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05.05.2010 - By Johannes Baier

Göttingen, winners of the 2010 edition of EuroChallenge, put themselves on the European map in their first year of international competition.

Long before they made it to the Final Four, which they organised in great fashion and finally won in a thrilling title game against Krasnye Krylia people were already talking about the team from central Germany for several reasons.

Statistical Leaders

SCOREBOARD

Enterprise BC Dynamo wins 141 - 112
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Amsterdam
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Enterprise BC Dynamo
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Valencia BC SAD wins 142 - 139
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Dexia Mons-Hainaut
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Valencia BC SAD
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Besiktas JK wins 169 - 155
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WBC Raiffeisen Wels
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Besiktas JK
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Panellinios wins 168 - 158
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VEF Riga
Game 1 - 19.10.2009
Panellinios
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Brose Baskets wins 128 - 129
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Brose Baskets
Game 1 - 21.10.2009
KK Buducnost
Game 1 - 21.10.2009
Bilbao Basket wins 153 - 150
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BC Donetsk
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Bilbao Basket
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Tercas Teramo wins 140 - 139
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Apoel
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Tercas Teramo
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Hapoel Jerusalem wins 169 - 162
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Roanne Basket
Game 1 - 20.10.2009
Hapoel Jerusalem
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PHOTO GALLERY

Amsterdam, NED
Deurne, BEL
Nicosia, CYP
Quakenbrück, GER
Balikesir, TUR
Minsk, BLR
Donetsk, UKR
Belgrade, SRB
Kyiv, UKR
Gravelines, FRA
Liege, BEL
Istanbul, TUR
Göttingen, GER
Bilbao, ESP
Bamberg, GER
's-Hertogenbosch, NED
Chalon-sur-Saone, FRA
Krasnoyarsk, RUS
Jerusalem, ISR
Nicosia, CYP
Yuzhny, UKR
Podgorica, MNE
Zagreb, CRO
Samara, RUS
Krasnodar, RUS
Aalst, BEL
Athens, GRE
Limassol, CYP
Roanne, FRA
Strasbourg, FRA
Tartu, EST
Teramo, ITA
Valencia, ESP
Riga, LAT