2013–14 ABA League

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ABA League
2013–14 season
Season details
Champions Croatia Cibona
1st title
Runners-up Croatia Cedevita
Semifinalists Serbia Crvena zvedza
Serbia Partizan
Relegated Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki

Teams 14
Games played 208
Duration October 4, 2013 – March 31, 2014
(regular season)
April 24 – 27, 2014
(Final Four)
Top seed Serbia Crvena zvezda
Awards
MVP Croatia Dario Šarić (Cibona)
Final Four MVP Croatia Dario Šarić (Cibona)
Statistical leaders
Points Croatia Dario Šarić (Cibona)
16.3
Rebounds Croatia Dario Šarić (Cibona)
9.5
Assists United States Jerel Blassingame (Cibona)
7.6
Records
Highest attendance 14,210

The 2013–14 ABA League was the 13th season of the ABA League, with 14 teams from Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Hungary participating in it.

Regular season started on October 4, 2013, and lasted until March 31, 2014. The Final Four took place from April 24 to 27, 2014.

Team information[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
Serbia Serbia 4
Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Mega Vizura Smederevo Sports Hall Smederevo (2,600)
Partizan NIS Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Radnički Kragujevac Hala Jezero (5,320)
Croatia Croatia 3
Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Cedevita Zagreb Mala dvorana Doma sportova (4,000)
Zadar Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall (10,000)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
Igokea Aleksandrovac Laktaši Sports Hall (3,000)
Široki Primorka 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)



Head coaches[edit]

Team Head coach
Budućnost VOLI Montenegro Igor Jovović
Cedevita Croatia Jasmin Repeša
Cibona Croatia Slaven Rimac
Crvena zvezda Telekom Montenegro Dejan Radonjić
Igokea Serbia Vlada Jovanović
Krka Serbia Aleksandar Džikić
Mega Vizura Serbia Dejan Milojević
MZT Skopje Aerodrom Slovenia Zoran Martič
Partizan NiS Serbia Duško Vujošević
Radnički Serbia Miroslav Nikolić
Szolnoki Olaj Serbia Dragan Aleksić
Široki Primorka Croatia Ivan Velić
Union Olimpija Slovenia Aleš Pipan
Zadar Croatia Rajko Vidaković

Coaching changes[edit]

Week Club Outgoing coach Date of change Incoming coach
7th Cibona Croatia Neven Spahija 14 November 2013[1] Croatia Slaven Rimac
7th Igokea Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Bajić 16 November 2013[2] Bosnia and Herzegovina Milutin Latinčić
8th Široki Primorka Bosnia and Herzegovina Damir Vujanović 18 November 2013[3] Croatia Jakša Vulić
10th MZT Skopje Serbia Vlada Vukoičić 1 December 2013[4] Slovenia Zoran Martič
11th Szolnoki Olaj Serbia Nedeljko Ašćerić 11 December 2013[5] Serbia Dragan Aleksić
17th Igokea Bosnia and Herzegovina Milutin Latinčić 19 January 2014[6] Serbia Vlada Jovanović
18th Zadar Croatia Hrvoje Vlašić 28 January 2014[7] Croatia Ivan Sunara
21st Široki Primorka Croatia Jakša Vulić 24 February 2014[8] Croatia Ivan Velić
23rd Zadar Croatia Ivan Sunara 9 March 2014[9] Croatia Rajko Vidaković

Regular season[edit]

The regular season began on October 4, 2013, and it will end on March 31, 2014.

Standings[edit]

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

As of 31 March 2014[11]

Schedule and results[edit]

Source:[12]

