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2016–17 EuroCup Basketball

The 2016–17 EuroCup Basketball season, also known as 7DAYS EuroCup, for sponsorship reasons,[1] was the 15th season of Europe's secondary level professional club basketball tournament, organised by Euroleague Basketball. It was the ninth season since it was renamed from the ULEB Cup to the EuroCup, and the first season under the title sponsorship name of 7DAYS.

7DAYS EuroCup1
Competition details
Season 2016–17
Teams 20 (competition proper)
Games played 146
Dates 12 October 2016 – 5 April 2017 (competition proper)
Final positions
Champions Spain Unicaja (1st title)
Runners-up Spain Valencia Basket
Semifinalists Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
Israel Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem
Awards
MVP Russia Alexey Shved
Finals MVP Spain Alberto Díaz
Coach of the Year Spain Pedro Martínez
Rising Star Latvia Rolands Šmits
Statistical leaders
Index Rating Russia Alexey Shved
22.0
Points Russia Alexey Shved
22.1
Rebounds United States Drew Gordon
9.6
Assists Serbia Stefan Marković
9.1
Records
Biggest home win Valencia Basket 95–58 ratiopharm Ulm
(12 October 2016)
Biggest away win Nizhny Novgorod 63–97 Lietuvos rytas
(17 January 2017)
Highest scoring ALBA Berlin 124–115 Lietuvos rytas
(2 November 2016)
Winning streak 13 games
Valencia Basket
Losing streak 8 games
Budućnost VOLI
MZT Skopje Aerodrom
Highest attendance 10,367
Unicaja 79–71 Valencia Basket
(31 March 2017)
Lowest attendance 80
Budućnost 95–97 Zenit
(7 December 2016)
Total attendance 628,354
Average attendance 4,304
All statistics correct as of 5 April 2017.
1 Sponsored name, referring to 7DAYS.

The 2017 EuroCup Finals were played between Unicaja and Valencia Basket, and won by Unicaja, which was their first EuroCup title, and their second title overall in a European-wide competition, after they previously won the Korać Cup 16 years earlier. As the winners of the 2016–17 EuroCup Basketball competition, Unicaja qualified for the European top-tier level 2017–18 EuroLeague season.

Format changesEdit

In April 2016, Euroleague Basketball agreed on a new competition format, with 24 teams that will compete in four groups of six teams, with a double round-robin format. The four first qualified teams of the four groups will compete in four groups of four teams, with a double round-robin format. The two first qualified teams of the four groups will play quarterfinals, semifinals, and the finals, with a best-of-three playoffs.[2]

Team allocationEdit

A total of 24 teams from 12 countries were expected to participate in the 2016–17 EuroCup Basketball,[3] but finally 20 teams from 9 countries participate in the competition.

DistributionEdit

The table below shows the default access list.[3]

Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
Regular season
(24 teams)
Top 16
(16 teams)
  • 4 group winners from the regular season
  • 4 group runners-up from the regular season
  • 4 group third-placed teams from the regular season
  • 4 group fourth-placed teams from the regular season
Playoffs
(8 teams)
  • 4 group winners from the Top 16
  • 4 group runners-up from the Top 16

FIBA–Euroleague Basketball controversyEdit

In July 2016, Italian clubs withdrew from the competition after several threats from FIBA,[4][5] and were replaced by Lietkabelis, Krasny Oktyabr, MZT Skopje Aerodrom and Montakit Fuenlabrada.[6] In September 2016, after the withdrawal of AEK, Partizan NIS and Stelmet Zielona Góra due to the pressures and threats they received from FIBA and National Federations,[7][8][9] Euroleague Basketball announced that will review candidate clubs to fill the vacancies,[10] but finally reduced to 20 teams.[11]

TeamsEdit

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:[12][13]

