2013–14 NBL season

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NBL 2013–14
NBL Logo 2009-2010.png
League National Basketball League
Sport Basketball
Duration October 2013–April 2014
Number of teams 8
TV partner(s)
NBL.TV (online)
NBL season
Champions Perth Wildcats
Premiers Perth Wildcats
Season MVP Rotnei Clarke
NBL seasons

The 2013–14 National Basketball League was the thirty-sixth season of competition since its establishment in 1979. A total of eight teams contested the league. The regular season was played between 10 October 2013 and 23 March 2014, and was followed by a post-season featuring the top four in late March and April 2014. The schedule was announced on 9 August 2013.[1] The Perth Wildcats defeated the Adelaide 36ers 2–1 in the three-game finals series, with the final match at Perth Arena attended by 13,498 people.

Australian broadcast rights to the season were held by free-to-air network Channel Ten and its digital sports sister station One, in the fourth year of a five-year deal, through to the 2014–15 season. In New Zealand, Sky Sport are the official league broadcaster, in the second year of a three-year deal.

Pre-season[edit]

Sydney Kings pre-season[edit]

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6 August 2013
Sydney Kings 85, University of New Mexico 87
Bankstown Basketball Stadium, Sydney
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8 August 2013
Sydney Kings 76, Butler University 82
Newington College, Sydney
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30 August 2013
Sydney Kings 54, Melbourne Tigers 73
Scholastic Stadium, Terrigal
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31 August 2013
Sydney Kings 74, Melbourne Tigers 95
Hills Sports Stadium, Sydney
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16 September 2013
Sydney Kings 74, Townsville Crocodiles 72
The King's School, Sydney
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27 September 2013
Sydney Kings 99, Wollongong Hawks 107 (OT)
Sutherland Basketball Stadium, Sydney

Cairns Taipans pre-season[edit]

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11 August 2013
Cairns Taipans 97, Butler University 73
Bendigo Bank Basketball Stadium, Cairns
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19 August 2013
Cairns Taipans 76, Saint Mary's College of California 66
Ipswich Basketball Stadium, Ipswich
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20 August 2013
Cairns Taipans 86, Saint Mary's College of California 68
The Southport School, Gold Coast
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6 September 2013
Cairns Taipans 87, Wollongong Hawks 72
Bendigo Bank Basketball Stadium, Cairns
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24 September 2013
Cairns Taipans 102, Perth Wildcats 99
Bendigo Bank Basketball Stadium, Cairns
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29 September 2013
Cairns Taipans 96, Townsville Crocodiles 86
Bendigo Bank Basketball Stadium, Cairns

Wollongong Hawks pre-season[edit]

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12 August 2013
Wollongong Hawks 69, Saint Mary's College of California 72
Bomaderry Basketball Stadium, Shoalhaven
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29 September 2013
Wollongong Hawks 93, Sydney Kings 98
Beaton Park Stadium, Wollongong

Melbourne Tigers pre-season[edit]

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15 August 2013
Melbourne Tigers 70, Saint Mary's College of California 67
Kilsyth Sports Centre, Melbourne

Adelaide 36ers pre-season[edit]

2013 Intercontinental Cup Basketball Challenge[edit]

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16 August 2013
Adelaide 36ers 64, BC Prienai 89
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17 August 2013
Adelaide 36ers 75, Utah Valley University 83
18 August 2013
Dongguan Leopards 96, Adelaide 36ers 92

Adelaide 36ers finish fourth (last).

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14 September 2013
Adelaide 36ers 100, CABL All-Stars 66
Pasadena Sports Centre, Adelaide
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2 October 2013
Adelaide 36ers 88, Melbourne Tigers 84
Millicent Basketball Stadium, Millicent
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3 October 2013
Adelaide 36ers 100, Melbourne Tigers 104 (OT)
Bern Bruning Basketball Stadium, Mount Gambier

Perth Wildcats pre-season[edit]

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8 September 2013
Perth Wildcats 93, SBL All-Stars 79

New Zealand Breakers pre-season[edit]

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10 September 2013
New Zealand Breakers 80, Melbourne Tigers 83
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29 September 2013
New Zealand Breakers 114, Dongguan Leopards 93
TSB Stadium, New Plymouth
Attendance: 2,264
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1 October 2013
New Zealand Breakers 82, Dongguan Leopards 81
Claudelands Arena, Hamilton
Attendance: 3,014
3 October 2013
New Zealand Breakers 86, Dongguan Leopards 80
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 7,011

Townsville Crocodiles pre-season[edit]

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26 September 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 91, Perth Wildcats 95
RSL Stadium, Townsville

2013 NBL Pre-Season Blitz[edit]

A pre-season tournament featuring all eight teams will be held on 20–22 September 2013 at Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney. The winner will receive the inaugural Loggins-Bruton Cup.

Opening round[edit]

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7 September 2013
Cairns Taipans 86, Wollongong Hawks 64
Bendigo Bank Basketball Stadium, Cairns
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12 September 2013
New Zealand Breakers 76, Melbourne Tigers 94
TSB Bank Arena, Wellington
Attendance: 3,200
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17 September 2013
Sydney Kings 81, Townsville Crocodiles 70
Penrith Sports Stadium, Sydney
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18 September 2013
Adelaide 36ers 102, Perth Wildcats 91
Trinity Grammar, Sydney

Final round[edit]

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20 September 2013
Adelaide 36ers 86, Townsville Crocodiles 105
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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20 September 2013
New Zealand Breakers 64, Perth Wildcats 91
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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21 September 2013
Adelaide 36ers 105, Cairns Taipans 101
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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21 September 2013
Perth Wildcats 95, Wollongong Hawks 75
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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21 September 2013
Sydney Kings 97, New Zealand Breakers 93
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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21 September 2013
Melbourne Tigers 84, Townsville Crocodiles 86
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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22 September 2013
Sydney Kings 91, Cairns Taipans 99
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney
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22 September 2013
Melbourne Tigers 98, Wollongong Hawks 101
Northern Suburbs Indoor Sports Centre, Sydney

Perth Wildcats are pre-season champions.

Regular season[edit]

Round 1[edit]

10 October 2013
New Zealand Breakers 92, Wollongong Hawks 73
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 6,087
11 October 2013
Perth Wildcats 83, Adelaide 36ers 80
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 10,208
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12 October 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 92, Cairns Taipans 103
13 October 2013
Sydney Kings 73, Melbourne Tigers 69

Round 2[edit]

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18 October 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 94, New Zealand Breakers 84
18 October 2013
Perth Wildcats 81, Sydney Kings 69
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 10,573
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19 October 2013
Adelaide 36ers 97, Wollongong Hawks 91
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 5,815
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19 October 2013
Cairns Taipans 86, New Zealand Breakers 85
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 4,747
20 October 2013
Melbourne Tigers 71, Perth Wildcats 75

Round 3[edit]

24 October 2013
New Zealand Breakers 89, Perth Wildcats 96
25 October 2013
Cairns Taipans 84, Adelaide 36ers 87
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,703
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26 October 2013
Wollongong Hawks 85, Townsville Crocodiles 81
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27 October 2013
Melbourne Tigers 93, Adelaide 36ers 79
27 October 2013
Sydney Kings 72, Perth Wildcats 82

Round 4[edit]

31 October 2013
New Zealand Breakers 93, Adelaide 36ers 96
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1 November 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 86, Sydney Kings 88
1 November 2013
Perth Wildcats 87, Wollongong Hawks 47
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,570
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2 November 2013
Cairns Taipans 74, Melbourne Tigers 86
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,873
3 November 2013
Adelaide 36ers 97, Sydney Kings 84
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 4,540
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3 November 2013
Wollongong Hawks 89, New Zealand Breakers 97

