2006–07 ACB season

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2006-07 ACB season
League ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration September 30, 2006 - June 24, 2007
Number of games 340 (regular season)
30 (playoff)
Number of teams 18
Regular Season
Season champions TAU Cerámica
Season MVP Argentina Luis Scola
Top scorer Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
Playoffs
ACB Finals
ACB Finals champions Real Madrid
ACB Finals MVP Spain Felipe Reyes
ACB seasons

The 2006–07 ACB season was the 24th season of the Liga ACB. The regular season began on Saturday, September 30, 2006, and ended on Sunday, May 13, 2007. The regular season ended with TAU Cerámica in first place, but Real Madrid won the ACB finals against Wintethur FC Barcelona.

Clinched playoff berth
Eliminated from playoffs contention
Relegated

Team standings after 34 games.[1]

Playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2007 ACB Playoffs
Quarter Finals SemiFinals Finals
                 
1 TAU Cerámica 3
8 Unicaja Málaga 0
1 TAU Cerámica 2
4 Winterthur FCB 3
4 Winterthur FCB 3
5 Akasvayu Girona 1
4 Winterthur FCB 1
2 Real Madrid 3
2 Real Madrid 3
7 Pamesa Valencia 1
2 Real Madrid 3
3 DKV Joventut 2
3 DKV Joventut 3
6 Gran Canaria Grupo Dunas 2
2006-07 ACB League
Real Madrid
30th Title
8th since ACB

Stats Leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Winterthur FC Barcelona 33 572 17.3
2. Argentina Luis Scola TAU Cerámica 29 4928 17.0
3. Spain Rudy Fernández DKV Joventut 32 520 16.3
4. United States Louis Bullock Real Madrid 34 525 15.4
5. Serbia Igor Rakočević TAU Cerámica 32 4920 15.4

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. United States Curtis Borchardt CB Granada 26 274 10.54
2. United States Michael Bradley Bruesa GBC 32 270 8.44
3. United States Bud Eley Grupo Capitol Valladolid 34 275 8.09
4. France Frédéric Weis Lagun Aro Bilbao 34 266 7.82
5. United States Charles Gaines DKV Joventut 34 264 7.76

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Argentina Pepe Sánchez Unicaja Málaga 31 141 4.55
2. Spain Raül López Real Madrid 30 130 4.33
3. Argentina Pablo Prigioni TAU Cerámica 34 147 4.32
4. Argentina Nicolás Gianella CB Granada 29 108 3.72
5. Spain Javier Salgado Lagun Aro Bilbao 32 118 3.69

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.acb.com/resulcla.php