1988–89 FIBA European Champions Cup

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FIBA European Champions Cup 1988–89
League FIBA European Champions Cup
Sport Basketball
Regular Season
Final Four
Champions Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split
  Runners-up Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
Final Four MVP Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dino Rađa (Jugoplastika Split)
FIBA European Champions Cup seasons

The 1988-89 season and 32nd of the FIBA European Champions Cup was won by Jugoplastika Split after beating Maccabi Tel Aviv 75-69. The culminating Euroleague Final Four was held at Olympiahalle, Munich, FR Germany on 4–6 April 1990. Dino Rađa was named Final Four MVP.

Competition system[edit]

  • 27 teams (domestic champions plus title holder) playing knock-out rounds on a home and away basis. The aggregate score of both games decides the winner.
  • The eight remaining teams after the knock-out rounds enter a 1/4 Final Group Stage, played as a round-robin. The final standing is based on individual wins and defeats. In case of a tie between two or more teams after this group stage, the following criteria is used to decide the final classification: 1) number of wins in one-to-one games between the teams; 2) basket average between the teams; 3) general basket average within the group.
  • The top four teams after the 1/4 Final Group Stage qualify for the Final Stage (Final Four), played at a predetermined venue.

First Round[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Partizani Tirana Albania Italy Scavolini Pesaro 72–84 84–108
Sunair Oostende Belgium Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 91–104 91–93
Ovarense Portugal Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split 87–94 76–113
Södertälje BBK Sweden Greece Aris 93–85 82–105
KTP Finland Spain FC Barcelona 78–87 74–94
Zborjovka Brno Czechoslovakia France Limoges CSP 87–111 54–129
Nashua Den Bosch Netherlands Germany Saturn Köln 90–87 86–73
Balkan Botevgrad Bulgaria Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 80–103 68–87

Quarterfinal round[edit]

Team Pld Pts W L PF PA
1. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 14 26 12 2 1314 1221
2. Spain FC Barcelona 14 25 11 3 1207 1120
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split 14 22 8 6 1205 1167
4. Greece Aris 14 22 8 6 1269 1261
5. France Limoges CSP 14 20 6 8 1269 1266
6. Italy Scavolini Pesaro 14 19 5 9 1130 1174
7. Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 14 18 4 10 1156 1194
8. Netherlands Nashua Den Bosch 14 16 2 12 1159 1306

Final four[edit]

Semi-finals Final
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split  87  
 Spain FC Barcelona  77  
 
     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika Split  75
   Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv  69
Third place
 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv  99  Spain FC Barcelona  71
 Greece Aris  86    Greece Aris  88
FIBA European Champions Cup
1988–89 Champions
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Jugoplastika Split
1st title

Final Four 1989 MVP: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dino Rađa (Jugoplastika Split)

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