2013–14 ACB season

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ACB
Champions FC Barcelona
18th title
Runners-up Real Madrid
Semifinalists Valencia Basket
Unicaja Málaga
Relegated La Bruixa d'Or
CB Valladolid
Teams 18
Games played 34
Duration 12 October 2013 – 25 May 2014
Top seed Real Madrid
Awards
MVP United States Justin Doellman
Finals MVP Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
Best Young Player Spain Guillem Vives
Statistical leaders
PIR United States Justin Doellman
18.0
Points United States Andy Panko
17.9
Rebounds Brazil Augusto César Lima
7.1
Assists Spain Sergio Rodríguez
6.1
Records
Highest scoring EST 104–103 BXA
Winning streak 28 (Real Madrid)
Losing streak 12 (CB Valladolid, La Bruixa d'Or)
Home win FCB 109–50 CBV
Away win CBV 66–111 FCB
Highest attendance 14,623
LBO 74–90 RMB
Lowest attendance 1,500
CBV 68–96 CAI
Average attendance 6,202
Seasons
All statistics correct as of 9 September 2014.

The 2013–14 ACB season is the 31st season of the Spanish basketball league Liga ACB, also called Liga Endesa in its sponsored identity. The regular season began on October 12, 2013, and ended on May 25, 2014. The playoffs began on May 29, 2014 and ended on June 26, 2014.

FC Barcelona won their 18th league title.

Teams, venues and locations[edit]

Lagun Aro GBC and La Bruixa d'Or remained in Liga ACB after Ford Burgos and Lucentum Alicante failed to meet requirements for joining the league.

2013–14 ACB season (Canary Islands)
Team Home city Stadium Capacity Last season Head coach Season
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada Fuenlabrada Fernando Martin 5,700 14th Spain Luis Casimiro 5th (1st)
Bilbao Basket Bilbao Bilbao Arena 10,014 7th Spain Rafa Pueyo 1st
CAI Zaragoza Zaragoza Príncipe Felipe Arena 10,744 3rd Spain José Luis Abós 5th
Cajasol Sevilla Palacio San Pablo 10,200 15th Spain Aíto García Reneses 2nd
CB Valladolid Valladolid Polideportivo Pisuerga 6,800 16th Spain Ricard Casas 1st
FC Barcelona Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 8,250 2nd Spain Xavi Pascual 7th
FIATC Joventut Badalona Palau Municipal d'Esports 12,760 11th Spain Salva Maldonado 3rd
Gipuzkoa Basket San Sebastián San Sebastián Arena 10,241 17th Spain Sito Alonso 3rd
Herbalife Gran Canaria Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Centro Insular de Deportes
Gran Canaria Arena[2]
5,200
11,500
4th Spain Pedro Martínez 8th (5th)
Iberostar Tenerife San Cristóbal de La Laguna Pabellón Insular Santiago Martín 5,003 10th Spain Alejandro Martínez 10th
La Bruixa d'Or Manresa Nou Congost 5,000 18th Spain Pere Romero 1st
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria-Gasteiz Fernando Buesa Arena 15,504 5th Italy Sergio Scariolo 3rd (1st)
Real Madrid Madrid Palacio de los Deportes 13,500 1st Spain Pablo Laso 3rd
Río Natura Monbús Santiago de Compostela Multiusos Fontes do Sar 5,824 8th Spain Moncho Fernández 4th
Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes Madrid Palacio de los Deportes 13,500 12th Spain Txus Vidorreta 2nd
UCAM Murcia Murcia Palacio de Deportes de Murcia 7,454 13th Argentina Marcelo Nicola 1st
Unicaja Málaga Martín Carpena 10,500 9th Spain Joan Plaza 1st
Valencia BC Valencia Fuente San Luis 9,000 6th Croatia Velimir Perasović 3rd

Managerial changes[edit]

