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Greek Basketball Cup

Greek Cup
Sport Basketball
Founded 1975-76 season
CEO Andreas Miaoulis
No. of teams 28
Country Greece
Continent Europe
Most recent champion(s) Panathinaikos
(15th title)
Most titles Panathinaikos
(15 titles)
TV partner(s) ERT
Related competitions Greek Basket League
Greek A2 Basketball League
Official website Basket.gr (Greek)

The Greek Basketball Cup or Hellenic Basketball Cup (Hellenic Basketball Federation (E.O.K.).

History and format

The first 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 in recent years includes a total of 28 teams; 14 from the Greek Basket League and 14 from the Greek A2 Basketball League.

The top 6 placed teams from the previous season of the Greek Basket League have an automatic bye to the quarterfinals, while the other 8 teams play in preliminary rounds for the other two quarterfinal places.[1] The quarterfinal and onward rounds are played under a single elimination format.

Finals

Title holders

Finals

Season Date Winners Score Runners-up Venue Location
1975–76 July 12, 1976 Olympiacos 81–69 AEK Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens
1976–77 July 15, 1977 Olympiacos 103–88 Panionios Panathinaiko Stadium Athens
1977–78 June 5, 1978 Olympiacos 83–72 AEK Panathinaiko Stadium Athens
1978–79 June 21, 1979 Panathinaikos 79–72 Olympiacos Panathinaiko Stadium Athens
1979–80 July 16, 1980 Olympiacos 85–80 AEK Panathinaiko Stadium Athens
1980–81 July 17, 1981 AEK 84–78 Iraklis Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens
1981–82 June 30, 1982 Panathinaikos 65–63 PAOK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki
1982–83 April 20, 1983 Panathinaikos 72–62 Olympiacos Glyfada Indoor Hall Glyfada, Athens
1983–84 April 18, 1984 PAOK 74–70 Aris Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki
1984–85 May 9, 1985 Aris 86–70 Panathinaikos Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1985–86 April 23, 1986 Panathinaikos 88–78 Olympiacos Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1986–87 April 15, 1987 Aris 110–70 Panellinios Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1987–88 May 18, 1988 Aris 84–71 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1988–89 May 13, 1989 Aris 91–86 PAOK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki
1989–90 May 21, 1990 Aris 75–62 PAOK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1990–91 April 11, 1991 Panionios 73–70 PAOK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1991–92 May 13, 1992 Aris 74–62 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1992–93 May 15, 1993 Panathinaikos 96–89 Aris Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1993–94 May 27, 1994 Olympiacos 63–51 Iraklis Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1994–95 March 5, 1995 PAOK 72–53 Panionios Lamia Indoor Hall Lamia
1995–96 March 24, 1996 Panathinaikos 85–74 Iraklis Patras Tofalos Arena Patras
1996–97 April 13, 1997 Olympiacos 80–78 Apollon Patras OAKA Indoor Hall Marousi, Athens
1997–98 February 1, 1998 Aris 71–68 AEK Alexandrio Melathron Thessaloniki
1998–99 January 31, 1999 PAOK 71–54 AEK Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
1999–00 April 2, 2000 AEK 59–57 Panathinaikos PAOK Sports Arena Pylaia, Thessaloniki
2000–01 April 29, 2001 AEK 66–64 Panathinaikos OAKA Indoor Hall Marousi, Athens
2001–02 April 7, 2002 Olympiacos 74–66 Maroussi Peace and Friendship Stadium Piraeus, Athens
2002–03 April 6, 2003 Panathinaikos 81–76 Aris Larissa Neapolis Arena Larissa
2003–04 February 29, 2004 Aris 73–70 Olympiacos Lamia Indoor Hall Lamia
2004–05 February 19, 2005 Panathinaikos 72–68 Aris Lido Indoor Hall Heraklion
2005–06 March 18, 2006 Panathinaikos 68–57 Maroussi Galatsi Arena Galatsi, Athens
2006–07 March 24, 2007 Panathinaikos 87–48 Rethymno Aegean OAKA Indoor Hall Marousi, Athens
2007–08 March 26, 2008 Panathinaikos 81–79 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2008–09 February 22, 2009 Panathinaikos 80–70 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2009–10 February 20, 2010 Olympiacos 68–64 Panathinaikos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2010–11 May 15, 2011 Olympiacos 74–68 Panathinaikos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2011–12 March 10, 2012 Panathinaikos 71–70 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2012–13 February 10, 2013 Panathinaikos 81–78 Olympiacos Helliniko Olympic Arena Ellinikon, Athens
2013–14 February 9, 2014 Panathinaikos 90–53 Aris Dyo Aorakia Indoor Hall Heraklion

