1988–89 FIBA European Champions Cup
|FIBA European Champions Cup 1988–89|
|League||FIBA European Champions Cup|
|Runners-up||Maccabi Tel Aviv|
|Final Four MVP||Dino Rađa (Jugoplastika Split)|
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.
- 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.
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Round of 16
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Partizani Tirana||Scavolini Pesaro||72–84||84–108|
|Sunair Oostende||Maccabi Tel Aviv||91–104||91–93|
|Zborjovka Brno||Limoges CSP||87–111||54–129|
|Nashua Den Bosch||Saturn Köln||90–87||86–73|
|Balkan Botevgrad||CSKA Moscow||80–103||68–87|
|1.||Maccabi Tel Aviv||14||26||12||2||1314||1221|
|8.||Nashua Den Bosch||14||16||2||12||1159||1306|
|Maccabi Tel Aviv||69|
|Maccabi Tel Aviv||99||FC Barcelona||71|
|FIBA European Champions Cup