2012–13 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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2012-2013 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina season
League Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sport Basketball
Duration 20 October 2012 – 23 March 2013
(regular season)
Number of teams  Bosnia and Herzegovina (12 teams)
TV partner(s) BHT 1
RTRS
Regular Season
Season champions Mladost
Season MVP Bosnia and Herzegovina Amin Hot (Vogošća)
Top scorer Bosnia and Herzegovina Mujo Tuljković (Vogošća)
Liga 6
Season champions Igokea
Season MVP Bosnia and Herzegovina Filip Goranović (Radnik BN Basket)
Top scorer Bosnia and Herzegovina Filip Goranović (Radnik BN Basket)
Playoff stage
Finals champions Igokea
  Runners-up Široki WWin
Premijer liga BiH seasons
2013–14 →

The 2012-2013 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the 12th season of the Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with 12 teams from Bosnia participating in it.

Regular season will start on October 20, 2012, and it will last until March 23, 2013.

Current season teams (2012-2013)[edit]

Team City Venue (Capacity)
KK Sloboda Tuzla Tuzla Javno preduzeće SKPC Velika dvorana Mejdan (6,000)
KK Borac Banja Luka Banja Luka Javna ustanova Sportski centar Borik (4,260)
KK Bosna Sarajevo Olimpijska dvorana Ramiz Salčin Mojmilo (1,299)
KK Posušje Posušje Sportska dvorana Posušje (1,000)
KK Leotar Trebinje Sportska dvorana Miloš Mrdić (2,000)
HKK Čapljina Lasta Čapljina Sportska dvorana Čapljina (2,000)
KK Varda Višegrad Višegrad Sportska dvorana Višegrad (1,000)
KK Servitium Gradiška Sportski centar Nenad Baštinac (2,500)
KK Mladost Mrkonjić Grad Mrkonjić Grad Arena Komercijalna banka AD (2,000)
KK Radnik Bijeljina Bijeljina Sala Osnovne škole Vuk Karadžić (2,000)
KK Kakanj Kakanj Sportska dvorana Kakanj (1,300)
HKK Zrinjski Mostar Mostar Školska dvorana Bijeli Brijeg (1,000)
KK Vogošća Vogošća Javna ustanova KSC Sportska dvorana Amel Bečković (3,000)

Locations[edit]

Regural Season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Schedule and results[edit]

