2012–13 Eurocup Basketball

The 2012/13 season was the 11th season of the material discharged from the ULEB Euro Cup.

The title was won locomotive Kuban from Russia.

  • 4.1 Group I
  • 4.2 Group J
  • 4.3 Group K
  • 4.4 Group L
  • 6.1 All- Eurocup First Team 2012/13
  • 6.2 All- Eurocup Second Team 2012/13
  • 6.3 Final MVP
  • 6.4 Coach of the Year


The competition began with the group matches on November 7, 2012, and ended with the final on 13 April 2013. Am tournament attracted 32 teams. The regular season was played in eight groups of four teams each. The group winners and runners- continued to play in the second group stage with four groups of four teams, with the top two in each group qualify for the quarter-finals. The quarter-final and semi-finals were played in two games with back and leg. The overall winner was the next round. The finale consisted of a game.

Participants in the main round

1: Previous year placement in the national leagues 2: Loser of the ULEB Euro League - qualification

First group stage

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Group G

Group H

Second group stage (Last 16)

Group I

Group J

Group K

Group L

Final round

The quarter-finals were held on March 6 and 13, 2013, the semi-final first legs took place on 20, the return legs on 26 and 27 March, 2013. Instead of a Final Four tournament, as in previous years, the winner was determined in a final game on April 13 in Charleroi, Belgium.

The play-off pairings at a glance:


The following actors was particularly excellent in the past season:

All- Eurocup First Team 2012/13

All- Eurocup Second Team 2012/13

  • Walter Hodge ( Stelmet Zielona Góra )
  • Chuck Eidson ( UNICS Kazan )
  • Derrick Brown ( locomotive Kuban )
  • Lamont Hamilton (Bilbao Basket)
  • Loukas Mavrokefalidis (Spartak St. Petersburg)

Final MVP

Coach of the Year

  • Fotis Katsikaris (Bilbao Basket)