PBC CSKA Moscow

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For the parent multisport club, see CSKA Moscow.
PBC CSKA Moscow
2014–15 PBC CSKA Moscow season
PBC CSKA Moscow logo
Nickname Red Army
Horses
Red-Blue
Leagues VTB United League
Euroleague
Founded 1924
History PBC CSKA Moscow
1924–present
Arena CSKA Universal Sports Hall
(capacity: 5,500)
VTB Ice Palace
(capacity: 13,000)
Location Moscow, Russia
Team colors Red, Blue
         
President Russia Andrey Vatutin
Head coach Greece Dimitrios Itoudis
Championships 6 Euroleague Championships
1 Triple Crown
24 Soviet Championships
21 Russian Championships
4 Russian Cups
3 Soviet Cups
1 North European Championship
5 VTB United Leagues
Website cskabasket.com
Uniforms
Kit body thinbluesides.png
Home jersey
Kit shorts.png
Team colours
Home
Kit body thinbluesides.png
Away jersey
Kit shorts.png
Team colours
Away
Kit body thinredsides.png
Third jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Third

PBC CSKA Moscow is a Russian professional basketball team that is based in Moscow, Russia. The club is a member of the VTB United League and the Euroleague. It is often referred to in the West as "Red Army" for its past affiliation with the Soviet Army. CSKA won two titles between 2006 and 2009 in Europe's principal club competition, the Euroleague, making the final in all four seasons. In 2006, they defeated two-time defending champions Maccabi Tel Aviv 73–69 in the final at Sazka Arena in Prague.

CSKA lost in the 2007 final 93–91 to Panathinaikos on the Greens' home floor, the Olympic Indoor Hall in Athens. In 2008, they won a rematch of the 2006 final against Maccabi 91–77 in Madrid. In 2009, they lost a rematch of the 2007 final against Panathinaikos 73–71 in Berlin. The club competed in 8 consecutive Euroleague Final Fours from 2003 to 2010, which is an all-time record.

Well-known players that have played with the club over the years include: Sergei Belov, Stanislav Eremin, Rimas Kurtinaitis, Vladimir Tkachenko, Sergei Bazarevich, Alexander Volkov, Andrei Kirilenko, Trajan Langdon, Darius Songaila, Gordan Giriček, Dragan Tarlać, Marcus Brown, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Theo Papaloukas, Nenad Krstić, Jamont Gordon, and Miloš Teodosić. Over many years, CSKA has the reputation for being one of the richest clubs in Europe.

History[edit]

CSKA has had a long history of success. They won the European Cup in 1961, 1963, 1969 and 1971; won the Soviet Championship 24 times; and won the Russian League title every year from 1992 through 2000 and 2003 through 2013. CSKA also made the Final Four of the Euroleague in 1996, 2004, and 2005, before winning the Euroleague in 2006.

The team became the first in the history of the Euroleague to go through the regular-season phase undefeated during the 2004–05 Euroleague season, and before the final four it had only lost to one team: FC Barcelona. Though CSKA eventually lost in the semifinals on their home court to Spanish League club Tau Cerámica and to Panathinaikos of the Greek League in the 3rd-place game. That sent them to the 2nd grade teams in the Euroleague draw, although they finished the league with the best record. That same year they also lost a game in the finals series of the Russian League, but they eventually got the Russian League crown.

In 2006, CSKA qualified for the 2005–06 Euroleague Top 16 by finishing third in their group. They finished at the top of their Top 16 group, being denied a perfect record at Tau in their final match. CSKA entered the Final Four on a roll as the only club to sweep their best-of-three quarterfinal series defeating Turkish League power Efes Pilsen. They defeated Barça in the Euroleague semis before defeating the high-powered offense of Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli League in the final on April 30, even though the overall record of Maccabi's games with CSKA Moscow favors the Israeli club.

The following year, they nearly repeated as Euroleague champions, but wound up facing Panathinaikos in the final, on the Greek team's home floor, OAKA Indoor Hall, which had been designated more than a year earlier as the site for that year's Final Four. Panathinaikos won a closely fought battle.

