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Real Madrid completed a perfect year by winning the Intercontinental Cup in Sao Paulo

Real Madrid won all five titles in an historic year: Euroleague, League, Intercontinental Cup, Copa del Rey and Super Cup.

On 27 September 2014 Real Madrid won the Endesa Super Cup in Vitoria. That title against Barcelona marked the beginning of what is now the basketball side's best season of all-time, following success in the Euroleague, League, Copa del Rey, Endesa Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup in Sao Paulo. An unprecedented five-title haul.

Over the last year, one name has reigned over national and international basketball: Real Madrid. The most decorated club in European basketball  has dominated all of the official competitions it has participated in. At the Gimnasio Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, the setting of the club's fourth Intercontinental Club triumph 34 years, the side lead by Pablo Laso closed out a perfect year.

The path to success

In September 2014 Real Madrid began their historic season by being crowned champions of the Endesa Super Cup after beating Barcelona 99-78 with Llull named MVP. In February 2015, the side led by Pablo Laso won the Copa del Rey in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, again against Barcelona, winning 77-71. This time, Rudy Fernández was named MVP in the competition.

In May, the most anxiously awaited title for all of the Madrid fans arrived: la Novena. Real Madrid won the Euroleague at the Palacio de los Deportes, the best possible setting. The Whites defeated Obradovic's Fenerbahçe Ulker in the semi-finals (96-87) and won against Olympiacos in the final (78-59). Andrés Nocioni was named MVP of the Final Four.

ALONG WITH OLIMPIA MILANO AND PALLACANESTRO VARESE, MADRID ARE THE ONLY SIDE TO WIN THE EUROPEAN CUP, LEAGUE, CUP AND INTERCONTINENTAL CUP IN THE SAME YEAR.

At the end of June, Real Madrid were crowned champions of the Endesa League after showing real superiority in their 3-0 win against Barcelona in the final (78-72, 100-80 and 85-90). The Whites had an almost perfect playoff series, winning eight of their nine games. Before reaching the final, they defeated Herbalife Gran Canaria in the quarter-finals (2-0) and Valencia Basket in the semi-finals (3-1). Felipe Reyes was named MVP in the League while Sergio Llull got the award in the final. 

Real Madrid were not satisfied by winning four titles in the same season, a feat that had only been achieved in European basketball by Pallacanestro Varese (1970 and 1973), Olimpia Milano (1987) and Jugoplastika  Split (1991). In Sao Paulo, against the South American champions, Bauru, Madrid had to make a comeback in the second game of the final (91-79) after losing 91-90 in the first match. Brazil crowned Real Madrid, a side that is now legendary.

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