2017–18 Alpe Adria Cup

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2017–18 Alpe Adria Cup
Competition details
Season 2017–18
Teams 16
Dates 15 September 2017 – 3 April 2018
Final positions
Champions Slovenia Zlatorog Laško
1st title
Runners-up Slovakia Levickí Patrioti

The 2017–18 Alpe Adria Cup, also known as Helios Alpe Adria Cup by sponsorship reasons,[1] is the third edition of Alpe Adria Cup. It started on 15 September 2017 and ended 3 April 2018.

Format[edit]

Sixteen teams from six countries joined the competition and were divided into four groups of four teams,[2] where the top two teams from each group will qualify for the quarterfinals.

Before the draw, Croatian club Zabok withdrew from the competition. It was replaced by Czech mmcité Brno.[2]

Regular season[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification ZLA USK VIE PRI
1 Slovenia Zlatorog Laško 6 4 2 504 451 +53 8 Advance to quarterfinals 83–62 107–80 98–80
2 Czech Republic USK Praha 6 3 3 486 433 +53 6 74–62 99–78 107–49
3 Austria Hallmann Vienna 6 3 3 427 433 −6 6 90–83 83–71 96–73
4 Slovakia Prievidza 6 2 4 345 445 −100 4 65–71 78–73 20–0

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification DEC KOR SEN KOM
1 Czech Republic Armex Děčín 6 4 2 487 460 +27 8 Advance to quarterfinals 80–72 98–80 84–70
2 Hungary Egis Körmend 6 4 2 475 464 +11 8 77–71 95–86 79–68
3 Slovenia Šentjur 6 2 4 495 509 −14 4 81–87 93–77 81–67
4 Slovakia Rieker Com-therm Komárno 6 2 4 436 460 −24 4 80–67 66–75 85–74

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification BRN SEN DUK OSI
1 Czech Republic mmcité Brno 6 4 2 480 420 +60 10 Advance to quarterfinals 95–79 78–49 73–53
2 Slovenia Šenčur 6 4 2 454 426 +28 10 78–73 75–58 80–59
3 Austria Klosterneuburg Dukes 6 2 4 413 456 −43 8 71–77 66–63 87–78
4 Croatia Vrijednosnice Osijek 6 2 4 440 485 −45 8 90–84 75–79 85–82

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification LEV HEL SLU GRA
1 Slovakia Levickí Patrioti 6 6 0 508 428 +80 12 Advance to quarterfinals 95–72 92–78 79–75
2 Slovenia Helios Suns 6 3 3 508 505 +3 9 74–81 85–78 93–80
3 Czech Republic Sluneta Ústí nad Labem 6 2 4 503 451 +52 8 69–72 112–83 93–44
4 Austria Raiffeissen Graz 6 1 5 393 528 −135 7 60–89 59–101 75–73

Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 2 played the second leg at home.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Egis Körmend Hungary 166–171 Slovenia Zlatorog Laško 85–82 81–89
USK Praha Czech Republic 159–151 Czech Republic Armex Děčín 78–68 81–83
Helios Suns Slovenia 104–145 Czech Republic mmcité Brno 64–67 40–78
Šenčur Slovenia 126–178 Slovakia Levickí Patrioti 63–77 63–101

Semifinals[edit]

Team 2 played the second leg at home.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Zlatorog Laško Slovenia 148–146 Czech Republic mmcité Brno 73–69 75–77
USK Praha Czech Republic 150–152 Slovakia Levickí Patrioti 76–73 74–79

Finals[edit]

Teams play the only match in Vienna on 3 April.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Levickí Patrioti Slovakia 79–89 Slovenia Zlatorog Laško

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HELIOS is new title sponsor of the Alpe Adria Cup". Alpe Adria Cup. 21 August 2017. Retrieved 15 September 2017. 
  2. ^ a b "Drawing for 2017/18 season completed". Alpe Adria Cup. 5 September 2017. Retrieved 15 September 2017. 

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