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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS CUP 1968-1969

Play-Off bracket


CSKA Moscow 1968-69

Final: CSKA Moscow - Real Madrid 103-99 (Palau dels Esports, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, on April 24, 1969)

Winner: CSKA Moscow (USSR): Sergei Belov, Vladimir Andreev, Gennadi Volnov, Jaak Lipso, Alexander Sidjakin, Vadim Kapranov, Yuri Selikhov, Alexander Kulkov, Anatoli Astakhov, Oleg Borodin, Rudolf Nesterov, Nikolai Kovirkin, Nikolai Kruchkov, Anatoli Blik (Coach: Armenak Alachachian)

Runner-up: Real Madrid (Spain): Emiliano Rodríguez, Clifford Luyk, Wayne Brabender, Miles Aiken, Vicente Ramos, Lolo Sainz, José Ramón Ramos, Toncho Nava, Cristóbal Rodríguez, Carlos Sevillano, Vicente Paniagua, Ramón Guardiola, Rafael Rullan, Carmelo Cabrera, Jose Manuel Suero, Cesar Perera, Alberto Vinas (Coach: Pedro Ferrándiz)

Semifinals:
Real Madrid - Standard Liege 84-46 and 109-89
CSKA Moscow - Spartak ZJS Brno 101-66 and 83-92

Round of 16
ASVEL - Zadar 74-54 and 67-88
Gießen 46ers - Real Madrid 81-97 and 71-102
Honved - Standard Liege 70-55 and 76-108
Partizani Tirana - Oransoda Cantu 73-73 and 63-90
Vorwarts Leipzig - CSKA Moscow 54-66 and 72-75
Dinamo Bucuresti - Spartak ZJS Brno 100-85 and 69-96
ITU - Maccabi Tel Aviv 83-79 and 59-72
AEK - Academic 73-58 and 54-76

Group A
1. Real Madrid 3-0
2. CSKA Moscow 2-1
3. Zadar 1-2
4. Academic 0-3
Group B
1. Spartak ZJS Brno 6-3
2. Standard Liege 5-2
3. Oransoda Cantu 4-1
4. Maccabi Tel Aviv 3-0

First round
Hornets - ASVEL 76-81 and 47-113
Alvik - Gießen 46ers 60-61 and 62-88
Aldershot Warriors - Real Madrid 59-103 and 44-135
Tapion Honka - Standard Liege 76-81 and 82-99
Black Star Mersch - Oransoda Cantu 51-97 and 53-124
Flamingo's Haarlem - Vorwarts Leipzig 70-75 and 43-95
Engelmann Wien - Dinamo Bucuresti 88-75 and 57-85
ITU - Wisła Krakow 91-70 and 56-69
Lourenco Marques - AEK 77-89 and 84-118



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