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The Greek Basketball Cup or Hellenic Basketball Cup (Greek: Κύπελλο Ελλάδος καλαθοσφαίρισης ανδρών) is the top-tier level annual pro basketball national cup competition in Greece. It is organized by the Hellenic Basketball Federation (E.O.K.).

Greek Basket Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018–19 Greek Basketball Cup
Greece national basketball team.png
SportBasketball
Founded1975–76 season
CEOAndreas Miaoulis
No. of teams62
Country Greece
ContinentEuropean Union Europe
Most recent
champion(s)
Panathinaikos OPAP
(19th title)
Most titlesPanathinaikos
(19 titles)
TV partner(s)ERT
Related
competitions
Greek Basket League
Greek A2 Basket League
Greek B Basket League
Official websiteBasket.gr ‹See Tfd›(in Greek)

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History and formatEdit

There were no official Greek Cups, or Greek Cup records, with regards to the tournament before the 1975–76 season. But according to some sources,[1] AEK won two unofficial versions of the Greek Cup in the seasons of 1966–67 and 1970–71. The first official Greek Cup took place during the 1975–76 season.

From the 1994–95 to 2003–04 seasons, the Final Four format was used. The competition format currently includes a total of 62 teams; 14 from the top-tier level Greek Basket League, 16 from the 2nd-tier level Greek A2 Basket League, and 32 teams from the third-tier level Greek B Basket League.

The top six placed teams from the previous season of the Greek Basket League have an automatic bye to the quarterfinals, while the other eight teams play in preliminary rounds for the other two quarterfinals places. The quarterfinals and onward rounds are played under a single elimination format.

Cup winnersEdit

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FinalsEdit

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Season Champions Score Runners-up Venue Location MVP
  Greek Basketball Cup
1975–76 Olympiacos 81–69 AEK Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens N/A
1976–77 Olympiacos 103–88 Panionios Panathinaiko Stadium Athens N/A
1977–78 Olympiacos 83–72 AEK Panathinaiko Stadium Athens N/A
1978–79 Panathinaikos 79–72 Olympiacos Panathinaiko Stadium Athens N/A
1979–80 Olympiacos 85–80 AEK Panathinaiko Stadium Athens N/A
1980–81 AEK 84–78 Iraklis Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens N/A
1981–82 Panathinaikos 65–63 PAOK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki N/A
1982–83 Panathinaikos 72–62 Olympiacos Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens N/A
1983–84 PAOK 74–70 Aris Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki N/A
1984–85 Aris 86–70 Panathinaikos Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1985–86 Panathinaikos 88–78 Olympiacos Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1986–87 Aris 110–70 Panellinios Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1987–88 Aris 84–71 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1988–89 Aris 91–86 PAOK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki N/A
1989–90 Aris 75–62 PAOK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1990–91 Panionios 73–70 PAOK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1991–92 Aris 74–62 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1992–93 Panathinaikos 96–89 Sato Aris Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1993–94 Olympiacos 63–51 Stiebel Eltron Iraklis Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens N/A
1994–95 PAOK Bravo 72–53 Chipita Panionios Chalkiopoulio Sports Hall Lamia     Bane Prelević
1995–96 Panathinaikos 85–74 Iraklis Aspis Pronoia Dimitris Tofalos Arena Patras   Dominique Wilkins
1996–97 Olympiacos 80–78 Dexim Apollon Patras OAKA Indoor Hall Marousi, Athens   David Rivers
1997–98 Aris Moda Bagno 71–68 AEK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki   Panagiotis Liadelis
1998–99 PAOK 71–54 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens   Walter Berry
1999–00 AEK 59–57 Panathinaikos PAOK Sports Arena Pylaia, Thessaloniki   Željko Rebrača
2000–01 AEK 66–64 Panathinaikos OAKA Indoor Hall Marousi, Athens   İbrahim Kutluay
2001–02 Olympiacos 74–66 Maroussi Telestet Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens   Alphonso Ford
2002–03 Panathinaikos 81–76 Aris Larissa Neapolis Arena Larissa   Fragiskos Alvertis
2003–04 Aris 73–70 Olympiacos Chalkiopoulio Sports Hall Lamia   Nestoras Kommatos
2004–05 Panathinaikos 72–68 Aris Egnatia Bank Lido Indoor Hall Heraklion   Jaka Lakovič
2005–06 Panathinaikos 68–57 Maroussi Honda Galatsi Olympic Hall Galatsi, Athens   Kostas Tsartsaris
2006–07 Panathinaikos 87–48 Rethymno Aegean OAKA Indoor Hall Maroussi, Athens   Kostas Tsartsaris (2)
2007–08 Panathinaikos 81–79 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Kostas Tsartsaris (3)
2008–09 Panathinaikos 80–70 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Dimitris Diamantidis
2009–10 Olympiacos 68–64 Panathinaikos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Miloš Teodosić
2010–11 Olympiacos 74–68 Panathinaikos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Miloš Teodosić (2)
2011–12 Panathinaikos 71–70 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Šarūnas Jasikevičius
2012–13 Panathinaikos 81–78 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Elliniko, Athens   Roko Ukić
2013–14 Panathinaikos 90–53 Aris Heraklion Indoor Sports Arena Heraklion   Ramel Curry
2014–15 Panathinaikos 68–53 Apollon Patras OAKA Indoor Hall Maroussi, Athens   Loukas Mavrokefalidis
2015–16 Panathinaikos 101–54 Faros Keratsiniou OAKA Indoor Hall Maroussi, Athens   Dimitris Diamantidis (2)
2016–17 Panathinaikos Superfoods 68–59 Aris Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki   James Feldeine
2017–18 AEK 88–83 Olympiacos Heraklion Indoor Sports Arena Heraklion   Manny Harris
2018–19 Panathinaikos OPAP 79–73 PAOK Heraklion Indoor Sports Arena Heraklion   Nick Calathes

