ALBA managed only one victory – over Cedevita Zagreb – before bowing out. ALBA advanced to the German Cup semifinals where it lost to Bayern and then placed sixth in the German League with an 18-14 mark, but fell to Bayern 3-1 in the quarterfinals to end its season.Founded in 1989 as BG Charlottenburg, the club changed its name to ALBA two years later and soon started its string of success and its journey to becoming a top-class basketball organization widely respected around the continent.POF Plenty of Fish wins #1 Sketch City, and your profile picture is all that matters to most. In a weekend, you might get 99 inquiries for chill and 1 for Netflix. Christian Mingle If you’re picky (which I am– hence a specialized dating site), Christian Mingle might give you a killer selection like it gave me: two locals and one guy from Ohio. Bottom line: seems like a great idea until you match with two Muggles and one wizard from Durmstrang. ALBA also made it back to the German League finals before losing to FC Bayern Munich.
The next stage proved much tougher with the two eventual finalists, Unicaja Malaga and Valencia Basket in the same group.
A true powerhouse in German basketball, last season marked the ninth in a row in which ALBA Berlin advanced at least one stage in either the Euro League or Euro Cup, even if it will not go down among the most memorable.
A strong start to its Euro Cup campaign featured a road win at RETAbet Bilbao Basket and a couple of wins at home to reach the midway point of the regular season tied for the best record in Group B at 3-1.
By raising the 1995 Korac Cup behind Sasa Obradovic, Teo Alibegovic and Coach Svetislav Pesic, ALBA became the first German team to win a European trophy.
What followed was dominance on the home front as Berlin reeled off seven consecutive German League titles.