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Aris Basketball
Basketball
Club (Greek: Άρης K.A.E., transliterated into English Aris B.S.A.)[3] known in European competitions as Aris Thessaloniki,[4] is the professional basketball team of the major Thessaloniki-based Greek multi-sport club A.C. Aris Thessaloniki. Aris BC was founded in 1922, eight years after the founding of the multi-sport club and the football team. Their traditional home arena is Alexandreio Melathron
Alexandreio Melathron
(Nick Galis Hall). Aris BC is one of the most successful Greek basketball clubs of all time, tallying ten Greek League championships and eight Greek Cups, making the Double four times (1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90). They have also won three European titles: the FIBA
FIBA
Saporta Cup (1992–93), the FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup
Korać Cup
(1996–97) and the FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge (2002–03). They are also one of only two non-relegated teams from the Greek League, with participation in every Greek First Division Championship until today (the other team is Panathinaikos). Aris holds the record for the most straight wins in the Greek League, at an amazing 80 consecutive wins in a row. Before the arrival of Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
to Aris, and the first European successes of the team, Greek basketball wasn't as competitive as it was in other European countries. Consequently, Aris helped to establish basketball in Greece, and to greatly increase its popularity across the country. Under the leadership of the legendary duo of Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
and Panagiotis Giannakis, Aris was the dominant force in Greek basketball during the 1980s and early 1990s. It is for this period of dominance that Aris BC has been nicknamed "The Emperor", and was voted the most successful Greek sporting club of the 20th century.[5] Aris is also one of the most renown Greek clubs in European basketball, participating in three consecutive FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup Final Fours, and later on winning three lower-tier level European titles. The historic win of the FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup
Korać Cup
in the 1996–97 season in particular, bolstered the notion that Aris has a unique place in the history of Greek basketball, and in the history of Greek sports in general. Well-known notable players that have played with the club over the years, among others, include: Nikos Galis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Filippou, Lefteris Subotić, Miroslav Pecarski, Reggie Theus, Walter "The Truth" Berry, Roy Tarpley, Stojko Vranković, Žarko Paspalj, Edgar Jones, Tiit Sokk, Panagiotis Liadelis, Harold Ellis, Joe Arlauckas, Giorgos Sigalas, José Ortiz, Andrew Betts, Nikos Chatzivrettas, Nestoras Kommatos, Will Solomon, Smush Parker, Michalis Kakiouzis, Dimos Dikoudis, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Jeremiah Massey, Kostas Papanikolaou, Kostas Sloukas, Bryant Dunston, and Sasha Vezenkov.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Early history 1.2 Legendary years: Galis, Giannakis and Ioannidis era (1978–1993)

1.2.1 1978–79 Greek Champions 1.2.2 Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
arrives (1979) 1.2.3 1982–83 Greek Champions 1.2.4 The coming of Giannakis and the domination in Greece 1.2.5 1985–1991: 7 consecutive Greek Championships (5 Doubles) 1.2.6 European distinction 1.2.7 Favourite team in Greece 1.2.8 The Aris–PAOK rivalry 1.2.9 1992–93 FIBA
FIBA
European Cup Winners

1.3 Years of crisis and mismanagement (1993–2003)

1.3.1 1996–97 FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup
Korać Cup
Winners 1.3.2 A miracle

2 Recent history

2.1 2003–14

2.1.1 2002–03 season 2.1.2 2002–03 FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge Winners 2.1.3 2003–04 season 2.1.4 2004–05 season 2.1.5 2005–06 season 2.1.6 2006–07 season 2.1.7 2007–14

2.2 2015–present

3 Roster

3.1 Depth chart 3.2 Retired numbers

4 Honours

4.1 Domestic competitions 4.2 European competitions 4.3 Other competitions 4.4 Individual club awards

5 Individual honours 6 Records and statistics

6.1 Greek League records

7 Sponsors and Manufacturers

7.1 Crest evolution

8 Arena 9 Nick Galis Cup 10 Top performances in European & Worldwide competitions 11 The road to the three European Cup victories

11.1 1992–93 FIBA
FIBA
European Cup 11.2 1996–97 FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup 11.3 2002–03 FIBA
FIBA
Europe Champions Cup

12 The road to the Great European Journeys

12.1 1987–88 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup 12.2 1988–89 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup 12.3 1989–90 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup 12.4 2005–06 ULEB Cup

13 Season-by-season 14 Aris head coaches by season 15 Notable players

15.1 Greek national team players

16 Management

16.1 Ownership & Current Board 16.2 Medical team

17 See also 18 References 19 External links

History[edit] Early history[edit]

Faidon Matthaiou, player and later head coach of the team, considered the Patriarch of Greek basketball

Aris BC, the basketball branch of Aris Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
AC, was founded in 1922, 8 years after the founding of Aris AC. The sport of basketball was still new to Greece
Greece
then, having been introduced in the country in 1919. In those days, the teams shared a single open-air court, and Aris competed in the local Thessaoloniki regional championship, which it won 5 times, in the years 1926–30. The first nationwide Greek Championship was held in 1927–28, and Aris BC won its first Greek championship title on 23 April 1930, after beating ΧΑΝΘ with a score of 32–22. Aris quickly created a remarkable tradition in basketball, with notable figures, like Faidon Matthaiou
Faidon Matthaiou
(considered the Patriarch of Greek basketball) and Anestis Petalidis, who was coach of the team for almost two decades. The first appearance by Aris in an official international European-wide competition was during the 1966–67 season, when they participated in the 2nd-tier level European Cup Winner's Cup, as the Greek League runners-up. From that season onward, Aris acquired the Alexandreio Melathron
Alexandreio Melathron
as its home court, which it still is to this day. Legendary years: Galis, Giannakis and Ioannidis era (1978–1993)[edit] 1978–79 Greek Champions[edit]

Giannis Ioannidis

The post-World War II Greek League period was marked by the dominance of basketball teams from Athens, but this all began to change in 1979. In that year, Aris won their first Greek League championship in the modern era, largely through the inspired play of Charis Papageorgiou, and the coaching of Giannis Ioannidis, an ex-player of the team. It helped provide the spark for the complete domination of Greek basketball by Aris, during the second half of the 1980s and the early 1990s. Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
arrives (1979)[edit]

European basketball legend Nikos Galis, FIBA Hall of Fame
FIBA Hall of Fame
inaugural inductee, and Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame inductee, widely regarded as one of the all-time greatest players in both European and FIBA International basketball history.

If that first Greek championship was the spark, then the fuel for Aris' brilliant stint at the top of the sport was undoubtedly Nikos Galis, thought by many Greek basketball fans to be the best Greek basketball player of all time, and one of the best ever in Europe. Galis, the son of Rhodian immigrants from New Jersey, signed on to the team in October 1979, and played his first game against Iraklis Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
in December of that year, scoring 30 points. Fred Develey, the former coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv, who later became coach of Aris, was instrumental in convincing the management that Galis would not only change Greek basketball, but that he would change also Greek basketball in Europe. The management was more concerned about his lack of height than his ability, until they saw him play. 1982–83 Greek Champions[edit] It would take another four years for Aris to rise to the top of the Greek League again, winning the national championship in 1983, with Galis taking the game in Greece
Greece
to new heights, showing coordination and creativity that was then (some would argue even now) unprecedented in Greek courts, and almost beating powerhouse rivals like Olympiacos and Panathinaikos single-handed. That year also marked the return of Giannis Ioannidis
Giannis Ioannidis
to the Aris bench as coach. A very successful 1983–1984 season had a bitter ending, as Aris battled for both the Greek League championship and the Greek Cup, but lost the national cup final to crosstown rivals PAOK, and the league championship game to Panathinaikos Athens, under dubious circumstances. A taste of things to come, however, had been offered during Aris' games against Maccabi Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv
in the qualifying round for the first-tier level FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup (EuroLeague), in the fall of 1983. Aris was narrowly eliminated by the very powerful Israeli League team, but not before posting an away win at Tel Aviv, something that no other European team had managed to do for many years. The coming of Giannakis and the domination in Greece[edit] 1985–1991: 7 consecutive Greek Championships (5 Doubles)[edit]

Panagiotis Giannakis, "The Dragon", one of the greatest point guards in European basketball history

Disappointment did not get much in the way of Aris' progress. With the financial support of Akis Michailides, a successful Greek businessman and President of the team, one of the most crucial transfers ever in the Greek League occurred after the 1983–1984 season, when Aris brought Panagiotis Giannakis
Panagiotis Giannakis
to the team from Ionikos Nikaias. Nikos Galis now had a first-class partner. The result was total carnage for other teams. The lethal back court blazed through the Greek League for seven consecutive years, with the help of players such as Nikos Filippou, Michalis Romanidis, Lefteris Subotić, Georgios Doxakis, Vassilis Lipiridis, and others, winning 7 Greek League championships, and 5 Greek Cups (with one Greek Cup being memorably lost to Panathinaikos in 1986, with Galis performing surprisingly poorly in a single-elimination game in Athens). Especially between 1985–1988, the question was not who the Greek League champion would be, but if Aris would go undefeated or not, as the club won an unparalleled 80 games in a row at one point.[6] European distinction[edit] In the 1984–1985 season, came Aris' first significant European success: Aris reached the semifinals of the 3rd-tier level Korać Cup, eventually losing to Pallacanestro Varese
Pallacanestro Varese
of the Italian League, and without the services of Galis for the first game in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
(he was injured in practice 3 days before the game). Aris formed the backbone of the senior men's Greek national basketball team, sending Galis, Giannakis, Filippou, Romanidis, and Lipiridis (to help Greece
Greece
win the gold medal at the EuroBasket 1987, and the silver medal at the EuroBasket 1989). The back court combination of Galis-Giannakis first came to European prominence at the 1986 FIBA World Championship in Spain, where upstarts Greece
Greece
performed surprisingly well, while Galis won the top-scorer of the tournament award. It was during that year, 1986, that Aris made headlines in Europe in the FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup (EuroLeague) qualifying round. Having been unceremoniously eliminated by Limoges of the French League in 1985 (1985–86 season), Aris was arbitrarily paired against Olimpia Milano in the qualifying round. An insurmountable task, considering that Olimpia were arguably the best team in Europe, and furthermore had acquired Bob McAdoo, possibly the best American player (still) to ever play in Europe. Aris, sporting Nikos Galis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Lefteris Subotić, and a third rate American player, Jackson, managed an unbelievable win in Thessaloniki, by 31 points, almost assuring the elimination of Olimpia, and an advancement into the final group of the 6 best European teams. However, the return leg game saw Olimpia win by 34 points, thus eliminating Aris. Galis was absent due to an injury problem. Aris had to wait for another year to compete in Europe again, but their strength had been established. In 1987, Aris was not paired against an established FIBA
FIBA
European Champions' Cup (now called EuroLeague) team, and thus advanced to the final round of the 8 best European champions. The same was achieved in the next four years, and while Aris did not win the FIBA
FIBA
European Champions' Cup, they were very successful in the tournaments, reaching the Final Four of the tournament in 1988, 1989, and 1990. By then, Aris had become a household name in basketball in Europe. Favourite team in Greece[edit] The most important contribution of Aris to Greek basketball, was the establishment of the sport in Greece
Greece
as an almost pure viewing spectacle. Aris (chiefly through the play of Nikos Galis) elevated the measly standards that previously existed among Greek teams, to new heights that demanded the attention of the sports fans. It was a team that mesmerized audiences that were used to boring styles of play, and showed flashes of brilliance night in and night out. The fervent desire to see the team they supported win, quite evident in the Greek people, succumbed to the enjoyment that the fans received from watching a team perform in such an entertaining fashion, even while dismantling their opponents. Greek League arenas were completely sold out wherever Aris was playing, the opponents' fans were applauding Aris for their performance, and many of the streets in towns and cities were empty when Aris played European games. As Greeks throughout the country were glued to their TV sets, to watch the inspired play of Galis and company. Such was the impact that basketball briefly overtook football as the most popular sport in Greece. For example, Aris was playing basketball with other European teams every Thursday night. From that time, and even up until to 2003, every Thursday night, cinemas in Greece
Greece
offered tickets at reduced prices. The Aris–PAOK rivalry[edit] A special reference must be made to the rivalry between Aris and PAOK. The two clubs are fierce rivals in all sports, but the Aris and PAOK basketball face-offs had a distinct flavor between 1985 and 1992, as they were the top two basketball teams in Greece
Greece
at that time. In games where a defeat is more than just a lost game, the mood of most of the fans of either Aris or PAOK, is quite seriously affected, for some time following a defeat to their opponents.