Titles by club

[2]
Club Winners Runners-up Years Won
Panathinaikos
15
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
Olympiacos
9
8
1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1979–80, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2001–02, 2009–10, 2010–11
Aris
8
5
1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1997–98, 2003–04
AEK
3
7
1980–81, 1999–2000, 2000–01
PAOK
3
4
1983–84, 1994–95, 1998–99
Panionios
1
2
1990–91
Iraklis
-
3
Maroussi
-
2
Panellinios
-
1
Apollon Patras
-
1
Rethymno
-
1

Final Four (1994-2004)

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 Panionios Aris Ilysiakos
1995-96 Panathinaikos Iraklis Apollon Patras AEK Athens
1996-97 Olympiacos Apollon Patras AEK Athens Panathinaikos
1997-98 Aris AEK Athens Olympiacos Panathinaikos
1998-99 PAOK AEK Athens Iraklis Aris
1999-00 AEK Athens Panathinaikos Maroussi Iraklis
2000-01 AEK Athens Panathinaikos Olympiacos Iraklis
2001-02 Olympiacos Maroussi Panathinaikos Panellinios
2002-03 Panathinaikos Aris Makedonikos Iraklio
2003-04 Aris Olympiacos Peristeri Apollon Patras

Performance by club

Club 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Panathinaikos 2 (1996, 2003) 2 (2000, 2001) 1 (2002) 2 (1997, 1998)
AEK Athens 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 Final game top scorers and MVPs

From 1976 to 1994, the Top Scorer of the Greek Cup Final was noted, regardless of whether he played on the winning or losing team. Since 1995, an MVP is named at the conclusion of the final.
(X) Denotes the number of multiple times that the player was the Top Scorer or MVP.
[3][4]
Season Top Scorer Top Scorer's Team MVP MVP's Team
1975-76 Giorgos Kastrinakis
Olympiacos
1976-77 - Steve Giatzoglou
Olympiacos
1977-78 - Steve Giatzoglou (2)
Olympiacos
1978-79 - Steve Giatzoglou (3)
Olympiacos
1979-80 - Steve Giatzoglou (4)
Giorgos Kastrinakis (2)
Olympiacos
Olympiacos
1980-81 Vassilis Goumas
AEK Athens
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 Giorgos 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
- Bane Prelević PAOK
1995-96 Dominique Wilkins
Panathinaikos
Dominique Wilkins Panathinaikos
1996-97 Harold Ellis
Apollon Patras
David Rivers Olympiacos
1997-98 Panagiotis Liadelis
Aris
Panagiotis Liadelis Aris
1998-99 Frankie King
PAOK
Walter Berry PAOK
1999-00 Željko Rebrača
Panathinaikos
Željko Rebrača Panathinaikos
2000-01 İbrahim Kutluay
AEK Athens
İbrahim Kutluay AEK Athens
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
Jaka Lakovič Panathinaikos
2005-06 - Roderick Blakney
Maroussi
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

All-time Greek Cup Final game career scoring leaders

[5]

  • (Through 2014):
Rank Player Points Scored
1.
- Nikos Galis
243
2.
Panagiotis Giannakis
157
3.
- Steve Giatzoglou
145
4.
Dimitris Diamantidis
111
5.
Giorgos Kastrinakis
95
6.
- David Stergakos
87
7.
Mike Batiste
87
8.
Panagiotis Fasoulas
81
9.
- Pavlos Diakoulas
80
10.
Minas Gekos
72
11.
Nikos Stavropoulos
70
12.
Vassilis Spanoulis
67
13.
Kostas Tsartsaris
67
14.
- Bane Prelević
66
15.
Fragiskos Alvertis
59
16.
Nikos Filippou
57
17.
- Lefteris Subotić
53
18.
Takis Koroneos
51
19.
Dimitris Kokolakis
48
20.
Miloš Teodosić
48

All the finals

[6]
Greek Basketball Cup Finals
1st Final
12 July 1976 - Glyfada Indoor Hall,

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

Olympiacos (Barlas 7, Rammos 2, Sismanidis 2, Spanos 2, Garonis, Kokorogiannis
AEK (Trontzos 6, Nesiadis 2, Nidriotis, Apostolidis, Katerouliotis
2nd Final
15 July 1977 - Panathenaic Stadium,

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

Olympiacos (Barlas 9, Melini 8, Sismanidis 4, Garonis 3, Spanos 3, Kokorogiannis

Panionios (Mattheou): 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 (Barlas 14, Sismanidis 2, Kokorogiannis 2, Garonis, Spanos, Karelas, Rammos

AEK (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 (Barlas, Spanos, Sampanis
5th Final
16 July 1980 - Panathenaic Stadium,

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

Olympiacos (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 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, Gaitanis.

