2009–10 FIBA EuroChallenge

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FIBA EuroChallenge
Season 2009–10
Champions Germany Göttingen (1st title)
Runners-up Russia Krasnye Krylya Samara
Third place France Chorale Roanne
Fourth place Italy Scavolini Spar Pesaro
Teams 32
Dates 24 November 2009 – 2 May 2010
Awards
Final Four MVP United States Taylor Rochestie
Statistical leaders
Points Dominican Republic Luis Flores
18.8
Rebounds United States William Thomas
8.2
Assists United States Dean Oliver
6.2

2009–10 FIBA EuroChallenge was the seventh edition of Europe's third-tier level transnational men's professional club basketball FIBA EuroChallenge Tournament, organized by FIBA Europe.

Teams[edit]

Group stage
Country (League) Teams Teams (rankings in 2008–09 national championships)
Russia Russia (Superleague A) 3 Lokomotiv–Kuban (7) Enisey Krasnoyarsk (8) Krasnye Krylya Samara (12)
France France (LNB Pro A) 3 BCM Gravelines (6) Elan Chalon (7) Strasbourg IG (8)
Belgium Belgium (Ligue Ethias) 3 Generali Okapi Aalstar (3) Antwerp Giants (4) Belgacom Liège (5)
Croatia Croatia (A1 Liga) 2 KK Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje (3) Cedevita Zagreb (6)
Germany Germany (BBL) 2 BG Göttingen (5) Artland Dragons (9)
Ukraine Ukraine (SuperLeague) 2 Khimik Yuzhny (3) BC Kyiv (4)
Cyprus Cyprus (Division A) 2 Keravnos Strovolou (2) Proteas EKA AEL (3)
Italy Italy (Lega A) 1 Scavolini Spar Pesaro (8)
Turkey Turkey (TBL) 1 Banvit BC (12)
Serbia Serbia (KLS) 1 KK FMP Belgrade (4)
Netherlands Netherlands (FEB) 1 EiffelTowers Den Bosch (2)
Estonia Estonia (KML) 1 Tartu Rock (2)
Romania Romania (Division A) 1 CSU Asesoft Ploiesti (1)
Belarus Belarus (Premier League) 1 BC Minsk-2006 (1)
Losers of Eurocup 2009–10 qualifying rounds
Country (League) Teams Teams (rankings in 2008–09 national championships)
France France (LNB PRO A) 1 Chorale Roanne (5)
Ukraine Ukraine (SuperLeague) 1 BC Donetsk (2)
Belgium Belgium (Ligue Ethias) 1 Dexia Mons-Hainaut (2)
Latvia Latvia (LBL) 1 VEF Rīga (3)
Montenegro Montenegro (Opportunity Liga) 1 KK Budućnost (1)
Cyprus Cyprus (Division A) 1 APOEL Nicosia (1)
Netherlands Netherlands (FEB) 1 MyGuide Amsterdam (1)
Austria Austria (Admiral League) 1 WBC Kraftwerk Wels (1)

Regular season[edit]

The Regular Season begins from November 24, 2009.

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification GÖT BUD BCM LOK
1 Germany Göttingen 6 4 2 491 434 +57 10 Advance to last 16 74–80 81–51 92–71
2 Montenegro Budućnost m:tel 6 4 2 435 415 +20 10 92–84 74–82 61–49
3 France BCM Gravelines 6 4 2 421 420 +1 10 64–72 70–59 77–68
4 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 6 0 6 386 464 −78 6 76–88 56–69 66–77
Source: FIBA Europe

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification APOEL DBO SIG KHI
1 Cyprus APOEL 6 4 2 495 456 +39 10 Advance to last 16 81–66 85–83 104–71
2 Netherlands EiffelTowers Den Bosch 6 4 2 482 474 +8 10 82–74 85–90 83–68
3 France SIG Strasbourg 6 3 3 504 499 +5 9 76–67 70–74 97–93
4 Ukraine Khimik 6 1 5 496 548 −52 7 78–84 91–92 95–88
Source: FIBA Europe

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification KRA PES MIN AMS
1 Russia Krasnye Krylia 6 5 1 487 410 +77 11 Advance to last 16 70–58 106–68 71–51
2 Italy Scavolini Spar Pesaro 6 5 1 470 397 +73 11 92–86 93–85 66–41
3 Belarus Minsk-2006 6 2 4 417 487 −70 8 72–76 49–80 67–64
4 Netherlands Amsterdam 6 0 6 359 439 −80 6 69–78 66–81 68–76
Source: FIBA Europe

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification CHA AEL MON CED
1 France Élan Chalon 6 4 2 467 452 +15 10 Advance to last 16 81–74 81–62 80–77
2 Cyprus Proteas EKA AEL 6 3 3 466 473 −7 9 72–69 86–68 81–73
3 Belgium Dexia Mons-Hainaut 6 3 3 452 454 −2 9 84–67 82–71 85–64
4 Croatia Cedevita 6 2 4 482 488 −6 8 83–89 100–82 85–71
Source: FIBA Europe

