Real Madrid ended their 20-year wait for a Euroleague title by beating Olympiacos 78-59 in the Spanish capital on Sunday.
Real gained revenge for their defeat in the 2012-13 final by claiming a famous victory in their own backyard.
Real have reached the showpiece three years in a row, but this time they rose to the occasion to be crowned champions of Europe for the first time since the 1994-95 campaign.
Jaycee Carroll top scored for Real with 16 points, while Sergio Llulla and Andres Nocioni - who was named Most Valuable Player - weighed in with 12 points apiece as Pablo Laso's men fought back from 19-15 down after the first quarter to claim a resounding victory.
It was in the second quarter when Real took charge, outscoring their opponents 20-9 and never looking back.
Real led 53-46 with a quarter remaining and were not to be denied, stretching their advantage as they claimed their ninth European crown.
Nocioni grabbed seven rebounds in an impressive display, while Matt Lojeski's 17-point haul and seven rebounds for Othello Hunter for the Greek side were in a losing cause.
Real last weekend ensured they will head into the Liga ACB play-offs as the highest ranked side after they sealed top spot in the standings and this is proving to be a memorable season for the club.
CSKA Moscow secured third place earlier in the day by beating Fenerbahce 86-80 despite Andrew Goudelock's 24-point tally.
The Russian side raced into a 48-24 lead at half-time and, despite a Fenerbahce fightback in the second half, they ultimately gave themselves too much to do.
Nando de Colo helped himself to 17 points, while Demetris Nichols chipped in with 14 as Fenerbahce had to settle for fourth place before Real took centre stage.