1983–84 ACB season

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1983-84 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration September 1983 - April 1984
Number of teams 16
Regular Season
Season champions Real Madrid
Playoffs
ACB Finals
Champions Real Madrid
ACB seasons

The 1983–84 ACB season was the 1st season of the Liga ACB, after changing its name. The sixteen teams were divided in two groups. After playing a double round-robin, the teams are divided again in two groups of eight teams each.

Real Madrid won their first ACB title, and their 23rd overall.

Team Standigs[edit]

First Series[edit]

Advanced to Group A-1
Advanced to Group A-2


Second Series[edit]

Advanced to Playoffs Quarterfinals
Advanced to Playoffs First Round
Advanced to Relegation Playoffs


Relegation Playoffs[edit]

First Round Second Round
 
1  Estudiantes 93 75  
4  Ebro Manresa 91 72  
  1  Estudiantes 88 78 87
  3  Peñas R. Huesca 82 79 70
2  Hospitalet ATO 96 82 82
3  Peñas R. Huesca 102 81 87  

Hospitalet ATO, Ebro Manresa and Peñas Recreativas Huesca were relegated.

Championship Playoffs[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Real Madrid  
 bye     1  Real Madrid 92 82 83  
8  Arabatxo Baskonia 72 93 66   9  CB Cotonoficio 70 91 60  
9  CB Cotonoficio 94 85 76       1  Real Madrid 101 116  
4  Areslux Granollers       5  Joventut Massana 93 89  
 bye     4  Areslux Granollers 82 100 59
5  Joventut Massana 125 113   5  Joventut Massana 106 99 74  
12  F. Filatélico Valladolid 110 103       1  Real Madrid 80 79 2
3  Cajamadrid       2  Barcelona 65 81 0
 bye     3  Cajamadrid 96 101 83  
6  CAI Zaragoza 106 97   6  CAI Zaragoza 83 103 84  
11  Cafisa Canarias 92 85       6  CAI Zaragoza 104 77 75
2  Barcelona       2  Barcelona 100 95 101  
 bye     2  Barcelona 109 111
7  OAR Ferrol 81 95   7  OAR Ferrol 91 92  
10  Caja de Ronda 77 87  
1983-84 ACB League
Real Madrid
23rd Title
1st since ACB

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