Champions Cup 1990-91

(From 27-09-1990 to 18-04-1991)

 

 

GAME DETAILS (SPANISH CLUBS)

(The first five players in each team are the starting line-up, ordered according to their basic position: PG-F-C; the players in blue are the used substitutes)

 

 

1/8 FINAL

BBC US Hiefenech - FC Barcelona

150-230 (73-113 / 77-117)

FIRST LEG

BBC US Hiefenech - FC Barcelona 73-113 (37-66)

VENUE: Hall Sportif (Heffingen)

DATE: 25-10-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Jochen Geiger-Dietrich (FRG), Armand de Keyser (BEL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Lee Rowlinson (35)

BBC US Hiefenech (coach: Marcel Hetto)

Lawrence Gradnigo (11)

Fernand Colbach (6)

Daniel Maas (-)

Marco Moes (11)

Lee Rowlinson (35)

Romain Schmitz (-)

Serge Hetto (8)

Claude Schmit (2)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (15)

José Antonio Montero (20)

Andrés Jiménez (26)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (18)

Steve Trumbo (19)

José Luis Galilea (4)

Roger Esteller (1)

Lisard González (-)

Audie Norris (10)

SECOND LEG

FC Barcelona - BBC US Hiefenech 117-77 (57-38)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 31-10-1990 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 400

REFEREES: Bruno Gasperin (FRA), José Nina (POR)

FOULED OUT: Trumbo / Colbach

TOP SCORER: Lee Rowlinson (22)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (13)

José Antonio Montero (12)

Roger Esteller (4)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (7)

Steve Trumbo (7)

José Luis Galilea (10)

Lisard González (17)

Audie Norris (21)

José María Pedrera (20)

Ángel Almeida (6)

BBC US Hiefenech (coach: Marcel Hetto)

Lawrence Gradnigo (21)

Fernand Colbach (2)

Serge Hetto (12)

Marco Moes (13)

Lee Rowlinson (22)

Romain Schmitz (3)

Claude Schmit (2)

Daniel Maas (1)

Leo Neumann (1)

Claude Hoffmann (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen - FC Barcelona

93-100 (51-52)

VENUE: Wilhelm-Dopatka-Halle (Leverkusen)

DATE: 12-12-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Todd Warnick (ISR), Pierre Brys (BEL)

FOULED OUT: Behnke, Welp, J. Johnson, Harnisch / “Piculín” Ortiz, Solozábal

TOP SCORER: Kannard Johnson (31)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Clinton Wheeler (30)

Henning Harnisch (12)

John Johnson (10)

Kannard Johnson (31)

Günther Behnke (-)

Christian Welp (10)

Heimo Förster (-)

Arnd Neuhaus (-)

Thomas Deuster (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (14)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (29)

Andrés Jiménez (11)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (16)

Audie Norris (15)

José Antonio Montero (2)

Steve Trumbo (13)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - AS Áris

92-64 (48-26)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 20-12-1990 (20:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA), Philippe Leemann (SWI)

FOULED OUT: Giannakis, Vourtzoumis

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (30)

[Incidents: The electronic scoreboard in Palau Blaugrana failed to work during this game, and the time had to be operated manually from the officials’ table.]

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (10)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (30)

Andrés Jiménez (18)

Audie Norris (12)

Steve Trumbo (12)

José Antonio Montero (6)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (-)

Lisard González (2)

Ángel Almeida (2)

AS Áris (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Panagiotis Giannakis (14)

Nikos Gallis (20)

Vasilis Lypiridis (1)

Goran Sobin (7)

Brad Sellers (14)

Dinos Angelidis (6)

Vangelis Vourtzoumis (-)

Georgios Doxakis (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Pop 84 Split - FC Barcelona

87-91 (43-48)

VENUE: Dvorana “KK Split” na Gripama (Split)

DATE: 3-01-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Christian Marzin (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Kukoč (38’), Pavićević (39’) / “Piculín” Ortiz (39’), Trumbo (39’), Norris (40’)

TOP SCORER: José “Piculín” Ortiz (27)

KK Pop 84 Split (coach: Željko Pavličević)

Luka Pavićević (4)

Velimir Perasović (17)

Toni Kukoč (26)

Aramis Naglić (23)

Zoran Savić (17)

Zoran Sretenović (-)

Žan Tabak (-)

Petar Naumoski (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (14)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20)

Lisard González (10)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (27)

Audie Norris (9)

José Antonio Montero (4)

Steve Trumbo (7)

José María Pedrera (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Maccabi Elite SC

89-64 (49-33)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 10-01-1991 (20:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Stefano Cazzaro (ITA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: José “Piculín” Ortiz (24)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (3)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (13)

Lisard González (14)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (24)

Audie Norris (14)