Zvi Sherf, head coach of the team (1992–93)

The most memorable game between Aris and PAOK was the third playoff game between the two teams in 1991. Aris had a 2-game lead, aftre winning the first two games of the series, but PAOK managed to even the score with 2 victories in the first 2 playoff games, so, naturally, they had the momentum going into the 5th game of the best-of-seven series. PAOK was up by 4 points, almost 10 seconds before the end of that 5th game. What followed left bad memories for many PAOK fans: Aris' Panagiotis Giannakis
Panagiotis Giannakis
scored a quick 2-point basket, reducing the deficit to 2 points. A sloppy in-bounds pass from PAOK was then stolen by Aris' Dinos Angelidis, who then passed the ball to Nikos Galis, who (while being guarded by a frenzied John Korfas) started to penetrate, but then Galis passed the ball to Giannakis, who promptly drilled a 3-pointer at the buzzer. Aris went on to win the next playoff game, and thus win the 1991 Greek League championship. 1992–93 FIBA
FIBA
European Cup Winners[edit] In 1992, Aris won the Greek Cup, versus AEK Athens. That Greek Cup Final was quite significant, since it marked Galis' last game with Aris. The player who almost by himself, had made basketball hugely popular in Greece, had won 8 Greek League championships and 6 Greek Cups with Aris, in 13 years. The team's management made what was proven to be a mistake in their plans for the 1992–93 season. The President (Mitroudis), in cooperation with Steve Giatzoglou (the team's new head coach), decided to build the new team around Giannakis, instead of around Galis. Even though Roy Tarpley
Roy Tarpley
was signed by the team, and Aris was dominating at the start of the season, things eventually fell apart. Irresponsible team management, in conjunction with a lack of discipline, led to the team finishing in the 5th spot in the final standings of the Greek League. However, a surprise European-wide success came for the team, as Aris won the European 2nd-tier level European Cup, after beating Efes Pilsen, by a score of 48–50, in a very dramatic game, in which Aris won their first European-wide title. Years of crisis and mismanagement (1993–2003)[edit] With the departure of Michailides from the team's presidency in 1992, a long period of financial mismanagement of the club began, with the result that the club became indebted, and the team declined, especially in the Greek League. With the exception of advancing to the semifinals of the Cup Winners' Cup of 1994, those two seasons (1993–94, 1994–95) were marked by players (Panagiotis Giannakis, Vangelis Vourtzoumis, Miroslav Pecarski, Vassilis Lipiridis, and Michail Misunov) filing lawsuits against the team, for not receiving their salaries and bonus incentives. Repeated wrong choices of foreign players, changing of coaches, as well as inept management by the ownership, were the highlights, rather than success on the court. Well-known Terry Catledge fled the team, Sam Vincent and Sean Higgins were released, while other inappropriate player choices, such as Anthony Frederick and Chris King were made. Despite all of this, the usual support of the fans, combined with the rise of some Greek players (Dinos Angelidis and Panagiotis Liadelis) supported Aris, and the team managed to qualify for the Korać Cup
Korać Cup
of the next year. 1996–97 FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup
Korać Cup
Winners[edit] The 1995–96 season can be considered as a messenger of a change in Aris' fate. With Soulis Markopoulos as the team's head coach, Aris played disciplined basketball, with an extra emphasis on defense (perhaps for the first time in Aris' history). Panagiotis Liadelis and Dinos Angelidis, along with the unexpectedly good Harold Ellis, started to draw the crowds back into Alexandreio Melathron. That Aris team beat their arch-rivals PAOK, once during the Greek League regular season, while also advancing to a 4-team group in the European-wide Korać Cup, where they almost got first place in their group. It was clear that things were on the upswing once again for the club. In the summer of 1996, something extraordinary happened for Aris. The team's main sponsor, Zafiris Samoladas, spent a huge amount of money, and revitalized the team. José Ortíz, Charles Shackleford, Tzanis Stavrakopoulos, Floros, Mario Boni, Papadatos, and Cholopoulos joined the team, which, all of a sudden, appeared to be very strong and with exceptional depth at every position. The team started well, by beating PAOK and Panathinaikos, but faltered against Olympiacos, both in the Greek League championship, and for the Greek Cup, losing both games in Thessaloniki, and prompting the firing of Markopoulos. Subotić, one of the team's 3 key players from the 1987–1992 era, took over as head coach, and produced some satisfactory results, but Aris still displayed a lot of the disadvantages of a newly formed team. Aris, though, had a spectacular run to the Korać Cup
Korać Cup
title, Beşiktaş of the Turkish League, Beobanka of the Yugoslavian League, Peristeri of the Greek League, and Benetton Treviso of the Italian League, were all eliminated by Aris during the competition, in dramatic fashion, with the overtime return leg game in Italy
Italy
reminding many of the old glory days of Aris in Europe. The Korać Cup
Korać Cup
Final was against Tofaş Bursa
Bursa
of the Turkish League, and there couldn't be a more satisfying way of winning the Korać Cup. Aris, the heavy favorites, lost in shocking fashion by 11 points in the first game in Thessaloniki. Centuries old passions and nationalistic enmity resurfaced, as the Turks, feeling assured of the Korać Cup
Korać Cup
win at that stage, were waiting to give the final blow in Bursa. Fortunately for Aris' fans and Greek fans, the difference in talent and coaching showed in the game in Bursa, where Aris dramatically won by 18 points (70–88), in an arena filled with fanatic spectators, who finally broke down and started hurling debris towards the court, when the outcome was evident. It was a remarkable moment, as Panagiotis Liadelis, Dinos Angelidis, Giannis Sioutis, and the other Greek players, lifted the Korać Cup inside the Turkish arena, and filled millions of Greeks with pride. That was proven to be the high point of the season. Aris returned to the Greek League games, and in idiotic fashion, lost three games against inferior opponents Panionios, Papagou, and Peiraikos. In the 1997–98 season, which was yet to start, Aris was sort of an enigma. Having retained all but one (Charles Shackleford) of its main players, and having signed Žarko Paspalj, Tiit Sokk, and Nasos Galakteros, the talent was still there, although rebounding problems were sure to appear. The hiring of Efthimis Kioumourtzoglou as head coach was viewed skeptically by many, as he was regarded as an old-fashioned coach who employed aged and predictable tactics for his teams' play. Samoladas had stepped down from the team's sponsor position, and the team still did not have a wealthy sponsor, or a certain source of revenue to pay for the players' high salaries. Qualification for the EuroLeague
EuroLeague
was critical that season, but not many of Aris' fans believed it was a realistic goal, as Olympiacos, AEK Athens, and Panathinaikos seemed to be way ahead in terms of personnel and financial status. Still, miracles can happen. A miracle[edit] Miracles can happen, and this sentence was perfectly understood by the Aris club players. Suddenly, José Ortíz left in mid-January 1998, due to the fact that the team didn't have the money to pay him. Tiit Sokk followed him on his way out as well. The leadership of Lefteris Hatzopoulos ended, Efthimis Kioumourtzoglou was no longer the team's head coach, and Aris was in God's hands, while some of the most dramatic moments in the club's history were taking place. The club had no money, but they had plenty of soul. Within two weeks, they beat all of the considered to be big teams of Greece, (Olympiacos, PAOK, Panathinaiks, and AEK), beating the last two in the Final Four of the Greek Cup, and they became winners of the 1997–98 Greek Cup. Mario Boni was about to leave the team too, before the Greek Cup Final Four, but he stayed because he loved the team and its fans, and he helped the team a lot in this tremendous effort. Then he moved on to join Virtus Roma, as he couldn't stand it anymore either. Brave heart Aris continued with just 8 players thereafter in the season. Nonetheless, the downfall of Aris continued during the next years. Recent history[edit] 2003–14[edit] In 2003, the old Aris BC company was dissolved, due to the large amount of debts that it owed, and a new K.A.E (basketball club) was created. A group of local businessmen from Thessaloniki, through the "Genesis Association", decided to take the majority stake. 2002–03 season[edit]

Will Solomon

In October 2002, Aris beat Peristeri, at the eighth-finals of the Greek Cup, and proceeded to the Greek Cup Final Four for the first time since 1999. Aris' fans realized that the best was yet to come, as along with the qualification Aris, was a very competitive team that was among the top teams in Europe's 4th-tier level FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge. Among others, Aris had in its squad, players such as Will Solomon, Ryan Stack, Fedor Likholitov, Miroslav Raičević, and Ivan Grgat. However, the first attempt to regain the title of the Greek Cup was unsuccessful. The final four of the competition, held in Larissa, was the great rendezvous for all Aris fans around Greece. There were 3,500 crazy Aris fans in the sold out 5,500 capacity stadium of Larissa Neapolis Arena, and they did their best to support the team, in order to win the first Aris BC title since 1998. In the semifinal, Aris came back from a −24 point deficit, and finally beat Makedonikos by a score of 92–86. Aris proceeded on to the Greek Cup Final against rival Panathinaikos, whose task was much easier, as they had only needed to overcome Irakleio in the other semifinal. The Greek Cup Final, held the next day, was a very tight and competitive game, but at the end, some critical and partial decisions of the referees in favor of Panathinaikos, as well as the fatigue of Aris' players from the previous day's semifinal, were the decisive factors that gave Panathinaikos the title. However, Aris' fans renewed their rendezvous for the upcoming final four of FIBA
FIBA
Europe Champions Cup, that was going to take place in Alexandreio, at Thessaloniki. 2002–03 FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge Winners[edit] In front of 6,000 fans, that filled the Alexandreio Melathron
Alexandreio Melathron
stadium, as early as 2 hours before the starting jump-ball, Aris hosted KK Hemofarm of the Serbian League, for the semifinal game of the competition, on 2 May 2003. Aris was very nervous and needed a sudden wake-up in the second half, to overcome the difficulties of the game, and overcome the Serbian opponents. Aris was back in a European final. After 6 difficult and unbearable years. Now, there was only one game left to win a championship. The game would be against Prokom Trefl Sopot of the Polish League. Aris' fans were again ready at their positions, and created a unique atmosphere that remained the trademark of the competition. So on 5 May 2003, Aris and Prokom battled for the title. The game was almost the same as the previous one for Aris, and although a second-halftime wake-up call gave the impression that Aris had won the game, Prokom made an unexpected comeback, and was in the lead, 83–81, after a successful 3-point shot by Tomas Masiulis, with only 6 seconds left in the game. At that time, the "ghost" of "the Empire", the one that "led" Aris to its great 7-year reign during the late 1980s, appeared once again in the Alexandreio Melathron. Will Solomon drew a foul for Aris, against Prokom. He made the first free throw, then missed the second free throw, but Miroslav Raičević grabbed the rebound, and put the ball in the basket, and Aris won the game at the very end, by a score of 84–83. 2003–04 season[edit] The beginning of the 2003–04 season found Aris as a nomad inside its own city. Alexandreio Melathron
Alexandreio Melathron
was closed down, in order to get renovated for the 2004 Olympic Games, and Aris was obliged to play its home games in the 2,443 seat Ivanofeio Sports Arena, the home court of Iraklis. The season tickets were sold-out, and available tickets for each game were out of sight at each occasion. The constant packed atmosphere helped to lead Aris to great moments.

