1999–2000 FIBA EuroLeague

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The 1999–2000 FIBA EuroLeague was the 43rd installment of the European top-tier level professional club competition for basketball clubs (now called simply EuroLeague). It began on September 23, 1999, and ended on April 4, 2000. The competition's Final Four was held at PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki, with Panathinaikos defeating Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv in the EuroLeague Final, in front of 8,500 spectators.[1]

FIBA EuroLeague
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The Final Four was hosted at the PAOK Sports Arena
Competition details
Season 1999–2000
Teams 24
Dates 23 September 1999 – 4 April 2000
Final positions
Champions Greece Panathinaikos
(2nd title)
Runners-up Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
Third place Turkey Efes Pilsen
Fourth place Spain FC Barcelona
Awards
Final Four MVP Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željko Rebrača
Statistical leaders
Points Slovenia Miljan Goljović
20.2
Rebounds Turkey Hüseyin Beşok
10.0
Assists United States David Rivers
4.9

Efes Pilsen finished in the third position, and FC Barcelona finished fourth.

Competition systemEdit

  • 24 teams (the national domestic league champions from the best leagues, and a variable number of other clubs from the most important national domestic leagues). The competition culminated in a Final Four.

TeamsEdit

  Varese Roosters (1st)   Panathinaikos (1st)   Pau-Orthez (1st)   Union Olimpija (1st)
  Benetton Treviso (2nd)   Olympiacos (2nd)   ASVEL (2nd)   Pivovarna Laško (2nd)
  Paf Wennington Bologna (3rd)   PAOK (3rd)   Cholet (5th)   CSKA Moscow (1st)
  FC Barcelona (1st)   Tofaş (1st)   Budućnost (1st)   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv (1st)
  Caja San Fernando (2nd)   Efes Pilsen (2nd)   Crvena zvezda (2nd)   Alba Berlin (1st)
  Real Madrid Teka (3rd)   Ülker (3rd)   Cibona VIP (1st)   Žalgiris (1st)

First roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   FC Barcelona 10 9 1 780 685 +95
2.   CSKA Moscow 10 7 3 754 705 +49
3.   Benetton Treviso 10 6 4 700 675 +25
4.   PAOK 10 5 5 730 680 +50
5.   Cholet 10 2 8 640 711 –71
6.   Crvena zvezda 10 1 9 636 784 –148

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Panathinaikos 10 9 1 802 690 +112
2.   Union Olimpija 10 5 5 776 791 –15
3.   Real Madrid Teka 10 5 5 714 743 –29
4.   Alba Berlin 10 5 5 734 747 –14
5.   Tofaş 10 4 6 715 738 –23
6.   Žalgiris 10 2 8 719 751 –32

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   ASVEL 10 8 2 711 645 +66
2.   Olympiacos 10 6 4 668 627 +41
3.   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 10 6 4 773 714 +59
4.   Ülker 10 5 5 756 770 –14
5.   Varese Roosters 10 3 7 715 762 –47
6.   Pivovarna Laško 10 2 8 712 817 –105

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Efes Pilsen 10 6 4 707 678 +29
2.   Cibona VIP 10 6 4 744 759 –15
3.   Paf Wennington Bologna 10 6 4 729 703 +26
4.   Budućnost 10 5 5 760 746 +14
5.   Caja San Fernando 10 5 5 699 689 +10
6.   Pau-Orthez 10 2 8 686 750 –64

Second roundEdit

(The individual scores and standings of the First stage were accumulated in the Second stage)

If one or more clubs were level on won-lost record, tiebreakers were applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record in matches between the tied clubs
  2. Overall point difference in games between the tied clubs
  3. Overall point difference in all group matches (first tiebreaker if tied clubs were not in the same group)
  4. Points scored in all group matches
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each group match
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advance to Playoff

Group EEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   FC Barcelona 16 12 4 1183 1091 +92
2.   CSKA Moscow 16 9 7 1216 1182 +34
3.   Benetton Treviso 16 9 7 1156 1139 +17
4.   Alba Berlin 16 9 7 1174 1186 –12
5.   Tofaş 16 8 8 1193 1171 +22
6.   Žalgiris 16 4 12 1148 1200 –52

Group FEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Panathinaikos 16 13 3 1246 1084 +162
2.   Union Olimpija 16 10 6 1201 1175 +26
3.   Real Madrid Teka 16 10 6 1227 1187 +40
4.   PAOK 16 7 9 1140 1114 +26
5.   Cholet 16 3 13 1054 1186 –132
6.   Crvena zvezda 16 1 15 1034 1257 –223

Group GEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 16 12 4 1182 1050 +132
2.   ASVEL 16 11 5 1107 1056 +51
3.   Olympiacos 16 10 6 1117 1045 +72
4.   Budućnost 16 7 9 1164 1168 –4
5.   Caja San Fernando 16 6 10 1068 1107 –39
6.   Pau-Orthez 16 4 12 1078 1164 –86

Group HEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Efes Pilsen 16 11 5 1221 1142 +79
2.   Paf Wennington Bologna 16 10 6 1198 1145 +53
3.   Cibona VIP 16 10 6 1201 1207 –6
4.   Ülker 16 8 8 1204 1235 –31
5.   Varese Roosters 16 5 11 1186 1240 –54
6.   Pivovarna Laško 16 2 14 1147 1314 –167

Top 16Edit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Union Olimpija   2–1   Olympiacos 65–61 52–68 85–67
FC Barcelona   2–1   Ülker 78–73 60–63 86–65
Paf Wennington Bologna   2–0   Benetton Treviso 82–73 77–61 {{{8}}}
Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   2–1   PAOK 77–62 55–67 78–62
CSKA Moscow   1–2   Cibona VIP 72–75 75–55 69–78
Panathinaikos   2–1   Budućnost 65–59 64–77 78–61
ASVEL   2–0   Real Madrid Teka 72–59 85–73 {{{8}}}
Efes Pilsen   2–0   Alba Berlin 90–81 93–73 {{{8}}}

QuarterfinalsEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
FC Barcelona   2–1   Union Olimpija 70–67 64–71 71–66
Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   2–1   Paf Wennington Bologna 62–65 80–73 79–64
Panathinaikos   2–0   Cibona VIP 73–62 69–63 {{{8}}}
Efes Pilsen   2–1   ASVEL 93–85 60–77 68–66

Final FourEdit

SemifinalsEdit

April 18, PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Barcelona   51–65   Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
Panathinaikos   81–71   Efes Pilsen

Third place gameEdit

April 20, PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Barcelona   69–75   Efes Pilsen

FinalEdit

April 20, PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv   67–73   Panathinaikos


1999–2000 FIBA EuroLeague Champions
 
Panathinaikos
2nd Title

AwardsEdit

FIBA EuroLeague Top ScorerEdit

FIBA EuroLeague Final Four MVPEdit

FIBA EuroLeague Finals Top ScorerEdit

FIBA EuroLeague All-Final Four TeamEdit

FIBA EuroLeague All-Final Four Team
Player Team Ref.
  Oded Kattash Panathinaikos [2]
  Hedo Türkoğlu Efes
  Dejan Bodiroga Panathinaikos
  Nate Huffman Maccabi Tel Aviv
  Željko Rebrača (MVP) Panathinaikos

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit