FINAL FOUR RECORDS: REBOUNDS

May 12, 2016 by Euroleague.net Print
FINAL FOUR RECORDS: REBOUNDS

Individual records, Final Four era (1988 - 2016) - Rebounds

SEMIFINALS Team Reb. Year
1 DAWKINS, DARRYL AJ Milan 19 1992
2 GRIFFITH, RASHARD Kinder Bologna 17 2001*
2 VRANKOVIC, STOJAN Panathinaikos Athens 17 1995
4 TARPLEY, ROY Olympiacos Piraeus 16 1994
5 REYES, FELIPE Real Madrid 14 2011
5 STONEROOK, SHAUN Montepaschi Siena 14 2011
5 NORRIS, AUDIE FC Barcelona 14 1990
5 McADOO, BOB Philips Milano 14 1988
9 KAKIOUKIS, MICHAILIS Montepaschi Siena 13 2013
9 TARLAC, DRAGAN Olympiacos Piraeus 13 1997
6 players tied with 13 rebounds
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Team Reb. Year
1 ALEXANDER, VICTOR Tau Ceramica 19 2001*
2 BASTON, MACEO Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 15 2006
2 RUSCONI, STEFANO Panathinaikos Athens 15 1993
4 TARLAC, DRAGAN Olympiacos Piraeus 14 1997
4 TARPLEY, ROY Olympiacos Piraeus 14 1994
4 BARLOW, KEN Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 14 1988
7 OBERTO, FABRICIO Tau Ceramica 13 2001*
7 NESTEROVIC, RASHO Kinder Bologna 13 1999
9 ORTIZ, PICULIN FC Barcelona 12 1991
9 McADOO, BOB Philips Milano 12 1988
         
SINGLE FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team Reb. Year
1 TARPLEY, ROY Olympiacos 30 1994
2 VRANKOVIC, STOJAN Panathinaikos 28 1995
2 SABONIS, ARVYDAS Real Madrid 28 1993
2 DAWKINS, DARRYL Philips Milano 28 1992
5 TARLAC, DRAGAN Olympiacos 27 1997
5 VRANKOVIC, STOJAN Panathinaikos 28 1994
7 McADOO, BOB Philips Milano 26 1988
8 MAGEE, KEVIN Maccabi 25 1989
8 DIVAC, VLADE Partizan 25 1988
10 NORRIS, AUDIE FC Barcelona 24 1990
         
         
FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team Reb.
1 KHRYAPA, VICTOR CSKA Moscow 97
2 SMODIS, MATJAZ Virtus, Fortitudo, CSKA 73
3 ANDERSEN, DAVID Virtus, Siena, CSKA, Barcelona 70
4 BATISTE, MIKE Panathinaikos Athens 58
5 BOUROUSIS, IOANNIS CSKA Moscow 53
5 FASOULAS, P. PAOK, Olympiacos Piraeus 53
7 BASTON, MACEO Maccabi Tel Aviv 50
8 NORRIS, AUDIE FC Barcelona 48
9 TOMIC, ANTE Real Madrid, FC Barcelona 46
9 VUJCIC, NIKOLA Maccabi Tel Aviv, Olympiacos 46
9 KUKOC, TONI KK Split, Benetton Basket 46
9 PARKER, ANTHONY Maccabi Tel Aviv 46

* 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.