Korać Cup 1990-91

(From 26-09-1990 to 27-03-1991)

 

 

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)

 

 

FIRST ROUND

BG Charlottenburg - SD Caja de Ronda

162-145 (88-77 / 74-68)

FIRST LEG

BG Charlottenburg - SD Caja de Ronda 88-77 (50-39)

VENUE: Sömmeringhalle (Berlin)

DATE: 26-09-1990 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Stefano Cazzaro (ITA), Zdeněk Šantrůček (CZE)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: xxx (XX)

BG Charlottenburg (coach: Faruk Kulenović)

Zoran Radović (24)

John Dronsella (25)

Matthias Strauß (-)

Lutz Wadehn (8)

Calvin Oldham (20)

Lars Stinshoff (5)

Sven Meyer (6)

SD Caja de Ronda (coach: Mario Pesquera)

Fede Ramiro (14)

Luis Blanco (2)

Marc Iavaroni (21)

Hubie Henderson (15)

Gabi Campos (5)

Jordi Grau (18)

Josep Palacios (2)

SECOND LEG

SD Caja de Ronda - BG Charlottenburg 68-74 (30-42)

VENUE: Pabellón “Ciudad Jardín” (Málaga)

DATE: 3-10-1990 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA), José Araújo (POR)

FOULED OUT: Campos

TOP SCORER: Hubie Henderson (23)

SD Caja de Ronda (coach: Mario Pesquera)

Fede Ramiro (10)

Luis Blanco (11)

Marc Iavaroni (9)

Hubie Henderson (23)

Gabi Campos (4)

Jordi Grau (7)

Josep Palacios (4)

BG Charlottenburg (coach: Faruk Kulenović)

Zoran Radović (19)

John Dronsella (20)

Lutz Wadehn (14)

Calvin Oldham (9)

Sven Meyer (-)

Thomas Neiß (2)

Matthias Strauß (-)

Lars Stinshoff (10)

 

FIRST ROUND

Apóllon FC - CB Estudiantes

111-180 (55-82 / 56-98)

FIRST LEG

Apóllon FC - CB Estudiantes 55-82 (25-50)

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

DATE: 24-09-1990 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Gérard Senand (FRA), Valdemar Cabral (POR)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Alberto Herreros (28)

[Incidents: At the request of the Cypriot team, the first leg was played in Madrid.]

Apóllon FC (coach: xxx)

Sokratis Lamaris (-)

Georgios Makrygiorgis (7)

Christos Christodoulou (4)

xxx White (19)

xxx Mateen (25)

Charis Charalambous (-)

Loukas Antoniou (-)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (2)

Carlos Montes (20)

Alberto Herreros (28)

Pedro Rodríguez (6)

John Pinone (-)

José Miguel Antúnez (6)

Rickie Winslow (10)

Juan Antonio Orenga (6)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (4)

César Arranz (-)

SECOND LEG

CB Estudiantes - Apóllon FC 98-56 (55-25)

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

DATE: 26-10-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Gérard Senand (FRA), Valdemar Cabral (POR)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (22)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (3)

Alberto Herreros (11)

Rickie Winslow (22)

John Pinone (4)

César Arranz (14)

Nacho Azofra (4)

Carlos Montes (6)

Pedro Rodríguez (9)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (13)

Alfonso Reyes (12)

Apóllon FC (coach: xxx)

Sokratis Lamaris (9)

Georgios Makrygiorgis (4)

Christos Christodoulou (2)

xxx White (17)

xxx Mateen (20)

Charis Charalambous (4)

Loukas Antoniou (-)

Charis Achilleos (-)

xxx Ioannou (-)

 

1/16 FINAL

BK Citroën Klagenfurt - Real Madrid CF

110-192 (63-112 / 47-80)

FIRST LEG

BK Citroën Klagenfurt - Real Madrid CF 63-112 (38-49)

VENUE: Sporthalle St. Peter (Klagenfurt)

DATE: 24-10-1990 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.400

REFEREES: Alojz Ceizel (CZE), Dimităr Stanchev (BUL)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Pep Cargol (32)

BK Citroën Klagenfurt (coach: xxx)

Thomas Drumel (2)

Franci Volaj (18)

Pavel Polanec (8)

Georg Seidl (1)

Willi Mann (13)

Helmuth Anderwald (3)

Gernot Kiefer (9)

Hans-Jürgen Gutsche (7)