Before the start of the season[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Replaced by Date of appointment
La Bruixa d'Or Spain Jaume Ponsarnau End of contract 19 May 2013[3] Spain Borja Comenge 4 July 2013[4]
Unicaja Croatia Jasmin Repeša Sacked 21 May 2013[5] Spain Joan Plaza 6 June 2013 [6]
Laboral Kutxa Croatia Žan Tabak Sacked 3 June 2013[7] Italy Sergio Scariolo 12 June 2013 [8]
Bilbao Basket Greece Fotios Katsikaris End of contract 6 June 2013[9] Spain Rafa Pueyo 7 June 2013 [10]
CB Valladolid Spain Roberto González Resigned 26 June 2013[11] Spain Ricard Casas 16 September 2013[12]

During the season[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Replaced by Date of appointment Position in table
UCAM Murcia Spain Óscar Quintana Sacked 20 January 2014[13] Argentina Marcelo Nicola 20 January 2014 15th (5–11)
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada Spain Chus Mateo Sacked 3 March 2014[14] Spain Luis Casimiro 4 March 2014[15] 14th (7–14)
La Bruixa d'Or Spain Borja Comenge Sacked 7 April 2014[16] Spain Pere Romero 8 April 2014[17] 17th (7–19)

Regular season[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD
Qualification or relegation
1 Real Madrid 34 32 2 3001 2480 +521 Playoffs
2 Valencia BC 34 30 4 2930 2554 +376
3 FC Barcelona 34 27 7 2785 2382 +403
4 Unicaja 34 23 11 2745 2467 +278
5 Herbalife Gran Canaria 34 22 12 2595 2430 +165
6 Laboral Kutxa 34 19 15 2777 2702 +75
7 Cajasol 34 18 16 2543 2545 −2
8 CAI Zaragoza 34 18 16 2647 2591 +56
9 FIATC Joventut 34 16 18 2655 2658 −3
10 Gipuzkoa Basket 34 16 18 2417 2443 −26
11 Iberostar Tenerife 34 14 20 2644 2739 −95
12 Río Natura Monbús 34 13 21 2548 2624 −76
13 UCAM Murcia 34 12 22 2661 2866 −205
14 Bilbao Basket 34 12 22 2692 2751 −59
15 Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 34 12 22 2580 2768 −188
16 Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 34 12 22 2569 2682 −113
17 La Bruixa d'Or 34 7 27 2464 2888 −424 Relegation to LEB Oro
18 CB Valladolid 34 3 31 2392 3075 −683

Results[edit]

