European League 1991-92

(From 12-09-1991 to 16-04-1992)

 

 

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)

 

 

1/16 FINAL

Scania Södertälje BBK - CB Estudiantes

154-195 (76-98 / 78-97)

FIRST LEG

Scania Södertälje BBK - CB Estudiantes 76-98 (37-49)

VENUE: Täljehallen (Södertälje)

DATE: 2-10-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 810

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Janne Muurinen (FIN)

FOULED OUT: Bair (40’)

TOP SCORER: Alberto Herreros (26)

Scania Södertälje BBK (coach: Bill Banks)

Peter Mellström (17)

Peter Borg (5)

Bill Magarity (22)

Magnus Tegel (3)

Richard Strong (4)

Håkan Stenman (-)

Patrik Setzman (6)

Mats Appell (5)

Brent Bair (14)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (2)

Alberto Herreros (26)

Rickie Winslow (15)

John Pinone (13)

Juan Antonio Orenga (16)

Pablo Martínez (13)

Juan Aísa (5)

Alfonso Reyes (2)

Pedro Rodríguez (2)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (4)

SECOND LEG

CB Estudiantes - Scania Södertälje BBK 97-78 (51-37)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 10-10-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Kostas Koromilas (GRE), Pierluigi d’Este (ITA)

FOULED OUT: Mellström, Tegel

TOP SCORER: Bill Magarity (27)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (2)

Juan Aísa (10)

Rickie Winslow (6)

John Pinone (12)

Pedro Rodríguez (10)

Pablo Martínez (2)

Alberto Herreros (22)

Juan Antonio Orenga (6)

Alfonso Reyes (16)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (11)

Scania Södertälje BBK (coach: Bill Banks)

Peter Mellström (11)

Peter Borg (11)

Bill Magarity (27)

Magnus Tegel (4)

Brent Bair (12)

Håkan Stenman (5)

Patrik Setzman (-)

Mats Appell (-)

Richard Strong (8)

Réda Bentebra (-)

 

1/16 FINAL

Fenerbahçe SK - FC Barcelona

123-174 (73-79 / 50-95)

FIRST LEG

Fenerbahçe SK - FC Barcelona 73-79 (38-41)

VENUE: Caferağa Spor Salonu (İstanbul)

DATE: 3-10-1991 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Zdravko Kurilić (YUG), Reinhard Bachmayer (AUT)

FOULED OUT: Coleman (40’)

TOP SCORER: Larry Richard (26)

[Incidents: Fenerbahçe’s stadium was poorly conditioned for an international basketball game. In addition to a very poor floodlight, one of the many irregularities happened when some spectators shook the base of the baskets every time Barcelona players were attempting free throws, actually moving the rims (the trick was so obvious that the referees had Coleman repeat one shot for this reason).]

Fenerbahçe SK (coach: Çetin Yılmaz)

Ali Rıza Limoncuoğlu (-)

Levent Topsakal (17)

Hüsnü Çakırgil (18)

Cenk Renda (11)

Larry Richard (26)

Kemal Dinçer (-)

Güray Kanan (1)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (16)

José Antonio Montero (9)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (7)

José “Piculín” Ortiz (20)

Ben Coleman (19)

Jordi Soler (2)

Roger Esteller (4)

Paco Zapata (-)

Steve Trumbo (2)

SECOND LEG

FC Barcelona - Fenerbahçe SK 95-50 (43-24)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 9-10-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.280

REFEREES: Michael Trumpke (GER), Philippe Manassero (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Esteller (37’), Lisard (39’)

TOP SCORER: Larry Richard (26)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (12)

Roger Esteller (8)

Lisard González (10)

Paco Zapata (10)

Ben Coleman (4)

José Antonio Montero (12)

José Luis Galilea (4)

Steve Trumbo (10)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (13)

Jordi Soler (12)

Fenerbahçe SK (coach: Çetin Yılmaz)

Ali Rıza Limoncuoğlu (-)

Hüsnü Çakırgil (2)

Cenk Renda (3)

Larry Richard (26)

Can Sonat (4)

Mehmet Ali Tlabar (-)

Kemal Dinçer (-)

Güray Kanan (12)

İbrahim Kutluay (2)

Cenk Gürsoy (1)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Olympique d’Antibes Basket - FC Barcelona

78-85 (37-42)

VENUE: Salle Salusse-Santoni (Antibes)

DATE: 31-10-1991 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.200

REFEREES: Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE), Mikhail Davidov (USSR)

FOULED OUT: Johnson (36’), Haquet (40’)

TOP SCORER: Hugues Occansey (31)

Olympique d’Antibes (coach: Jacques Monclar)

Robert Smith (20)

Georges Adams (14)

Hugues Occansey (31)

Jim Deines (2)

Lee Johnson (6)

Daniel Haquet (2)

Jean-François Evert (-)

Yann Bonato (2)

Arsène Ade-Mensah (1)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Nacho Solozábal (9)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (15)

Lisard González (2)

Zoran Savić (20)

Ben Coleman (23)

José Luis Galilea (2)

Roger Esteller (12)

Paco Zapata (2)

Jordi Soler (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - CB Estudiantes

91-66 (44-28)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 31-10-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.500

REFEREES: Colin Gerrard (ENG), Bruno Duranti (ITA)