Nestoras Kommatos, top scorer of the 2003–04 Greek Basket League season

Aris was lucky enough that season to have probably its strongest team in a decade, as the club had well-known players that season like: Smush Parker, Toby Bailey, Nestoras Kommatos, Ryan Stack, Fedor Likholitov, and Miroslav Raičević. Aris eliminated Iraklis during the Greek Cup, and proceeded to the Greek Cup Final Four, for the second consecutive season. The Cup's Final Four that year was held at Lamia Indoor Hall Chalkiopoulio, in March. 2,600 Aris fans cheered the team on, as they overcame Apollon Patras in the Cup semifinal game, and proceeded to the final game against rival Olympiacos. During the Cup final game against Olympiacos, some Olympiacos fans acted out with some serious violent behavior, throwing fire rockets into the stands, where the Aris fans were seated and both teams' fans were subsequently forced by the referees to evacuate the arena. Because of the delay caused by this, the game lasted more than 4 hours. The game continued after the fans were escorted out. Aris' players were able to remain concentrated on the game, and were able to pull out the victory, by a score of 73–70, giving the club its 8th Greek Cup title. The Aris fans that had evacuated the stadium, had remained in their cars to listen to the radio broadcast of the game, and had also gathered at roadside cafes and bars, in order to be able watch the rest of the game on television. After the victory, the fans rushed out onto the streets, to celebrate, and were soon joined by the team itself in the street celebration, that eventually formed into a celebration convoy that headed back to Thessaloniki. At Thessaloniki, Aris' supporters gathered at the White Tower of Thessaloniki, which is the symbol of the city. The team's players climbed up to the top of the White Tower, to watch the crowd below them and to celebrate with them. On the other hand though, that same season, Aris was eliminated in the FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup by fellow Greek League club Maroussi, and it's rising star player, Vassilis Spanoulis. Aris lost the best of 3 games series, 2 games to 1, in the final eight round versus Maroussi. That same season, Aris was eliminated in the Greek Basket League
Greek Basket League
playoffs by AEK Athens, who managed to beat Aris at Ivanofeio in the quarterfinals. The Greek League playoff loss to AEK knocked Aris out of a EuroLeague position for the next season. 2004–05 season[edit] In the next season, Aris returned to its home arena, the newly renovated Alexandreio. Aris changed almost its entire squad that year, and added the young and talented player Sofoklis Schortsanitis. In October, Aris drew a bracket match up to play against Makedonikos in the Greek Cup semifinals. That season, there was no Final Four system, and the semifinal match up was a 2-game series, rather than a single-elimination game. Aris had to play its "home" game in the match up at the Larissa Neapolis Arena, instead of at Alexandreio Melathron, as a punishment for what had happened at the previous Greek Cup final game against Olympiacos, where the fans of both clubs had gotten out of control. Aris lost the game in Larissa, the first in the 2 game series, 73–74. The second game was held in Kozani, at Makedonikos' home. Makedonikos decided to make tickets for the game unavailable to Aris supporters. Nonetheless, about 500 Aris fans went to Kozani, and were able to secure tickets. They cheered the club on, as it won the second game, by a score of 89–78, and Aris advanced to the Greek Cup final game, as it had outscored Makedonikos by 10 points over the 2 games, and thus won the tie breaker. Aris had to play the EuroLeague powerhouse Panathinaikos in the final. The Cup final took place at Irakleio, on Crete, and the Hellenic Basketball
Basketball
Federation decided not to allow any tickets to the game to be sold to the fans of the two teams, but instead only to the local people of the Irakleio area. However, about 150 Aris fans were able to manage their way into the arena, to help support the club. The Cup final was a tough and hard fought game. Aris played well, but lost to Panathinaikos, by a 72–68 margin. The Aris players complained during the game (unfairly in all of the cases), about the refereeing. That same season Aris participated in a ULEB competition for the first time, as it was a part of the ULEB Cup (now called EuroCup) that year. The club's goal was of course to win the ULEB Cup, so that the team would secure a berth in the EuroLeague
EuroLeague
competition the following season. Aris proceeded to the Top-16 round of the ULEB Cup, where it was matched up against Lietuvos Rytas of the Baltic League (Lietuvos Rytas would be the team that would eventually go on to win the ULEB Cup championship) in a 2-game series. Aris split the two games with Rytas, but lost the series on the points aggregate differential of −2 points. That same season, Aris was also eliminated from the Greek League without taking home the national championship. The club was eliminated in a fashion that, was at the time, the worst possible scenario for both the team's players and fans, as Aris lost in the playoffs once again to AEK Athens. But what made the loss even more painful, was that AEK managed to secure the clinching series victory at Aris' home arena, the Alexandreio Melathron. 2005–06 season[edit] Aris finished the regular season of the Greek Basket League
Greek Basket League
in 4th place, with a 15–11 win-loss record. Aris lost to Panathinikos during the play-off semifinals, and had to face Maroussi in a best-of-5 series, for third place. With the series tied at 2–2, Aris went on to beat Maroussi, 59–63, in a dramatic game 5 in Athens. This earned Aris a return to the EuroLeague, after a 14-year absence, to the delight of its fans. Although Aris was eliminated from the Greek Cup, they managed to reach the ULEB Cup (now called EuroCup) final game, which was held at the Spiroudome
Spiroudome
in Charleroi, Belgium. Aris proceeded from the group phase to the Top 16 stage, where the team eliminated fellow Greek club Panionios, in a 2-game series. Aris won the first game in the series, by a score of 72–70, in Athens. In the second game at Alexandreio, Aris defeated Panionios, 112–105, in double overtime. Aris then eliminated the French Pro A League club ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne, with 2 victories, by scores of 67–60 and 77–67. In the semifinals, Aris then faced Hemofarm, in a repeat of the semifinal of the 2003 Champion's Cup. Aris lost by a score of 74–71, in the game in Serbia, and needed a late victory in the game in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
to make it to the final against Dynamo Moscow. On 11 April, Dynamo Moscow defeated Aris, 73–60, in the final, and won the ULEB Cup (EuroCup) championship. 2006–07 season[edit]

Kostas Sloukas

Aris performed outstandingly during the 2006–07 season of the Greek Basket League, finishing the regular season in second place, with a 21–5 win-loss record. Although this gave Aris a home court-advantage in the Best-of-5 playoff semifinal against Olympiacos, Aris lost game five by a score of 75–83, and had to face Panionios in the 3rd place series, and a chance at a renewed EuroLeague
EuroLeague
berth. Aris defeated Panionios 73–60 in game 5, securing their second consecutive EuroLeague
EuroLeague
appearance. The 2006–07 season also marked the return of Aris to the EuroLeague, for the first time since the 1991–92 season, a 15-year absence. Aris was placed in Group C, along with CSKA Moscow, FC Barcelona, Benetton Treviso, Pau Orthez, Eldo Napoli, Fenerbahçe, and Žalgiris Kaunas. With a 6–8 win-loss record, Aris managed to clinch 5th place in the group, and thus qualify to the Top 16. Aris was then placed in Group D, alongside Unicaja Málaga, Dynamo Moscow, and Benetton Treviso. Aris was eliminated from the competition, only managing a 1–5 win-loss record in the Top 16, and finishing at the bottom of the group.

Sasha Vezenkov

2007–14[edit] During the following years of this era, Aris continued to have only moderate success. Their best season was in 2010–11, when they finished in fourth place in the Greek League. During these years, the club continued to promote young talented players, such as Kostas Papanikolaou, Kostas Sloukas, Sasha Vezenkov, and others. 2015–present[edit] In 2015, a new era started for the club, as Nikolaos Laskaris became the club's new major shareholder. With head coach Dimitris Priftis, and new players in the team, Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
once again began aspiring to be competitive, with the goal to either return to the EuroLeague, or have success in the FIBA
FIBA
Champions League, during the upcoming years. Roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA
FIBA
sanctioned events. Players may hold other non- FIBA
FIBA
nationality not displayed.

Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
roster

Players Coaches

Pos. No. Nat. Name Ht. Wt. Age

4.5 !F/C 7000300000000000000♠3 MNE ! Maraš, Ivan 7000208000000000000♠2.08 m (6 ft 10 in)

000000001986-04-20-0000 31 – (1986-04-20)20 April 1986

1.5 !G 7000400000000000000♠4 GRE ! Bochoridis, Lefteris 7000196000000000000♠1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)

000000001994-04-18-0000 23 – (1994-04-18)18 April 1994

2.5 !G/F 7000500000000000000♠5 GRE ! Kalaitzakis, Panagiotis 7000199000000000000♠1.99 m (6 ft 6 in)

000000001999-01-02-0000 19 – (1999-01-02)2 January 1999

1.5 !G 7000700000000000000♠7 GRE ! Flionis, Dimitris 7000190000000000000♠1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

000000001997-04-08-0000 21 – (1997-04-08)8 April 1997

4.5 !F/C 7000900000000000000♠9 GRE ! Tsairelis, Michalis 7000208000000000000♠2.08 m (6 ft 10 in)

000000001988-02-23-0000 30 – (1988-02-23)23 February 1988

1.5 !G 7001110000000000000♠11 GRE ! Poulianitis, Stelios 7000190000000000000♠1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

000000001995-04-03-0000 23 – (1995-04-03)3 April 1995

4.5 !F/C 7001140000000000000♠14 GRE ! Christidis, Vassilis 7000208000000000000♠2.08 m (6 ft 10 in)

000000001998-07-10-0000 19 – (1998-07-10)10 July 1998

2.5 !G/F 7001160000000000000♠16 GRE ! Mourtos, Spyros (C) 7000198000000000000♠1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)

000000001990-12-05-0000 27 – (1990-12-05)5 December 1990

1.5 !G 7001170000000000000♠17 GRE ! Athinaiou, Ioannis 7000194000000000000♠1.94 m (6 ft 4 in)

000000001988-05-27-0000 29 – (1988-05-27)27 May 1988

3.0 !SF 7001180000000000000♠18 USA ! Prewitt, Omar 7000200999999999999♠2.01 m (6 ft 7 in)

000000001994-09-24-0000 23 – (1994-09-24)24 September 1994

3.5 !F 7001310000000000000♠31 AUT ! Douvier, Bryce 7000200999999999999♠2.01 m (6 ft 7 in)

000000001991-12-01-0000 26 – (1991-12-01)1 December 1991

2.0 !SG 7001440000000000000♠44 USA ! Bell Jr., Gary 7000190000000000000♠1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

000000001992-10-12-0000 25 – (1992-10-12)12 October 1992

Head coach

Vangelis Angelou

Assistant coach(es)

Savvas Kaberidis Thanasis Molyvdas Vaggelis Spyridis

Athletic trainer(s)

Panagiotis Zaloggos

Physiotherapist(s)

Charis Glaros

Team Manager

Vasilis Vourtzoumis

Legend

(C) Team captain

Injured

Roster

Updated: March 22, 2018[7]

Depth chart[edit]

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2

C Ivan Maraš Vassilis Christidis

PF Michalis Tsairelis Bryce Douvier

SF Spyros Mourtos Omar Prewitt

SG Lefteris Bochoridis Gary Bell Jr. Panagiotis Kalaitzakis

PG Ioannis Athinaiou Dimitris Flionis Stelios Poulianitis

Retired numbers[edit]

Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
retired numbers

No Nat. Player Position Tenure Date Retired

6

Nikos Galis SG 1979–1992 May 2013

Honours[edit] Total titles: 27 Domestic competitions[edit]

Greek League

Winners (10): 1929–30, 1978–79, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91 Runners-up (8): 1928-29, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1975–76, 1981–82, 1983-84

Greek Cup

Winners (8): 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1997–98, 2003–04 Runners-up (6): 1983–84, 1992–93, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2013–14, 2016–17

Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
Championship

Winners (6): 1925–26, 1926–27, 1927–28, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1957–58

European competitions[edit]

EuroLeague

3rd place (1): 1988–89 4th place (2): 1989–90, 1987–88 Final Four (3): 1988, 1989, 1990

FIBA
FIBA
Saporta Cup
Saporta Cup
(defunct)

Winners (1): 1992–93 Semifinalist (2): 1993–94, 1998–99

FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup
Korać Cup
(defunct)

Winners (1): 1996–97 Semifinalist (1): 1984–85

EuroCup Basketball

Runners-up (1): 2005–06

FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge

Winners (1): 2002–03

Other competitions[edit]

FIBA
FIBA
International Christmas Tournament (defunct)

3rd place (1): 1989

Individual club awards[edit]

Double

Winners (5): 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90

Individual honours[edit]

Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame

Nikos Galis

FIBA
FIBA
Hall of Fame

Nikos Galis

50 Greatest EuroLeague
EuroLeague
Contributors

Nikos Galis Panagiotis Giannakis

Mr. Europa

Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1987)

Euroscar
Euroscar
Award

Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1987)

EuroLeague
EuroLeague
Top Scorer

Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1991–92)

Greek League Top Scorer

Charis Papageorgiou (1975–76, 1978–79) Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91) Nestoras Kommatos
Nestoras Kommatos
(2003–04) Keydren Clark (2008–09) Sasha Vezenkov
Sasha Vezenkov
(2014–15)

Greek League Best Young Player

Dimitrios Tsaldaris
Dimitrios Tsaldaris
(2005–06) Kostas Papanikolaou
Kostas Papanikolaou
(2008–09) Kostas Sloukas
Kostas Sloukas
(2010–11) Sasha Vezenkov
Sasha Vezenkov
(2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15)

Greek League MVP

Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1991–92) Sasha Vezenkov
Sasha Vezenkov
(2014–15)

Greek League Finals MVP

Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91)

Greek League Top Rebounder

Roy Tarpley
Roy Tarpley
(1992–93) Spencer Nelson (2008–09)

Greek League Assist Leader

Panagiotis Giannakis
Panagiotis Giannakis
(1988–89) Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
(1990–91, 1991–92)

Greek League Coach of the Year

Dimitris Priftis (2015–16)

Greek Cup MVP

Panagiotis Liadelis (1997–98) Nestoras Kommatos
Nestoras Kommatos
(2003–04)

Records and statistics[edit] Greek League records[edit]

Outline Record

Champion without a loss in a row 3 times (1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88)

Best regular season record 26-0 (1985–86)

Record win 153–62 (vs Near East, 1985–86)

Longest sequence of wins 80 (1984–85 – 1988–89)

Biggest win in A1 Finals 129–81 (48 points) against Panionios (1986–87)

Sponsors and Manufacturers[edit] Since 1980 Aris had a specific kit manufacturer and a kit sponsor. The following tables detail the shirt sponsors and kit suppliers of Aris by year:

Period Kit supplier Shirt sponsor

1980–1981 adidas None

1981–1982 asics Mpezas

1982–1984 Sato

1984–1985 Stimorol

1985–1989 Sato

1989–1990 National Bank of Greece

1990–1991 ATEbank

1991–1992 Coplam

1992–1994 adidas Sato

1994–1995 Intersalonika

1995–1996 Moda Bagno

1996–1997 None

1997–1998 Moda Bagno

1998–1999 Macmilan

1999–2003 ?

2003–2005 Egnatia Bank

2005–2008 TT Bank

2008–2010 Dmiss Group

2010–2011 Reebok

2011–2012 Spalding OPAP

2012–2014 Nickan

2014–2015 Macron Dmiss Group

2015– NG 6 Global Swiss Trade

Current Sponsorships

Great Shirt Sponsor: Global Swiss Trade Official Sport Clothing Manufacturer: NG6 Official Sponsor: ideaL

Crest evolution[edit]

Older

2014-current

Arena[edit] Aris long-time home court is the Alexandreio Melathron, with its main hall named Nikos Galis
Nikos Galis
Hall in honour of Nikos Galis, with a capacity of 5,138 seats.[8] The venue was completed in 1966 and renovated for the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Fans of Aris in the arena

Aris against Olympiacos basketball game (2007)

Gates of the venue

Nick Galis Cup[edit]

Nikos Galis

Since 2014, Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
organizes every year, in the start of the season, a friendly mini-tournament in honour of Nikos Galis.

Year

Final

Third and Fourth place

First Place Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place

2014

Aris 60 - 59

CSKA Moscow

Banvit 77 - 74

Panathinaikos

2015

Pınar Karşıyaka 84 - 74

Aris

Lokomotiv Kuban 72 - 50

Union Olimpija

Top performances in European & Worldwide competitions[edit] Main article: Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
in Europe

Season Achievement Notes

EuroLeague

1987–88 Final Four 4th place in Ghent, lost to Tracer Milano 82–87 in the semi-final, lost to Partizan 93–105 in the 3rd place game

1988–89 Final Four 3rd place in Munich, lost to Maccabi Elite 86–99 in the semi-final, defeated FC Barcelona 88–71 in the 3rd place game

1989–90 Final Four 4th place in Zaragoza, lost to FC Barcelona 83–104 in the semi-final, lost to Limoges 91–103 in the 3rd place game

1990–91 Quarter-finals 5th place in a group with FC Barcelona, Pop 84 Split, Scavolini Pesaro, Maccabi Elite, Bayer Leverkusen, Kingston Kings and Limoges

Saporta Cup

1992–93 Champions defeated Efes Pilsen 50–48 in the final of the FIBA
FIBA
European Cup in Turin

1993–94 Semi-finals eliminated 2-1 by Smelt Olimpija, 83–79 (W) in Thessaloniki, 78-84 (L) and 61-74 (L) in Ljubljana

1998–99 Semi-finals eliminated by Pamesa Valencia, 64–70 (L) in Valencia
Valencia
and 50-58 (L) in Thessaloniki

Korać Cup

1984–85 Semi-finals eliminated by Ciao Crem Varèse, 80–77 (W) in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
and 71-95 (L) in Varese

1996–97 Champions defeated Tofaş, 66–77 (L) in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
and 88-70 (W) in Bursa
Bursa
in the double finals of Korać Cup

1997–98 Quarter-finals eliminated by Calze Pompea Roma, 79–80 (L) in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
and 79-86 (L) in Rome

EuroCup

2005–06 Final lost to Dynamo Moscow 60–73 in the final (Charleroi)

2009–10 Quarter-finals eliminated by Power Electronics Valencia, 64–71 (L) in Thessaloniki and 67-85 (L) in Valencia

EuroChallenge

2003–04 Quarter-finals eliminated 2-1 by TIM Maroussi, 76–85 (L) in Athens, 101-93 (W) in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki
and 90-99 (L) in Athens

EuroCup Challenge

2002–03 Champions defeated Prokom Trefl Sopot
Prokom Trefl Sopot
84–83 in the final of the FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Challenge in Thessaloniki

The road to the three European Cup victories[edit]

1992–93 FIBA
FIBA
European Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

1st Bye

2nd Dinamo Minsk 107–70 117–59

3rd Śląsk Wrocław 102–75 90–80

Top 12 Hapoel Galil Elyon 88–75 69–80

Pitch Cholet 104–72 70–60

Benfica 83–72 75–67

Slobodna Dalmacija 89–56 76–66

Budivelnyk 67–61 94–80

SF NatWest Zaragoza 82–66 86–84

F Efes Pilsen 50–48

1996–97 FIBA
FIBA
Korać Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

Pre. Bye

1st USK Erpet Praha 77–65 90–88

Satex Maribor 77–55 75–70

Olimpija Slavoning 74–67 74–71

2nd Beşiktaş 77–64 65–64

3rd Beobanka 80–68 61–70

QF Nikas Peristeri 75–65 64–71

SF Benetton Treviso 77–73 86–87

F Tofaş 66–77 88–70

2002–03 FIBA
FIBA
Europe Champions Cup[edit]

Round Team Home  Away 

1st Bnei HaSharon 75–78 101–92

Maroussi 87–78 78–90

Keravnos 83–67 69–61

Split CO 111–88 97–79

F4 Peristeri 86–84

Lukoil Academic 80–81

2nd SIG 93–87 83–103

Khimki 83–80 79–75

Hapoel Tel Aviv 96–84 71–75

QF Lukoil Academic 91–73 67–77

SF Hemofarm 73–66

F Prokom Trefl Sopot 84–83

The road to the Great European Journeys[edit]

1987–88 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

1st Pully 113–104 127–125

QF Orthez 92–86 81–97

FC Barcelona 93–107 89–88

Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 93–77 91–95

Saturn Köln 107–101 100–98

Partizan 96–87 94–101

Nashua EBBC 120–99 87–88

Tracer Milano 120–95 82–97

F4 Tracer Milano 82–87

Partizan 93–105

1988–89 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

1st AEL 115–67 115–75

2nd Södertälje 105–82 85–93

QF Nashua EBBC 116–83 90–85

FC Barcelona 80–84 81–97

Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 90–102 97–77

CSKA Moscow 89–83 100–88

Jugoplastika 96–85 83–94

Limoges CSP 80–77 106–115

Scavolini Pesaro 79–72 92–99

F4 Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 86–99

FC Barcelona 88–71

1989–90 FIBA
FIBA
European Champions Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

1st Balkan Botevgrad 119–88 107–91

QF Lech Poznań 116–92 103–78

FC Barcelona 94–100 56–90

Philips Milano 95–77 92–100

Limoges CSP 89–79 84–94

Commodore Den Helder 110–102 99–72

Jugoplastika 79–80 89–85

Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 98–81 92–94

F4 FC Barcelona 83–104

Limoges CSP 91–103

2005–06 ULEB Cup[edit]

Round Team  Home   Away 

1st Alba Berlin 97–87 89–86

Euphony Bree 81–74 64–69

Ventspils 96–78 76–96

Adecco Estudiantes 73–69 89–76

Lukoil Academic 97–91 65–66

Top 16 Panionios 112–105 72–70

QF ASVEL 77–67 67–60

SF Hemofarm 82–77 71–74

F Dynamo Moscow 60–73

Season-by-season[edit]

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Season Greek League Greek Cup Europe Thessaloniki Head Coach Roster

1925–26 No tournament No tournament No tournament Champion

1926–27 No tournament No tournament No tournament Champion

Manolis Achelleos, Daniil Daneilan, Nahabet Exouzian, Onik Isujian, Parseh Kontaxian, Thodoros Stefanopoulos, Vartan Jamjian, Petros Fetsis

1927–28 3rd place No tournament No tournament Champion

Armenian, Manolis Achelleos, Daniil Daneilan, Panagiotis Dimoudis, Panagiotis Iasonidis, Karampetian, Parseh Kontaxian, N. Marasian, Argyris Termentzis

1928–29 5th place No tournament No tournament Champion

Manolis Achelleos, Daniil Daneilan, Panagiotis Dimoudis, Panagiotis Iasonidis, Patrik Benlian, Argyris Termentzis

1929–30 Champion No tournament No tournament Champion

Manolis Achelleos, Daniil Daneilan, Panagiotis Dimoudis, Fotis Zografos, Panagiotis Iasonidis, Karatzas, Patrik Benlian, Papafotiou

