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2017 ABA League Supercup

The 2017 ABA League Supercup was the inaugural tournament of the ABA League Supercup, featuring teams from the Adriatic League First Division. The tournament took place in Bar, Montenegro.[1]

2017 ABA League Supercup
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Competition details
Season 2017–18
Teams 8
Games played 11
Dates September 20–23, 2017
Final positions
Champions Croatia Cedevita (1st title)
Runners-up Montenegro Budućnost VOLI
Third place Serbia Mega Bemax
Fourth place Montenegro Mornar
Awards
MVP Bosnia and Herzegovina Andrija Stipanović (Cedevita)
2018
All statistics correct as of September 23, 2017.

ParticipantsEdit

Based on the results in the 2016–17 ABA League season there was 8 participants at the 2017 Supercup.[2]

Crvena zvezda canceled their participation at the Supercup, due to their previously scheduled Euroleague tournament, which will be held in the same period. The 9th placed team, the FMP, is invited for replacement.

VenueEdit

Bar
2017 ABA League Supercup (Yugoslavia)
Topolica Sport Hall
Capacity: 3,000

BracketEdit

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
          
 
20 September
 
 
  Cedevita86
 
22 September
 
  FMP68
 
  Cedevita99
 
20 September
 
  Mega Bemax96
 
  Igokea72
 
23 September
 
  Mega Bemax83
 
  Cedevita78
 
20 September
 
  Budućnost VOLI69
 
  Budućnost VOLI96
 
22 September
 
  Cibona90
 
  Budućnost VOLI82
 
20 September
 
  Mornar65 Third place game
 
  Mornar91
 
23 September
 
  Partizan NIS77
 
  Mega Bemax20
 
 
  Mornar0
 
5th–8th place bracket
 
5th–8th place semifinalsFifth place game
 
      
 
21 September
 
 
  FMP71
 
23 September
 
  Igokea80
 
  Igokea74
 
21 September
 
  Partizan NIS64
 
  Cibona76
 
 
  Partizan NIS83
 
Seventh place game
 
 
22 September
 
 
  FMP91
 
 
  Cibona75

Source: ABA Supercup

QuarterfinalsEdit

Cedevita v FMPEdit

20 September 2017
14:30 (CEST)
Cedevita   86–68   FMP
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 21–11, 16–15, 29–20
Pts: Musa 16
Rebs: Stipanović 6
Asts: Ukić 8
Pts: Čović 21
Rebs: Ojo 8
Asts: Čović 6
Topolica Sport Hall, Bar
Referees: Dragan Kralj, Milan Adamović, Dragan Porobić

Igokea v Mega BemaxEdit

20 September 2017
16:45 (CEST)
Igokea   72–83   Mega Bemax
Scoring by quarter: 21–23, 16–18, 14–25, 21–17
Pts: Washington, Šibalić 18
Rebs: Washington 7
Asts: Washington 5
Pts: Ennis 23
Rebs: Fundić 14
Asts: Rebić 7
Topolica Sport Hall, Bar
Referees: Matej Spendl, Krunoslav Peić, Radoš Savović

Budućnost VOLI v CibonaEdit

20 September 2017
19:00 (CEST)
Budućnost VOLI   96–90   Cibona
Scoring by quarter: 27–21, 20–28, 20–23, 29–18
Pts: Ivanović 19
Rebs: Barović 12
Asts: Gordić 8
Pts: Novačić 20
Rebs: Ljubičić 8
Asts: Hall 8
Topolica Sport Hall, Bar
Referees: Miloš Koljenšić, Branislav Mrdak, Saša Babić

Mornar v Partizan NISEdit

20 September 2017
21:15 (CEST)
Mornar   91–77   Partizan NIS
Scoring by quarter: 26–24, 16–23, 27–17, 22–13
Pts: Needham 22
Rebs: Shepherd 10
Asts: Needham, Raley-Ross 4
Pts: Marinković 14
Rebs: Pecarski 7
Asts: Williams-Goss, Čakarević 2
Topolica Sport Hall, Bar
Referees: Igor Dragojević, Denis Hadžić, Boro Antovski

