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2001-2010

A new century brought sweeping changes to the sport of basketball, including the inauguration of the Euroleague, rule changes, the creation of squads and the globalisation of the NBA. This decade stands out as one in which the club strived to win more trophies and build on the their prestige.

In the 2000-01 season a new competition was born: the Euroleague. With it, the clubs adapted the historic European Cup (later called the European League) to the modern era. The first ever game was Real Madrid-Olympiakos, played at the old Ciudad Deportiva, which was renamed Raimundo Saporta in 1999. It wasn’t luck of the draw, but recognition that Real Madrid were the kings of Europe.
 

2001 - 2010
  1. HERREROS THE MATCH-WINNER

    Alberto Herreros' final minutes as a basketball player earned Real Madrid an ACB League title, as the Madrileño delivered the perfect end to a historic career.

  2. TRIUMPH IN THE COPA ULEB

    On the 10th of April 2007, Real Madrid joined the Copa ULEB winners list. Charles Smith was the MVP of the final against Lietuvos

  3. Sergio Llull: power and daring

    Besides those titles, some of the best news of the 2006-07 season was the signing of Sergio Llull. The man from Mahón did not take long to win over the Madrid public

  4. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE

    In 2009 Llull joined forces with Sergio Rodríguez, brought in from the NBA, to form a frighteningly good point guard partnership

The most incredible final

Among the long list of finals that Real Madrid have been involved in throughout their history, the showdown for the ACB League in 2005 was one of the most unforgettable. With the Whites up against Tau, the sides' playoff series for the title went down to game five, which was played in Vitoria. It proved an even clash, but in the final minutes the hosts managed to pull away on the scoreboard. Holding an eight-point lead with 42 seconds remaining, their fans were already starting to celebrate the League. However, Madrid refused to give up, putting together quick attacks and good defensive plays to turn the match on its head. Alberto Herreros sealed a 69-70 final score with a three-pointer from the corner that went down in history, both for the title that it brought and because it was his final contribution as a basketball player. The Madrid-born small forward closed out his career as the all-time highest scorer in the ACB League (8,995 points) and became sporting director in the club's basketball section.

The most incredible final

An exciting team

In 2006, Real Madrid handed over the reigns to Joan Plaza, who was the previous assistant coach. The result of this change was the assembling of a squad who swept through the ACB with players who are part of the club’s history, like Felipe Reyes (MVP in the final) and Louis Bullock. In 2007 Madrid also won the ULEB Cup, their first European title since 1997. Another of the season’s great successes was the incorporation of youngster Sergio Llull.

An exciting team
HONOURS
ULEB Cup - 1

ULEB Cup

1
Leagues - 2

Leagues

2
Christmas Tournaments - 2

Christmas Tournaments

2
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