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2018–19 Basketball Champions League

The 2018–19 Basketball Champions League is the third season of the Basketball Champions League (BCL), a European-wide professional basketball competition for clubs, that was launched by FIBA. The competition began in September 2018, with the qualifying rounds, and will conclude in May 2019.

Basketball Champions League
Sportpaleis.jpg
The Sportpaleis in Antwerp hosted the Final Four
Competition details
Season 2018–19
Teams 55
Dates 20 September 2018 – 5 May 2019
Final positions
Champions Italy Segafredo Virtus Bologna (1st title)
Runners-up Spain Iberostar Tenerife
Third place Belgium Telenet Antwerp Giants
Fourth place Germany Brose Bamberg
Awards
MVP Montenegro Tyrese Rice
Final Four MVP United States Kevin Punter
Statistical leaders
Index Rating United States Vince Hunter
22.8
Points United States Vince Hunter
18.0
Rebounds Senegal Babacar Touré
10.1
Assists Poland Kamil Łączyński
7.8
Records
Biggest home win Tenerife 97–38 Opava
(30 January 2019)
Highest attendance 17,289
Tenerife 70–54 Antwerp Giants
(3 May 2019)

The Final Four is held in the Sportpaleis in Antwerp on 3 and 5 May 2019.

Contents

Eligibility of playersEdit

In 2017, FIBA agreed to adopt eligibility rules, forcing the clubs to have at least 5 home-grown players in rosters of 11 or 12 players, or at least four, if the team has got fewer players.

Team allocationEdit

A total of 56 teams (19 of which are champions) from 28 countries will participate in the 2018–19 Basketball Champions League.[1] On July 11, 2018, Kalev/Cramo was replaced by Z-Mobile Prishtina. On July 12, 2018, Eskişehir announced their withdrawal from the competition, leaving an open spot in group C[2] that would be occupied by Lietkabelis.[3]

TeamsEdit

League positions after eventual playoffs of the previous season shown in parentheses (TH: Champions League title holders; FEC: FIBA Europe Cup title holders).

Regular season
  Le Mans Sarthe (1st)   Promitheas (4th)   Iberostar Tenerife (8th)   Beşiktaş Sompo Japan (5th)
  SIG Strasbourg (3rd)   AEKTH (5th)   Montakit Fuenlabrada (9th)   Filou Oostende (1st)
  JDA Dijon (5th)   Umana Reyer VeneziaFEC (3rd)   Hapoel Unet Holon (2nd)   Ventspils (1st)
  MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg (3rd)   Sidigas Avellino (5th)   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem (3rd)   Anwil Włocławek (1st)
  Brose Bamberg (4th)   Segafredo Virtus Bologna (9th)   Neptūnas (3rd)   Petrol Olimpija (1st)
  Telekom Baskets Bonn (5th)   ČEZ Nymburk (1st)   Lietkabelis (4th)
  PAOK (3rd)   Opava (2nd)   Banvit (4th)
Third qualifying round
  JIP Pardubice (3rd)   Nanterre 92 (7th)   Sakarya Büyükşehir (8th)
  UCAM Murcia (10th)   medi Bayreuth (6th)
First qualifying round
  Telenet Giants Antwerp (2nd)   Petrolina AEK Larnaca (1st)   Aris (9th)   Donar (1st)
  Spirou (3rd)   Bakken Bears (1st)   Szolnoki Olaj (1st)   Polski Cukier Toruń (3rd)
  Avtodor (6th)   Movistar Estudiantes (11th)   Hapoel SP Tel Aviv (4th)   Porto (2nd)
  Nizhny Novgorod (7th)   Karhu (1st)   Red October Cantù (7th)   Oradea (1st)
  Tsmoki-Minsk (1st)   Leicester Riders (1st)   Z-Mobile Prishtina (2nd)   Norrköping Dolphins (1st)
  Levski Lukoil (1st)   Dinamo Tbilisi (1st)   Šiauliai (5th)   Fribourg Olympic (1st)

Round and draw datesEdit

The schedule of the competition is as follows (all draws are held at the FIBA headquarters in Mies, Switzerland, unless stated otherwise):[4]