FOULED OUT: Orenga (40’)

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (29)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (21)

Jordi Pardo (20)

Harold Pressley (29)

Corny Thompson (10)

Juanan Morales (4)

Tomás Jofresa (3)

Carles Ruf (4)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (5)

Alberto Herreros (14)

Rickie Winslow (20)

John Pinone (10)

Juan Antonio Orenga (11)

Quique Ruiz Paz (4)

Juan Aísa (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - KK Cibona

73-85 (34-34)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 7-11-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.340

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), William Jones (WAL)

FOULED OUT: Epi (39’) / Arapović (36’), Alihodžić (38’)

TOP SCORER: Zdravko Radulović (29)

FC Barcelona (coach: Božidar Maljković)

Jordi Soler (3)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (9)

Lisard González (6)

Zoran Savić (16)

Ben Coleman (23)

Nacho Solozábal (12)

Roger Esteller (4)

Paco Zapata (-)

KK Cibona (coach: Mirko Novosel)

Zdravko Radulović (29)

Danko Cvjetičanin (25)

Veljko Mršić (4)

Goran Sobin (5)

Franjo Arapović (11)

Zoran Čutura (3)

Vladan Alanović (8)

Dževad Alihodžić (-)

Ivan Sunara (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Philips Olimpia Milano - Club Joventut de Badalona

103-107 (51-38;91-91)

VENUE: Forum di Milanofiori (Assago)

DATE: 7-11-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.158

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Mikhail Davidov (USSR)

FOULED OUT: Dawkins (36’), Montecchi (45’) / Thompson (36’), Morales (43’), Ruf (45’)

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (34)

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Piero Montecchi (10)

Antonello Riva (17)

Riccardo Pittis (13)

Davide Pessina (21)

Darryl Dawkins (15)

Johnny Rogers (21)

Andrea Blasi (6)

Marco Baldi (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (26)

Jordi Pardo (6)

Harold Pressley (34)

Corny Thompson (8)

Juanan Morales (5)

Tomás Jofresa (17)

Carles Ruf (11)

Jordi Llorens (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - Áris BC

88-58 (35-34)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 7-11-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Danko Radić (CRO), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (28)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (3)

Alberto Herreros (8)

Rickie Winslow (28)

John Pinone (19)

Juan Antonio Orenga (13)

Juan Aísa (4)

Quique Ruiz Paz (3)

Alfonso Reyes (3)

Pedro Rodríguez (7)

Alejandro Escudero (-)

Áris BC (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Panagiotis Giannakis (6)

Nikos Gallis (21)

Michalis Romanidis (5)

Vasilis Lypiridis (4)

Walter Berry (18)

Dinos Angelidis (4)

Memos Ioannou (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Knorr Virtus Bologna

71-67 (34-39)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 28-11-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.780

REFEREES: Carl Jungebrand (FIN), Krzysztof Koralewski (POL)

FOULED OUT: Zdovc (38’)

TOP SCORER: Zoran Savić (14)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (10)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (13)

Lisard González (5)

Paco Zapata (6)

Zoran Savić (14)

Ben Coleman (11)

Roger Esteller (2)

José Luis Galilea (10)

Knorr Virtus Bologna (coach: Ettore Messina)

Roberto Brunamonti (13)

Jure Zdovc (8)

Riccardo Morandotti (8)

Roberto dalla Vecchia (4)

Bill Wennington (9)

Claudio Coldebella (13)

Lauro Bon (2)

Roberto Cavallari (10)

Damiano Brigo (-)

Massimiliano Romboli (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - Áris BC

91-69 (44-34)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 28-11-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.000

REFEREES: Zdravko Kurilić (YUG), Giovanni Garibotti (ITA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Jordi Pardo (36)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (4)

Tomás Jofresa (12)

Jordi Pardo (36)

Corny Thompson (17)

Juanan Morales (13)

Jordi Villacampa (3)

Carles Ruf (6)

Áris BC (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Kostas Baltatzis (2)

Nikos Gallis (32)

Michalis Romanidis (3)

Dinos Angelidis (17)

Miroslav Pecarski (9)

Vasilis Lypiridis (-)

Igor Moraitis (2)

Vangelis Vourtzoumis (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

BV Commodore Den Helder - CB Estudiantes

91-67 (42-42)

VENUE: De Slenk (Den Helder)

DATE: 28-11-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.500

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Ivan Zachara (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Herreros (36’)

TOP SCORER: Marco de Waard (20)

BV Commodore Den Helder (coach: Ton Boot)

Cees van Rootselaar (5)

Okke te Velde (13)

Rolf Franke (14)

Tico Cooper (5)

John Jerome (17)

Marco de Waard (20)

Tony Worrell (15)

Chris van Dinten (2)

Henk Pieterse (-)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (-)

Alberto Herreros (12)

Rickie Winslow (18)

John Pinone (17)

Juan Antonio Orenga (8)

Juan Aísa (2)

Quique Ruiz Paz (4)

Pedro Rodríguez (4)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Slobodna Dalmacija Split - FC Barcelona

79-80 (42-32)

VENUE: Coliseum (La Coruña)

DATE: 5-12-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.000

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Eric de Neve (BEL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Velimir Perasović (27)

[Incidents: Game played in La Coruña (Spain) due to the outbreak of the Balkan War in Yugoslavia. For this reason, all the group games of KK Slobodna Dalmacija Split as home team are also played in this Spanish city.]