In 2008, their Euroleague win put them in sole possession of second place for overall European titles. Only Real Madrid, with eight titles (all in the European Champions Cup era), have won more than CSKA's six. On October 14, 2008, the team played a NBA preseason game with the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Home arenas[edit]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

PBC CSKA Moscow roster
Players Coaches
Pos. # Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age
C/G 1 France De Colo, Nando 70001960000000000001.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 700191000000000000091 kg (201 lb) 28 – (1987-06-23)23 June 1987
SF 2 Belarus Astapkovich, Anton 70002020000000000002.02 m (6 ft 8 in) 700198000000000000098 kg (216 lb) 21 – (1994-01-29)29 January 1994
SG 3 Russia Kulagin, Dmitry 70001970000000000001.97 m (6 ft 6 in) 700189000000000000089 kg (196 lb) 23 – (1992-07-01)1 July 1992
PG 4 Serbia Teodosić, Miloš 70001950000000000001.95 m (6 ft 5 in) 700187000000000000087 kg (192 lb) 28 – (1987-03-19)19 March 1987
SG 7 Russia Fridzon, Vitaly 70001960000000000001.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 700181000000000000081 kg (179 lb) 29 – (1985-10-14)14 October 1985
C/M 8 United States Nichols, Demetris 70001980000000000001.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 700196000000000000096 kg (212 lb) 30 – (1984-09-04)4 September 1984
PG 9 United States Jackson, Aaron 70001900000000000001.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 700183000000000000083 kg (183 lb) 29 – (1986-05-06)6 May 1986
C 12 Russia Korobkov, Pavel 70002060000000000002.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 700199000000000000099 kg (218 lb) 25 – (1989-10-18)18 October 1989
C 19 United Kingdom Freeland, Joel 70002080000000000002.08 m (6 ft 10 in) 7002102000000000000102 kg (225 lb) 28 – (1987-02-07)7 February 1987
PF 20 Russia Vorontsevich, Andrey 70002069999999999992.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 7002107000000000000107 kg (236 lb) 28 – (1987-07-17)17 July 1987
G/F 22 United States Higgins, Cory 70001960000000000001.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 700182000000000000082 kg (181 lb) 26 – (1989-06-14)14 June 1989
PG 30 Russia Kulagin, Mikhail 70001910000000000001.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 700187000000000000087 kg (192 lb) 20 – (1994-08-04)4 August 1994
PF 31 Russia Khryapa, Viktor 70002060000000000002.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 7002107000000000000107 kg (236 lb) 33 – (1982-08-03)3 August 1982
C/M 41 Russia Kurbanov, Nikita 70002029999999999992.03 m (6 ft 8 in) 7002109000000000000109 kg (240 lb) 28 – (1986-10-05)5 October 1986
C 42 United States Hines, Kyle 70001980000000000001.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 7002111000000000000111 kg (245 lb) 28 – (1986-09-02)2 September 1986
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
Athletic trainer(s)
  • Greece Kostas Chatzichristos
  • Russia Eugeniy Burin
Physiotherapist(s)
  • Russia Asker Barcho
Team manager
  • Russia Vasiliy Kozlovtsev

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • Injured Injured

Roster
Updated: June 9, 2015


Depth chart[edit]

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3
C Joel Freeland Kyle Hines Pavel Korobkov
PF Andrey Vorontsevich Viktor Khryapa Nikita Kurbanov
SF Cory Higgins Demetris Nichols Anton Astapkovich
SG Nando De Colo Vitaly Fridzon Dmitry Kulagin
PG Milos Teodosic Aaron Jackson Mikhail Kulagin

Seasons[edit]