Round 5[edit]

8 November 2013
Sydney Kings 99, Cairns Taipans 86
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8 November 2013
Adelaide 36ers 90, Melbourne Tigers 87
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 4,364
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8 November 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 91, New Zealand Breakers 78
10 November 2013
Melbourne Tigers 81, Wollongong Hawks 76

Round 6[edit]

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14 November 2013
Perth Wildcats 75, Cairns Taipans 68
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 10,322
15 November 2013
New Zealand Breakers 94, Adelaide 36ers 95
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 7,470
15 November 2013
Sydney Kings 88, Townsville Crocodiles 67
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16 November 2013
Melbourne Tigers 88, Cairns Taipans 85
17 November 2013
Wollongong Hawks 76, Perth Wildcats 89

Round 7[edit]

22 November 2013
New Zealand Breakers 81, Townsville Crocodiles 74
22 November 2013
Adelaide 36ers 91, Perth Wildcats 86
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 6,585
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23 November 2013
Cairns Taipans 73, Wollongong Hawks 75
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,800
24 November 2013
Melbourne Tigers 75, Townsville Crocodiles 90
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24 November 2013
Perth Wildcats 98, Sydney Kings 55
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,960

Round 8[edit]

28 November 2013
New Zealand Breakers 84, Melbourne Tigers 74
29 November 2013
Adelaide 36ers 82, Wollongong Hawks 81
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 4,080
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30 November 2013
Cairns Taipans 75, Perth Wildcats 85 (OT)
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,508
1 December 2013
Melbourne Tigers 63, Sydney Kings 67

Round 9[edit]

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6 December 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 98, Adelaide 36ers 94
6 December 2013
Perth Wildcats 95, New Zealand Breakers 91
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,373
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7 December 2013
Wollongong Hawks 73, Sydney Kings 69
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7 December 2013
Cairns Taipans 98, Adelaide 36ers 78
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,750
8 December 2013
Melbourne Tigers 84, New Zealand Breakers 82

Round 10[edit]

13 December 2013
New Zealand Breakers 62, Perth Wildcats 71
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 7,597
13 December 2013
Cairns Taipans 87, Townsville Crocodiles 74
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,894
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14 December 2013
Sydney Kings 63, Wollongong Hawks 69
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14 December 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 71, Melbourne Tigers 76
15 December 2013
Adelaide 36ers 91, Cairns Taipans 67
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 4,981

Round 11[edit]

27 December 2013
Melbourne Tigers 74, Wollongong Hawks 67
29 December 2013
Sydney Kings 83, New Zealand Breakers 99
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31 December 2013
Wollongong Hawks 81, Melbourne Tigers 91 (2OT)
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31 December 2013
Cairns Taipans 99, Perth Wildcats 90
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 4,809
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31 December 2013
Townsville Crocodiles 89, Adelaide 36ers 90

Round 12[edit]

3 January 2014
Sydney Kings 62, Cairns Taipans 73
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3 January 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 77, Melbourne Tigers 95
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4 January 2014
Wollongong Hawks 96, Perth Wildcats 91 (OT)
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4 January 2014
Adelaide 36ers 99, New Zealand Breakers 73
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 6,676
5 January 2014
Melbourne Tigers 76, Cairns Taipans 66

Round 13[edit]

10 January 2014
Melbourne Tigers 87, New Zealand Breakers 93
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10 January 2014
Perth Wildcats 102, Townsville Crocodiles 87
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 12,050
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11 January 2014
Cairns Taipans 79, Wollongong Hawks 82
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,922
12 January 2014
Adelaide 36ers 89, Sydney Kings 102
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 6,314
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12 January 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 97, Perth Wildcats 103

Round 14[edit]