KK Slobodna D. Split (coach: Nenad Amanović)

Michael Ray Richardson (22)

Velimir Perasović (27)

Nenad Videka (6)

Aramis Naglić (17)

Žan Tabak (4)

Josip Lovrić (3)

Ivan Kapov (-)

Teo Čizmić (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (7)

Roger Esteller (-)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (24)

Paco Zapata (6)

Zoran Savić (12)

José Luis Galilea (13)

Ben Coleman (12)

Lisard González (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - KK Partizan

79-76 (37-26)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 5-12-1991 (21:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.000

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), José Araújo (POR)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (23)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (18)

Jordi Pardo (8)

Harold Pressley (23)

Corny Thompson (14)

Juanan Morales (2)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Carles Ruf (8)

Jordi Villacampa (6)

KK Partizan (coach: Željko Obradović)

Aleksandar Đorđević (12)

Predrag Danilović (13)

Nikola Lončar (4)

Slaviša Koprivica (13)

Željko Rebrača (-)

Ivo Nakić (19)

Zoran Stevanović (10)

Vladimir Dragutinović (3)

Mlađan Šilobad (2)

Dragiša Šarić (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - Racing Maes Pils Mechelen

101-83 (56-24)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 5-12-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.200

REFEREES: Karel Bruna (CZE), Kostas Koromilas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Alberto Herreros (24)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (6)

Alberto Herreros (24)

Rickie Winslow (11)

John Pinone (11)

Juan Antonio Orenga (17)

Juan Aísa (2)

Quique Ruiz Paz (4)

Alfonso Reyes (18)

Pedro Rodríguez (4)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (4)

Racing Mech. (coach: Lucien van Kersschaever)

Martin Haws (6)

Bill Varner (23)

Marc Deheneffe (2)

Rik Samaey (2)

Eric Struelens (11)

Daniel Frans (7)

Dirk Snyders (11)

Daniel Herman (16)

Eddy Lenaerts (-)

Dimitri Lambrecht (5)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - KK Kalev

85-71 (45-39)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 12-12-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.240

REFEREES: Michael Trumpke (GER), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Babenko (27’), Karavajev (33’), Saksakulm (36’), Sokk (40’)

TOP SCORER: Zoran Savić (29)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (14)

Roger Esteller (2)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (16)

Lisard González (5)

Zoran Savić (29)

Ben Coleman (10)

José Luis Galilea (9)

Jordi Soler (-)

KK Kalev (coach: Jaak Salumets)

Aivar Kuusmaa (12)

Tiit Sokk (26)

Andrus Nagel (9)

Ivo Saksakulm (3)

Sergei Babenko (13)

Aleksander Karavajev (4)

Rauno Pehka (4)

Gert Kullamäe (-)

Indrek Rumma (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

BV Commodore Den Helder - Club Joventut de Badalona

74-82 (44-45)

VENUE: De Slenk (Den Helder)

DATE: 12-12-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.300

REFEREES: Peter Klingbiel (GER), Peter Poiger (AUT)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (24)

BV Commodore Den Helder (coach: Ton Boot)

Cees van Rootselaar (8)

Okke te Velde (13)

Rolf Franke (2)

Tico Cooper (13)

John Jerome (10)

Tony Worrell (13)

Marco de Waard (11)

Chris van Dinten (2)

Henk Pieterse (2)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (9)

Jordi Pardo (12)

Harold Pressley (24)

Corny Thompson (22)

Juanan Morales (3)

Jordi Villacampa (10)

Carles Ruf (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - Philips Olimpia Milano

74-68 (42-28)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 12-12-1991 (19:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (CRO), Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Azofra (40’) / Dawkins (34’), Pessina (40’)

TOP SCORER: Johnny Rogers (21)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (14)

Alberto Herreros (20)

Rickie Winslow (15)

John Pinone (13)

Juan Antonio Orenga (7)

Juan Aísa (2)

Quique Ruiz Paz (1)

Pedro Rodríguez (2)

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Piero Montecchi (9)

Antonello Riva (16)

Riccardo Pittis (5)

Johnny Rogers (21)

Darryl Dawkins (5)

Andrea Blasi (-)

Davide Pessina (12)

Marco Baldi (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Maccabi Elite SC - FC Barcelona

83-94 (44-40)

VENUE: Yad Eliyahu (Tel-Aviv)

DATE: 19-12-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.000

REFEREES: Danko Radić (CRO), Viliam Koller (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Zapata (36’)

TOP SCORER: Zoran Savić (24)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (12)

Doron Jamchy (21)

Nadav Henefeld (7)

Mike Mitchell (23)

LaVon Mercer (8)

José Vargas (7)

Willie Sims (3)

Motti Daniel (2)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (9)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (19)

Lisard González (-)

Zoran Savić (24)

Ben Coleman (16)

Roger Esteller (-)

José Luis Galilea (12)

Paco Zapata (4)

Jordi Soler (10)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen

95-92 (45-40;82-82)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 19-12-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREES: David Dagan (ISR), Robert Iliffe (ENG)