Seasons Championships Cups Europe Coach Roster
1937–38 12th place No tournament No tournament
1938–39 9th place No tournament No tournament
1939–40 13th place No tournament No tournament
1944–45 Champion No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, Gdinmos Baikov, E. Alexeev, Grebenuikov, Kudriahov, Kuznekov, Mershin
1945–46 Finalist No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1946–47 3rd place No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1947–48 7th place No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1948–49 3rd place No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1949–50 3rd place No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1950–51 Finalist No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, E. Alexeev
1951–52 No tournament No tournament Yevgeni Alekseyev, Anatoly Koniev, Griga Silinks, E. Alexeev, Antonov, Gupalov, Kazakov, Aleksandr Moiseyev, Osipov, Tarasov
1952–53 Finalist No tournament No tournament
1953–54 Finalist No tournament No tournament
1954–55 Finalist No tournament No tournament Mikhail Semenov
1956–57 Finalist No tournament No tournament Mikhail Semenov
1957–58 Finalist No tournament Viktor Zubkov, Mikhail Semenov
1958–59 _ No tournament Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Mikhail Semenov
1959–60 Champion No tournament Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Aleksandr Travin, Mikhail Semenov, Armenak Alachachian, Arkhady Botchkarev, Astakov, Karitonov, Karpov, Kopylov, Sirotinskii, Volkov
1960–61 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Champion
Yevgeni Alekseyev Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Armenak Alachachian, Arkadi Bochkarev, Mikhail Semyonov, Alexander Travin, Anatoli Astakhov, Viktor Kharitonov, E. Karpov, V. Kopilov, P. Sirotinski, V. Volkov
1961–62 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Last 4
Yevgeni Alekseyev Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Jaak Lipso, Armenak Alachachian, Arkhady Botchkarev, Aleksandr Travin, Yuri Korneev, Mikhail Semenov, Astakov, Karpov, Kovalciuk, Sirotinskii, Volkov,
1962–63 No tournament Euroleague
Champion
Yevgeni Alekseyev Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Jaak Lipso, Yuri Korneev, Armenak Alachachian, Mikhail Semyonov, Arkadi Bochkarev, Alexander Petrov, Aleksander Travin, Anatoli Astakhov, Viacheslav Khrinin, Aleksander Kulkov
1963–64 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Withdrew
Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Jaak Lipso, Armenak Alachachian, Aleksandr Travin, Oleg Borodin, Arkhady Botchkarev, Yuri Korneev, Alexander Kulkov, Astakov, Sirotinskii
1964–65 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Finalist
Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Jaak Lipso, Armenak Alachachian, Vadim Kapranov, Yuri Korneev, Alexander Kulkov, Aleksandr Travin, Oleg Borodin, Arkhady Botchkarev, Astakov, Brjanov
1965–66 Champion No tournament Euroleague
3rd place
Gennadi Volnov, Viktor Zubkov, Jaak Lipso, Armenak Alachachian, Aleksandr Travin, Oleg Borodin, Arkhady Botchkarev, Vadim Kapranov, Yuri Korneev, Andrey Kovalev, Alexander Kulkov, Astakov, Brjanov, Rodionov
1966–67 No tournament _ Jaak Lipso, Gennadi Volnov, Armenak Alachachian, Vadim Kapranov, Alexander Kulkov
1967–68 3rd place No tournament _ Jaak Lipso, Gennadi Volnov, Armenak Alachachian, Vladimir Andreev, Vadim Kapranov, Alexander Kulkov, Yuri Selhikov
1968–69 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Champion
Armenak Alachachian Sergei Belov, Gennadi Volnov, Jaak Lipso, Vladimir Andreev, Yuri Selikhov, Alexander Sidjakin, Anatoli Astakhov, Vadim Kapranov, Alexander Kulkov, Rudolf Nesterov, Nikolai Kovyrkin, A. Blik
1969–70 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Finalist
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Gennadi Volnov, Vladimir Andreev, Alexander Kulkov, Valeri Miloserdov, Yuri Selhikov, Alexander Sidjakin, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Vadim Kapranov, Blik, Gilguner, Illuk, Kocikov, Koykin
