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European Cup Winner's Cup Basketball 1990-91

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European Cup Winner's Cup Basketball 1990-91

1990–91 FIBA European Cup Winner's Cup
League FIBA European Cup Winner's Cup
Sport Basketball
Finals
Champions PAOK
  Runners-up CAI Zaragoza

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ovarense 174–153 Durox BG Leuven 95–88 79–65
Uppsala 175–169 Bestmate Akrides 95–75 80–94
Steiner Bayreuth 225–115 AB Contern 101–60 124–55

Eighth finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ovarense 161–154 Lahden NMKY 86–77 75–77
Uppsala 195–213 Pitch Cholet 111–108 84–105
Balanța Sibiu 141–218 Knorr Bologna 69–105 72–113
Steiner Bayreuth 180–195 CAI Zaragoza 90–94 90–101
Körmendi Dózsa MTE 146–199 Dynamo Moscow 74–86 72–113
Paşabahçe 170–171 Crvena Zvezda 94–85 76–86
EPAB Sunderland 174–193 PAOK 89–96 85–97
Śląsk Wrocław 179–227 Hapoel Galil Elyon 84–109 95–118

Quarter finals group stage

Key to colors
     Qualified to Semi finals
     Eliminated

Group A

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. Dynamo Moscow 6 10 4 2 549 511 +38
2. Pitch Cholet 6 10 4 2 562 510 +52
3. Knorr Bologna 6 10 4 2 517 509 +8
4. Ovarense 6 6 0 6 430 528 -98

Group B

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA PD
1. CAI Zaragoza 6 10 4 2 593 571 +22
2. PAOK 6 9 3 3 528 500 +28
3. Hapoel Galil Elyon 6 9 3 3 546 560 -14
4. Crvena Zvezda 6 8 2 4 593 629 -36

Semi finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pitch Cholet 174–195 CAI Zaragoza 95–105 79–90
PAOK 158–157 Dynamo Moscow 95–82 63–75

Final

March 26, Patinoire de Vernets, Geneva
Team 1  Score  Team 2
PAOK 76–72 CAI Zaragoza
1990–91 FIBA European Cup Winner's Cup Champions

PAOK
1st title

External links

  • 1990–91 FIBA Cup Winner's Cup @ linguasport.com
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