FUE BIL CAI CAJ CBV FCB CJB GBC GCA ITF MAN LBO RMB OBR EST UCM UNI VBC
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 75–72 72–81 75–84 91–81 73–77 76–69 81–67 78–83 84–68 81–73 74–73 67–94 73–78 82–72 87–84 71–81 76–90
Bilbao Basket 95–73 77–86 79–82 93–77 80–72 83–90 78–68 72–83 93–90 92–64 96–92 73–87 92–94 72–55 82–69 68–75 80–83
CAI Zaragoza 77–68 88–72 66–74 95–79 85–79 87–73 67–92 77–84 60–66 89–52 75–88 68–75 85–58 80–65 103–67 81–91 95–89
Cajasol 74–60 72–75 79–59 84–68 57–62 83–81 80–59 73–60 81–67 78–60 82–62 62–97 80–71 71–82 73–93 65–85 77–95
CB Valladolid 83–107 57–81 68–96 81–68 66–111 72–79 64–83 64–92 91–103 88–76 58–87 83–105 77–73 59–89 70–75 65–106 77–91
FC Barcelona 81–63 104–75 73–50 88–70 109–50 88–79 81–74 62–52 87–71 91–63 91–75 86–75 77–62 73–56 96–63 77–84 76–75
FIATC Mutua Joventut 76–79 80–70 82–57 65–74 95–73 80–83 76–65 78–84 76–63 93–72 83–74 68–72 70–63 76–89 85–89 63–65 78–73
Gipuzkoa Basket 77–58 83–71 73–62 76–71 82–67 75–86 62–64 57–79 70–66 73–65 76–78 65–76 63–67 79–71 85–80 69–61 50–57
Herbalife Gran Canaria 96–75 77–70 58–55 58–68 89–60 74–82 89–82 63–56 79–61 70–85 84–81 70–75 53–60 76–62 86–69 67–65 81–86
Iberostar Tenerife 90–82 96–85 75–78 75–59 84–68 56–78 95–103 76–75 72–68 78–83 78–82 74–85 76–74 94–96 82–69 60–71 91–100
La Bruixa d'Or 84–83 66–88 71–74 72–97 75–72 71–81 90–78 74–82 65–95 71–75 64–69 69–92 56–77 74–81 84–74 78–99 64–76
Laboral Kutxa 95–77 76–70 92–83 101–65 84–67 76–72 100-71 66–72 96–99 83–95 101–78 74–90 83–72 79–66 98–90 82–75 78–79
Real Madrid 96–81 92–75 92–79 81–75 87–53 98–84 106–88 81–72 83–74 87–76 111–63 105–72 82–59 72–57 102–65 88–67 100–105
Río Natura Monbús 75–76 89–81 82–86 56–70 84–83 77–60 89–72 72–76 77–83 84–76 71–88 92–94 68–83 85–97 95–86 79–61 70–102
Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 86–66 86–80 62–89 54–61 80–66 51–77 74–81 72–61 63–75 85–88 104–103 84–87 64–71 87–77 69–77 84–85 80–88
UCAM Murcia 93–73 78–77 90–82 89–85 101–90 72–84 76–82 67–85 71–78 72–87 90–79 89–80 81–88 47–83 85–84 76–78 76–85
Unicaja 88–81 109–74 67–76 89–76 112–58 69–74 58–60 81–55 76–66 88–73 91–75 83–64 83–86 80–71 97–78 81–72 71–74
Valencia Basket 75–62 83–71 96–76 104–93 108–57 95–93 85–69 87–58 74–70 92–67 92–59 67–55 75–82 69–64 96–84 88–86 91–83

Playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2014 ACB Playoffs
Quarter Finals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Real Madrid 2
8 CAI Zaragoza 0
1 Real Madrid 3
4 Unicaja 1
4 Unicaja 2
5 Herbalife Gran Canaria 1
1 Real Madrid 1
3 FC Barcelona 3
2 Valencia BC 2
7 Cajasol 1
2 Valencia BC 2
3 FC Barcelona 3
3 FC Barcelona 2
6 Laboral Kutxa 0


Final standings[edit]

Pos. Team GP W L Qualification or relegation
1 FC Barcelona 45 35 10 Qualified to 2014–15 Euroleague
2 Real Madrid 44 38 6
3 Valencia Basket 42 34 8
4 Unicaja 41 26 15
5 Herbalife Gran Canaria 37 23 14 Qualified to 2014–15 Eurocup
6 Laboral Kutxa 36 19 17 Qualified to 2014–15 Euroleague
7 Cajasol 37 19 18 Qualified to 2014–15 Eurocup
8 CAI Zaragoza 36 18 18
9 FIATC Joventut 34 16 18
10 Gipuzkoa Basket 34 16 18
11 Iberostar Tenerife 34 14 20
12 Río Natura Monbús 34 13 22
13 UCAM Murcia 34 12 22
14 Bilbao Basket 34 12 22
15 Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 34 12 22
16 Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 34 12 22
17 La Bruixa d'Or 34 7 27 Relegated to LEB Oro
18 CB Valladolid 34 3 31

Notes:

  • Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Baskonia and Unicaja are qualified to Euroleague thanks to their A licence. The worst qualified team of these four can have suspended its A license if other different team qualifies to the ACB Finals.
  • There is an established limit of seven ACB teams between Euroleague and Eurocup Basketball, without counting possible wildcards.
  • The invitational wildcard to the EuroChallenge is not confirmed.