1. round
Zrinjski – Mladost 63-58
Vogošća – Posušje 85-81
Čapljina – Bosna 83-80
Borac – Varda HE 75-74
Leotar – Kakanj 83-69
Radnik – Servitium 72-44
2. round
Mladost – Borac 68-66
Čapljina – Radnik 78-66
Varda HE – Leotar 78-70
Kakanj – Vogošća 90-80
Bosna – Posušje 88-73
Servitium – Zrinjski 75-74
3. round
Zrinjski – Čapljina 58-63
Vogošća – Varda HE 75-93
Radnik – Bosna 77-76
Leotar – Mladost 82-84 OT
Borac – Servitium 71-63
Posušje – Kakanj 90-57
4. round
Bosna – Kakanj 94-75
Čapljina – Borac 79-62
Mladost – Vogošća 88-66
Radnik – Zrinjski 77-66
Varda HE – Posušje 85-79
Servitium – Zrinjski 79-75
5. round
Zrinjski – Bosna 82-76
Kakanj – Varda HE 77-56
Leotar – Čapljina 87-68
Posušje – Mladost 53-84
Vogošća – Servitium 81-75
Borac – Radnik 71-64
6. round
Zrinjski – Borac 78-81
Radnik – Leotar 67-65
Čapljina – Vogošća 93-78
Mladost – Kakanj 83-72
Bosna – Varda HE 95-82
Servitium – Posušje 0-20
7. round
Leotar – Zrinjski 91-80
Borac – Bosna 77-83
Vogošća – Radnik 76-78
Kakanj – Servitium 89-74
Posušje – Čapljina 61-70
Varda HE – Mladost 69-79
8. round
Bosna – Mladost 82-81
Servitium – Varda HE 87-81
Radnik – Posušje 77-64
Čapljina – Kakanj 76-60
Zrinjski – Vogošća 110-102
Borac – Leotar 85-66
9. round
Leotar – Bosna 82-94
Vogošća – Borac 80-69
Kakanj – Radnik 93-85
Posušje – Zrinjski 83-81
Mladost – Servitium 71-67
Varda HE – Čapljina 86-78
10. round
Bosna – Servitium 76-70
Radnik – Varda HE 72-56
Borac – Posušje 100-95
Leotar – Vogošća 80-85
Čapljina – Mladost 69-59
Zrinjski – Kakanj 86-80
11. round
Varda HE – Zrinjski 75-80
Kakanj – Borac 77-75
Posušje – Leotar 83-76
Vogošća – Bosna 86-94
Servitium – Čapljina 64-77
Mladost – Radnik 87-73
12. round
Bosna – Čapljina 94-72
Varda HE – Borac 71-53
Servitium – Radnik 67-66
Mladost – Zrinjski 100-85
Posušje – Vogošća 88-81
Kakanj – Leotar 75-85
13. round
Posušje – Bosna 60-58
Leotar – Varda HE 65-62
Radnik – Čapljina 71-59
Vogošća – Kakanj 105-70
Borac – Mladost 69-80
Zrinjski – Servitium 66-76
14. round
Čapljina – Zrinjski 83-60
Mladost – Leotar 55-57
Varda HE – Vogošća 71-64
Kakanj – Posušje 90-72
Bosna – Radnik 85-77
Servitium – Borac 64-70
15. round
Kakanj – Bosna 63-75
Posušje – Varda HE 72-76
Vogošća – Mladost 60-73
Zrinjski – Radnik 75-68
Borac – Čapljina 73-62
Leotar – Servitium 87-58
16. round
Bosna – Zrinjski 84-82
Servitium – Vogošća 70-84
Radnik – Borac 73-69
Čapljina – Leotar 61-41
Mladost – Posušje 70-65
Varda HE – Kakanj 79-74
17. round
Borac – Zrinjski 69-77
Kakanj – Mladost 76-73
Posušje – Servitium 92-52
Varda HE – Bosna 78-69
Vogošća – Čapljina 82-94
Leotar – Radnik 88-86
18. round
Zrinjski – Leotar 72-54
Servitium – Kakanj 75-69
Mladost – Varda HE 77-59
Bosna – Borac 78-69
Radnik – Vogošća 85-71
Čapljina – Posušje 81-71
19. round
Mladost – Bosna 98-92 OT
Kakanj – Čapljina 64-77
Posušje – Radnik 81-67
Varda HE – Servitium 83-58
Leotar – Borac 73-62
Vogošća – Zrinjski 94-89 OT
20. round
Bosna – Leotar 82-51
Borac – Vogošća 81-68
Zrinjski – Posušje 89-76
Čapljina – Varda HE 74-67
Sevitium – Mladost 45-98
Radnik – Kakanj 67-79
21. round
Kakanj – Zrinjski 72-79
Servitium – Bosna 63-100
Mladost – Čapljina 83-79
Varda HE – Radnik 45-64
Vogošća – Leotar 87-76
Posušje – Borac 79-78
22. round
Leotar – Posušje 97-76
Bosna – Vogošća 78-68
Zrinjski – Varda HE 78-63
Borac – Kakanj 75-76
Radnik – Mladost 64-65
Čapljina – Servitium 76-66

Liga 6[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Total
P W L F A D Pts
1 Igokea 10 9 1 854 611 243 19
2 Široki WWin 10 9 1 795 650 145 19
3 Mladost MG 10 5 5 728 747 -19 15
4 Bosna BH Telekom 10 3 7 635 748 -113 13
5 Radnik BN Basket 10 3 7 688 805 -117 13
6 Čapljina Lasta 10 1 9 625 764 -139 11

P=Matches played, W=Matches won, L=Matches lost, F=Points for, A=Points against, D=Points difference, Pts=Points

Qualification for Playoff Stage

As of 18 May 2013

Schedule and results[1][edit]

BOS ČAP IGO MLA RAD ŠIR
Bosna BH Telekom 69–67 58–90 70–59 81–72 49–73
Čapljina Lasta 76–67 61–73 71–84 66–68 64–71
Igokea 76–50 100–38 87–68 100–70 80–64
Mladost MG 66–61 80–55 62–92 89–61 74–75
Radnik BN Basket 74–70 76–66 55–79 86–87 60–82
Široki WWin 95–60 76–61 85–77 89–59 85–66

