2010–11 ABA NLB League

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2010-11 NLB League season
League Liga ABA
Sport Basketball
Duration 8 October 2010 - 21 April 2011
Number of games 185
Number of teams  Serbia (4 teams)
 Croatia (4 teams)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (2 teams)
 Slovenia (2 teams)
 Montenegro (1 team)
 Czech Republic (1 team)
Regular season
Season champions Serbia Partizan
Season MVP Croatia Luka Žorić (Zagreb)
Top scorer United States Michael Lee (Radnički) (19.60 ppg)
Final four
Finals champions Serbia Partizan
  Runners-up Slovenia Union Olimpija
NLB League seasons

The 2010–11 season was the 10th season of the Liga ABA and 14 teams from Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Czech Republic participated in it. It was only time that team from Czech Republic, Nymburk took part in this regional league, and second time since formation that team that is not from former Yugoslavia took part in league.

2010-11 NLB League Final Four was held on 19–21 April in Arena Stožice, Ljubljana.

Team information[edit]

Venues and locations[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
 Serbia 4
Partizan Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Hemofarm STADA Vršac Millennium Center (5,000)
Crvena zvezda Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Radnički Kragujevac Hala Jezero (3,570)
 Croatia 4
Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Zadar Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall (9,200)
Zagreb CO Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Cedevita Zagreb Sutinska vrela (2,000)
 Slovenia 2
Union Olimpija Ljubljana Arena Stožice (12,480)
Krka Novo mesto Leon Štukelj Hall (3,000)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
Igokea Aleksandrovac Laktaši Sports Hall (3,000)
Široki TT Kabeli Široki Brijeg "Pecara" (4,500)
 Montenegro 1
Budućnost m:tel Podgorica Morača Sports Center (4,570)
 Czech Republic 1
ČEZ Nymburk Nymburk Sportovní Hala (1,200)

Head coaches[edit]

Team Head coach Seasons as head coach
Budućnost m:tel Montenegro Dejan Radonjić
6
Cedevita Croatia Aleksandar Petrović
2
Cibona Montenegro Zdravko Radulović
1
Crvena zvezda Serbia Mihailo Uvalin
1
Hemofarm STADA Serbia Željko Lukajić
9
Igokea Serbia Slobodan Klipa
1
Krka Serbia Aleksandar Džikić
2
ČEZ Nymburk Israel Ronen Ginzburg
1
Union Olimpija Slovenia Jure Zdovc
3
Partizan Serbia Vlada Jovanović
1
Radnički Serbia Miroslav Nikolić
2
Zadar Croatia Danijel Jusup
6
Zagreb CO Croatia Denis Bajramović
3
Široki TT Kabeli Bosnia and Herzegovina Ivan Velić
2

Coaching changes[edit]

Week Club Outgoing coach Date of vacancy Incoming coach Date of appointment
8th Zagreb Croatia Denis Bajramović 24 November 2010[1] Croatia Mladen Erjavec 25 November 2010
13th Cibona Montenegro Zdravko Radulović 30 December 2010[2] Croatia Dražen Anzulović 30 December 2010
16th Zadar Croatia Danijel Jusup 12 January 2011[3] Croatia Tihomir Bujan 12 January 2011
22nd Zadar Croatia Tihomir Bujan 2 March 2011[4] Croatia Pino Grdović 3 March 2011[5]

Regular season[edit]

The regular season began on Friday, 8 October 2010, and will end on Tuesday, 15 March 2011.

Standings[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

Stats leaders[edit]

As of 21 April 2011[7]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. United States Michael Lee Serbia Radnički 490 25 19.60
2. Croatia Luka Žorić Croatia Zagreb 505 26 19.42
3. Croatia Bojan Bogdanović Croatia Cibona 454 24 18.92
4. United States Corsley Edwards Croatia Cedevita 367 21 17.48
5. United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita 439 26 16.88

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. Croatia Luka Žorić Croatia Zagreb 213 26 8.19
2. Montenegro Vladimir Dragičević Montenegro Budućnost 188 27 6.96
3. Czech Republic Radek Nečas Czech Republic Nymburk 148 23 6.43
4. Croatia Mario Kasun Croatia Zagreb 135 21 6.43
5. United States James Gist Serbia Partizan 140 23 6.09

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. Serbia Miljan Pavković Serbia Hemofarm 135 26 5.19
2. United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita 132 26 5.08
3. Australia Steven Marković Serbia Radnički 127 26 4.88
4. Croatia Vedran Morović Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki 107 25 4.28
5. United States Brian Chase Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 95 24 3.96

Ranking MVP[edit]

