1995–96 CBA season

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1995–96 CBA season
League Chinese Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Duration December 10, 1995 – April 7, 1996
TV partner(s) CCTV-5
Regular Season
Season champions Bayi Rockets
Season MVP Hu Weidong
Relegated to Second Division Nanjing Army Thunder
Vanguard
Playoffs
Finals
Champions Bayi Rockets
  Runners-up Guangdong Southern Tigers
CBA seasons
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The 1995–96 CBA season was the first Chinese Basketball Association season.

The season ran from December 10, 1995 to April 7, 1996. 12 teams played each other twice in the regular season.[1][2]

Regular Season Standings[edit]

[2]

# 1995–96 CBA season
Team W L PCT GB Home Road Tiebreaker
1 Bayi Rockets 22 0 1.000 - 11–0 11–0
2 Guangdong Southern Tigers 18 4 .818 4 10–1 8–3 GD 1-1(170-167) LN
3 Liaoning Hunters 18 4 .818 4 10–1 8–3
4 Beijing Ducks 17 5 .773 5 10–1 7–4
5 Shandong Flaming Bulls 12 10 .545 10 6–5 6–5
6 Zhejiang Squirrels 10 12 .455 12 4–7 6–5
7 Ji'nan Army 9 13 .458 11 6–5 3–8
8 Shenyang Army 8 14 .364 14 4–7 4–7
9 Air Force 7 15 .318 15 4–7 3–8
10 Jiangsu Dragons 6 16 .273 16 4–7 2–9
11 Nanjing Army Thunder 4 18 .182 18 2–9 2–9
12 Vanguard 1 21 .045 21 1–10 0–11
Key to colors
     Top 8 teams advance to the Playoffs
     Bottom 4 teams advance to the Relegation Round


Playoffs[edit]

The Playoffs used a Home-Away system. Total points were used to decide the winner.[2]

  Semifinals Finals
                         
1  Bayi Rockets 96 112 2  
4  Beijing Ducks 76 100 0  
    1  Bayi Rockets 97 88 2
  2  Guangdong Southern Tigers 63 74 0
2  Guangdong Southern Tigers 81 74 2
3  Liaoning Hunters 79 69 0  
Third Place
4  Beijing Ducks 72 73 1(145)
3  Liaoning Hunters 75 62 1(137)

Relegations[edit]

Bottom 4 teams competed in a knock-out phase, Nanjing Army and Vanguard were relegated to the Second Division.[2]

  9-12 Classification 9th Place
                         
9  Air Force 78 75 2  
12  Vanguard 64 67 0  
    9  Air Force 65 81 2
  10  Jiangsu Dragons 58 64 0
10  Jiangsu Dragons 75 102 1(177)
11  Nanjing Army Thunder 79 93 1(172)  

All-star Game[edit]

The first CBA All-star Game was played on April 4, 1996 in Beijing. The Blue team, featuring players including Wang Zhizhi and Adiljan defeated the White team 106-98.[1]

CBA Awards[edit]

[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 网易体育 (2008-10-29). "1995-1996赛季CBA大事记:史上第一的产生". Retrieved 2010-03-14. 
  2. ^ a b c d 搜狐体育. "Data Source". Retrieved 2011-11-25.