1991–92 KK Partizan season

The 1991–92 season was the most successful season in the history of KK Partizan. Partizan took the title of European champion and also won the Yugoslav League and the Yugoslav Cup.

Partizan
1991–92 season
PresidentRadojica Nikčević
Head coachŽeljko Obradović
Yugoslav LeagueGold medal icon.svg Champion
Yugoslav CupGold medal icon.svg Champion
European LeagueGold medal icon.svg Champion[1]

PlayersEdit

RosterEdit

No. Name Position
4 Aleksandar Đorđević PG
5 Predrag Danilović SG
6 Nikola Lončar SG
7 Igor Mihajlovski PF
8 Zoran Stevanović C
9 Igor Perović SG
10 Dragiša Šarić SF
11 Željko Rebrača C
12 Mlađan Šilobad C
13 Slaviša Koprivica PF / C
14 Vladimir Dragutinović PG
15 Ivo Nakić SF
Head coach: Željko Obradović

YUBA LeagueEdit

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Partizan 22 20 2 2040 1569 +471 42 Advance to the playoffs
2 Crvena zvezda 22 15 7 1838 1759 +79 37
3 Rabotnički 22 14 8 1814 1644 +170 36
4 Sloboda Dita 22 13 9 1831 1727 +104 35
5 Bosna 22 13 9 1909 1887 +22 35

FinalEdit

1992
F 1
Partizan   104–81   Crvena zvezda Belgrade
Pts: Đorđević 24 Pts: Ilić 28 Arena: Pionir Hall
Attendance: 5,000
1992
F 2
Partizan   92–81   Crvena zvezda Belgrade
Pts: Đorđević 25 Pts: Janković 27 Arena: Pionir Hall
Attendance: 3,500
1992
F 3
Crvena zvezda   75–92   Partizan Belgrade
Pts: Obradović 26 Pts: Danilović 23 Arena: Pionir Hall
Attendance: 4,000

European LeagueEdit

Second roundEdit

1 October 1991 Szolnoki Olajbányász   65–92   Partizan Szolnok
Scoring by quarter: 36–54, 29–38
Pts: Berkics 20 Report Pts: Danilović 25 Arena: Tiszaligeti Sportcsarnok
Attendance: 3,000
3 October 1991 Partizan   89–72   Szolnoki Olajbányász Szolnok
Scoring by quarter: 45–32, 44–40
Pts: Nakić 19 Report Pts: Hosszú 21 Arena: Tiszaligeti Sportcsarnok
Attendance: 2,000

Regular seasonEdit

Group BEdit

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1.   Montigalà Joventut 14 25 11 3 1276 1114 +162
2.   Estudiantes Caja Postal 14 24 10 4 1145 1096 +49
3.   Philips Milano 14 24 10 4 1264 1161 +103
4.   Partizan* 14 23 9 5 1178 1077 +101
5.   Bayer 04 Leverkusen 14 21 7 7 1217 1154 +63
6.   Maes Pils 14 18 4 10 1112 1230 -118
7.   Aris 14 17 3 11 1139 1359 -220
8.   Commodore Den Helder 14 16 2 12 1050 1190 -140
31 October 1991 Commodore   75–81   Partizan Den Helder
Scoring by quarter: 36–34, 39–47
Report Arena: Kingsdome
Attendance: 1,500
7 November 1991 Partizan   87–67   Maes Pils Fuenlabrada
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
28 November 1991 Partizan   86–70   Philips Milano Fuenlabrada
Scoring by quarter: 52–34, 34–36
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Attendance: 3,000
5 December 1991 Montigalà Joventut   79–76   Partizan Badalona
Scoring by quarter: 37–26, 42–50
Report Arena: Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
Attendance: 10,000
12 December 1991 Bayer 04 Leverkusen   80–73   Partizan Leverkusen
Scoring by quarter: 41–31, 39–42
Report Arena: Wilhelm Dopatka Halle
Attendance: 3,100
19 December 1991 Partizan   75–95   Estudiantes Caja Postal Fuenlabrada
Scoring by quarter: 31–44, 44–51
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Attendance: 3,600
9 January 1992 Aris   75–83   Partizan Thessaloniki
Scoring by quarter: 38–41, 37–42
Report Arena: Nick Galis Hall
Attendance: 3,500
16 January 1992 Partizan   111–77   Commodore Fuenlabrada
Scoring by quarter: 56–42, 55–35
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Attendance: 2,000
23 January 1992 Maes Pils   86–72   Partizan Mechelen
Scoring by quarter: 37–32, 49–40
Report Arena: Sporthal Arena
Attendance: 1,500
30 January 1992 Philips Milano   89–94   Partizan Milan
Scoring by quarter: 36–44, 53–50
Report Arena: Forum di Assago
Attendance: 6,500
13 February 1992 Partizan   93–69   Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fuenlabrada
Scoring by quarter: 41–31, 39–42
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Attendance: 2,800
20 February 1992 Estudiantes Caja Postal   75–72   Partizan Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 33–38, 42–34
Report Arena: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
Attendance: 10,500
27 February 1992 Partizan   99–65   Aris Fuenlabrada
Scoring by quarter: 51–36, 48–29
Report Arena: Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Attendance: 2,500

QuarterfinalEdit

12 March 1992 Partizan   78–65
(Series: 1–0)
  Knorr Bologna Belgrade
Scoring by quarter: 42–35, 36–30
Pts: Đorđević 26 Report Arena: Pionir Hall
17 March 1992 Knorr Bologna   61–60
(Series: 1–1)
  Partizan Casalecchio di Reno
Scoring by quarter: 26–27, 35–33
Pts: Brunamonti 20 Report Pts: Danilović 19 Attendance: 5,895
19 March 1992 Knorr Bologna   65–69
(Series: 1–2)
  Partizan Casalecchio di Reno
Scoring by quarter: 33–29, 32–40
Pts: Binelli 23 Report Pts: Danilović 23 Attendance: 6,273

Final FourEdit

SemifinalEdit

14 April 1992 Partizan   82–75   Philips Milano Istanbul
19:00 Scoring by quarter: 31–35, 51–40
Pts: Danilović 22
Rebs: Danilović 10
Asts: Danilović 3
Report Pts: Dawkins 21
Rebs: Dawkins 19
Asts: Montecchi 6
Arena: Abdi İpekçi Arena
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Costas Rigas (GRE), Philippe Leemann (SUI)

FinalEdit

16 April 1992 Partizan   71–70   Montigalà Joventut Istanbul
21:00 Scoring by quarter: 40–34, 31–36
Pts: Danilović 25
Rebs: Danilović, Dragutinović 5
Asts: Đorđević 3
Report Pts: Pressley 20
Rebs: Morales, Pressley 9
Asts: R. Jofresa, Thompson 2
Arena: Abdi İpekçi Arena
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Philippe Leemann (SUI)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "25 godina od TROJKE u Istanbulu".

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