Rank Name Team Efficiency Games Average
1. Croatia Luka Žorić Croatia Zagreb 614 26 23.62
2. United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita 552 26 21.23
3. United States Michael Lee Serbia Radnički 509 25 20.36
4. Montenegro Vladimir Dragičević Montenegro Budućnost 519 27 19.81
5. United States Corsley Edwards Croatia Cedevita 392 21 18.67

MVP Round by Round[edit]

Round Player Team Efficiency
1 Serbia Milan Mačvan Serbia Hemofarm 33
2 Croatia Bojan Bogdanović Croatia Cibona 29
3 United States Michael Lee Serbia Radnički 34
4 Croatia Bojan Bogdanović(2) Croatia Cibona 39
5 United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita 38
6 Serbia Milan Mačvan (2) Serbia Hemofarm 33
7 Serbia Čedomir Vitkovac Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 28
8 Croatia Luka Žorić Croatia Zagreb 42
9 United States Michael Lee (2) Serbia Radnički 31
10 United States Michael Lee (3) Serbia Radnički 34
11 Australia Steven Marković Serbia Radnički 38
12 Croatia Luka Žorić (2) Croatia Zagreb 39
13 United States Corsley Edwards Croatia Cedevita 38
14 Croatia Marko Car Croatia Zadar 36
15 United States Chester Simmons Czech Republic Nymburk 33
16 United States Corsley Edwards (2) Croatia Cedevita 48
17 Serbia Boris Savović Serbia Hemofarm 44
18 Croatia Luka Žorić (3) Croatia Zagreb 31
19 Serbia Vladan Vukosavljević Serbia Radnički 31
20 United States Bracey Wright Croatia Cedevita 40
21 Croatia Luka Žorić (4) Croatia Zagreb 35
22 Croatia Luka Žorić (5) Croatia Zagreb 37
23 Croatia Luka Žorić (6) Croatia Zagreb 40
24 Croatia Mario Kasun Croatia Zagreb 36
25 Montenegro Vladimir Dragičević Montenegro Budućnost 33
26 Croatia Mario Kasun (2) Croatia Zagreb 36
Semifinals Slovenia Zoran Dragić Slovenia Krka 18
Final Australia Nathan Jawai Serbia Partizan 19

Source: NLB League

Final four[edit]

Matches in, Arena Stožice, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Semifinals
19 April
Final
21 April
           
1 Serbia Partizan 62
4 Montenegro Budućnost m:tel 58
1 Serbia Partizan 77
2 Slovenia Union Olimpija 74
2 Slovenia Union Olimpija 67
3 Slovenia Krka 57

Semifinals[edit]

19 April
18:15
Partizan Serbia 62–58 Montenegro Budućnost m:tel
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 16–13, 7–16, 25–13
Pts: Jerrells, Katić 13
Rebs: Gist 6
Asts: Gist 2
Pts: Simonović 14
Rebs: Simonović 8
Asts: Kadziulis 3
Arena Stožice, Ljubljana
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Dubravko Muhvić (CRO), Sašo Pukl (SLO), Matej Boltauzer (SLO)

19 April
20:45
Union Olimpija Slovenia 67–57 Slovenia Krka
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 16–17, 22–15, 15–14
Pts: Ožbolt 19
Rebs: Jagodnik 10
Asts: Ilievski 4
Pts: Dragić 13
Rebs: Pavič, Balažič 5
Asts: Krivec 3
Arena Stožice, Ljubljana
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Zoran Šutulović (MNE), Milija Vojinović (SRB)

Final[edit]

21 April
20:45
Partizan Serbia 77–74 Slovenia Union Olimpija
Scoring by quarter: 26–23, 17–16, 22–19, 12–16
Pts: Jerrells 20
Rebs: Jawai, Veselý 6
Asts: Lučić, Kecman 2
Pts: Ilievski 15
Rebs: Jagodnik 7
Asts: Ožbolt, Ilievski 3
Arena Stožice, Ljubljana
Attendance: 12,000
Referees: Srđan Dožai (CRO), Sreten Radović (CRO), Siniša Herceg (CRO)


2010–11 ABA NLB League Champions

Serbia
Partizan
5th Title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zagreb sacked coach Bajramović". Adriaticbasket (Adriaticbasket.com). 25 November 2010. Retrieved 27 November 2010. 
  2. ^ "Rastanak s Radulovićem, novi trener Dražen Anzulović". Cibona.com. 30 December 2010. Retrieved 30 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "Tihomir Bujan novi trener Zadra". kkzadar.net. 12 January 2011. Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  4. ^ "Poraz Zadra, Bujan podnio ostavku". kkzadar.net. 2 March 2011. Retrieved 2 March 2011. 
  5. ^ "Zadar with a new coach: Pino Grdović". adriaticbasket.com. 3 March 2011. Retrieved 3 March 2011. 
  6. ^ Standings - Regular Season, adriaticbasket.info
  7. ^ NLB Stats

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