FOULED OUT: Morales (30’), Pressley (40’) / Harnisch (43’)

TOP SCORER: Kannard Johnson (28)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (5)

Jordi Pardo (22)

Harold Pressley (24)

Corny Thompson (16)

Juanan Morales (12)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Jordi Villacampa (16)

Jordi Llorens (-)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Clinton Wheeler (14)

Stephan Baeck (-)

Henning Harnisch (7)

Kannard Johnson (28)

Christian Welp (30)

Michael Koch (8)

Günther Behnke (5)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Partizan - CB Estudiantes

75-95 (31-44)

VENUE: Polideportivo Municipal “Fernando Martín” (Fuenlabrada)

DATE: 19-12-1991 (18:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.600

REFEREES: Paolo Zanon (ITA), Alojz Ceizel (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Šilobad (28’), Stevanović (31’) / Ruiz Paz (15’)

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio Orenga (30)

[Incidents: Game played in Fuenlabrada (Spain) due to the outbreak of the Balkan War in Yugoslavia. For this reason, all the group games of KK Partizan as home team are also played in this Spanish city (in the outskirts of Madrid).]

KK Partizan (coach: Željko Obradović)

Vladimir Dragutinović (10)

Predrag Danilović (13)

Dragiša Šarić (-)

Zoran Stevanović (8)

Slaviša Koprivica (4)

Aleksandar Đorđević (18)

Nikola Lončar (6)

Željko Rebrača (6)

Mlađan Šilobad (2)

Ivo Nakić (8)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (9)

Alberto Herreros (20)

Rickie Winslow (23)

John Pinone (11)

Juan Antonio Orenga (30)

Juan Aísa (-)

Quique Ruiz Paz (2)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - SC Phonola Juventus Caserta

99-77 (43-41)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 9-01-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.613

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Gentile (20’)

TOP SCORER: Nacho Solozábal (24)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (24)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (17)

Lisard González (-)

Zoran Savić (12)

Ben Coleman (19)

José Antonio Montero (14)

José Luis Galilea (7)

Paco Zapata (6)

SC Phonola J. Caserta (coach: Franco Marcelletti)

Ferdinando Gentile (6)

Vincenzo Esposito (19)

Sandro dell’Agnello (6)

Anthony Avent (14)

Mychal Thompson (14)

Sergio Donadoni (12)

Massimiliano Rizzo (-)

Giacomantonio Tufano (-)

Alberto Brembilla (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Racing Maes Pils Mechelen - Club Joventut de Badalona

80-101 (38-50)

VENUE: Arena Deurne (Antwerpen)

DATE: 9-01-1992 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: William Jones (WAL), Petr Sudek (CZE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Bill Varner (24)

Racing Mech. (coach: Lucien van Kersschaever)

Daniel Herman (12)

Bill Varner (24)

Dirk Snyders (9)

Rik Samaey (4)

Eddy Lenaerts (6)

Eric Struelens (7)

Marc Deheneffe (2)

Dimitri Lambrecht (4)

Martin Haws (12)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (11)

Jordi Villacampa (19)

Harold Pressley (17)

Corny Thompson (20)

Juanan Morales (5)

Tomás Jofresa (9)

Jordi Pardo (18)

Jordi Llorens (2)

Alfonso Albert (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen - CB Estudiantes

81-91 (49-51)

VENUE: Wilhelm-Dopatka-Halle (Leverkusen)

DATE: 9-01-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Stephen Field (ENG), Viliam Koller (CZE)

FOULED OUT: K. Johnson (40’), Welp (40’)

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (25)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Clinton Wheeler (19)

Stephan Baeck (-)

Henning Harnisch (12)

Kannard Johnson (24)

Christian Welp (13)

Michael Koch (11)

Günther Behnke (2)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (8)

Alberto Herreros (24)

Rickie Winslow (25)

John Pinone (19)

Juan Antonio Orenga (15)

Pablo Martínez (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Olympique d’Antibes Basket

101-86 (48-36)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 16-01-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.950

REFEREES: Danko Radić (CRO), Claude Tabruyn (BEL)

FOULED OUT: Zapata (37’) / Haquet (27’), Deines (30’)

TOP SCORER: Ben Coleman (28)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (8)

José Antonio Montero (7)

Lisard González (3)

Zoran Savić (16)

Ben Coleman (28)

Roger Esteller (11)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (8)

José Luis Galilea (7)

Paco Zapata (10)

Jordi Soler (3)

Olympique d’Antibes (coach: Jacques Monclar)

Robert Smith (21)

Yann Bonato (2)

Hugues Occansey (17)

Jim Deines (4)

Lee Johnson (19)

Daniel Haquet (-)

Georges Adams (5)

Jean-François Evert (10)

Arsène Ade-Mensah (3)

Laurent Foirest (5)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - Club Joventut de Badalona

73-86 (33-44)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 16-01-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 11.500

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Iztok Rems (SVN)

FOULED OUT: Herreros (40’) / R. Jofresa (40’)

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (21)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (8)

Alberto Herreros (19)

Rickie Winslow (17)

John Pinone (15)

Juan Antonio Orenga (12)

Pablo Martínez (-)

Juan Aísa (-)

Alfonso Reyes (2)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (12)

Jordi Villacampa (11)

Harold Pressley (21)

Corny Thompson (5)

Juanan Morales (11)

Tomás Jofresa (10)

Jordi Pardo (16)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Cibona - FC Barcelona

76-83 (41-43)

VENUE: Pabellón Municipal de Deportes (Puerto Real)

DATE: 23-01-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Paolo Zanon (ITA), Kostas Koromilas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Sobin (39’)

TOP SCORER: Ben Coleman (30)

[Incidents: Game played in Puerto Real (Spain) due to the outbreak of the Balkan War in Yugoslavia. For this reason, all the group games of KK Cibona as home team are also played in this Spanish city.]

