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1992 FIBA European League Final Four

The 1992 FIBA European League Final Four was the 1991–92 season's FIBA Europe.

Partizan won its first title after defeating Joventut Badalona in the final match, with a buzzerbeater of Aleksandar Đorđević.

Contents

  • Bracket 1
  • Semifinals 2
    • Partizan – Philips Olimpia 2.1
    • Joventut Badalona – Estudiantes 2.2
  • Third place game 3
  • Final 4
    • Final standings 4.1
  • External links 5

Bracket

Semi-finals Final
  Partizan  82  
  Philips Olimpia Milano  75  
 
      Partizan  71
    Joventut Badalona  70
Third place
  Joventut Badalona  91   Philips Olimpia Milano  99
  Estudiantes  69     Estudiantes  81

Semifinals

Partizan – Philips Olimpia

14 April 1992
19:00
Boxscore
Partizan 82–75 Philips Olimpia Milano
Scoring by half: 31–35, 51–40
Pts: Danilović 22
Rebs: Danilović 10
Asts: Danilović 3
Pts: Dawkins 21
Rebs: Dawkins 19
Asts: Montecchi 6
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Costas Rigas (GRE), Philippe Leemann (SUI)

Joventut Badalona – Estudiantes

14 April 1992
21:00
Boxscore
Montigalà Joventut 91–69 Estudiantes
Scoring by half: 51–36, 40–33
Pts: Villacampa 28
Rebs: Ruf 10
Asts: Pressley 3
Pts: Pinone 18
Rebs: Winslow 10
Asts: Azofra 3
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Wieslaw Zych (POL), Reuven Virovnik (ISR)

Third place game

16 April 1992
19:00
Boxscore
Philips Olimpia Milano 99–81 Estudiantes
Scoring by half: 57–41, 42–40
Pts: Rogers 20
Rebs: Dawkins 9
Asts: Pittis 7
Pts: Winslow 21
Rebs: Winslow 219
Asts: three players 4
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Referees: Costas Rigas (GRE), Wieslaw Zych (POL)

Final

16 April 1992
21:00
Boxscore
Partizan 71–70 Joventut Badalona
Scoring by half: 40-34, 31–36
Pts: Danilović 25
Rebs: Danilović, Dragutinović 5
Asts: Đorđević 3
Pts: Harold Pressley 20
Rebs: Morales, Pressley 9
Asts: R. Jofresa, Thompson 2
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Philippe Leemann (SUI)
Partizan jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Partizan
Joventut jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Joventut
Starters: P R A
PG
4
Aleksandar Đorđević 23 2 3
SG
5
Predrag Danilović 25 5 0
SF
15
Ivo Nakić 5 1 0
PF
8
Zoran Stevanović 6 4 1
C
13
Slaviša Koprivica 4 4 1
Reserves: P R A
SF
6
Nikola Lončar 2 1 0
C
7
Mlađan Šilobad 4 3 1
C
11
Željko Rebrača 0 2 0
PG
14
Vladimir Dragutinović 2 5 2
Head coach:
Željko Obradović
1992 European champions

Partizan
First title
Starters: P R A
PG
5
Rafa Jofresa 8 1 2
SG
8
Jordi Villacampa 13 4 1
SF
11
Harold Pressley 20 9 1
PF
10
Corny Thompson 5 8 2
C
12
Juan Antonio Morales 6 9 1
Reserves: P R A
C
4
Carlos Ruf 0 1 0
PG
6
Tomàs Jofresa 18 6 1
SF
9
Jordi Pardo 0 0 0
Head coach:
Lolo Sainz

Final Four 1992 MVP: Predrag Danilović

Final standings

Team
1. Partizan
2. Joventut Badalona
3. Philips Olimpia Milano
4. Estudiantes

External links

  • 1991–92 Euroleague at FIBAEurope.com
  • Linguasport
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