Titles by clubEdit

Club Winners Runners-up Years Won
Panathinaikos
19
5
1978–79, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1985–86, 1992–93, 1995–96, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2018–19
Olympiacos
9
9
1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1979–80, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2001–02, 2009–10, 2010–11
Aris
8
6
1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1997–98, 2003–04
AEK
4
7
1980–81, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2017–18
PAOK
3
5
1983–84, 1994–95, 1998–99
Panionios
1
2
1990–91
Iraklis
-
3
Apollon Patras
-
2
Maroussi
-
2
Panellinios
-
1
Rethymno
-
1
Faros Keratsiniou
-
1

Titles by cityEdit

6 clubs have won the Greek Basketball Cup. The 6 clubs that have won the Greek Basketball Cup all come from either the Thessaloniki or Athens urban areas, which are the two largest urban areas in the country of Greece.

Urban Area Clubs Titles Won City Club Home Arena
Athens   Panathinaikos (19)

  Olympiacos (9)
  AEK (4)
  Panionios (1)

33
Athens

Piraeus
Athens
Nea Smyrni

O.A.C.A. Olympic Indoor Hall, Marousi, Athens

Peace and Friendship Stadium SEF, Piraeus, Athens
Nikos Galis Olympic Indoor Hall, Marousi, Athens
Nea Smyrni Indoor Hall, Nea Smyrni, Athens

Thessaloniki   Aris (8)

  PAOK (3)

11
Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki

Alexandreio Melathron Nick Galis Hall, Thessaloniki

PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki

Final Four (1994–2004)Edit

The Final Four system was introduced in the 1994–95 season, while the last Final Four was held during the 2003–04 season.

Season 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
1994–95 PAOK Bravo Chipita Panionios Aris Intersalonika Ilysiakos
1995–96 Panathinaikos Iraklis Aspis Pronoia Dexim Apollon Patras AEK
1996–97 Olympiacos Dexim Apollon Patras AEK Panathinaikos
1997–98 Aris Moda Bagno AEK Olympiacos Panathinaikos
1998–99 PAOK AEK Iraklis Aris
1999–00 AEK Panathinaikos Maroussi Iraklis
2000–01 AEK Panathinaikos Olympiacos Iraklis
2001–02 Olympiacos Maroussi Telestet Panathinaikos Panellinios
2002–03 Panathinaikos Aris Makedonikos Iraklio
2003–04 Aris Olympiacos Peristeri Apollon Patras

Final 4 performance by clubEdit

Club 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
  Panathinaikos 2 (1996, 2003) 2 (2000, 2001) 1 (2002) 2 (1997, 1998)
  AEK 2 (2000, 2001) 2 (1998, 1999) 1 (1997) 1 (1996)
  Olympiacos 2 (1997, 2002) 1 (2004) 2 (1998, 2001) -
  Aris 2 (1998, 2004) 1 (2003) 1 (1995) 1 (1999)
  PAOK 2 (1995, 1999) - - -
  Iraklis - 1 (1996) 1 (1999) 2 (2000, 2001)
  Apollon Patras - 1 (1997) 1 (1996) 1 (2004)
  Maroussi - 1 (2002) 1 (2000) -
  Panionios - 1 (1995) - -
  Makedonikos - - 1 (2003) -
  Peristeri - - 1 (2004) -
  Ilysiakos - - - 1 (1995)
  Panellinios - - - 1 (2002)
  Irakleio - - - 1 (2003)

Greek Basketball Cup Finals game top scorers and MVPsEdit

Since the first Greek Cup in 1976, the Top Scorer of the Greek Cup Finals is given an award, regardless of whether he plays on the winning or losing team. Since 1995, an MVP is also named at the conclusion of the finals.