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying rounds First qualifying round 11 July 2018 20–21 September 2018 22–24 September 2018
Second qualifying round 25–26 September 2018 27–29 September 2018
Third qualifying round 1 October 2018 4 October 2018
Regular season Matchday 1 9–10 October 2018
Matchday 2 16–17 October 2018
Matchday 3 23–24 October 2018
Matchday 4 30–31 October 2018
Matchday 5 6–7 November 2018
Matchday 6 13–14 November 2018
Matchday 7 20-21 November 2018
Matchday 8 11–12 December 2018
Matchday 9 18–19 December 2018
Matchday 10 8–9 January 2019
Matchday 11 15–16 January 2019
Matchday 12 22–23 January 2019
Matchday 13 29–30 January 2019
Matchday 14 5–6 February 2019
Play-offs Round of 16 8 February 2019 5–6 March 2019 12–13 March 2019
Quarter-finals 26–27 March 2019 2–3 April 2019
Final Four Semi-finals 11 April 2019 3 May 2019
Final 5 May 2019

Qualifying roundsEdit

The first qualifying rounds were held on 20–21 September and 22–24 September 2018. The second round was held on 25–26 September and 27–29 September 2018. The third round was played on 30 September and 2 October 2018.[5] The losers of all the rounds entered the 2018–19 FIBA Europe Cup regular season.

DrawEdit

The 24 teams that entered in the first round were divided into four pots. Teams of pot A would play against teams from pot D in games 1 to 6, and pot B teams will face the ones of the pot C.[6] Teams from pots A and B would play the second leg at home.

In the second round, teams from games 7 to 12 would play the first leg at home.

Pot A
  Telenet Giants Antwerp
  Bakken Bears
  Aris
  Oradea
  Avtodor
  Movistar Estudiantes
Pot B
  Tsmoki-Minsk
  Spirou
  Lukoil Levski
  Szolnoki Olaj
  Donar
  Nizhny Novgorod
Pot C
  Hapoel SP Tel Aviv
  Red October Cantù
  Z-Mobile Prishtina
  Šiauliai
  Polski Cukier Toruń
  Porto
Pot D
  Petrolina AEK Larnaca
  Karhu
  Dinamo Tbilisi
  Leicester Riders
  Norrköping Dolphins
  Fribourg Olympic

First qualifying roundEdit

A total of 24 teams will play in the first qualifying round. The first legs were played on 20 and 21 September, while the second legs were played on 22 and 24 September 2018.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Leicester Riders   161–193   Bakken Bears 77–90 84–103
Fribourg Olympic   167–165   Avtodor 89–89 78–76
Petrolina AEK Larnaca   128–159   Telenet Giants Antwerp 74–83 54–76
Dinamo Tbilisi   118–182   Aris 64–90 54–92
Norrköping Dolphins   133–143   Movistar Estudiantes 62–74 71–69
Karhu   167–158   Oradea 87–84 80–74
Red October Cantù   159–139   Szolnoki Olaj 69–68 90–71
Hapoel SP Tel Aviv   135–146   Spirou 76–73 59–73
Šiauliai   144–170   Lukoil Levski 79–91 65–79
Polski Cukier Toruń   160–151   Tsmoki-Minsk 87–61 73–90
Porto   134–178   Nizhny Novgorod 85–86 49–92
Z-Mobile Prishtina   139–144   Donar 84–64 55–80

Second qualifying roundEdit

The twelve winners of the first qualifying round will play the second round. The first legs were played on 25 and 26 September, while the second legs were played on 27 and 29 September 2018.

After the retirement of Eskişehir, the winner of the series between Red October Cantù and Telenet Giants Antwerp joined directly the regular season.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Red October Cantù   170–184   Telenet Giants Antwerp 76–84 94–100
Polski Cukier Toruń   144–137   Movistar Estudiantes 60–68 84–69
Lukoil Levski   167–181   Karhu 88–93 79–88
Spirou   133–130   Bakken Bears 59–61 74–69
Nizhny Novgorod   125–116   Aris 63–65 62–51
Donar   144–151   Fribourg Olympic 67–72 77–79

Third qualifying roundEdit

After the retirement of Eskişehir, a total of 10 teams will play in the third qualifying round: five teams which enter in this round, and five of the six winners of the second qualifying round. Winners of game 13 will directly qualify to the regular season without playing this round. The first legs were played on 1 October, while the second legs were played on 4 October 2018.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Fribourg Olympic   163–137   Sakarya Büyükşehir 87–85 76–52
Karhu   112–182   Nanterre 92 54–91 58–91
Spirou   144–149   UCAM Murcia 62–71 82–78
Nizhny Novgorod   177–141   JIP Pardubice 92–84 85–57
Polski Cukier Toruń   146–159   medi Bayreuth 73–73 73–86

Regular seasonEdit

Location of teams of the 2018–19 Basketball Champions League regular season.
  Red: Group A;   Green: Group B;   Blue: Group C;   Yellow: Group D.

