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FC Barcelona Bàsquet (English: FC Barcelona Basketball), also currently known as FC Barcelona Lassa for sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish professional basketball club. It is a part of the FC Barcelona multi sports club, and was founded on 24 August 1926, which makes it the oldest club in the Liga ACB. The club competes domestically in the Liga ACB and the EuroLeague. It has won seven of the last thirteen ACB championships, and in 2003, completed a Liga ACB (Spanish League), Copa del Rey (Spanish King's Cup) and EuroLeague triple crown. FC Barcelona Bàsquet has played in seven EuroLeague Finals, with the last one being their 2010 win.

FC Barcelona Lassa
FC Barcelona Lassa logo
Leagues Liga ACB
EuroLeague
Founded 24 August 1926; 92 years ago (1926-08-24)
History F.C. Barcelona
(1926–present)
Arena Palau Blaugrana
Capacity 7,585
Location Barcelona, Spain
Team colors Blue, cardinal, yellow
              
Main sponsor Lassa Tyres
President Josep Maria Bartomeu
Team manager Nacho Rodríguez
Head coach Svetislav Pešić
Team captain Ante Tomić
Ownership FC Barcelona
Championships 1 Intercontinental Cup
2 EuroLeagues
2 Saporta Cups
2 Korać Cups
18 Spanish Championships
24 Spanish Cups
6 Spanish Supercups
Retired numbers 4 (4, 7, 12, 15)
Website fcbarcelona.com/basketball
Uniforms

The team plays its home games at Palau Blaugrana, which was opened on 23 October 1971. They share the facilities with the roller hockey, futsal, and handball teams of the club.

Some of the well-known players that have played with the team over the years have included: Pau Gasol, Rony Seikaly, Marc Gasol, Anderson Varejão, Juan Carlos Navarro, Jaka Lakovič, Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Dejan Bodiroga, Gianluca Basile, Ricky Rubio, Juan Antonio San Epifanio "Epi", Saša Đorđević, and Tony Massenburg.

FC Barcelona Lassa also has a reserve team, called FC Barcelona Bàsquet B, that plays in the Spanish 2nd-tier level LEB Oro.

Contents

HistoryEdit

Early yearsEdit

The club entered its first competition in 1927, playing in the Campionat de Catalunya de Basquetbol (Catalan Basketball Championship). During these early years basketball in Catalonia was dominated by other clubs such as CE Europa, Laietà BC, CB Atlètic Gràcia and Société Patrie and it was not until the 1940s that FC Barcelona became established as a basketball team. During this decade they won six Copas del Generalísimo and were runners-up once. In 1956 they were founding members of the Liga Española de Baloncesto and finished as runners-up. In 1959 they won Spanish basketball's first-ever league and cup double.[1]

Decline in the 1960sEdit

The 1960s and 1970s saw the team in decline. In 1961 the club president Enric Llaudet dissolved the team in spite of its popularity. However, in 1962, the club was reformed after a campaign by the fans. In 1964 the league's Primera División was cut from fourteen teams to eight and the club found themselves in the Segunda División after not finishing between the two first qualified teams in the relegation playoffs.[2] However they quickly returned to the top division after being crowned Segunda champions in 1965. During the 1970s the club was persistently overshadowed by its rivals Real Madrid and Joventut.

Revival in the 1980sEdit

In the 1980s club president Josep Lluís Núñez gave the team his full support with the aim of making the club the best in Spain and Europe. His support produced results and during the decade inspired by their coach Aíto García Reneses and players like Epi, Andrés Jiménez, Sibilio, Audie Norris and Solozábal, the club won six Spanish championships, five Spanish cups, two European Cup Winners' Cups, the Korać Cup and the World Championship. However the European Cup remained elusive, ending as runners-up in 1984.[3]

Champions of EuropeEdit

The club built on this success during the 1990s, winning a further four Spanish championships and two Spanish cups. They were still unable to win the European Cup despite playing in a further four finals in 1990, 1991, 1996 and 1997. They also made a record six EuroLeague Final Four appearances. The star player during this era was Juan Antonio San Epifanio.