(X) Denotes the number of multiple times that the player was the Top Scorer or MVP.
Season Greek Cup Finals Top Scorer Club Greek Cup Finals MVP Club
1975–76   Georgios Kastrinakis Olympiacos
1976–77   Steve Giatzoglou Olympiacos
1977–78   Steve Giatzoglou (2) Olympiacos
1978–79   Steve Giatzoglou (3) Olympiacos
1979–80   Steve Giatzoglou (4) &   Georgios Kastrinakis (2) Olympiacos
1980–81   Vassilis Goumas AEK
1981–82   Vangelis Alexandris PAOK
1982–83   Takis Koroneos Panathinaikos
1983–84   Nikos Stavropoulos PAOK
1984–85   Panagiotis Giannakis Aris
1985–86   David Stergakos Panathinaikos
1986–87   Nikos Galis Aris
1987–88   Panagiotis Giannakis (2) Aris
1988–89   Nikos Galis (2) Aris
1989–90   Nikos Galis (3) Aris
1990–91   Georgios Gasparis &   Ken Barlow Panionios & PAOK
1991–92   Nikos Galis (4) Aris
1992–93   Nikos Galis (5) Panathinaikos
1993–94   Žarko Paspalj Olympiacos
1994–95     Bane Prelević PAOK Bravo     Bane Prelević PAOK Bravo
1995–96   Dominique Wilkins Panathinaikos   Dominique Wilkins Panathinaikos
1996–97   Harold Ellis Dexim Apollon Patras   David Rivers Olympiacos
1997–98   Panagiotis Liadelis Aris Moda Bagno   Panagiotis Liadelis Aris Moda Bagno
1998–99   Frankie King PAOK   Walter Berry PAOK
1999–00   Željko Rebrača Panathinaikos   Željko Rebrača Panathinaikos
2000–01   İbrahim Kutluay AEK   İbrahim Kutluay AEK
2001–02   Alphonso Ford Olympiacos   Alphonso Ford Olympiacos
2002–03   Fragiskos Alvertis Panathinaikos   Fragiskos Alvertis Panathinaikos
2003–04   Smush Parker Aris   Nestoras Kommatos Aris
2004–05   DeJuan Collins Aris Egnatia Bank   Jaka Lakovič Panathinaikos
2005–06     Roderick Blakney Maroussi Honda   Kostas Tsartsaris Panathinaikos
2006–07   Kostas Tsartsaris Panathinaikos   Kostas Tsartsaris (2) Panathinaikos
2007–08   Lynn Greer Olympiacos   Kostas Tsartsaris (3) Panathinaikos
2008–09   Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos   Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2009–10   Miloš Teodosić Olympiacos   Miloš Teodosić Olympiacos
2010–11   Miloš Teodosić (2) Olympiacos   Miloš Teodosić (2) Olympiacos
2011–12   Georgios Printezis Olympiacos   Šarūnas Jasikevičius Panathinaikos
2012–13   Dimitris Diamantidis (2) Panathinaikos   Roko Ukić Panathinaikos
2013–14   Ramel Curry Panathinaikos   Ramel Curry Panathinaikos
2014–15   Toarlyn Fitzpatrick Apollon Patras   Loukas Mavrokefalidis Panathinaikos
2015–16   Gaios Skordilis Faros Keratsiniou   Dimitris Diamantidis (2) Panathinaikos
2016–17   Will Cummings Aris   James Feldeine Panathinaikos Superfoods
2017–18   Vassilis Spanoulis Olympiacos   Manny Harris AEK
2018–19   Will Hatcher PAOK   Nick Calathes Panathinaikos OPAP

All-time Greek Cup Finals game career scoring leadersEdit

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Rank Player Points Scored
1.
  Nikos Galis
246
2.
  Panagiotis Giannakis
155
3.
  Steve Giatzoglou
144
4.
  Dimitris Diamantidis
128
5.
  Georgios Kastrinakis
97
6.
  Vassilis Spanoulis
87
6.
  David Stergakos
87
6.
  Mike Batiste
87
9.
  Panagiotis Fasoulas
81
10.
  Pavlos Diakoulas
80
11.
  Minas Gekos
73
12.
  Kostas Tsartsaris
67
13.
    Bane Prelević
64
14.
  Antonis Fotsis
63
14.
  Nikos Stavropoulos
63
16.
  Michalis Giannouzakos
60
17.
  Fragiskos Alvertis
59
18.
  Nikos Filippou
56
19.
  Dimitris Kokolakis
54
20.
  Lefteris Subotić
53
21.
  Takis Koroneos
51

Players with the most appearances in the Greek Cup FinalsEdit

Head coaches with multiple Greek Cup titlesEdit

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Head Coach Greek Cups Years Won
    Željko Obradović
7
2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012
  Giannis Ioannidis
6
1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994
    Dušan Ivković
4
1997, 2000, 2001, 2011
  Faidon Matthaiou
2
1976, 1984
  Kostas Mourouzis
2
1977, 1978
  Kostas Politis
2
1979, 1982
  Argyris Pedoulakis
2
2013, 2014

All the official finals by decadeEdit

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1970sEdit

Greek Basketball Cup Finals
  1st Final
12 July 1976 – Glyfada Indoor Hall

Olympiacos – AEK 81–69 (41–26), Referees: Papaharisis – P. Tsolakidis

Olympiacos (Matthaiou): Kastrinakis 20, Giatzoglou 19, Diakoulas 18, Melini 11, Barlas 7, Rammos 2, Sismanidis 2, Spanos 2, Garonis, Kokorogiannis.
AEK (Mourouzis): Giannouzakos 18, L. Kontos 13, Toskounoglou 10, Kantelis 10, Papadatos 10, Trontzos 6, Nesiadis 2, Nidriotis, Apostolidis, Katerouliotis.
  2nd Final
15 July 1977 – Panathenaic Stadium

Olympiacos – Panionios 103–88 (40–45), Referees: Evangelatos – Rigas

Olympiacos (Mourouzis): Giatzoglou 31, Diakoulas 17, Rammos 16, Kastrinakis 12, Barlas 9, Melini 8, Sismanidis 4, Garonis 3, Spanos 3, Kokorogiannis.

Panionios (Matthaiou): Rapis 23, Missas 23, Dendrinos 17, Fotinos 9, Papadakis 8, Tsikimis 6, Tsantikos 3, Kosmopoulos, Pavlou, Panagiotopoulos.

  3rd Final
5 June 1978 – Panathenaic Stadium

Olympiacos – AEK 83–72 (39–34), Referees: Alifragis – Papacharisis

Olympiacos (Mourouzis): Giatzoglou 28, Kastrinakis 21, Diakoulas 16, Barlas 14, Sismanidis 2, Kokorogiannis 2, Garonis, Spanos, Karelas, Rammos.

AEK (Amerikanos): Gekos 19, Trontzos 17, Bogatsiotis 12, Giannouzakos 8, Kanakakis 6, Vafopoulos 4, Karterouliotis 4, V. Fotsis 2, Apostolidis, Nesiadis.
  4th Final
2 June 1979 – Panathenaic Stadium

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 79–72 (45–46), Referees: Alifragis – Rigas

Panathinaikos (Politis): Kontos 21, Papantoniou 16, Kokolakis 15, Koroneos 12, Stergakos 11, Batis 4, Papazoglou, Garos, Sigas, Ioannou.

