2002–03 ACB season

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2002-03 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Number of games 340
Number of teams 18
Regular Season
Season champions FC Barcelona
Season MVP Argentina Walter Herrmann (Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada)
Playoffs
ACB Finals
Finals champions FC Barcelona
ACB Finals MVP Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius (FC Barcelona)
ACB seasons

The 2002–03 ACB season was the 20th season of the Liga ACB.

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team GP GW GL PA PC Avg Qualification or relegation
1 FC Barcelona 34 27 7 2792 2588 +204 Qualified to playoffs
2 Pamesa Valencia 34 26 8 2815 2524 +291
3 Unicaja Málaga 34 24 10 2663 2567 +96
4 Adecco Estudiantes 34 23 11 2870 2605 +265
5 Auna Gran Canaria 34 21 13 2834 2713 +121
6 TAU Cerámica 34 18 16 2763 2665 +98
7 DKV Joventut 34 18 16 2849 2753 +96
8 CB Lucentum Alicante 34 18 16 2745 2716 +29
9 Leche Río Breogán 34 17 17 2769 2830 -61
10 Real Madrid 34 17 17 2667 2608 +59
11 Caprabo Lleida 34 16 18 2730 2819 -89
12 Caja San Fernando 34 16 18 2722 2687 +35
13 Ricoh Manresa 34 15 19 2692 2757 -65
14 Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada 34 14 20 2740 2881 -141
15 Casademont Girona 34 12 22 2623 2790 -167
16 Fórum Valladolid 34 11 23 2625 2789 -164
17 Cáceres CB 34 8 26 2683 2930 -247 Relegated to LEB
18 CB Granada 34 5 29 2584 2944 -360

Regular season games[edit]

EST GCN CÁC CSF LLE GIR GRD LUC DKV FCB FOR FUE BRE PAM RMA MAN TAU UNI
Adecco Estudiantes 98−72 87−86 98−72 88−65 91−57 93−88 80−72 86−77 83−55 79−83 81−90 109−70 81−89 84−72 88−71 76−66 85−62
Auna Gran Canaria 88−71 80−63 83−79 92−82 85−66 99−72 85−67 97−94 92−97 95−71 83−63 98−78 79−85 77−66 82−57 80−74 83−81
Cáceres CB 69−74 83−91 88−80 77−85 71−64 91−80 97−93 84−76 73−84 78−83 77−79 69−71 80−83 82−92 82−75 78−102 103−111
Caja San Fernando 85−72 76−59 79−76 66−73 77−68 98−75 75−83 82−87 93−82 70−68 82−93 84−80 77−80 91−74 104−100 89−70 77−82
Caprabo Lleida 91−78 84−89 79−82 78−69 80−75 88−81 87−83 89−115 70−86 80−61 88−100 72−76 64−62 85−69 85−78 66−78 70−77
Casademont Girona 80−88 100−96 93−80 73−80 77−86 87−68 89−83 78−84 74−80 73−77 79−73 86−78 75−67 66−83 81−68 87−99 69−81
CB Granada 93−89 86−83 61−65 77−89 69−73 59−62 73−80 85−106 66−81 76−70 61−69 93−84 66−89 78−87 83−100 66−88 84−91
CB Lucentum Alicante 60−67 88−89 91−87 84−76 100−96 79−64 105−73 70−85 85−75 79−77 87−81 89−85 82−71 83−70 82−51 70−65 76−70
DKV Joventut 70−81 84−77 91−82 74−91 95−97 93−74 91−82 99−93 74−77 80−72 94−73 68−59 68−89 74−78 99−80 73−74 70−63
FC Barcelona 80−74 85−78 99−82 84−70 94−88 75−62 93−78 83−80 81−80 84−75 93–47 81−72 67−68 92−91 89−83 70−62 65−68
Fórum Valladolid 71−78 76−104 84−79 69−85 88−95 92−90 89−71 72−68 92−98 71−74 73−83 78−67 79−100 75−80 78−71 86−78 73−74
J. Pardo Fuenlabrada 102−112 111−98 92−79 91−79 82−94 84−88 107−91 89−82 74−90 71−83 74−67 90−94 73−82 75−101 72−65 84−82 78−95
Leche Río Breogán 78−91 78−61 108−96 80−77 91−70 119−109 76−72 84−73 89−77 70−84 95−90 82−72 88−77 88−78 111−112 70−69 78−79
Pamesa Valencia 88−81 72−74 98−69 81−69 101−75 89−71 75−73 82−92 75−67 87−74 95−72 92−73 88−70 77−76 94−72 78−65 68−69
Real Madrid CF 59−84 72−75 91−58 59−72 89−66 76−78 84−88 86−64 74−71 75−83 80−70 82−75 77−81 74−87 65−54 90−82 68−58
Ricoh Manresa 79−72 92−73 91−75 75−71 81−68 84−57 86−66 88−90 101−96 73−71 90−76 83−82 91−81 77−68 72−73 70−93 62−73
TAU Cerámica 87−94 94−81 85−65 88−80 84−81 84−79 95−77 86−56 81−75 98−108 82−84 90−76 81−70 74−92 78−96 92−84 63−64
Unicaja Málaga 78−77 68−56 98−77 83−78 86−80 81−92 81−73 79−76 73−74 75−83 84−83 72−62 89−68 78−86 85−80 85−76 70−74

Playoffs[edit]

Quarter Finals SemiFinals Finals
                 
1 FC Barcelona 3
8 CB Lucentum 1
1 FC Barcelona 3
4 Adecco Estudiantes 1
4 Adecco Estudiantes 3
5 Auna Gran Canaria 0
1 FC Barcelona 3
2 Pamesa Valencia 0
2 Pamesa Valencia 3
7 DKV Joventut 0
2 Pamesa Valencia 3
3 Unicaja Málaga 2
3 Unicaja Málaga 3
6 Tau Cerámica 2
2002-03 ACB League
FC Barcelona
13th Title

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