FINAL FOUR RECORDS: SHOOTING

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FINAL FOUR RECORDS: SHOOTING

Individual records, Final Four era (1988 - 2016) - Most two-pointers

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Team 2FG Year
1 PAPALOUKAS, THEODOROS CSKA Moscow 9/10 2007
2 GRIFFITH, RASHARD Kinder Bologna 9/11 2001*
2 BODIROGA, DEJAN Panathinaikos Athens 9/11 2001*
4 SAVIC, ZORAN KK Split 9/13 1991
4 RADJA, DINO KK Split 9/13 1989
6 ALEXANDER, VICTOR Tau Ceramica 9/16 2001*
7 HUFFMAN, NATE Maccabi Tel Aviv 9/18 2000
8 SCOLA, LUIS Tau Ceramica Vitoria 8/11 2005
8 BROWN, RICKY Philips Milano 8/11 1988
10 BASTON, MACEO Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 8/12 2005
SEMIFINALS Team 2FG Year
1 McADOO, BOB Philips Milano 16/27 1988
2 VOLKOV, ALEXANDER Panathinaikos Athens 14/27 1994
3 BROWN, RICKY Philips Milano 13/20 1988
4 MAGEE, KEVIN Maccabi Tel Aviv 13/23 1988
5 GALIS, NIKOS Aris BSA 11/22 1988
6 GODFREAD, DAN FC Barcelona 10/12 1996
7 MARTINEZ, FERRAN FC Barcelona 10/15 1990
8 ARLAUCKAS, JOE Real Madrid 10/17 1996
9 DAYE, DARREN Scavolini Pesaro 10/18 1991
10 PASPALJ, ZARKO Olympiacos Piraeus 10/19 1994
SINGLE FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team 2FG Year
1 GALIS, NIKOS Aris BSA 29/48 1988
2 VOLKOV, ALEXANDER Panathinaikos Athens 24/40 1994
3 GALIS, NIKOS Aris BSA 23/36 1990
4 McADOO, BOB Philips Milano 23/41 1988
5 BROWN, RICKY Philips Milano 21/31 1988
6 GALIS, NIKOS Aris BSA 20/45 1989
7 DIVAC, VLADE Partizan Belgrade 19/32 1988
8 BROOKS, MICHAEL Limoges 19/33 1990
9 BODIROGA, DEJAN Panathinaikos Athens 18/22 2001
10 HUFFMAN, NATE Maccabi Tel Aviv 18/30 2000

Individual records, Final Four era (1988 - 2016) - Most three-pointers

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Team 3FG Year
1 RIGAUDEAU, ANTOINE Kinder Bologna 5/6 2001
2 RIGAUDEAU, ANTOINE Virtus Bologna 5/7 1999
2 DJORDJEVIC, SASHA Partizan Belgrade 5/7 1999
4 DIXON, BOBBY Fenerbahce Istanbul 5/9 2016
4 SPANOULIS, VASSILIS Olympiacos Piraeus 5/9 2013
4 JAMCHY, DORON Maccabi Tel Aviv 5/9 1989
7 RODRIGUEZ, SERGIO Real Madrid 5/10 2014
8 LANGDON, TRAJAN CSKA Moscow 4/5 2008
8 BLU, DAVID Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 4/5 2004
10 JASIKEVICIUS, SARUNAS Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 4/6 2004
SEMIFINALS Team 3FG Year
1 STOMBERGAS, SAULIUS Tau Ceramica 9/9 2001
2 McINTYRE, TERRELL Montepaschi Siena 6/14 2008
3 MONTERO, JOSE ANTONIO FC Barcelona 5/5 1991
4 RIVERS, K.C. Real Madrid 5/6 2015
5 HOLDEN, J.R. CSKA Moscow 5/7 2006
5 DELFINO, CARLOS Skipper Bologna 5/7 2004
7 BROWN, MARCUS CSKA Moscow 5/8 2004
7 LACOPINI, MASSIMO Benetton Basket Treviso 5/8 1993
9 BLU, DAVID Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 5/9 2014
10 WILLIAMS, HENRY Benetton Basket Treviso 5/11 1998
SINGLE FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team 3FG Year
1 ADAMS, DARIUS Real Madrid 10/25 2016
2 GIANNAKIS, PANAGIOTIS Aris BSA 9/14 1989
3 RODRIGUEZ, SERGIO Real Madrid 9/15 2014
4 JAMCHY, DORON Maccabi Tel Aviv 9/17 1989
5 KUKOC, TONI KK Split 8/11 1989
6 DJORJEVIC, SASHA Partizan Belgrade 8/12 1992
7 WILLIAMS, HENRY Benetton Basket Treviso 8/17 1998
8 McINTYRE, TERRELL Montepaschi Siena 8/20 2008
9 VETRA, GUNDARS CSKA Moscow 7/9 1996
10 JASIKEVICIUS, SARUNAS Panathinaikos Athens 7/11 2009
10 NAVARRO, JUAN CARLOS FC Barcelona 7/11 2013

