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  • 1996 – European Champion (Paris, 9-11/4)
    Pau Orthez 87 79 67 69 PAO ended up third in the Group a fact that lead the team to Italy to face Benetton Treviso There it needed for the first time all the way to winning the title the intervention of God s hand In the third game Panathinaikos clinched the victory thanks to a block by Stojan Vrankovic in the very last second 70 67 69 83 65 64 to seal its ticket to the Final Four in Paris The Greens had no problem at all in the semifinal game against CSKA Moscow with the support of its fans in the arena Panathinaikos won by 81 71 and reached the final where it would face Barcelona that had eliminated Real Madrid in the other seminal game Close to some 10 000 fans of the clover inundated the Palais de Bercy watching Panathinaikos be in control of the game In the last minutes the Catalans put some pressure on closing the score gap with some successful shots beyond the arc and coming to a point distance A mid court steal helped Montero ran for a fast break but there is not a single Panathinaikos fan that will forget what followed A 2 20m tall guy named Stojan Vrankovic made an incredible sprint jumping over Panaghiotis Giannakis who was lying down on the court to cutoff the Spaniard before finishing his scoring effort The Croatian giant justifiably adored by the green fans fell down on the court only to see everyone frantically celebrating the conquest of the first European Championship for the clover not to mention the first ever European Championship title of Greek Basketball at club level Dominique Wilkins was voted Final Four MVP having scored 51 points in the two games Semifinals Barcelona Real Madrid 76 66 34

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  • 2000 – European Champion (Thessaloniki, 18-20/4)
    Star 76 61 67 58 Cholet 85 50 68 81 and PAΟΚ 77 69 71 75 With a 13 3 run 1246 1084 Panathinaikos ended the round ranking first in the Group thus ensuring the home advantage for the next games In the Top 16 round PAO eliminated Buducnost 2 1 65 59 64 77 78 61 and Cibona Zagreb in the Top 8 round without any losses 2 0 73 62 69 63 thus qualifying to the Thessaloniki Final Four in flying colors Panathinaikos prevailed over Efes Pilsen in the semifinal by 81 71 with ημιτελικό με τους Bodiroga Rebraca Alvertis achieving a double digit scoring point and without practically being threatened by the Turks at any point of the game The final was clearly a far more difficult case since Maccabi Tel Aviv put up a fight to the bitter end Every Panathinaikos player helped Zeljko Rebraca clinched the Final Four MVP title but the player most likely to be remembered by most people is Oden Katash The Israeli was emotionally charged with the mere possibility of having to face the team with which he grew up in the basketball world but when push came to shove he got up and made a decisive successful shot in front of the Maccabi fans stand nonetheless who gave him a standing ovation at the end of the game The final score of 73 67 also gave the Panathinaikos fans the signal to start the celebrations for their second European Championship title and the first of the Zeljko Obradovic s era with the clover in his first year at the steering wheel of the Greens Semifinals Panathinaikos Efes Pilsen 81 71 41 33 Panathinaikos Obradovic Bodiroga 22 Rebraca 15 Alvertis 11 Rogers 9 Gentile 7 Katash 5 Fotsis 5 Burke 4

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  • 2002 – European Champion (Bologna, 3-5/5)
    was formed seemed almost like an all Greek Group since it featured Panathinaikos Olympiakos ΑΕΚ and Olimpija Ljublijana The Greens found themselves with their backs against the wall They began with a defeat from Olympiakos 92 75 continued with an away win over Olimpija 85 67 continued with a away victory over ΑΕΚ 66 73 and the home victories over Olympiakos 88 78 and ΑΕΚ 96 92 to finally achieve its qualification to the Final Four by defeating Olimpija Ljublijana by 79 72 in the away game Many had been quick to dismiss Panathinaikos already from the Semifinal where it would play Maccabi Tel Aviv from which it had been defeated in the 2001 SuproLeague Final Four final game in Palais de Bercy Zeljko Obradovic was impeccable in leading his players drawing one ace from his sleeve after another and giving Panathinaikos its ticket to the Final Four Final after defeating Maccabi Tel Aviv by 83 75 The Greens technical team sleeves seemed to be full of trump cards they had studied their opponents were and had players determined to win in an arena clearly in favor of their opponents PalaMalaguti was standing by Kinder Bologna but the Greek team displayed tremendous character and proved it when returning on the court after halftime and putting a lot of soul in their game Halfway Panathinaikos was down by eight points but in the locker room everyone was talking about victory it was the only thing on their minds Lazaros Papadopoulos played an important role and the Greens undisputed leaders Dejan Bodiroga and Ibrahim Kutluay were pointing the road toward winning the title And they did it all together The tables were turned in the game PalaMalaguti was suddenly silenced but at the final buzzer was forced to applaud Panathinaikos lifting its