Olympiacos (Mourouzis): Giatzoglou 28, Diakoulas 15, Kastrinakis 13, Melini 8, Raftopoulos 6, Sismanidis, Kokorogiannis, Barlas, Spanos, Sampanis.

1980sEdit

Greek Basketball Cup Finals
  5th Final
16 July 1980 – Panathenaic Stadium

Olympiacos – AEK 85–80 (44–42), Referees: Apostolidis – Rigas

Olympiacos (Barlas): Giatzoglou 25, Kastrinakis 20, Iordanidis 15, Diakoulas 14, Melini 8, Raftopoulos 2, Rammos 2, Kokorogiannis, Spanos.

AEK (Trontzos): Giannouzakos 21, Stamelos 18, Gekos 18, Goumas 9, Kanakakis 9, V. Fotsis 5, A. Koroneos, Pantazis, Nesiadis, Tsoskounoglou.

  6th Final
17 July 1981 – Glyfada Indoor Hall

AEK – Iraklis 84–78 (44–31), Referees: Dimou – Papanikolaou

AEK (Devely): Goumas 30, Gekos 17, Kanakakis 12, Rambidis (Rambis) 11, Giannopoulos 10, V. Fotsis 4, Apostolidis, Velengas, Margaritis, Koroneos.

Iraklis (Kioumourtzoglou): Karatzoulidis 29, Tzamos 13, Pasioudus 11, Agrafiotis 8, Douvis 8, Tsoumis 5, Mantis 4, Nalbantis, Tsombanakis, Mouratidis.

  7th Final
30 June 1982 – Alexandreio Melathron

Panathinaikos – PAOK 65–63 (25–35), Referees: Alifragis- Lortos

Panathinaikos (Politis): Stergakos 21, Kokolakis 13, Vidas 12, Koroneos 10, Kontos 7, Ioannou 2, Papantoniou, (Batis, Georganas, Katsinis).

PAOK (Rodopoulos): Alexandris 22, Fasoulas 11, Konstantinidis 10, Gaitanis 9, Μ. Katsoulis 6, Kalpakis 5, Koumatsiotis, Bourlidas, Ζ. Katsoulis, (Tsakogiannis).

  8th Final
20 April 1983 – Glyfada Indoor Hall

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 72–62, Referees: Rigas – Koumbouris

Panathinaikos (Kefalos): Koroneos 19, Stergakos 13, Andritsos 12, Kokolakis 11, Kappos 9, Ioannou 8, Kalogeropoulos, Karanasos, Lykoudis.

Olympiacos (Barlas): Giatzoglou 14, Paragios 10, Kastrinakis 9, Skropolithas 8, Kassimis 6, Raftopoulos 6, Kokorogiannis 5, Kozakis 4, Kambouris, Sampanis.

  9th Final
18 April 1984 – Alexandreio Melathron

PAOK – Aris 74–70 (45–29), Referees: Ioannou-Panatazis

PAOK (Matthaiou): Stavropoulos 26, Μ. Katsoulis 12, Fasoulas 12, Politis 8, Bakopoulos 8, Alexandris 6, Z. Katsoulis 2, Angelidis, Konstantinidis, Polychronakos.

Aris (Ioannidis): Filippou 22, Galis 20, Nikitas 13, Kokolakis 9, Tsachtanis 4, Romanidis 2, Paramanidis, Doxakis, Stamatis, Georgiadis.

  10th Final
9 May 1985 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Aris – Panathinaikos 86–70 (42–23), Referees: P. Tsolakidis – Koumbouris

Aris (Ioannidis): Giannakis 37 (8), Galis 33 (1), Filippou 8, Romanidis 2, Christofakis, Kokolakis, Paramanidis, Doxakis, Stamatis, Tsitakis.

Panathinaikos (Kyritsis): Stergakos 17 (3), Vidas 17, Andritsos 13, Koroneos 10 (1), Skropolithas 7, Papapetrou 4, Ioannou 2, Vasilantonakis, Mathaeakakis, Karanasos.

  11th Final
23 April 1986 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 88–78 (42–42,) Referees: Rigas – Stavrou

Panathinaikos (Kyritsis): Stergakos 25, Andritsos 22, Papapetrou 16, Ioannou 13 (1), Skropolithas 11 (1), Vidas 1, Petroudakis, Konstantos, Fragiskatos.

Olympiacos (Anastasatos): Al. Christodoulou 17 (2), Panagiotopoulos 13, Kambouris 12, Maniatis 11, Paragios 8, Sampanis 7 (1), Kozakis 6, Koukis 2, Nalbantis 2, Dakoulas.

  12th Final
15 April 1987 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Aris – Panellinios 110–70 (49–38), Referees: Tsagamilis – Lortos

Aris (Ioannidis): Galis 52, Romanidis 18 (2), Giannakis 14 (4), Filippou 12, Stamatis 4, Papageorgiou 4, Doxakis 4, Lipiridis 2, Tsitakis, Kasmeridis.

Panellinios (Pavlou): Malach 23, Giannopoulos 21 (4), Dakouris 10, Papandraklakis 6, Katsibas 5, A. Stamatis 3 (1), Tsekos 2, Kokorogiannis, Zafeiropoulos, Tsapralis.

  13th Final
18 May 1988 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Aris – AEK 84–71 (42–39), Referees: Douvis – Symeonidis

Aris (Ioannidis): Giannakis 35 (5), Galis 14, Subotić 14 (4), Filippou 12, Misunov 4, Romanidis 3 (1), Doxakis 2, Daliaris, Lipiridis, Karamanolis.

AEK (Nikitopoulos): Aridas 20, Gekos 18 (2), Giannopoulos 11, Patavoukas 9 (1), Agiasotelis 6, Skourtopoulos 2, V. Fotsis 2, Michelidakis, Sakelariou, Katsigiannis.