Gerhard Poschinger (2)

Gert Tschabuschnig (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Chechu Biriukov (17)

Carl Herrera (9)

Antonio Martín (18)

Stanley Roberts (6)

Ismael Santos (8)

Quique Villalobos (4)

Fernando Romay (9)

Pep Cargol (32)

Tomás González (4)

SECOND LEG

Real Madrid CF - BK Citroën Klagenfurt 80-47 (38-35)

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

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

ATTENDANCE: 1.000

REFEREES: Christian Altmeyer (FRA), Michel Zegwaard (NED)

FOULED OUT: Romay / Anderwald, Polanec, Seidl

TOP SCORER: Antonio Martín (21)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (8)

Quique Villalobos (10)

Pep Cargol (16)

Tomás González (3)

Stanley Roberts (9)

Ismael Santos (4)

Chechu Biriukov (-)

Antonio Martín (21)

Fernando Romay (9)

Ignacio Castellanos (-)

BK Citroën Klagenfurt (coach: xxx)

Thomas Drumel (-)

Franci Volaj (16)

Pavel Polanec (12)

Georg Seidl (2)

Willi Mann (8)

Helmuth Anderwald (2)

Gernot Kiefer (1)

Hans-Jürgen Gutsche (-)

Gerhard Poschinger (6)

Gerald Kohlmaier (-)

 

1/16 FINAL

CB Estudiantes - BCM Gravelines

145-144 (77-66 / 68-78)

FIRST LEG

CB Estudiantes - BCM Gravelines 77-66 (46-20)

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

DATE: 24-10-1990 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Pietro Tallone (ITA), Michael Howell (ENG)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Forrest McKenzie (29)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (5)

Alberto Herreros (26)

Rickie Winslow (17)

John Pinone (11)

Juan Antonio Orenga (12)

Nacho Azofra (6)

Carlos Montes (-)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

BCM Gravelines (coach: Jean Galle)

Frédéric Forte (8)

Olivier Garry (8)

Forrest McKenzie (29)

Sam Williams (5)

Georges Vestris (4)

Xavier Wallez (2)

Franck Vérove (2)

Olivier Bourgain (8)

SECOND LEG

BCM Gravelines - CB Estudiantes 78-68 (43-41)

VENUE: Sportica (Gravelines)

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

ATTENDANCE: 4.500

REFEREES: Ivica Jović (YUG), William Jones (WAL)

FOULED OUT: Bourgain (40’), Forte (40’) / Pinone (40’)

TOP SCORER: Forrest McKenzie (26), John Pinone (26)

BCM Gravelines (coach: Jean Galle)

Frédéric Forte (4)

Olivier Garry (5)

Forrest McKenzie (26)

Sam Williams (15)

Georges Vestris (8)

Xavier Wallez (11)

Olivier Bourgain (9)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (3)

Alberto Herreros (7)

Rickie Winslow (16)

John Pinone (26)

Juan Antonio Orenga (12)

Nacho Azofra (4)

Carlos Montes (-)

 

1/16 FINAL

Bellinzona Basket - Club Joventut de Badalona

164-242 (96-121 / 68-121)

FIRST LEG

Bellinzona Basket - Club Joventut de Badalona 96-121 (47-60)

VENUE: Palasport (Bellinzona)

DATE: 24-10-1990 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 400

REFEREES: Michael Trumpke (FRG), Sten Kruger Poulsen (DEN)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Willie White (32)

Bellinzona Basket (coach: xxx)

Willie White (32)

xxx Kellerhals (2)

Carlo Mascitelli (3)

Paolo Gregorio (7)

Todd Jadlow (43)

Christophe Zahno (2)

Felix Hug (3)

Franco Facchinetti (2)

Ivano dell’Acqua (2)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (11)

Jordi Villacampa (25)

Harold Pressley (19)

Ferrán Martínez (30)

Juanan Morales (6)

; Tomás Jofresa (5)

Corny Thompson (16)

Jordi Pardo (9)

SECOND LEG

Club Joventut de Badalona - Bellinzona Basket 121-68 (59-33)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

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

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Bart van de Graaf (NED), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Jordi Pardo (25)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (5)

Jordi Villacampa (15)

Harold Pressley (21)

Corny Thompson (3)

Ferrán Martínez (15)

Tomás Jofresa (13)

Jordi Pardo (25)

Juanan Morales (8)

Carles Ruf (13)

Ferrán López (3)

