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39*.- Spain (FC Barcelona 17, Real Madrid 12, Saski Baskonia 6*, Joventut 2, Estudiantes 1, Unicaja 1)

29*.- Greece (Olympiacos 12, Panathinaikos 11*, Aris 3, AEK 2*, PAOK 1)

20*.- Russia (CSKA Moscow 19*, Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 1) 

19*.- Italy (Montepaschi 4, Benetton 4, Virtus Bologna 4*, Milan 3, Fortitudo 3*, Scavolini 1)

12*.- Israel (Maccabi Tel Aviv 12*)

10*.- Turkey (Fenerbahce 5, Anadolu Efes 5*)

4.- France (Limoges 3, Asvel 1)
  Serbia (Partizan 4)

3.- Croatia (Split 3)

2.- Lithuania (Zalgiris)

1.- Slovenia (Olimpija)
  Monaco (AS Monaco)

* 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.


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