  14th Final
13 May 1989 – Alexandreio Melathron

Aris – PAOK 91–86 (49–56), Referees: Kontis – Vidalis

Aris (Ioannidis): Galis 35, Wiltjer 17, Giannakis 15 (3), Subotić 13 (3), Romanidis 6 (1), Misunov 2, Filippou 3, Μ.Katsoulis, Doxakis, Daliaris.

PAOK (Politis): M. Jones 29 (1), Korfas 18 (2), Stavropoulos 12 (2), Prelević 10, Fasoulas 7, Makaras 3 (1), Melis 1, Karatzoulidis 2, Bakopoulos, Dotsios.

1990sEdit

Greek Basketball Cup Finals
  15th Final
21 May 1990 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Aris – PAOK 72–62 (33–31) Referees: Rigas – Koromilas

Aris (Ioannidis): Galis 35 (1), Subotić 20 (3), Giannakis 9, Misunov 7, Vranković 4, Lipiridis, Romanidis, Vourtzoumis, Μ. Katsoulis, Doxakis.

PAOK (Politis): Stavropoulos 17 (1), Cook 14 (1), Fasoulas 8, Prelević 8, Makaras 7 (1), Korfas 6, Boudouris 1, Papachronis 1, Papasarantou, Karatzoulidis.

  16th Final
11 April 1991 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Panionios – PAOK 73–70 (34–35), Referees: Douvis – Giohalis

Panionios (Đurović): F. Christodoulou 21 (2), Gasparis 20 (2), Hudson 12, Brougos 12, Ch. Christodoulou, Bosganas, Panagopoulos, Hugaz, Balis, Balas.

PAOK (Šakota): Barlow 20 (2), Prelević 19 (1), Korfas 16 (1), Fasoulas 7, Stavropoulos 5 (1), Makaras 3, Papachronis, Ioannou, Boudouris, Katsikis.

  17th Final
13 May 1992 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Aris – AEK 75–62 (42–28), Referees: Manos-Mbakalis

Aris (Ioannou): Galis 18 (1), Misunov 17, Giannakis 14 (1), E. Jones 9, Lipiridis 7 (1), Pecarski 4, Subotić 3 (1), Vourtzoumis 2, Angelidis, Baltatzis.

AEK (Nikitopoulos): Galakteros 13 (1), Katsikaris 11 (3), Patavoukas 10 (1), Jordan 10, Lanes 9, Kountourakis 4, Papasarantou 3, Aridas 2, Pioukas, Blakley.

  18th Final
15 May 1993 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Panathinaikos – Sato Aris 96–89 (48–43), Referees: Ralis-Tsanidis

Panathinaikos (Pavličević): Galis 36, Komazec 30 (4), Vranković 7, Oikonomou 6, Alvertis 6 (1), Giannopoulos 5 (1), Papapetrou 2, Georgikopoulos 2, Myriounis 2, Gekos.

Sato Aris (Sherf): Giannakis 30 (3), Anderson 23 (2), Pecarski 11, Theus 9, Vourtzoumis 5 (1), Ioannou 5, Subotić 3 (1), Gasparis 2, Lipiridis 1, Misunov.

  19th Final
1994 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Olympiacos – Stiebel Eltron Iraklis 63–51 (26–22), Referees: Pitsilkas-Voreadis

Olympiacos (Ioannidis): Paspalj 17, Fasoulas 15 (1), Nakić 9, Tomić 7, Bakatsias 7 (1), Tarpley 4, Sigalas 2, Tarlać 2, Stamatis, Kambouris.

Stiebel Eltron Iraklis (Šakota): Kouvelas 11, Zdovc 10 (1), Donaldson 8, Cholopoulos 6, Kakiousis 6, Tambakis 5, Stavropoulos 3 (1), Panagiotidis 2, Asteriadis, Chatzopoulos.

  20th Final (Final Four)
4–5 March 1995 – Chalkiopoulio

Semifinals: PAOK Bravo – Aris 80–63, Chipita Panionios – Ilysiakos 77–50,

Third place: Aris – Ilysiakos 99–64,

Final: PAOK Bravo – Chipita Panionios 72–53 (37–30), Referees: Ralis – Koukoulekidis

PAOK Bravo (Laios): Prelević 27 (4), Savić 21, Bullard 6, Korfas 5 (1), Mamtziolas 3 (1), Giannoulis 3, Galakteros 2, Rentzias 2, Balogiannis, Boudouris.

Chipita Panionios (Ivković): Mays 16, Bailey 12, Karagoutis 9, Angelou 6 (2), Christodoulou 5, Jelić 5, Bosganas, Kalaitzis, Kikilias, Koutsopoulos.

  21st Final (Final Four)
23–24 March 1996 – Patras Arena

Semifinals: Apollon Patras – Iraklis 77–79, Panathinaikos – AEK 87–78,

Third place: Apollon Patras – AEK 86–82,

Final: Panathinaikos – Iraklis Aspis Pronoia 85–74 (47–27), Referees: Symeonidis – Tsoulis

Panathinaikos (Maljković): Wilkins 25 (1), Oikonomou 23 (3), Vranković 13, Giannopoulos 11 (1), Alvertis 5, Kuusmaa 5 (1), Giannakis 3, Korfas, Stavrakopoulos, Pecarski.

Iraklis Aspis Pronoia (Giatzoglou): McDaniel 23 (2), Tarpley 21, Giannouzakos 14 (2), Kakiousis 10, Brougos 6, Angelou, Asteriadis, Kountourakis, Moraitis, Kouvelas.