The 32 teams are drawn into four groups of eight, with the restriction that teams from the same country cannot be drawn against each other. In each group, teams play against each other home-and-away, in a round-robin format. The group winners, runners-up, third-placed teams and fourth-placed teams, advance to the round of 16, while the fifth-placed teams and sixth-placed teams enter the 2018–19 FIBA Europe Cup playoffs.

A total of 32 teams play in the regular season: 26 teams which enter in this stage, and the 6 winners of the third qualifying round. The regular season will start on 9 October 2018 and end 6 February 2019.[5]

DrawEdit

Teams were divided into two pots according to the club ranking published by the organization. Twelve teams were named seeded teams while the rest would be unseeded teams.[6]

Seeded teams
  AEKTH   MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg
  Banvit   Neptūnas
  Beşiktaş Sompo Japan   PAOK
  Brose Bamberg[a]   Sidigas Avellino
  ČEZ Nymburk   SIG Strasbourg
  Iberostar Tenerife   Umana Reyer Venezia
  1. ^ Despite not participating in previous editions, Brose Bamberg was considered as seeded team as the team played in the 2017–18 EuroLeague.

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification MUR BAN NIZ MSB AVE VEN ANW LUD
1   UCAM Murcia 14 13 1 1080 945 +135 27 Advance to round of 16 86–71 94–90 74–62 72–69 91–85 78–70 73–47
2   Banvit 14 9 5 1149 1073 +76 23 62–63 78–60 96–67 96–88 78–63 75–68 89–76
3   Nizhny Novgorod 14 7 7 1117 1077 +40 21 51–72 72–75 85–71 93–100 82–73 86–62 74–76
4   Le Mans Sarthe 14 7 7 1057 1066 −9 21 71–80 85–71 89–74 74–77 91–76 88–79 64–54
5   Sidigas Avellino 14 7 7 1160 1177 −17 21 Transfer to FIBA Europe Cup 57–63 99–95 71–92 68–81 74–88 106–102 82–76
6   Ventspils 14 6 8 1142 1178 −36 20 61–67 86–80 75–80 88–77 106–102 78–99 93–92
7   Anwil Włocławek 14 4 10 1103 1164 −61 18 68–87 84–95 82–93 76–64 62–72 84–71 74–87
8   MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg 14 3 11 1035 1163 −128 17 81–80 76–88 59–85 68–73 77–96 81–99 85–93

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification TFE VEN NAN PAOK HOL BONN FRI OPA
1   Iberostar Tenerife 14 12 2 1164 945 +219 26 Advance to round of 16 78–80 79–68 65–66 84–52 87–68 91–68 97–38
2   Umana Reyer Venezia 14 10 4 1170 1096 +74 24 65–72 87–99 69–59 111–104 69–73 72–62 102–81
3   Nanterre 92 14 8 6 1159 1046 +113 22 58–75 80–89 79–70 70–82 103–56 96–87 110–64
4   PAOK 14 8 6 1127 1036 +91 22 77–85 77–76 83–82 92–77 95–100 92–61 93–43
5   Hapoel Unet Holon 14 7 7 1145 1117 +28 21 Transfer to FIBA Europe Cup 77–88 69–70 62–74 72–68 94–74 93–69 88–72
6   Telekom Baskets Bonn 14 6 8 1120 1181 −61 20 92–99 84–94 57–81 94–77 91–83 63–70 114–77
7   Fribourg Olympic 14 3 11 1057 1184 −127 17 66–72 86–96 81–92 64–84 90–95 79–83 97–79
8   Opava 14 2 12 952 1289 −337 16 70–92 72–90 74–67 69–94 64–97 73–71 76–77