1970–71 Champion No tournament Euroleague
Champion
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Alexander Kulkov, Evgeni Kovalenko, Valeri Miloserdov, Vadim Kapranov, Nikolai Kovyrkin, V. Iljuk, N. Gilgner, Subbotin, Yastrebov
1971–72 Champion Winner Euroleague
?
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Vladimir Andreev, Jastrebov, Vadim Kapranov, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Alexander Kulkov, Valeri Miloserdov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Koykin, Illuk, Petrakov
1972–73 Champion Winner Euroleague
Finalist
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Vladimir Andreev, Nikolai Gjatschenko, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Alexander Kulkov, Valeri Miloserdov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Koykin, Illuk, Jastrebov, Petrakov
1973–74 Champion _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Vladimir Andreev, Nikolai Gjatschenko, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Valeri Miloserdov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Petrakov, Jastrebov, Koykin, Lushenko, Illuk, Akimov
1974–75 Finalist _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Vladimir Andreev, Nikolai Gjatschenko, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Valeri Miloserdov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Koykin, Jastrebov, Petrakov,
1975–76 Champion _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Sergei Kovalenko, Stanislav Eremin, Nikolai Gjatschenko, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Valeri Miloserdov, Alexander Salnikov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Petrakov, Koykin, Jastrebov, Avdeev
1976–77 Champion Euroleague
Last 4
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Sergei Kovalenko, Ivan Edeshko, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, A. Meleshkin, Petrakov
1977–78 Champion _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Sergei Kovalenko, Vladimir Arzamaskov, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, A. Meleshkin, V. Petrakov
1978–79 Champion _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Ivan Edeshko, Sergei Kovalenko, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, Meleshkin, Petrakov
1979–80 Champion _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Belov, Alexander Belostenny, Sergei Kovalenko, Stanislav Eremin, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergei Tarakanov, Alzhan Zharmukhamedov, V. Petrakov
1980–81 Champion Euroleague
Last 4
Alexander Belostenny, Sergei Kovalenko, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Evgeniy Kovalenko, Viktor Kuzmin, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergei Tarakanov, Petrakov, Kozeljanko
1981–82 Champion Winner Euroleague
Last 8
Rimas Kurtinaitis, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Viktor Kuzmin, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Miloserdov, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergei Tarakanov, A. Meleshkin, A. Koytun, M. Kozeljanko
1982–83 Champion Euroleague
Last 4
Vladimir Tkachenko, Stanislav Eremin, Aleksander Gusev, Viktor Kuzmin, Andrey Lopatov, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov, Dmitriy Sukharev, Sergei Tarakanov, A. Lyndin, A. Meleshkin
1983–84 Champion _ _ Sergei Bazarevich, Vladimir Tkachenko, Heino Enden, Stanislav Eremin, Alexander Ermolinskij, Aleksander Gusev, Andrey Lopatov, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov, Dmitriy Sukharev, Sergei Tarakanov
1984–85 Finalist _ Euroleague
Last 4
Yuri Selikhov Sergei Bazarevich, Vladimir Tkachenko, Heino Enden, Stanislav Eremin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergei Tarakanov, Alexander Ermolinskij, Aleksander Gusev, Andrey Lopatov, Valeri Tikhonenko
1985–86 Finalist _ Cup Winners' Cup
Last 4
Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Bazarevich, Vladimir Tkachenko, Tiit Sokk, Valeri Goborov, Sergei Tarakanov, Valeri Tikhonenko, Heino Enden, Andrey Lopatov, Igor Miglinieks, Anatoly Myshkin, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov