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  • 2007 – European Champion (Athens, 4-6/5/2007)
    80 93 75 63 Maccabi Tel Aviv 90 88 73 76 In the Top16 Panathinaikos downed Efes Pilsen 84 57 79 65 had one loss to Barcelona 102 82 66 87 and moved on with two wins over Prokom Trefl Sopot 95 68 75 69 Dynamo Moscow did not prove to be an effective hurdle 2 0 80 58 73 65 thus Panathinaikos clinched a ticket to its home arena Final Four in its hands Despite the fact that during the summer transfers it lost two of the main cogs behind its motor Jaca Lakovic Barcelona and Vassilis Spanoulis Houston Rockets it advanced as if in a race of its own Panathinaikos showed that it can very well make it without them reaching the semifinals to face Tau Cerámica which it defeated by 67 53 in a low score game for both teams When Zeljko Obradovic was asked about the rhythm and the score he said with a big smile on his face Who knows Maybe in the next game things will be different It is the game that dictates what you need to do He obviously knew what he was talking about since victory came after both teams had scored as high as 93 91 in one of the most beautiful and exciting Euroleague finals the amazed crowd ever had the chance to see Panathinaikos also enjoyed amazing performance by all its players whether they were used for a few seconds or for a much longer time Only one however was voted Final Four MVP and was none other than Dimitris Diamantidis who was also included in the All Euroleague First Team and named Best Defender of the Year Ramunas Siskauskas was named to the All Euroleague second team whereas Zeljko Obradovic was voted Coach of the Year Final

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  • 2009 – European Champion (Berlin, 1-3/5)
    7 victories and 3 defeats against the teams of Zalgiris Kaunas 78 51 80 69 Barcelona 66 90 76 87 Nancy 80 70 83 69 Montepaschi Siena 81 76 77 82 Prokom 67 60 75 53 and Zeljko Obradovic bursting out in the last game against the Polaks in a press conference that remains memorable to say the least In the Top16 round despite the fact that the Greens were initially ranking as low as third place made 5 1 run Partizan 81 63 56 63 Unicaja Málaga 81 69 103 95 Lottomatica Roma 92 67 90 71 and qualified to the playoffs without further problems The clover was hosting with home court advantage the team of Montepaschi Siena at the OAKA looking for three wins and getting the positive outcome it was looking for in the first game 90 85 The second game however did not go as smoothly as Panathinaikos would have wanted and they lost 79 84 Thus the home court advantage went to the hands of the Italians and the following two games would be hosted in Tuscany The motto was first heard inside and then outside the OAKA locker room by Zeljko Obradovic and his players We re going there for two victories They believed in it and made it happen They prevailed magnificently dominating every aspect of the game and by winning the third game 72 53 and 91 84 the fourth game respectively they were packing their bags for Berlin For the first time after 1995 Panathinaikos would face Olympiakos in a Final Four semifinal game The pressure was on and rising by the second with the technical team trying to diffuse the situation with talk about two more games to the title The Greens were better grabbed the victory they wanted 84 82 and reached the final where they would face same as in 2007 Ettore Messina s CSKA Moscow The clover was simply unstoppable in the first half and was leading the score by as much as even 48 28 In the second half some things changed the game became derby but the result was the same the final score 73 71 Saw Panathinaikos putting on the laurels of the European Champion for the fifth time in its history Vassilis Spanoulis was voted Final Four MVP and named to the All Euroleague second team but it was the fans of the team who stood by the players from beginning to end and won the battle of the stands Nikola Pekovic was included in the All Euroleague First Team and Dimitris Diamantidis was voted Best Defender of the Year Final Four Berlin 1 3 5 Semifinals Barcelona CSKA Moscow 78 82 36 32 Barcelona Pascual Basile 5 Burton 2 Lakovic 13 Navarro 13 Andersen 24 Vásquez 6 Ilyasova 2 Sada Santiago 9 Grimau 4 CSKA Moscow Messina Zisis Smodis 9 Siskauskas 29 Holden 8 Lorbek 8 Langdon 15 Kaun 4 Khryapa 9 Planinic Morris Olympiakos Panathinaikos 82 84 41 43 Olympiakos Giannakis