KK Cibona (coach: Mirko Novosel)

Zdravko Radulović (26)

Vladan Alanović (-)

Veljko Mršić (3)

Goran Sobin (17)

Franjo Arapović (10)

Danko Cvjetičanin (4)

Ivan Sunara (10)

Andro Knego (6)

Dževad Alihodžić (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (12)

José Antonio Montero (4)

Lisard González (5)

Zoran Savić (26)

Ben Coleman (30)

José Luis Galilea (-)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (2)

Paco Zapata (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - Philips Olimpia Milano

75-81 (37-39)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 23-01-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.200

REFEREES: Philippe Leemann (SWI), Zdravko Kurilić (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Morales (34’) / Dawkins (36’)

TOP SCORER: Riccardo Pittis (24)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (2)

Jordi Villacampa (16)

Harold Pressley (18)

Corny Thompson (13)

Juanan Morales (2)

Tomás Jofresa (6)

Jordi Pardo (16)

Jordi Llorens (2)

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Andrea Blasi (10)

Antonello Riva (11)

Riccardo Pittis (24)

Johnny Rogers (13)

Darryl Dawkins (13)

Davide Pessina (10)

Piero Montecchi (-)

Marco Baldi (-)

Fabrizio Ambrassa (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Áris BC - CB Estudiantes

88-99 (42-49)

VENUE: Alexandrio Melathron (Thessaloníkê)

DATE: 23-01-1992 (22:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: Stefano Cazzaro (ITA), Kamen Toshev (BUL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Nikos Gallis (40)

Áris BC (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Nikos Gallis (40)

Vangelis Vourtzoumis (13)

Michalis Romanidis (-)

Igor Moraitis (8)

Miroslav Pecarski (22)

Kostas Baltatzis (5)

Theodosis Paralikas (-)

Memos Ioannou (-)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (14)

Alberto Herreros (22)

Rickie Winslow (11)

John Pinone (21)

Juan Antonio Orenga (16)

Pablo Martínez (5)

Juan Aísa (10)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Knorr Virtus Bologna - FC Barcelona

77-74 (42-41)

VENUE: Palasport di Piazza Azzarita (Bologna)

DATE: 30-01-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Mikhail Davidov (USSR), René Leegwater (NED)

FOULED OUT: Solozábal (40’)

TOP SCORER: Augusto Binelli (19), Zoran Savić (19)

[Incidents: The mythic Sports Palace of Virtus Bologna is usually known in Italy by the nickname “Il Madison” (after Madison Square Garden in New York).]

Knorr Virtus Bologna (coach: Ettore Messina)

Roberto Brunamonti (18)

Jure Zdovc (5)

Lauro Bon (13)

Bill Wennington (5)

Augusto Binelli (19)

Claudio Coldebella (10)

Roberto dalla Vecchia (-)

Massimiliano Romboli (-)

Roberto Cavallari (7)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

José Luis Galilea (1)

José Antonio Montero (13)

Lisard González (6)

Zoran Savić (19)

Ben Coleman (17)

Nacho Solozábal (4)

Roger Esteller (14)

Paco Zapata (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Áris BC - Club Joventut de Badalona

92-118 (32-49)

VENUE: Alexandrio Melathron (Thessaloníkê)

DATE: 30-01-1992 (22:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Bruno Duranti (ITA), Reuven Virovnik (ISR)

FOULED OUT: Baltatzis (37’), Vourtzoumis (37’)

TOP SCORER: Nikos Gallis (44)

Áris BC (coach: Lazaros Lešić)

Nikos Gallis (44)

Vangelis Vourtzoumis (15)

Michalis Romanidis (-)

Igor Moraitis (6)

Miroslav Pecarski (18)

Kostas Baltatzis (6)

Theodosis Paralikas (3)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (17)

Jordi Villacampa (28)

Harold Pressley (23)

Corny Thompson (6)

Juanan Morales (6)

Tomás Jofresa (18)

Jordi Pardo (12)

Carles Ruf (4)

Jordi Llorens (4)

Alfonso Albert (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - BV Commodore Den Helder

98-87 (49-41)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 30-01-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Angel Labov (BUL), Peter George (GER)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Alberto Herreros (35)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (7)

Alberto Herreros (35)

Rickie Winslow (24)

John Pinone (20)

Juan Antonio Orenga (4)

Pablo Martínez (2)

Juan Aísa (-)

Alfonso Reyes (6)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

BV Commodore Den Helder (coach: Ton Boot)

Marco de Waard (12)

Okke te Velde (26)

Tony Worrell (26)

Tico Cooper (10)

John Jerome (10)

