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Play-Off bracket

Arvidas Sabonis was MVP of the final game
Real Madrid
 Arvydas Sabonis (222-C-64) (LTU)
 Joe Arlauckas (204-F-65) (USA)
 Jose Miguel Antunez (184-G-67)
 Ismael Santos (190-G-72)
 Jose Cargol (204-F-68)
 Jose Lasa (182-G-73)
 Jose Biriukov (BLR-ESP)
 Martin Ferrer (203-F-73)
 J Garcia Coll
 A Martin
 Head coach: Zelimir Obradovic (SRB)

In the summer of 1994, Zeljko Obradovic left Joventut due to financial reasons despite having won the European title in Tel Aviv. Real Madrid took the chance to sign the young coach everybody was talking about, owner already of two titles with two different teams: Partizan in 1992 and Joventut. The move proved providential for Madrid, since the Spaniards ended second in their group (9-5), only after Panathinaikos (10-4), and in front of CSKA Moscow and Scavolini, both with 9-5. In the other group, Limoges was first (10-4), Olympiakos second (9-5) Cibona and Buckler Virtus third and fourth (both 8-6). In the quarterfinals, only Real managed to sweep, beating Cibona 2-0, while Panathinaikos (vs. Buckler), Limoges (vs. Scavolini) and Olympiakos (vs. CSKA) each needed three games to advance. In the Final Four, played again in Zaragoza, Spain, Olympiakos won the Greek semifinal for the second year in a row, while Real Madrid did not have any problems downing Limoges. In the final there were no doubts: Real Madrid was ahead by 10 points at halftime (38-28) and maintained its clear lead until the end, 73-61. Arvydas Sabonis, in his third and last year with Real before going to the NBA, finaly won the European title that had escaped him at two previous finals: in 1986 with Zalgiris and in 1992 with Real Madrid. Now, the team which still has the most European titles, had its first title in 15 years.
 By Euroleague
 FINAL FOUR: Zaragoza, Spain
 FINAL: Real Madrid - Olympiakos 73-61 (38-28)
 Real: Sabonis 23, Arlauckas 16, Antunes 12, Santos 7, Garcia Coll 2; Cargol 6, Martin 6, Lasa 1
 Olympiakos: Volkov 15, Sigalas 10, Johnson 9, Tomic 3, Fassoulas 0; Nakic 15, Tarlac 7, Bakatsias 2
 THIRD PLACE: Panathinaikos - Limoges 91-77 (48-35)
 Panathinaikos: F. Alvertis 29, S. Vrankovic 19, K. Patavoukas 17, Z. Paspalj 15, M. Pecarski 6, C. Myriounis 5, I. Georgikopoulos, N. Ekonomou, I. Papagianis. Head coach: Eftimis Kioumourtzoglou
 Limoges: M. Young 24, T. Kempton 14, R. Dacoury 10, F. Forte 8, M. M'Bahia 6, G. Adams 6, J. Bilba 5, A. Sy 4, B. Croix, J. Verove. Head coach: Bozidar Maljkovic

Final Four MVP: Arvydas Sabonis of Real Madrid

 Real Madrid - Limoges 62-49 (27-19)
 Real: A. Sabonis 21, J. Arlauckas 12, JM. Antunez 8, I. Santos 7, J. Lasa 5, A. Martín 4, J. Cargol 3, J. García-Coll 2, J. Biriukov, M. Ferrer. Head coach: Zelimir Obradovic
 Limoges: T. Kempton 12, A. Sy 10, M. Young 9, F. Forte 5, M. M'Bahia 5, J. Bilba 4, J. Verove 2, R. Dacoury 2, B. Croix, G. Adams. Head coach: Bozidar Maljkovic
 Olympiakos Pireus - Panathinaikos 58-52 (27-29)
 Olympiakos: E. Johnson 27, G. Sigalas 10, P. Fassoulas 6, M. Tomic 5, D. Tarlac 5, A. Volkov 4, E. Bakatsias 1, A. Stamatis, A. Kambouris, F. Nakic. Head coach: Iannis Ioannidis
 Panathinaikos: Z. Paspalj 17, N. Ekonomou 12, S. Vrankovic 12, F. Alvertis 3, M. Pecarski 3, P. Yannakis 3, K. Patavoukas 2, I. Georgikopoulos, I. Papagianis. Head coach: Eftimis Kioumourtzoglou
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