  22nd Final (Final Four)
12–13 April 1997 – OAKA

Semifinals: Olympiacos – AEK 66–63, Apollon Patras – Panathinaikos 92–79,

Third place: AEK – Panathinaikos 72–63,

Final: Olympiacos – Dexim Apollon Patras 80–78 (42–37), Referees: Tsanidis – Mouzakis

Olympiacos (Ivković): Fasoulas 21, Tarlać 10, Rivers 14 (1), Papanikolaou 6, Gray 6, Tomić 8, Welp 5, Nakić 4 (1), Bakatsias 3, Sigalas 3 (1).

Dexim Apollon Patras (Alexandris): Ellis 24, Myriounis 20, Vukčević 19 (2), Molfetas 7, Vetoulas 3 (1), Chatzopoulos 3 (1), Raily 2, Nemanja, Aryropoulos, Tambakis.

  23rd Final (Final Four)
31 January – 1 February 1998 – Alexandreio Melathron

Semifinals: Olympiacos – AEK 49–63, Panathinaikos – Aris 68–88,

Third place: Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 56–80,

Τελικός: Aris Moda Bagno – AEK 71–68, Referees: Koukoulekidis – Zavlanos

Aris Moda Bagno (Magotsios): Liadelis 22 (1), Sioutis 15 (2), Paspalj 12, Boni 8, Angelidis 5 (1), Galakteros 3 (1), Nahar 3, Chrysanthopoulos 3 (1), Floros, Ordman.

AEK (Ioannidis): Anderson 18, Chatzis 14 (2), Lassa 13 (2), Alexander 11, Tsakalidis 6, Kakiouzis 4, Coldebella 2, Prelević, Larsen, Andersen.

  24th Final (Final Four)
30–31 January 1999 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Semifinals: PAOK – Aris 83–50, Iraklis – AEK 59–63,

Third place: Aris – Iraklis 61–70,

Final: PAOK – AEK 71–54, Referees: Pitsilkas – Koromilas

PAOK (Flevarakis): King 21, Berry 19, Balogiannis 16 (4), Giannoulis 6, Coldebella 5, Morales 2, S. Nikolaidis 2, Maslarinos, Kakiousis, Despos, Christou, Peral.

AEK (Politis): Arlauckas 18, Daniels 12 (2), Tsakalidis 7, Chatzis 5 (1), Kakiouzis 3, Papanikopoulos 3 (1), Koronios 2, Prelević 2, Andersen 2, Dikoudis, Papadopoulos.

2000sEdit

Greek Basketball Cup Finals
  25th Final (Final Four)
8–9 April 2000 – PAOK Arena

Semifinals: AEK – Maroussi 77–63, Iraklis – Panathinaikos 59–70,

Third place: Maroussi – Iraklis 81–71,

Final: AEK – Panathinaikos 59–57 (34–25), Referees: Koromilas – Koukoulekidis

AEK (Ivković): Koronios 12 (2), Tsakalidis 12, Kakiouzis 10 (1), Müürsepp 9 (1), Bowie 8 (1), Dikoudis 4, Hansell 2, Chatzis 2, Misiakos, Papanikolopoulos, Osalivan.

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Rebrača 18, Kattash 12, Bodiroga 11, Rogers 5 (1), Burke 4, Boudouris 3 (1), Alvertis 2, Kalaitzis 2, Fotsis, Gentile, Koch, Glyniadakis.

  26th Final (Final Four)
28–29 April 2001 – ΟΑΚΑ

Semifinals: Iraklis – AEK 59–87, Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 69–79,

Third place: Iraklis – Olympiacos 70–91,

Final: ΑΕΚ – Panathinaikos 66–64, Referees: Pitsilkas – Voreadis

AEK (Ivković): Kutluay 22 (3), Stefanov 20 (3), Betts 9, Dikoudis 6, Kakiouzis 5, Müürsepp 2, Hammink 2, Panteliadis, Kikilias, Chatzis, Zisis, Misiakos.

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Bodiroga 20, Rebrača 12, Alvertis 11 (1), Fotsis 5, Kalaitzis 5, Middleton 4, Balogiannis 3 (1), Gentile 2, Koch 1, Rogers, Burke, Rodostoglou.

  27th Final (Final Four)
5–7 April 2002 – Peace and Friendship Stadium

Semifinals: Panellinios – Maroussi 70–77, Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 83–75,

Third place: Panathinaikos – Panellinios 81–71,

Final: Olympiacos – Maroussi Telestet 74–66, Referees: Mastraftzis – Karousis

Olympiacos (Subotić): Ford 24, Papaloukas 11, Tomić 8 (2), Savrasenko 8, De Miguel 8, Risacher 6, Forrest 4, Boudouris 3, Femerling 2, Papanikolaou.

Maroussi Telestet (Petropoulos): Koch 19 (5), Koronios 11 (3), Burke 11, Conlon 11, Oliver 7 (1), Spanoulis 3 (1), Manolopoulos 3, Marmarinos 1, Falekas, Maslarinos, Pavlidis, Tsiakos.

  28th Final (Final Four)
5–6 April 2003 – Larissa Neapolis Arena

Semifinals: Panathinaikos – Irakleio 94–83, Aris – Makedonikos 92–86,

Third place: Makedonikos – Irakleio 77–71,

Final: Panathinaikos – Aris 81–76, Referees: Voreadis – Spyridonos

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Alvertis 22 (3), Kutluay 20 (3), Lakovič 14 (1), Middleton 10, Fotsis 9, Papadopoulos 6, Balogiannis, Tsartsaris, McDonald, Kalaitzis, Vidalis.

Aris (Alexandris): Gregov 15 (3), Stack 12, Grgat 12, P. Nikolaidis 11 (1), Lappas 9 (1), Solomon 8 (1), Licholitov 5, Raičević 4, Charitopoulos, Gagaloudis, Angelov, Merachtzakis.

