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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS CUP 1963-1964

Play-Off bracket


Real Madrid 1963-64

Finals: Real Madrid - Spartak ZJS Brno 99-110 and 84-64

Winner: Real Madrid (Spain):
4. Ignacio San Martín (PG) (xxx)
5. José Ramón Durand Murias (F) (29-02-1940)
6. Julio Descartín Cristellys (PG) (1942)
7. Manuel “Lolo” Sáinz Márquez (PG) (28-08-1940)
9. Rafael Antonio Palmero Romero (F) (1945)
10. Emiliano Rodríguez Rodríguez (F) (10-06-1937)
11. Carlos Sevillano de la Cuerda (F) (5-11-1940)
12. William “Bill” Hanson (C) (xx-xx-1940)
13. Clifford Bruce Luyk (C) (28-06-1941)
14. Robert “Bob” Burgess (C) (1940)
15. José Manuel “Moncho” Monsalve Fernández (C) (1-1-45)
COACH: Joaquín Hernández Gallego (5-02-1933)

Runner-up: TJ Spartak ZJS Brno (Czechoslovakia): Frantisek Konvicka, Vladimir Pistelak, Zdenek Bobrovsky, Jan Bobrovsky, Zdenek Konecny, Frantisek Pokorny, Zdenek Vlk, Stanislav Milota, Tomas Jambor, Ivo Dubs, Martin Nuchalik, Cvrkal (Coach: Ivo Mrazek)

Semifinals:
OKK Beograd - Spartak ZJS Brno 103-94 and 75-85
Simmenthal Milano - Real Madrid 82-77 and 78-101

Quarterfinals
Steaua Bucuresti - Spartak ZJS Brno 94-92 and 75-104
Simmenthal Milano - Helsingin Kisa-Toverit 99-70 and 87-97
Legia Warsaw - Real Madrid 90-102 and 86-92
Automatically qualified to the semi finals: OKK Beograd

Round of 16
Helsingin Kisa-Toverit - Chemie Halle 75-64 and 64-65
Antwerpse - Simmenthal Milano 84-90 and 86-90
Galatasaray - Steaua Bucuresti 69-51 and 62-80 (Since the aggregate score after the two legs was tied, a tie-break was played in Bucuresti on 19 January 1964: Steaua Bucuresti - Galatasaray 57-56)
Benfica - Legia Warsaw 0-2 and 0-2 (Benfica withdrew before the first leg and Legia Warsaw received a forfeit (2-0) in both games)
Alemannia Aachen - Real Madrid 69-93 and 43-115
PUC - OKK Beograd 63-105 (PUC couldn't travel to Belgrade to play the first leg after all fights to the Yugoslavian capital were cancelled due to adverse weather. Later, FIBA decided that this tie should be played as a single game in Paris (16 January 1964))
Maccabi Tel Aviv - Spartak ZJS Brno 60-58 and 51-96

First round
Wiener - Spartak ZJS Brno 71-105 and 62-79
AEK - Galatasaray 73-66 and 68-88
Stade Francais Geneva - Chemie Halle 59-72 and 60-89
Alvik - Legia Warsaw 80-98 and 67-75
Celtic - Real Madrid 73-102 and 46-107
Etzella Ettelbruck - PUC 57-73 and 57-72
Academic - OKK Beograd 61-68 and 80-81
Alliance Casablanca - Antwerpse 54-73 and 62-104
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