  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.: League position after Playoffs
  • WC: Wild card
  • AV: Allocated vacancy from any withdrawal
Regular season
  Valencia Basket (3rd)   Montakit Fuenlabrada (AV)   Budućnost VOLI (3rd)   Bayern Munich (4th)
  Herbalife Gran Canaria (5th)   Zenit (3rd)   Cedevita (4th)   ALBA Berlin (7th)
  Unicaja (6th)   Khimki (4th)   Union Olimpija (WC)   Lietuvos rytas (3rd)
  UCAM Murcia (7th)   Lokomotiv Kuban (5th)   MZT Skopje Aerodrom (AV)   Lietkabelis (AV)
  RETAbet Bilbao Basket (WC)   Nizhny Novgorod (WC)   ratiopharm Ulm (2nd)   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem (2nd)

Round and draw datesEdit

The schedule of the competition is as follows.[3][14]

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg Third leg
Regular season Round 1 7 July 2016 12 October 2016
Round 2 18–19 October 2016
Round 3 26 October 2016
Round 4 2 November 2016
Round 5 9 November 2016
Round 6 16 November 2016
Round 7 23 November 2016
Round 8 30 November 2016
Round 9 7 December 2016
Round 10 14 December 2016
Top 16 Round 1 4 January 2017
Round 2 10–11 January 2017
Round 3 17–18 January 2017
Round 4 24–25 January 2017
Round 5 31 January–1 February 2017
Round 6 8 February 2017
Playoffs Quarterfinals 28 February 2017 3 March 2017 8 March 2017
Semifinals 14 March 2017 17 March 2017 22 March 2017
Finals 28 March 2017 31 March 2017 5 April 2017

DrawEdit

The draw was held on 7 July 2016, 13:15 CEST, at the Mediapro Auditorium in Barcelona.[14] The 24 teams were drawn into four groups of six, with the restriction that teams from the same country could not be drawn against each other. For this purpose, Adriatic League worked as only one country. For the draw, the teams were seeded into six pots, in accordance with the Club Ranking, based on their performance in European competitions during a three-year period and the lowest possible position that any club from that league can occupy in the draw is calculated by adding the results of the worst performing team from each league.[14]

Pot 1
Team
  Lokomotiv Kuban
  Khimki
  Nizhny Novgorod
  Unicaja
Pot 2
Team
  Valencia Basket
  ALBA Berlin
  Bayern Munich
  Herbalife Gran Canaria
Pot 3
Team
  Cedevita
  RETAbet Bilbao Basket
  UCAM Murcia
  Union Olimpija
Pot 4
Team
  Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem
  Lietuvos rytas
  Banco di Sardegna Sassari
  Stelmet Zielona Góra
Pot 5
Team
  Zenit
  FoxTown Cantù
  AEK Athens
  ratiopharm Ulm
Pot 6
Team
  Budućnost VOLI
  Partizan NIS
  Dolomiti Energia Trento
  Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia

Regular seasonEdit

Location of teams of the 2016–17 EuroCup regular season.
  Red: Group A;   Green: Group B;   Blue: Group C;   Yellow: Group D.

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The four first qualified teams advanced to the Top 16, while the last teams were eliminated. The rounds were 12 October, 18–19 October, 26 October, 2 November, 9 November, 16 November, 23 November, 30 November, 7 December, and 14 December 2016.

