2012–13 ABA League

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2012–13 ABA League season
League ABA League
Sport Basketball
Duration September 29, 2012 – March 23, 2013
(regular season)
Number of games 208
Number of teams  Croatia (4 teams)
 Serbia (3 teams)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (2 teams)
 Slovenia (2 teams)
 Hungary (1 team)
 Macedonia (1 team)
 Montenegro (1 team)
TV partner(s) Arena Sport , Šport TV, Sport 1, MKTV, RTS, HRT, RTCG
Regular season
Season champions Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea
Season MVP Slovenia Aleksandar Ćapin (Radnički)
Top scorer Slovenia Aleksandar Ćapin (Radnički) (17.48 ppg)
Final four
Champions Serbia Partizan
  Runners-up Serbia Crvena zvezda
Final four MVP France Leo Westermann (Partizan)
ABA League seasons

The 2012–13 ABA League is the 12th season of the ABA League, with 14 teams from Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Hungary participating in it. This is the first time a team from Macedonia, MZT Skopje, and a team from Hungary, Szolnoki Olaj are taking part in this regional league, and the fourth time since the league's creation that team that is not from the former Yugoslavia participates in it. It will also be for the first time that two best teams ABA League gain automatic access to the next seasons Euroleague competition, while third placed will gain wild card to Euroleague qualification round.[1]

Regular season will start on September 29, 2012, and it will last until March 23, 2013. 2012–13 ABA League Final Four will be held in Laktaši Sports Hall, Laktaši.[2]

Team information[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
Croatia Croatia 4
Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Cedevita Zagreb Sutinska vrela (2,000)
Split Split Arena Gripe (6,000)
Zadar Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall (10,000)
Serbia Serbia 3
Crvena zvezda Telekom Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Partizan mt:s Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Radnički Kragujevac Hala Jezero (5,320)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
Igokea Aleksandrovac Laktaši Sports Hall (3,000)
Široki WWin Široki Brijeg Pecara (4,500)
Slovenia Slovenia 2
Krka Novo mesto Leon Štukelj Hall (3,000)
Union Olimpija Ljubljana Arena Stožice (12,480)
Hungary Hungary 1 Szolnoki Olaj Szolnok Tiszaligeti Sportcsarnok (3,000)
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 1 MZT Skopje Aerodrom Skopje Boris Trajkovski Sports Center (8,000)
Montenegro Montenegro 1 Budućnost VOLI Podgorica Morača Sports Center (5,000)



Regular season[edit]

The regular season began on September 29, 2012, and it will end on March 23, 2013.

Standings[edit]

Pld – Played; W – Won; L – Lost; PF – Points for; PA – Points against; Diff – Difference; Pts – Points.

As of 24 March 2013[3]

Schedule and results[edit]

Source:[4]

BUD CDV CIB CZV IGK KRK MZT PAR RKG SPL SZO ŠRK UOL ZDR
Montenegro Budućnost VOLI 74–78 60–64 72–63 76–71 74–66 87–71 62–81 80–78 66–47 88–63 65–57 79–75 76–60
Croatia Cedevita 84–75 92–78 68–66 78–76 97–78 78–80 76–77 86–68 72–75 91–86 90–69 73–67 67–83
Croatia Cibona 60–73 73–64 63–71 78–87 78–86 72–77 80–72 81–85 81–73 97–71 69–63 74–62 90–81
Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 79–63 90–65 97–95 75–76 79–61 87–72 84–76 87–73 94–67 103–74 69–57 87–76 88–79
Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 70–61 56–64 94–88 80–77 84–75 79–55 73–50 88–85 79–64 86–84 89-73 87–82 90–75
Slovenia Krka 51–66 62–63 69–67 52–57 63–83 68–80 58–66 52–77 79–68 71–56 74–71 79–76 78–62
Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Aerodrom 69–76 74–61 82–76 60–75 77–81 92–88 66–64 75–83 93–84 87–53 63–59 76–87 94–69
Serbia Partizan mt:s 63–50 58–55 74–68 78–92 73–64 79–60 68–58 91–80 68–59 83–69 65–62 71–73 81–74
Serbia Radnički 78–63 85–77 105–101 80–75 73–78 84–71 89–83 78–76 72–63 97–72 73–59 65–71 92–79
Croatia Split 71–69 74–71 72–62 87–81 60–68 61–71 73–65 72–79 63–81 62–70 88–83 78–70 75–78
Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 50–75 64–59 75–71 83–96 78–82 72–69 81–72 70–68 66–78 75–67 69–75 89–72 90–76
Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki WWin 70–76 75–77 81–89 78–74 63–69 73–68 71–72 87–80 85–100 101–64 102–101 80–83 80–71
Slovenia Union Olimpija 95–92 71–75 87–82 56–70 69–63 76–63 60–64 82–86 81–75 82–73 83–63 82–85 88–81
Croatia Zadar 60–72 73–74 78–76 98–81 61–60 65–67 68–76 80–78 75–68 85–68 72–54 76–81 66–78

Final four[edit]

Matches in, Laktaši Sports Hall, Laktaši, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 25 and 27 April 2013.

Semifinals Final
           
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 57
4 Serbia Partizan mt:s 63
Serbia Partizan mt:s 71
Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 63
2 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 79
3 Serbia Radnički Kragujevac 78

Semifinals[edit]

25 April 2013
17:00
Crvena zvezda Telekom Serbia 79–78 Serbia Radnički Kragujevac
Pts: Katić 22
Rebs: Savović 11
Asts: Nelson 6
Pts: Ćapin 25
Rebs: White 7
Asts: Krstović 4
Laktaši Sports Hall, Laktaši
Attendance: 3.000
Referees: Belošević Ilija, Dožai Srdjan, Herceg Siniša
25 April 2013
21:00
Igokea Bosnia and Herzegovina 57–63 Serbia Partizan mt:s
Pts: Edwards 19
Rebs: Edwards 11
Asts: Joksimović 4
Pts: Lauvergne 12
Rebs: Bertans, Musli 6
Asts: Westermann 4
Laktaši Sports Hall, Laktaši
Attendance: 3.000
Referees: Pukl Sašo, Boltauzer Matej, Javor Damir

Final[edit]

27 April 2013
Partizan mt:s Serbia 71–63 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom
Pts: Westermann 15
Rebs: Lauvergne, Gagić 6
Asts: Westermann 3
Pts: Katić 19
Rebs: Katić 12
Asts: Rakočević, Nelson 3
Laktaši Sports Hall, Laktaši
Attendance: 3.000
Referees: Pukl Sašo, Belošević Ilija, Boltauzer Matej


2012–13 ABA League Champions

Serbia
Partizan mt:s
6th Title

Stats leaders[edit]

As of 1 May 2013[5]

Top 10 attendances[edit]

Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Ref.
1 Regular Season 14 Croatia Zadar Serbia Partizan 7,500 [6]
2 Regular Season 15 Serbia Crvena zvezda Croatia Zadar 7,000 [7]
Regular Season 16 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Montenegro Budućnost 7,000 [8]
Regular Season 17 Serbia Crvena zvezda Croatia Cedevita 7,000 [9]
Regular Season 25 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Serbia Partizan 7,000 [10]
Regular Season 26 Serbia Partizan Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 7,000 [11]
7 Regular Season 22 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 6,800 [12]
8 Regular Season 9 Serbia Crvena zvezda Slovenia Krka 6,500 [13]
Regular Season 24 Serbia Partizan Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 6,500 [14]
10 Regular Season 11 Serbia Crvena zvezda Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki 6,200 [15]

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