1986–87 Finalist _ Cup Winners' Cup
Last 4
Sergei Bazarevich, Alexander Volkov, Tiit Sokk, Vladimir Tkachenko, Sergei Tarakanov, Valeri Tikhonenko, Victor Berezhnoy, Heino Enden, Vladimir Gorin, Andrey Lopatov, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov
1987–88 Champion _ _ Alexander Gomelsky Sergei Bazarevich, Alexander Volkov, Tiit Sokk, Vladimir Tkachenko, Sergei Tarakanov, Victor Berezhnoy, Heino Enden, Valeri Goborov, Vladimir Gorin, Andrey Lopatov, Igor Miglinieks, Dmitriy Minaev, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov
1988–89 3rd place _ Euroleague
Last 8
Valeri Goborov, Vladimir Tkachenko, Kārlis Muižnieks, Sergei Tarakanov, Victor Berezhnoy, Vladimir Gorin, Andrey Lopatov, Igor Miglinieks, Dmitriy Minaev, Viktor Pankraskhin, Sergeiy Popov
1989–90 Champion _ Korać Cup
Last 4
Vladimir Tkachenko, Victor Berezhnoy, Vladimir Gorin, Aleksander Gusev, Andrey Kornev, Andrey Lopatov, Dmitriy Minaev, Sergeiy Popov, Sergei Tarakanov, S. Kokerin, A. Meleshkin, G. Rezkov
1990–91 4th place _ Euroleague
Last 16
Maxim Astanin, Victor Berezhnoy, Vladimir Gorin, Aleksander Gusev, Andrey Kornev, Maksim Kropachev, Oleg Meleshenko, Kochergin, G. Rezkov
1991–92 Champion _ _ Maxim Astanin, Andrey Kornev
1992–93 Champion _ _ Sergey Antipov, Sergei Bazarevich, Sergey Ivanov, Maxim Astanin, Andrei Kharchinskij, Vladislav Kondratov, Andrey Kornev, Igor Kudelin, Igor Kurashov, Dmitriy Minaev, Andrey Olbreht, Tikhon Sevidov, Andrey Spiridonov, Alexey Vadeev
1993–94 Champion _ Euroleague
Last 64
Vasily Karasev, Sergey Ivanov, Nikita Morgunov, Maxim Astanin, Sergey Bezrodnov, Igor Chernov, Vladimir Gorin, Sergey Grezin, Vladislav Kondratov, Andrey Kornev, Igor Kudelin, Igor Kurashov, Andrey Spiridonov, Alexey Vadeev
1994–95 Champion _ Euroleague
Last 8
Stanislav Eremin Chuck Evans, Patrick Eddie, Vasily Karasev, Nikita Morgunov, Sergey Grezin, Evgeni Kisurin, Andrey Kornev, Igor Kudelin, Igor Kurashov, Sergei Panov, Roman Safronov, Andrey Spiridonov, Sergey Tatarovich, Alexey Vadeev
1995–96 Champion _ Euroleague
3rd place
Stanislav Eremin Vasily Karasev, Alexander Volkov, Gundars Vētra, Nikita Morgunov, Julius Nwosu, Evgeni Kisurin, Andrey Kornev, Igor Kudelin, Igor Kurashov, Sergei Panov, Andrey Spiridonov, Alexey Vadeev
1996–97 Champion _ Euroleague
Last 32
Stanislav Eremin Ruslan Avleev, Sergei Bazarevich, Marcus Webb, Michael Jennings, Alexandre Bachminov, Valeri Daineko, Alexandre Goutorov, Andrey Kornev, Igor Kudelin, Sergei Panov, Andrey Spiridonov, Alexey Vadeev, Edmond Wilson
1997–98 Champion _ Euroleague Last 8 Stanislav Eremin Sergei Bazarevich, Nikita Morgunov, Gundars Vētra, Marcus Webb, Michael Jennings, Valeri Daineko, Dmitri Domani, Alexandre Goutorov, Igor Kudelin, Igor Kurashov, Sergei Panov, Dmitriy Shakulin, Mijail Solovev, Valeri Tikhonenko, Anton Yudin
1998–99 Champion _ Euroleague
Last 16
Stanislav Eremin Andrei Kirilenko, Vasily Karasev, Gundars Vētra, Randy White, Valeri Daineko, Dmitri Domani, Alexandre Goutorov, Evgeni Kisurin, Igor Kudelin, Vitaliy Nossov, Sergei Panov, Valeri Tikhonenko
1999–00 Champion _ Euroleague
Last 16
Stanislav Eremin Andrei Kirilenko, Vladan Alanović, Gintaras Einikis, Vasily Karasev, Gundars Vētra, Valeri Daineko, Dmitri Domani, Igor Kudelin, Sergei Panov, Aleksey Savkov, Aleksey Shitikov, Mate Skelin, Valeri Tikhonenko, Yadgar Karimov, Anton Iagodin, Sergey Pankratov, Aleksey Smirnov, Artem Ogurtsov, Konstantin Fomin, Sergry Gavrioushin
2000–01 4th place _ Euroleague
Last 4
Valery Tikhonenko Vladan Alanović, Dmitri Domani, Gintaras Einikis, Andrey Fetisov, Sergry Gavrioushin, Yadgar Karimov, Andrei Kirilenko, Igor Kudelin, Rusty LaRue, Nikita Morgunov, Nikolay Padius, Alexander Petrenko, Roy Rogers, Alexey Savkov, Nicolai Alekseev, Juris Umbraško, Denis Slaykovskiy, Oleg Stepanov, Aleksey Ugolkov, Artem Ogurtsov, Alexey Zvonov, Anton Iagodin, Evgeniy Kukushkin
2001–02 5th place _ Euroleague
Last 8
