1984–85 ACB season

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1984-85 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration September 1984 - April 1985
Number of teams 16
Regular Season
Season champions Real Madrid
Playoffs
ACB Finals
ACB Finals champions Real Madrid
ACB seasons

The 1984–85 ACB season was the 2nd 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 second ACB title, and their 24th 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  Cajamadrid 96 78 104  
4  Collado Villalba 65 82 77  
  1  Cajamadrid 90 101
  3  Caja Ronda 82 86
2  Lucky Canarias 74 90
3  Caja Ronda 75 94  

Collado Villalba, Lucky Canarias and Caja Ronda were relegated.

Championship Playoffs[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Real Madrid  
 bye     1  Real Madrid 103 80 116  
8  Caja Álava 73 70   9  Estudiantes 87 83 98  
9  Estudiantes 90 77       1  Real Madrid 96 99  
4  Licor 43       4  Licor 43 78 98  
 bye     4  Licor 43 104 88
5  Fórum Valladolid 102 81 80   12  CAI Zaragoza 99 87  
12  CAI Zaragoza 81 89 86       1  Real Madrid 86 97 91
3  Ron Negrita Joventut       3  Ron Negrita Joventut 111 76 83
 bye     3  Ron Negrita Badalona 87 92 94  
6  Cacaolat Granollers 84 102   6  Cacaolat Granollers 88 87 84  
11  RCD Español 81 77       3  Ron Negrita Joventut 86 82 89
2  Barcelona       2  Barcelona 90 66 87  
 bye     2  Barcelona 105 90
7  Breogán Caixa Galicia 86 78   7  Breogán Caixa Galicia 87 82  
10  Clesa Ferrol 81 77  
1984-85 ACB League
Real Madrid
24th Title
2nd since ACB

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