2009 ACB Playoffs

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The 2009 ACB Playoffs was the final phase of the 2008–09 ACB season. It started on Saturday, May 16, 2009 and run until Thursday, June 18, 2009.

Quarter Finals SemiFinals Finals
                 
1 TAU Cerámica 2
8 iurbentia Bilbao 0
1 TAU Cerámica 2
4 Real Madrid 1
4 Real Madrid 2
5 DKV Joventut 1
1 TAU Cerámica 1
2 Regal Barcelona 3
2 Regal Barcelona 2
7 Pamesa Valencia 0
2 Regal Barcelona 2
3 Unicaja 1
3 Unicaja 2
6 Kalise Gran Canaria 1

Quarterfinals[edit]

The quarterfinals were best-of-3 series.

TAU Cerámica vs. iurbentia Bilbao[edit]

17 May
12:30 CEST
TAU Cerámica 90–86 iurbentia Bilbao
Scoring by quarter: 23-18, 20-38, 21-11, 26-19
Pts: Rakočević 18
Rebs: Splitter 10
Asts: Splitter, Vidal 5
Pts: three players 15
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Salgado 9
1-0
Fernando Buesa Arena
Attendance: 9,700
Referees: Amorós, García, Peruga
19 May
20:15 CEST
iurbentia Bilbao 76–97 TAU Cerámica
Scoring by quarter: 25-20, 20-27, 11-26, 20-24
Pts: Recker 19
Rebs: Banić 7
Asts: Blums 5
Pts: Rakočević 23
Rebs: McDonald 10
Asts: Rakočević, Prigioni 4
0-2
Bizkaia Arena
Attendance: 10,500
Referees: J.A. Martín Bertrán, Oscar Perea, Lluis Guirao

TAU Cerámica wins the series 2–0

Regal Barcelona vs. Pamesa Valencia[edit]

17 May
12:30 CEST
Regal Barcelona 68–66 Pamesa Valencia
Scoring by quarter: 28-13, 18-17, 15-20, 7-16
Pts: Vázquez 18
Rebs: three players 7
Asts: Lakovič 5
Pts: Oliver, Perović 14
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Oliver, Nielsen 4
1-0
Palau Blaugrana
Attendance: 4,325
Referees: E. Pérez Pizarro, Antonio Conde, José Javier Murgui
19 May
20:45 CEST
Pamesa Valencia 55–81 Regal Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 14-27, 10-26, 16-21, 15-7
Pts: Gregory, Perović 11
Rebs: Miralles 7
Asts: Piétrus, Nielsen 2
Pts: Andersen 21
Rebs: Bartoň 7
Asts: Navarro 6
0-2
Fuente San Luis
Attendance: 8,900
Referees: Juan Carlos Arteaga, Vicente Bultó, Francisco J. Araña

Regal Barcelona wins the series 2–0

Unicaja vs. Kalise Gran Canaria[edit]

17 May
12:30 CEST
Unicaja Málaga 90–96 OT Kalise Gran Canaria
Scoring by quarter: 16-22, 21-13, 17-17, 20-22OT: 16-22
Pts: Cook 25
Rebs: N'Dong 6
Asts: Rodríguez 6
Pts: Sanders 17
Rebs: Augustine 13
Asts: Savané 5
0-1
Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena
Attendance: 10,000
Referees: M.A. Pérez Pérez, Redondo, J.J. Martínez Díez
19 May
19:30 WEST
Kalise Gran Canaria 68–70 Unicaja Málaga
Scoring by quarter: 20-19, 16-12, 20-22, 12-17
Pts: Fisher 16
Rebs: Freeland 9
Asts: Fernández 4
Pts: N'Dong 17
Rebs: N'Dong 11
Asts: Cook, Joseph Gomis 3
1-1
Centro Insular de Deportes
Attendance: 5,200
Referees: Juan Carlos Mitjana, Antonio Conde, José Javier Murgui
24 May
12:30 CEST
Unicaja Málaga 88–57 Kalise Gran Canaria
Scoring by quarter: 15-13, 24-18, 25-7, 24-19
Pts: Kelati 18
Rebs: Archibald, Haislip 7
Asts: Cook 6
Pts: Freeland 12
Rebs: Augustine, Savané 7
Asts: Norris, Moran 2
2-1
Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena
Attendance: 10,000
Referees: Fco. De La Maza, E. Pérez Pizarro, Vicente Bultó

Unicaja wins the series 2–1

Real Madrid vs. DKV Joventut[edit]

16 May
18:15 CEST
Real Madrid 79–62 DKV Joventut
Scoring by quarter: 18-13, 29-10, 18-18, 14-21
Pts: Bullock 14
Rebs: Reyes, Winston 8
Asts: López 8
Pts: Ribas 12
Rebs: Hernández-Sonseca 11
Asts: Ribas, Mallet 3
1-0
Palacio Vistalegre
Attendance: 7,100
Referees: Fco. De La Maza, Oscar Perea, C Sánchez Monserrat
18 May
20:15 CEST
DKV Joventut 82–77 Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 18-22, 30-22, 19-17, 15-16
Pts: three players 16
Rebs: Bogdanović 8
Asts: Rubio 6
Pts: Bullock 22
Rebs: Reyes 10
Asts: López 6
1-1
Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
Attendance: 9,828
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo, J.C García González, Jiménez Trujillo
23 May
18:15 CEST
Real Madrid 78–61 DKV Joventut
Scoring by quarter: 19-14, 25-14, 17-16, 17-17
Pts: Reyes 16
Rebs: Hervelle 10
Asts: Bullock 5
Pts: Bogdanović 20
Rebs: four players 4
Asts: three players 3
2-1
Palacio Vistalegre
Attendance: 12,100
Referees: Juan Carlos Arteaga, M.A. Pérez Pérez, Francisco J. Araña

Real Madrid wins the series 2–1

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were best-of-3 series.