Group CEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification AEK JER BRO ANT LIE JDA NYM FUE
1   AEK 14 12 2 1133 1034 +99 26 Advance to round of 16 75–79 93–86 77–76 65–59 80–56 80–76 78–71
2   Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 14 12 2 1265 1093 +172 26 70–83 103–89 92–72 81–67 86–72 88–64 91–77
3   Brose Bamberg 14 9 5 1152 1136 +16 23 77–73 85–88 82–78 82–77 73–64 78–71 88–89
4   Telenet Giants Antwerp 14 7 7 1120 1099 +21 21 64–71 101–89 76–85 70–64 67–63 85–72 102–78
5   Lietkabelis 14 5 9 1073 1107 −34 19 Transfer to FIBA Europe Cup 65–84 70–97 84–67 87–91 78–62 97–86 78–67
6   JDA Dijon 14 4 10 1058 1118 −60 18 80–90 83–85 97–101 61–80 99–91 74–63 85–87
7   ČEZ Nymburk 14 4 10 1097 1183 −86 18 93–94 80–111 78–84 82–74 78–71 78–89 104–87
8   Montakit Fuenlabrada 14 3 11 1082 1210 −128 17 82–90 75–105 65–75 96–84 78–85 59–73 71–72

Group DEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification BOL BJK NEP PRO SIG OST BAY OLI
1   Segafredo Virtus Bologna 14 10 4 1203 1099 +104 24 Advance to round of 16 70–71 83–78 98–91 87–81 89–60 74–67 87–84
2   Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 14 9 5 1089 1064 +25 23 90–94 77–70 96–74 71–78 80–71 74–90 94–84
3   Neptūnas 14 8 6 1166 1130 +36 22 88–85 78–63 82–83 92–83 77–79 83–73 82–74
4   Promitheas 14 8 6 1143 1150 −7 22 85–95 80–72 69–82 77–64 84–88 95–83 79–77
5   SIG Strasbourg 14 8 6 1090 1085 +5 22 Transfer to FIBA Europe Cup 83–80 64–69 80–90 83–78 61–64 67–63 81–73
6   Filou Oostende 14 7 7 1071 1119 −48 21 77–76 66–73 91–89 84–93 94–100 82–62 73–79
7   medi Bayreuth 14 5 9 1084 1092 −8 19 83–93 70–78 102–78 70–75 76–84 87–71 82–71
8   Petrol Olimpija 14 1 13 1049 1156 −107 15 61–92 75–81 88–97 76–80 71–81 69–71 67–76

PlayoffsEdit

The playoffs start on 5 March 2019 and end 3 April 2019.[5]

In the playoffs, teams play against each other over two legs on a home-and-away basis, except for the Final Four. In the playoffs draw, the group winners and the runners-up are seeded, and the third-placed teams and the fourth-placed teams are unseeded. The seeded teams are drawn against the unseeded teams, with the seeded teams hosting the second leg. Teams from the same group cannot be drawn against each other.

BracketEdit

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
                      
 
 
 
 
  Nanterre 926862130
 
 
 
  Beşiktaş Sompo Japan5960 119
 
  Nanterre 928358141
 
 
 
  Virtus Bologna7573 148
 
  Le Mans Sarthe7458132
 
 
 
  Virtus Bologna7481 155
 
  Virtus Bologna67
 
 
 
  Brose Bamberg50
 
  Brose Bamberg8188169
 
 
 
  Banvit7985 164
 
  Brose Bamberg7167138
 
 
 
  AEK 6769 136
 
  PAOK7563138
 
 
 
  AEK8462 146
 
  Virtus Bologna 73
 
 
 
  Iberostar Tenerife 61
 
  Neptūnas7464138
 
 
 
  Hapoel Jerusalem8684 170
 
  Hapoel Jerusalem7564139
 
 
 
  Iberostar Tenerife7381 154
 
  Promitheas6957126
 
 
 
  Iberostar Tenerife5779 136
 
  Iberostar Tenerife70
 
 
 
  Telenet Antwerp Giants54Third place
 
  Nizhny Novgorod9566161
 
  
 
  Umana Reyer Venezia7284 156
 
  Nizhny Novgorod6861129  Brose Bamberg 58
 
 
 
