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Eurocup Official Web page - http://www.eurocupbasketball.com/
Eurocup on Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ULEB_Eurocup








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SEASON 2009/2010
SEASON 2010/2011
SEASON 2011/2012
 Regular Season
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 Last 16
 Quarterfinals
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  About Eurocup

The Eurocup (known as the ULEB Cup from 2002-2008) is the second-tier transnational professional basketball competition in Europe. It is composed of teams from European domestic national leagues that are joined in and are a part of the ULEB (a French acronym for "Union of European Leagues of Basketball"), and that also do not have a contract to be in the Euroleague. ULEB Cup was created in 2002 and can be considered as a fusion between the old FIBA Korać Cup and Saporta Cup competitions.

Historically, the competition began with a group phase in which the starting field was reduced to 16 teams. The survivors then advanced to a knockout phase. In the inaugural 2002–03 competition, the knockout phase consisted entirely of two-legged ties. The following year, the final became a one-off match, but all other knockout ties remained two-legged.

In 2007–08, the initial phase, by now called the Regular Season, was only used to reduce the field to 32 teams. The survivors were paired into two-legged knockout ties, with the winners advancing to another set of two-legged ties. The survivors then entered the first-ever Final 8 phase in the competition's history, consisting of one-off knockout matches.

The following 2008–09 season was the first in which preliminary rounds were conducted. That year saw two preliminary rounds held, the first involving 16 teams and the second involving the eight winners plus eight teams that had received byes into that round. The survivors of the second preliminary round joined 24 direct qualifiers in the Regular Season. This season also saw the introduction of the Last 16 group phase, and proved to be the last for the Final 8.


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