CSKA Moscow

CSKA Moscow 2017-18

(Provisional Roster)

No.
Player
Country
Pos. Height Born More
1
France
Guard 1.96 1987 More
7
Russian Federation
Guard 1.95 1985
9
France
Guard 1.97 1992 More
11
Russian Federation
Forward 2.02 1989
12
Russian Federation
Forward 2.06 1990 More
13
Spain
Guard 1.89 1986 More
20
Russian Federation
Forward 2.07 1987 More
21
United States of America
Forward 2.01 1990 More
22
United States of America
Guard 1.96 1989 More
30
Russian Federation
Guard 1.91 1994
31
Russian Federation
Forward 2.03 1982 More
41
Russian Federation
Forward 2.02 1986
42
United States of America
Center 1.98 1986 More
44
United States of America
Center 2.03 1986 More
 
Head Coach
Country
   
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Greece
   
EuroLeague 2017-18
Accumulated Statistics - All phases
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Club info

CSKA entered the 2016-17 campaign as the defending champion and showed it meant business by setting a club record for scoring with 109 in an opening night road win at Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul. CSKA won its first six games before losing at Darussafaka Dogus Istanbul and then reeled off six more victories to sit atop the standings at 12-1. The team initially survived the loss of reigning MVP Nando De Colo to injury, but then Milos Teodosic was also banged up and a drop in form followed. However, CSKA remained near the top of the standings and after a four-game winning run that culminated in early March with another win over Galatasaray, the team clinched a playoff berth with five games to spare. Its 22-8 record would see CSKA finish the regular season in second place and face Baskonia Vitoria Gasteiz in the playoffs. Milos Teodosic totaled 38 points and 13 assists in the first two games, the second of which saw Kyle Hines collect an offensive rebound and sink a pair of free throws with 1.1 seconds remaining to lift CSKA to a tough 84-82 victory and 2-0 series lead. Game 3 would also go down to the wire, but thanks to 21 points from Cory Higgins and a defensive stop by Hines at the buzzer, CSKA completed the sweep and books its spot at the Final Four. Old rival Olympiacos Piraeus got the best of CSKA in a tight semifinal, though the army men finished their trip to Istanbul by routing Real Madrid to finish the season in third place.

EuroLeague

SEASON COMPETITION RECORD FINISH
2016-17 EuroLeague 26-9 Semifinals
2015-16 EuroLeague 24-5 Champion
2014-15 EuroLeague 26-4 Semifinals
2013-14 EuroLeague 22-9 Semifinals
2012-13 EuroLeague 24-6 Semifinals
2011-12 EuroLeague 19-3 Runner-up
2010-11 EuroLeague 3-7 Regular Season
2009-10 EuroLeague 17-5 Semifinals
2008-09 EuroLeague 16-5 Runner-up
2007-08 EuroLeague 20-5 Champion
2006-07 EuroLeague 22-3 Runner-up
2005-06 EuroLeague 19-5 Champion
2004-05 EuroLeague 21-3 Semifinals
2003-04 EuroLeague 17-5 Semifinals
2002-03 EuroLeague 17-5 Semifinals
2001-02 EuroLeague 11-9 Top 16
TOTAL: 304-88
History

CSKA Moscow stands tall among the very best clubs in competition history. Founded in 1924, CSKA was the dominant force in the Soviet League with 24 titles between 1945 and 1990. Legendary players wore its colors over the years such as Sergei Belov, Vladimir Tkachenko, Gennadiy Volnov, Vladimir Andreev, Anatoli Myshkin and Sergei Tarakanov in addition to Hall of Fame head coach Alexander Gomelskiy. CSKA and Real Madrid dominated the European Cup in the 1960s and the team remained competitive in the 1970s and through the mid-1980s. CSKA won its first EuroLeague title in 1961 and lifted the trophy again in 1963, 1969 and 1971. The birth of the Russian League gave CSKA a new arena to dominate and it proceeded to win nine consecutive crowns between 1992 and 2000. CSKA returned to the European elite by reaching the EuroLeague Final Four in 1996 and the SuproLeague Final Four in 2001 behind a young Andrei Kirilenko. The club once again became the undisputed force in Russian basketball and Coach Dusan Ivkovic led CSKA to three consecutive Final Fours between 2003 and 2005. Standing out was the 2004-05 season, when team compiled an incredible 60-4 record in all competitions, but did not win the EuroLeague title. That summer, Coach Ettore Messina arrived, and to a team with Theo Papaloukas, J.R. Holden, David Andersen and Marcus Brown, added Matjaz Smodis, Trajan Langdon and David Vanterpool. Massive success followed with four consecutive EuroLeague championship game appearances. In 2006 the team downed two-time defending champion Maccabi Tel Aviv in Prague for its first continental crown in 35 years. CSKA lost to Panathinaikos Athens in 2007, but then celebrated its sixth EuroLeague championship by again beating Maccabi in the 2008 final. A year later, CSKA rallied from 23 down against Panathinaikos, but Ramunas Siskauskas missed a chance for back-to-back crowns when his shot from downtown at the buzzer bounced out. CSKA returned to the Final Four in 2010 and reloaded for the 2011-12 season with Nenad Krstic, Milos Teodosic and Kirilenko – the latter of whom would earn EuroLeague MVP honors that season – only to let a 19-point lead slip in the title game against Olympiacos. In the two seasons that followed, with Messina back on the bench, CSKA got back to the Final Four semis, but lost to eventual champions Olympiacos and Maccabi. Dimitris Itoudis took charge in 2014, which is when 2016 MVP Nando De Colo signed. Together with Teodosic and 2016 Best Defender Kyle Hines, CSKA unleashed the league’s best offense to win its seventh EuroLeague crown in 2016 by beating Fenerbahce Istanbul in overtime in Berlin. Last season, the gang was back and as dominant as ever on offense to return to the championship game, but Olympiacos proved too strong in the semifinal Istanbul. Still, the season ended in celebration as CSKA captured its sixth consecutive VTB United League title.

Trophy Case

Euroleague: (7) 1961, 1963, 1969, 1971, 2006, 2008, 2016
VTB United League: (7) 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Russian National League: (24) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Russian National Cup: (4) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010
USSR National League: (24) 1945, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 1982, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1990
USSR National Cup: (3) 1972, 1973, 1982
NEBL: 2000
Average Records - All seasons
Category Season Value
Index Rating 2015-16 105.90
Points 2015-16 90.97
Total Rebounds 2014-15 37.17
Assists 2014-15 20.80
Steals 2005-06 13.92
Blocks 2014-15 4.17
2-pointers made 2001-02 24.95
3-pointers made 2015-16 10.03
Free throws made 2016-17 18.80
President:
Andrey Vatutin
Club Address:
Leningradsky Prospect, 39 125167 Moscow - Russia
Arena:
MEGASPORT ARENA
3, Khodynskiy Blv., 125252 Moscow