José Antonio Montero (9)

Steve Trumbo (12)

Ángel Almeida (-)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (16)

Doron Jamchy (8)

Donald Royal (9)

Ed Horton (10)

LaVon Mercer (2)

Nadav Henefeld (4)

Motti Daniel (9)

Willie Sims (2)

Hen Lippin (4)

Itzhak Cohen (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Limoges CSP

84-76 (33-39)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 16-01-1991 (20:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Lennart Eriksson (SWE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20), Michael Brooks (20)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (11)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20)

Lisard González (2)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (14)

Steve Trumbo (6)

José Antonio Montero (13)

Audie Norris (18)

Limoges CSP (coach: Aleksandr Gomel’skij)

Valéry Demory (8)

Richard Dacoury (16)

Don Collins (15)

Michael Brooks (20)

Stéphane Ostrowski (14)

Ken Dancy (3)

Pascal Jullien (-)

Eddy Lamie (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

US Scavolini Victoria Libertas - FC Barcelona

93-89 (57-57)

VENUE: Palasport Comunale (Pesaro)

DATE: 24-01-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Mikhail Davidov (USSR), Ulf Öhrman (SWE)

FOULED OUT: Magnifico (40’)

TOP SCORER: Walter Magnifico (30)

Scavolini V. Libertas (coach: Sergio Scariolo)

Andrea Gracis (8)

Darwin Cook (20)

Darren Daye (22)

Walter Magnifico (30)

Ario Costa (4)

Alessandro Boni (6)

Giovanni Grattoni (3)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (7)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (14)

Lisard González (5)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (19)

Audie Norris (18)

José Antonio Montero (14)

Roger Esteller (-)

Steve Trumbo (12)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Kingston BC - FC Barcelona

81-88 (37-46)

VENUE: National Sports Centre (Crystal Palace, London)

DATE: 30-01-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA), Bart van de Graaf (NED)

FOULED OUT: Gordon (24’) / Lisard (39’), Solozábal (39’)

TOP SCORER: Alton Byrd (28)

Kingston BC (coach: Kevin Cadle)

Alton Byrd (28)

Mike Griffiths (-)

Alan Cunningham (21)

Martin Clark (21)

Trevor Gordon (2)

Lorenzo Duncan (4)

Martin Henlan (-)

Sam Stiller (5)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (23)

Roger Esteller (4)

Lisard González (3)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (8)

Audie Norris (28)

José Antonio Montero (16)

José Luis Galilea (-)

Steve Trumbo (6)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen

96-67 (49-28)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 6-02-1991 (20:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Bruno Duranti (ITA), Alain Styl (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Galilea (38’)

TOP SCORER: José “Piculín” Ortiz (28)

[Incidents: Last international game held at Palau Blaugrana, as FC Barcelona will play from now on in their new home court: Palau Sant Jordi.]

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (13)

José Antonio Montero (-)

Lisard González (5)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (28)

Audie Norris (18)

José Luis Galilea (9)

Roger Esteller (9)

Steve Trumbo (10)

Óscar de la Torre (4)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Heimo Förster (13)

Henning Harnisch (9)

John Johnson (13)

Kannard Johnson (6)

Günther Behnke (3)

Christian Welp (19)

Thomas Deuster (2)

Arnd Neuhaus (2)

Helge Kuprella (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

AS Áris - FC Barcelona

93-110 (39-55)

VENUE: Alexandrio Melathron (Thessaloníkê)

DATE: 14-02-1991 (21:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Stefano Cazzaro (ITA)

FOULED OUT: Lypiridis, Sobin, Angelidis / Galilea, Esteller, Lisard

TOP SCORER: Nikos Gallis (38)

[Incidents: In minute 25, in the middle of an Áris rally from a 36-55 deficit, a failure in the electronic scoreboard caused addition of time (instead of substraction) for a total of 1’30’’, so that the expected 13’30’’ became in fact 16’30’’ as remaining time. When FC Barcelona staff members called the attention of the table officials about this disadjustment, the timer was reverted—in a quite Salomonic decision—to 15’30’’ (two minutes more than it should be). With 1’35’’ left for the end of the game (Barcelona was leading then 93-103), there was a power failure in the stadium. The FIBA commisioner for this game, Bernard Galley, ordered the PA system to announce that the remaining time would be played on the next day, but in fact it was a trick to avoid security problems, as some projectiles had already been thrown onto the dark court. After a delay of over half an hour, the 95 seconds left were played with empty stands.]

