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Krešimir Ćosić Cup

The Krešimir Ćosić Cup is the national basketball cup of Croatia. The cup has been played for since 1992.

Contents

  • Title holders 1
  • The Finals 2
  • Performance by club 3
  • Players with 3 or more trophies 4

Title holders

The Finals

Year Host Venue Champion Runner Up Final MVP F4 Top Scorer
1991–92 Dvorana Mladosti, Rijeka Split (Slobodna Dalmacija) Cibona 88-85 Žan Tabak Velimir Perasović (51pts)
1992–93 Dvorana Doma mladosti, Pula Split (Slobodna Dalmacija) Zadar 75-64 Aramis Naglić Zdravko Radulović (46pts)
1993–94 ŠD Zrinjevac, Osijek Split (Croatia Osiguranje) Cibona 86-76 Steve Colter Steve Colter (49pts)
1994–95 ŠD Gospino polje, Dubrovnik Cibona Zrinjevac 91-75 Gerrod Abram Zdravko Radulović (2) (54pts)
1995–96 Dvorana Mladosti, Rijeka Cibona Split (Croatia Osiguranje) 68-64 Ivica Žurić Mario Gašparović (44pts)
1996–97 KC Dražen Petrović, Zagreb Split (Croatia Osiguranje) Cibona 72-67 Ante Grgurević Petar Maleš (44pts)
1997–98 Dvorana Jazine, Zadar Zadar Zagreb 82-70 Emilio Kovačić Emilio Kovačić (46pts)
1998–99 Dvorana Gripe, Split Cibona (VIP) Split 70-69 Chucky Atkins Mark Miller (44pts)
1999–00 KC Dražen Petrović, Zagreb Zadar Cibona (VIP) 71-62 Dino Rađa Dino Rađa (58pts)
2000–01 KC Dražen Petrović, Zagreb Cibona (VIP) Zadar 73-59 Gordan Giriček Matej Mamić (36pts)
2001–02 Dvorana Jazine, Zadar Cibona (VIP) Zadar 88-84 Nikola Prkačin Josip Sesar (41pts)
2002–03 Dvorana Gripe, Split Zadar Cibona (VIP) 72-59 Marko Popović Marko Popović (35pts)
2003–04 Dvorana Jazine, Zadar Split (Croatia Osiguranje) Zadar 74-72 Damir Rančić Damir Rančić/ Emilio Kovačić (35pts)
2004–05 Dvorana Jazine, Zadar Zadar Cibona (VIP) 94-89
2005–06 ŠD Mladost, Karlovac Zadar Zagreb 84-69
2006–07 Dvorana Jazine, Zadar Zadar Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) 90-83
2007–08 Dvorana Trnsko, Zagreb Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) Cibona 75-73
2008–09 Dvorana Krešimira Ćosića, Zadar Cibona Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) 73-63
2009–10 Dvorana Trnsko, Zagreb Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) Cibona 81-74 Damir Mulaomerović
2010–11 KC Dražen Petrović, Zagreb Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) Zadar 91-85 Mario Kasun Mario Kasun
2011–12 Dvorana Trnsko, Zagreb Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia Osiguranje) 74-72 Matjaž Smodiš Matjaž Smodiš
2012–13 KC Dražen Petrović, Zagreb Cibona Cedevita 77-76 Bracey Wright (36pts)
2013–14 Dom sportova, Zagreb Cedevita Zagreb 86-68 Miralem Halilović (32pts)
2014–15 SD Borovo naselje, Vukovar Cedevita Zadar 86-82 James Florence (54pts)

Performance by club

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Cibona 7 8 1995, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2013
Zadar 6 6 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007
Split 5 2 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 2004
Zagreb 3 6 2008, 2010, 2011
Cedevita 3 1 2012, 2014, 2015
Zrinjevac 0 1

Players with 3 or more trophies

Cups Player
7 Nikola Prkačin
6 Josip Vranković
5 Jakov Vladović
4 Pankracije Barać
Davor Kus
Branimir Longin
Damir Mulaomerović
Damir Tvrdić
3 Petar Babić
Filip Bašljan
Miro Bilan
Toni Dijan
Todor Gečevski
Julius Johnson
Jure Lalić
Davor Marcelić
Aramis Naglić
Sandro Nicević
Hrvoje Oršulić
Hrvoje Perinčić
Jure Ružić
Krunoslav Simon
Tomislav Zubčić
Luka Žorić
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