2004–05 ULEB Cup

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ULEB Cup 2004–05
League ULEB Cup
Sport Basketball
Top scorer Bulgaria Todor Stoykov (Lukoil Academic)
Finals
Champions Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
  Runners-up Greece Makedonikos
Finals MVP Lithuania Robertas Javtokas
ULEB Cup seasons

The 2004–05 ULEB Cup was the third season of the second-tier level European professional basketball competition ULEB Cup, organized by the Euroleague Basketball Company. The season started on November 9, 2004, and officially ended on April 19, 2005. The second-tier level ULEB Cup is the level that is one tier below the Euroleague level. Lietuvos Rytas won the trophy, by defeating Makedonikos in the final, by a score of 78-74.

Teams of the 2004–05 ULEB Cup[edit]

Format[edit]

Each group contained 6 teams. There were 7 groups. Each team would play amongst each group twice. Top 2 teams from groups A, C, E, F, and G qualify to eighthfinals. Top 3 teams from groups B and D also qualify to the eighthfinals.

In eighthfinals, each team plays against their selected team twice. The winner of the two games with a higher combined score qualifies to quarterfinals. This procedure repeats in quarterfinals and in semifinals.

Regular season[edit]

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group, plus highest-ranked third-place team, advance to Top 16

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Greece PAOK 10 8 2 866 778 88
2. Belgium Spirou Charleroi 10 7 3 790 734 56
3. France Gravelines 10 5 5 846 846 0
4. Germany Alba Berlin 10 4 6 839 851 -12
5. Serbia and Montenegro Budućnost 10 4 6 801 860 -59
6. Hungary Debreceni Vadkakasok 10 2 8 778 851 -73

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Latvia Ventspils 10 9 1 929 750 179
2. Serbia and Montenegro Hemofarm Vršac 10 6 4 895 806 89
3. Germany RheinEnergie Köln 10 6 4 834 792 42
4. France Le Mans 10 6 4 775 745 30
5. Belgium Liège 10 2 8 776 877 -101
6. Netherlands EiffelTowers Nijmegen 10 1 9 662 901 -239

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Greece Maroussi Honda 10 7 3 792 738 54
2. Spain Gran Canaria 10 6 4 762 724 38
3. France Cholet 10 6 4 740 724 16
4. Croatia Zadar 10 5 5 783 730 53
5. Netherlands MPC Capitals 10 3 7 714 793 -79
6. Belgium Telindus Oostende 10 3 7 768 850 -82

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Russia Dynamo Moscow 10 7 3 852 773 79
2. Bulgaria Lukoil Academic 10 7 3 853 837 16
3. Greece Aris 10 6 4 740 724 59
4. Serbia and Montenegro Reflex FMP 10 5 5 789 776 13
5. Italy Vertical Vision Cantù 10 5 5 816 820 -4
6. Turkey Türk Telekom 10 0 10 754 917 -163

Group E[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Spain Pamesa Valencia 10 8 2 780 676 104
2. Italy Casti Group Varèse 10 7 3 757 750 7
3. Israel Hapoel Migdal 10 6 4 786 745 41
4. France Élan Chalon 10 5 5 717 719 -2
5. Portugal Queluz 10 4 6 754 808 -54
6. Portugal Ovarense Aerosoles 10 0 10 657 753 -96

Group F[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Greece Makedonikos 10 7 3 790 716 74
2. Spain DKV Joventut 10 6 4 812 741 71
3. Slovenia Pivovarna Laško 10 6 4 793 722 71
4. Turkey Darüşşafaka 10 6 4 748 772 -24
5. Germany GHP Bamberg 10 5 5 763 705 58
6. Austria Kapfenberg Bulls 10 0 10 561 811 -250

Group G[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1. Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 10 9 1 828 667 161
2. Poland Śląsk Wrocław 10 6 4 744 797 -53
3. Serbia and Montenegro Crvena Zvezda 10 5 5 821 770 51
4. Italy Pompea Napoli 10 5 5 843 828 15
5. Germany Telekom Bonn 10 5 5 749 773 -24
6. Portugal Benfica 10 0 10 672 822 -150

Top 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
DKV Joventut Spain 155–161 Spain Pamesa Valencia 70–76 85–85
Lukoil Academic Bulgaria 140–157 Belgium Spirou Charleroi 73–85 67–72
Cholet France 146–152 Greece PAOK 75–78 71–74
Aris Greece 154–156 Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 77–75 77–81
Śląsk Wrocław Poland 133–180 Greece Maroussi Honda 61–71 72–109
Castigroup Varèse Italy 122–167 Greece Makedonikos 65–77 57–90
Hemofarm Vršac Serbia and Montenegro 177–159 Russia Dynamo Moscow 81–84 96–75
RheinEnergie Köln Germany 151–167 Latvia Ventspils 93–77 58–90

Quarter finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Spirou Charleroi Belgium 160–179 Spain Pamesa Valencia 78–86 82–93
PAOK Greece 139–147 Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 74–71 65–76
Maroussi Honda Greece 165–167 Greece Makedonikos 89–92 76–75
Hemofarm Vršac Serbia and Montenegro 176–175 Latvia Ventspils 99–93 77–82

Semi finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pamesa Valencia Spain 142–150 Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 77–75 65–75
Hemofarm Vršac Serbia and Montenegro 172–180 Greece Makedonikos 107–84 65–96

Finals[edit]

April 19, Spiroudome, Charleroi

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Lietuvos Rytas Lithuania 78–74 Greece Makedonikos


2004–05 ULEB Cup Champions
Lithuania
Lietuvos Rytas
1st title

Finals MVP[edit]

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