|Power forward Milan Macvan led Partizan to victory in the deciding third game of the finals with 19 points and eight rebounds|
Partizan remained the kings of Serbian basketball on Friday night by beating Belgrade rivals Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) 86-82.
The triumph sealed a 3-1 triumph in the A League play-off finals.
Milan Macvan had 19 points and eight rebounds to lead Vlade Jovanovic's team to victory.
Crvena Zvezda came oh so close to forcing a deciding fifth game.
Petar Popovic, who had 22 points, scored in the last minute for the hosts to tie the game at 80-80.
Crvena Zvezda then fouled Miroslav Raduljica, and the big center made them pay by sinking both free-throws.
A basket by Macvan and two free-throws by Vladimir Lucic sealed the victory for Partizan, who clinched their 11th consecutive domestic title.
Partizan had finished first in the A League Stage Two with 12 wins from their 14 games ahead of Radnicki, with Crvena Zvezda third.
Crvena Zvezda then upset Radnicki 2-1 in the play-off semi-finals to reach the title series.
Partizan, after overcoming Vojvodina 2-0 in their play-off clash, won Game 1 of the finals, 92-83, only for Crvena Zvezda to hit back and level the series with a 68-56 victory in Game 2.
Partizan again, playing Game 3 at home, went back on top 2-1 in the series with a 78-72 triumph.
In Game 4, Jovanovic's side held its nerve.
They went to the line often and took advantage, hitting 25 of 28 attempts.