The Spanish King’s Cup, or the Copa del Rey de Baloncesto as it is also known, is an annual basketball cup competition and features teams from Spain’s top professional division – Asociacion de Clubes de Baloncesto.
The first ever competition was held back in 1933 and went under the name of the Copa de Espana de Baloncesto before moving on to Copa del Generalisimo and found its current name in 1977.
Since 1987 the competition has worked under a Final Eight format – At the end of the first half of a regular season the top eight teams will qualify and they will form a play-off atone venue over four days with a winner finally being crowned.
The most successful team in the history of the Spanish King’s Cup is Real Madrid, who like their football team love collecting silverware, and FC Barcelona. They have 23 titles each with FC Barcelona claiming the latest championship in 2013.