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  1990-1991     Other seasons     1992-1993  
previously known as European Champions' Cup

Predrag Danilovic was MVP of the Finals

Partizan Belgrade 1991-1992
 Aleksander Djordjevic (188-G-67)
 Predrag Danilovic (202-G-70)
 Zoran Stevanovic (206-C-70)
 Slavisa Koprivica (205-F-68)
 Ivo Nakic (203-F/G-66)
 Zeljko Rebraca (212-C-72)
 Mladjan Silobad (208-C-71)
 Nikola Loncar (199-G-72)
 Vladimir Dragutinovic (192-G-67)
 D Saric
 Head coach: Zelimir Obradovic (SRB)

Partizan celebrating the title

For the 1991-92 season, FIBA changed the competition system to allow up to three teams from some countries into the top European competition. After two eliminatory rounds, 16 teams were divided into two groups of 8 teams each. Yugoslavia, at war with Croatia, was officially represented by Partizan of Belgrade and, curiously enough, two Croatian teams: Cibona of Zagreb and Slobodna Dalmacia of Split, the new name of three-time defending champion Jugoplastika. Barred by FIBA from playing at home, those three teams all chose Spain for their "home games". Group A featured newcomers Knorr Bologna and Phonola Caserta of Italy, Cibona, Olimpique Antibes of France and Kalev Talin of Estonia. In group B, some familiar faces like those of Philips, Partizan and Aris met newcomers Joventut and Estudiantes of Spain, and Maes Pils Malinas of Belgium. The teams which advanced to the quarterfinals were Knorr (10-4), Barcelona (10-4), Maccabi (10-4) and Cibona (9-5) from Group A, Joventut (11-3), Estudiantes (10-4), Philips (10-4) and Partizan (9-5) from Group B. Curiously, all the quarterfinal winners came from Group B, Philips and Joventut taking 2-0 sweeps against Barcelona and Cibona, respectively, while Partizan and Estudiantes needed three games to get rid of Knorr and Maccabi. At the Final Four, played in Istanbul from April 14 to 16, Partizan beat Philips for the third time in the season, while the Spanish duel was solved in favur of Joventut against Estudiantes. In the final, and against all odds, Partizan defeated the Catalan team by 71-70 with a memorable three-pointer on the buzzer by Sasha Djordjevic. The other heroe of the game was Predrag Danilovic, the best scorer of the final with 25 points.
 By Euroleague
 FINAL FOUR: Istanbul, Turkey
 FINAL: Partizan - Joventut Badalona 71-70
 Partizan: Djordjevic 23, Danilovic 25, Stevanovic 6, Koprivica 4, Nakic 5; Rebraca 0, Silobad 4, Loncar 2, Dragutinovic 2
 Joventut: Pressley 20, Villacampa 13, R.Jofresa 8, Morales 6, Thompson 5; T.Jofresa 18, Pardo 0, Ruf 0
 Finals MVP: Predrag Danilovic
 THIRD PLACE: Philips MIlan - Estudiantes Madrid 99-81
 Philips: J. Rogers 20, D. Dawkins 18, A. Riva 18, P. Montecchi 11, R. Pittis 10, Pessina 7, A. Blasi 6, F. Ambrassa 5, P. Alberti 2, M. Baldi 2. Head coach: Mike D'Antoni
 Estudiantes: R. Winslow 21, A. Herreros 16, A. Reyes 13, I. Azofra 11, J. Pinone 6, JA. Orenga 4, P. Martinez 3, J. Aisa 3, JA. Aguilar 2, P. Rodríguez 2. Head coach: Miguel Angel Martin

 Final Four MVP: Sasha Danilovic (Partizan)

 Partizan - Philips Milan 82-75
 Partizan: P. Danilovic 22, A. Djordjevic 21, S. Koprivica 14, M. Silobad 10, I. Nakic 5, Z. Rebraca 4, V. Dragutinovic 4, Z. Stevanovic 2, D. Saric, N. Loncar. Head coach: Zelimir Obradovic
 Philips: D. Dawkins 21, J. Rogers 19, A. Riva 14, R. Pittis 10, D. Pessina 4, P. Montecchi 4, F. Ambrassa 3, P. Alberti, A. Blasi, M. Baldi. Head coach: Mike D'Antoni
 Joventut Badalona - Estudiantes 91-69
 Joventut: J. Villacampa 28, R. Jofresa 16, H. Pressley 13, J. Pardo 11, T. Jofresa 10, C. Thompson 9, C. Ruf 4, JA. Morales, F. Martinez, J. Llorens. Head coach: Lolo Sainz
 Estudiantes: J. Pinone 18, R. Winslow 15, I. Azofra 14, A. Herreros 10, JA. Orenga 10, J. Aisa 2, P. Martinez, JA. Aguilar, A. Reyes, P. Rodríguez. Head coach: Miguel Angel Martin
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