2016–17 EuroLeague Women

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EuroLeague Women
Season 2016–17
Champions Russia Dynamo Kursk
Runners-up Turkey Fenerbahçe
Third place Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
Fourth place Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha
Teams 16 (Regular Season)
Games played 126
Dates 26 October 2016 – 16 April 2017
Fenerbahçe - Uni Györ match

The 2016–17 EuroLeague Women season is the 26th edition of EuroLeague Women under its current name. The season started on 26 October 2016.

Teams

Teams were confirmed by FIBA Europe on 22 June 2016.[1]

Regular season
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg (1st) Turkey Hatay BŞB (2nd) France Villeneuve-d'Ascq (3rd) Poland Wisła Can-Pack Kraków (1st)
Russia Nadezhda Orenburg (2nd) Turkey Mersin BŞB (3rd) Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha (1st) Spain CB Avenida (1st)
Russia Dynamo Kursk (3rd) France BLMA (1st) Hungary Uniqa Sopron (1st) Italy Famila Schio (1st)
Turkey Fenerbahçe (1st) France Tango Bourges Basket (2nd) Hungary UNI Győr (2nd)
Qualification round
Spain CB Conquero (3rd) Poland CCC Polkowice (4th)

Draw

  • 17 teams registered for EuroLeague Women 2016–17, resulting in 15 direct qualifiers, and one preliminary round to be played between CB Conquero and CCC Polkowice. Following the withdrawal of Spanish club CB Conquero, CCC Polkowice promoted to the regular season.
  • 16 EuroLeague Women teams will be drawn directly into two Regular Season groups of eight teams each. The clubs have been seeded based on the ranking of their performance in European club competitions in the last three seasons:[2]
Seed Regular Season
1 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg Turkey Fenerbahçe
2 Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha Russia Nadezhda Orenburg
3 Russia Dynamo Kursk France Tango Bourges Basket
4 France Villeneuve-d'Ascq Poland Wisła Can-Pack Kraków
5 Italy Famila Schio Spain CB Avenida
6 Hungary Uniqa Sopron France BLMA
7 Turkey Mersin BŞB Poland CCC Polkowice
8 Hungary UNI Győr Turkey Hatay BŞB

Regular season

Location of teams of the 2016–17 Euroleague Women regular season.
Green pog.svg Green: Group A; Red pog.svg Red: Group B.

Regular season will start on October 26, 2016 and will finish on February 22, 2017.

The four top teams of each group will qualify to the quarterfinals.

If teams are level on record at the end of the Regular Season, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Regular Season.
  4. Points scored during the regular season.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Regular Season game.

Group A

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification KUR FEN USK FAM BLM WIS MER UNI
1 Russia Dynamo Kursk 14 14 0 1096 856 +240 28 Advance to quarterfinals 86–79 69–66 70–64 65–43 96–59 73–67 90–55
2 Turkey Fenerbahçe 14 11 3 1010 916 +94 25 69–72 75–71 77–64 69–63 71–60 75–52 66–53
3 Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 14 9 5 1023 902 +121 23 49–73 63–71 74–73 61–59 84–63 96–47 83–56
4 Italy Famila Schio 14 7 7 1012 929 +83 21 75–79 73–75 71–63 70–53 80–54 71–64 77–65
5 France BLMA 14 7 7 869 917 −48 21 Transfer to EuroCup Women 50–88 58–56 55–58 69–66 74–68 76–63 69–50
6 Poland Wisła Can-Pack Kraków 14 5 9 950 1009 −59 19 61–67 64–72 70–90 75–76 77–61 59–56 66–47
7 Turkey Mersin BŞB 14 2 12 906 1044 −138 16 Eliminated 70–84 73–89 69–75 65–61 68–74 74–83 65–74
8 Hungary UNI Győr 14 1 13 783 1076 −293 15 49–84 64–66 51–90 46–91 58–65 61–91 54–73
Source: FIBA.com

Group B

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification EKA NAD AVE BOU HAT VIL SOP POL
1 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 14 13 1 1190 900 +290 27 Advance to quarterfinals 88–81 74–68 81–66 103–40 91–69 82–61 94–57
2 Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 14 10 4 934 881 +53 24 59–88 65–62 69–61 63–54 58–48 65–57 50–60
3 Spain Perfumerías Avenida 14 7 7 999 938 +61 21 83–72 49–64 63–50 92–62 79–70 84–67 81–60
4 France Tango Bourges Basket 14 7 7 909 928 −19 21 63–97 58–60 69–63 68–55 63–42 80–59 65–60
5 Turkey Hatay BŞB 14 7 7 912 1005 −93 21 Transfer to EuroCup Women 64–73 58–70 68–64 69–51 76–81 74–66 58–54
6 France Villeneuve-d'Ascq 14 6 8 968 1004 −36 20 69–88 83–71 69–68 74–81 71–72 78–63 75–55
7 Hungary Uniqa Sopron 14 4 10 975 1087 −112 18 Eliminated 56–82 69–89 77–68 77–69 95–98 62–72 76–64
8 Poland CCC Polkowice 14 2 12 863 1008 −145 16 64–77 46–70 71–75 59–65 54–64 77–68 82–90
Source: FIBA.com