BUD CDV CIB CZV IGK KRK MEG MZT PAR RKG SZO ŠRK UOL ZDR
Montenegro Budućnost VOLI 64–60 79–72 62–60 74–63 70–68 83–76 87–79 61–65 79–85 86–77 85–68 76–78 90–68
Croatia Cedevita 76–71 67–85 68–64 74–60 83–55 77–73 77–67 68–65 79–71 98–87 85–76 75–60 83–59
Croatia Cibona 65–55 66–51 67–76 74–82 92–78 98–96 93–90 80–76 66–82 87–63 91–80 83–71 91–74
Serbia Crvena Zvezda 74–64 73–59 88–63 93–59 78–65 86–78 87–77 63–57 88–51 90–64 73–66 87–62 82–69
Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 75–68 96–89 55–67 52–72 83–74 83–80 65–79 80–83 91–88 72–58 69–60 74–61 65–58
Slovenia Krka 60–57 64–65 66–77 69–78 69–66 80–65 73–50 60–52 83–57 73–67 94–67 67–63 79–80
Serbia Mega Vizura 92–86 62–72 102–74 86–98 77–91 78–74 101–82 76–81 90–87 95–89 82–73 80–85 91–75
Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Aerodrom 78–71 75–81 88–93 65–58 90–85 80–75 80–72 69–70 87–95 82–71 88–75 79–60 78–69
Serbia Partizan NIS 72–65 77–68 80–71 83–86 67–56 80–67 88–65 66–73 82–70 20–0[13] 63–58 63–53 80–65
Serbia Radnički 72–86 61–78 78–71 73–78 82–67 84–77 84–86 69–79 66–92 82–91 75–55 81–66 79–74
Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 75–84 68–67 63–64 72–77 79–72 55–63 61–66 81–69 76–71 101–92 71–69 62–71 80–75
Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki Primorka 67–81 68–73 73–84 80–79 78–50 63–68 72–86 67–63 60–81 79–81 76–66 60–58 72–58
Slovenia Union Olimpija 69–73 69–71 47–74 61–62 62–66 65–57 88–75 73–62 66–59 85–56 74–57 77–62 90–66
Croatia Zadar 57–64 66–73 59–53 53–67 79–80 55–57 75–81 72–70 56–64 89–76 71–67 77–69 77–75

Final four[edit]

Matches played on 24 - 27 April 2014 in Kombank Arena, Belgrade, Serbia.

Semifinals Final
           
1 Serbia Crvena zvezda 70
4 Croatia Cibona 75
Croatia Cibona 72
Croatia Cedevita 59
2 Croatia Cedevita 81
3 Serbia Partizan 79

Semifinals[edit]

24 April 2014
20:00
Crvena zvezda Telekom Serbia 70–75 Croatia Cibona
Pts: Blažič 25
Rebs: Marjanović 7
Asts: Jenkins 8
Pts: Blassingame 28
Rebs: Šarić 15
Asts: Blassingame 9
Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 8.212
Referees: Boltauzer Matej, Javor Damir, Obradović Petar
25 April 2014
20:00
Cedevita Croatia 81–79 Serbia Partizan NIS
Pts: Bilan 14
Rebs: Suton 11
Asts: Babić 8
Pts: Pavlović 25
Rebs: Bogdanović 7
Asts: Tepić 4
Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 14 210
Referees: Pukl Saša, Boltauzer Matej, Petek Sašo

Final[edit]

27 April 2014
20:00
Cibona Croatia 72–59 Croatia Cedevita
Pts: Šarić 23
Rebs: Rozić, Šarić 11
Asts: Blassingame 9
Pts: Zubčić 13
Rebs: Nurkić 7
Asts: Delaš 4
Kombank Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 2142
Referees: Belošević Ilija, Jovčić Milivoje, Vojinović Milija


2013–14 ABA League Champions

Croatia
Cibona
1st Title

Top 10 attendances[edit]

Single game[edit]

Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Sources
1 Semifinal Croatia Cedevita Serbia Partizan NIS 14,210
2 Semifinal Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom Croatia Cibona 8,212
3 Regular Season 1 Serbia Partizan NIS Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 6,500
4 Regular Season 8 Serbia Partizan NIS Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 6,500
5 Regular Season 5 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Aerodrom Serbia Partizan NIS 6,200
6 Regular Season 6 Serbia Partizan NIS Croatia Cibona 6,000
7 Regular Season 2 Serbia Partizan NIS Serbia Mega Vizura 5,600
8 Regular Season 4 Serbia Partizan NIS Croatia Zadar 5,500
9 Regular Season 12 Serbia Partizan NIS Montenegro Budućnost VOLI 5,500
10 Regular Season 12 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Aerodrom Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 5,300