1930–31 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place

1931–32 Not participated No tournament No tournament Runner Up

1932–33 Not participated No tournament No tournament Runner Up

1933–34 Not participated No tournament No tournament Runner Up

1934–35 Not participated No tournament No tournament 6th place

1935–36 Not participated No tournament No tournament 4th place

1936–37 Not participated No tournament No tournament Not participated

1937–38 No tournament No tournament No tournament Not participated

1938–39 Not participated No tournament No tournament Not participated

1939–40 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place

Kostas Dimitriou, Charis Theocharidis, Kolias Karazisis, Takis Kurou, Petros Ladenis, Takis Nikolaidis, Christos Tsakiris, Mimis Charpidis, Menelaos Chatzigeorgiou, Hatzi

1945–46 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place

Giorgos Vlasiadis, Vagelis Theodorou, Tilemahos Theodorou, Charis Theocharidis, Petros Ladenis, Petros Lekkas, Fedon Mattheou, Christos Tsakiris, Nikos Chatzinikolaou, Kostas Chatziparaskeuas, Nasos Chatzopoulos

1946–47 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place

Giorgos Vlasiadis, Vagelis Theodorou, Tilemahos Theodorou, Charis Theocharidis, Petros Ladenis, Petros Lekkas, Fedon Mattheou, Vasilis Mpataras, Christos Tsakiris, Menelaos Chatzigeorgiou, Nasos Chatzopoulos

1947–48 No tournament No tournament No tournament Runner Up

Kostas Vintsentzatos, Vagelis Theodorou, Tilemahos Theodorou, Koulaxidis, Petros Ladenis, Petros Lekkas, Fedon Mattheou, Vasilis Mpataras, Nikos Nikolaidis, Christos Tsakiris, Nikos Chatzinikolaou, Kostas Chatziparaskeuas, Nasos Chatzopoulos

1948–49 6th place No tournament No tournament Runner Up

Kostas Vintsentzatos, Giorgos Vlasiadis, P. Vragkos, Panagiotis Gounaris, Vagelis Theodorou, Tilemahos Theodorou, Kostas Kazampampas, Kalogiannis, Dimitris Karthasiadis, Giorgs Karidas, Giorgos Lappas, Dimitris Leontidis, Fedon Mattheou, Giorgos Meimaridis, Vagelis Mikromastoras, Moscholios, Nikos Nikolaidis, Fedon Papasynnefakis, Giannis Papacharisis, Antonis Trakatellis, Christos Tsakiris, Antonis Flokas, Filippos Charisis, Nikos Chatzinikolaou, Kostas Chatziparaskeuas

1949–50 Not participated No tournament No tournament 5th place

Petros Vasilakos, Kostas Vintsentzatos, Giorgos Vlasiadis, Giorgos Gkioulmichalakis, Vagelis Theodorou, Kostas Kazampampas, Kalogiannis, Dimitris Karthasiadis, Giorgos Meimaridis, Nikos Nikolaidis, Christos Tsakiris, Antonis Flokas, Filippos Charisis, Nikos Chatzinikolaou, Kostas Chatziparaskeuas

1950–51 Not participated No tournament No tournament 5th place

Giorgos Vlasiadis, Giorgos Gkioulmichalakis, Kostas Thionusopoulos, Alekos Kalnteremtzidis, Giorgos Meimaridis, Takis Nikolaidis, Nikos Nikolaidis, Giorgos Papathanasiou, Stavros Tazedakis, Kostas Taliathoros, Antonis Flokas, Filippos Charisis, Kostas Chatziparaskeuas

1951–52 No tournament No tournament No tournament 4th place

Giorgos Gkioulmichalakis, Kostas Thevetzis, Nikos Thellios, Kostas Thionusopoulos, Alekos Kalnteremtzidis, Tasos Kortesis, Nikos Makris, Giorgos Meimaridis, Vagelis Mikromastoras, Giorgos Bousvaros, Nikos Nikolaidis, Giorgos Papathanasiou, Giannis Paraschos, Petros Petrakis, Polys Raptopoulos, Stavros Tazedakis, Kostas Taliathoros, Antonis Flokas, Filippos Charisis, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1952–53 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place Anestis Petalidis Sakis Thaskalou, Kostas Thevetzis, Nikos Thellios, Kostas Thionusopoulos, Tasos Kortesis, Nikos Makris, Giorgos Bousvaros, Giorgos Papathanasiou, Petros Petrakis, Polys Raptopoulos, Stavros Tazedakis, Kostas Taliathoros, Antonis Flokas, Filippos Charisis, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1953–54 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place Anestis Petalidis Kostas Devetzis, Tasos Kortesis, Grigoris Ladas, Nikos Makris, Thodoros Ballidis, Giorgos Bousvaros, Stergios Bousvaros, Lazaros Papadopoulos, Giorgos Papathanasiou, Petros Petrakis, Nikos Stagkos, Stavros Tazedakis, Kostas Taliathoros, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1954–55 Not participated No tournament No tournament 6th place Anestis Petalidis Kostas Valaouris, Vasilis Vasiakostas, Stelios Gousios, Tasos Kortesis, Antonis Konstantaras, Grigoris Ladas, Nikos Makris, Thodoros Ballidis, Thanasis Bacharidis, Stergios Bousvaros, Lazaros Papadopoulos, Giorgos Papathanasiou, Petros Petrakis, Panagiotis Spyrou, Nikos Stagkos, Filippos Charisis, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1955–56 No tournament No tournament No tournament 5th place Anestis Petalidis Epameinondas Anastasiadis, Dimitris Vlahopoulos, Stelios Gousios, Thomas Guikoas, Giannis Devetzis, Tasos Kortesis, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Thodoros Ballidis, Stergios Bousvaros, Manolis Papadakis, Antonis Papantonis, Petros Petrakis, Nikos Stagkos, Leuteris Tsaousis, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1956–57 Not participated No tournament No tournament 3rd place Anestis Petalidis Epameinondas Anastasiadis, Alexis Vasileiadis, Stelios Gousios, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Thodoros Ballidis, Stergios Bousvaros, Manolis Papadakis, Nikos Papaioannou, Antonis Papantonis, Petros Petrakis, Nikos Stagkos, Leuteris Tsaousis, Lakis Chatzigiannakis

1957–58 Runner Up No tournament No tournament Champion Anestis Petalidis Mikos Amarantidis, Stelios Gousios, Kostas Dionusopoulos, Giorgos Karamitsos, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Thodoros Ballidis, Stergios Bousvaros, Manolis Papadakis, Anestis Petalidis, Petros Petrakis, Kostas Skufalidis, Panagiotis Spiliakos, Antonis Flokas, Dimitris Fourountzopoulos

1958–59 Runner Up No tournament No tournament Runner Up Anestis Petalidis Antonis Antonakis, Michalis Vagianos, Stelios Gousios, Kostas Dionusopoulos, Giorgos Karamitsos, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Pantelis Markakis, Thodoros Ballidis, Stergios Bousvaros, Manolis Papadakis, Nikos Papaioannou, Anestis Petalidis, Petros Petrakis, Panagiotis Spiliakos, Antonis Flokas, Dimitris Fourountzopoulos

1959–60 4th place No tournament No tournament Runner Up Anestis Petalidis Antonis Antonakis, Michalis Vagianos, Stelios Gousios, Giorgos Karamitsos, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Giorgos Bousvaros, Stergios Bousvaros, Manolis Papadakis, Dimitris Rokkos, Josef Tsiggros, Giorgos Tsitouras, Antonis Flokas, Dimitris Fourountzopoulos

1960–61 4th place No tournament No tournament Runner Up Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Anastasopoulos, Antonis Antonakis, Roulis Arguropoulos, Stelios Gousios, Giannis Ioannidis, Giorgos Karamitsos, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Nikos Makris, Kostas Metallidis, Giorgos Bousvaros, Stergios Bousvaros, Ntinos Palmas, Manolis Papadakis, Dimitris Rokkos, Leuteris Tsavdaroglou, Josef Tsiggros, Giorgos Tsitouras, Dimitris Fourountzopoulos, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1961–62 Not participated No tournament No tournament 4th place Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Anastasopoulos, Antonis Antonakis, Michalis Vagianos, Giannis Ioannidis, Savvas Kalpidis, Giorgos Karamitsos, Themis Katrios, Antonis Konstantaras, Christos Lolas, Stergios Bousvaros, Ilias Panteliadis, Dimitris Pesmatzoglou, Stefanos Rammos, Giorgos Sountouridis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1962–63 5th place No tournament Not participated Runner Up Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Anastasopoulos, Antonis Antonakis, Stelios Gousios, Giannis Ioannidis, Savvas Kalpidis, Giorgos Karamitsos, Themis Katrios, Giorgos Krystalidis, Antonis Konstantaras, Stergios Bousvaros, Kostas Parisis, Dimitris Rokkos, Giorgos Sountouridis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Takis Tsolos, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1963–64 5th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Anastasopoulos, Antonis Antonakis, Stelios Gousios, Giannis Ioannidis, Giorgos Karamitsos, Themis Katrios, Antonis Konstantaras, Stergios Bousvaros, Dimitris Rokkos, Giorgos Sountouridis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1964–65 Runner Up No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Antonis Antonakis, Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Stelios Gousios, Kostas Dionusopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Themis Katrios, Antonis Konstantaras, Stergios Bousvaros, Dimitris Rokkos, Giorgos Sountouridis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos, Giannis Hortis

1965–66 Runner Up No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Tasos Avanoglou, Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Themis Katrios, Stergios Bousvaros, Thodoros Rodopoulos, Giorgos Sountouridis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos, Giannis Hortis

1966–67 3rd place No tournament European Cup 2nd round No tournament Anestis Petalidis Tasos Avanoglou, Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Kostas Kaloudis, Themis Katrios, Stergios Bousvaros, Kostas Parisis, Thodoros Rodopoulos, Giorgos Tsitouras, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos, Giannis Hortis

1967–68 3rd place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Kostas Kaloudis, Haris Karapalisis, Themis Katrios, Stergios Bousvaros, Kostas Parisis, Thodoros Rodopoulos, Giorgos Tsitouras, Kostas Chatzistavrou, Leuteris Hatzopoulos, Giannis Hortis

1968–69 4th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Giannis Kallipolitis, Kostas Kaloudis, Themis Katrios, Stergios Bousvaros, Kostas Parisis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1969–70 4th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Nikos Drakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Kostas Kaloudis, Themis Katrios, Vasilis Mpaxevanos, Kostas Parisis, Giorgos Tsitouras, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1970–71 6th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Dimitris Darnakas, Nikos Drakopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Kostas Kaloudis, Themis Katrios, Makis Tzoumelas, Giorgos Tsakiris, Giorgos Tsitouras, Nikos Fessas, Leuteris Hatzopoulos

1971–72 8th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giannis Ioannidis, Themis Katrios, Giorgos Tsitouras, Dimitris Darnakas, Haris Papageorgiou, Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Vangelis Alexandris, Kostas Kaloudis, Kostas Xatzistavrou, Stergios Bousvaros, Giorgos Tsakiris, Giorgos Pagonis, Takis Symeonidis

1972–73 8th place No tournament Not participated No tournament Anestis Petalidis Leuteris Xatzopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Dimitris Nastos, Tasos Spartalis, Dimitris Darnakas, Haris Papageorgiou, Giorgos Antonakopoulos, Vangelis Alexandris, Giorgos Tsakiris, Kostas Kaloudis, Panagiotis Kontogiannis, Nikos Nikolis, Giorgos Pagonis, Dimitris Rokkos, Nikos Fessas