Bellinzona Basket (coach: xxx)

Willie White (22)

xxx Kellerhals (3)

Carlo Mascitelli (-)

Paolo Gregorio (2)

Todd Jadlow (22)

Christophe Zahno (7)

Felix Hug (6)

Franco Facchinetti (4)

Ivano dell’Acqua (-)

xxx Guggiari (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - BC Trane Castors Braine

106-80 (59-38)

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

DATE: 12-12-1990 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 600

REFEREES: David Turner (ENG), Pascal Dorizon (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Curry

TOP SCORER: Kerry Trotter (28)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (9)

Chechu Biriukov (20)

Carl Herrera (6)

Antonio Martín (22)

Stanley Roberts (22)

Ismael Santos (4)

Pep Cargol (14)

Tomás González (2)

José María Silva (7)

Trane Castors Braine (coach: Michel Voituron)

Bernard Tirtiaux (8)

Marc Deheneffe (6)

Kerry Trotter (28)

Tom Curry (10)

Tony Marion (20)

Jacques Stas (4)

Jean-Jacques Deheneffe (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - Ranger Pallacanestro Varese

109-69 (48-32)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

DATE: 11-12-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.500

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (YUG), Philippe Manassero (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Rusconi (34’)

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (25)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (10)

Jordi Villacampa (25)

Harold Pressley (17)

Corny Thompson (8)

Juanan Morales (10)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Jordi Pardo (23)

Ferrán Martínez (7)

Carles Ruf (9)

Ranger Varese (coach: Giancarlo Sacco)

Frank Johnson (9)

Anthony Bowie (9)

Francesco Vescovi (13)

Riccardo Caneva (4)

Stefano Rusconi (9)

Giuseppe Calavita (11)

Massimo Ferraiuolo (10)

Paolo Conti (2)

Andreas Brignoli (2)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

BC Sunair Oostende - CB Estudiantes

89-105 (44-56)

VENUE: Mr. V-Arena (Oostende)

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

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Bruno Gasperin (FRA)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: xxx (XX)

Sunair Oostende (coach: Tony van den Bosch)

xxx (XX)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

xxx (XX)

Alberto Herreros (28)

Rickie Winslow (28)

xxx (XX)

Juan Antonio Orenga (17)

xxx (XX)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - Panathinaïkós AO

88-65 (43-34)

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

DATE: 19-12-1990 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 300

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

FOULED OUT: González / Stergakos

TOP SCORER: Stanley Roberts (36)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (4)

Chechu Biriukov (18)

Pep Cargol (11)

Antonio Martín (10)

Stanley Roberts (36)

Ismael Santos (5)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Tomás González (2)

Panathinaïkós AO (coach: Christos Iordanidis)

Georgios Skropolithas (17)

Dinos Kalambakos (4)

Wayne Yearwood (3)

David Stergakos (12)

Antonio Davis (19)

Liveris Andritsos (10)

Argyris Papapetrou (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

GS Iraklís - Club Joventut de Badalona

70-91 (34-53)

VENUE: Alexandrio Melathron (Thessaloníkê)

DATE: 19-12-1990 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Mikhail Davidov (USSR), Peter Poiger (AUT)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (24)

[Incidents: The game was played in Áris’ homecourt because Iraklís area (Ivanofio) was undergoing construction works to increase its seating capacity.]

GS Iraklís (coach: Steve Giatzoglou)

Lefteris Kakiousis (1)

David Ingram (21)

Dimitris Papadopoulos (6)

xxx Rhodes (9)

Christos Tsekos (4)

Manthos Katsoulis (8)

Aris Cholopoulos (5)

Antonis Samaras (4)

Nikos Panagiotidis (2)

Vasilis Mantis (10)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (15)

Jordi Villacampa (24)

Harold Pressley (12)

Corny Thompson (16)

Juanan Morales (6)

Tomás Jofresa (6)

Jordi Pardo (8)

Carles Ruf (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Zadar - CB Estudiantes

105-95 (58-50)

VENUE: Dvorana “Jazine” (Zadar)

DATE: 19-12-1990 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: xxx (XXX), xxx (XXX)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Arijan Komazec (29)

KK Zadar (coach: Slavko Trninić)

Aleksandar Trifunović (2)

Arijan Komazec (29)

Dejan Bodiroga (16)

Stipe Šarlija (27)

Sven Ušić (6)

Darko Pahlić (10)

Petar Popović (13)

