This season's EuroCup has seen a number of teams reluctantly withdraw their space and are joining the FIBA Basketball Champions League, almost against their will.

With 13 teams having already secured their place in the Top 16, six clubs are now fighting for the last three spots.

Here are the qualification possibilities, per the official website of EuroCup:


Tuesday, Dec 18: MoraBanc Andorra 87-80 AS Monaco
Wednesday, Dec 19: Galatasaray Istanbul vs. Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade
Wednesday, Dec 19: Germani Brescia Leonessa vs. ratiopharm Ulm

Ulm (4-5) qualifies with a victory; with an one-point loss in regulation time; or if it reaches overtime and already-qualified Zvezda (5-4) has already defeated Galatasaray (3-6).

Brescia (3-6) qualifies with a two-point win in regulation time; or with any victory if Galatasaray has won.


Tuesday, Dec 18: Cedevita Zagreb 92-96 Tofas Bursa
Wednesday, Dec 19: ALBA Berlin vs Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar
Wednesday, Dec 19: Limoges CSP vs Arka Gdynia

Limoges (3-6) qualifies with a win.

Tofas qualifies with a loss by Limoges.

The winner of ALBA (7-2) vs Lokomotiv (8-1) finishes first and the loser finishes second.


Tuesday, Dec 18: Zenit St. Petersburg 81-84 LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne
Tuesday, Dec 18: Dolomiti Energia Trento 83-95 Valencia Basket
Wednesday, Dec 19: Partizan NIS Belgrade vs Turk Telekom Ankara

Turk Telekom (4-5) qualifies with a victory, a loss in overtime or a loss by one (1) point in regulation time.

Partizan qualifies with a victory of two (2) points or more in regulation time.


Wednesday, Dec 19: Rytas Vilnius vs Mornar Bar
Wednesday, Dec 19: Fraport SkylinersFrankfurt vs UNICS Kazan
Wednesday, Dec 19: Unicaja Malaga vs Fiat Turin

All Top 16 berths and final places have been decided in Group D.”