Radivoj Korać Cup

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Radivoj Korać Cup
Куп Радивоја Кораћа
Kup Radivoja Koraća
Kup Radivoja Koraca.jpg
Sport Basketball
Founded 2002
No. of teams 8
Country Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro
2002–2006
Serbia Serbia
2006–present
Continent European Union FIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
Crvena zvezda
(6th title)
Most titles Crvena zvezda
(6 titles)
TV partner(s) Arena Sport
RTS
Official website kss.rs (Serbian)

The Radivoj Korać Cup (Serbian: Куп Радивоја Кораћа, Kup Radivoja Koraća) is the national basketball cup of Serbia. It is run by the Basketball Federation of Serbia. It was named after the Serbian basketball legend Radivoj Korać.

History[edit]

The Cup in 2003 got its name by proposal of Hemofarm, due the abolition of the eponymous European competition and the change of name of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia into the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. After the separation of Serbia and Montenegro,at 2006 Korac Cup has become the name of the Serbian National Cup. According to the agreement from 2011 between KSS and FIBA, KSS supported to give the original replica of the trophy to the winner of the European Cup Serbia. So this cup "Žućkova levica" awarded to the winner of the Cup in 2013.

Title holders[edit]

The finals[edit]

Season Champions Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
Serbia and Montenegro Radivoj Korać Cup
2002–03 FMP 88–67 Hemofarm Čair Sports Center Niš United States Reggie Freeman
2003–04 Crvena zvezda 91–89 (OT) Reflex FMP SPC Vojvodina Novi Sad Serbia and Montenegro Goran Jeretin
2004–05 Reflex FMP 88–84 Partizan Pivara MB Millennium Center Vršac Serbia and Montenegro Bojan Popović
2005–06 Crvena zvezda 80–65 Hemofarm Pionir Hall Belgrade Serbia and Montenegro Goran Jeretin (2)
Serbia Radivoj Korać Cup
2006–07 FMP 73–61 Partizan Hala Jezero Kragujevac Serbia Dragan Labović
2007–08 Partizan Igokea 73–64 Hemofarm Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Milenko Tepić
2008–09 Partizan Igokea 80–65 Crvena zvezda Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Novica Veličković
2009–10 Partizan 72–62 FMP Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Australia Aleks Marić
2010–11 Partizan 77–73 FMP Železnik Hall Belgrade United States James Gist
2011–12 Partizan mt:s 64–51 Crvena zvezda Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Danilo Anđušić
2012–13 Crvena zvezda 78–69 Partizan mt:s Hala Jezero Kragujevac United States DeMarcus Nelson
2013–14 Crvena zvezda Telekom 81–80 Mega Vizura Pionir Hall Belgrade Serbia Vasilije Micić
2014–15 Crvena zvezda Telekom 80–74 Mega Leks Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Luka Mitrović
2015–16 Mega Leks 85–80 Partizan NIS Čair Sports Center Niš Montenegro Nikola Ivanović
2016–17 Crvena zvezda mts 74–64 Partizan NIS Čair Sports Center Niš Serbia Marko Gudurić

Performance by club[edit]

Rank Club Titles Runner-up Champion Years
1. Crvena zvezda 6 2 2003–04, 2005–06, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2016–17
2. Partizan 5 5 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12
3. FMP 3 3 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07
4. Mega Basket 1 2 2015–16
5. Vršac 0 3

Top Scorer[edit]

Season Player Team
2002–03 N / A
2003–04
2004–05
2005–06
2006–07
2007–08 Serbia Dušan Kecman Partizan Igokea
2008–09 N / A
2009–10 Serbia Miroslav Raduljica FMP
2010–11 United States Curtis Jerrells Partizan
2011–12 Serbia Mile Ilić Crvena zvezda
2012–13 United States Michael Scott Crvena zvezda
2013–14 Serbia Raško Katić Crvena zvezda Telekom
2014–15 Serbia Luka Mitrović Crvena zvezda Telekom
2015–16 Montenegro Nikola Ivanović Mega Leks
2016–17 Serbia Marko Simonović Crvena zvezda mts

See also[edit]

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