Valery Tikhonenko Nicolai Alekseev, Dmitri Domani, Andrey Fetisov, Gordan Giriček, Curtis McCants, Raimonds Miglinieks, Nikolay Padius, Zakhar Pashutin, Alexander Petrenko, Josko Poljak, Alexey Savkov, Mirsad Türkcan, Rubén Wolkowyski, Nikita Morgunov, Roy Rogers, Juris Umbraško, Danil Soldatov
2002–03 Champion Finalist Euroleague Last 4 Dušan Ivković Nikos Chatzivrettas, Theodoros Papaloukas, Victor Alexander, J. R. Holden, Darius Songaila, Alexander Bashimov, Chris Gatling, Victor Khryapa, Sergei Monia, Nikolay Padius, Sergei Panov, Evgeniy Pashutin, Zakhar Pashutin, Alexey Savrasenko
2003–04 Champion Finalist Euroleague 3rd place Dušan Ivković Theodoros Papaloukas, Dragan Tarlać, Victor Alexander, J. R. Holden, Alexander Bashimov, Marcus Brown, Victor Khryapa, Sergei Monia, Sergei Panov, Alexey Savrasenko, Mirsad Türkcan, Anton Yudin, Egor Vyaltsev, Giorgi Tsintsadze, Valeri Likhodei
2004–05 Champion Winner Euroleague
4th Place
Dušan Ivković Theodoros Papaloukas, Dimos Dikoudis, J. R. Holden, Martin Müürsepp, Alexey Savrasenko, David Andersen, Marcus Brown, Antonio Granger, Nikita Kurbanov, Sergei Monia, Sergei Panov, Zakhar Pashutin, Vasiliy Zavoruev, Yaroslav Korolev, Arthur Urazmanov
2005–06 Champion Winner Euroleague
Champion
Ettore Messina Theodoros Papaloukas, Nikita Kurbanov, Sergei Panov, Vassili Zavoruev, Matjaž Smodiš, David Vanterpool, J. R. Holden, Zakhar Pashutin, Vladimir Dyachok, David Andersen, Alexey Savrasenko, Anatoly Kashirov, Trajan Langdon, Tomas Van Den Spiegel
2006–07 Champion Winner Euroleague
Finalist
Ettore Messina Theodoros Papaloukas, David Andersen, J. R. Holden, Anatoly Kashirov, Nikita Kurbanov, Trajan Langdon, Zakhar Pashutin, Anton Ponkrashov, Alexey Savrasenko, Matjaž Smodiš, Óscar Torres, Tomas Van Den Spiegel, David Vanterpool, Andrey Vorontsevich, Alexey Shved
2007–08 Champion Finalist Euroleague
Champion
Ettore Messina Theodoros Papaloukas, Nikos Zisis, Anatoly Kashirov, Matjaž Smodiš, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, J. R. Holden, Zakhar Pashutin, David Andersen, Alexey Savrasenko, Artem Zabelin, Andrey Vorontsevich, Trajan Langdon, Marcus Goree, Alexey Shved, Tomas Van Den Spiegel, Victor Khryapa
2008–09 Champion 3rd place Euroleague
Finalist
Ettore Messina Nikos Zisis, Victor Keyru, Matjaž Smodiš, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, J. R. Holden, Erazem Lorbek, Artem Zabelin, Andrey Vorontsevich, Trajan Langdon, Alexey Shved, Sasha Kaun, Victor Khryapa, Zoran Planinić, Terence Morris
2009–10 Champion Winner Euroleague
3rd place
Evgeniy Pashutin Nikita Kurbanov, Victor Keyru, Matjaž Smodiš, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, J. R. Holden, Pops Mensah-Bonsu, Artem Zabelin, Anton Ponkrashov, Andrey Vorontsevich, Trajan Langdon, Sasha Kaun, Dmitri Sokolov, Victor Khryapa, Zoran Planinić
2010–11 Champion Did Not Participate Euroleague
Group Stage
Vujošević
Shakulin
Kazlauskas
Trajan Langdon, Jamont Gordon, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Victor Khryapa, Sasha Kaun, J. R. Holden, Matjaž Smodiš, Alexey Shved, Boban Marjanović, Artem Zabelin, Andrey Vorontsevich, Sergey Bykov, Dmitri Sokolov, Nikita Kurbanov
2011–12 Champion Did Not Participate Euroleague Finalist Jonas Kazlauskas Miloš Teodosić, Anton Ponkrashov, Nenad Krstić, Jamont Gordon, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Victor Khryapa, Sasha Kaun, Alexey Shved, Artem Zabelin, Andrey Vorontsevich, Sergey Bykov, Dmitri Sokolov, Nikita Kurbanov, Andrei Kirilenko, Sammy Mejia, Darjuš Lavrinovič
2012–13 Champion Did Not Participate Euroleague 3rd place Ettore Messina Miloš Teodosić, Vladimir Micov, Alexander Gudumak, Aaron Jackson, Dmitri Sokolov, Nenad Krstić, Sonny Weems, Aleksei Zozulin, Zoran Erceg, Eugeny Voronov, Andrey Vorontsevich, Sasha Kaun, Victor Khryapa, Anton Ponkrashov, Theodoros Papaloukas
2013–14 Champion Quarterfinalist Euroleague 4th place Ettore Messina Miloš Teodosić, Vladimir Micov, Alexander Gudumak, Vitaly Fridzon, Aaron Jackson, Jeremy Pargo, Nenad Krstić, Sonny Weems, Aleksei Zozulin, Andrey Vorontsevich, Grigory Shukhovtcov, Sasha Kaun, Derrick Doyle, Kyle Hines

