European Cup 1991-92

(From 10-09-1991 to 17-03-1992)

 

 

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)

 

 

SECOND ROUND

Pro-Specs EBBC - Real Madrid CF

169-190 (94-94 / 75-96)

FIRST LEG

Pro-Specs EBBC - Real Madrid CF 94-94 (43-56)

VENUE: Sporthal Maaspoort (Den Bosch)

DATE: 1-10-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Fabrice Saint-Aubert (FRA), Alan Crow (SCO)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Mark Simpson (31)

Pro-Specs EBBC (coach: Roy Leysner)

Frank Ardon (12)

Carl Lott (24)

Ronald Schilp (18)

Jos Kuipers (18)

Nathan Dijkstra (10)

Maurice Govers (4)

Marcel Huijbens (8)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Luis Llorente (8)

Chechu Biriukov (7)

Quique Villalobos (5)

Mark Simpson (31)

Antonio Martín (12)

José Miguel Antúnez (9)

Fernando Romay (4)

Pep Cargol (18)

SECOND LEG

Real Madrid CF - Pro-Specs EBBC 96-75 (47-35)

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

DATE: 8-10-1991 (18:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.000

REFEREES: Gordon Cole (ENG), José Araújo (POR)

FOULED OUT: Villalobos (24’), Biriukov (34’), Martín (37’) / Huijbens

TOP SCORER: Jos Kuipers (22)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Luis Llorente (16)

Chechu Biriukov (11)

Quique Villalobos (7)

Mark Simpson (21)

Antonio Martín (8)

José Miguel Antúnez (15)

Fernando Romay (2)

Pep Cargol (12)

Tomás González (-)

Ricardo Peral (4)

Pro-Specs EBBC (coach: Roy Leysner)

Frank Ardon (16)

Carl Lott (10)

Ronald Schilp (5)

Jos Kuipers (22)

Marcel Huijbens (12)

Maurice Govers (2)

Tanno Pieters (4)

Toine van Stiphout (2)

Sjoerd Jorritsma (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Hapoel Galil Elyon BC - Real Madrid CF

100-106 (48-52)

VENUE: Hapoel Arena (Kfar Blum Kibbutz, Kiryat Shmona)

DATE: 26-11-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Christian Marzin (FRA), Stelios Simeonidis (GRE)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Brad Leaf (28)

Hapoel Galil Elyon BC (coach: Muli Katzurin)

Amir Bino (5)

Brad Leaf (28)

Yoav Kadman (21)

Andrew Kennedy (21)

Mike Gibson (25)

Dror Collins (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (-)

Chechu Biriukov (19)

Mark Simpson (22)

Antonio Martín (23)

Ricky Brown (14)

José Luis Llorente (4)

Fernando Romay (-)

Quique Villalobos (8)

Pep Cargol (16)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - KK Smelt Olimpija

96-90 (54-47)

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

DATE: 3-12-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 700

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

FOULED OUT: Biriukov / Daneu, Đurišić

TOP SCORER: Mark Simpson (26)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (7)

Chechu Biriukov (18)

Mark Simpson (26)

Antonio Martín (17)

Ricky Brown (7)

José Luis Llorente (8)

Fernando Romay (2)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Pep Cargol (11)

KK Smelt Olimpija (coach: Zmago Sagadin)

Dušan Hauptman (20)

Peter Vilfan (25)

Roman Horvat (4)

Slavko Kotnik (23)

Žarko Đurišić (10)

Jaka Daneu (4)

Primož Bačar (2)

Darko Mirt (2)

Marijan Kraljevič (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - EB Pau-Orthez

79-83 (46-44)

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

DATE: 10-12-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

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

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Orlando Phillips (21)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (7)

Chechu Biriukov (10)

Pep Cargol (12)

Antonio Martín (20)

Ricky Brown (10)

José Luis Llorente (7)

Mark Simpson (13)

Quique Villalobos (-)

EB Pau-Orthez (coach: Michel Gómez)

Vincent Naulleau (5)

Didier Gadou (14)

Mike Jones (20)

Frédéric Domon (4)

Orlando Phillips (21)

Thierry Gadou (16)

Frédéric Fauthoux (3)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

SL Benfica - Real Madrid CF

75-78 (44-38)

