2021–22 EuroLeague

Sports season

Turkish Airlines EuroLeague 221
Season2021–22
Duration30 September 2021 – 8 April 2022
(Regular Season)
19 April 2022 – 4 May 2022 (Playoffs)
19 May 2022 – 21 May 2022 (Final Four)
Number of games283
Number of teams18 (15 after the suspension of the Russian teams due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine)
Regular season
Top seedSpain Barcelona
Season MVPSpain Nikola Mirotić
Final Four
ChampionsTurkey Anadolu Efes (2nd title)
  Runners-upSpain Real Madrid
Third placeSpain Barcelona
Fourth placeGreece Olympiacos
Final Four MVPSerbia Vasilije Micić
Statistical leaders
Index Rating Spain Nikola Mirotić 20.1
Points Serbia Vasilije Micić 18.2
Rebounds Greece Georgios Papagiannis 8.2
Assists Greece Nick Calathes 6.4
Records
Biggest home winFenerbahçe 80–41 UNICS
(14 October 2021)
Biggest away winBaskonia 60–88 Real Madrid
(25 November 2021)
Highest scoringBarcelona 111–109 UNICS
(22 December 2021)
Winning streak9 games
Barcelona
Real Madrid
Losing streak9 games
Žalgiris
Highest attendance15,092
Anadolu Efes 93–90 Real Madrid
(22 March 2022)
Lowest attendance0
officially five matches
All statistics correct as of 21 May 2022.
1 Sponsored league name, referring to Turkish Airlines.

The 2021–22 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague was the 22nd season of the modern era of the EuroLeague, and the 12th under the title sponsorship of the Turkish Airlines. Including the competition's previous incarnation as the FIBA Europe Champions Cup, this was the 65th season of the premier basketball competition for European men's clubs. The season started on 30 September 2021. The three Russian teams were suspended because of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. As the Russian invasion of Ukraine did not cease, the records of all regular season matches against Russian teams were annulled, and team win-loss records adjusted accordingly, dramatically affecting league standings.[1][2]

Anadolu Efes successfully defended last year's title after defeating Real Madrid in the championship game.

Team allocation

ALBA Berlin was awarded with a two-year wild card Turkish Airlines EuroLeague license.[3] Bayern Munich and LDLC ASVEL have received long-term licenses.[4]

Distribution

The following is the access list for this season.

Access list for 2021–22 EuroLeague
Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
Regular season
(18 teams)
  • 13 licensed clubs with a long-term licence
  • 5 associated clubs with an annual licence
    • 1 two-year wild card
    • 2 one-year wild cards
    • 2 EuroCup Finalists
Playoffs
(8 teams)
  • 8 highest-placed teams from the regular season
Final Four
(4 teams)
  • 4 series winners from the playoffs

Qualified teams

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:[4]

Qualified teams for 2021–22 EuroLeague
Licensed clubs
Spain Barcelona Greece Olympiacos Turkey Anadolu Efes Lithuania Žalgiris
Spain Baskonia Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe Russia CSKA Moscow
Spain Real Madrid Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv Italy Olimpia Milano Germany Bayern Munich
France ASVEL
Associated clubs
Germany ALBA Berlin (WC) France AS Monaco (EC)[Note FRA] Russia UNICS (EC) Serbia Crvena zvezda (WC)[5]
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg (WC)[6]
Notes
  1. ^
    France (FRA): AS Monaco is a club based in Monaco (which does not qualify for European competitions), but participate in European competitions through one of the berths for France (any coefficient points it earns count toward France).

