1993 FIBA European League Final Four

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1993 FIBA European League Final Four
Tournament details
Arena Peace and Friendship Stadium
Piraeus,  Greece
Dates April 1993
Final positions
Champions France Limoges CSP (1st title)
Runners-up Italy Benetton Treviso
Third place Greece PAOK
Fourth place Spain Real Madrid Teka
Awards and statistics
MVP Croatia Toni Kukoč
1992
1994

The 1993 FIBA European League Final Four, or 1993 FIBA EuroLeague Final Four, was the 1992–93 season's FIBA European League Final Four tournament, organized by FIBA Europe.

Limoges CSP won its first title, after defeating Benetton Treviso in the final game. It was the first time a French team was the European champion.

Bracket[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
Greece PAOK 77
 
 
 
Italy Benetton Treviso79
 
Italy Benetton Treviso55
 
 
 
France Limoges CSP59
 
Spain Real Madrid Teka52
 
 
France Limoges CSP62
 
Third place
 
 
 
 
 
Spain Real Madrid Teka70
 
 
Greece PAOK76

Semifinals[edit]

Real Madrid Teka – Limoges CSP[edit]

13 April 1993
Real Madrid Teka Spain 52–62 France Limoges CSP
Scoring by quarter: 26–36, 26–26
Pts: Sabonis 19
Rebs: Brown, Sabonis 10
Asts: Lasa 5
Pts: Young 20
Rebs: Young 7
Asts: Bilba, Zdovc 3

PAOK – Benetton Treviso[edit]

13 April 1993
21:15
PAOK Greece 77–79 Italy Benetton Treviso
Scoring by quarter: 51–45, 26–34
Pts: Prelević 21
Rebs: Levingston 12
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Rusconi 23
Rebs: Kukoč 8
Asts: Kukoč 10
Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 15,000
Referees: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Iztok Rems (SLO)

Third place game[edit]

15 April 1993
19:00
Real Madrid Teka Spain 70–76 Greece PAOK
Scoring by quarter: 38–46, 32–30
Pts: Biriukov 15
Rebs: Sabonis 18
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Barlow 20
Rebs: Fasoulas 14
Asts: Korfas, Prelević 3
Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Reuven Virovnik (ISR), Roger Ekström (SWE)

Final[edit]

15 April 1993
21:15
Benetton Treviso Italy 55–59 France Limoges CSP
Scoring by quarter: 28–22, 27–37
Pts: Teagle 19
Rebs: Rusconi 15
Asts: Kukoč, Mian 3
Pts: Young 18
Rebs: Redden 10
Asts: Zdovc 3
Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Wieslaw Zych (POL), Iztok Rems (SLO)
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Benetton Treviso jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Benetton Treviso
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Limoges CSP jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Limoges CSP
Starters: P R A
PG
4
Italy Marco Mian 5 3 3
SG
11
United States Terry Teagle 19 4 0
SF
7
Croatia Toni Kukoč 14 5 3
PF
12
Italy Alberto Vianini 2 3 0
C
15
Italy Stefano Rusconi 13 15 0
Reserves: P R A
PG
6
Italy Massimo Iacopini 2 4 0
C
10
Italy Nino Pellacani 0 3 0
SG
13
Italy Germán Scarone 0 0 0
Head coach:
Croatia Petar Skansi
1992–93 FIBA European League
Champions
France
Limoges CSP
1st title
Starters: P R A
PG
9
Slovenia Jure Zdovc 9 1 3
SG
5
France Jimmy Vérove 3 2 0
SF
8
United States Michael Young 18 7 1
PF
14
France Jim Bilba 15 8 0
C
15
France Willie Redden 6 10 1
Reserves: P R A
PG
4
France Frédéric Forte 4 1 2
PF
7
France Richard Dacoury 3 4 0
C
13
France Franck Butter 1 4 1
Head coach:
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Božidar Maljković

Awards[edit]

FIBA European League Final Four MVP[edit]

FIBA European League Finals Top Scorer[edit]

FIBA European League All-Final Four Team[edit]

FIBA European League All-Final Four Team
Player Team Ref.
Greece John Korfas PAOK [1]
Slovenia Jure Zdovc Limoges
Croatia Toni Kukoč (MVP) Treviso
United States Cliff Levingston PAOK
Italy Stefano Rusconi Treviso

References[edit]

External links[edit]