AS Áris (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Panagiotis Giannakis (17)

Nikos Gallis (38)

Vasilis Lypiridis (5)

Goran Sobin (6)

Brad Sellers (24)

Michalis Romanidis (-)

Argyris Daliaris (-)

Georgios Doxakis (-)

Dinos Angelidis (3)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (18)

Roger Esteller (1)

Lisard González (3)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (32)

Audie Norris (17)

José Luis Galilea (10)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (21)

Steve Trumbo (8)

José María Pedrera (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - KK Pop 84 Split

92-85 (48-35)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 28-02-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 15.314

REFEREES: Colin Gerrard (ENG), Reuven Virovnik (ISR)

FOULED OUT: Tabak (34’)

TOP SCORER: Lisard González (23)

[Incidents: First international game of FC Barcelona in their new home court, Palau Sant Jordi.]

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (7)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (10)

Lisard González (23)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (15)

Audie Norris (16)

José Luis Galilea (2)

Steve Trumbo (19)

KK Pop 84 Split (coach: Željko Pavličević)

Zoran Sretenović (12)

Velimir Perasović (12)

Toni Kukoč (22)

Avie Lester (12)

Žan Tabak (14)

Aramis Naglić (11)

Petar Naumoski (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Maccabi Elite SC - FC Barcelona

78-68 (42-26)

VENUE: Yad Eliyahu (Tel-Aviv)

DATE: 7-03-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Danko Radić (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Lisard (23’), Epi (33’), “Piculín” Ortiz (37’)

TOP SCORER: Donald Royal (29)

[Incidents: This game was originally scheduled to take place in the neutral venue of Brussels (Belgium) due to the missile attacks in Israel during the Gulf War. However, once the conflict was over, Maccabi was authorized by FIBA to play their remaining home matches in Tel-Aviv (during the war, the Israeli team had to revert the order of some match-ups to play first abroad, and they entertained Scavolini as locals in Brussels). Before the game, the President of Israel, Haim Herzog, went down to the court and greeted all the players of FC Barcelona, thanking them for being the first group of foreigners to visit his country after the Gulf War.]

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (6)

Doron Jamchy (7)

Nadav Henefeld (12)

Donald Royal (29)

LaVon Mercer (8)

Motti Daniel (4)

Ed Horton (-)

Willie Sims (7)

Hen Lippin (5)

Itzhak Cohen (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

José Luis Galilea (5)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20)

Lisard González (-)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (14)

Audie Norris (15)

José Antonio Montero (6)

Roger Esteller (4)

Steve Trumbo (4)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Limoges CSP - FC Barcelona

104-95 (53-43)

VENUE: Palais des Sports de Beaublanc (Limoges)

DATE: 13-03-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Bart van de Graaf (NED)

FOULED OUT: Dacoury (39’) / Almeida (32’), Montero (40’)

TOP SCORER: Michael Brooks (34)

Limoges CSP (coach: Aleksandr Gomel’skij)

Valéry Demory (7)

Richard Dacoury (20)

Don Collins (12)

Michael Brooks (34)

Stéphane Ostrowski (28)

Pascal Jullien (3)

Ken Dancy (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

José Antonio Montero (12)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (32)

Lisard González (10)

Steve Trumbo (23)

Ángel Almeida (-)

Nacho Solozábal (-)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (10)

José Luis Galilea (2)

Roger Esteller (6)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - US Scavolini Victoria Libertas

100-87 (47-39)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 21-03-1991 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 14.987

REFEREES: Mikhail Davidov (USSR), Peter Klingbiel (FRG)

FOULED OUT: Trumbo (38’) / Boni (30’), Costa (37’)

TOP SCORER: Audie Norris (30)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (8)

Roger Esteller (-)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (16)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (19)

Audie Norris (30)

José Antonio Montero (14)

José Luis Galilea (5)

Lisard González (-)

Steve Trumbo (8)

Ángel Almeida (-)

Scavolini V. Libertas (coach: Sergio Scariolo)

Andrea Gracis (20)

Darwin Cook (13)

Darren Daye (22)

Walter Magnifico (15)

Ario Costa (2)

Alessandro Boni (10)

Giovanni Grattoni (2)

Domenico Zampolini (3)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Kingston BC

82-76 (41-38)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 27-03-1991 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.150

REFEREES: Luciano Baldini (ITA), Rui Valente (POR)

FOULED OUT: Trumbo (32’) / Gordon (37’), A. Cunningham (40’)

TOP SCORER: Alan Cunningham (22)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

José Luis Galilea (7)

Roger Esteller (-)

Lisard González (13)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (19)

Steve Trumbo (8)

José Antonio Montero (11)

Nacho Solozábal (7)

Audie Norris (15)

Ángel Almeida (2)

Kingston BC (coach: Kevin Cadle)

Alton Byrd (7)

Mike Griffiths (2)

Alan Cunningham (22)

Martin Clark (12)

Martin Henlan (8)

Trevor Gordon (7)

Lorenzo Duncan (18)

Matt Cunningham (-)

 

 

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