International record[edit]

Seasons Achievement Notes
Euroleague
1960–61 European Champions defeated ASK Riga, 87-62 (W) in Moscow and 61-66 (L) in Riga in the double finals of European Champions Cup
1961–62 Semi-finals eliminated by Dinamo Tbilisi, 71-75 (L) in Moscow and 66-77 (L) in Tbilisi
1962–63 European Champions defeated Real Madrid, 69-86 (L) in Madrid, 91-74 (W) and 99-80 (W) in Moscow in the triple finals of European Champions Cup
1963–64 Quarter-finals withdrew before the competition. The "official" explanation given by the Soviet Basketball Federation was to prepare the Olympic Games.
1964–65 Final lost to Real Madrid, 88-81 (W) in Moscow and 62-76 (L) in Madrid in the double finals of European Champions Cup
1965–66 Final Four 3rd place in Bologna & Milan, lost to Simmenthal Milano 57–68 in the semi-final, defeated AEK 85–62 in the 3rd place game
1968–69 European Champions defeated Real Madrid 103-99 in the final of European Champions Cup in Barcelona
1969–70 Final lost to Ignis Varèse 74-79 in the final (Sarajevo)
1970–71 European Champions defeated Ignis Varèse 67-53 in the final of European Champions Cup in Antwerp
1972–73 Final lost to Ignis Varèse 66-71 in the final (Liège)
1974–75 Quarter-finals withdrew before the group stage for political reasons.
1976–77 Semi-final group stage 3rd place in a group with Mobilgirgi Varèse, Maccabi Elite, Real Madrid, Maes Pils Mechelen and Zbrojovka Brno
1980–81 Semi-final group stage 6th place in a group with Sinudyne Bologna, Maccabi Elite, Nashua Den Bosch, Bosna and Real Madrid
1982–83 Semi-final group stage 4th place in a group with Ford Cantù, Billy Milano, Real Madrid, Maccabi Elite and Cibona
1984–85 Semi-final group stage 4th place in a group with Cibona, Real Madrid, Maccabi Elite, Banco di Roma Virtus and Granarolo Bologna
1988–89 Quarter-finals 7th place in a group with Maccabi Elite, FC Barcelona, Jugoplastika Split, Aris, Limoges, Scavolini Pesaro and Nashua Den Bosch
1994–95 Quarter-finals eliminated 2-1 by Olympiacos, 95-65 (W) in Moscow, 77-86 (L) and 54-79 (L) in Piraeus
1995–96 Final Four 3rd place in Paris, lost to Panathinaikos 71–81 in the semi-final, defeated Real Madrid 74–73 in the 3rd place game
1997–98 Quarter-finals eliminated 2-1 by Partizan, 72-87 (L) in Belgrade, 77-52 (W) in Moscow and 77-89 (L) in Belgrade
2000–01 Final Four 4th place in Paris, lost to Maccabi Elite 80–86 in the semi-final, lost to Efes Pilsen 85–91 in the 3rd place game
2002–03 Final Four 4th place in Barcelona, lost to FC Barcelona 71–76 in the semi-final, lost to Montepaschi Siena 78–79 in the 3rd place game
2003–04 Final Four 3rd place in Tel Aviv, lost to Maccabi Elite 85–93 in the semi-final, defeated Montepaschi Siena 97–94 in the 3rd place game
2004–05 Final Four 4th place in Moscow, lost to Tau Cerámica 78–85 in the semi-final, lost to Panathinaikos 91–94 in the 3rd place game
2005–06 European Champions defeated FC Barcelona 84–75 in the semi-final, defeated Maccabi Elite 73–69 in the final of the Final Four in Prague
2006–07 Final defeated Unicaja Málaga 62–50 in the semi-final, lost to Panathinaikos 91–93 in the final (Athens)
2007–08 European Champions defeated Tau Cerámica 83–79 in the semi-final, defeated Maccabi Elite 91–77 in the final of the Final Four in Madrid
2008–09 Final defeated FC Barcelona 82–78 in the semi-final, lost to Panathinaikos 71–73 in the final (Berlin)
2009–10 Final Four 3rd place in Paris, lost to FC Barcelona 54–64 in the semi-final, defeated Partizan 90–88 in the 3rd place game
2011–12 Final defeated Panathinaikos 66–64 in the semi-final, lost to Olympiacos 61–62 in the final (Istanbul)
2012–13 Final Four 3rd place in London, lost to Olympiacos 52–69 in the semi-final, defeated FC Barcelona 74–73 in the 3rd place game
2013–14 Final Four 4th place in Milan, lost to Maccabi Electra 67–68 in the semi-final, lost to FC Barcelona 78–93 in the 3rd place game
2014–15 Final Four 3rd place in Madrid, lost to Olympiacos 68–70 in the semi-final, defeated Fenerbahçe Ülker 86–80 in the 3rd place game
Saporta Cup
1985–86 Semi-finals eliminated by FC Barcelona, 81-100 (L) in Barcelona and 88-84 (W) in Moscow
1986–87 Semi-finals eliminated by Scavolini Pesaro, 107-105 (W) in Moscow and 88-99 (L) in Pesaro
1992–93 Quarter-finals 4th place in a group with Efes Pilsen, NatWest Zaragoza, Smelt Olimpija, Hapoel Tel Aviv and ASK Brocēni
Korać Cup
1989–90 Semi-finals eliminated by Scavolini Pesaro, 90-89 (W) in Moscow and 94-107 (L) in Pesaro

