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2010–11 Eurocup Basketball

2010–11 Eurocup Basketball was the ninth edition of Europe's second-tier level transnational competition for men's professional basketball clubs, the EuroCup. The EuroCup is the European-wide league level that is one tier below the EuroLeague level. It began with qualifying round matches on September 29, 2010, and ended on April 16-17, 2011, with the 2010–11 Eurocup Finals, which was played at the Arena Palaverde, in Treviso.

2010–11 Eurocup
Competition details
Season 2010–11
Dates September 29, 2010 – April 17, 2011
Final positions
Champions Russia UNICS (1st title)
Runners-up Spain Cajasol
Third place Croatia Cedevita
Awards
MVP Croatia Dontaye Draper
(Cedevita)
Finals MVP Croatia Marko Popović
(UNICS)
Statistical leaders
Points Azerbaijan Jaycee Carroll
(Gran Canaria 2014)

TeamsEdit

Group stage
Country (League) Teams Teams (rankings in 2009–10 national championships)
  Germany (BBL) 2 EWE Baskets (5th) Göttingen (7th)
  Greece (ESAKE A1) 2 Panellinios (4th) PAOK (5th)
  Spain (ACB) 2 Cajasol (6th) Asefa Estudiantes (7th)
  Italy (Serie A) 1 Bennet Cantù (4th)
  Latvia (LBL) 1 VEF Rīga (2nd)
  Lithuania (LKL) 1 Šiauliai (3rd)
  Poland (PLK) 1 Anwil Włocławek (2nd)
  Russia (PBL) 1 Krasnye Krylia (8th)
Losers of Euroleague 2010–11 qualifying rounds
Country (League) Teams Teams (rankings in 2009–10 national championships)
  France (Pro A) 3 Chorale Roanne (3rd) ASVEL (4th) Le Mans (2nd)
  Czech Republic (NBL) 1 ČEZ Nymburk (1st)
  Germany (BBL) 1 Alba Berlin (6th)
  Israel (Ligat HaAl) 1 Hapoel Gilboa Galil (1st)
  Italy (Serie A) 1 Pepsi Caserta (3rd)
  Montenegro (Opportunity Liga) 1 Budućnost (1st)
  Netherlands (FEB) 1 GasTerra Flames (1st)
  Russia (PBL) 1 UNICS (3rd)
  Serbia (KLS) 1 Hemofarm (2nd)
  Turkey (TBL) 1 Bandırma Banvit (3rd)
  Ukraine (SuperLeague) 1 Budivelnyk (2nd)
Qualifying round
Country (League) Teams Teams (rankings in 2009–10 national championships)
  Turkey (TBL) 2 Beşiktaş Cola Turka (4th) Galatasaray Café Crown (9th)
  Croatia (A1 Liga) 1 Cedevita (3rd)
  Greece (ESAKE A1) 1 Aris (7th)
  Israel (Ligat HaAl) 1 Hapoel Migdal (3rd)
  Italy (Serie A) 1 Benetton Bwin Treviso (8th)
  Spain (ACB) 1 Gran Canaria 2014 (8th)
  Ukraine (SuperLeague) 1 Azovmash (1st)

Qualifying roundEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Beşiktaş Cola Turka   152–137   Deutsche Bank Skyliners 68–61 84–76
Hapoel Migdal   146–132   Belgacom Liège 62–59 84–73
Aris   170–167   Lukoil Academic 78–74 92–93
Gran Canaria 2014   165–131   Zagreb CO 69–71 96–60
Azovmash   155–145   Entente Orléanaise 76–80 79–65
Spartak Saint Petersburg   136–139   Galatasaray Café Crown 58–69 78–70
Benetton Bwin Treviso   181–118   APOEL 97–55 84–63
Dynamo Moscow   134–169   Cedevita 61–97 73–72

Regular seasonEdit

The Regular Season ran from November 16, 2010 to December 21, 2010.

If teams were level on record at the end of the Regular Season, tiebreakers were applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Regular Season.
  4. Points scored during the regular season.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Regular Season match.
Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to Top 16
     Eliminated

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   UNICS 6 5 1 507 379 +128
2.   Le Mans 6 4 2 426 429 −3
3.   Bandırma Banvit 6 2 4 402 474 −72
4.   EWE Baskets 6 1 5 435 488 −53

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Göttingen 6 4 2 478 442 +36
2.   Hemofarm 6 3 3 496 512 −16
3.   ASVEL 6 3 3 494 506 −12
4.   Beşiktaş Cola Turka 6 2 4 516 524 −8

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Gran Canaria 2014 6 5 1 463 396 +67
2.   Budivelnyk 6 4 2 397 391 +6
3.   Budućnost 6 3 3 431 418 +13
4.   Šiauliai 6 0 6 420 506 −86

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Aris 6 5 1 514 462 +50
2.   Cedevita 6 4 2 484 479 +5
3.   Azovmash 6 2 4 492 504 −12
4.   Hapoel Gilboa Galil 6 1 5 492 537 −45