Quarter-finals

In the quarter-finals, teams playing against each other had to win two games to win the series. Thus, if one team win two games, before all three games have been played, the game that remain is omitted.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Dynamo Kursk Russia 2–0 France Tango Bourges Basket 76–71 104–92
Fenerbahçe Turkey 2–1 Spain Perfumerías Avenida 78–68 66–76 87–80
UMMC Ekaterinburg Russia 2–0 Italy Famila Schio 92–47 102–67
Nadezhda Orenburg Russia 1–2 Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 80–57 55–64 57–70

Final Four

Host Final Four – Yekaterinburg, Russia[3].

 
Semifinals
April 14
Final
April 16
 
           
 
 
 
 
Russia Dynamo Kursk 87
 
 
 
Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 80
 
Russia Dynamo Kursk 77
 
 
 
Turkey Fenerbahçe 63
 
Turkey Fenerbahçe 70
 
 
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 61
 
Third place
 
 
 
 
 
Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 63
 
 
Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 68

All times are local (UTC+5).

Semifinals

14 April 2017
19:00
Report
Fenerbahçe Turkey 70–61 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
Scoring by quarter: 10–14, 18–19, 21–13, 21–15
Pts: Lavender 21
Rebs: Parker 15
Asts: Vardarlı 7
Pts: Taurasi 26
Rebs: Griner 7
Asts: four players 2
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Referees:
Jasmina Juras (SRB)
Michele Rossi (ITA)
Marko Vučković (SLO)

14 April 2017
21:30
Report
Dynamo Kursk Russia 87–80 (OT) Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha
Scoring by quarter: 24–26, 22–18, 14–17, 17–16, Overtime: 10–3
Pts: McCoughtry 28
Rebs: Vidmer 11
Asts: McCoughtry 5
Pts: Dupree 39
Rebs: Dupree 13
Asts: Palau 13
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Referees:
Fabiana Martinescu-Badalan (ROM)
Janusz Calik (POL)
Artūras Šukys (LTU)

Third place game

16 April 2017
16:30
Report
ZVVZ USK Praha Czech Republic 63–68 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 20–14, 14–18, 12–18
Pts: Petrović 19
Rebs: three players 7
Asts: Palau 8
Pts: Toliver 18
Rebs: Meesseman 12
Asts: Barič 5
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Referees:
Michele Rossi (ITA)
Artūras Šukys (LTU)
Vasiliki Tsaroucha (GRE)

Final

16 April 2017
19:00
Report
Dynamo Kursk Russia 77–63 Turkey Fenerbahçe
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 27–16, 18–21, 15–8
Pts: McCoughtry 20
Rebs: Ogwumike 10
Asts: Prince 7
Pts: Quigley 19
Rebs: Lavender 9
Asts: Quigley 3
DIVS Sport Hall, Yekaterinburg
Referees:
Jasmina Juras (SRB)
Fabiana Martinescu-Badalan (ROM)
Marko Vučković (SLO)


2016–17 EuroLeague Women Champions
Russia
Dynamo Kursk
First title

Statistical leaders

Points

Rk Name Team Games Points PPG
1 United States Yvonne Turner Hungary Uniqa Sopron 13 244 18.8
2 United States Diana Taurasi Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg 15 269 17.9
3 United States Angel McCoughtry Russia Dynamo Kursk 18 311 17.3
4 Serbia Sonja Petrović Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 19 314 16.5
5 Lithuania Gintarė Petronytė Turkey Mersin BŞB 14 226 16.1

Rebounds

Rk Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1 United States Nneka Ogwumike Russia Dynamo Kursk 17 174 10.2
2 Sweden Amanda Zahui Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 16 149 9.3
3 Croatia Marija Režan Poland CCC Polkowice 14 118 8.4
4 Brazil Clarissa dos Santos France Tango Bourges Basket 13 107 8.2
5 United States Elizabeth Williams Russia Nadezhda Orenburg 17 134 7.9

Assists

Rk Name Team Games Assists APG
1 Spain Laia Palau Czech Republic ZVVZ USK Praha 19 149 7.8
2 Turkey Nilay Kartaltepe Turkey Mersin BŞB 14 82 5.9
3 Turkey Birsel Vardarlı Turkey Fenerbahçe 19 111 5.8
4 Serbia Miljana Bojović France Tango Bourges Basket 16 90 5.6
5 Spain Anna Cruz Russia Dynamo Kursk 17 94 5.5

See also

References

  1. ^ "2016-17 EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women clubs confirmed". FIBA Europe. 22 June 2016. 
  2. ^ EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women draw seedings announced
  3. ^ Ekaterinburg to host EuroLeague Women Final Four

External links

  • Official website
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