1988–89 ACB season

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1988-89 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration October 15, 1988 - May 25, 1989
Number of teams 24
Regular Season
Season champions FC Barcelona
Playoffs
ACB Finals
ACB Finals champions FC Barcelona
ACB seasons

The 1988–89 ACB season was the 6th season of the Liga ACB, after changing its name. The number of teams increased from 16 to 24. The format also changed. The 24 teams were divided into two groups of 12. After playing a league, 24 teams were divided into three groups of eight teams each. The first six of the white group and the champions of the red and blue groups played for the title.

FC Barcelona won their third ACB title, and their 6th overall. It was their third ACB title in a row.

Team Standigs[edit]

First Stage[edit]

Advanced to Group I
Advanced to Group II
Advanced to Group III


Second stage[edit]

Advanced to Championship Playoffs
Advanced to Qualification Playoffs
Advanced to Relegation Playoffs


Group III[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA
Grupo IFA 14 11 3 1225 1135
Estudiantes Bose 14 9 5 1171 1068
Puleva Baloncesto Granada 14 8 6 1218 1188
BBV Villalba 14 8 6 1133 1135
Dyc Breogán 14 7 7 1142 1102
Cajacanarias 14 5 9 1193 1229
Valvi Girona 14 5 9 1123 1207
Caja Guipúzcoa 14 3 11 1113 1254

Playoffs[edit]

Relegation Playoffs[edit]

  First Round Second Round
                                 
  1  Fórum Valladolid 86 81 75 94  
4  Caja Guipúzcoa 70 84 72 75  
  4  Caja Guipúzcoa 82 69 67
  3  Tenerife Núm. 1 89 80 78
2  Cajacanarias 72 87 80 77 88
  3  Tenerife Núm. 1 74 78 76 80 79  
  First Round Second Round
                                 
  1  Dyc Breogán 68 77 80 74  
4  TDK Manresa 76 83 75 76  
  1  Dyc Breogán 76 68 80 75 78
  3  Valvi Girona 72 69 74 76 61
2  Gran Canaria 69 71 84
  3  Valvi Girona 64 52 76  

Caja Guipúzcoa and Valvi Girona were relegated.

Qualification Games[edit]

(I-1) Clesa Ferrol vs. (II-3) Pamesa Valencia
Clesa Ferrol win the series 3-0 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 6, 1989 @ Ferrol: Clesa Ferrol 100 - Pamesa Valencia 76
  • Game 2 May 8, 1989 @ Ferrol: Clesa Ferrol 111 - Pamesa Valencia 107
  • Game 3 May 11, 1989 @ Valencia: Pamesa Valencia 79 - Clesa Ferrol - 83

(I-2) Magia de Huesca vs. (III-3) BBV Villalba
BBV Villalba win the series 3-2 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 6, 1989 @ Huesca: Magia de Huesca 67 - BBV Villalba 66
  • Game 2 May 8, 1989 @ Huesca: Magia de Huesca 66 - BBV Villalba 73
  • Game 3 May 11, 1989 @ Collado Villalba: BBV Villalba 82 - Magia de Huesca 53
  • Game 4 May 13, 1989 @ Collado Villalba: BBV Villalba 70 - Magia de Huesca 88
  • Game 5 May 16, 1989 @ Huesca: Magia de Huesca 67 - BBV Villaba 78

(III-1) Estudiantes Bose vs. (II-2) Mayoral Maristas
Estudiantes Bose win the series 3-0 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 6, 1989 @ Madrid: Estudiantes Bose 102 - Mayoral Maristas 80
  • Game 2 May 8, 1989 @ Madrid: Estudiantes Bose 87 - Mayoral Maristas 82
  • Game 3 May 11, 1989 @ Málaga: Mayoral Maristas 80 - Estudiantes Bose 91

(II-1) Cajabilbao vs. (III-2) Puleva Baloncesto Granada
Cajabilbao win the series 3-2 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 6, 1989 @ Bilbao: Cajabilbao 94 - Puleva Baloncesto Granada 87
  • Game 2 May 8, 1989 @ Bilbao: Cajabilbao 69 - Puleva Baloncesto Granada 79
  • Game 3 May 11, 1989 @ Granada: Puleva Baloncesto Granada 79 - Cajabilbao 83
  • Game 4 May 13, 1989 @ Granada: Puleva Baloncesto Granada 83 - Cajabilbao 79
  • Game 5 May 16, 1989 @ Bilbao: Cajabilbao 70 - Puleva Baloncesto Granada 69

Championship Playoffs[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                                   
  1  FC Barcelona 104 106  
8  Grupo IFA 84 89  
  1  FC Barcelona 95 100 105  
  5  CAI Zaragoza 73 93 78  
4  Caja Ronda 81 75
  5  CAI Zaragoza 87 94  
    1  FC Barcelona 94 81 100 87 96
  2  Real Madrid 69 88 86 88 85
  3  Ram Joventut 99 85  
6  Cacaolat Granollers 79 82  
3  Ram Joventut 92 70 90 76
  2  Real Madrid 93 93 87 87  
2  Real Madrid 105 81
  7  Taugrés 90 77  
1988-89 ACB League
FC Barcelona
6th Title
3rd since ACB

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