Average[edit]

Rank Team Matches Average
1 Serbia Partizan NIS 11 5,800
2 Republic of Macedonia MZT Skopje Aerodrom 7 3,428
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki Primorka 7 2,857
4 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 6 2,795
5 Montenegro Budućnost VOLI 7 2,459
6 Serbia Radnički 6 2,333
7 Croatia Zadar 7 2,285
8 Slovenia Union Olimpija 6 2,283
9 Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 8 1,653
10 Croatia Cibona 7 1,535
11 Slovenia Krka 7 1,500
12 Croatia Cedevita 6 1,479
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 6 1,300
14 Serbia Mega Vizura 7 978
  • Updated to games played on 28 December 2013

Source: ABA League

Stats leaders[edit]

As of 31 March 2014 [14]

Ranking MVP[edit]

Rank Name Team Efficiency Games Average
1. Croatia Dario Šarić Croatia Cibona 550 26 21.15
2. United States Willie Warren Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 307 17 18.06
3. Serbia Sava Lešić Serbia Radnički 453 26 17.42
4. Serbia Nenad Miljenović Serbia Mega Vizura 427 25 17.08
5. Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena zvezda 428 26 16.46

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. Croatia Dario Šarić Croatia Cibona 423 26 16.27
2. Serbia Sava Lešić Serbia Radnički 411 26 15.81
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina Nemanja Gordić Bosnia and Herzegovina Igokea 374 24 15.58
4. United States Willie Warren Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 264 17 15.53
5. Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović Serbia Partizan 359 24 14.96

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. Croatia Dario Šarić Croatia Cibona 246 26 9.46
2. France Joffrey Lauvergne Serbia Partizan 184 25 7.36
3. Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena zvezda 190 26 7.31
4. Serbia Sava Lešić Serbia Radnički 173 26 6.65
5. Serbia Nemanja Radović Serbia Mega Vizura 126 19 6.63

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. United States Jerel Blassingame Croatia Cibona 198 26 7.62
2. Serbia Marko Marinović Serbia Radnički 190 26 7.31
3. Serbia Vasilije Micić Serbia Mega Vizura 146 25 5.84
4. United States Willie Warren Hungary Szolnoki Olaj 90 17 5.29
5. Serbia Nenad Miljenović Serbia Mega Vizura 130 25 5.20

The ideal five of the season[edit]

The ideal five of the season selected by the fans and head coaches of the ABA League teams.[15]

Position Name Team
PG United States DeMarcus Nelson Serbia Crvena zvezda
SG Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović Serbia Partizan
SF Croatia Dario Šarić Croatia Cibona
PF France Joffrey Lauvergne Serbia Partizan
C Serbia Boban Marjanović Serbia Crvena zvezda

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cibona split with Neven Spahija". abaliga.com. 14 November 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Igokea fired coach Bajić". abaliga.com. 16 November 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Široki Primorka named Jakša Vulić new coach". abaliga.com. 18 November 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "MZT split with Vukoičić, signed Martič". abaliga.com. 2 December 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2013. 
  5. ^ "Nedeljko Aščerić no longer in charge of Szolnoki Olaj". abaliga.com. 11 December 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  6. ^ "Igokea promoted new coach". abaliga.com. 19 January 2014. Retrieved 20 January 2014. 
  7. ^ "Ivan Sunara back in action in ABA League". abaliga.com. 28 January 2014. Retrieved 29 January 2014. 
  8. ^ "Široki brings back Ivan Velić". abaliga.com. 24 February 2014. Retrieved 24 February 2014. 
  9. ^ "Prihvaćena Sunarina ostavka" (in Croatian). kkzadar.net. 10 March 2014. Retrieved 10 March 2014. 
  10. ^ Sanctioned with one point less
  11. ^ Standings – Regular Season, adriaticbasket.info
  12. ^ ABA League schedule season 2013-14
  13. ^ Partizan won 20:0 against Szolnoki Olaj; Liga ABA, 18 March 2014
  14. ^ NLB Stats
  15. ^ "The ideal five of the 2013/14 season selected". abaliga.com. 21 April 2014. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 

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