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification HGC CED NIZ LIE MZT
1   Herbalife Gran Canaria 8 7 1 758 630 +128 Advance to Top 16 101–76 98–87 86–67 87–75
2   Cedevita 8 6 2 678 644 +34 97–90 92–77 76–80 95–61
3   Nizhny Novgorod 8 4 4 659 693 −34 80–106 82–84 91–89 88–74
4   Lietkabelis 8 3 5 626 658 −32 73–92 68–69 72–75 90–89
5   MZT Skopje Aerodrom 8 0 8 617 713 −96 75–98 85–89 82–97 80–87
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification KHI FUE ALB LRY RBB
1   Khimki 8 6 2 728 636 +92 Advance to Top 16 96–84 88–77 76–71 99–78
2   Montakit Fuenlabrada 8 4 4 696 695 +1 89–85 105–80 81–70 89–78
3   ALBA Berlin 8 4 4 681 734 −53 72–102 88–81 124–115 88–92
4   Lietuvos rytas 8 3 5 683 674 +9 93–91 101–84 97–99 83–71
5   RETAbet Bilbao Basket 8 3 5 645 694 −49 72–91 97–83 77–85 80–76
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group CEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification ZEN BAY UCA UNI BUD
1   Zenit 8 6 2 692 655 +37 Advance to Top 16 80–77 83–85 82–72 84–79
2   Bayern Munich 8 6 2 641 583 +58 88–99 92–84 72–69 80–66
3   UCAM Murcia 8 4 4 642 646 −4 77–90 79–90 83–75 86–77
4   Unicaja 8 4 4 623 607 +16 93–86 62–74 89–86 93–75
5   Budućnost VOLI 8 0 8 573 680 −107 95–97 44–68 75–86 62–86
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group DEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification VBC JER ULM LOK UOL
1   Valencia Basket 8 7 1 657 570 +87 Advance to Top 16 77–81 95–58 78–77 87–74
2   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 8 5 3 639 640 −1 84–86 69–64 90–79 81–69
3   ratiopharm Ulm 8 4 4 612 638 −26 60–86 103–77 105–101 87–82
4   Lokomotiv Kuban 8 3 5 610 605 +5 64–73 88–68 62–77 77–64
5   Union Olimpija 8 1 7 575 640 −65 72–75 74–89 76–72 64–72
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Top 16Edit

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The two first qualified teams advanced to the quarterfinals, while the two last teams will be eliminated. The rounds were 4 January, 10–11 January, 17–18 January, 24–25 January, 31 January–1 February, and 8 February 2017.

Group EEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification LOK HGC FUE UCA
1   Lokomotiv Kuban 6 5 1 484 424 +60 Advance to quarterfinals 66–68 86–61 70–60
2   Herbalife Gran Canaria 6 4 2 491 465 +26 71–86 100–76 94–85
3   Montakit Fuenlabrada 6 2 4 469 508 −39 87–91 85–75 85–69
4   UCAM Murcia 6 1 5 445 492 −47 77–85 67–83 87–75
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group FEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification BAY KHI LIE ULM
1   Bayern Munich 6 6 0 479 430 +49 Advance to quarterfinals 90–74 85–69 101–98
2   Khimki 6 4 2 503 493 +10 74–96 88–80 85–84
3   Lietkabelis 6 2 4 470 505 −35 72–78 77–89 86–84
4   ratiopharm Ulm 6 0 6 482 506 −24 57–68 90–95 81–86
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group GEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification JER ZEN LRY NIZ
1   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 6 5 1 521 484 +37 Advance to quarterfinals 97–81 84–77 98–76
2   Zenit 6 3 3 549 522 +27 101–81 88–79 90–66
3   Lietuvos rytas 6 3 3 514 472 +42 76–80 86–84 99–73
4   Nizhny Novgorod 6 1 5 464 570 −106 73–81 113–105 63–97
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Group HEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification VBC UNI CED ALB
1   Valencia Basket 6 6 0 508 429 +79 Advance to quarterfinals 86–62 71–58 85–80
2   Unicaja 6 3 3 436 443 −7 70–78 73–59 83–77
3   Cedevita 6 2 4 452 480 −28 86–89 74–71 99–83
4   ALBA Berlin 6 1 5 475 519 −44 73–99 69–77 93–76
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

PlayoffsEdit

In the playoffs, teams played against each other must win two games to win the series. Thus, if one team wins two games before all three games have been played, the game that remains is omitted. The team that finished in the higher Top 16 place will play the first and the third (if it is necessary) legs of the series at home. The playoffs involves the eight teams which qualified as winners and runners-up of each of the four groups in the Top 16.

