View Poll Results: Which is the best Euroleague team of 2010's

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  • Real Madrid

    6 30.00%
  • CSKA

    10 50.00%
  • Olympiacos

    2 10.00%
  • Barcelona

    0 0%
  • Panathinaikos

    0 0%
  • Fenerbache

    2 10.00%
  • Maccabi

    3 15.00%
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Thread: Euroleague best team of the decade

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    Default Euroleague best team of the decade

    Real Madrid: 2 wins, 4 finals, 8 final four
    Cska: 2 wins, 4 finals, 9 final four
    Olympiacos: 2 wins, 5 finals, 5 final four
    Barcelona: 1 win, 4 final four
    Panathinaikos: 1 win, 2 final four
    Fenerbache: 1 win, 3 finals, 5 final four
    Maccabi: 1 win, 2 finals, 2 final four

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    Quote Originally Posted by childress67 View Post
    Real Madrid: 2 wins, 4 finals, 8 final four
    Cska: 2 wins, 4 finals, 9 final four
    Olympiacos: 2 wins, 5 finals, 5 final four
    Barcelona: 1 win, 4 final four
    Panathinaikos: 1 win, 2 final four
    Fenerbache: 1 win, 3 finals, 5 final four
    Maccabi: 1 win, 2 finals, 2 final four
    If this was olympics medal ranking system, assuming final is silver and F4 is a bronze, the order would be: OLY-CSKA-REAL-etc.

    but, I think, in the EL, the F4 alone is a big deal, while there is not real difference between final or 4th place in the F4. I didn't think hard about this, I don't know.

    then it would be: CSKA-REAL-OLY etc.
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    I'll go with CSKA. All decade they were on top or close to it, except for one horrible season. The most stable team out there, I would even say if not Final4 format, maybe they could've had more titles than these 2, but who knows now


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    There are the numbers and there is also what we watched. I don't know why PAO exists in the list.
    Oly was not the best team even in the seasons when they got the cup. Just a good and unpredictable team , lucky because the F4 permits surprises. In a PO series they didn't had a chance.
    Real and CSKA are the best teams of the decade because they both played very well, they were dominant teams, constant powerhouses.

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    1. CSKA
    2. Real
    3. Oly
    4. Fener

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    There are the numbers and there is also what we watched. I don't know why PAO exists in the list.
    Oly was not the best team even in the seasons when they got the cup. Just a good and unpredictable team , lucky because the F4 permits surprises. In a PO series they didn't had a chance.
    4-0 agaist cska in f4 games. In a PO series this is called a sweep.

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    Not to take anything away from Olympiacos, but if Siskauskas hit those free throws in 2012 you have to wonder how different the next few seasons could have been. That said, in 2013 they probably had an overall better roster than CSKA did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by childress67 View Post
    Real Madrid: 2 wins, 4 finals, 8 final four
    Cska: 2 wins, 4 finals, 9 final four
    Olympiacos: 2 wins, 5 finals, 5 final four
    Barcelona: 1 win, 4 final four
    Panathinaikos: 1 win, 2 final four
    Fenerbache: 1 win, 3 finals, 5 final four
    Maccabi: 1 win, 2 finals, 2 final four
    It is great honor to be in this list...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    There are the numbers and there is also what we watched. I don't know why PAO exists in the list.
    Oly was not the best team even in the seasons when they got the cup. Just a good and unpredictable team , lucky because the F4 permits surprises. In a PO series they didn't had a chance.
    Real and CSKA are the best teams of the decade because they both played very well, they were dominant teams, constant powerhouses.
    I get it about 2012.But in London we smashed both Real and Cska. And in the next year the match up of Oly and Real in the playoffs was the best of the decade and should have been the finals duo.
    Last edited by berry; 01-10-2020 at 04:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz View Post
    Not to take anything away from Olympiacos, but if Siskauskas hit those free throws in 2012 you have to wonder how different the next few seasons could have been. That said, in 2013 they probably had an overall better roster than CSKA did.
    And if Zarko Paspalj hit those free throws against Badalona then maybe Obradovic wouldnt turn the way he did. And everything would be different.

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    Sadly I would have to admit that it is CSKA. I don't think that CSKA is a good ambassador for European basketball, but when it comes to building a good team this decade is theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berry View Post
    And if Zarko Paspalj hit those free throws against Badalona then maybe Obradovic wouldnt turn the way he did. And everything would be different.
    Don't get me wrong, I'm not taking anything away from Oly, it happened and they won it back to back. It's just an interesting thought because so much of CSKA's problems in final fours stem from that game.

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