Krešimir Ćosić Cup

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The Krešimir Ćosić Cup, or Croatian Basketball Cup, is the national basketball cup of Croatia. It is named after Croatian basketball player Krešimir Ćosić. The cup has been contested since 1992.

Title holders[edit]

The finals[edit]

Season Champions Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
Croatia Krešimir Ćosić Cup
1991–92 Slobodna Dalmacija 88–85 Cibona Dvorana Mladosti Rijeka Croatia Žan Tabak
1992–93 Slobodna Dalmacija 75–64 Zadar Dom sportova Mate Parlov Pula Croatia Aramis Naglić
1993–94 Croatia Osiguranje 86–76 Cibona Zrinjevac Sport Hall Osijek United States Steve Colter
1994–95 Cibona 91–75 Zrinjevac ŠD Gospino polje Dubrovnik United States Gerrod Abram
1995–96 Cibona 68–64 Croatia Osiguranje Dvorana Mladosti Rijeka Croatia Ivica Žurić
1996–97 Croatia Osiguranje 72–67 Cibona Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall Zagreb Croatia Ante Grgurević
1997–98 Zadar 82–70 Zagreb Jazine Basketball Hall Zadar Croatia Emilio Kovačić
1998–99 Cibona VIP 70–69 Split Arena Gripe Split United States Chucky Atkins
1999–00 Zadar 71–62 Cibona VIP Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall Zagreb Croatia Dino Rađa
2000–01 Cibona VIP 73–59 Zadar Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall Zagreb Croatia Gordan Giriček
2001–02 Cibona VIP 88–84 Zadar Dvorana Dražen Petrović Zagreb Croatia Nikola Prkačin
2002–03 Zadar 72–59 Cibona VIP Arena Gripe Split Croatia Marko Popović
2003–04 Split CO 74–72 Zadar Jazine Basketball Hall Zadar Croatia Damir Rančić
2004–05 Zadar 94–89 Cibona VIP Jazine Basketball Hall Zadar
2005–06 Zadar 84–69 Zagreb Mladost Hall Karlovac
2006–07 Zadar 90–83 Zagreb Jazine Basketball Hall Zadar
2007–08 Zagreb CO 75–73 Cibona VIP ŠD Trnsko Zagreb
2008–09 Cibona VIP 73–63 Zagreb CO Krešimir Ćosić Hall Zadar
2009–10 Zagreb CO 81–74 Cibona VIP ŠD Trnsko Zagreb Croatia Damir Mulaomerović
2010–11 Zagreb CO 91–85 Zadar Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall Zagreb Croatia Mario Kasun
2011–12 Cedevita 74–72 Zagreb ŠD Trnsko Zagreb Slovenia Matjaž Smodiš
2012–13 Cibona 77–76 Cedevita Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall Zagreb
2013–14 Cedevita 86–68 Zagreb Dom Sportova Zagreb
2014–15 Cedevita 86–82 Zadar ŠD Borovo naselje Vukovar
2015–16 Cedevita 74–70 Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall Zadar
2016–17 Cedevita 102–66 Jolly Jadranska Banka Šibenik Dvorana Baldekin Šibenik Croatia Miro Bilan

Performance by club[edit]

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. Cibona 7 8 1994–95, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2008–09, 2012–13
2. Zadar 6 7 1997–98, 1999–00, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07
3. Split 5 2 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2003–04
4. Cedevita 5 1 2011–12, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17
5. Zagreb 3 6 2007–08, 2009–10, 2010–11
6. Zrinjevac 0 1
7. JJB Šibenik 0 1

Croatian Basketball Cup Final Four top scorers[edit]

Season Top Scorer Club Points Scored
1991-92
Croatia Velimir Perasović Slobodna Dalmacija
51
1992–93
Croatia Zdravko Radulović Cibona
46
1993–94
United States Steve Colter Croatia Osiguranje
49
1994–95
Croatia Mario Gašparović Cibona
44
1996–97
Croatia Petar Maleš Zrinjevac
44
1997–98
Croatia Emilio Kovačić Zadar
46
1998–99
United States Mark Miller Split
44
1999–00
Croatia Dino Rađa Zadar
58
2000–01
Croatia Matej Mamić Cibona
36
2001–02
Croatia Josip Sesar Cibona
41
2002–03
Croatia Marko Popović Zadar
35
2003–04
Croatia Emilio Kovačić
Croatia Damir Rančić
Zadar
Split
35
2004–05
2005–06
2006–07
2007–08
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
Croatia Mario Kasun Zagreb CO
2011–12
Slovenia Matjaž Smodiš Cedevita
2012–13
United States Bracey Wright Cedevita
36
2013–14
Bosnia and Herzegovina Miralem Halilović Zagreb
32
2014–15
United States James Florence Zadar
54
2015–16
Croatia Ante Delaš Zadar
33
2016–17

Players with 3 or more trophies[edit]

Cups Player
7 Croatia Nikola Prkačin
6 Croatia Josip Vranković
5 Croatia Miro Bilan
Croatia Jakov Vladović
4 Croatia Marko Arapović
Croatia Luka Babić
Croatia Pankracije Barać
Croatia Davor Kus
Croatia Branimir Longin
Croatia Lovro Mazalin
Croatia Damir Mulaomerović
Croatia Damir Tvrdić
Croatia Luka Žorić
3 Croatia Petar Babić
Croatia Filip Bašljan
Croatia Toni Dijan
Republic of Macedonia Todor Gečevski
United States Julius Johnson
Croatia Jure Lalić
Croatia Davor Marcelić
Croatia Aramis Naglić
Croatia Sandro Nicević
Croatia Hrvoje Oršulić
Croatia Hrvoje Perinčić
Croatia Jure Ružić
Croatia Krunoslav Simon
Croatia Marko Tomas
Croatia Nenad Videka
Croatia Tomislav Zubčić
Croatia Karlo Žganec

Source: Crošarka