1989–90 ACB season

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1989-90 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration September 19, 1989 - May 30, 1990
Number of teams 24
Regular Season
Season champions FC Barcelona
Playoffs
ACB Finals
Champions FC Barcelona
ACB seasons

The 1989–90 ACB season was the 7th season of the Liga ACB, after changing its name. The competition format was the same as the previous season.

FC Barcelona won their 4th ACB title, and their 7th overall. It was their 4th 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
Taugrés 14 12 2 1266 1077
Pamesa Valencia 14 11 3 1252 1145
BBV Villalba 14 9 5 1223 1180
Cajacanarias 14 6 8 1230 1228
Valvi Girona 14 6 8 1166 1177
Gran Canaria 14 5 9 1038 1127
Tenerife Núm. 1 14 4 10 1190 1314
Caixa Ourense 14 3 11 1183 1301

Playoffs[edit]

Relegation Playoffs[edit]

  First Round Second Round
                                 
  1  Valvi Girona 86 67 86  
4  TDK Manresa 85 61 77  
  4  TDK Manresa 84 87 85 88
  3  Tenerife Núm. 1 83 91 83 83
2  Clesa Ferrol 84 81 86 73 88
  3  Tenerife Núm. 1 71 88 80 76 76  
  First Round Second Round
                                 
  1  Dyc Breogán 79 98 76 79  
4  Caixa Ourense 83 80 66 70  
  4  Caixa Ourense 62 76 54 76
  2  Gran Canaria 61 63 56 67
2  Gran Canaria 72 83 73 67
  3  Puleva Granada 86 71 82 83  

Tenerife Núm. 1 and Gran Canaria were relegated.

Qualification Games[edit]

(I-1) CAI Zaragoza vs. (III-3) Cajacanarias
CAI Zaragoza win the series 3-0 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 4, 1990 @ Zaragoza: CAI Zaragoza 129 - Cajacanarias 82
  • Game 2 May 6, 1990 @ Zaragoza: CAI Zaragoza 98 - Cajacanarias 82
  • Game 3 May 11, 1990 @ La Laguna: Cajacanarias 83 - CAI Zaragoza 111

(I-2) Mayoral Maristas vs. (II-3) Caja San Fernando
Caja San Fernando win the series 3-1 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 4, 1990 @ Málaga: Mayoral Maristas 78 - Caja San Fernando 75
  • Game 2 May 6, 1990 @ Málaga: Mayoral Maristas 67 - Caja San Fernando 76
  • Game 3 May 10, 1990 @ Sevilla: Caja San Fernando 85 - Mayoral Maristas 78
  • Game 4 May 12, 1990 @ Sevilla: Caja San Fernando 90 - Mayoral Maristas 86

(III-1) Pamesa Valencia vs. (II-2) Cajabilbao
Pamesa Valencia win the series 3-0 and qualified to play in the A-1 the next season

  • Game 1 May 3, 1990 @ Valencia: Pamesa Valencia 91 - Cajabilbao 90
  • Game 2 May 5, 1990 @ Valencia: Pamesa Valencia 85 - Cajabilbao 83
  • Game 3 May 10, 1990 @ Bilbao: Cajabilbao 86 - Pamesa Valencia 88

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

  • Game 1 May 3, 1990 @ Huesca: Huesca Magia 83 - BBV Villalba 86
  • Game 2 May 5, 1990 @ Huesca: Huesca Magia 83 - BBV Villalba 87
  • Game 3 May 10, 1990 @ Collado Villalba: BBV Villalba 89 - Huesca Magia 92
  • Game 4 May 12, 1990 @ Collado Villalba: BBV Villalba 78 - Huesca Magia 71

Championship Playoffs[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                                   
  1  FC Barcelona 101 88  
8  Grupo IFA 64 85  
  1  FC Barcelona 119 103 106  
  5  Estudiantes Caja Postal 94 71 89  
4  Caja Ronda 81 66
  5  Estudiantes Caja Postal 84 77  
    1  FC Barcelona 102 94 107
  3  Ram Joventut 91 92 87
  3  Ram Joventut 81 83  
6  Fórum Valladolid 69 67  
3  Ram Joventut 93 86 77
  2  Real Madrid 80 69 72  
2  Real Madrid 105 81
  7  Taugrés 90 77  
1989-90 ACB League
FC Barcelona
7th Title
4th since ACB

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