Ivica Obad (2)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (11)

Alberto Herreros (16)

Rickie Winslow (22)

John Pinone (27)

Juan Antonio Orenga (17)

Nacho Azofra (-)

Carlos Montes (2)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Clear Pallacanestro Cantù - Real Madrid CF

85-70 (40-37)

VENUE: Palasport Pianella (Cucciago)

DATE: 3-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Alojz Ceizel (CZE)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Stanley Roberts (25)

Clear Pallacanestro Cantù (coach: Fabrizio Frates)

Alberto Rossini (15)

Pace Mannion (20)

Giuseppe Bosa (11)

Davide Pessina (12)

Roosevelt Bouie (18)

Pierluigi Marzorati (-)

Andrea Gianolla (5)

Angelo Gilardi (4)

Silvano dal Seno (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (6)

Chechu Biriukov (18)

Pep Cargol (-)

Antonio Martín (18)

Stanley Roberts (25)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Carl Herrera (1)

Fernando Romay (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - FC Mulhouse Basket

88-45 (44-21)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

DATE: 2-01-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Keith Bruce (ENG), Henk Kleersnijder (NED)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (17)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (10)

Jordi Villacampa (12)

Harold Pressley (17)

Corny Thompson (12)

Juanan Morales (5)

Tomás Jofresa (2)

Jordi Pardo (15)

Ferrán Martínez (13)

Carles Ruf (2)

Mulhouse Basket (coach: Jean-Luc Monschau)

Christophe Soulé (-)

Al Wood (7)

Jean-Aimé Toupane (12)

Frédéric Monetti (4)

Curtis Kitchen (6)

Stéphane Lauvergne (12)

Laurent Étienne (2)

Jamel Benabid (2)

Christian Monschau (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - Paniónios GS

85-81 (45-46)

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

DATE: 2-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Luciano Baldini (ITA), José Araújo (POR)

FOULED OUT: Orenga, P. Rodríguez / Hougaz

TOP SCORER: John Hudson (28)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (13)

Carlos Montes (10)

Rickie Winslow (18)

John Pinone (12)

Juan Antonio Orenga (6)

Nacho Azofra (13)

Alberto Herreros (5)

Pedro Rodríguez (8)

César Arranz (-)

Paniónios GS (coach: Vlade Đurović)

Georgios Gasparis (17)

Chris Christodoulou (3)

Fanis Christodoulou (4)

John Hudson (28)

Predrag Benaček (22)

Georgios Bosganas (-)

Chris Hougaz (7)

Panagiotis Vallis (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

BC Trane Castors Braine - Real Madrid CF

84-95 (47-44)

VENUE: Salle “Gaston Reiff” (Braine-l'Alleud)

DATE: 9-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Fabrice Saint-Aubert (FRA), Fernand Hengel (LUX)

FOULED OUT: Curry

TOP SCORER: Kerry Trotter (37)

Trane Castors Braine (coach: Michel Voituron)

Jacques Stas (8)

Marc Deheneffe (21)

Kerry Trotter (37)

Tom Curry (6)

Tony Marion (8)

Bernard Tirtiaux (4)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

Ismael Santos (2)

Chechu Biriukov (17)

Pep Cargol (15)

Antonio Martín (34)

Stanley Roberts (9)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Quique Villalobos (9)

Fernando Romay (4)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Ranger Pallacanestro Varese - Club Joventut de Badalona

78-92 (37-45)

VENUE: Palazzetto dello Sport “Lino Oldrini” (Varese)

DATE: 9-01-1991 (20:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Colin Gerrard (ENG), Voja Vuković (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Vescovi, Conti, Rusconi, Calavita / Morales

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (28)

Ranger Varese (coach: Giancarlo Sacco)

Frank Johnson (4)

Anthony Bowie (27)

Francesco Vescovi (14)

Paolo Conti (10)

Stefano Rusconi (17)

Giuseppe Calavita (-)

Massimo Ferraiuolo (2)

Andreas Brignoli (4)

Andrea Meneghin (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (15)

Jordi Villacampa (28)

Harold Pressley (17)

Corny Thompson (14)

Juanan Morales (7)

Jordi Pardo (5)

Carles Ruf (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - BC Sunair Oostende

86-74 (50-39)

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

DATE: 9-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 400

REFEREES: Christian Marzin (FRA), Ryszard Trojanowski (POL)