BracketEdit

 
SemifinalsFinals
 
                
 
 
 
 
  Lokomotiv Kuban7588
 
 
 
  Zenit5277
 
  Lokomotiv Kuban5763
 
 
 
  Unicaja7374
 
  Bayern Munich916769
 
 
 
  Unicaja828274
 
  Unicaja627963
 
 
 
  Valencia Basket687158
 
  Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem8785
 
 
 
  Herbalife Gran Canaria6779
 
  Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem687975
 
 
 
  Valencia Basket836690
 
  Valencia Basket887492
 
 
  Khimki829876
 

QuarterfinalsEdit

The first legs were played on 28 February, the second legs on 3 March 2017 and the third legs, if necessary, on 8 March 2017.

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Lokomotiv Kuban   2–0   Zenit 75–52 88–77 0
Bayern Munich   1–2   Unicaja 91–82 67–82 69–74
Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem   2–0   Herbalife Gran Canaria 87–67 85–79 0
Valencia Basket   2–1   Khimki 88–82 74–98 92–76

SemifinalsEdit

The first legs were played on 14 March, the second legs on 17 March, and the third legs, if necessary, on 22 March 2017.

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Lokomotiv Kuban   0–2   Unicaja 57–73 63–74 0
Valencia Basket   2–1   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 83–68 66–79 90–75

FinalsEdit

The first leg were played on 28 March, the second leg on 31 March, and the third leg, if necessary, on 5 April 2017.

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Valencia Basket   1–2   Unicaja 68–62 71–79 58–63

AttendancesEdit

Attendances include playoff games:

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 77,304 10,091 6,940 8,589 +25.5%
2   ALBA Berlin 47,435 8,666 5,429 6,776 −9.1%
3   Unicaja 64,518 10,367 4,292 6,452 +0.2%1
4   Valencia Basket 75,951 7,813 3,996 5,842 −18.9%
5   Bayern Munich 48,914 6,265 4,257 5,435 +2.7%
6   RETAbet Bilbao Basket 21,658 6,438 4,132 5,415 +12.9%
7   Lietuvos rytas 37,498 5,933 4,153 5,357 +97.7%
8   UCAM Murcia 34,699 5,671 4,321 4,957 n/a
9   Lokomotiv Kuban 39,669 5,744 3,166 4,408 −19.6%1
10   ratiopharm Ulm 28,779 5,560 3,055 4,111 −7.9%
11   Lietkabelis 27,063 4,415 3,416 3,866 n/a
12   Herbalife Gran Canaria 29,896 5,202 2,393 3,737 −10.1%
13   Zenit 23,121 4,471 2,065 2,890 +24.6%
14   Montakit Fuenlabrada 18,253 3,594 1,251 2,608 n/a
15   Budućnost VOLI 8,902 4,016 80 2,226 +34.6%
16   Khimki 15,750 3,500 1,350 1,969 −29.9%1
17   Union Olimpija 7,359 2,371 1,000 1,840 −33.4%
18   Nizhny Novgorod 9,369 1,927 754 1,338 −20.3%
19   MZT Skopje Aerodrom 5,175 3,432 554 1,294 n/a
20   Cedevita 7,041 1,482 513 1,006 −73.2%1
League total 628,354 10,367 80 4,304 n/a

Updated to games played on 5 April 2017
Source: EuroCup Basketball
Notes:
1: 2015–16 season average applied to Euroleague games.