Teams

Venues and locations

Team Home city Arena Capacity
Germany ALBA Berlin Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena 14,500[7]
Turkey Anadolu Efes Istanbul Sinan Erdem Dome 16,000[8]
Italy A|X Armani Exchange Milan Milan Mediolanum Forum 12,700[9]
Spain Barcelona Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 7,585[10]
Spain Bitci Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz Buesa Arena 15,504[11]
Germany Bayern Munich Munich Audi Dome 6,700[12]
Serbia Crvena zvezda mts Belgrade Štark Arena 18,386[13]
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall 8,000[14]
Russia CSKA Moscow Moscow Megasport Arena 13,344[15]
Turkey Fenerbahçe Beko Istanbul Ülker Sports and Event Hall 13,059[16]
France LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne Astroballe 5,556[17]
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv Tel Aviv Menora Mivtachim Arena 10,383[18]
France AS Monaco Monaco Salle Gaston Médecin 4,090
Greece Olympiacos Piraeus Peace and Friendship Stadium 11,640[19]
Greece Panathinaikos OPAP Athens OAKA Altion 18,989[20]
Spain Real Madrid Madrid WiZink Center 15,000[21]
Russia UNICS Kazan Basket-Hall Kazan 7,482
Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas Žalgirio arena 15,415[22]
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg Sibur Arena 7,120[23]
Yubileyny Sports Palace 7,044


Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Replaced with Date of appointment
Greece Panathinaikos Israel Oded Kattash Mutual consent 26 June 2021[24] Pre-season Greece Dimitrios Priftis 26 June 2021[24]
Russia UNICS Greece Dimitrios Priftis Signed by Panathinaikos 26 June 2021[24] Croatia Velimir Perasović 29 June 2021[25]
Turkey Fenerbahçe Serbia Igor Kokoškov Parted ways 27 July 2021[26] Serbia Aleksandar Đorđević 31 July 2021[27]
Germany ALBA Berlin Spain Aíto García Reneses Sabbatical 17 August 2021[28] Spain Israel González 17 August 2021[28]
Lithuania Žalgiris Austria Martin Schiller Sacked 8 October 2021[29] 18th (0–2) Slovenia Jure Zdovc 8 October 2021[29]
Spain Baskonia Montenegro Duško Ivanović Sacked 15 November 2021[30] 16th (3–6) Croatia Neven Spahija 15 November 2021[31]
France AS Monaco Montenegro Zvezdan Mitrović Mutual consent 13 December 2021[32] 14th (5–9) Serbia Saša Obradović 13 December 2021[33]
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv Greece Ioannis Sfairopoulos Sacked 15 February 2022[34] 12th (11–12) Israel Avi Even (interim) 15 February 2022[34]

Referees

A total of 72 Euroleague Basketball officials set to work on the 2021–22 season in EuroLeague and EuroCup:[35][36]

  • Albania Gentian Cici
  • Argentina Leandro Lezcano
  • Belgium Nick van den Broeck
  • Croatia Denis Hadžić
  • Croatia Josip Radojković
  • Croatia Luka Kardum
  • Croatia Sreten Radović
  • Croatia Tomislav Hordov
  • Czech Republic Robert Vyklický
  • Estonia Aare Halliko
  • Estonia Rain Peerandi
  • France Hugues Thépénier
  • France Joseph Bissang
  • France Maxime Boubert
  • France Mehdi Difallah
  • Germany Anne Panther
  • Germany Benjamin Barth
  • Germany Robert Lottermoser
  • Germany Steve Bittner
  • United Kingdom Eduard Udyanskyy
  • Greece Elias Koromilas
  • Greece Ioannis Foufis
  • Greece Vasileios Pitsilkas
  • Greece Vasiliki Tsaroucha
  • Israel Adar Peer
  • Israel Amit Balak
  • Israel Seffi Shemmesh
  • Italy Carmelo Paternicò
  • Italy Guido Giovannetti
  • Italy Luigi Lamonica
  • Italy Michele Rossi
  • Latvia Kristaps Konstantinovs
  • Latvia Oļegs Latiševs
  • Lithuania Artūras Šukys
  • Lithuania Gytis Vilius
  • Lithuania Jurgis Laurinavičius
  • Montenegro Igor Dragojević
  • Montenegro Miloš Koljenšić
  • Poland Jakub Zamojski
  • Poland Marcin Kowalski
  • Poland Piotr Pastusiak
  • Poland Tomasz Trawicki
  • Portugal Fernando Rocha
  • Portugal Sérgio Silva
  • Russia Artem Lavrukhin
  • Russia Stanislav Valeev
  • Serbia Ilija Belošević
  • Serbia Marko Juras
  • Serbia Milivoje Jovčić
  • Serbia Uroš Nikolić
  • Serbia Uroš Obrknežević
  • Slovenia Damir Javor
  • Slovenia Mario Majkić
  • Slovenia Matej Boltauzer
  • Slovenia Milan Nedović
  • Slovenia Saša Pukl
  • Slovenia Sašo Petek
  • Spain Benjamín Jiménez
  • Spain Carlos Cortés
  • Spain Carlos Peruga
  • Spain Daniel Hierrezuelo
  • Spain Emilio Pérez
  • Spain Jordi Aliaga
  • Spain Juan Carlos García
  • Spain Miguel Ángel Pérez
  • Sweden Saulius Račys
  • Switzerland Sébastien Clivaz
  • Turkey Emin Moğulkoç
  • Turkey Hüseyin Çelik
  • Turkey Sinan Isguder
  • Ukraine Borys Ryzhyk
  • Ukraine Mykola Ambrosov

