
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban666865
 
Spain Valencia Basket899289
 
 
 
Germany Alba Berlin759563
 
Germany Alba Berlin9010179
 
 
 
Spain Unicaja918175
 
Germany Alba Berlin10287
 
 
 
Spain MoraBanc Andorra9781
 
France LDLC ASVEL797980
 
 
Spain MoraBanc Andorra759882
 

Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Alba Berlin Germany 2–1 Spain Unicaja 90–91 101–81 79–75
LDLC ASVEL France 1–2 Spain MoraBanc Andorra 79–75 79–98 80–82
Valencia Basket Spain 2–0 Lithuania Rytas 75–64 71–56
UNICS Russia 2–1 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 86–66 59–68 69–65

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Alba Berlin Germany 2–0 Spain MoraBanc Andorra 102–97 87–81
Valencia Basket Spain 2–0 Russia UNICS 69–64 79–73

Finals[edit]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Valencia Basket Spain 2–1 Germany Alba Berlin 89–75 92–95 89–63

Attendances[edit]

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Germany Alba Berlin 96,555 12,945 6,322 8,046 +3.7%
2 Spain Valencia Basket 81,454 8,014 5,519 6,788 +0.5%1
3 Serbia Partizan NIS 48,183 6,464 5,250 6,023 +219.4%
4 Spain Unicaja 49,195 9,650 2,795 5,466 −24.8%1
5 France LDLC ASVEL 52,829 5,560 4,732 5,283 −1.0%
6 Lithuania Rytas 46,188 8,421 3,246 5,132 −15.4%
7 Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 40,084 5,898 2,896 5,011 −20.2%1
8 France Limoges 31,775 4,527 3,510 3,972 −1.5%
9 Turkey Türk Telekom 18,485 6,453 1,987 3,697 n/a
10 Russia UNICS 40,456 6,193 2,315 3,678 −0.5%
11 Germany ratiopharm Ulm 26,271 4,142 2,954 3,284 +3.0%
12 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 24,940 4,617 1,750 3,118 −22.6%
13 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 27,193 4,262 1,853 3,021 −29.7%
14 Spain MoraBanc Andorra 29,775 4,121 1,874 2,878 −8.0%
15 Italy Germani Brescia Leonessa 12,805 4,166 1,880 2,561 n/a
16 Italy Fiat Torino 12,205 3,430 1,558 2,441 −7.0%
17 Turkey Tofaş 11,424 2,465 2,061 2,285 −27.8%
18 Turkey Galatasaray 9,708 2,740 1,102 1,942 +57.5%1
19 Italy Dolomiti Energia Trento 8,787 1,969 1,620 1,757 +6.1%
20 France Monaco 13,841 2,008 1,525 1,730 n/a
21 Poland Arka Gdynia 7,708 2,049 1,287 1,542 n/a
22 Montenegro Mornar 7,264 1,859 1,030 1,453 n/a
23 Croatia Cedevita 11,399 2,155 1,060 1,425 +21.8%
24 Germany Fraport Skyliners 8,721 2,003 602 1,090 n/a
League total 717,245 12,945 602 3,856 +3.4%

Source: EuroCup
Notes:
1: 2017–18 season average applied to EuroLeague games

Awards[edit]

7DAYS EuroCup MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
United States Luke Sikma Germany Alba Berlin [6]

7DAYS EuroCup Finals MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
Georgia (country) Will Thomas Spain Valencia Basket [7]

All–7DAYS EuroCup Teams[edit]

All–7DAYS EuroCup First Team All–7DAYS EuroCup Second Team Ref
Player Team Player Team
France Andrew Albicy Spain MoraBanc Andorra United States Pierriá Henry Russia UNICS [8][9]
United States Errick McCollum Russia UNICS Belgium Sam Van Rossom Spain Valencia Basket
Lithuania Rokas Giedraitis Germany Alba Berlin Jamaica Dylan Ennis Spain MoraBanc Andorra
United States Luke Sikma Germany Alba Berlin France Mathias Lessort Spain Unicaja
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Spain Valencia Basket Croatia Miro Bilan France LDLC ASVEL

Coach of the Year[edit]

Player Team Ref.
Spain Aíto García Reneses Germany Alba Berlin [10]

Rising Star[edit]

Player Team Ref.
Lithuania Martynas Echodas Lithuania Rytas [11]

Regular Season MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
United States Pierriá Henry Russia UNICS [12]

Top 16 MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Spain Valencia Basket [13]

Quarterfinals MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
United States Peyton Siva Germany Alba Berlin [14]

Semifinals MVP[edit]

Player Team Ref.
United States Peyton Siva Germany Alba Berlin [15]

MVP of the Round[edit]

Regular Season
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1 Senegal Maurice Ndour Russia UNICS 41 [16]
2 Cameroon Kenny Kadji Turkey Tofaş 34 [17]
3 Georgia (country) Giorgi Shermadini Spain Unicaja 34 [18]
United States Raymar Morgan Russia UNICS
4 United States Isaiah Miles France Limoges 31 [19]
5 United States Luke Sikma Germany Alba Berlin 31 [20]
6 Finland Erik Murphy Germany Fraport Skyliners 35 [21]
7 Dominican Republic Sammy Mejía Turkey Tofaş 30 [22]
France Landing Sané Montenegro Mornar
8 United States Justin Cobbs Croatia Cedevita 36 [23]
9 Croatia Rok Stipčević Lithuania Rytas 41 [24]
10 United States Patrick Miller Germany ratiopharm Ulm 33 [25]
Top 16
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1 France Andrew Albicy Spain MoraBanc Andorra 37 [26]
2 United States Jamel McLean Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31 [27]
3 United States Luke Sikma (2) Germany Alba Berlin 33 [28]
4 Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Spain Valencia Basket 29 [29]
5 Belarus Artsiom Parakhouski Lithuania Rytas 30 [30]
6 Serbia Dragan Apić Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 30 [31]
Quarterfinals
Game Player Team PIR Ref.
1 United States Errick McCollum Russia UNICS 37 [32]
2 Jamaica Dylan Ennis Spain MoraBanc Andorra 23 [33]
Lithuania Rokas Giedraitis Germany Alba Berlin
Russia Dmitry Kulagin Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
3 United States Peyton Siva Germany Alba Berlin 16 [34]
Semifinals
Game Player Team PIR Ref.
1 United States Peyton Siva (2) Germany Alba Berlin 32 [35]
2 Belgium Sam Van Rossom Spain Valencia Basket 19 [36]
Finals
Game Player Team PIR Ref.
1 Georgia (country) Will Thomas Spain Valencia Basket 25 [37]
2 United States Luke Sikma (3) Germany Alba Berlin 20 [38]
3 Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (2) Spain Valencia Basket 27 [39]

See also[edit]

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