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1989 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four

1989 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four
Tournament details
Host Munich,  West Germany
Arena Olympiahalle
Dates April 1989
Final positions
Champions Jugoplastika Split (1st title)
Runners-up Maccabi Tel Aviv
Third place Aris
Fourth place FC Barcelona
Awards and statistics
MVP Dino Rađa

The 1989 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four was the 1988–89 season's FIBA Europe.

Jugoplastika Split won its first title after defeating Maccabi Tel Aviv in the final match.

Contents

  • Bracket 1
  • Semifinals 2
    • Maccabi Tel Aviv – Aris 2.1
    • FC Barcelona – Jugoplastika Split 2.2
  • Third place game 3
  • Final 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Bracket

Semi-finals Final
  Maccabi Tel Aviv  99  
  Aris  86  
 
      Maccabi Tel Aviv  69
    Jugoplastika Split  75
Third place
  FC Barcelona  77   Aris  88
  Jugoplastika Split  87     FC Barcelona  71

Semifinals

Maccabi Tel Aviv – Aris

4 April 1989
18:00
Boxscore
Maccabi Tel Aviv 99–86 Aris
Scoring by half: 50–48, 49–38
Pts: Jamchy 28 Pts: Giannakis 25
Olympiahalle, Munich
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Vittorio Fiorito (ITA), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FC Barcelona – Jugoplastika Split

4 April 1989
20:00
Boxscore
FC Barcelona 77–87 Jugoplastika Split
Scoring by half: 41–50, 36–37
Pts: Epi 16 Pts: Kukoč 24
Olympiahalle, Munich
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Lubomir Kotleba (CZE), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

Third place game

6 April 1989
18:00
Boxscore
Aris 88–71 FC Barcelona
Scoring by half: 48–38, 40–31
Pts: Galis 36 Pts: Norris 18
Olympiahalle, Munich
Attendance: 10,000
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

Final

6 April 1989
20:00
Boxscore
Maccabi Tel Aviv 69–75 Jugoplastika Split
Scoring by half: 35–35, 34–40
Pts: Jamchy 25
Rebs: Magee 11
Asts: Barlow 1
Pts: Rađa 20
Rebs: Rađa 10
Asts: Kukoč 3
Olympiahalle, Munich
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Lubomir Kotleba (CZE), Vittorio Fitorio (ITA)
Maccabi jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Maccabi
Jugoplastika jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Jugoplastika
Starters: P R A
PG
10
Hen Lippin 2 0 0
SG
12
Doron Jamchy 25 0 0
SF
15
Ken Barlow 13 6 1
PF
13
Kevin Magee 10 11 0
C
8
LaVon Mercer 10 7 0
Reserves: P R A
PG
4
Willie Sims 9 1 0
SF
5
Motti Daniel 0 0 0
C
9
Eliezer Gordon DNP
PG
11
Gilad Katz DNP
C
14
Itzhak Cohen 0 0 0
Head coach:
Zvi Sherf
1990 European champions

Jugoplastika Split
First title
Starters: P R A
PG
6
Luka_Pavićević 4 1 0
SG
12
Duško Ivanović 12 0 2
SF
7
Toni Kukoč 18 2 3
PF
8
Goran Sobin 11 6 2
C
14
Dino Rađa 20 10 2
Reserves: P R A
PG
4
Zoran Sretenović 7 1 1
SF
5
Velimir Perasović 1 0 0
PF
9
Teo Čizmić DNP
PG
10
Petar Naumoski DNP
C
11
Žan Tabak 2 3 0
Head coach:
Božidar Maljković

1989 Final Four MVP: Toni Kukoč

References

External links

  • 1988–89 Euroleague at FIBAEurope.com
  • Linguasport
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