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17 January 2014
Cairns Taipans 88, Sydney Kings 92
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,916
17 January 2014
Perth Wildcats 95, New Zealand Breakers 73
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 13,206
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18 January 2014
Adelaide 36ers 92, Townsville Crocodiles 79
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 5,737
19 January 2014
Sydney Kings 97, Melbourne Tigers 84
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19 January 2014
Wollongong Hawks 77, Cairns Taipans 79

Round 15[edit]

23 January 2014
New Zealand Breakers 106, Wollongong Hawks 101
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24 January 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 79, Cairns Taipans 90
24 January 2014
Perth Wildcats 80, Melbourne Tigers 83
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,493
26 January 2014
Sydney Kings 105, Adelaide 36ers 93
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26 January 2014
Wollongong Hawks 78, Melbourne Tigers 86

Round 16[edit]

30 January 2014
New Zealand Breakers 105, Sydney Kings 87
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 6,052
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30 January 2014
Perth Wildcats 94, Cairns Taipans 99 (OT)
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,771
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31 January 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 80, Wollongong Hawks 67
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1 February 2014
Adelaide 36ers 89, Cairns Taipans 87
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 5,519
2 February 2014
Melbourne Tigers 57, Perth Wildcats 81
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Attendance: 6,323

Round 17[edit]

7 February 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 88, Perth Wildcats 75
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8 February 2014
Sydney Kings 98, New Zealand Breakers 96
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8 February 2014
Cairns Taipans 82, Townsville Crocodiles 90
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 4,567
9 February 2014
Wollongong Hawks 102, Adelaide 36ers 80

Round 18[edit]

14 February 2014
New Zealand Breakers 96, Cairns Taipans 78
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 6,442
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14 February 2014
Wollongong Hawks 90, Townsville Crocodiles 75
14 February 2014
Perth Wildcats 85, Adelaide 36ers 61
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,473
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15 February 2014
Sydney Kings 84, Wollongong Hawks 102
16 February 2014
Melbourne Tigers 82, Adelaide 36ers 99
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Attendance: 6,704

Round 19[edit]

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21 February 2014
Wollongong Hawks 88, New Zealand Breakers 68
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21 February 2014
Cairns Taipans 63, Sydney Kings 85
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,691
21 February 2014
Perth Wildcats 87, Melbourne Tigers 75
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,696
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22 February 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 90, Sydney Kings 83
23 February 2014
Adelaide 36ers 96, New Zealand Breakers 92
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 6,011

Round 20[edit]

27 February 2014
New Zealand Breakers 102, Townsville Crocodiles 99
28 February 2014
Wollongong Hawks 91, Adelaide 36ers 89
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1 March 2014
Melbourne Tigers 106, Townsville Crocodiles 109 (OT)
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Attendance: 6,001
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1 March 2014
Cairns Taipans 92, New Zealand Breakers 87
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 3,823
2 March 2014
Sydney Kings 81, Perth Wildcats 85

Round 21[edit]

7 March 2014
New Zealand Breakers 84, Melbourne Tigers 97
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 6,808
7 March 2014
Perth Wildcats 81, Townsville Crocodiles 69
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,528
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8 March 2014
Wollongong Hawks 79, Cairns Taipans 82
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8 March 2014
Adelaide 36ers 102, Townsville Crocodiles 70
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 5,722
9 March 2014
Melbourne Tigers 92, Sydney Kings 82
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Attendance: 7,523

Round 22[edit]

13 March 2014
New Zealand Breakers 106, Sydney Kings 78
14 March 2014
Adelaide 36ers 102, Perth Wildcats 79
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 6,253
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14 March 2014
Cairns Taipans 66, Melbourne Tigers 73
Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
Attendance: 4,137
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14 March 2014
Townsville Crocodiles 85, Wollongong Hawks 94
16 March 2014
Sydney Kings 100, Adelaide 36ers 90

Round 23[edit]