Group EEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Galatasaray Café Crown 6 4 2 441 374 +67
2.   Panellinios 6 4 2 366 375 −9
3.   Bennet Cantù 6 3 3 413 398 +15
4.   GasTerra Flames 6 1 5 365 438 −73

Group FEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Benetton Bwin Treviso 6 6 0 454 414 +40
2.   Asefa Estudiantes 6 3 3 483 462 +21
3.   PAOK 6 3 3 449 438 +11
4.   Chorale Roanne 6 0 6 423 495 −72

Group GEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   ČEZ Nymburk 6 4 2 496 473 +23
2.   Cajasol 6 3 3 494 478 +16
3.   Hapoel Migdal 6 3 3 466 463 +3
4.   VEF Rīga 6 2 4 472 514 −42

Group HEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Alba Berlin 6 6 0 496 414 +82
2.   Pepsi Caserta 6 3 3 472 463 +9
3.   Krasnye Krylia 6 2 4 478 502 −24
4.   Anwil Włocławek 6 1 5 470 537 −67

Top 16Edit

Key to colors
     Top two places in each group advance to Quarterfinals
     Eliminated

Group IEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1.   UNICS 6 4 2 492 459 +33 1–1 (+14)
2.   Cedevita 6 4 2 513 531 −18 1–1 (−14)
3.   Gran Canaria 2014 6 2 4 482 484 −2 1–1 (+5)
4.   Hemofarm 6 2 4 453 466 −13 1–1 (−5)

Group JEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1.   Budivelnyk 6 4 2 417 413 +4 2–0 (+17)
2.   Göttingen 6 4 2 433 416 +17 0–2 (-17)
3.   Le Mans 6 2 4 444 445 −1 2–0 (+20)
4.   Aris 6 2 4 443 463 −20 0–2 (−20)

Group KEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1.   Asefa Estudiantes 6 5 1 489 459 +30 1–1 (+8)
2.   Pepsi Caserta 6 5 1 474 453 +21 1–1 (−8)
3.   Galatasaray Café Crown 6 2 4 409 421 −12
4.   ČEZ Nymburk 6 0 6 451 490 −39

Group LEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1.   Benetton Bwin Treviso 6 5 1 461 426 +35 1–1 (+5)
2.   Cajasol 6 5 1 476 440 +36 1–1 (−5)
3.   Panellinios 6 1 5 451 477 −26 1–1 (+10)
4.   Alba Berlin 6 1 5 434 479 −45 1–1 (−10)

QuarterfinalsEdit

The quarterfinals were two-legged ties determined on aggregate score. The first legs was played on March 23. All return legs were played on March 30. The group winner in each tie, listed as "Team #1", hosted the second leg.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
UNICS   169–161   Pepsi Caserta 90–84 79–77
Budivelnyk   129–144   Cajasol 49–67 80–77
Asefa Estudiantes   153–171   Cedevita 81–90 72–81
Benetton Bwin Treviso   150–128   Göttingen 66–66 84–62

Final fourEdit

Euroleague Basketball Company announced that the 2010-11 Eurocup season would culminate with the Eurocup Finals in Treviso, Italy, on April 16 and 17.[1]

SemifinalsEdit

April 16, Palaverde, Treviso

Team 1  Score  Team 2
UNICS   87–66   Cedevita
Cajasol   75–63   Benetton Bwin Treviso

3rd place gameEdit

April 17, Palaverde, Treviso

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Cedevita   59–57   Benetton Bwin Treviso

FinalEdit

April 17, Palaverde, Treviso

Team 1  Score  Team 2
UNICS   92–77   Cajasol
2010–11 Eurocup Champions
 
UNICS
1st title

Final standingsEdit

Team
    UNICS
    Cajasol
    Cedevita
  Benetton Bwin Treviso

Individual statisticsEdit

PointsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1.   Jaycee Carroll   Gran Canaria 2014 12 228 19.00
2.   Bracey Wright   Cedevita 10 167 16.70
3.   Chester Simmons   ČEZ Nymburk 12 191 15.92
4.   Devin Smith   Benetton Bwin Treviso 16 252 15.75
5.   Terrell Lyday   UNICS 15 235 15.67

ReboundsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1.   Maciej Lampe   UNICS 16 129 8.06
2.   Jumaine Jones   Pepsi Caserta 13 100 7.69
3.   P. J. Tucker   Aris 12 86 7.17
4.   Nik Caner-Medley   Asefa Estudiantes 14 98 7.00
5.   Corsley Edwards   Cedevita 11 77 7.00

AssistsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Points APG
1.   Dontaye Draper   Cedevita 14 87 6.21
1.   Marko Popović   UNICS 11 64 5.82
3.   Stefan Marković   Benetton Bwin Treviso 16 78 4.88
4.   Trenton Meacham   Göttingen 14 65 4.64
5.   Jayson Granger   Asefa Estudiantes 14 60 4.29

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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