Chris van Dinten (2)

Henk Pieterse (1)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - KK Slobodna Dalmacija Split

110-94 (54-44)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 6-02-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.755

REFEREES: Fabrice Saint-Aubert (FRA), Roger Ekström (SWE)

FOULED OUT: Montero (40’) / Lovrić (32’), Naglić (34’)

TOP SCORER: Ben Coleman (29)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (12)

Roger Esteller (11)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (21)

Zoran Savić (21)

Ben Coleman (29)

José Antonio Montero (11)

José Luis Galilea (-)

Paco Zapata (5)

KK Slobodna D. Split (coach: Nenad Amanović)

Michael Ray Richardson (17)

Ivan Kapov (6)

Velimir Perasović (28)

Aramis Naglić (17)

Žan Tabak (12)

Josip Lovrić (5)

Teo Čizmić (7)

Nenad Videka (-)

Josip Jerko Vranković (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Partizan - Club Joventut de Badalona

76-75 (43-43)

VENUE: Polideportivo Municipal “Fernando Martín” (Fuenlabrada)

DATE: 6-02-1992 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Colin Gerrard (ENG), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Đorđević (37’), Dragutinović (40’)

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (25)

[Incidents: Game played in Fuenlabrada (Spain) due to the outbreak of the Balkan War in Yugoslavia. For this reason, all the group games of KK Partizan as home team are also played in this Spanish city (in the outskirts of Madrid).]

KK Partizan (coach: Željko Obradović)

Aleksandar Đorđević (21)

Predrag Danilović (20)

Dragiša Šarić (-)

Slaviša Koprivica (6)

Željko Rebrača (-)

Ivo Nakić (11)

Zoran Stevanović (12)

Vladimir Dragutinović (6)

Nikola Lončar (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (17)

Jordi Villacampa (25)

Harold Pressley (12)

Corny Thompson (8)

Juanan Morales (-)

Tomás Jofresa (2)

Jordi Pardo (7)

Carles Ruf (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Racing Maes Pils Mechelen - CB Estudiantes

68-73 (43-42)

VENUE: Arena Deurne (Antwerpen)

DATE: 6-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Mikhail Davidov (USSR), Kamen Toshev (BUL)

FOULED OUT: Lenaerts

TOP SCORER: Bill Varner (25)

Racing Mech. (coach: Lucien van Kersschaever)

Daniel Herman (9)

Bill Varner (25)

Dirk Snyders (4)

Rik Samaey (4)

Eric Struelens (17)

Eddy Lenaerts (3)

Marc Deheneffe (2)

Dimitri Lambrecht (-)

Martin Haws (2)

Geert van den Bruel (2)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (7)

Alberto Herreros (17)

Rickie Winslow (21)

John Pinone (24)

Juan Antonio Orenga (4)

Pablo Martínez (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Kalev - FC Barcelona

86-90 (41-45)

VENUE: Kalev Hall (Tallinn)

DATE: 13-02-1992 (18:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: Leszek Rakoczy (POL), Ulf Öhrman (SWE)

FOULED OUT: Babenko (25’), Rumma (36’) / Epi (35’), Montero (40’)

TOP SCORER: Tiit Sokk (24)

KK Kalev (coach: Jaak Salumets)

Aivar Kuusmaa (18)

Tiit Sokk (24)

Andrus Nagel (21)

Ivo Saksakulm (3)

Sergei Babenko (10)

Rauno Pehka (7)

Aleksander Karavajev (1)

Indrek Rumma (2)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (15)

Roger Esteller (5)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (9)

Zoran Savić (17)

Ben Coleman (22)

José Antonio Montero (7)

José Luis Galilea (7)

Paco Zapata (8)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - BV Commodore Den Helder

96-66 (55-32)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 13-02-1992 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.800

REFEREES: Philippe Manassero (FRA), António Pimentel (POR)

FOULED OUT: Morales (35’) / Jerome (35’)

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (25)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (7)

Jordi Villacampa (25)

Harold Pressley (23)

Corny Thompson (13)

Juanan Morales (4)

Tomás Jofresa (8)

Jordi Pardo (12)

Carles Ruf (4)

Jordi Llorens (-)

Alfonso Albert (-)

BV Commodore Den Helder (coach: Ton Boot)

Cees van Rootselaar (9)

Okke te Velde (9)

Tony Worrell (13)

Tico Cooper (12)

John Jerome (8)

Henk Pieterse (10)

Marco de Waard (5)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Philips Olimpia Milano - CB Estudiantes

70-65 (33-32)

VENUE: Forum di Milanofiori (Assago)

DATE: 13-02-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Mikhail Grigorev (CIS), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

FOULED OUT: Dawkins (37’)

TOP SCORER: Antonello Riva (24)

[Incidents: Over the final buzzer, Aísa made a basket that turned the point difference between Philips and Estudiantes favorable to the Spanish team. Although the referees originally disallowed this shot as being converted out of time, FIBA commissioner Radomir Šaper confirmed that the two points counted, which enraged the Italian players and coach.]