FOULED OUT: White

TOP SCORER: Rory White (21)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (9)

Carlos Montes (11)

Rickie Winslow (16)

John Pinone (13)

Juan Antonio Orenga (12)

José Miguel Antúnez (13)

Alberto Herreros (10)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

César Arranz (2)

Sunair Oostende (coach: Tony van den Bosch)

Jean-Marc Jaumin (2)

Dexter Shouse (19)

Eddy Mens (2)

Rory White (21)

Philip Debaere (12)

Erik Cleymans (12)

Jean-Pierre Senecaut (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Panathinaïkós AO - Real Madrid CF

82-102 (41-62)

VENUE: Kleistó Gymnastírio Leofórou Alexándras “Táfos tou Indoú” (Athína)

DATE: 16-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Reinhard Bachmayer (AUT)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Carl Herrera (22)

Panathinaïkós AO (coach: Christos Iordanidis)

Georgios Skropolithas (14)

Liveris Andritsos (15)

xxx Plakourakis (7)

Argyris Papapetrou (21)

Antonio Davis (17)

Dinos Kalambakos (-)

Argyris Pedoulakis (8)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (6)

Chechu Biriukov (21)

Pep Cargol (19)

Antonio Martín (17)

Stanley Roberts (14)

Ismael Santos (-)

Carl Herrera (22)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Fernando Romay (1)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Club Joventut de Badalona - GS Iraklís

84-52 (43-26)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

DATE: 16-01-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Zoran Grbac (YUG)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Jordi Pardo (21)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (13)

Jordi Pardo (21)

Harold Pressley (14)

Corny Thompson (10)

Carles Ruf (14)

Tomás Jofresa (3)

Juanan Morales (7)

Óscar Alarcón (2)

Jordi Oms (-)

Miguel Ángel Luque (-)

GS Iraklís (coach: Steve Giatzoglou)

Lefteris Kakiousis (11)

Nikos Panagiotidis (4)

Aris Cholopoulos (8)

xxx Rhodes (19)

Christos Tsekos (6)

Kostas Chatzopoulos (4)

Antonis Samaras (-)

Vasilis Mantis (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

CB Estudiantes - KK Zadar

84-65 (42-28)

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

DATE: 16-01-1991 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.500

REFEREES: Bruno Duranti (ITA), Bart van de Graaf (NED)

FOULED OUT: Komazec (31’)

TOP SCORER: Arijan Komazec (20)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

Nacho Azofra (11)

Carlos Montes (19)

Rickie Winslow (4)

John Pinone (17)

Juan Antonio Orenga (10)

José Miguel Antúnez (3)

Alberto Herreros (18)

Pedro Rodríguez (2)

KK Zadar (coach: Slavko Trninić)

Aleksandar Trifunović (2)

Arijan Komazec (20)

Dejan Bodiroga (8)

Stipe Šarlija (12)

Sven Ušić (4)

Darko Pahlić (-)

Petar Popović (13)

Ivica Obad (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - Clear Pallacanestro Cantù

78-88 (35-45)

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

DATE: 23-01-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Peter Klingbiel (FRG), William Jones (WAL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Antonio Martín (25)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Chechu Biriukov (12)

Pep Cargol (-)

Antonio Martín (25)

Stanley Roberts (8)

Ismael Santos (12)

Carl Herrera (13)

Quique Villalobos (6)

Fernando Romay (-)

Clear Pallacanestro Cantù (coach: Fabrizio Frates)

Pierluigi Marzorati (7)

Pace Mannion (18)

Giuseppe Bosa (10)

Davide Pessina (20)

Roosevelt Bouie (2)

Alberto Rossini (11)

Andrea Gianolla (2)

Angelo Gilardi (12)

Silvano dal Seno (6)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Mulhouse Basket - Club Joventut de Badalona

73-68 (39-32)

VENUE: Palais des Sports (Mulhouse)

DATE: 23-01-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Eric de Neve (BEL)

FOULED OUT: R. Jofresa, Morales

TOP SCORER: Jordi Pardo (30)

Mulhouse Basket (coach: Jean-Luc Monschau)

Christophe Soulé (9)

Al Wood (17)

Jean-Aimé Toupane (11)

Frédéric Monetti (13)

Curtis Kitchen (9)

Stéphane Lauvergne (11)

Laurent Étienne (-)

Jamel Benabid (3)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (4)

Jordi Pardo (30)

Harold Pressley (18)

