2009–10 ACB season

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2009–10 ACB season
League Liga ACB
Sport Basketball
Duration October 10, 2009 – May 16, 2010
Number of games 340 (regular season)
20 (playoffs)
Number of teams 18
TV partner(s) Televisión Española
Regular Season
Season champions Regal Barcelona
Season MVP Brazil Tiago Splitter (Caja Laboral)
Top scorer United States Jaycee Carroll (Gran Canaria 2014)
Playoffs
ACB Finals
Champions Caja Laboral
ACB Finals MVP Brazil Tiago Splitter (Caja Laboral)
ACB seasons

The 2009–10 ACB season was the 27th season of the Liga ACB. The regular season began on Saturday, October 10, 2009, and ended on Sunday, May 16, 2010.

Team Standings[edit]

Direct access to 2010–11 Euroleague via league position
Received berth to 2010–11 Euroleague by winning the 2009–10 Eurocup
Clinched playoff berth
Relegated

Italics indicate holder of a Euroleague "A License", giving the team automatic access to the 2010–11 Euroleague Regular Season regardless of league placement.

Final standings:

# Teams GP W L PF PA
1 Regal FC Barcelona 34 31 3 2736 2202
2 Caja Laboral 34 27 7 2734 2484
3 Real Madrid 34 27 7 2762 2442
4 Power Electronics Valencia 34 23 11 2637 2563
5 Unicaja 34 19 15 2721 2545
6 Cajasol 34 19 15 2406 2334
7 Asefa Estudiantes 34 19 15 2672 2621
8 Gran Canaria 2014 34 17 17 2560 2544
9 Bizkaia Bilbao Basket 34 16 18 2538 2551
10 CB Granada 34 15 19 2622 2690
11 DKV Joventut 34 15 19 2639 2712
12 Suzuki Manresa 34 14 20 2440 2563
13 Blancos de Rueda Valladolid 34 13 21 2484 2631
14 Lagun Aro GBC 34 13 21 2500 2667
15 Meridiano Alicante 34 13 21 2563 2696
16 Ayuda en Acción Fuenlabrada 34 12 22 2549 2733
17 Xacobeo Blu:sens 34 8 26 2520 2814
18 CB Murcia 34 5 29 2499 2790

Last updated: 19 May 2010.
Source: ACB

Playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2010 ACB Playoffs

Stats Leaders[edit]

Finals Stats [1]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. United States Jaycee Carroll Gran Canaria 2014 649 34 19,1
2. United States Gerald Fitch Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada 466 26 17,9
3. Serbia Miloš Vujanić CB Murcia 602 34 17,7
4. United States Clay Tucker DKV Joventut 533 33 16,2
5. Greece Kostas Vasileiadis Xacobeo Blu:sens 400 25 16,0

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. Uruguay Esteban Batista Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada 259 31 8,35
2. Brazil Paulo Prestes CB Murcia 204 28 7,29
3. France Tariq Kirksay Cajasol 237 33 7,18
4. United States James Augustine Gran Canaria 2014 242 34 7,12
5. United States Richard Hendrix CB Granada 235 34 6,91

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. United States Omar Cook Unicaja Málaga 204 34 6,00
2. Argentina Maximiliano Stanic Xacobeo Blu:Sens 151 29 5,21
3. Brazil Marcelinho Huertas Caja Laboral 133 27 4,93
4. Spain Ricky Rubio Regal FC Barcelona 150 34 4,41
5. Latvia Kristaps Valters DKV Joventut 143 33 4,33

Awards[edit]

Regular season MVP[edit]

All-ACB team[edit]

Position Player Team
PG Spain Ricky Rubio Regal FC Barcelona
SG Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Regal FC Barcelona
SF Spain Carlos Suárez Asefa Estudiantes
PF Slovenia Erazem Lorbek Regal FC Barcelona
C Brazil Tiago Splitter Caja Laboral

Best Coach[edit]

ACB Rising Star Award[edit]

MVP Week by Week[edit]

Date Player Team Efficiency
1 Uruguay Esteban Batista Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada 31
2 United States Gerald Fitch Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (2) 37
3 United States Chris Moss
United States Chris Thomas
CB Murcia
Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (3)
32
4 United States Gerald Fitch (2) Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (4) 44
5 Spain Rafa Martínez Power Electronics Valencia 24
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirza Teletović Caja Laboral 34
7 Spain Román Montañez Suzuki Manresa 36
8 Serbia Novica Veličković Real Madrid 36
9 Uruguay Esteban Batista (2) Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (5) 29
10 Spain Rafa Martínez (2) Power Electronics Valencia (2) 36
11 Croatia Marko Banić Bizkaia Bilbao Basket 25
12 United States Tariq Kirksay Cajasol 30
13 Brazil Rafael Hettsheimeir Xacobeo Blu:Sens 35
14 Australia Joe Ingles CB Granada 40
15 United States Gerald Fitch (3) Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (6) 42
16 Argentina Diego García Blancos de Rueda Valladolid 47
17 United States Clay Tucker DKV Joventut 44
18 United States Chris Lofton Asefa Estudiantes 28
19 United States Gerald Fitch (4) Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (7) 30
20 Australia Joe Ingles (2) CB Granada (2) 34
21 France Nando De Colo Power Electronics Valencia (3) 37
22 Belgium Axel Hervelle Bizkaia Bilbao Basket (2) 36
23 Argentina Federico Van Lacke Blancos de Rueda Valladolid (2) 33
24 Spain Carlos Suárez Asefa Estudiantes (2) 35
25 Greece Kostas Vasileiadis Xacobeo Blu:Sens (2) 35
26 Uruguay Esteban Batista (3) Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada (8) 33
27 Australia Matt Nielsen Power Electronics Valencia (4) 32
28 Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Regal FC Barcelona 32
29 United States Jaycee Carroll Gran Canaria 2014 31
30 Serbia Dusko Savanovic Cajasol (2) 40
31 Spain Álex Mumbrú Bizkaia Bilbao Basket (3) 37
32 Spain Txemi Urtasun Meridiano Alicante 26
33 Argentina Juanpi Gutiérrez CB Granada (3) 31
34 Serbia Milos Vujanic CB Murcia (2) 32

Last updated: 16 May 2010.
Source: ACB

Player of the month[edit]

Month Week Player Team Efficiency
October 1–5 United States Gerald Fitch Ayuda en acción Fuenlabrada 24,2 [1]
November 6–10 Serbia Novica Veličković Real Madrid 19,6 [2]
December 11–15 United States Clay Tucker DKV Joventut 22,8 [3]
January 16–20 Argentina Federico Van Lacke Blancos de Rueda Valladolid 22,4 [4]
February 21–23 United States Omar Cook Unicaja 20 [5]
March 24–27 Spain Carlos Suárez Asefa Estudiantes 23,75 [6]
April 28–31 Brazil Tiago Splitter Caja Laboral 27,7 [7]
May 31–34 United States Nik Caner-Medley Asefa Estudiantes 22,7 [8]

Last updated: 1 May 2010.
Source: ACB

References[edit]

  1. ^ ACB Stats
  2. ^ Tiago Splitter, MVP Orange 2009–10 ACB.com (Spanish)
  3. ^ Xavi Pascual, Mejor Entrenador de la ACB 2009–10 ACB.com (Spanish)
  4. ^ Richard Hendrix, Jugador Revelación ACB 2009–10 ACB.com (Spanish)