Their persistence eventually paid off and in 2003, inspired by Dejan Bodiroga, Gregor Fučka, Šarūnas Jasikevičius and Juan Carlos Navarro, they won the EuroLeague, beating Benetton Treviso 76–65 in front of a packed Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona.[4] They repeated the feat in 2010, defeating Olympiacos by a wide 86–68 in Paris,[5] and that October, they made further history when they beat the two-time defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers – including Kobe Bryant and FCB Bàsquet alumnus and Barcelona native Pau Gasol – 92-88 at the Palau Sant Jordi as part of the 2010 NBA Europe Live Tour. The match was also notable for being both a match-up between the reigning NBA and EuroLeague champions and the first time a European team had won against a defending NBA champion. Two FCB Bàsquet players in that game – captain Navarro and point guard Ricky Rubio – either had or went on to play in the NBA.

Recent yearsEdit

In the following years, Barcelona would stay on top of Spanish basketball, playing almost all league and cup finals against rival Real Madrid. From 2012 till 2014, Barcelona managed to reach the Euroleague Final Four. However, it could not reach further than the semifinals.

Sponsorship namingEdit

From 2004 until 2007 the club was sponsored by the Winterthur Group, a Swiss insurance company with offices in Barcelona since 1910, which led to the team featuring the birthplace of Joan Gamper, the club's founder, on their shirts. In 2006 the Winterthur Group was taken over by AXA, leading to a change in the club name. In the 2008–09 season, the club's sponsorship changed to Spanish insurer Regal (a division of Liberty Seguros, the Spanish subsidiary of American insurer Liberty Mutual). This sponsorship finished in June 2013.

  • Banca Catalana FC Barcelona 1993–97
  • Winterthur FC Barcelona 2004–07
  • AXA FC Barcelona 2007–08
  • Regal FC Barcelona 2008–2011
  • FC Barcelona Regal 2011–2013[6]
  • FC Barcelona Lassa 2015–2019[7]

Home arenasEdit

 
A Barcelona home game inside the Palau Blaugrana.

PlayersEdit

Retired numbersEdit

FC Barcelona retired numbers
No Nat. Player Position Tenure
4   Andrés Jiménez PF 1986–1998
7   Nacho Solozábal PG 1978–1994
12   Roberto Dueñas C 1996–2005
15   Epi SF 1979–1995

Current rosterEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

FC Barcelona Lassa roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Nat. Name Ht. Age
SF 9   Blažič, Jaka 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 28 – (1990-06-30)30 June 1990
SF 30   Claver, Víctor 2.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 30 – (1988-08-30)30 August 1988
SF 8   Hanga, Ádám 1.99 m (6 ft 6 in) 29 – (1989-04-12)12 April 1989
PG 13   Heurtel, Thomas 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in) 29 – (1989-04-10)10 April 1989
SG 24   Kuric, Kyle 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 29 – (1989-08-25)25 August 1989
PF 18   Oriola, Pierre 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 26 – (1992-09-25)25 September 1992
PG 3   Pangos, Kevin 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) 25 – (1993-01-26)26 January 1993
C 14   Pustovyi, Artem 2.18 m (7 ft 2 in) 26 – (1992-06-25)25 June 1992
SG 5   Ribas, Pau 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 31 – (1987-03-02)2 March 1987
C 1   Séraphin, Kevin 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 28 – (1989-12-07)7 December 1989
PF 6   Singleton, Chris 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 28 – (1989-11-21)21 November 1989
PF 10   Šmits, Rolands 2.07 m (6 ft 9 in) 23 – (1995-06-25)25 June 1995
C 44   Tomić, Ante (C) 2.17 m (7 ft 1 in) 31 – (1987-02-17)17 February 1987
Head coach

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  •   Injured

Updated: August 20, 2018

Depth chartEdit

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3
C Ante Tomić Kevin Séraphin Artem Pustovyi
PF Chris Singleton Pierre Oriola Rolands Šmits
SF Ádám Hanga Víctor Claver Jaka Blažič
SG Kyle Kuric Pau Ribas
PG Kevin Pangos Thomas Heurtel

