2007–08 Euroleague quarterfinals

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Euroleague 2007–08 quarterfinals are the four quarterfinals of Euroleague 2007-08, and its main leading to Final Four. There are only eight teams, who will play two or three games series. Third games will be played, if necessary.

Group D 1st Group E 2nd
Group E 1st Group D 2nd
Group F 1st Group G 2nd
Group G 1st Group F 2nd
Team on left holds the home advantage

Bracket[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Montepaschi Siena Italy 2 - 0 Turkey Fenerbahçe 73 - 66 86 - 65
TAU Cerámica Spain 2 - 1 Serbia Partizan Belgrade 74 - 66 55 - 76 85 - 68
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel 2 - 1 Spain AXA FC Barcelona 81 - 75 74 - 83 88 - 75
CSKA Moscow Russia 2 - 1 Greece Olympiacos 74 - 76 83 - 73 81 - 56

* if necessary

Results[edit]

Quarterfinal 1[edit]

April 1
20:30
Montepaschi Siena Italy 73–66 Turkey Fenerbahçe
Scoring by quarter: 23-16, 16-20, 16-15, 18-15
Pts: Kšyštof Lavrinovič 16
Rebs: Shaun Stonerook 8
Asts: McIntyre, Thornton 4
Pts: Erden, Kinsey 12
Rebs: Emir Preldžič 8
Asts: Emir Preldžič 4
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Attendance: 6,500
April 3
19:15
Fenerbahçe Turkey 65–86 Italy Montepaschi Siena
Scoring by quarter: 15-25, 19-12, 11-25, 20-24
Pts: Ömer Aşık 12
Rebs: Mirsad Türkcan 8
Asts: Will Solomon 3
Pts: Thornton, Lavrinovič 18
Rebs: Romain Sato 8
Asts: Terrell McIntyre 6
Montepaschi Siena won series, 2–0
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 7,000

Quarterfinal 2[edit]

April 1
20:30
TAU Cerámica Spain 74–66 Serbia Partizan Belgrade
Scoring by quarter: 18-16, 18-22, 20-12, 18-16
Pts: Zoran Planinić 18
Rebs: Pete Mickeal 7
Asts: Sergi Vidal 1
Pts: Dušan Kecman 13
Rebs: Novica Veličković 8
Asts: Milt Palacio 4
April 3
20:00
Partizan Belgrade Serbia 76–55 Spain TAU Cerámica
Scoring by quarter: 25-15, 11-16, 18-17, 22-7
Pts: Nikola Peković 19
Rebs: Novica Veličković 12
Asts: Palacio, Veličković 4
Pts: Igor Rakočević 15
Rebs: James Singleton 6
Asts: Pablo Prigioni 5
Pionir Hall, Belgrade
Attendance: 7,123
April 9
20:30
TAU Cerámica Spain 85–68 Serbia Partizan Belgrade
Scoring by quarter: 16-19, 22-13, 22-21, 25-15
Pts: Pete Mickeal 19
Rebs: Tiago Splitter 9
Asts: Pablo Prigioni 3
Pts: Uroš Tripković 16
Rebs: Dušan Kecman 7
Asts: Uroš Tripković 3
TAU Cerámica won series, 2–1

Quarterfinal 3[edit]

April 1
19:50
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel 81–75 Spain AXA FC Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 16-14, 20-15, 21-28, 24-18
Pts: Esteban Batista 15
Rebs: Terence Morris 10
Asts: Yotam Halperin 5
Pts: Ersan İlyasova 21
Rebs: Ersan İlyasova 9
Asts: Pepe Sánchez 6
Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 11,000
April 3
20:45
AXA FC Barcelona Spain 83–74 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
Scoring by quarter: 23-22, 20-15, 21-21, 19-16
Pts: Gianluca Basile 34
Rebs: Fran Vázquez 10
Asts: Roger Grimau 5
Pts: Omri Casspi 18
Rebs: Terence Morris 11
Asts: Nikola Vujčić 4
Palau Blaugrana, Barcelona
Attendance: 6,739
April 10
19:50
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel 88–75 Spain AXA FC Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 18-19, 25-15, 20-19, 25-22
Pts: Bynum, Bluthenthal 21
Rebs: Terence Morris 8
Asts: Yotam Halperin 9
Pts: Roger Grimau 18
Rebs: Fran Vázquez 13
Asts: Jaka Lakovič 4
Maccabi Tel Aviv won series 2–1
Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 11,000

Quarterfinal 4[edit]

April 1
18:15
CSKA Moscow Russia 74–76 Greece Olympiacos
Scoring by quarter: 20-24, 12-15, 20-23, 22-14
Pts: Matjaž Smodiš 21
Rebs: Matjaž Smodiš 5
Asts: Theodoros Papaloukas 4
Pts: Qyntel Woods 20
Rebs: Bourousis, Printezis 5
Asts: Lynn Greer 6
April 3
19:45
Olympiacos Greece 73–83 Russia CSKA Moscow
Scoring by quarter: 27-15, 11-27, 18-28, 17-13
Pts: Qyntel Woods 19
Rebs: Woods, Printezis 7
Asts: Lynn Greer 5
Pts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 20
Rebs: Four players with 4
Asts: Theodoros Papaloukas 7
April 9
18:15
CSKA Moscow Russia 81–56 Greece Olympiacos
Scoring by quarter: 22-16, 19-13, 20-21, 20-6
Pts: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 24
Rebs: Matjaž Smodiš 6
Asts: Holden
Pts: Panayiotis Vasilopoulos 17
Rebs: Giorgos Printezis 5
Asts: Blakney, Greer 4
CSKA Moscow won series 2–1

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