  29th Final (Final Four)
27–29 March 2004 – Chalkiopoulio

Semifinals: Olympiacos – Peristeri 69–67, Apollon Patras – Aris 72–93,

Third place: Peristeri – Apollon Patras 94–73,

Final: Aris – Olympiacos 73–70, Referees: Mastraftsis – Karousis

Aris (Burton): Parker 21 (3), Licholitov 13, Bailey 12 (2), Stack 12, Kommatos 11, Vetoulas 2, Raičević 2, Lappas, Krytsis, Nikkilä.

Olympiacos (Šakota): Charissis 13 (1), Diamantopoulos 11 (1), Jurak 10, Tomić 9 (1), Bagarić 7, Wolkowyski 6, Liadelis 6, Sklavos 4, Gorenc 4, Giannouzakos, Charambopoulos, Printezis.

  30th Final
19 February 2005 – Lido Indoor Hall

Panathinaikos – Aris Egnatia Bank 72–68 (29–38), Referees: Koromilas – Voreadis – Tavoylareas

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Lakovič 15 (2), Tsartsaris 14, Batiste 12, Šćepanović 9 (2), Alvertis 8 (2), Diamantidis 6, Femerling 4, Kutluay 3 (1), Kalaitzis 1, Chatzivrettas, Papanikolaou, Baxter.

Aris Egnatia Bank (Burton): Collins 21 (4), Castle 11 (1), Padius 9 (1), Schortsanitis 8, Meseriakov 6, Stack 6, Asimokopoulos 3, Johnson 2, Raičević 1, Kyritsis 1, Karapostolou, Charitopoulos.

  31st Final
18 March 2006 – Galatsi Olympic Hall

Panathinaikos – Maroussi Honda 68–57 (28–31), Referees: Pitsilkas – Zavlanos – Papadimitriou

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Tsartsaris 16 (2), Lakovič 13 (2), Batiste 10, Spanoulis 7, Diamantidis 5, Tomašević 9, Šćepanović 6 (2), Chatzivrettas 2, Alvertis, Papanikolaou, Femerling, Šakota.

Maroussi Honda (Giannakis): Blakney 22 (5), Kyritsis 12, Homan 9, Sekulić 5 (1), Nikolaidis 3 (1), Stefanidis 3 (1), Karagoutis 2, Kaimakoglou 1, Boudouris, Kolokas, Giannoulakos, Noeas.

  32nd Final
25 March 2007 – OAKA

Panathinaikos – Rethymno Aegean 87–48 (44–27), Referees: Koukoulekidis – Bitis – Dinos

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Tsartsaris 14 (1), Diamantidis 11 (2), Bečirovič 11 (1), Šiškauskas 9 (1), Batiste 8, Tomašević 6, Dikoudis 6, Chatzivrettas 5, Alvertis 5 (1), Vujanić 5 (1), Javtokas 5, Šakota 2.

Rethymno Aegean (Koufos): Kyriakopoulos 8 (2), Liatsos 8 (1), Spanos 7 (2), Tsirigotakis 7 (1), Panaras 6, Koumoulos 5 (1), Koronidis 5 (1), Houliaras 2, Kostis, Vardavas, Solomonidis, Mladenovic.

  33rd Final
26 March 2008 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 81–79 (34–30), Referees: Koukoulekidis – Voreadis –

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Spanoulis 20 (4), Tsartsaris 14 (3), Winston 11 (2), Diamantidis 9 (1), Jasikevičius 8 (1), Perperoglou 8 (2), Chatzivrettas 6 (2), Batiste 5, Alvertis, Dikoudis, Žižić, Prkačin.

Olympiacos (Giannakis): Greer 28 (4), Vasilopoulos 15 (3), Bourousis 11, Jackson 10, Teodosić 8 (1), Macijauskas 5 (1), Blakney 4, Vasileiadis, Printezis, Tsakalidis, Papamakarios, Kafkis.

  34th Final
22 February 2009 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 80–70 (32–30), Quarters: 16–13, 32–30, 53–53, 80–70, Referees: Voreadis – Zavlanos – I. Koromilas

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Diamantidis 16, Fotsis 13, Batiste 12, Jasikevičius 10, Spanoulis 9, Perperoglou 9, Nicholas 6, Peković 5, Tsartsaris, Chatzivrettas.

Olympiacos (Giannakis): Papaloukas 13, Greer 11, Bourousis 10, Printezis 9, Vasilopoulos 8, Pargo 7, Pelekanos, Vujčić 4, Halperin 3, Schortsanitis 3, Erceg 2, Milošević.

2010sEdit

Greek Basketball Cup Finals
  35th Final
20 February 2010 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 68–64 (37–31), Quarters: 15–18, 37–31, 50–42, 68–64. Referees: Voreadis, Mouzakis, Gontas

Olympiacos (Giannakis): Teodosić 22, Kleiza 12, Bourousis 8, Childress 7, Penn 7, Vujčić 4, Papaloukas 3, Schortsanitis 3, Mavrokefalidis 2, Halperin, Vasilopoulos.

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Diamantidis 12, Peković 12, Batiste 10, Nicholas 10, Haislip 6, Perperoglou 6, Spanoulis 4, Fotsis 2, Jasikevičius 2, Tepić.

  36th Final
15 May 2011 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 74–68 (37–39), Quarters: 22–17, 37–39, 58–53, 74–68. Referees: Christodoulou, Anastopoulos, Koromilas

Olympiacos (Ivković): Teodosić 18, Mavrokefalidis 16, Bourousis 13, Halperin 9, Papanikolaou 8, Kešelj 4, Glyniadakis 2, Gordon 2, Erceg 2, Papaloukas, Printezis.