VENUE: Palácio da Luz - Pavilhão Nº 1 (Lisboa)

DATE: 17-12-1991 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Christian Marzin (FRA), Erwin de Buck (BEL)

FOULED OUT: Guimarães / Biriukov (40’)

TOP SCORER: Jean-Jacques Conceição (31)

SL Benfica (coach: Mário Palma)

Pedro Miguel Neves (5)

Carlos Lisboa (18)

José Carlos Guimarães (17)

Jean-Jacques Conceição (31)

Mike Plowden (4)

Henrique Vieira (-)

Fernando Ferreira (-)

Artur Leiria (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (6)

Chechu Biriukov (13)

Mark Simpson (12)

Antonio Martín (23)

Ricky Brown (13)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Fernando Romay (-)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Pep Cargol (9)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Paniónios BC - Real Madrid CF

74-88 (33-48)

VENUE: Stádio Eirínis kai Filías (Peiraiás, Athína)

DATE: 7-01-1992 (21:05 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Christian Marzin (FRA), Tomislav Jovančić (YUG)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: John Hudson (30)

Paniónios BC (coach: Vlade Đurović)

Georgios Gasparis (12)

Georgios Bosganas (9)

Fanis Christodoulou (11)

John Hudson (30)

Predrag Benaček (4)

Georgios Doxakis (-)

Panagiotis Vallis (6)

Nikos Seretis (2)

Chris Christodoulou (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (14)

Chechu Biriukov (22)

Mark Simpson (9)

Pep Cargol (6)

Ricky Brown (21)

José Luis Llorente (6)

Fernando Romay (3)

Quique Villalobos (7)

Jonathan Ojeda (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - Hapoel Galil Elyon BC

94-81 (37-46)

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

DATE: 14-01-1992 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 800

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

FOULED OUT: Sheffer

TOP SCORER: Mark Simpson (25)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Miguel Antúnez (12)

Chechu Biriukov (18)

Mark Simpson (25)

Pep Cargol (6)

Ricky Brown (21)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Quique Villalobos (10)

Hapoel Galil Elyon BC (coach: Muli Katzurin)

Amir Bino (14)

Doron Sheffer (16)

Brad Leaf (21)

Nir Matalon (12)

Andrew Kennedy (15)

Ofir Kuchli (3)

Yoav Kadman (-)

Shay Dolinski (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Smelt Olimpija - Real Madrid CF

89-91 (37-44)

VENUE: Palasport (Gorizia)

DATE: 21-01-1992 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Philippe Manassero (FRA), Alojz Ceizel (CZE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Dušan Hauptman (31)

[Incidents: After Slovenia’s Declaration of Independence in the summer of 1991, KK Smelt Olimpija played all their group stage home games in Gorizia (Italy).]

KK Smelt Olimpija (coach: Zmago Sagadin)

Dušan Hauptman (31)

Peter Vilfan (13)

Roman Horvat (2)

Slavko Kotnik (18)

Žarko Đurišić (6)

Jaka Daneu (-)

Primož Bačar (-)

Darko Mirt (17)

Marijan Kraljevič (2)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Luis Llorente (13)

Chechu Biriukov (15)

Mark Simpson (21)

Antonio Martín (9)

Ricky Brown (26)

José Miguel Antúnez (2)

Fernando Romay (2)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Pep Cargol (3)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

EB Pau-Orthez - Real Madrid CF

90-96 (35-51)

VENUE: Palais des Sports (Pau)

DATE: 29-01-1992 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.500

REFEREES: Johannes Ennik (NED), Tiziano Zancanella (ITA)

FOULED OUT: D. Gadou

TOP SCORER: Mike Jones (39)

EB Pau-Orthez (coach: Michel Gómez)

Valéry Demory (11)

Didier Gadou (17)

Mike Jones (39)

Frédéric Domon (5)

Orlando Phillips (11)

Vincent Naulleau (-)

Thierry Gadou (7)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (17)

Chechu Biriukov (9)

Mark Simpson (7)

Antonio Martín (16)

Ricky Brown (30)

José Luis Llorente (3)

Fernando Romay (2)

Pep Cargol (12)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - SL Benfica

102-79 (49-35)