Individual records, Final Four era (1988 - 2016) - Most free throws

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Team FT Year
1 GINOBILI, EMANUEL Virtus Bologna 12/13 2002
2 SISKAUSKAS, RAMUNAS Panathinaikos Athens 12/17 2007
3 ANTIC, PERO Fenerbahce Istanbul 11/12 2016
3 RODRIGUEZ, SERGIO Real Madrid 11/12 2013
3 SMODIS, MATJAZ CSKA Moscow 11/12 2007
6 LAW, ACIE Olympiacos Piraeus 11/13 2013
6 MACIJAUSKAS, ARVYDAS Tau Ceramica Vitoria 11/13 2005
8 KATTASH, ODED Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 11/14 2000
8 RIVERS, DAVID Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 11/14 1997
10 BENNETT, ELMER Tau Ceramica 10/10 2001
SEMIFINALS Team FT Year
1 MAGEE, KEVIN Maccabi Tel Aviv 15/16 1989
2 BECIROVIC, SANI Kinder Bologna 14/16 2002
3 WILKINS, DOMINIQUE Panathinaikos Athens 13/13 1996
4 DELANEY, MALCOLM Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 12/12 2016
4 GARBAJOSA, JORGE Benetton Basket Treviso 12/12 2003
5 MACIJAUSKAS, ARVYDAS Tau Ceramica Vitoria 11/13 2005
6 BRKIC, HARIS Partizan Belgrade 11/14 1998
6 OSTROWSKI, STEPHANE Limoges 11/14 1990
8 SATO, ROMAIN Montepaschi Siena 10/10 2008
8 JASIKEVICIUS, SARUNAS Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 10/10 2004
8 RIVERS, DAVID Olympiacos Piraeus 10/10 1997
SINGLE FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team FT Year
1 GALIS, NIKOS Aris BSA 23/33 1990
2 RIVERS, DAVID Olympiacos Piraeus 21/24 1997
3 MAGEE, KEVIN Maccabi Tel Aviv 19/21 1989
4 GARBAJOSA, JORGE Benetton Basket Treviso 18/18 2003
5 MACIJAUSKAS, ARVYDAS Tau Ceramica Vitoria 18/20 2005
6 BODIROGA, DEJAN FC Barcelona 18/22 2003
6 SAVIC, ZORAN KK Split 18/22 1991
8 THORNTON, BOOTSY Montepaschi Siena 17/17 2004
9 DELANEY, MALCOLM Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 17/18 2016
10 BRKIC, HARIS Partizan Belgrade 17/25 1998

* European basketball had two top-level competitions in 2000-01. Kinder Bologna won the Euroleague title in a five-game playoff series against Tau Ceramica. AEK Athens and Fortitudo Bologna also reached the semifinals. Maccabi Tel Aviv won the SuproLeague in a Final Four that also featured Panathinaikos, the other finalist, CSKA Moscow and Efes Pilsen.