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The 2010–11 season is the 15th edition of Europe's premier basketball tournament for women - EuroLeague Women since it was rebranded to its current format

2010–11 EuroLeague Women
LeagueEuroLeague Women
SportBasketball
Regular Season
Final
ChampionsSpain Halcón Avenida Salamanca
  Runners-upRussia Spartak Moscow Region
EuroLeague Women seasons

Contents

Regular seasonEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1.   Cras Basket Taranto 10 8 2 658 571 +87 18
2.   Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 10 7 3 691 620 +71 17
3.   Good Angels Košice 10 5 5 699 641 +58 15
4.   Pécs 2010 10 5 5 618 651 −33 15
5.   USO Mondeville 10 4 6 637 663 −26 14
6.   TTT Riga 10 1 9 548 705 −157 11

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1.   Fenerbahçe S.K. 10 10 0 891 754 +137 20
2.   UMMC Ekaterinburg 10 8 2 783 664 +119 18
3.   Rivas Ecópolis 10 5 5 738 768 −30 15
4.   MKB Euroleasing Sopron 10 4 6 768 771 −3 14
5.   Gospić Croatia Osiguranje 10 2 8 787 889 −102 12
6.   Lotos Gdynia 10 1 9 728 849 −121 11

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1.   Halcon Avenida Salamanca 10 8 2 777 645 +132 18
2.   Spartak Moscow Region 10 6 4 771 636 +135 16
3.   ZVVZ USK Praha 10 5 5 735 724 +11 15
4.   Galatasaray Istanbul 10 4 6 694 754 −60 14
5.   Vici Aistes Kaunas 10 4 6 680 788 −108 14
6.   Tarbes Gespe Bigorre 10 3 7 646 756 −110 13

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1.   Ros Casares Valencia 10 8 2 754 606 +148 18
2.   Bourges Basket 10 7 3 676 631 +45 17
3.   Beretta Famila Schio 10 6 4 683 648 +35 16
4.   Nadezhda Orenburg 10 5 5 713 666 +47 15
5.   AZS PWSZ Gorzów Wielkopolski 10 2 8 607 736 −129 12
6.   Frisco SIKA Brno 10 2 8 609 755 −146 12

Knockout stageEdit

EightfinalsEdit

Game 1 was played 1 February 2011. Game 2 was played 4 February 2011. Game 3 will be played 9 February 2011. The team that wins two games first, advances to the quarterfinals.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Fenerbahçe S.K.   2 – 0   Galatasaray Istanbul 77 – 58 73 – 51
Spartak Moscow Region   2 – 1   Beretta Famila Schio 65 – 60 64 – 66 69 – 63
UMMC Ekaterinburg   2 – 0   Rivas Ecópolis 63 – 58 83 – 74
Cras Basket Taranto   2 – 1   ZVVZ USK Praha 56 – 73 75 – 73 83 – 49
Ros Casares Valencia   2 – 1   MKB Euroleasing Sopron 84 – 56 70 – 72 86 – 63
Bourges Basket   2 – 1   Good Angels Košice 76 – 68 54 – 61 79 – 68
Halcon Avenida Salamanca   2 – 0   Pécs 2010 76 – 60 73 – 66
Wisła Can-Pack Kraków   2 – 0   Nadezhda Orenburg 75 – 70 72 – 63

QuarterfinalsEdit

Game 1 was played 22 February 2011. Game 2 was played 25 February 2011. Game 3 would have been played on 2 March 2011. The team that won two games first, advanced to the Final four.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg*
Fenerbahçe S.K.   0 – 2   Spartak Moscow Region 78 – 86 56 – 74
UMMC Ekaterinburg   2 – 0   Cras Basket Taranto 68 – 51 74 – 32
Ros Casares Valencia   2 – 0   Bourges Basket 65 – 58 63 – 58
Halcon Avenida Salamanca   2 – 0   Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 87 – 70 72 – 60

Final fourEdit

The venue was decided on March 8, 2011.[1] Ultimately, Yekaterinburg won the bidding and will host the event at the Uralochka Sports Palace.[2]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
8 April
 
 
  Spartak Moscow Region54
 
10 April
 
  UMMC Ekaterinburg43
 
  Spartak Moscow Region59
 
8 April
 
  Halcon Avenida Salamanca68
 
  Ros Casares Valencia49
 
 
  Halcon Avenida Salamanca61
 
Third place
 
 
10 April
 
 
  UMMC Ekaterinburg64
 
 
  Ros Casares Valencia52

All times are local (UTC+6).

SemifinalsEdit

8 April 2011
19:00
Spartak Moscow Region   54–43   UMMC Ekaterinburg
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 7–13, 15–5, 17–11
Pts: Prince 13
Rebs: McWilliams 10
Asts: Bird, Quinn 3
Pts: Parker 11
Rebs: Parker, Stepanova 9
Asts: Dumerc 3
Uralochka Sports Palace, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 5,500
Referees: Giansanti (ITA), Brziak (SVK), Krause (GER)

8 April 2011
21:15
Ros Casares Valencia   49–61   Halcón Avenida Salamanca
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 14–14, 10–18, 10–15
Pts: Douglas, Brunson 15
Rebs: Douglas 9
Asts: Douglas, Palau 3
Pts: Lyttle 17
Rebs: Lyttle, de Souza 11
Asts: three players 3
Uralochka Sports Palace, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 3,000
Referees: Herceg (CRO), Glisic (SRB), Baumanis (LAT)

Third place gameEdit

10 April 2011
16:45
UMMC Ekaterinburg   64–52   Ros Casares Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 12–12, 12–15, 18–14, 22–11
Pts: Gruda 14
Rebs: Gruda, Parker 9
Asts: Pondexter 6
Pts: Brunson 12
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Edwige Lawson 3
Uralochka Sports Palace, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 5,500
Referees: Brziak (SVK), Baumanis (LAT), Nitu (ROU)

FinalEdit

10 April 2011
19:00
Spartak Moscow Region   59–68   Halcón Avenida Salamanca
Scoring by quarter: 8–14, 14–16, 16–20, 21–18
Pts: McWilliams 17
Rebs: McWilliams 11
Asts: Milovanović 3
Pts: Domínguez 16
Rebs: Lyttle 13
Asts: three players 2
Uralochka Sports Palace, Yekaterinburg
Attendance: 3,800
Referees: Herceg (CRO), Krause (GER), Glisic (SRB)
Euroleague Women 2011 Champions
 
Halcón Avenida Salamanca
First title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Final Four hosts decision coming up". fibaeurope.com. 2011-03-02. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  2. ^ "Ticket Sales for Euroleague-2011 "Final Four" Games Open" (Press release). UMMC Ekaterinburg. 2011-03-25. Retrieved 2011-03-26.

External linksEdit