5th–8th place semifinalsEdit

FMP v IgokeaEdit

21 September 2017
18:15 (CEST)
FMP   71–80   Igokea
Scoring by quarter: 13–28, 15–14, 19–15, 24–23
Pts: Čović 18
Rebs: Rakićević 9
Asts: Čović 10
Pts: Radivojević 21
Rebs: Ljubičić, Jevtović 5
Asts: Washington 5

Cibona v Partizan NISEdit

21 September 2017
20:30 (CEST)
Cibona   76–83   Partizan NIS
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 23–23, 17–18, 19–24
Pts: Melvin 25
Rebs: Melvin 17
Asts: Hall 7
Pts: Williams-Goss 30
Rebs: Čakarević 12
Asts: three players 4

SemifinalsEdit

Cedevita v Mega BemaxEdit

22 September 2017
18:45 (CEST)
Cedevita   99–96   Mega Bemax
Scoring by quarter: 25–25, 34–20, 24–22, 16–29
Pts: Nichols 17
Rebs: Krušlin 6
Asts: Ukić 4
Pts: Fundić 18
Rebs: Lazić 13
Asts: Rebić 9

Budućnost VOLI v MornarEdit

22 September 2017
21:00 (CEST)
Budućnost VOLI   82–65   Mornar
Scoring by quarter: 27–10, 19–16, 17–21, 19–18
Pts: Gibson 18
Rebs: not available
Asts: not available
Pts: Vranješ 9
Rebs: not available
Asts: not available

Seventh place gameEdit

22 September 2017
16:30 (CEST)
FMP   91–75   Cibona
Scoring by quarter: 22–14, 34–20, 11–16, 24–25
Pts: Jeremić 18
Rebs: Bursać 8
Asts: Uskoković 7
Pts: Blinovac 23
Rebs: Melvin 6
Asts: Hall 5

Fifth place gameEdit

23 September 2017
16:30 (CEST)
Igokea   74–64   Partizan NIS
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 12–19, 16–15, 28–15
Pts: Glogovac 20
Rebs: Milošević 8
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Williams-Goss 18
Rebs: Čakarević, Pecarski 6
Asts: Williams-Goss 8

Third place gameEdit

23 September 2017
18:45 (CEST)
DNP
Mega Bemax   20–0   Mornar

FinalEdit

23 September 2017
21:00 (CEST)
Cedevita   78–69   Budućnost VOLI
Scoring by quarter: 21–2, 13–33, 22–16, 22–18
Pts: Stipanović 20
Rebs: Stipanović 9
Asts: Cherry 4
Pts: Ivanović 20
Rebs: Barović 6
Asts: Popović 4
 
 
 
 
Cedevita
 
 
 
 
Budućnost
Starters: Pts Reb Ast
PG 22   Will Cherry 7 6 4
SG 2   Filip Krušlin 2 3 2
SF 13   Džanan Musa 10 4 2
F 8   Demetris Nichols 19 2 1
C 31   Andrija Stipanović 20 9 3
Reserves:
PG 1   Roko Ukić DNP
SG 3   Toni Perković 0 0 0
PG 6   Toni Katić 2 1 3
F 7   Darko Bajo 0 2 0
PF 41   Filip Tončinić 0 3 0
SG 55   Kevin Murphy 18 5 0
Head coach:
  Jure Zdovc
2017 ABA League Supercup Champions
 
Cedevita
1st title
MVP
  Andrija Stipanović (Cedevita)[3]
Starters: Pts Reb Ast
PG 10   Nemanja Gordić 12 5 2
G 22   Kyle Gibson 11 4 0
F 9   Milić Starovlah 0 0 1
PF 34   Danilo Nikolić 0 4 0
C 19   Zoran Nikolić 2 2 0
Reserves:
PG 2   Nikola Ivanović 20 0 3
F/C 6   Filip Barović 16 6 1
F/C 11   Vasilije Baćović DNP
F 12   Bogdan Bojić DNP
F 13   Aleksa Ilić 4 5 0
PG 30   Petar Popović 4 0 4
Head coach:
  Aleksandar Džikić

Final rankingEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ FORMIRANA DRUGA ABA LIGA Dinamik i Borac Čačak na Jadranu, Vršac u kvalifikacijama, Blic
  2. ^ The ABA League Second Division will start from the 2017/18 season
  3. ^ "Andrija Stipanović is the 2017 ABA Super Cup MVP". aba-liga.com. Retrieved 24 September 2017.

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