Group E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification LÌE ENI DON CSU
1 Belgium Belgacom Liège 6 5 1 479 454 +25 11 Advance to last 16 73–65 74–79 86–79
2 Russia Enisey 6 3 3 470 466 +4 9 78–84 92–81 74–73
3 Ukraine Donetsk 6 2 4 502 516 −14 8 81–89 80–90 86–74
4 Romania CSU Asesoft Ploiești 6 2 4 470 485 −15 8 72–73 75–71 97–95
Source: FIBA Europe

Group F[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification BAN FMP VEF OKA
1 Turkey Banvit 6 5 1 538 479 +59 11 Advance to last 16 89–78 103–79 99–84
2 Serbia FMP 6 5 1 523 488 +35 11 82–74 109–89 90–77
3 Latvia VEF Rīga 6 2 4 493 539 −46 8 78–85 81–85 79–76
4 Belgium Generali Okapi Aalstar 6 0 6 474 522 −48 6 78–88 78–79 81–87
Source: FIBA Europe

Group G[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification ART ANT WBC TAR
1 Germany Artland Dragons 6 5 1 474 415 +59 11 Advance to last 16 70–53 79–68 94–71
2 Belgium Antwerp Giants 6 3 3 438 442 −4 9 73–77 64–68 68–63
3 Austria WBC Raiffeisen Wels 6 3 3 409 424 −15 9 74–73 82–90 64–60
4 Estonia Tartu University Rock 6 1 5 410 450 −40 7 76–81 82–90 58–53
Source: FIBA Europe

Group H[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification ROA ZAG KER KYI
1 France Chorale Roanne 6 5 1 474 415 +59 11 Advance to last 16 95–66 96–74 73–70
2 Croatia Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje 6 3 3 438 442 −4 9 94–87 79–73 71–61
3 Cyprus Keravnos 6 3 3 409 424 −15 9 77–89 82–81 76–52
4 Ukraine Kyiv 6 1 5 410 450 −40 7 62–67 83–70 70–62
Source: FIBA Europe

Last 16[edit]

Group I[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification GÖT KRA DBO AEL
1 Germany Göttingen 6 5 1 527 435 +92 11 Advance to quarterfinals 89–68 89–69 92–59
2 Russia Krasnye Krylia 6 4 2 461 430 +31 10 82–74 77–47 70–67
3 Netherlands EiffelTowers Den Bosch 6 2 4 444 498 −54 8 67–86 85–80 91–79
4 Cyprus Proteas EKA AEL 6 1 5 450 519 −69 7 90–97 68–84 87–85
Source: FIBA Europe

Group J[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification ZAG FMP ART LIÈ
1 Croatia Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje 6 4 2 454 456 −2 10 Advance to quarterfinals 78–83 69–67 79–94
2 Serbia FMP 6 4 2 462 441 +21 10 63–74 86–80 81–55
3 Germany Artland Dragons 6 3 3 485 469 +16 9 70–72 82–72 86–78
4 Belgium Belgacom Liège 6 1 5 470 505 −35 7 79–82 72–77 92–100
Source: FIBA Europe

Group K[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification PES APOEL CHA BUD
1 Italy Scavolini Spar Pesaro 6 4 2 507 483 +24 10 Advance to quarterfinals 78–69 88–83 90–77
2 Cyprus APOEL 6 3 3 465 469 −4 9 70–76 85–72 81–76
3 France Élan Chalon 6 3 3 493 480 +13 9 94–88 78–84 87–59
4 Montenegro Budućnost m:tel 6 2 4 467 500 −33 8 90–87 89–76 76–79
Source: FIBA Europe

Group L[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification ROA ANT BAN ENI
1 France Chorale Roanne 6 4 2 489 446 +43 10 Advance to quarterfinals 68–66 76–53 103–87
2 Belgium Antwerp Giants 6 3 3 454 457 −3 9 70–89 72–59 81–72
3 Turkey Banvit 6 3 3 463 481 −18 9 95–83 80–88 94–85
4 Russia Enisey 6 2 4 485 507 −22 8 75–70 89–77 77–82
Source: FIBA Europe

Quarterfinals[edit]

The quarterfinals were played in a best-of-three playoff format. The winners of the groups in the top 16 hosted game one and three (if possible).

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Göttingen Germany 2–0 Serbia FMP 75–69 76–71 0
Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje Croatia 0–2 Russia Krasnye Krylia 77–81 78–79 0
Scavolini Spar Pesaro Italy 2–0 Belgium Antwerp Giants 92–76 78–63 0
Chorale Roanne France 2–0 Cyprus APOEL 89–67 84–78 0

Final Four[edit]

The Final Four was held from 30 April until 2 May and was hosted at the Sparkassen Arena in Göttingen, Germany.

 
Semi-finals Final
 
           
 
30 April
 
 
Germany Göttingen 77
 
2 May
 
France Chorale Roanne 67
 
Germany Göttingen 83
 
30 April
 
Russia Krasnye Krylia 75
 
Russia Krasnye Krylia 73
 
 
Italy Scavolini Spar Pesaro 70
 
Third place
 
 
2 May
 
 
France Chorale Roanne 86
 
 
Italy Scavloni Spar Pesaro 80

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