Colours: Blue = homegrown player; Red = non–FIBA Europe player

Squad changes for the 2018–19 seasonEdit

InEdit

No. Pos. Nat. Name Age Moving from Type Ends Transfer fee Date Source
10 PF   Rolands Šmits 23 Montakit Fuenlabrada   Loan return 2022 Free
C   Moussa Diagne 24 MoraBanc Andorra   Loan return 2019 Free
6 PF   Chris Singleton 28 Panathinaikos   End of contract 2019 Free 17 July 2018 [8]
24 SG   Kyle Kuric 28 Zenit Saint Petersburg   Transfer 2020 Undisclosed 18 July 2018 [9]
3 PG   Kevin Pangos 25 Žalgiris   End of contract 2020 Free 25 July 2018 [10]
14 C   Artem Pustovyi 26 Monbus Obradoiro   Transfer 2021 €380,000 30 July 2018 [11]
9 SF   Jaka Blažič 28 MoraBanc Andorra   End of contract 2019 Free 9 August 2018 [12]

OutEdit

No. Pos. Nat. Name Age Moving to Type Transfer fee Date Source
10 SG   Edwin Jackson 28 Budućnost VOLI   End of contract Free 13 June 2018 [13]
14 PF   Sasha Vezenkov 22 Olympiacos   Sacked Undisclosed 29 June 2018 [14]
C   Moussa Diagne 24 MoraBanc Andorra   Sacked Undisclosed 29 June 2018 [14]
25 SG   Petteri Koponen 30 Bayern Munich   Sacked €200,000 29 June 2018 [14]
45 PF   Adrien Moerman 29 Anadolu Efes   End of contract Free 2 July 2018 [15]
2 C   Jalen Reynolds 25 Zenit Saint Petersburg   End of contract Free 4 July 2018 [16]
17 SF   Rodions Kurucs 20 Brooklyn Nets   Transfer €750,000 13 July 2018 [17]
6 SG   Marc García 22 Montakit Fuenlabrada   End of contract Free 20 July 2018 [18]
11 SG   Juan Carlos Navarro 38 Retirement Free 17 August 2018 [19]

Notable playersEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

Head coachesEdit

Managers since 1974:

HonoursEdit

Domestic competitionsEdit

Winners (18): 1958–59, 1980–81, 1982–83, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2013–14
Runners-up (20): 1957, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1990–91, 1993–94, 1999–00, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2014–15, 2015–16
Winners (24): 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1959, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1994, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2018
Runners-up (11): 1942, 1951, 1961, 1977, 1984, 1989, 1996, 2002, 2012, 2014, 2015
Winners (6): 1987–88, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015
Runners-up (4): 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
Winners (1): 1988
Runners-up (1): 1989

European competitionsEdit

Winners (2): 2002–03, 2009–10
Runners-up (5): 1983–84, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1995–96, 1996–97
3rd place (3): 2008–09, 2011–12, 2013–14
4th place (6): 1981–82, 1988–89, 1993–94, 1999–00, 2005–06, 2012–13
Final Four (14): 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014
Winners (2): 1984–85, 1985–86
Runners-up (1): 1980–81
Semifinalists (3): 1977–78, 1978–79, 1979–80
Winners (2): 1986–87, 1998–99
Runners-up (1): 1974–75
Semifinalists (2): 1973, 1992–93
Winners (3): 1983, 1986, 1986
Runners-up (1): 1987
3rd place (1): 1991
4th place (3): 1988, 1989, 1990

Worldwide competitionsEdit

Winners (1): 1985
Runners-up (1): 1987
4th place (1): 1984
3rd place (1): 1990
4th place (1): 1989

UnofficialEdit

Winners (1): 2002–03

Regional competitionsEdit

Winners (9): 1942, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1955
Runners-up (3): 1928, 1949, 1953
Winners (21): 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Runners-up (12): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008

Individual awardsEdit

EuroLeague Final Four MVP

EuroLeague Rising Star

All-EuroLeague First Team

All-EuroLeague Second Team

All-ACB First Team

All-ACB Second Team

RecordsEdit

Note: Players with a * are still playing for Barcelona.