Corny Thompson (16)

Juanan Morales (-)

Ferrán Martínez (-)

Carles Ruf (-)

Ferrán López (-)

 

1/8 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Paniónios GS - CB Estudiantes

87-71 (38-37)

VENUE: Makis Liougas (Athína)

DATE: 23-01-1991 (21:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Angel Labov (BUL), Cosimo Corsa (ITA)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Rickie Winslow (22)

Paniónios GS (coach: Vlade Đurović)

Georgios Gasparis (13)

Georgios Bosganas (8)

Chris Christodoulou (9)

Fanis Christodoulou (19)

John Hudson (20)

Panagiotis Vallis (2)

Predrag Benaček (14)

Nikos Linardos (2)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (7)

Carlos Montes (1)

Rickie Winslow (22)

John Pinone (16)

Juan Antonio Orenga (7)

Nacho Azofra (2)

Alberto Herreros (11)

Pedro Rodríguez (5)

Juan Antonio Aguilar (-)

 

1/4 FINAL

SC Phonola Juventus Caserta - Real Madrid CF

150-153 (92-79 / 58-74)

FIRST LEG

SC Phonola Juventus Caserta - Real Madrid CF 92-79 (52-45)

VENUE: Palamaggiò di Castel Morrone (Caserta)

DATE: 6-02-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (YUG), Krzysztof Koralewski (POL)

FOULED OUT: xxx

TOP SCORER: Nando Gentile (37)

Phonola Caserta (coach: Franco Marcelletti)

Nando Gentile (37)

Vincenzo Esposito (17)

Sandro dell’Agnello (6)

Tellis Frank (5)

Charles Shackleford (22)

Massimiliano Rizzo (-)

Sergio Donadoni (5)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (10)

Chechu Biriukov (22)

Pep Cargol (13)

Antonio Martín (21)

Stanley Roberts (10)

Carl Herrera (3)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Fernando Romay (-)

SECOND LEG

Real Madrid CF - SC Phonola Juventus Caserta 74-58 (41-40)

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

DATE: 14-02-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.000

REFEREES: Stavros Douvis (GRE), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Nando Gentile (25)

[Incidents: Real Madrid qualified for the next round thanks to a Biriukov three-pointer over the final buzzer.]

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (11)

Chechu Biriukov (14)

Pep Cargol (9)

Antonio Martín (21)

Stanley Roberts (11)

Carl Herrera (5)

Quique Villalobos (3)

Fernando Romay (-)

Phonola Caserta (coach: Franco Marcelletti)

Nando Gentile (25)

Vincenzo Esposito (8)

Sergio Donadoni (2)

Tellis Frank (11)

Charles Shackleford (12)

Massimiliano Rizzo (-)

 

1/4 FINAL

Club Joventut de Badalona - CB Estudiantes

156-155 (93-79 / 63-76)

FIRST LEG

Club Joventut de Badalona - CB Estudiantes 93-79 (46-39)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

DATE: 6-02-1991 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.000

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Iztok Rems (YUG)

FOULED OUT: Villacampa (40’) / Montes (22’), Orenga (39’)

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (28)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (10)

Jordi Villacampa (23)

Harold Pressley (28)

Corny Thompson (17)

Ferrán Martínez (15)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Juanan Morales (-)

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (24)

Carlos Montes (5)

Rickie Winslow (6)

John Pinone (12)

Juan Antonio Orenga (7)

Nacho Azofra (-)

Alberto Herreros (25)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

SECOND LEG

CB Estudiantes - Club Joventut de Badalona 76-63 (46-28)

VENUE: Polideportivo “Antonio Magariños” (Madrid)

DATE: 13-02-1991 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: Stavros Douvis (GRE), Philippe Mailhabiau (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Antúnez (40’) / R. Jofresa (33’), Thompson (37’)

TOP SCORER: José Miguel Antúnez (20)

[Incidents: Estudiantes played the second leg in his old home court (Antonio Magariños Hall) because Madrid Sport Palace was undergoing conditioning works in order to make it suitable for the “Memorial José María Cagigal” (athletic indoor competition).]