Playoff stage[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Game 1
10. May 2013.
20:00
Igokea 82–44 Bosna
Scoring by quarter: 25 – 10, 18 – 12, 15 – 11, 24 – 11
Pts: Radukić 15
Rebs: Two players 5
Asts: Two players 5
Pts: S. Demić 13
Rebs: Rizvić 7
Asts: Rizvić 2
Igokea leads 1–0
11. May 2013.
20:00
Široki WWin 81–67 Mladost
Scoring by quarter: 26 – 22, 13 – 15, 18 – 16, 24 – 14
Pts: Barać 21
Rebs: Šakić 12
Asts: Jones 5
Pts: Bijelić 23
Rebs: Bijelić 9
Asts: Ivanić 3
Široki WWin leads 1–0
Game 2
14. May 2013.
19:00
Bosna 58–86 Igokea
Scoring by quarter: 21 – 21, 10 – 15, 10 – 28, 17 – 22
Pts: Buza 19
Rebs: Buza 6
Asts: Two players 2
Pts: Štemberger 17
Rebs: Three players 3
Asts: Bocka 5
Igokea won 2–0
14. May 2013.
20:00
Mladost 53–70 Široki WWin
Scoring by quarter: 6 – 25, 20 – 15, 9 – 16, 18 – 14
Pts: Bijelić 15
Rebs: Bijelić 6
Asts: Two players 2
Pts: Šakić 16
Rebs: Ramljak 7
Asts: Šakić 4
Široki WWin won 2–0

Final[edit]

Game 1
21. May 2013.
20:30
Igokea 69–61 Široki WWin
Scoring by quarter: 22 – 12, 8 – 12, 19 – 14, 20 – 23
Pts: Komatina 13
Rebs: Radukić 6
Asts: Hammonds 9
Pts: Šakić 16
Rebs: Šakić 10
Asts: Two players 3
Igokea leads 1–0
Sportski centar Nenad Baštinac
Laktaši, Bosnia
Attendance: 1500
Referees: Petar Obradović, Haris Bijedić, Dragan Kralj
Game 2
25. May 2013.
17:00
Široki WWin 7271 Igokea
Scoring by quarter: 30 – 19, 12 – 16, 17 – 20, 13 – 16
Pts: Šakić 18 Pts: Adamović 14

Bracket[edit]

Semifinals Final
           
1 Igokea 2
4 Bosna 0
1 Igokea 3
2 Široki WWin 2
2 Široki WWin 2
3 Mladost 0
2012–13 Basketball Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina Champions

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Stats leaders[edit]

As of 24 March 2013

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Mujo Tuljković Vogošća 310 13 23.8
2. Croatia Ivan Baković Posušje 474 21 22.6
3. Montenegro Boris Lalović Zrinjski 451 22 20.5
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina Mario Filipović Vogošća 259 13 19.9
5. Bosnia and Herzegovina Sead Hadžifejzović Kakanj 329 19 17.3

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Mujo Tuljković Vogošća 122 13 9.4
2. Serbia Marko Jošilo Varda 188 21 9.0
3. Montenegro Boris Lalović Zrinjski 182 22 8.3
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina Filip Goranović Radnik BN Basket 141 20 7.1
5. Bosnia and Herzegovina Nebojša Pavlović Borac 148 21 7.0

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Amin Hot Vogošća 157 22 7.1
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dinko Peljto Kakanj 114 20 5.7
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina Edi Sinadinović Zrinjski 62 12 5.2
4. Serbia Nemanja Kovačević Čapljina Lasta 107 22 4.9
5. Croatia Ivan Baković Posušje 100 21 4.8

Ranking MVP[edit]

Rank Name Team Efficiency Games Average
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Amin Hot Vogošća 566 22 25.7
2. Montenegro Boris Lalović Zrinjski 562 22 25.5
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina Mujo Tuljković Vogošća 326 13 25.1
4. Croatia Ivan Baković Posušje 428 21 23.8
5. Bosnia and Herzegovina Ramo Rizvić Bosna 481 22 21.9

MVP Round by Round[edit]

References[edit]