ULEB Cup 2007–08 Final Eight

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Main favourite for ULEB Cup trophy - Dynamo Moscow

ULEB Cup 2007–08 Final Eight was the final round of 2007–08 ULEB Cup, and there were eight teams, which won their matches in Sixteenth Finals and Eighth finals. The Final Eight was be held in Turin, Italy, at the Torino Palavela arena. The matches were played from April 10 to April 13.

Accommodation[edit]

Arena[edit]

The arena, which hosted the Final Eight - Torino Palavela is the biggest multi-arena in Turin. It is used also for figure skating and ice hockey. For basketball the seating capacity of the arena is 9,200.[1]

Competition[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Bracket for the Final Eight.

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
April 11, Turin        
 Russia Dynamo Moscow  78
April 12, Turin
 Poland Turów Zgorzelec  63  
 Russia Dynamo Moscow  78
April 11, Turin
   Spain Akasvayu Girona  81  
 Spain Akasvayu Girona  75
April 13, Turin
 Russia UNICS Kazan  66  
 Spain Akasvayu Girona  54
April 10, Turin
   Spain DKV Joventut  79
 Spain DKV Joventut  77
April 12, Turin
 Spain Pamesa Valencia  67  
 Spain DKV Joventut  90 Third place
April 10, Turin
   Turkey Galatasaray CC  83  
 Turkey Beşiktaş Cola Turka  60  Russia Dynamo Moscow  84
 Turkey Galatasaray CC  61    Turkey Galatasaray CC  67
April 13, Turin

Results[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

April 10
18:30
Beşiktaş Cola Turka Turkey 60–61 Turkey Galatasaray Cafe Crown
Scoring by quarter: 11-19, 13-16, 18-14, 18-12
Pts: Predrag Drobnjak 17
Rebs: Kaya Peker 7
Asts: Sandro Nicević 3
Pts: Robert Hite 22
Rebs: Charles Gaines 10
Asts: Dee Brown 3
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 4,000
April 10
21:00
DKV Joventut Spain 77–67 Spain Pamesa Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 25-16, 19-10, 17-11, 16-30
Pts: Demond Mallet 16
Rebs: Ricky Rubio 7
Asts: Rudy Fernández 5
Pts: Shammond Williams 25
Rebs: Shammond Williams 6
Asts: Williams, Milojević 3
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 4,500
April 11
18:30
Dynamo Moscow Russia 78–63 Poland Turów Zgorzelec
Scoring by quarter: 25-17, 18-24, 18-11, 17-14
Pts: Henry Domercant 22
Rebs: Antonis Fotsis 6
Asts: Samoilenko, Vujanić 3
Pts: David Logan 19
Rebs: David Logan 7
Asts: Andres Rodriguez 4
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 4,790
April 11
21:00
Akasvayu Girona Spain 75–66 Russia UNICS Kazan
Scoring by quarter: 25-24, 11-12, 23-14, 16-16
Pts: McDonald, Gasol 19
Rebs: Víctor Sada 6
Asts: Víctor Sada 8
Pts: Chikalkin, Savanović 12
Rebs: Tariq Kirksay 7
Asts: Tariq Kirksay 4
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 4,790

Semifinals[edit]

April 12
18:30
DKV Joventut Spain 90–83 Turkey Galatasaray Cafe Crown
Scoring by quarter: 27-17, 20-20, 21-23, 22-23
Pts: Rudy Fernández 27
Rebs: Jérôme Moïso 9
Asts: Ricky Rubio 5
Pts: Robert Hite 28
Rebs: Chris Owens 12
Asts: Owens, Brown 4
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 5,060
April 12
21:00
Dynamo Moscow Russia 78–81 Spain Akasvayu Girona
Scoring by quarter: 20-23, 15-15, 14-26, 29-17
Pts: Henry Domercant 20
Rebs: Robertas Javtokas 10
Asts: Miloš Vujanić 6
Pts: Ivan Radenović 20
Rebs: Daniels, Radenović 7
Asts: Víctor Sada 7
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 5,060

Third Place[edit]

April 13
15:30
Dynamo Moscow Russia 84–67 Turkey Galatasaray Cafe Crown
Scoring by quarter: 26-8, 18-23, 13-17, 27-19
Pts: Sergei Monia 17
Rebs: Robertas Javtokas 9
Asts: Sergei Bykov 4
Pts: Erdem Türetken 16
Rebs: Gaines 8
Asts: Kaya, Erden 4
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 5,060

Final[edit]

April 13
18:30
Akasvayu Girona Spain 54–79 Spain DKV Joventut
Scoring by quarter: 21-16, 6-18, 10-24, 17-21
Pts: Ivan Radenović 20
Rebs: Marc Gasol 10
Asts: Víctor Sada 5
Pts: Demond Mallet 26
Rebs: Luboš Bartoň 8
Asts: Pau Ribas 3
Palavela, Turin
Attendance: 5,060

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