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  • 2011 – European Champion (Barcelona, 6-8/5)
    4 2 run and ultimately landed on top of Group E The continuation was even better since Panathinaikos faced at home disadvantage the team of Barcelona which many considered the favorite to win the title Panathinaikos lost the first game in Barcelona right down at the finish line 83 82 It is quite possible that never before had a defeat made so many people believe that this team can make it even up against the absolute favorite the most important thing though is that the players had already believed it All of them Without talking too much believing in their abilities and wanting to prove all those who had doubted them wrong they won the second game in the Palau Blaugrana 75 71 The home court advantage now came to the hands of the Greek team that made the most of it Panathinaikos won the third game by 76 74 and the fourth game by 78 67 with the OAKA indoor arena being full to capacity and pulsating by the power boosting The 3 1 run sent Panathinaikos to the Barcelona Final Four which was the tenth in its history 1994 1995 1996 2000 2001 2002 2005 2007 2009 2011 Power comes in numbers but not to Panathinaikos since it was the Maccabi Tel Aviv fans that had inundated the city of Barcelona Supremacy in the stands though was clearly a matter of clover fans More than 4000 fans showed in action that others may show disbelief The semifinal victory over Montepaschi Siena by 77 69 was the first reason that justified traveling all the way to the capital of Cataluña in times of financial dire straits The triumph over Maccabi Tel Aviv by 78 70 in the final was the absolute justification for all those who believed in this team that has made all those who love Panathinaikos so very proud This title was the sixth for the club the sixth European Championship the sixth Euroleague title bringing Panathinaikos together with CSKA Moscow second only to Real Madrid in the relevant list Dimitris Diamantidis was voted for the second time Euroleague Final Four MVP an award that only two other players so far have won twice Toni Kukoc and Dejan Bodiroga Zeljko Obradovic was already the head coach with most titles under his belt but distanced himself even more from the rest of his colleagues by winning his eighth title 1992 1994 1995 2000 2002 2007 2009 and 2011 On Saturday May 7 the Best of the Year awards were presented Dimitris Diamantidis left full of trophies since he won his sixth Defender of the Year award 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 and 2011 was named to the All Euroleague First Team for the second time 2007 2011 and was voted All Euroleague MVP Mike Batiste also won a spot in the All Euroleague First Team And the awards kept coming in Zeljko Obradovic was voted Head Coach of the Year And the people who have kept the team

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  • 1946 – Greek Champion
    Case Green Legends SCHEDULE Euroleague HEBA LEAGUE Greek Cup Full Schedule NEWS Game News Press Releases Interviews Ticketing Historical Background Academies GAME NIGHT Ticketing PAO SHOP Events Fans Fun Patrol Mr Green Match Program TICKETS Match Tickets Season Tickets Προνόμια Καρτών Διαρκείας Corporate Hospitality Program Όροι Εισιτηρίων INTERACTIVE Facebook Twitter YouTube Blogs Photos Wallpapers e Player Infographic COMMUNITY ONLINE SHOP SPONSORS MEDIA ZONE 1946 Greek Champion In the first local Athens Piraeus championship after the mandatory break due to the war and German occupation Panathinaikos had three wins in three games and won its first title Being comfortable in its skin as the local champion Panathinaikos went on to win the first post war Greek championship again undefeated with a total of three victories and a 123 89 points total The lineup of the championship team Ι Lamprou Μ Pantazopoulos Τ Nikolaidis G Nikolaidis Th Karadimos St Arvanitis TROPHY CASE Euroleague 1996 2000 2002 2007 2009 2011 HEBA League 1945 46 1946 47 1949 50 1950 51 1953 54 1960 61 1961 62 1966 67 1968 69 1970 71 1971 72 1972 73 1973 74 1974 75 1976 77 1979 80 1980 81 1981 82 1983 84 1997 98 1998

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  • 1947 – Athens and Greek Champion
    Releases Interviews Ticketing Historical Background Academies GAME NIGHT Ticketing PAO SHOP Events Fans Fun Patrol Mr Green Match Program TICKETS Match Tickets Season Tickets Προνόμια Καρτών Διαρκείας Corporate Hospitality Program Όροι Εισιτηρίων INTERACTIVE Facebook Twitter YouTube Blogs Photos Wallpapers e Player Infographic COMMUNITY ONLINE SHOP SPONSORS MEDIA ZONE 1947 Athens and Greek Champion In 1947 Panathinaikos recorded the first double of that era The clover won the local Athens Piraeus championship with seven wins and just one loss to the Thessaloniki YMCA and totaled 264 211 points To win the Greek championship title it took Panathinaikos a tie break game against Sporting BC with which they were tied to the top of the ranking In Triton s home arena where 1820 tickets were sold but the attendance rose to 3000 Panathinaikos won the game by 37 30 17 22 during half time The lineup in that final was G Nikolaidis 2 Lamprou 13 Dimitrakopoulos 2 Τ Nikolaidis 11 Pantazopoulos 4 Arvanitis 4 TROPHY CASE Euroleague 1996 2000 2002 2007 2009 2011 HEBA League 1945 46 1946 47 1949 50 1950 51 1953 54 1960 61 1961 62 1966 67 1968 69 1970 71 1971 72 1972 73 1973 74 1974

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