Regular season

League table

Pos Team
  • v
  • t
  • e
Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1 Spain Barcelona 28 21 7 2275 2101 +174 Qualification to playoffs
2 Greece Olympiacos 28 19 9 2222 2045 +177
3 Italy A|X Armani Exchange Milan 28 19 9 2069 1992 +77
4 Spain Real Madrid 28 18 10 2181 2079 +102
5 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 28 17 11 2272 2209 +63
6 Turkey Anadolu Efes 28 16 12 2322 2221 +101
7 France AS Monaco 28 15 13 2311 2225 +86
8 Germany Bayern Munich 28 14 14 2123 2105 +18
9 Spain Bitci Baskonia 28 12 16 2116 2186 −70
10 Germany ALBA Berlin 28 12 16 2121 2239 −118
11 Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 28 12 16 2041 2089 −48
12 Turkey Fenerbahçe Beko 28 10 18 2051 2099 −48
13 Greece Panathinaikos OPAP 28 9 19 2089 2235 −146
14 France LDLC ASVEL 28 8 20 2036 2239 −203
15 Lithuania Žalgiris 28 8 20 2084 2249 −165
16 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 Excluded
17 Russia CSKA Moscow 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Russia UNICS 0 0 0 0 0 0
Source: EuroLeague
Rules for classification: All points scored in extra period(s) were not counted in the standings, nor for any tie-break situation.

Regulations

When more than two teams are tied, the ranking will be established taking into account the victories obtained in the games played only among them. Should the tie persist among some, but not all, of the teams, the ranking of the teams still tied will be determined by again taking into account the victories in the games played only among them, and repeating this same procedure until the tie is entirely resolved. If a tie persists, the ranking will be determined by the goal difference in favour and against in the games played only among the teams still tied.[37]