Stats Leaders[edit]

Attendances[edit]

Attendances include playoff games:

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Real Madrid 203,319 13,217 5,814 9,242 13.2%0
2 Laboral Kutxa 165,412 14,182 6,824 9,190 -7.83%0
3 Bilbao Basket 154,650 10,000 7,610 9,097 -4%0
4 CAI Zaragoza 152,189 10,853 6,358 8,010 2.18%0
5 Valencia BC 168,050 8,500 6,500 8,002 1.43%0
6 Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 134,752 13,800 2,600 7,927 -12.15%1
7 Unicaja 126,333 10,600 3,394 6,317 2%0
8 Lagun Aro GBC 101,960 8,890 3,780 5,998 -5.72%0
9 UCAM Murcia 94,928 7,269 4,718 5,584 -1.38%0
10 FIATC Joventut 92,638 10,500 3,156 5,449 4.19%0
11 Herbalife Gran Canaria 92,644 9,332 4,106 5,147 10.47%2
12 Blu:sens Monbús 85,841 6,000 4,438 5,049 -6.99%0
13 FC Barcelona 100,455 7,539 3,471 4,909 0.74%0
14 Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 82,621 5,546 4,024 4,860 -4.33%0
15 Cajasol 74,830 7,260 2,400 4,157 4.32%0
16 La Bruixa d'Or 64,361 4,900 2,100 4,023 -5.92%0
17 Iberostar Tenerife 65,761 5,100 2,891 3,868 -6.95%0
18 CB Valladolid 59,750 5,900 1,500 3,515 -28.18%0
League total 2,213,116 14,182 1,500 6,202 −2.0%

Updated to games played on 26 June 2014
Source: Liga ACB
Notes:
1: Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes played one game at Pabellón Jorge Garbajosa, in Torrejón de Ardoz.
2: Herbalife Gran Canaria played in Centro Insular de Deportes until the round 26 (14 games).

Awards[edit]

Regular season MVP[edit]

All-ACB Team[edit]

Position Player Team
PG Spain Sergio Rodríguez Real Madrid
SG Spain Rudy Fernández Real Madrid
SF Central African Republic Romain Sato Valencia Basket
PF Spain Nikola Mirotić Real Madrid
C United States Justin Doellman Valencia Basket

Best Young Player Award[edit]

Best All-Young Team[20][edit]

Position Player Team
PG Spain Guillem Vives FIATC Joventut
SG Spain Álex Abrines FC Barcelona
SF Sweden Markus Eriksson La Bruixa d'Or
PF Latvia Kristaps Porziņģis Cajasol
C Cape Verde Walter Tavares Herbalife Gran Canaria

Player of the week[edit]

Date Player Team PIR
1 Denmark Rasmus Larsen La Bruixa d'Or 37
2 Spain Álex Mumbrú
Germany Tibor Pleiß
Bilbao Basket
Laboral Kutxa
32
3 Montenegro Blagota Sekulić Iberostar Tenerife 41
4 Spain Guille Rubio Estudiantes 28
5 United States Justin Doellman Valencia BC 42
6 Canada Devoe Joseph FIATC Joventut 31
7 United States Jason Rowe CB Valladolid 29
8 Germany Tibor Pleiß (2) Laboral Kutxa 41
9 Germany Tibor Pleiß (3) Laboral Kutxa 29
10 Bulgaria Dejan Ivanov Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 32
11 Spain Saúl Blanco Iberostar Tenerife 31
12 Spain Ricardo Úriz Iberostar Tenerife 35
13 United States Justin Doellman (2) Valencia BC 39
14 Bulgaria Dejan Ivanov (2) Tuenti Móvil Estudiantes 28
15 Spain Nikola Mirotić Real Madrid 34
16 Germany Tibor Pleiß (4) Laboral Kutxa 33
17 France Kim Tillie UCAM Murcia 34
18 United States Mike Muscala
United States Andy Panko
Río Natura Monbús
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
32
19 United States Andy Panko (2) Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 29
20 Spain Pau Ribas Valencia BC 34
21 Spain Alberto Corbacho Río Natura Monbús 31
22 United States Jacob Pullen FC Barcelona 41
23 Dominican Republic James Feldeine Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 33
24 United States Jason Robinson Gipuzkoa Basket 34
25 Poland Maciej Lampe FC Barcelona 28
26 Spain Álex Mumbrú (2) Bilbao Basket 33
27 Spain Sergio Rodríguez Real Madrid 28
28 United States Justin Doellman (3) Valencia BC 31
29 United States Luke Sikma Iberostar Tenerife 39
30 Spain Rudy Fernández Real Madrid 40
31 United States Oliver Lafayette Valencia BC 28
32 United States Justin Doellman (4) Valencia BC 31
33 United States Scott Bamforth Cajasol 33
34 Germany Tibor Pleiß (5) Laboral Kutxa 28

