KORAC CUP HISTORY

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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