Twenty four (24) clubs have qualified for the next phase of the competition, with no less than twelve countries and leagues represented.
The clubs ranked 1st to 8th are (alphabetically): AS Monaco, ASVEL, Banvit, Besiktas JK, Iberostar Tenerife, Le Mans Sarthe, Neptunas, Sidigas Avellino.
The clubs ranked 9th to 16th (seeded) are (alphabetically): AEK, CEZ Nymburk, EWE Baskets, MHP Riesen, Partizan, Pinar Karsiyaka, SIG Strasbourg, Umana Reyer Venezia.
The clubs ranked 17th to 24th (unseeded) are (alphabetically): Aris, Avtodor, Dinamo Sassari, Fraport Skyliners, Juventus, Maccabi RM, PAOK, Ventspils.
From the 40 teams initially involved in the Regular Season and the 16 that did not make the Play-offs cut, eight will continue in the FIBA Europe Cup (the worst-ranked fifth-placed team, all five sixth-placed sides and the two best-ranked seventh-placed clubs). Those teams are (alphabetically): Cibona, Kataja, Muratbey Usak, Nahariya, Oradea, Proximus Spirou, Telenet Oostende, Zielona Gora.
The draw determining the Play-offs pairings will take place in FIBA’s House of Basketball at 14:00 Friday 27 January (CET). The ceremony can be followed live on basketballCL.com from 14.00 CET.