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Piero Montecchi (-)

Antonello Riva (24)

Riccardo Pittis (23)

Johnny Rogers (12)

Darryl Dawkins (9)

Davide Pessina (2)

Andrea Blasi (-)

Fabrizio Ambrassa (-)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (3)

Alberto Herreros (19)

Rickie Winslow (19)

John Pinone (8)

Juan Antonio Orenga (10)

Pablo Martínez (1)

Juan Aísa (4)

Pedro Rodríguez (1)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Maccabi Elite SC

85-88 (39-38)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 20-02-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.839

REFEREES: Pierre Brys (BEL), Tiziano Zancanella (ITA)

FOULED OUT: Montero (38’)

TOP SCORER: Doron Jamchy (30)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (6)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (25)

Lisard González (-)

Zoran Savić (15)

Ben Coleman (23)

José Antonio Montero (8)

José Luis Galilea (4)

Paco Zapata (4)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (11)

Motti Daniel (6)

Doron Jamchy (30)

Mike Mitchell (23)

LaVon Mercer (4)

José Vargas (9)

Willie Sims (5)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen - Club Joventut de Badalona

88-84 (44-42)

VENUE: Wilhelm-Dopatka-Halle (Leverkusen)

DATE: 20-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.500

REFEREES: Mikhail Grigorev (CIS), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

FOULED OUT: R. Jofresa, T. Jofresa

TOP SCORER: Clinton Wheeler (34)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Clinton Wheeler (34)

Michael Koch (10)

Henning Harnisch (17)

Kannard Johnson (7)

Christian Welp (18)

Thomas Deuster (2)

Stephan Baeck (-)

Günther Behnke (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (7)

Jordi Villacampa (20)

Harold Pressley (11)

Corny Thompson (21)

Juanan Morales (13)

Tomás Jofresa (3)

Jordi Pardo (9)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - KK Partizan

75-72 (33-38)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 20-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.500

REFEREES: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Kostas Koromilas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Azofra (40’) / Đorđević, Dragutinović

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (27)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (6)

Alberto Herreros (11)

Rickie Winslow (27)

John Pinone (13)

Juan Antonio Orenga (13)

Pablo Martínez (2)

Juan Aísa (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (3)

KK Partizan (coach: Željko Obradović)

Aleksandar Đorđević (7)

Predrag Danilović (12)

Ivo Nakić (9)

Zoran Stevanović (5)

Slaviša Koprivica (18)

Dragiša Šarić (8)

Željko Rebrača (4)

Vladimir Dragutinović (9)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen

80-78 (41-46)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 26-02-1992 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Philippe Manassero (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Welp (40’)

TOP SCORER: Clinton Wheeler (25)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (-)

Alberto Herreros (23)

Rickie Winslow (13)

John Pinone (16)

Juan Antonio Orenga (14)

Pablo Martínez (14)

Juan Aísa (-)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (coach: Dirk Bauermann)

Clinton Wheeler (25)

Michael Koch (15)

Kannard Johnson (16)

Christian Welp (5)

Günther Behnke (-)

Stephan Baeck (12)

Moritz Kleine-Brockhoff (3)

Thomas Deuster (2)

Heimo Förster (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

SC Phonola Juventus Caserta - FC Barcelona

82-75 (39-41)

VENUE: Palamaggiò di Castel Morrone (Caserta)

DATE: 27-02-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Krzysztof Koralewski (POL), Robert Iliffe (ENG)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (27)

SC Phonola J. Caserta (coach: Franco Marcelletti)

Ferdinando Gentile (21)

Vincenzo Esposito (16)

Sandro dell’Agnello (11)

Massimiliano Rizzo (6)

Anthony Avent (13)

Sergio Donadoni (5)

Giacomantonio Tufano (2)

Alberto Brembilla (-)

Mychal Thompson (8)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (6)

José Antonio Montero (4)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (27)

Zoran Savić (21)

Ben Coleman (6)

José Luis Galilea (5)

Paco Zapata (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - Racing Maes Pils Mechelen

96-78 (39-39)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 27-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.200

REFEREES: Roger Ekström (SWE), Petr Sudek (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Snyders (37’), Struelens (40’)

TOP SCORER: Bill Varner (37)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (28)

Jordi Villacampa (6)

Jordi Pardo (6)

Corny Thompson (22)

Juanan Morales (7)

Tomás Jofresa (8)

Harold Pressley (17)

Jordi Llorens (2)

Racing Mech. (coach: Lucien van Kersschaever)

Daniel Herman (1)

Bill Varner (37)

Dirk Snyders (11)

Rik Samaey (4)

Eric Struelens (12)

Marc Deheneffe (13)

Eddy Lenaerts (-)

Daniel Frans (-)

Geert van den Bruel (-)

 

1/4 FINAL

Philips Olimpia Milano - FC Barcelona

2-0 (BEST OF 3 GAMES)

GAME 1

Philips Olimpia Milano - FC Barcelona 80-79 (38-36)

VENUE: Forum di Milanofiori (Assago)

DATE: 12-03-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.544

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), José Araújo (POR)

FOULED OUT: Montero (32’), Savić (40’), Coleman (40’)

TOP SCORER: Riccardo Pittis (18), Darryl Dawkins (18)

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Piero Montecchi (6)

Antonello Riva (13)

Riccardo Pittis (18)

Johnny Rogers (15)

Darryl Dawkins (18)

Davide Pessina (10)

Andrea Blasi (-)