  Telenet Giants8366 149  Telenet Antwerp Giants 72
 
  Telenet Giants7577152
 
 
  UCAM Murcia6778 145
 

Round of 16Edit

The first legs were played on 6–7 March, and the second legs on 13–14 March 2018.[7]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Brose Bamberg   169–164   Banvit 81–79 88–85
Nanterre 92   130–119   Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 68–59 62–60
Neptūnas   138–170   Hapoel Bank Yavah Jerusalem 74–86 64–84
Nizhny Novgorod   161–156   Umana Reyer Venezia 95–72 66–84
PAOK   138–146   AEK 75–84 63–62
Promitheas   126–136   Iberostar Tenerife 69–57 57–79
Le Mans Sarthe   132–155   Segafredo Virtus Bologna 74–74 58–81
Telenet Giants Antwerp   152–145   UCAM Murcia 75–67 77–78

QuarterfinalsEdit

The first legs were played on 27–28 March, and the second legs were played on 3–4 April 2018.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Hapoel Bank Yavah Jerusalem   139–154   Iberostar Tenerife 75–73 64–81
Nizhny Novgorod   129–149   Telenet Giants Antwerp 68–83 61–66
Nanterre 92   141–148   Segafredo Virtus Bologna 83–75 58–73
Brose Bamberg   138–136   AEK 71–67 67–69

Final FourEdit

The concluding Final Four tournament will be played on 3–5 May 2019. The drawing of the pairings took place on 10 April 2019. On 5 April, the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium was announced as the venue of the 2019 Final Four.[8]

 
Final
 
      
 
3 May
 
 
  Segafredo Virtus Bologna67
 
5 May
 
  Brose Bamberg50
 
  Segafredo Virtus Bologna73
 
3 May
 
  Iberostar Tenerife61
 
  Iberostar Tenerife70
 
 
  Telenet Antwerp Giants54
 
Third place game
 
 
5 May
 
 
  Brose Bamberg58
 
 
  Telenet Antwerp Giants72

AwardsEdit

Most Valuable PlayerEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Tyrese Rice   Brose Bamberg
[9]

Final Four MVPEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Kevin Punter   Virtus Bologna
[10]

Star LineupEdit

First team Second team Ref.
Players Teams Players Teams
  Tyrese Rice   Brose Bamberg   Paris Lee   Telenet Giants Antwerp
[11]
  Kevin Punter   Segafredo Virtus Bologna   James Feldeine   Hapoel Jerusalem
  Tim Abromaitis   Iberostar Tenerife   Ovie Soko   UCAM Murcia
  Vince Hunter   AEK Athens   Amath M'Baye   Segafredo Virtus Bologna
  Ismaël Bako   Telenet Giants Antwerp   Colton Iverson   Iberostar Tenerife

Best Young PlayerEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Tamir Blatt   Hapoel Jerusalem
[11]

Best CoachEdit

Player Team Ref.
  Roel Moors   Telenet Giants Antwerp
[11]

Game Day MVPEdit

After each gameday a selection of five players with the highest efficiency ratings is made by the Basketball Champions League. Afterwards, the official website decides which player is crowned Game Day MVP.

Regular seasonEdit

Gameday Player Team EFF Ref.
1   Norris Cole   Sidigas Avellino 28 [12]
2   Austin Daye   Umana Reyer Venezia 33 [13]
3   Norris Cole (2)   Sidigas Avellino 33 [14]
4   Vince Hunter   AEK 39 [15]
5   James Feldeine   Hapoel Jerusalem 39 [16]
6   Julian Gamble   Nanterre 92 34 [17]
7   Linos Chrysikopoulos   PAOK 25 [18]
8   Malcolm Griffin   AEK 34 [19]
9   Paris Lee   Telenet Giants Antwerp 35 [20]
10   Jason Rich   Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 27 [21]
11   Marcos Knight   MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg 39 [22]
12   Vince Hunter (2)   AEK 37 [23]
13   Vince Hunter (3)   AEK 39 [24]
14   Amath M'Baye   Segafredo Virtus Bologna 27 [25]

Round of 16Edit

Player Team EFF Ref.
  Tyrese Rice   Brose Bamberg
14 / 28

QuarterfinalsEdit

Player Team EFF Ref.
  Tim Abromaitis   Iberostar Tenerife
21 / 26

Prize moneyEdit

Based on final position, teams received prize money from the BCL.[5]

Competition stage Final position Prize money (€)
Final Winners €1,000,000
Runners-up €400,000
Match for third place Third place €200,000
Fourth place €140,000
Playoffs Quarterfinalist €100,000
Round of 16 €70,000
Regular season €50,000

SponsorshipEdit

Official partner Equipment partner

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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