1973–74 3rd place No tournament Not participated No tournament Fedon Mattheou Leuteris Xatzopoulos, Giannis Ioannidis, Themis Katrios, Giorgos Chalatsiadis, Dimitris Nastos, Giorgos Tsitouras, Dimitris Darnakas, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris, Dimitris Papaioannou, Tasos Spartalis, Minas Kalogridis

1974–75 8th place No tournament Korać Cup 1st round No tournament Anestis Petalidis Giannis Ioannidis, Stelios Kalantidis, Dimitris Nastos, Stavros Holopoulos, Diamantis Skondras, Tasos Spartalis, Dimitris Darnakas, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris, Apostolos Hatziioannou, Themis Katrios, Dimitris Rokkos, Mpampis Tsontzos, Dimitris Tsoumas

1975–76 Runner Up Last 16 Not participated No tournament Harry Pappas Giorgos Tsakiris, Giannis Ioannidis, Stelios Kalantidis, Stavros Holopoulos, Dimitris Nastos, Diamantis Skondras, Tasos Spartalis, Dimitris Darnakas, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris

1976–77 4th place Last 8 Korać Cup 1st round No tournament Harry Pappas Giorgos Tsakiris, Giannis Ioannidis, Stelios Kalantidis, Stavros Holopoulos, Dimitris Nastos, Diamantis Skondras, Tasos Spartalis, John Viskos, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris, Apostolos Hatziioannou, Kostas Stilianou, Dean Rougas

1977–78 8th place Last 8 Korać Cup 1st round No tournament Irakleios Klaglas Dimitris Darnakas, Giannis Ioannidis, Stelios Kalantidis, Stavros Holopoulos, Tasos Spartalis, Diamantis Skondras, Vasilis Paramanidis, Dimitris Nastos, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris, Apostolos Hatziioannou, Lazaros Voreadis, Kostas Stilianou, Lazaros Lazaridis

1978–79 Champion Last 16 Not participated No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Isaak Degemertzis, Dionisis Ananiadis, Stelios Kalantidis, Stavros Holopoulos, Tasos Spartalis, Diamantis Skondras, Vasilis Paramanidis, Dimitris Nastos, Haris Papageorgiou, Michalis Spiliotis, Vangelis Alexandris, Stratos Vamvakoudis, Lazaros Voreadis, Kostas Stilianou

1979–80 Runner Up Last 8 Euroleague 1st round No tournament Fred Develey Tasos Thomaidis, Dionisis Ananiadis, Stelios Kalantidis, Nikos Galis, Tasos Spartalis, Diamantis Skondras, Vasilis Paramanidis, Dimitris Nastos, Haris Papageorgiou, Kostas Stilianou, Vangelis Alexandris, Stratos Vamvakoudis, Stavros Holopoulos, Tim Joyce, Phil Taylor

1980–81 3rd place Last 32 Korać Cup Last 16 No tournament Dušan Ivković Nikos Tsahtanis, Dionisis Ananiadis, Tasos Oikonomou, Nikos Galis, Tasos Spartalis, Diamantis Skondras, Vasilis Paramanidis, Dimitris Nastos, Kostas Stilianou, Nikos Georgiadis, Stratos Vamvakoudis, Stavros Holopoulos, Michalis Romanidis, Tasos Tsitakis

1981–82 Runner Up Last 8 Korać Cup 2nd round No tournament Dušan Ivković Nikos Tsahtanis, Dionisis Ananiadis, Nikos Galis, Michalis Giannouzakos, Nikos Georgiadis, Michalis Romanidis, Vasilis Paramanidis, Nikos Filippou, Haris Papageorgiou, Kostas Stilianou, Giorgos Doxakis, Stratos Vamvakoudis, Petros Stamatis, Nikos Zeimpekis

1982–83 Champion Last 4 Korać Cup 2nd round No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Nikos Tsahtanis, John Karagiorgis, Nikos Galis, Grigoris Christofakis, Nikos Georgiadis, Michalis Romanidis, Vasilis Paramanidis, Nikos Filippou, Haris Papageorgiou, Kostas Stilianou, Giorgos Doxakis, Petros Stamatis, Diamantis Skondras, Tasos Tsitakis, Minas Toukmenidis

1983–84 Runner Up Runner Up Euroleague 2nd round No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Nikos Tsahtanis, John Karagiorgis, Nikos Galis, Chris Nikitas, Nikos Georgiadis, Mihalis Romanidis, Vassilis Paraminidis, Nikos Filippou, Petros Stamatis, Giorgos Doxakis, Dimitris Kokolakis, Tasos Tsitakis, Giannis Mantopoulos, Grover Woodland, Howard McNeill

1984–85 Champion Winner Korać Cup Last 4 No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Nikos Tsahtanis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Dimitris Nastos, Grigoris Christofakis, Michalis Romanidis, Vasilis Paramanidis, Nikos Filippou, Petros Stamatis, Giorgos Doxakis, Dimitris Kokolakis, Tasos Tsitakis, George Wenzel, David Binion

1985–86 Champion Last 4 Euroleague 2nd round No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Giannis Mantopoulos, Tasos Tsitakis, Michalis Romanidis, Petros Stamatis, Nikos Filippou, Haris Papageorgiou, Giorgos Doxakis, Dimitris Kokolakis, Tom Scheffler, Brett Vroman

1986–87 Champion Winner Euroleague 2nd round No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Tasos Tsitakis, Michalis Romanidis, Petros Stamatis, Nikos Filippou, Haris Papageorgiou, Giorgos Doxakis, Dimitris Kokolakis, Vangelis Athanasiadis, Giorgos Kasmeridis, Stratos Karamanolis, Dimitris Karamanolis, Andreas Parisis, Will Jackson

1987–88 Champion Winner Euroleague 4th place No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Vangelis Athanasiadis, Michalis Romanidis, Petros Stamatis, Nikos Filippou, Dimitris Bousvaros, Giorgos Doxakis, Giorgos Kasmeridis, Argiris Daliaris, Stratos Karamanolis, Michail Misounov, Greg Wiltjer

1988–89 Champion Winner Euroleague 3rd place No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Michail Misounov, Michalis Romanidis, Dimitris Avdalas, Nikos Filippou, Manthos Katsoulis, Giorgos Doxakis, Greg Wiltjer, Vagelis Vourtzoumis, Larry Kopczyk

1989–90 Champion Winner Euroleague 4th place No tournament Giannis Ioannidis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Michail Misounov, Michalis Romanidis, Vagelis Vourtzoumis, Nikos Filippou, Manthos Katsoulis, Giorgos Doxakis, Stojko Vranković, Kostas Baltatzis, Nikos Tsirakidis, Mike Jones

1990–91 Champion Last 8 Euroleague Last 8 No tournament Lazar Lečić Michalis Kyritsis Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Michail Misounov, Michalis Romanidis, Vagelis Vourtzoumis, Nikos Filippou, Dinos Angelidis, Giorgos Doxakis, Brad Sellers, Kostas Baltatzis, Dimitris Bousvaros, Argiris Daliaris, Argiris Piaras, Dimitris Kalogiros, Vaios Gioras, Goran Sobin

1991–92 3rd place Winner Euroleague Last 16 No tournament George Fisher, Lazar Lečić Michalis Kyritsis Memos Ioannou Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Nikos Galis, Slobodan Subotić, Michail Misounov, Michalis Romanidis, Vagelis Vourtzoumis, Miroslav Peckarski, Dinos Angelidis, Kostas Baltatzis, Edgar Jones, Igor Moraitis, Theodosis Paralikas, Kleanthis Gallos, Tasos Kotzagkiaouridis, Giorgos Kuriazis, Haris Mpimpisidis, Sakis Nikoloudis, Michalis Pournaras, Dimitris Tolios, Memos Ioannou, (Walter Berry left during season)

1992–93 5th place Runner Up European Cup Winner No tournament Steve Yatzoglou, Zvi Sherf Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Giannakis, Slobodan Subotić, Michail Misunov, Giorgos Gasparis, J.J. Anderson, Miroslav Pecarski, Dinos Angelidis, Vagelis Vourtzoumis, Memos Ioannou, Roy Tarpley, Igor Moraitis, Theodosis Paralikas, Reggie Theus

1993–94 7th place Last 8 European Cup Last 4 No tournament Vlade Đurović, Memos Ioannou Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Liadelis, Igor Moraitis, Michail Misunov, Theodosis Paralikas, Giorgos Maslarinos, Miroslav Peckarski, Dinos Angelidis, Vangelis Vurtzumis, Sam Vincent, Sean Higgins, Mihalis Pournaras, Kleanthis Galos, Giorgos Gasparis, (Zdravko Radulović, Anthony Frederick left during season)

1994–95 6th place Last 4 Korać Cup Last 32 No tournament Memos Ioannou, Soulis Markopoulos Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Liadelis, Igor Moraitis, Michail Misunov, Tony White, Theodosis Paralikas, Mihalis Pournaras, Dinos Angelidis, Vangelis Vurtzumis, Nestor Papoutsis, Kleanthis Galos, Chris King, Fotis Takianos, Srtzan Karageorgiou, ( Terry Catledge left during season)

1995–96 5th place Last 16 Korać Cup Last 16 No tournament Soulis Markopoulos Vasilis Lipiridis, Panagiotis Liadelis, Igor Moraitis, Michail Misunov, Yannis Siutis, Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos, Mihalis Pournaras, Dinos Angelidis, Harold Ellis, Srtzan Karageorgiou, Ed Stokes, Samir Gouda, Stelios Kostis, Vasilis Kasianos, ( Rodney Dent left during season)

1996–97 6th place Last 16 Korać Cup Winner No tournament Soulis Markopoulos, Slobodan Subotić José Ortiz, Panagiotis Liadelis, Tzanis Stavrakopoulos, Giannis Sioutis, Giorgos Floros, Mike Nahar, Dinos Angelidis, Aris Holopoulos, Walter Berry, Mario Boni, Alexis Papadatos, Michail Misunov, (Srtzan Karageorgiou, Charles Shackleford, Alan Tomidy left during season)

1997–98 10th place Winner Korać Cup Last 8 No tournament Eftimis Kioumourtzoglou, Christos Magotsios Andreas Balis, Panagiotis Liadelis, Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos, Žarko Paspalj, Yannis Siutis, Nasos Galakteros, Mike Nahar, Dinos Angelidis, Giorgos Floros, Hartmut Ortmann, Kuriakos Trouliaris, Filippos Symeonidis, (Mario Boni, José Ortiz, Tiit Sokk
Tiit Sokk
left during season)

1998–99 4th place Last 4 Saporta Cup Last 4 No tournament Soulis Markopoulos, Zvi Sherf Giorgos Floros, Panagiotis Liadelis, Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos, Giorgos Sigalas, Yannis Siutis, Nasos Galakteros, Alexander Kühl, Dinos Angelidis, Dimitris Makris, Martin Müürsepp, Randy White, Andreas Balis, Michalis Pournaras, Mark Nees, (Gary Grant, Mikhail Mikhailov, Stanley Roberts left during season)

1999-00 8th place Last 8 Korać Cup Last 16 No tournament Soulis Markopoulos, Christos Magotsios Joe Arlauckas, Panagiotis Liadelis, Giorgos Sigalas, Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos, Giorgos Floros, Vladimir Petrovic-Stergiou, Torgeir Bryn, Giorgos Papaulidis, Yannis Gakis, Cristos Miriunis, Andreas Balis, (Cheikou N'Diaye, Philippe Urie, Darnell Robinson, Khalid Reeves, David Booth left during season)

