|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|04/23 15:00||1||Strasbourg vs Pau-Lacq-Orthez||86-95|
|03/27 15:30||2||Pau-Lacq-Orthez vs Gravelines||88-85|
|03/27 12:30||2||Strasbourg vs Monaco||86-73|
|03/26 19:30||3||Asvel Lyon-Villeurbanne vs Gravelines||78-79|
|03/26 17:00||3||Monaco vs Bourg||74-65|
|03/26 14:30||3||Strasbourg vs Boulogne–Levallois||95-87|
|03/26 12:00||3||Pau-Lacq-Orthez vs Fos-sur-Mer||93-72|
|02/17 19:30||4||Boulogne–Levallois vs Paris||88-81|
|02/16 19:00||4||Paris-Levallois vs Pau Lacq Orthez||View|
|02/16 19:00||4||Orleans vs Pau-Lacq-Orthez||70-77|
|02/16 19:00||4||Saint Quentin vs Gravelines||105-111|
|02/16 19:00||4||Asvel Lyon-Villeurbanne vs Vichy Clermont||90-70|
The French Basketball Cup, or French Basketball Federation Cup, (French: Coupe de France de Basket) is the annual national basketball federation cup competition of France. It is organized by the French Basketball Federation. It is also known as the Trophée Robert Busnel (Robert Busnel Trophy), named after the late basketball player Robert Busnel, who died in 1991.
A total of 54 amateur and professional teams from France, participate in the cup competition.