Season by seasonEdit

Season Tier Division Pos. W–L Copa del Rey Other cups European competitions
1923–56 Copa del Rey 6 times champion (42–43, 44–45, 45–46, 46–47, 48–49, 49–50), 2 times runner-up (41–42, 50–51)
1957 1 1ª División 2nd 7–3 Fourth position
1958 1 1ª División 8th 4–14
1958–59 1 1ª División 1st 20–2 Champion
1959–60 1 1ª División 6th 11–11 Semifinalist 1 Champions Cup QF 2–2
1960–61 1 1ª División 3rd 15–7 Semifinalist
1961–62 The club dissolved the section temporarily and they did not enter any competition
1962–63 1 1ª División 6th 2–10
1963–64 1 1ª División 6th 4–8
1964–65 2 2ª División 1st
1965–66 1 1ª División 5th 8–10 Semifinalist
1966–67 1 1ª División 7th 9–11 Quarterfinalist
1967–68 1 1ª División 8th 6–14 Quarterfinalist
1968–69 1 1ª División 7th 8–1–13 Quarterfinalist
1969–70 1 1ª División 6th 11–11 Quarterfinalist
1970–71 1 1ª División 6th 11–11 Quarterfinalist
1971–72 1 1ª División 2nd 19–3 Semifinalist
1972–73 1 1ª División 3rd 22–2–6 Quarterfinalist 3 Korać Cup SF 3–2
1973–74 1 1ª División 2nd 22–2–4 Quarterfinalist 3 Korać Cup R12 7–1
1974–75 1 1ª División 2nd 19–3 Semifinalist 3 Korać Cup RU 9–5
1975–76 1 1ª División 2nd 23–9 Semifinalist 3 Korać Cup R16 3–3
1976–77 1 1ª División 2nd 20–1–1 Runner-up
1977–78 1 1ª División 3rd 19–3 Champion 2 Cup Winners' Cup SF 7–1–4
1978–79 1 1ª División 2nd 17–5 Champion 2 Cup Winners' Cup SF 8–2
1979–80 1 1ª División 2nd 19–3 Champion 2 Cup Winners' Cup SF 4–4
1980–81 1 1ª División 1st 23–3 Champion 2 Cup Winners' Cup RU 6–3
1981–82 1 1ª División 2nd 24–2 Champion 1 Champions Cup SF 10–6
1982–83 1 1ª División 1st 26–1 Champion 2 Cup Winners' Cup QF 3–3
1983–84 1 Liga ACB 2nd 29–7 Runner-up 1 Champions Cup RU 11–4
1984–85 1 Liga ACB 3rd 26–7 Third position 2 Cup Winners' Cup C 9–2
1985–86 1 Liga ACB 2nd 27–8 Third position 2 Cup Winners' Cup C 7–2
1986–87 1 Liga ACB 1st 31–7 Champion Copa Príncipe QF 3 Korać Cup C 7–3
1987–88 1 Liga ACB 1st 31–9 Champion Supercopa C 1 Champions Cup QF 13–5
Copa Príncipe C
1988–89 1 Liga ACB 1st 35–9 Runner-up Copa Príncipe RU 1 Champions Cup 4th 13–5
1989–90 1 Liga ACB 1st 38–8 Quarterfinalist 1 Champions Cup RU 15–3
1990–91 1 Liga ACB 2nd 34–13 Champion Copa Príncipe SF 1 Champions Cup RU 14–4
1991–92 1 Liga ACB 6th 26–12 Fourth position 1 European League QF 12–6
1992–93 1 Liga ACB 3rd 29–11 Quarterfinalist 3 Korać Cup SF 11–3
1993–94 1 Liga ACB 2nd 28–12 Champion 1 European League 4th 12–9
1994–95 1 Liga ACB 1st 38–12 Quarterfinalist 1 European League GS 10–6
1995–96 1 Liga ACB 1st 38–11 Runner-up 1 European League RU 13–5
1996–97 1 Liga ACB 1st 36–12 Semifinalist 1 EuroLeague RU 13–10
1997–98 1 Liga ACB 4th 24–17 Quarterfinalist 1 EuroLeague R16 10–9
1998–99 1 Liga ACB 1st 35–8 Semifinalist 3 Korać Cup C 13–3
1999–00 1 Liga ACB 2nd 34–14 Quarterfinalist 1 EuroLeague 4th 16–8
2000–01 1 Liga ACB 1st 38–5 Champion 1 Euroleague T16 8–4
2001–02 1 Liga ACB 3rd 31–11 Runner-up 1 Euroleague T16 14–6
2002–03 1 Liga ACB 1st 36–9 Champion 1 Euroleague C 18–4
2003–04 1 Liga ACB 1st 32–14 Quarterfinalist 1 Euroleague T16 14–6
2004–05 1 Liga ACB 5th 25–13 Quarterfinalist Supercopa C 1 Euroleague T16 11–9
2005–06 1 Liga ACB 3rd 27–14 Quarterfinalist 1 Euroleague 4th 15–10
2006–07 1 Liga ACB 2nd 30–17 Champion Supercopa SF 1 Euroleague QF 14–9
2007–08 1 Liga ACB 2nd 28–13 Quarterfinalist Supercopa SF 1 Euroleague QF 13–10
2008–09 1 Liga ACB 1st 33–8 Semifinalist Supercopa SF 1 Euroleague 3rd 18–5
2009–10 1 Liga ACB 2nd 36–6 Champion Supercopa C 1 Euroleague C 20–2
2010–11 1 Liga ACB 1st 35–7 Champion Supercopa C 1 Euroleague QF 14–6
2011–12 1 Liga ACB 1st 37–8 Runner-up Supercopa C 1 Euroleague 3rd 19–2
2012–13 1 Liga ACB 2nd 30–15 Champion Supercopa RU 1 Euroleague 4th 25–6
2013–14 1 Liga ACB 1st 35–10 Runner-up Supercopa RU 1 Euroleague 3rd 23–6
2014–15 1 Liga ACB 2nd 30–14 Runner-up Supercopa RU 1 Euroleague QF 21–7
2015–16 1 Liga ACB 2nd 35–9 Quarterfinalist Supercopa C 1 Euroleague QF 17–12
2016–17 1 Liga ACB 6th 23–12 Semifinalist Supercopa RU 1 EuroLeague 11th 12–18
2017–18 1 Liga ACB 3rd 27–14 Champion 1 EuroLeague 13th 11–19
2018–19 1 Liga ACB Supercopa SF 1 EuroLeague