2000–01 12th place Last 8 Saporta Cup Last 16 No tournament Dragan Sakota, Steve Yatzoglou Nikos Papanikolopoulos, Andreas Balis, Yannis Lappas, Sasa Markovic, Yannis Siutis, Giorgos Floros, Vladimir Petrovic-Stergiou, Gordon Firic, Kostas Kakaroudis, Miroslav Raičević, Milos Sakota, (A.J. English, James Forrest, Tim Nees, Anthony Bowie, Josh Grant left during season)

2001–02 10th place Last 8 Not participated No tournament Steve Yatzoglou, Milan Minic Apostolos Koutroulias, Yorick Williams, Yannis Lappas, Robert Renfroe, Franco Nakic, Yannis Gagaludis, Kostas Kakaroudis, Steve Bucknall, Torraye Braggs, Geert Hammink, Miroslav Raičević, Stamatis Mpakertzakis, Joseph Nikolaidis, Nikos Orfanos, Nikos Savvoulidis, (Frankie King, Isaiah Morris, Brandon Wolfram left during season)

2002–03 5th place Runner Up EuroCup Challenge Winner No tournament Milan Minic, Vangelis Alexandris Will Solomon, Alan Gregov, Giannis Lapas, Prodromos Nikolaidis, Dimitris Haritopoulos, Giannis Gagaloudis, Dimitar Angelov, Kostas Kakaroudis, Fedor Likholitov, Ryan Stack, Ivan Grgat, Miroslav Raičević, Nikos Orfanos, Dimitris Meraxtsakis, Giorgos Brozos, Xristos Papanikolaou

2003–04 5th place Winner FIBA
FIBA
EuroCup Last 8 No tournament Vangelis Alexandris, Charles Barton Smush Parker, Nikos Orfanos, Yannis Lappas, Alexis Kiritsis, Dimitris Haritopoulos, Nestoras Kommatos, Nikos Vetoulas, Toby Bailey, Fedor Likholitov, Ryan Stack, Antti Nikkila, Miroslav Raičević, Diamantis Koukouvinos, (Jermaine Jackson, Anthony Goldwire left during season)

2004–05 5th place Runner Up ULEB Cup Last 16 No tournament Charles Barton DeJuan Collins, Terrel Castle, Alexis Kiritsis, Arthur Johnson, Dimitris Haritopoulos, Antonis Asimakopoulos, Yahor Meshcharakou, Nikolay Padius, Sotiris Karapostolou, Ryan Stack, Sofoklis Schortsianitis, Miroslav Raičević, Nikos Orfanos, (Desmond Farmer, Jermaine Walker left during season)

2005–06 3rd place Last 8 ULEB Cup Runner Up No tournament Elias Zouros, Andrea Mazzon Terrel Castle, Giorgos Sigalas, Savas Kamberidis, Corey Brewer, Dimitris Haritopoulos, Antonis Asimakopoulos, Mike Wilkinson, Nikolay Padius, Panagiotis Karavanas, Ryan Stack, Ante Grgurevic, Nikos Orfanos, Dimitris Karadolamis, Marios Matalon, Vladimir Petrovic-Stergiou, (Alexander Koul, Kenny Taylor, Kevin Freeman, Melvin Scott left during season)

2006–07 3rd place Last 16 Euroleague Last 16 No tournament Andrea Mazzon Terrel Castle, Giorgos Sigalas, Simonas Serapinas, Alex Scales, Giorgos Kalaitzis, Savas Iliadis, Mike Wilkinson, Kevin Fletcher, Panagiotis Karavanas, Jeremiah Massey, Giannis Giannoulis, Dimitris Tsaldaris, Spyros Panteliadis, Marios Matalon, Gaios Skordilis, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf

2007–08 5th place Last 4 Euroleague Last 16 No tournament Gordon Herbert Reyshawn Terry, Darius Washington, Bracey Wright, Giorgos Kalaitzis, Savas Iliadis, Vladimir Boisa, Gaios Skordilis, Hanno Möttölä, Jeremiah Massey, Lazaros Agadakos, Dimitris Tsaldaris, Spyros Panteliadis, Dimitris Karadolamis, Michalis Tsairelis, (Terrel Castle, Simonas Serapinas
Simonas Serapinas
left during season)

2008–09 4th place Last 8 ULEB Eurocup Last 32 No tournament Andrea Mazzon Keydren Clark, Bracey Wright, Andrew Betts, Nikos Argiropoulos, Savas Iliadis, Anton Gavel, Gaios Skordilis, Kostas Papanikolaou, Lazaros Agadakos, Nikos Barlos, Dimitrios Tsaldaris, Spencer Nelson, Linos Chrysikopoulos, Spyros Mourtos, (Blagota Sekulić, Sean Marshall left during season)

2009–10 7th place Last 4 ULEB Eurocup Quarterfinals No tournament Andrea Mazzon, Fotis Katsikaris, David Blatt Keydren Clark, Nikos Argiropoulos, Andrew Betts, Jeremy Richardson, Nikos Hatzivrettas, Dimos Dikoudis, Gaios Skordilis, Ivan Paunić, Michalis Kakiouzis, Nikos Barlos, Christos Papanikolaou, Aaron Miles, Linos Chrysikopoulos, Spyros Mourtos, Matt Walsh, (Dragan Labović, Juan Dixon, Quinton Day, Corey Belser
Corey Belser
left during the season)

2010–11 4th place Last 4 ULEB Eurocup Last 16 No tournament Sharon Drucker, Slobodan Subotic Bobby Brown, Brendan Winters, Christos Tapoutos, Anthony King, Michalis Tsairelis, Nikos Hatzivrettas, Kostas Haralabidis, Anatoly Kashirov, Fanis Koumpouras, Edin Bavcic, Linos Chrysikopoulos, Dimitris Verginis, Kostas Sloukas, (John Thomas, Gaios Skordilis, Dejan Borovnjak, P.J. Tucker, Bryant Dunston, Pierre Pierce left during the season)

2011–12 7th place Last 8 ULEB Eurocup Last 16 No tournament Vangelis Alexandris Dan Mavraides, Sergio Kerusch, Christos Tapoutos, Michalis Tsairelis, Ronald Davis, Matej Krusic, Lefteris Bochoridis, Giorgos Bogris, Sam Muldrow, Dimitris Verginis, Tasos Dimas, Sasha Vezenkov
Sasha Vezenkov
(Adrian Oliver, Dominic James, Dimitris Tsaldaris
Dimitris Tsaldaris
left during the season)

2012–13 6th place Last 10 Not participated No tournament Vangelis Alexandris, Vangelis Angelou Sotiris Karapostolou, Muhamed Pasalic, Giorgos Tsiaras, Lefteris Bochoridis, Jeremy Hunt, Mihalis Pelekanos, Dimitris Verginis, Tasos Dimas, Sasha Vezenkov, Antonis Asimakopoulos, Kostas Harisis, Zisis Sarikopoulos, Spyros Mourtos, Petros Geromichalos, Nikos Bochoridis, Efthymios Tsakaleris

2013–14 7th place Runner Up Not participated No tournament Vangelis Angelou, Milan Minic Stelios Poulianitis, Kostas Mitoglou, Giannoulis Larentzakis, Lefteris Bochoridis, Jeremy Hunt, Mihalis Pelekanos, Nikos Gkikas, Giannis Athinaiou, Sasha Vezenkov, Antonis Asimakopoulos, Kostas Harisis, Zisis Sarikopoulos, Spyros Mourtos, Efthymios Tsakaleris

2014–15 4th place Last 8 Not participated No tournament Dimitris Priftis Muhamed Pašalić, Giorgos Tsiaras, Tasos Dimas, Lamarcus Reed, Torey Thomas, Stelios Poulianitis, Kostas Charissis, Giannis Karathanasis, Sasha Vezenkov, Drew Naymick, Spyros Mourtos, Vasileios Symtsak, Dimitris Flionis, Ogo Adegboye (Sotiris Manolopoulos, Nikos Gkikas, left during the season)

2015–16 4th place Last 4 Eurocup Basketball Last 32 No tournament Dimitris Priftis Vassilis Xanthopoulos, Tasos Dimas, Michalis Pelekanos, Slaven Cupkovic, Dimitris Flionis, Okaro White, Dominic Waters, Nikos Diplaros, Theodoros Zaras, Jamelle Hagins, Jake Cohen, Spyros Mourtos, Vassilis Symtsak, Jerel McNeal

Aris head coaches by season[edit]

Dušan Ivković, FIBA Hall of Fame
FIBA Hall of Fame
member, and EuroLeague
EuroLeague
Legend

Ilias Zouros

1952–53 Anestis Petalidis

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1954–55 Anestis Petalidis

1955–56 Anestis Petalidis

1956–57 Anestis Petalidis

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1960–61 Anestis Petalidis

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1962–63 Anestis Petalidis

1963–64 Anestis Petalidis

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1965–66 Anestis Petalidis

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1971–72 Anestis Petalidis

1972–73 Anestis Petalidis

1973–74 Faidon Matthaiou

1974–75 Anestis Petalidis

1975–76 Harry Pappas

1976–77 Harry Pappas

1977–78 Irakleios Klaglas

1978–79 Giannis Ioannidis

1979–80 Anestis Petalidis Fred G. Develey

1980–81 Dušan Ivković

1981–82 Dušan Ivković

1982–83 Giannis Ioannidis

1983–84 Giannis Ioannidis

1984–85 Giannis Ioannidis

1985–86 Giannis Ioannidis

1986–87 Giannis Ioannidis

1987–88 Giannis Ioannidis

1988–89 Giannis Ioannidis

1989–90 Giannis Ioannidis

1990–91 Lazar Lečić Michalis Kyritsis

1991–92 George Fisher Lazar Lečić Michalis Kyritsis Memos Ioannou

1992–93 Steve Giatzoglou Zvi Sherf

1993–94 Vlade Đurović Memos Ioannou

1994–95 Memos Ioannou Soulis Markopoulos

1995–96 Soulis Markopoulos

1996–97 Soulis Markopoulos Slobodan Subotić

1997–98 Efthimis Kioumourtzoglou Christos Magotsios

1998–99 Soulis Markopoulos Zvi Sherf

1999–00 Soulis Markopoulos Christos Magotsios

2000–01 Dragan Šakota Steve Giatzoglou

2001–02 Steve Giatzoglou Milan Minić

2002–03 Milan Minić Vangelis Alexandris

2003–04 Vangelis Alexandris Charles Barton

2004–05 Charles Barton

2005–06 Ilias Zouros Andrea Mazzon

2006–07 Andrea Mazzon

2007–08 Gordon Herbert

2008–09 Andrea Mazzon

2009–10 Andrea Mazzon Fotis Katsikaris David Blatt

2010–11 Sharon Drucker Slobodan Subotić

2011–12 Vangelis Alexandris

2012–13 Vangelis Alexandris Vangelis Angelou

2013–14 Vangelis Angelou Milan Minić

2014–15 Dimitris Priftis

2015–16 Dimitris Priftis

2016–17 Dimitris Priftis

2017–18 Panagiotis Giannakis Vangelis Angelou

Notable players[edit]