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

Aris (Ioannidis): Filipou 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), Filipou 8, Romanidis 2, Christofakis, Kokolakis, Paramanidis, Doxakis, Stamatis, Tsitakis

Panathinaikos (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 (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 (Lipiridis 2, Tsitakis, Kasmeridis

Panellinios (Pavlou): Malah 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), Filipou 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, Filipou 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

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, Prelevic 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 (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 - Aris 96-89 (48-43), Referees: Ralis-Tsanidis

Panathinaikos (Myriounis 2, Gekos

Aris (Gasparis 2, Lipiridis 1, Misunov

19th Final
1994 - Peace and Friendship Stadium,

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

Olympiacos (Sigalas 2, Tarlać 2, Stamatis, Kambouris

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 - Aris 80-63, Panionios - Ilysiakos 77-50,

Third place: Aris - Ilysiakos 99-64,

Final: PAOK - Panionios 72-53 (37-30), Referees: Ralis - Koukoulekidis

PAOK (Laios): Balogiannis, Boudouris

Panionios (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 85-74 (47-27), Referees: Symeonidis - Tsoulis

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

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

22nd Final (Final Four)
12–13 April 1997 - O.A.C.A.,

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

Third place: AEK - Panathinaikos 72-63,

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

Olympiacos (Sigalas 3 (1)

Apollon Patras (Alexandris): Ellis 24, Myriounis 20, Vukčević 19 (2), Molfetas 7, Vetoulas 3 (1), Chatzopoulos 3 (1), Raily 2, Nemania, 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 - AEK 71-68, Referees: Koukoulekidis - Zavlanos

Aris (Magotsios): 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): 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

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 (Kalaitzis 2, Fotsis, Gentile, Koch, Glyniadakis.

26th Final (Final Four)
28–29 April 2001 – Ο.A.C.A.,

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 (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 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 (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 (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, Agelov, 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 (Printezis

30th Final
19 February 2005 - Lido Indoor Hall,

Panathinaikos - Aris 72-68 (29-38), Referees: Koromilas - Voreadis - Tavoylareas

Panathinaikos (Kalaitzis 1, Chatzivrettas, Papanikolaou, Baxter

Aris (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 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 (Karagoutis 2, Kaimakoglou 1, Boudouris, Kolokas, Gainnoulakos, Noeas

32nd Final
25 March 2007 - O.A.C.A.,

Panathinaikos - Rethymno 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 (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 - Hellinicon 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 (Printezis, Tsakalidis, Papamakarios, Kafkis

34th Final
22 February 2009 - Hellinicon 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 (Printezis 9, Vasilopoulos 8, Pargo 7, Pelekanos, Vujčić 4, Halperin 3, Schortsanitis 3, Erceg 2, Milošević

35th Final
20 February 2010 - Hellinicon 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 - Hellinicon Olympic Arena,

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

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

38th Final
10 February 2013 - Hellinicon 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 (Shermadini 4, Perperoglou 2, Powell 2, Papanikolaou 2, Gecevičius, Katsivelis.

39th Final
09 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, Giankovits 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.

See also

References

  1. ^ .(Greek)Official Hellenic Basketball Federation Site: The 2009-10 competition format.
  2. ^ .(Greek)Basket.gr Winners
  3. ^ .(Greek)Basket.gr - MVP
  4. ^ .(Greek)Basketnet.gr Η Χρυσή Βίβλος και οι MVP
  5. ^ .(Greek)Basket.gr - Scorers
  6. ^ .(Greek)Basket.gr Η ιστορία των τελικών Κυπέλλου Ανδρών

External links

  • Official HEBA Site (Greek)
  • Official Hellenic Basketball Federation Site (Greek)
  • Euroleague.net HEBA - Greek League Page
  • Basketblog.gr (Greek)
  • Greekhoopz.com (Greek)
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