Results

Home \ Away BER EFS ASM AXM FCB BKN BAY CZV CSK FNB ASV MTA OLY PAO RMB UNK ZAL ZEN
ALBA Berlin 63–90 92–84 81–76 79–95 76–80 69–82 74–70 90–93 84–70 67–71 91–86 90–75 87–78 74–89 81–53 82–74 76–67
Anadolu Efes 87–77 98–77 77–83 93–95 87–72 81–76 84–83 96–100 84–79 78–72 109–77 88–69 82–81 93–90 71–68 94–60 79–90
AS Monaco 91–74 102–80 65–71 81–85 78–68 94–71 70–62 97–80 92–78 84–85 82–76 92–72 75–63 84–90 79–76 82–83 74–85
A|X Armani Exchange Milan 84–76 75–71 63–72 75–70 89–78 84–77 79–62 84–74 60–71 73–72 83–72 72–93 75–54 73–75 1 65–58 1
Barcelona 96–64 82–77 88–83 73–75 93–67 71–66 82–70 81–73 88–67 84–71 80–104 79–78 86–60 93–80 111–109 96–73 84–58
Bitci Baskonia 85–68 87–74 78–66 64–78 94–75 77–84 93–74 74–80 77–62 91–66 69–87 62–72 81–79 60–88 1 96–79 82–90
Bayern Munich 62–56 83–71 78–83 83–77 72–80 76–81 82–57 1 71–63 73–65 70–52 88–98 81–78 76–80 1 74–65 1
Crvena zvezda mts 63–78 93–85 80–91 57–63 69–76 86–83 81–78 1 74–69 73–67 84–77 81–76 81–48 65–62 78–98 73–61 76–80
CSKA Moscow 91–72 97–99 1 57–67 1 1 77–74 78–76 82–91 90–83 74–73 88–82 97–77 1 67–88 1 77–67
Fenerbahçe Beko 57–66 84–89 96–86 43–68 74–76 75–53 81–76 61–57 1 85–76 90–79 94–80 59–62 66–51 80–41 73–67 1
LDLC ASVEL 80–82 75–73 75–100 80–81 60–80 69–72 68–77 69–67 70–68 84–82 85–93 80–94 63–76 74–87 85–82 88–76 61–71
Maccabi Tel Aviv 87–78 78–92 95–84 75–58 85–68 94–93 69–68 63–75 84–75 85–76 94–73 84–69 77–73 75–74 74–85 76–62 1
Olympiacos 87–83 87–85 86–65 67–58 73–66 75–50 83–60 72–76 1 67–65 89–54 90–73 101–73 74–68 1 83–68 1
Panathinaikos OPAP 82–67 95–69 83–91 75–76 82–85 75–63 80–67 79–73 74–98 91–87 70–84 83–95 65–84 87–86 72–74 83–96 70–64
Real Madrid 87–64 82–69 94–86 92–88 68–86 89–74 88–97 79–67 71–65 70–69 70–58 72–70 75–67 88–65 85–68 95–82 85–64
UNICS 85–71 75–67 80–88 97–71 70–64 83–69 73–70 77–84 75–86 1 1 1 84–87 1 65–58 66–53 69–70
Žalgiris 71–79 71–85 98–107 70–74 91–84 72–68 73–75 103–98 51–73 86–75 68–72 78–94 73–84 76–69 68–47 67–76 64–70
Zenit Saint Petersburg 75–66 76–67 77–86 74–70 1 83–54 79–71 58–69 1 80–86 1 73–71 84–78 1 68–75 1 1
Source: EuroLeague
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.
Matches with lighter background shading were decided after overtime.

1Participation of Russian teams is suspended due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, in accordance with the decision of the Euroleague Commercial Assets (ECA) Shareholders Executive Board of 28 February.[38]

Playoffs

Playoffs series are best-of-five. The first team to win three games wins the series. A 2–2–1 format is used – teams with home-court advantage play games 1, 2, and 5 at home, while their opponents host games 3 and 4. Games 4 and 5 are only played if necessary. The four winning teams advance to the Final Four.

Series

Team 1 Series Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
Barcelona Spain 3–2 Germany Bayern Munich 77–67 75–90 75–66 52–59 81–72
Real Madrid Spain 3–0 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 84–74 95–66 87–76
Armani Exchange Milan Italy 1–3 Turkey Anadolu Efes 48–64 73–66 65–77 70–75
Olympiacos Greece 3–2 France AS Monaco 71–54 72–96 87–83 77–78 94–88

Final Four

The Final Four, held over a single weekend, is the last phase of the season. The four remaining teams play a single knockout round on Thursday evening, with the two winners advancing to the championship game. Saturday starts with the third-place game, followed by the championship game. The 2022 EuroLeague Final Four will be played at the Štark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia, on 19–21 May 2022.[39]

 
Championship game
 
      
 
19 May
 
 
Spain Barcelona83
 
21 May
 
Spain Real Madrid86
 
Spain Real Madrid57
 
19 May
 
Turkey Anadolu Efes58
 
Greece Olympiacos74
 
 
Turkey Anadolu Efes77
 
Third place game
 
 
21 May
 
 
Spain Barcelona84
 
 
Greece Olympiacos74

Awards

All official awards of the 2021–22 EuroLeague.

