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2010 Euroleague Final Four

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2010 Euroleague Final Four
Euroleague F4 2010.jpg
Season 2009–10 Euroleague
Tournament details
Arena Paris-Bercy
Paris, France
Dates May 7 – May 9, 2010
Final positions
Champions Spain FC Barcelona (2nd title)
Runners-up Greece Olympiacos
Third place Russia CSKA Moscow
Fourth place Serbia Partizan
Awards and statistics
MVP Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
2009
2011

The 2010 Euroleague Final Four was the concluding EuroLeague Final Four tournament that determined the winner of the 2009–10 Euroleague season. It was held at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France on May 7 and 9, 2010. The contestants were four former EuroLeague champions, and three of the previous year's EuroLeague Final Four teams CSKA Moscow, Olympiacos, Regal FC Barcelona, plus new entry Partizan Belgrade. Barcelona won their second EuroLeague crown, beating Olympiacos 86–68, in the final.

Venue

The Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, often abbreviated as POPB or Bercy, is an indoor sports arena in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, France. Opened in 1984, and with a seating capacity of 15,603, it had hosted three EuroLeague Final Fours before 2010, in 1991, 1996, and 2000.

Bracket

Semifinals
May 7
Final
May 9
  Spain Regal FC Barcelona  64  
  Russia CSKA Moscow  54  
 
      Spain Regal FC Barcelona  86
    Greece Olympiacos  68
Third place
  Serbia Partizan  80   Russia CSKA Moscow   90
  Greece Olympiacos  83     Serbia Partizan   88

Semifinals

All times are in Central European Summer Time.

Semifinal 1

7 May 2010
18:00
Regal FC Barcelona Spain 64–54 Russia CSKA Moscow
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 17–10, 18–20, 17–13
Pts: Vázquez 11
Rebs: Lorbek 9
Asts: Rubio 8
Pts: Šiškauskas 19
Rebs: Kaun 10
Asts: Šiškauskas 5
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
Attendance: 14,768
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Christos Christodoulou (GRE), David Chambon (FRA), Olegs Latisevs (LAT)

Semifinal 2

7 May 2010
21:00
KK Partizan Serbia 80–83 (OT) Greece Olympiacos
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 11–18, 24–19, 15-15, Overtime: 13–16
Pts: McCalebb 21
Rebs: Marić 10
Asts: Roberts 5
Pts: Kleiza 19
Rebs: Kleiza 11
Asts: Papaloukas 5
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
Attendance: 14,768
Referees: Shmuel Bachar (ISR), Fabio Facchini (ITA), Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Matej Boltauzer (SLO)

Third place game

9 May 2010
18:00
CSKA Moscow Russia 90–88 (OT) Serbia Partizan
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 22–24, 14–18, 17–16, Overtime: 12–10
Pts: Langdon 32
Rebs: Khryapa 6
Asts: Holden, Šiškauskas 4
Pts: Roberts 16
Rebs: Roberts 8
Asts: McCalebb 4
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
Attendance: 14,768
Referees: Fabio Facchini (ITA), Daniel Hierrezuelo (ESP), Olegs Latisevs (LAT), Christos Christodoulou (GRE)

Final

9 May 2010
21:00
Regal FC Barcelona Spain 86–68 Greece Olympiacos
Scoring by quarter: 28–19, 19–17, 17–14, 22–18
Pts: Navarro 21
Rebs: Navarro, Mickeal 5
Asts: Navarro, Sada 3
Pts: Childress 15
Rebs: Childress 6
Asts: Papaloukas, Teodosić 3
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris
Attendance: 14,768
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (LTU), Shmuel Bachar (ISR), David Chambon (FRA), Matej Boltauzer (SLO)
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Regal FC Barcelona jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Regal FC Barcelona
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Olympiacos jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Olympiacos
Starters: P R A
PG
9
Spain Ricky Rubio 9 4 2
SG
11
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro 21 5 3
SF
33
United States Pete Mickeal 14 5 1
PF
25
Slovenia Erazem Lorbek 8 2 2
C
21
Senegal Boniface N'Dong 7 1 0
Reserves: P R A
SG
5
Italy Gianluca Basile 6 2 2
PF
8
Spain Jordi Trias 0 0 0
PG
10
Slovenia Jaka Lakovič 0 0 0
C
17
Spain Fran Vázquez 6 2 2
PF
23
United States Terence Morris 8 1 1
PG
24
Spain Víctor Sada 7 3 3
SG
44
Spain Roger Grimau 0 2 2
Head coach:
Spain Xavi Pascual
2009–10 Euroleague
Champions
Spain
Regal FC Barcelona
2nd title
Starters: P R A
PG
18
Serbia Miloš Teodosić 10 3 3
SG
5
United States Scoonie Penn 0 1 0
SF
11
Lithuania Linas Kleiza 13 4 0
PF
6
United States Josh Childress 15 6 2
C
21
Greece Sofoklis Schortsanitis 6 2 0
Reserves: P R A
PG
4
Greece Theo Papaloukas 12 1 3
C
7
Croatia Nikola Vujčić 2 0 0
SG
8
Greece Panagiotis Vasilopoulos 0 1 1
PF
9
Greece Ioannis Bourousis 9 5 0
SF
10
Israel Yotam Halperin 0 0 0
PF
12
Greece Loukas Mavrokefalidis 1 1 0
PG
17
United States Patrick Beverley 0 0 1
Head coach:
Greece Panagiotis Giannakis

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