CB Estudiantes (coach: Miguel Ángel Martín)

José Miguel Antúnez (20)

Carlos Montes (11)

Rickie Winslow (15)

John Pinone (17)

Juan Antonio Orenga (9)

Nacho Azofra (-)

Alberto Herreros (4)

Pedro Rodríguez (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (7)

Jordi Villacampa (6)

Harold Pressley (17)

Corny Thompson (4)

Ferrán Martínez (8)

Tomás Jofresa (8)

Jordi Pardo (13)

Carles Ruf (-)

 

1/2 FINAL

Real Madrid CF - Club Joventut de Badalona

151-149 (71-75 / 80-74)

FIRST LEG

Real Madrid CF - Club Joventut de Badalona 71-75 (36-37)

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

DATE: 27-02-1991 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.000

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

FOULED OUT: Roberts / R. Jofresa

TOP SCORER: Harold Pressley (19), Corny Thompson (19)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Wayne Brabender)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Chechu Biriukov (17)

Pep Cargol (15)

Antonio Martín (11)

Stanley Roberts (17)

Carl Herrera (6)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Fernando Romay (-)

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (7)

Jordi Villacampa (10)

Harold Pressley (19)

Corny Thompson (19)

Ferrán Martínez (11)

Tomás Jofresa (2)

Jordi Pardo (-)

Carles Ruf (7)

SECOND LEG

Club Joventut de Badalona - Real Madrid CF 74-80 (38-42)

VENUE: Pabellón del Joventut (Badalona)

DATE: 6-03-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Zdravko Kurilić (YUG), Christian Marzin (FRA)

FOULED OUT: Martín (38’)

TOP SCORER: Jordi Villacampa (29)

[Incidents: In minute 37’54’’, there was a power failure in the arena and the game was interrupted for 15 minutes.]

Club Joventut de Badalona (coach: Lolo Sáinz)

Rafael Jofresa (3)

Jordi Villacampa (29)

Harold Pressley (18)

Corny Thompson (19)

Ferrán Martínez (3)

Tomás Jofresa (-)

Carles Ruf (2)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Ignacio Pinedo)

Chechu Biriukov (13)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Pep Cargol (25)

Antonio Martín (11)

Stanley Roberts (10)

José Luis Llorente (9)

Carl Herrera (10)

Fernando Romay (-)

 

FINAL

Real Madrid CF - Clear Pallacanestro Cantù

164-168 (71-73 / 93-95)

FIRST LEG

Real Madrid CF - Clear Pallacanestro Cantù 71-73 (36-34)

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

DATE: 20-03-1991 (18:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.000

REFEREES: Zoran Grbac (YUG), Ulf Öhrman (SWE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Pace Mannion (33)

[Incidents: In minute 16’15’’, Real Madrid’s head coach, Ignacio Pinedo, suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized. Pinedo’s assistant coach, Ángel Jareño, replaced him for the rest of the game.]

Real Madrid CF (coach: Ignacio Pinedo)

José Luis Llorente (12)

Chechu Biriukov (18)

Carl Herrera (19)

Pep Cargol (-)

Stanley Roberts (16)

Fernando Romay (-)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Antonio Martín (6)

Clear Cantù (coach: Fabrizio Frates)

Pierluigi Marzorati (-)

Pace Mannion (33)

Giuseppe Bosa (13)

Davide Pessina (3)

Roosevelt Bouie (10)

Alberto Rossini (9)

Andrea Gianolla (-)

Angelo Gilardi (2)

Silvano dal Seno (3)

SECOND LEG

Clear Pallacanestro Cantù - Real Madrid CF 95-93 (37-45;77-79)

VENUE: Palasport Pianella (Cucciago)

DATE: 27-03-1991 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.500

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Carl Jungebrand (FIN)

FOULED OUT: Gianolla (41’) / Biriukov (40’), Roberts (43’), Martín (45’)

TOP SCORER: Pace Mannion (35)

[Incidents: The score at the end of regulation was 77-79, which equalled the +2 points victory of Clear in Madrid, so it was necessary to play an extra-time to decide the winner.]

Clear Cantù (coach: Fabrizio Frates)

Pierluigi Marzorati (-)

Pace Mannion (35)

Giuseppe Bosa (2)

Davide Pessina (21)

Roosevelt Bouie (29)

Alberto Rossini (-)

Andrea Gianolla (6)

Angelo Gilardi (-)

Silvano dal Seno (2)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Ángel Jareño)

José Luis Llorente (21)

Chechu Biriukov (7)

Carl Herrera (16)

Antonio Martín (15)

Stanley Roberts (18)

Ismael Santos (-)

Fernando Romay (3)

Quique Villalobos (6)

Pep Cargol (7)

 

 

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