The Korac Cup

Named in honour of Radivoj Korac, the Yugoslav star who died in an automobile accident in 1969, the Korac Cup began in 1971.

Over its 30-year history, the competition featured some of the biggest names in European basketball, from Drazen Petrovic to Carlton Myers.

 

 

KORAC CUP ALL-TIME WINNERS

 

YEAR WINNERS RUNNERS UP RESULTS                 VENUE  
1972 Lokomotiva Zagreb (YUG) O.K.K. Belgrade (YUG) 71-83 (38-40) Belgrade (YUG)
94-73 (40-48) Zagreb (YUG)
1973 S.P.Birra Forst Cantú (ITA) B.K. Maes Pils Mechelen (BEL) 106-75 (51-39) Cantú (ITA)
85-94 (48-48) Mechelen (BEL)
1974 S.P.Birra Forst Cantú (ITA) KK Partizan Belgrade (YUG) 99-86 (49-44) Cantú (ITA)
75-68 (38-38) Belgrade (YUG)
1975 S.P.Birra Forst Cantú (ITA) F.C. Barcelona (ESP) 71-69 (42-34) Barcelona (ESP)
110-85 (63-44) Cantú (ITA)
1976 KK Jugoplastika Split (YUG) S.C.Chinamartini Turin (ITA) 97-84 (48-45) Split (YUG)
82-82 (36-38) Turin (ITA)
1977 KK Jugoplastika Split (YUG) SG Fortitudo Alco Bologna (ITA) 87-84 (44-41) Geneva (SUI)
1978 KK Partizan Belgrade (YUG) KK Bosna Sarajevo (YUG) 117-110 (47-45) OT Banja Luka (YUG)
(101-101 at end of reg.)
1979 KK Partizan Belgrade (YUG) AMG Seb.Arrigoni Rieti (ITA) 108-98 (54-54) Belgrade (YUG)
1980 AMG Seb.Arrigoni Rieti (ITA) KK Cibona Zagreb (YUG) 76-71 (35-40) Liège (BEL)
1981 Joventut Badalona (ESP) Pall.Carrera Venice (ITA) 105-104 (48-42) OT Barcelona (ESP)
(92-92 at end of reg.)
1982 Limoges C.S.P. (FRA) KK Sibenka Sibenik (YUG) 90-84 (46-49) Padova (ITA)
1983 Limoges C.S.P.  (FRA) KK Sibenka Sibenik (YUG) 94-86 (45-42) Berlin (GER)
1984 Elan Béarnais Orthez (FRA) KK Crvena Zvezda Belgrade (YUG) 97-73 (49-34) Paris (FRA)
1985 P.Olimpia Simac Milan (ITA) Ciao Crem Varese (ITA) 91-78 (41-33) Brussel (BEL)
1986 Vir. Banco di Roma (ITA) S.C. Juventus Caserta 84-78 (45-33 Caserta (ITA)
73-72 (43-41) Roma (ITA)
1987 F.C. Barcelona (ESP)  CSP Limoges (FRA) 106-85 (66-39) Barcelona (ESP)
97-86 (44-39) Limoges (FRA)
1988 Real Madrid (ESP) KK Cibona (YUG) 102-89 (53-46) Madrid (ESP)
93-94 (37-44) Zagreb (YUG)
1989 KK Partizan Belgrade (YUG) Wiwa Vismara Cantu (ITA) 76-89 (35-45) Cantu (ITA)
101-82 (55-43) Belgrade (YUG)
1990 Joventut Badalana (ESP) Scavolini Pesaro (ITA) 99-98 (52-53) Pesaro (ITA)
96-86 (39-36) Badalona (ESP)
1991 Shampoo Clear Cantu (ITA) Real Madrid (ESP) 73-71 (34-36) Madrid (ESP)
95-93 (37-45) OT Cantu (ITA)
(77-79 at end of reg.)
1992 Vir. Messaggero Rome (ITA) Scavolini Pesaro (ITA) 94-94 (51-60) Rome (ITA)
99-86 (43-40) Pesaro (ITA)
1993 Phillips Milan (ITA) Virtus Rome (ITA) 95-90 (36-40) Rome (ITA)
106-91 (62-42) Milan (ITA)
1994 PAOK Thessaoloniki (GRE) Pall. Trieste (ITA) 75-66 (35-28) Thessaloniki (GRE)
100-91 (46-44) Trieste (ITA)
1995 ALBA Berlin (GER) Stefanel Milan (ITA) 87-87 (42-45) Milan (ITA)
85-79 (47-48) Berlin (GER)
1996 Efes Pilsen (TUR) Stefanel Milan (ITA) 76-68 (40-32) Istanbul (TUR)
70-77 (32-34) Milan (ITA)
1997 Aris Thessaloniki (GRE) Tofas Bursa (TUR) 66-77 (27-38) Bursa (TUR)
70-88 (34-37) Thessaloniki (GRE)
1998 Riello Basket Verona (ITA) Crvena Zvezda (YUG) 68-74 (43-38) Verona (ITA)
64-73 (29-32) Belgrade (YUG)
1999 FC Barcelona (ESP) Addeco Estudiantes Madrid (ESP) 77-93 (42-39) Marid (ESP)
97-70 (43-22) Barcelona (ESP)
2000 Limoges (FRA) UNICAJA Malaga (ESP) 80-58 (43-29) Limoges (FRA)
51-60 (42-39) Malaga (ESP)
2001 UNICAJA Malaga (ESP) KK Hemofarm (YUG) 77-47 (45-27) Malaga (ESP)
71-69 (42-38) Vrsac (YUG)
2002 SLUC Basket Nancy (FRA) Lokomotiv Rostov-on-Don (RUS) 98-72 (48-32) Nancy (FRA)
74-95 (33-39) Rostov-on-Don (RUS)

 


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