TAU Cerámica vs. Real Madrid[edit]

30 May
18:15 CEST
TAU Cerámica 91–80 Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 26-19, 18-19, 23-17, 24-25
Pts: Rakočević 23
Rebs: Splitter 12
Asts: Prigioni 10
Pts: Mumbrú, Bullock 15
Rebs: Van Den Spiegel, Hervelle 8
Asts: Bullock 7
1-0
Fernando Buesa Arena
Attendance: 9,400
Referees: Juan Carlos Arteaga, J.A. Martín Bertrán, Jiménez Trujillo
4 June
20:15 CEST
Real Madrid 102–82 TAU Cerámica
Scoring by quarter: 22-18, 22-16, 35-19, 23-29
Pts: Reyes 18
Rebs: Mumbrú 8
Asts: López 5
Pts: Vidal 21
Rebs: McDonald 5
Asts: Prigioni 4
1-1
Palacio Vistalegre
Attendance: 11,500
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo, E. Pérez Pizarro, Oscar Perea
6 June
18:15 CEST
TAU Cerámica 89–80 Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 20-20, 15-17, 29-18, 25-25
Pts: Teletović 22
Rebs: Splitter, Teletović 9
Asts: Splitter 5
Pts: Mumbrú 17
Rebs: Reyes 7
Asts: three players 4
2-1
Fernando Buesa Arena
Attendance: 9,450
Referees: Juan Carlos Arteaga, Daniel Hierrezuelo, Oscar Perea

TAU Cerámica wins the series 2–1

Regal Barcelona vs. Unicaja[edit]

31 May
12:30 CEST
Regal Barcelona 70–62 Unicaja
Scoring by quarter: 17-7, 9-21, 21-20, 23-14
Pts: Lakovič 14
Rebs: Andersen 12
Asts: Lakovič, Andersen 3
Pts: Cabezas 15
Rebs: Jiménez 9
Asts: Cook 4
1-0
Palau Blaugrana
Attendance: 4,821
Referees: Juan Carlos Mitjana, Daniel Hierrezuelo, Redondo
5 June
20:45 CEST
Unicaja 82–75 Regal Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 24-18, 19-25, 24-13, 15-19
Pts: N'Dong 20
Rebs: N'Dong 9
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Navarro 26
Rebs: Andersen 7
Asts: Navarro 6
1-1
Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena
Attendance: 10,000
Referees: Xavier Amorós, M.A. Pérez Pérez, J.C García González
7 June
19:00 CEST
Regal Barcelona 86–78 OT Unicaja
Scoring by quarter: 23-19, 22-19, 14-19, 13-15OT: 14-6
Pts: Navarro 18
Rebs: Vázquez 9
Asts: Sada 5
Pts: Cabezas 15
Rebs: Jiménez 9
Asts: Gomis, Welsch 3
2-1
Palau Blaugrana
Attendance: 6,027
Referees: Fco. De La Maza, J.A. Martín Bertrán, Jiménez Trujillo

Regal Barcelona wins the series 2–1

ACB finals[edit]

The finals are a best-of-5 series.

TAU Cerámica vs. Regal Barcelona[edit]

11 June
20:15 CEST
TAU Cerámica 80–82 Regal Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 21-15, 16-28, 19-16, 24-23
Pts: Rakočević 19
Rebs: Splitter 10
Asts: Rakočević 4
Pts: Andersen 21
Rebs: Vázquez 6
Asts: Navarro 8
0-1
Fernando Buesa Arena
Attendance: 9,500
Referees: D. Hierrezuelo, J.A. Martín Bertrán, Redondo
13 June
18:15 CEST
TAU Cerámica 75–67 Regal Barcelona
Scoring by quarter: 20-12, 13-21, 21-16, 21-18
Pts: Rakočević 22
Rebs: Mickeal 9
Asts: Rakočević 4
Pts: Navarro 21
Rebs: Andersen 9
Asts: Andersen, Sada 3
1-1
Fernando Buesa Arena
Attendance: 9,600
Referees: J.C. Arteaga, F. de la Maza, E. Pérez Pizarro
16 June
20:15 CEST
Regal Barcelona 85–67 TAU Cerámica
Scoring by quarter: 17-18, 23-15, 20-16, 25-18
Pts: İlyasova, Basile 21
Rebs: İlyasova 9
Asts: Navarro 5
Pts: Prigioni 12
Rebs: Splitter, Mickeal 6
Asts: Prigioni 2
2-1
Palau Blaugrana
Attendance: 7,213
Referees: D. Hierrezuelo, E. Pérez Pizarro, Jiménez Trujillo
18 June
20:15 CEST
Regal Barcelona 90–77 TAU Cerámica
Scoring by quarter: 27-18, 16-15, 28-27, 19-17
Pts: Navarro 19
Rebs: İlyasova 6
Asts: Navarro 9
Pts: Rakočević 20
Rebs: Splitter 8
Asts: Rakočević 5
3-1
Palau Blaugrana
Attendance: 7,716
Referees: Juan Carlos Arteaga, Daniel Hierrezuelo, Redondo

ACB Finals MVP: Spain Juan Carlos Navarro

2009 ACB League
FC Barcelona
15th Title

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