EuroLeague MVP

EuroLeague Final Four MVP

All-EuroLeague Teams

First Team [42] Second Team [43]
United States Mike James France AS Monaco Serbia Vladimir Lučić Germany Bayern Munich
Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona Serbia Vasilije Micić Turkey Anadolu Efes
Turkey Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes Denmark Shavon Shields Italy A|X Armani Exchange Milan
Cape Verde Edy Tavares Spain Real Madrid Greece Kostas Sloukas Greece Olympiacos
Bulgaria Sasha Vezenkov Greece Olympiacos Greece Georgios Papagiannis Greece Panathinaikos OPAP

Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy

Best Defender

Rising Star

MVP of the Round

Regular season
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1 United States Scottie Wilbekin Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 32 [47]
2 Georgia (country) Tornike Shengelia Russia CSKA Moscow 29 [48]
3 Georgia (country) Tornike Shengelia (2) Russia CSKA Moscow 37 [49]
4 Uganda Brandon Davies Spain Barcelona 38 [50]
5 United States Will Clyburn Russia CSKA Moscow 32 [51]
6 United States Daryl Macon Greece Panathinaikos 38 [52]
7 France Élie Okobo France LDLC ASVEL 37 [53]
8 United States Chris Jones France LDLC ASVEL 27 [54]
9 Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona 37 [55]
10 United States Scottie Wilbekin (2) Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 37 [56]
11 United States Lorenzo Brown Russia UNICS 31 [57]
12 France William Howard France LDLC ASVEL 33 [58]
13 Bulgaria Sasha Vezenkov Greece Olympiacos 36 [59]
14 Spain Nikola Mirotić (2) Spain Barcelona 39 [60]
15 United States Mike James France AS Monaco 31 [61]
Serbia Vasilije Micić Turkey Anadolu Efes
16 Turkey Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes 37 [62]
17 United States Wade Baldwin Spain Bitci Baskonia 33 [63]
18 United States Billy Baron Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 30 [64]
19 Turkey Shane Larkin (2) Turkey Anadolu Efes 30 [65]
20 Italy Daniel Hackett Russia CSKA Moscow 26 [66]
21 Italy Daniel Hackett (2) Russia CSKA Moscow 38 [67]
22 Croatia Ante Žižić Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 33 [68]
23 Serbia Nikola Milutinov Russia CSKA Moscow 28 [69]
24 United States James Nunnally Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 38 [70]
25 Serbia Nikola Milutinov (2) Russia CSKA Moscow 36 [71]
26 Argentina Nicolás Laprovíttola Spain Barcelona 27 [72]
27 Serbia Vasilije Micić (2) Turkey Anadolu Efes 30 [73]
28 Australia Dante Exum Spain Barcelona 31 [74]
29 Germany Maodo Lô Germany Alba Berlin 34 [75]
30 United States Wade Baldwin (2) Spain Bitci Baskonia 29 [76]
31 Serbia Vasilije Micić (3) Turkey Anadolu Efes 29 [77]
Cuba Howard Sant-Roos Greece Panathinaikos
32 Bulgaria Sasha Vezenkov (2) Greece Olympiacos 26 [78]
33 Turkey Shane Larkin (3) Turkey Anadolu Efes 36 [79]
34 Greece Georgios Papagiannis Greece Panathinaikos 31 [80]
Playoffs
Round Player Team PIR Ref.
1 Uganda Brandon Davies (2) Spain Barcelona 24 [81]
2 France Vincent Poirier Spain Real Madrid 31 [82]
3 Spain Nikola Mirotić (3) Spain Barcelona 31 [83]
4 Germany Tibor Pleiß Turkey Anadolu Efes 37 [84]
5 Argentina Nicolás Laprovíttola Spain Barcelona 30 [85]

MVP of the Month

Month Week Player Team Ref.
2021
October 1–7 Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona [86]
November 8–12 Cape Verde Edy Tavares Spain Real Madrid [87]
December 13–18 Spain Nikola Mirotić (2) Spain Barcelona [88]
2022
January 19–23 France Guerschon Yabusele Spain Real Madrid [89]
February 24–27 Bulgaria Sasha Vezenkov Greece Olympiacos [90]
March 28–33 United States Mike James France AS Monaco [91]
April 34–PO5 Turkey Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes [92]

Statistics

Individual statistics

Rating

Rank Name Team Games Rating PIR
1. Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona 38 765 20.1
2. Turkey Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes 39 728 18.7
3. Cape Verde Edy Tavares Spain Real Madrid 35 644 18.4