International recordEdit

Season Achievement Notes
EuroLeague
1959–60 Quarter-finals eliminated by Polonia Warsaw, 64-65 (L) in Barcelona and 41-49 (L) in Warsaw
1981–82 Semi-final group stage 4th place in a group with Maccabi Elite, Squibb Cantù, Partizan, Nashua Den Bosch and Panathinaikos
1983–84 Final lost to Banco di Roma Virtus, 73-79 in the final (Geneva)
1987–88 Quarter-finals 5th place in a group with Partizan, Aris, Tracer Milano, Maccabi Elite, Saturn Köln, Orthez and Nashua EBBC
1988–89 Final Four 4th place in Munich, lost to Jugoplastika 77–87 in the semi-final, lost to Aris 71–88 in the 3rd place game
1989–90 Final defeated Aris 104-83 in the semi-final, lost to Jugoplastika 67-72 in the final (Zaragoza)
1990–91 Final defeated Maccabi Elite 104-83 in the semi-final, lost to Pop 84 67-72 in the final (Paris)
1991–92 Quarter-finals eliminated 2–0 by Philips Milano, 79-80 (L) in Milan and 71-86 (L) in Barcelona
1993–94 Final Four 4th place in Tel Aviv, lost to 7up Joventut 65–79 in the semi-final, lost to Panathinaikos 83–100 in the 3rd place game
1995–96 Final defeated Real Madrid 76-66 in the semi-final, lost to Panathinaikos 66-67 in the final (Paris)
1996–97 Final defeated ASVEL 77-70 in the semi-final, lost to Olympiacos 58-73 in the final (Rome)
1999–00 Final Four 4th place in Thessaloniki, lost to Maccabi Elite 51–65 in the semi-final, lost to Efes Pilsen 69–75 in the 3rd place game
2002–03 Champions defeated CSKA Moscow 76-71 in the semi-final, defeated Benetton Treviso 76-65 in the final of the Final Four in Barcelona
2005–06 Final Four 4th place in Prague, lost to CSKA Moscow 75–84 in the semi-final, lost to TAU Cerámica 82–87 in the 3rd place game
2006–07 Quarter-finals eliminated 2–1 by Unicaja, 75-91 (L) in Málaga, 80-58 (W) in Barcelona and 64-67 (L) in Málaga
2007–08 Quarter-finals eliminated 2–1 by Maccabi Elite, 75-81 (L) in Tel Aviv, 83-74 (W) in Barcelona and 75-88 (L) in Tel Aviv
2008–09 Final Four 3rd place in Berlin, lost to CSKA Moscow 78–82 in the semi-final, defeated Olympiacos 95–79 in the 3rd place game
2009–10 Champions defeated CSKA Moscow 64-54 in the semi-final, defeated Olympiacos 86-68 in the final of the Final Four in Paris
2010–11 Quarter-finals eliminated 3–1 by Panathinaikos, 83-82 (W) & 71-75 (L) in Barcelona, 74-76 (L) & 67-78 (L) in Athens
2011–12 Final Four 3rd place in Istanbul, lost to Olympiacos 64–68 in the semi-final, defeated Panathinaikos 74–69 in the 3rd place game
2012–13 Final Four 4th place in London, lost to Real Madrid 67–74 in the semi-final, lost to CSKA Moscow 73–74 in the 3rd place game
2013–14 Final Four 3rd place in Milan, lost to Real Madrid 62–100 in the semi-final, defeated CSKA Moscow 93–78 in the 3rd place game
2014–15 Quarter-finals eliminated 3–1 by Olympiacos, 73-57 (W) & 63-76 (L) in Barcelona, 71-73 (L) & 68-71 (L) in Piraeus