Individual statisticsEdit

Index RatingEdit

Rank Name Team Games Index Rating PIR
1.   Alexey Shved   Khimki 14 308 22.00
2.   DeAndre Kane   Nizhny Novgorod 14 301 21.50
3.   David Logan   Lietuvos rytas 14 278 19.86

PointsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1.   Alexey Shved   Khimki 14 310 22.14
2.   Elmedin Kikanović   ALBA Berlin 13 255 19.62
3.   Ryan Toolson   Zenit 14 265 18.93

ReboundsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1.   Drew Gordon   Lietuvos rytas 14 134 9.57
2.   DeAndre Kane   Nizhny Novgorod 14 107 7.64
3.   Bojan Dubljević   Valencia Basket 20 135 6.75

AssistsEdit

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1.   Stefan Marković   Zenit 14 128 9.14
2.   Facundo Campazzo   UCAM Murcia 13 87 6.69
3.   David Logan   Lietuvos rytas 14 81 5.79

Other statisticsEdit

Category Name Team Games Stat
Steals per game   Facundo Campazzo   UCAM Murcia 13 2.23
Blocks per game   Mirza Begić   Cedevita 14 1.29
2PT %   Artūras Jomantas   Lietuvos rytas 12 78.00 %
3PT %   Dragan Milosavljević   ALBA Berlin 13 73.68 %
FT %   Billy Baron   UCAM Murcia 14 90.91 %

Game highsEdit

Category Name Team Stat
Index Rating   Ryan Boatright   Cedevita 51
Points   Pierre Jackson   Cedevita 38
Rebounds   Artūras Gudaitis   Lietuvos rytas 16
Assists   Stefan Marković   Zenit 14
Steals   Aaron White   Zenit 7
Blocks   Mirza Begić   Cedevita 5
  Hamady N'Diaye   Unicaja

AwardsEdit

7DAYS EuroCup MVPEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Alexey Shved   Khimki [15]

7DAYS EuroCup Finals MVPEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Alberto Díaz   Unicaja [16]

All–7DAYS EuroCup TeamsEdit

Position All–7DAYS EuroCup First Team All–7DAYS EuroCup Second Team Ref
Player Club Player Club
G   Curtis Jerrells   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem   Kyle Fogg   Unicaja [17][18]
G   Alexey Shved   Khimki   Kyle Kuric   Herbalife Gran Canaria
F   Mardy Collins   Lokomotiv Kuban   Fernando San Emeterio   Valencia Basket
F   Dejan Musli   Unicaja   Maxi Kleber   Bayern Munich
C   Bojan Dubljević   Valencia Basket   Amar'e Stoudemire   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem

Coach of the YearEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Pedro Martínez   Valencia Basket [19]

Rising StarEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Rolands Šmits   Montakit Fuenlabrada [20]

Round MVPEdit

Regular season
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1   Kyle Kuric   Herbalife Gran Canaria 25 [21]
2   Kyle Kuric (2)   Herbalife Gran Canaria 25 [22]
  Žygimantas Skučas   Lietkabelis
  Kšyštof Lavrinovič
3   Jacob Pullen   Khimki 32 [23]
4   Elmedin Kikanović   ALBA Berlin 35 [24]
5   Pierre Jackson   Cedevita 37 [25]
6   Gintaras Leonavičius   Lietkabelis 31 [26]
7   Kyle Fogg   Unicaja 33 [27]
8   Ivan Strebkov   Nizhny Novgorod 36 [28]
9   Elmedin Kikanović (2)   ALBA Berlin 33 [29]
10   Jānis Timma   Zenit 36 [30]
Top 16
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1   DeAndre Kane   Nizhny Novgorod 39 [31]
2   Jānis Timma (2)   Zenit 31 [32]
3   David Logan   Lietuvos rytas 38 [33]
4   Alexey Shved   Khimki 37 [34]
5   Tarence Kinsey   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 33 [35]
6   Royce O'Neale   Herbalife Gran Canaria 34 [36]
Quarterfinals
Game Player Team PIR Ref.
1   Fernando San Emeterio   Valencia Basket 29 [37]
2   Alexey Shved (2)   Khimki 22 [38]
3   Bojan Dubljević   Valencia Basket 26 [39]
Semifinals
Game Player Team PIR Ref.
1   Fernando San Emeterio (2)   Valencia Basket 31 [40]
2   Nemanja Nedović   Unicaja 23 [41]
3   Fernando San Emeterio (3)   Valencia Basket 21 [42]

See alsoEdit

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