1982–83 Liga Española de Baloncesto

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1982–83 Liga Nacional de Baloncesto
League Liga Nacional
Sport Basketball
Number of teams 14
TV partner(s) Televisión Española
Regular Season
Season champions FC Barcelona
Top scorer United States Claude Gregory (BAS)
ACB seasons
← 1981–82

The 1982–83 season was the 27th season of the Liga Española de Baloncesto. FC Barcelona won their title.

Teams and venues[edit]

Team Home city
FC Barcelona Barcelona
Real Madrid CF Madrid
CB Areslux Granollers Granollers
CB CAI Zaragoza Zaragoza
CB Inmobanco Madrid
CB Miñón Valladolid Valladolid
Club Joventut Badalona
CB Cotonificio Badalona
Manresa EB Manresa
CB Estudiantes Madrid
CB OAR Ferrol Ferrol
CB Caja de Ronda Málaga
CD Basconia Vitoria
Obradoiro CAB Santiago de Compostela

Team Standigs[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA Pts Qualification or relegation
1 FC Barcelona 1 26 25 0 1 2.822 2.217 50 Title game
2 Real Madrid CF 1 26 25 0 1 2.798 2.167 50
3 Areslux Granollers 26 17 2 7 2.394 2.195 36
4 CAI Zaragoza 26 16 1 9 2.191 2.130 33
5 CB Inmobanco 26 16 0 10 2.279 2.173 32
6 Miñón Valladolid 26 15 0 11 2.512 2.514 30
7 Club Joventut de Badalona 26 14 1 11 2.394 2.434 29
8 CB Cotonificio 26 13 0 13 2.228 2.261 26
9 Manresa EB 26 10 0 16 2.156 2.348 20
10 CB Estudiantes 26 8 1 17 2.202 2.410 17
11 CB OAR Ferrol 26 7 2 17 2.201 2.241 16
12 CB Caja de Ronda 26 6 0 20 2.040 2.285 12
13 CD Basconia 26 3 3 20 2.177 2.448 9
14 Obradoiro CAB 2 26 2 0 23 1.895 2.466 3 Relegation to Primera División B

Title match[edit]

The title match was played at the Palacio de Deportes in Oviedo.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Barcelona 76–70 Real Madrid
1983 Champion
FC Barcelona

Stats Leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. Claude Gregory BAS 766 25 30,6
2. Nate Davis OBR 321 12 26,8
3. John Stroud CRO 691 26 26,6
4. Chicho Sibilio BAR 674 26 25,9
5. Walter Jordan VAL 665 26 25,6
6. Fernando Martín RMD 600 25 24,0
7. Malcolm Cesare OAR 593 26 22,8
8. Samuel Puente VAL 578 26 22,2
9. José Luis “Indio” Díaz INM 552 26 21,2
10. Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” BAR 549 26 21,1

Notes[edit]

1.^ The title was decided in a match between Barcelona and Real Madrid.
2.^ Obradoiro was deducted 1 point.

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