Tiit Sokk

Smush Parker

Dimos Dikoudis

Hanno Möttölä

Jose Ortiz

Michalis Kakiouzis

Kostas Papanikolaou

Jeremiah Massey

Bryant Dunston

Greece

Faidon Matthaiou Giannis Ioannidis Vangelis Alexandris Charis Papageorgiou Vassilis Paramanidis Dionysis Ananiadis - Nikos Galis Michalis Romanidis Nikos Filippou Giorgos Doxakis Dimitris Kokolakis Panagiotis Giannakis Vassilis Lipiridis Manthos Katsoulis Vangelis Vourtzoumis Dinos Angelidis Memos Ioannou Giorgos Gasparis Panagiotis Liadelis Ioannis Sioutis Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos Tzanis Stavrakopoulos Giorgos Floros Nasos Galakteros Giorgos Sigalas Christos Myriounis Giannis Lappas Ioannis Gagaloudis Makis Nikolaidis Alexis Kyritsis Nestoras Kommatos Nikos Vetoulas Antonis Asimakopoulos Sofoklis Schortsanitis Giorgos Kalaitzis Savvas Iliadis Giannis Giannoulis Dimitris Tsaldaris Lazaros Agadakos Kostas Papanikolaou Nikos Barlos Marios Matalon Nikos Chatzivrettas Dimos Dikoudis Michalis Kakiouzis Kostas Sloukas Sotiris Manolopoulos

USA

Tim Joyce Phil Taylor Grover Woodland Howard McNeal David Binion George Wenzel Brett Vroman Tom Scheffler Will Jackson Mike Jones Brad Sellers Walter Berry Edgar Jones J.J. Anderson Roy Tarpley Reggie Theus Anthony Frederick Sam Vincent Sean Higgins Tony White Terry Catledge Chris King Harold Ellis Rodney Dent Ed Stokes Charles Shackleford Gary Grant Randy White Darnell Robinson David Booth Khalid Reeves Joe Arlauckas - Josh Grant Anthony Bowie James Forrest A. J. English Brandon Wolfram - Rob Renfroe Frankie King Isaiah Morris Torraye Braggs Will Solomon - Ryan Stack Anthony Goldwire Toby Bailey Jermaine Jackson Okaro White

Smush Parker DeJuan Collins Jermaine Walker Desmon Farmer - Terrel Castle Corey Brewer - Mike Wilkinson Melvin Scott Kevin Freeman Kenny Taylor Alex Scales - Kevin Fletcher - Jeremiah Massey Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Reyshawn Terry Bracey Wright - Darius Washington Jr. - Keydren Clark Sean Marshall Spencer Nelson Laron Quinton Day Jeremy Richardson Corey Belser Aaron Miles Juan Dixon Matt Walsh Pierre Pierce Bryant Dunston P.J. Tucker Bobby Brown John Thomas Brandon Winters Anthony King - Sergio Kerusch Dominic James Adrian Oliver Sam Muldrow Ronald Davis Keydren Clark Jerel McNeal Will Cummings Michael Jenkins Eric Buckner Dominic Waters Jamelle Hagins

Rest of the Americas

Greg Wiltjer José Ortiz (Piculín)

Europe

--Michail Misounov Mikhail Mikhailov Fedor Likholitov Nikolay Padius Anatoly Kashirov Viktor Sanikidze - Igor Moraitov - Vladimir Boisa - Tiit Sokk Martin Müürsepp Yegor Mescheriakov Alexander Koul Simonas Serapinas - Slobodan Subotić Matej Krušič Stojko Vranković Goran Sobin Zdravko Radulović - Franko Nakić Ivan Grgat Alan Gregov Ante Grgurević - Miroslav Pecarski - Srtzan Karageorgiou - Vladimir Petrović - Sasa Markovic - Miroslav Raičević Dragan Labović Ivan Paunić Dejan Borovnjak Žarko Paspalj Blagota Sekulić - Gordan Firić Edin Bavčić Muhamed Pašalić Mike Nahar Geert Hammink Mario Boni Alan Tomidy Hartmut Ortmann Mark Nees Alexander Kühl Tim Nees Philippe Urie Torgeir Bryn Yorick Williams Steve Bucknall Andrew Betts Dimitar Angelov Antti Nikkilä Hanno Möttölä - Anton Gavel

Africa

Samir Gouda - Cheikou N'Diaye

Greek national team players[edit] These players have played for both Aris and the senior Greek national basketball team (in any game, official or friendly, and in any tournament, FIBA
FIBA
sanctioned, or non- FIBA
FIBA
sanctioned):

Faidon Matthaiou Giorgos Papathanasiou Petros Petrakis Stergios Bousvaros Stelios Gousios Giorgos Tsitouras Giannis Ioannidis Kostas Parisis Vangelis Alexandris Charis Papageorgiou Diamantis Skondras Vassilis Paramanidis Dionysis Ananiadis Nikos Galis Michalis Romanidis Michalis Giannouzakos Nikos Filippou Dimitris Kokolakis Panagiotis Giannakis Vassilis Lipiridis Dimitris Avdalas Manthos Katsoulis Michalis Tsairelis Giannoulis Larentzakis

Vangelis Vourtzoumis Dinos Angelidis Memos Ioannou Michalis Pournaras Giorgos Gasparis Panagiotis Liadelis Ioannis Sioutis Giorgos Chrysanthopoulos Tzanis Stavrakopoulos Aris Cholopoulos Nasos Galakteros Giorgos Sigalas Christos Myriounis Nikos Papanikolopoulos Dimitris Charitopoulos Alexis Kyritsis Nestoras Kommatos Nikos Vetoulas Antonis Asimakopoulos Sofoklis Schortsanitis Dimitris Karadolamis Giorgos Kalaitzis Panagiotis Vasilopoulos Nikos Gikas

Savvas Iliadis Giannis Giannoulis Dimitris Tsaldaris Gaios Skordilis Kostas Papanikolaou Nikos Barlos Nikos Chatzivrettas Dimos Dikoudis Michalis Kakiouzis Christos Tapoutos Kostas Charalampidis Fanis Koumpouras Kostas Sloukas Georgios Bogris Michalis Pelekanos Kostas Charissis Zisis Sarikopoulos Ioannis Athinaiou Vassilis Xanthopoulos Vassilis Kavvadas Vlado Janković Dinos Mitoglou Lefteris Bochoridis

Management[edit] Ownership & Current Board[edit]

Position Staff

Ownership Nikolaos Laskaris

President Eleftherios Arvanitis

Vice-President Dimitris Papakyriakis

CEO Nikolaos Laskaris

Deputy CEO Emmanuel Laskaris

Vice-President Christos Galilaias

Board Member Stathis Roussos

Board Member Thomas Nikolos

Board Member Spyridon Christoforidis

Board Member Anastasios Oikonomou

Chief Marketing Officer Ioannis Chatzopoulos

Press Officers Antonis Gatzios - Jenny Gravia

Medical team[edit]

Position Name

Club's doctor Nikolaos Koukoulias

Physiotherapist Charis Glaros

Caregiver Giannis Nikitakis

See also[edit]

Aris Thessaloniki

References[edit]

^ Capacity 5.138 seats. Archived 26 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Club structure". Aris BC. Retrieved 22 June 2012.  ^ euroleaguebasketball.net Aris BSA 2009-10, team profile ^ euroleaguebasketball.net Aris Thessaloniki ^ Arisbc.gr Club Records. ^ Eurocup Aris article. ^ Τα νούμερα στις φανέλες των παικτών του Άρη (in Greek). ^ Capacity 5.138 seats. Archived 26 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aris BC.

Official Basketball
Basketball
Website (in Greek) and (in English) ΑΡΗΣ: Η ομάδα που έβαλε το μπάσκετ στα σπίτια των Ελλήνων Emperor Fans' Portal
Portal
(in Greek) Super3 Official Website (in Greek) Official Website Of Members "Club Friends of Aris" (in Greek) Galanis Sports Data

Press

All about Aris (in Greek)

Media

Official YouTube channel

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Aris B.C.

Players Coaches

History

History of Aris Aris in Europe

Arena

Alexandreio Melathron
Alexandreio Melathron
Nick Galis Hall

FIBA
FIBA
Hall of Fame

Nikos Galis

FIBA's 50 Greatest Players

Nikos Galis

NMB Hall of Fame

Nikos Galis

FIBA Hall of Fame
FIBA Hall of Fame
Candidates

Panagiotis Giannakis

50 Greatest EuroLeague
EuroLeague
Contributors

Nikos Galis Panagiotis Giannakis Dušan Ivković

Mr. Europa

Nikos Galis

Euroscar

Nikos Galis

Retired Numbers

#6 Nikos Galis

Rivalries

Derby of Northern Greece

Ownership

Genesis Association (2003–2014) Nikolaos Laskaris (2015–present)

Related

Aris Basketball
Basketball
Museum Hymn of Aris Thessaloniki Ares Ludovisi Ares

Parent club AC Aris Thessaloniki Website arisbc.gr

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Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
current roster

3 Maras 4 Bochoridis 5 Kalaitzakis 7 Flionis 9 Tsairelis 11 Poulianitis 14 Christidis 16 Mourtos 17 Athinaiou 18 Prewitt 31 Douvier 44 Bell

Head coach: Angelou Assistant coaches: Kamperidis Molyvdas Spyridis

Aris B.C.
Aris B.C.
– Cup Winners rosters

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Sato Aris 1992–93 FIBA
FIBA
European Cup champions

4 Lipiridis 5 Giannakis 7 Moraitis 8 Misunov 9 Gasparis 10 Anderson 11 Pecarski 12 Angelidis 13 Vourtzoumis 14 Ioannou 15 Tarpley Paralikis Coach Giatzoglou / Sherf

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Aris 1996–97 Korać Cup
Korać Cup
champions

4 Ortiz 5 Liadelis 7 Stavrakopoulos 9 Sioutis 10 Floros 11 Nahar 12 Angelidis 13 Holopoulos 14 Shackleford 15 Boni Alexis Papadatos Coach Subotić

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Aris 2002–03 FIBA
FIBA
Europe Champions Cup champions

4 Solomon 5 Orfanos 8 Nikolaidis 9 Charitopoulos 10 Gagaloudis 11 Angelov 12 Kakaroudis 13 Likholitov 14 Stack 15 Grgat 16 Raičević Coach Alexandris

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Aris Thessaloniki

Founded in March 25, 1914 – Based in Thessaloniki

Professional departments

Aris F.C. Aris B.C. Aris V.C.

Amateur departments

Women's football Women's basketball Women's volleyball Men's handball Women's handball Water polo Baseball Ice hockey Korfball Softball Athletics Wrestling Cycling Swimming Judo Boxing Chess

Inactive departments

Weightlifting

Facilities

Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium Aris Sports Center Alexandreio Melathron Poseidoneio Hall

Athletes

Football Basketball Volleyball Water polo Handball Baseball

Coaches

Football Basketball Volleyball Water polo Handball Baseball

Rivalries

Derby of Northern Greece Derby of Northern Greece
Greece
(basketball)

Supporters

Aris Members' Society

Related

Aris Basketball
Basketball
Museum Hymn of Aris Thessaloniki Ares Ludovisi Ares

Website AC Aris Thessaloniki

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Greek Basket League
Greek Basket League
2017–18

Teams

AEK Aris GSL Faros Kolossos Koroivos Kymis Lavrio Olympiacos Panathinaikos Panionios PAOK Promitheas Patras Rethymno Cretan Kings Trikala Aries

Associated Competitions

Greek Basketball Cup
Greek Basketball Cup
2017–18

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Basketball
Basketball
in Greece

Hellenic Basketball
Basketball
Federation

National teams

Men's A Men's B Women's A Men's Under-21 Men's Under-20 Men's Under-19 Men's Under-18 Men's Under-17 Men's Under-16

League competitions

Greek Basket League Greek A2 Basket League Greek B Basket League Greek C Basket League Greek Women's Basket Greek A2 Women's Basket Greek Basket League
Greek Basket League
System

Cup competitions

Greek Cup Greek Women's Cup

Other

HEBA Greek All-Star Game Greek League Awards Greek League MVP Greek League Finals MVP Greek Cup MVP Greek clubs Greek clubs in Europe and worldwide Acropolis Tournament Greek NBA players / NBA draft picks Greek League statistical leaders Greek clubs by major honours won List of indoo

.