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Diamantidis 17, Batiste 17, Fotsis 8, Sato 7, Kaimakoglou 6, Perperoglou 5, Tsartsaris 4, Tepić 2, Calathes 2, Nicholas, Vougioukas, Marić.

  37th Final
10 March 2012 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 71–70 (38–35), Quarters: 25–17, 38–35, 55–58, 71–70. Referees: Christodoulou, Anastopoulos, Koromilas

Panathinaikos (Obradović): Jasikevičius 10, Sato 10, Diamantidis 9, Batiste 9, Kaimakoglou 8, N. Calathes 7, Vougioukas 7, Marić 6, Tsartsaris 5, Perperoglou, Smith, Logan.

Olympiacos (Ivković): Printezis 17, Antić 13, Spanoulis 12, Hines 11, Kešelj 7, Sloukas 4, Mantzaris 2, Dorsey 2, Gecevičius 2, Papanikolaou.

  38th Final
10 February 2013 – Helliniko Olympic Arena

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 81–78 (40–31), Quarters: 23–15, 40–31, 62–53, 81–78. Referees: Anastopoulos, Schinas, Gontas

Panathinaikos (Pedoulakis): Diamantidis 19, Ukić 18, Lasme 16, Gist 11, Kapono 8, Schortsanitis 6, Mačiulis 3, Tsartsaris, Bramos, Banks, Skordilis, Xanthopoulos.

Olympiacos (Bartzokas): Antić 17, Law 15, Spanoulis 12, Sloukas 10, Hines 8, Printezis 6, Shermadini 4, Perperoglou 2, Powell 2, Papanikolaou 2, Gecevičius, Katsivelis.

  39th Final
9 February 2014 – Dyo Aorakia Indoor Hall

Panathinaikos – Aris 90–53 (40–40), Quarters: 20–18, 40–40, 75–47, 90–53. Referees: Tanatzis, Karakatsounis, Panagiotou

Panathinaikos (Pedoulakis): Curry 17, Mačiulis 13, Fotsis 11, Bramos 8, Diamantidis 7, Lasme 7, Pappas 7, Janković 6, Ukić 6, Batiste 4, Mavrokefalidis 4, Charalampopoulos.

Aris (Minić): Bochoridis 12, Athinaiou 10, Pelekanos 9, Vezenkov 9, Tsakaleris 7, Mourtos 5, Gikas 1, Hunt, Asimakopoulos, Charissis, Larentzakis.

  40th Final
5 April 2015 – OAKA

Panathinaikos – Apollon Patras 68–53 (39–20), Quarters: 21–12, 39–20, 57–31, 68–53. Referees: Somos, Tavoulari, Mitsopoulos

Panathinaikos (Ivanović): Mavrokefalidis 13, Diamantidis 9, Pappas 9, Batista 9, Fotsis 6, Gist 6, Janković 4, Slaughter 3, Bochoridis 3, Diamantakos 3, Charalampopoulos 3, Lountzis.

Apollon Patras (Vetoulas): Fitzpatrick 19, Argyropoulos 9, Niforas 7, Skordilis 5, Penn 5, El Amin 4, Batis 2, Pelekoudas 2, Galloway, Molfetas, Georgallis, Ojo.

  41st Final
6 March 2016 – OAKA

Panathinaikos – Faros Keratsiniou 101–54 (57–26), Quarters: 31–12, 57–26, 76–38, 101–54. Referees: Piloidis, Anastopoulos II., Pantelidis

Panathinaikos (Djordjević): Haynes 8, Charalampopoulos 6, Bochoridis 9, Janković 13, Fotsis 4, Raduljica 3, Feldeine 11, Diamantidis 8, Gist 13, Calathes 9, Papagiannis 12, Kuzmić 5.

Faros Keratsiniou (Polemis): Papadopoulos 2, Kountouras, Karampoulas 11, Batis 2, Petrodimopoulos 4, Liakopoulos 4, Angelopoulos 7, Kompodietas 3, Katoufas 2, Kakiouzis, Papamakarios 5, Skordilis 14.

  42nd Final
18 February 2017 – Alexandreio Melathron Nick Galis Hall

Panathinaikos Superfoods – Aris 68–59 (29–27), Quarters: 18–10, 29–27, 50–37, 68–59. Referees: Schinas, Anastopoulos, Panagiotou

Panathinaikos Superfoods (Pascual): Singleton 9, Feldeine 18, Charalampopoulos, Gabriel 3, Calathes 15, Rivers 5, James 9, Pappas, Fotsis 5, Gentile 4, Bourousis, Bochoridis

Aris (Priftis): Jenkins 12, Cummings 20, Janković 2, Kavvadas 6, Dragićević 2, Jackson 2, Xanthopoulos, Tsairelis 9, Zaras, Mourtos 2, Symtsak 4, Gordon

  43rd Final
17 February 2018 – Heraklion Indoor Sports Arena

Olympiacos – AEK 83–88 (42–45), Quarters: 23–26, 42–45, 63–65, 83–88. Referees: Schinas, Manos, Poursanidis

Olympiacos (Sfairopoulos): McLean 10, Papapetrou 5, Spanoulis 20, Milutinov 17, Strēlnieks 14, Printezis 10, Papanikolaou 4, Mantzaris 3, Roberts, Bogris, Wiltjer, Thompson

AEK (Šakota): Punter 14, James 11, Green 6, Harris 17, Xanthopoulos 3, Šakota 8, Vasilopoulos, Atić, Larentzakis 6, Mavroeidis 4, Kavvadas 4, Hunter 15

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