Notable players[edit]

To appear in this section a player must have either:
  • Played at least one season for the club.
  • Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
  • Played at least one official international match for their national team at any time.
  • To perform very successfully during period in the club or at later/previous stages of his career.

Notable coaches[edit]

Honours[edit]

Total titles: 62

Domestic competitions[edit]

USSR League

  • Winners (24): 1945, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1990

Russian League (RSL, PBL & VTB)

  • Winners (22): 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

USSR Cup

  • Winners (3): 1972, 1973, 1982

Russian Cup

  • Winners (4): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010

European competitions[edit]

Euroleague

Triple Crown (unofficial)

  • Winners (1): 2006

Regional competitions[edit]

North European League

  • Winners (1): 2000

VTB United League

Matches against NBA teams[edit]

October 7th, 2006
Los Angeles Clippers United States 75–94 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 11th, 2006
Philadelphia 76ers United States 85–71 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 10th, 2008
Orlando Magic United States 94–66 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 14th, 2008
Toronto Raptors Canada 86–78 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 12th, 2010
Miami Heat United States 96–85 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 14th, 2010
Oklahoma City Thunder United States 97–89 Russia CSKA Moscow
October 16th, 2010
Cleveland Cavaliers United States 87–90 Russia CSKA Moscow
7 October 2013
Minnesota Timberwolves United States 106–108 Russia CSKA Moscow
9 October 2013
San Antonio Spurs United States 95–93 Russia CSKA Moscow

References[edit]

External links[edit]