Fabrizio Ambrassa (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

Nacho Solozábal (13)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (12)

Lisard González (-)

Zoran Savić (10)

Ben Coleman (15)

José Antonio Montero (10)

Andrés Jiménez (7)

José Luis Galilea (5)

Paco Zapata (7)

GAME 2

FC Barcelona - Philips Olimpia Milano 71-86 (27-35)

VENUE: Palau Sant Jordi (Barcelona)

DATE: 17-03-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 13.560

REFEREES: Todd Warnick (ISR), Zdravko Kurilić (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Coleman (34’), Montero (39’)

TOP SCORER: Riccardo Pittis (27)

FC Barcelona (coach: Manolo Flores)

José Antonio Montero (-)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (8)

Andrés Jiménez (5)

Zoran Savić (18)

Ben Coleman (12)

Nacho Solozábal (9)

Roger Esteller (-)

José Luis Galilea (13)

Paco Zapata (6)

Philips Olimpia Milano (coach: Mike d’Antoni)

Piero Montecchi (5)

Antonello Riva (26)

Riccardo Pittis (27)

Johnny Rogers (5)

Darryl Dawkins (12)

Davide Pessina (9)

Andrea Blasi (-)

Fabrizio Ambrassa (2)

 

1/4 FINAL

KK Cibona - Club Joventut de Badalona

0-2 (BEST OF 3 GAMES)

GAME 1

KK Cibona - Club Joventut de Badalona 68-73 (35-41)

VENUE: Košarkaški Centar “Cibona” (Zagreb)

DATE: 12-03-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Viliam Koller (CZE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (25)

[Incidents: Joventut was the first basketball team to play in Croatia after the outbreak of the Balkan War.]

KK Cibona (coach: Mirko Novosel)

Zdravko Radulović (11)

Danko Cvjetičanin (18)

Veljko Mršić (17)

Goran Sobin (6)

Franjo Arapović (6)

Andro Knego (3)

Vladan Alanović (7)

Zoran Čutura (-)

Ivan Sunara (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (2)

Jordi Villacampa (25)

Harold Pressley (13)

Corny Thompson (18)

Juanan Morales (13)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Ferrán Martínez (2)

GAME 2

Club Joventut de Badalona - KK Cibona 92-67 (57-38)

VENUE: Palau Olímpic (Badalona)

DATE: 17-03-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.250

REFEREES: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Roger Ekström (SWE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (29)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (2)

Jordi Villacampa (29)

Jordi Pardo (14)

Corny Thompson (27)

Juanan Morales (5)

Tomás Jofresa (11)

Carles Ruf (4)

Ferrán Martínez (-)

KK Cibona (coach: Mirko Novosel)

Zdravko Radulović (14)

Danko Cvjetičanin (15)

Veljko Mršić (14)

Goran Sobin (8)

Franjo Arapović (-)

Andro Knego (4)

Vladan Alanović (-)

Dževad Alihodžić (8)

Zoran Čutura (2)

Ivan Sunara (2)

 

1/4 FINAL

Maccabi Elite SC - CB Estudiantes

1-2 (BEST OF 3 GAMES)

GAME 1

Maccabi Elite SC - CB Estudiantes 98-97 (55-48;90-90)

VENUE: Yad Eliyahu (Tel-Aviv)

DATE: 12-03-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.000

REFEREES: Danko Radić (CRO), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

FOULED OUT: Orenga (35’), Pinone (43’)

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (28)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (17)

Doron Jamchy (25)

Nadav Henefeld (10)

Mike Mitchell (27)

José Vargas (13)

Motti Daniel (3)

LaVon Mercer (3)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Pablo Martínez (9)

Alberto Herreros (6)

Rickie Winslow (28)

John Pinone (14)

Juan Antonio Orenga (4)

Nacho Azofra (3)

Juan Aísa (20)

Alfonso Reyes (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (13)

GAME 2

CB Estudiantes - Maccabi Elite SC 98-74 (55-44)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 17-03-1992 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.500

REFEREES: Stefano Cazzaro (ITA), Christian Marzin (FRA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Alberto Herreros (23)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (11)

Alberto Herreros (23)

Rickie Winslow (22)

John Pinone (17)

Juan Antonio Orenga (10)

Pablo Martínez (12)

Juan Aísa (3)

Alfonso Reyes (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (-)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (20)

Doron Jamchy (11)

Nadav Henefeld (6)

Mike Mitchell (22)

José Vargas (8)

Motti Daniel (2)

Willie Sims (2)

LaVon Mercer (3)

Hen Lippin (-)

GAME 3

CB Estudiantes - Maccabi Elite SC 55-54 (28-30)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 19-03-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.500

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (CRO), Viliam Koller (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Pinone (36’)

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio Orenga (14)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (6)

Alberto Herreros (12)

Rickie Winslow (6)

John Pinone (6)

Juan Antonio Orenga (14)

Pablo Martínez (8)

Juan Aísa (3)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

Maccabi Elite SC (coach: Zvi Sherf)

Guy Goodes (11)

Motti Daniel (6)

Doron Jamchy (13)

Nadav Henefeld (5)

Mike Mitchell (12)

LaVon Mercer (-)

Willie Sims (-)

José Vargas (7)

 

 

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