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

DATE: 4-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.500

REFEREES: Michael Trumpke (GER), Nikolaos Pitsilkas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: Cargol (27’)

TOP SCORER: Carlos Lisboa (28)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (12)

Chechu Biriukov (17)

Mark Simpson (18)

Pep Cargol (18)

Ricky Brown (12)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Antonio Martín (13)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Tomás González (-)

José María Silva (5)

SL Benfica (coach: Mário Palma)

Pedro Miguel Neves (16)

Carlos Lisboa (28)

José Carlos Guimarães (7)

Jean-Jacques Conceição (17)

Mike Plowden (2)

Henrique Vieira (-)

Fernando Ferreira (2)

Artur Leiria (2)

Artur Cruz (5)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - Paniónios BC

87-71 (40-43)

VENUE: Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva (Madrid)

DATE: 11-02-1992 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.000

REFEREES: Viliam Koller (CZE), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Seretis

TOP SCORER: Antonio Martín (25), John Hudson (25)

[Incidents: Since the Madrid Sport Palace was undergoing conditioning works in order to make it suitable for the “Memorial José María Cagigal” (athletic indoor competition) on February 14th, the game was moved to Real Madrid’s traditional home court.]

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (10)

Mark Simpson (19)

Pep Cargol (4)

Antonio Martín (25)

Ricky Brown (10)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Fernando Romay (10)

Quique Villalobos (4)

Tomás González (-)

José María Silva (3)

Paniónios BC (coach: Vlade Đurović)

Georgios Gasparis (9)

Chris Christodoulou (12)

Fanis Christodoulou (14)

Nikos Seretis (7)

John Hudson (25)

Georgios Doxakis (4)

Vasilis Kikilias (-)

Georgios Bosganas (-)

 

1/2 FINAL

Glaxo Scaligera Verona - Real Madrid CF

0-2 (BEST OF 3 GAMES)

GAME 1

Glaxo Scaligera Verona - Real Madrid CF 71-79 (46-42)

VENUE: Palasport di Verona (Verona)

DATE: 20-02-1992 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.000

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (CRO), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Savio, Schoene / Simpson

TOP SCORER: Chechu Biriukov (24)

Glaxo Scaligera Verona (coach: Mario Blasone)

Giampiero Savio (12)

Massimo Minto (8)

Paolo Moretti (10)

Russ Schoene (14)

Tim Kempton (23)

Sandro Brusamarello (4)

Alessandro Frosini (-)

Vittorio Gallinari (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (8)

Mark Simpson (21)

Pep Cargol (2)

Antonio Martín (8)

Ricky Brown (14)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Chechu Biriukov (24)

Fernando Romay (-)

GAME 2

Real Madrid CF - Glaxo Scaligera Verona 74-72 (35-38)

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

DATE: 25-02-1992 (19:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Alan Richardson (ENG), Iztok Rems (SVN)

FOULED OUT: Brown (32’), Martín / Schoene

TOP SCORER: Mark Simpson (23)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (6)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Mark Simpson (23)

Antonio Martín (5)

Ricky Brown (12)

José Luis Llorente (3)

Chechu Biriukov (13)

Fernando Romay (2)

Pep Cargol (10)

Glaxo Scaligera Verona (coach: Mario Blasone)

Giampiero Savio (10)

Massimo Minto (-)

Paolo Moretti (20)

Russ Schoene (17)

Tim Kempton (18)

Davide Bonora (7)

Vittorio Gallinari (-)

 

FINAL

Real Madrid CF - PAOK BC

65-63 (43-28)

VENUE: Palais des Sports de Beaulieu (Nantes)

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

ATTENDANCE: 5.400

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (CRO), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Branislav Prelević (29)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Clifford Luyk)

José Miguel Antúnez (2)

Chechu Biriukov (-)

Mark Simpson (24)

Antonio Martín (7)

Ricky Brown (18)

José Luis Llorente (6)

Fernando Romay (2)

Pep Cargol (6)

PAOK BC (coach: Dušan Ivković)

Nikos Boudouris (3)

Branislav Prelević (29)

Ken Barlow (5)

Panagiotis Papachronis (5)

Panagiotis Fassoulas (17)

Nikos Stavropoulos (-)

Nikos Filippou (4)

 

 

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