2003–04 ACB season

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2003-04 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Number of games 340
Number of teams 18
Regular Season
Season champions TAU Cerámica
Season MVP Argentina Andrés Nocioni (TAU Cerámica)
Playoffs
ACB Finals
Champions FC Barcelona
ACB Finals MVP Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Bodiroga (FC Barcelona)
ACB seasons

The 2003–04 ACB season was the 21st season of the Liga ACB.

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team GP GW GL PF PC Qualification or relegation
1 TAU Cerámica 34 28 6 2964 2668 Qualified for Playoffs
2 FC Barcelona 34 23 11 2606 2462
3 Pamesa Valencia 34 23 11 2841 2659
4 Adecco Estudiantes 34 20 14 2750 2642
5 Real Madrid 34 20 14 2846 2727
6 Unicaja Málaga 34 20 14 2621 2623
7 Auna Gran Canaria 34 17 17 2551 2529
8 DKV Joventut 34 16 18 2829 2759
9 Ricoh Manresa 34 16 18 2707 2697
10 Unelco Tenerife 34 16 18 2651 2715
11 Fórum Valladolid 34 16 18 2798 2844
12 Caja San Fernando 34 15 19 2708 2684
13 Casademont Girona 34 15 19 2735 2785
14 Etosa Alicante 34 14 20 2558 2633
15 Leche Río Breogán 34 14 20 2714 2818
16 Caprabo Lleida 34 13 21 2673 2790
17 Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada 34 13 21 2704 2932 Relegated to LEB
18 Polaris World Murcia 34 7 27 2565 2854
Play-Offs Direct relegation

Playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2005 ACB Playoffs
Quarter Finals SemiFinals Finals
                 
1 TAU Cerámica 3
8 DKV Joventut 1
1 TAU Cerámica 1
4 Adecco Estudiantes 3
4 Adecco Estudiantes 3
5 Real Madrid 1
2 FC Barcelona 3
4 Adecco Estudiantes 2
2 FC Barcelona 3
7 Auna Gran Canara 2
2 FC Barcelona 3
6 Unicaja Málaga 0
3 Winterthur FC Barcelona 1
6 Adecco Estudiantes 3
2003-04 ACB League
FC Barcelona
14th Title

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