2019 Turkish Basketball Cup
Season2019
Teams8
Games played7
Dates13–17 February 2019
Final positions
ChampionsFenerbahçe Beko (6th title)
Runners-upAnadolu Efes
Awards
Final MVPItaly Luigi Datome
2018
2020

The 2019 Turkish Basketball Cup (Turkish: 2019 Basketbol Erkekler Türkiye Kupası) was the 34th edition of Turkey's top-tier level professional national domestic basketball cup competition. The tournament was held from 13–17 February 2019 in the Ankara Arena in Ankara, Turkey.[1] Fenerbahçe Beko won the competition by defeating Anadolu Efes 80–70 in the final.[2]

Qualified teams

The top eight placed teams after the first half of the top-tier level Basketball Super League 2018–19 season qualified for the tournament. The four highest placed teams played the lowest seeded teams in the quarter-finals. The competition was played under a single elimination format.

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Seeding
1 Fenerbahçe Beko 14 12 2 1174 1012 +162 26 Seeded
2 Anadolu Efes 14 11 3 1224 1084 +140 25
3 Tofaş 14 9 5 1144 1083 +61 23
4 Türk Telekom 14 9 5 1105 1102 +3 23
5 Galatasaray Doğa Sigorta 14 8 6 1144 1096 +48 22 Unseeded
6 Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 14 8 6 1053 1043 +10 22
7 Gaziantep 14 8 6 981 991 −10 22
8 Bahçeşehir Koleji 14 7 7 1141 1126 +15 21
Source: Basketbol Süper Ligi

Bracket

Quarterfinals
February 13–14
Semifinals
February 16
Final
February 17
         
1 Fenerbahçe Beko 78
8 Bahçeşehir Koleji 70
1 Fenerbahçe Beko 73
4 Türk Telekom 65
4 Türk Telekom 85
5 Galatasaray Doğa Sigorta 79
1 Fenerbahçe Beko 80
2 Anadolu Efes 70
2 Anadolu Efes 73
7 Gaziantep 59
2 Anadolu Efes 78
6 Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 70
3 Tofaş 83
6 Beşiktaş Sompo Japan 89

Final

17 February 2019 Fenerbahçe 80–70 Anadolu Efes Ankara
19:00 TRT (UTC +3) Scoring by quarter: 16–20, 23–14, 22–23, 19–13
Tivibuspor Pts: Datome 22
Rebs: Datome 7
Asts: Sloukas 9
PIR: Datome 28
Boxscore Pts: Moerman 18
Rebs: Moerman 8
Asts: Simon 3
PIR: Moerman 21
Arena: Ankara Arena
Referees: Emin Moğulkoç, Yener Yılmaz, Alper Altuğ Köselerli


Starters: Pts Reb Ast
C 44 Turkey Ahmet Düverioğlu 6 5 0
PG 35 Turkey Ali Muhammed 5 3 2
SG 16 Greece Kostas Sloukas 19 0 9
SF 70 Italy Luigi Datome 22 7 4
PF 4 Italy Nicolò Melli 7 2 1
Reserves:
SG 10 Turkey Melih Mahmutoğlu 10 3 0
PG 32 Turkey Sinan Güler 0 0 0
SF 12 Serbia Nikola Kalinić 8 3 3
SF 18 Turkey Egehan Arna DNP
PF 5 Turkey Barış Hersek DNP
3 Turkey Ergi Tırpancı DNP
PG 1 United States Erick Green 3 3 1
Head coach:
Serbia Željko Obradović
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Fenerbahçe jersey
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Team colours
Fenerbahçe
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Anadolu Efes jersey
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Team colours
Anadolu Efes


2019 Turkish Cup champions
Fenerbahçe
6th title
Starters: Pts Reb Ast
C 42 Armenia Bryant Dunston 15 4 2
PG 4 Turkey Doğuş Balbay 5 1 1
SG 44 Croatia Krunoslav Simon 11 6 3
PF 18 France Adrien Moerman 18 8 2
PG 22 Serbia Vasilije Micić 16 4 2
Reserves:
SG 2 Turkey Mustafa Kurtuldum DNP
PF 3 Turkey Yiğitcan Saybir DNP
19 Turkey Buğrahan Tuncer 0 0 1
10 Turkey Onuralp Bitim DNP
C 15 Turkey Sertaç Şanlı 0 1 0
SF 6 Turkey Metecan Birsen 0 0 1
SG 1 France Rodrigue Beaubois 5 3 1
Head coach:
Turkey Ergin Ataman

Most Valuable Player

Player Team Ref.
Italy Luigi Datome Fenerbahçe [2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Erkekler Türkiye Kupası Programı Belli Oldu". TBF.org.tr (in Turkish). 22 January 2019. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Erkekler Türkiye Kupası'nda Şampiyon: Fenerbahçe Beko". tbf.org.tr (in Turkish). Turkish Basketball Federation. 17 February 2019. Retrieved 17 February 2019.