Source: EuroLeague

Points

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. Serbia Vasilije Micić Turkey Anadolu Efes 34 619 18.2
2. Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona 38 643 16.9
3. United States Mike James France AS Monaco 38 622 16.4

Source: EuroLeague

Rebounds

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. Greece Georgios Papagiannis Greece Panathinaikos 29 239 8.2
2. Cape Verde Edy Tavares Spain Real Madrid 35 264 7.5
3. Italy Nicolò Melli Italy A|X Armani Exchange Milan 32 214 6.7

Source: EuroLeague

Assists

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Greece Nick Calathes Spain Barcelona 29 185 6.4
2. United States Lorenzo Brown Russia UNICS 24 146 6.1
3. United States Mike James France AS Monaco 38 219 5.8

Source: EuroLeague

Blocks

Rank Name Team Games Blocks BPG
1. Greece Georgios Papagiannis Greece Panathinaikos 29 50 1.7
2. Cape Verde Edy Tavares Spain Real Madrid 35 60 1.7
3. United States Donta Hall France AS Monaco 35 39 1.1

Source: EuroLeague

Other statistics

Category Player Team Games Average
Steals United States John Brown Russia UNICS 25 2.8
Turnovers France Élie Okobo France LDLC ASVEL 27 3.1
Fouls drawn United States Mike James France AS Monaco 38 5.1
Minutes Turkey Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes 39 31:53
FT % United States Scottie Wilbekin Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 35 94.1%
2-Point % United States Donta Hall France AS Monaco 35 77.5%
3-Point % Italy Marco Spissu Russia UNICS 25 52.9%

Individual game highs

Category Player Team Statistic Opponent
Rating Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Barcelona 39 Spain Real Madrid (May 19, 2022)
Points United States Scottie Wilbekin Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 37 France AS Monaco (Nov 17, 2021)
Rebounds Greece Georgios Papagiannis Greece Panathinaikos 17 Russia UNICS (Nov 11, 2021)
Assists United States Mike James France AS Monaco 14 Lithuania Žalgiris (Dec 15, 2021)
Steals United States John Brown Russia UNICS 7 Spain Barcelona (Jan 20, 2022)
Blocks Four players 5

Team statistics

Category Team Average
Rating Turkey Anadolu Efes 93.9
Points France AS Monaco 83.4
Rebounds Spain Real Madrid 38.3
Assists Spain Barcelona 18.4
Steals Russia UNICS 9.4
Blocks Spain Real Madrid 3.3
Turnovers Germany ALBA Berlin 13.7
FT % Turkey Anadolu Efes 81.5%
2-Point % Greece Olympiacos 58.1%
3-Point % Spain Barcelona 40.1%

Attendances

As of 21 May 2022
Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Final Four in Belgrade 55,772 15,000 12,127 13,943 n/a
2 Turkey Anadolu Efes 190,023 15,121 5,218 11,876 n/a
3 Israel Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv 126,440 10,360 0 8,429 n/a
4 Lithuania Žalgiris 106,830 12,686 4,863 7,630 n/a
5 Greece Olympiacos 119,636 11,847 1,000 7,037 n/a
6 Spain Bitci Baskonia 96,391 8,218 5,426 6,885 n/a
7 Serbia Crvena zvezda mts 84,597 7,893 4,247 6,042 n/a
8 Spain Real Madrid 95,099 9,131 3,087 5,943 n/a
9 Turkey Fenerbahçe Beko 77,640 12,133 1,892 5,545 n/a
10 Spain Barcelona 87,972 7,444 3,049 5,174 n/a
11 Italy A|X Armani Exchange Milan 78,297 8,900 2,250 4,893 n/a
12 France LDLC ASVEL 59,327 5,461 2,000 4,237 n/a
13 Greece Panathinaikos OPAP 54,364 11,852 951 3,883 n/a
14 Germany ALBA Berlin 53,552 6,176 1,600 3,825 n/a
15 France AS Monaco 56,578 4,084 2,151 3,536 n/a
16 Germany Bayern Munich 42,782 6,500 0 2,673 n/a
League total 1,385,300 15,121 0 5,856 n/a

Source: Euroleague

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