2015–16 Quarter-finals eliminated 3–2 by Lokomotiv-Kuban, 66-61 (L) & 66-92(W) in Krasnodar, 82-70 (W) & 80-92 (L) in Barcelona, 67-81 (L) in Krasnodar
FIBA Saporta Cup
1977–78 Semi-finals eliminated by Gabetti Cantù, 90-87 (W) in Barcelona and 77-97 (L) in Cantù
1978–79 Semi-finals eliminated by Gabetti Cantù, 89-84 (W) in Barcelona and 83-101 (L) in Cantù
1979–80 Semi-finals eliminated by Gabetti Cantù, 92-93 (L) in Barcelona and 74-78 (L) in Cantù
1980–81 Final lost to Squibb Cantù 82–86 in the final (Rome)
1982–83 Quarter-finals 3rd place in a group with Scavolini Pesaro, Nashua EBBC and Hapoel Ramat Gan
1984–85 Champions defeated Žalgiris 77-73 in the final of European Cup Winners' Cup in Grenoble
1985–86 Champions defeated Scavolini Pesaro 101-86 in the final of European Cup Winners' Cup in Caserta
FIBA Korać Cup
1973 Semi-finals eliminated by Maes Pils, 87-99 (L) in Mechelen and 78-82 (L) in Barcelona
1974–75 Final lost to Forst Cantù, 69-71 (L) in Barcelona and 85–110 (L) in Cantù
1986–87 Champions defeated Limoges,106-85 (W) in Barcelona and 97-86 (W) in Limoges in the double finals of Korać Cup
1992–93 Semi-finals eliminated by Virtus Roma, 64-84 (L) in Barcelona and 79-85 (L) in Rome
1998–99 Champions defeated Adecco Estudiantes, 77-93 (L) in Madrid and 97-70 (W) in Barcelona in the double finals of Korać Cup
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
1984 4th place 4th place with a 2-2 record in a league tournament in São Paulo
1985 Champions defeated Monte Líbano 93-89 in the final of Intercontinental Cup in Barcelona
1987 Final lost to Tracer Milano 84-100 in the final (Milan)
McDonald's Championship
1989 4th place 4th place in Rome, lost to Denver Nuggets 103-137 in the semi-final, lost to Philips Milano 104-136 in the 3rd place game
1990 3rd place 3rd place in Barcelona, lost to Pop 84 97-102 in the semi-final, defeated Scavolini Pesaro 106-105 in the 3rd place game
1997 6th place 6th place in Paris, lost to PSG Racing 84-97 in the preliminary round, lost to Benetton Treviso 103-106 in the 5th place game

Matches against NBA teamsEdit

20 October 1989
FC Barcelona   103–137   Denver Nuggets
  Palaeur, Rome
10 October 2003
FC Barcelona   80–91   Memphis Grizzlies
5 October 2006
FC Barcelona   104–99   Philadelphia 76ers
18 October 2008
FC Barcelona   104–108   Los Angeles Lakers
  Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
19 October 2008
FC Barcelona   109–114   Los Angeles Clippers
  Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
7 October 2010
FC Barcelona   92–88   Los Angeles Lakers
9 October 2012
FC Barcelona   99–85   Dallas Mavericks
5 October 2016
FC Barcelona   89–92   Oklahoma City Thunder

See alsoEdit

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