Player of the month[edit]

Month Week Player Team PIR Source
October 1–3 Montenegro Blagota Sekulić Iberostar Tenerife 27.7 [1]
November 4–8 United States Justin Doellman Valencia Basket 27.4 [2]
December 9–13 Montenegro Blagota Sekulić Iberostar Tenerife 21.0 [3]
January 14–17 United States Andy Panko Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 21.0 [4]
February 18–20 United States Andy Panko Baloncesto Fuenlabrada 27.3 [5]
March 21–25 Poland Maciej Lampe FC Barcelona 24.0 [6]
April 26–29 United States Justin Doellman Valencia Basket 21.0 [7]
May 30–34 United States Luke Sikma Iberostar Tenerife 22.2 [8]

Last updated: 26 February 2014.
Source: ACB

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mejor Quinteto Joven de la Liga Endesa 2013-14" [Best All-Young Team 2013-14]. acb.com (in Spanish). 20 May 2014. Retrieved 22 May 2014. 
  2. ^ Since May 1
  3. ^ Ponsarnau concluye un ciclo idílico en Manresa; ACB.com, 10 May 2013
  4. ^ Borja Comenge firma por tres años por La Bruixa d'Or; ACB.com 4 July 2013
  5. ^ Jasmin Repesa deja de ser entrenador del Unicaja; ACB.com, 21 May 2013
  6. ^ Joan Plaza dirigirá la nave malagueña las próximas 2 temporadas ACB.com 6 June 2013
  7. ^ Zan Tabak deja de pertenecer a la disciplina del Laboral Kutxa; ACB.com, 3 June 2013
  8. ^ Sergio Scariolo, baskonista 14 años después ACB.com 12 June 2013
  9. ^ Fotis Katsikaris no seguirá entrenando al Uxue Bilbao Basket; ACB.com, 6 June 2013
  10. ^ Rafa Pueyo ocupará el banquillo del Uxue Bilbao Basket ACB.com 7 June 2013
  11. ^ Roberto González no sigue en el CB Valladolid ACB.com 26 June 2013
  12. ^ Ricard Casas será el entrenador del CB Valladolid ACB.com 16 September 2013
  13. ^ Óscar Quintana destituido como entrenador del UCAM Murcia; UCAM Murcia, 20 January 2014
  14. ^ Chus Mateo no continuará en el Fuenla; ACB.com 3 March 2014
  15. ^ Luis Casimiro retorna al Baloncesto Fuenlabrada; ACB.com 4 March 2014
  16. ^ El Bàsquet Manresa y Borja Comenge rescinden el contrato que les unía; ACB.com 7 April 2014
  17. ^ Pere Romero, nuevo entrenador de La Bruixa d’Or hasta final de temporada; ACB.com 8 April 2014
  18. ^ "Justin Doellman, MVP Orange de la Liga Endesa 2013-14" [Justin Doellman, MVP Orange of the Liga Endesa 2013-14]. acb.com (in Spanish). 27 May 2014. Retrieved 27 May 2014. 
  19. ^ "Guillem Vives, Mejor Joven de la Liga Endesa 2013-14" [Guillem Vives, Best Young of 2013-14 Endesa League]. acb.com (in Spanish). 20 May 2014. Retrieved 22 May 2014. 
  20. ^ "Mejor Quinteto Joven de la Liga Endesa 2013-14" [Best All-Young Team 2013-14]. acb.com (in Spanish). 20 May 2014. Retrieved 22 May 2014. 

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