21 March 2014
New Zealand Breakers 83, Cairns Taipans 95
Vector Arena, Auckland
Attendance: 7,947
21 March 2014
Wollongong Hawks 100, Sydney Kings 87
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22 March 2014
Sydney Kings 79, Townsville Crocodiles 88
23 March 2014
Adelaide 36ers 99, Melbourne Tigers 94
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 5,843
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23 March 2014
Perth Wildcats 86, Wollongong Hawks 65
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 11,943

Ladder[edit]

# Team Pld W L Last 5 Streak Home Away For Against % Win %
1 Perth Wildcats 28 21 7 4-1 W1 12-2 9-5 2,419 2,177 111.12% 75.00%
2 Adelaide 36ers 28 18 10 3-2 W1 13-1 5-9 2,527 2,469 102.35% 64.29%
3 Melbourne Tigers 28 15 13 3-2 L1 7-7 8-6 2,299 2,292 100.31% 53.57%
4 Wollongong Hawks 28 13 15 3-2 L1 8-6 5-9 2,295 2,333 98.37% 46.43%
5 Cairns Taipans 28 12 16 3-2 W1 5-9 7-7 2,304 2,349 98.08% 42.86%
6 Sydney Kings 28 12 16 1-4 L2 7-7 5-9 2,312 2,414 95.78% 42.86%
7 New Zealand Breakers 28 11 17 2-3 L1 8-6 3-11 2,474 2,493 99.24% 39.29%
8 Townsville Crocodiles 28 10 18 2-3 W1 6-8 4-10 2,369 2,472 95.83% 35.71%

Ladder Progression[edit]

  • Numbers highlighted in green indicate that the team finished the round inside the top four.
  • Numbers highlighted in blue indicates the team finished first on the ladder in that round.
  • Numbers highlighted in red indicates the team finished last place on the ladder in that round.
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Adelaide 36ers 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Cairns Taipans 2 2 2 4 6 6 7 7 7 7 5 4 7 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 6 7 5
Melbourne Tigers 6 7 4 3 3 3 3 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
New Zealand Breakers 1 6 8 6 7 7 6 4 6 8 6 7 6 7 6 6 6 5 6 6 7 6 7
Perth Wildcats 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Sydney Kings 3 5 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 6
Townsville Crocodiles 7 4 5 7 5 5 5 6 5 5 7 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8
Wollongong Hawks 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 8 6 5 6 7 7 8 6 5 5 5 4 4

Finals Series[edit]

Main article: 2014 NBL Finals

The 2013–14 National Basketball League Finals will be played in March and April 2014, consisting of two best-of-three semi-final and final series, where the higher seed hosts the first and third games.

Playoff Seedings[edit]

  1. Perth Wildcats
  2. Adelaide 36ers
  3. Melbourne Tigers
  4. Wollongong Hawks

The NBL tie-breaker system as outlined in the NBL Rules and Regulations states that in the case of an identical win-loss record, the results in games played between the teams will determine order of seeding.

Playoff Bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Grand Final
 
1  Perth Wildcats 91 80 X  
4  Wollongong Hawks 79 61 X  
  1  Perth Wildcats 92 84 93
  2  Adelaide 36ers 85 89 59
2  Adelaide 36ers 101 87 102
3  Melbourne Tigers 85 98 63  

Semi-finals[edit]

27 March 2014
Adelaide 36ers 101, Melbourne Tigers 85
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 3,865
28 March 2014
Perth Wildcats 91, Wollongong Hawks 79
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 10,907
30 March 2014
Melbourne Tigers 98, Adelaide 36ers 87
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Attendance: 4,044
30 March 2014
Wollongong Hawks 61, Perth Wildcats 80
1 April 2014
Adelaide 36ers 102, Melbourne Tigers 63
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 4,024

Grand Final[edit]

7 April 2014
Perth Wildcats 92, Adelaide 36ers 85
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 13,291
11 April 2014
Adelaide 36ers 89, Perth Wildcats 84
Adelaide Arena, Adelaide
Attendance: 7,690
13 April 2014
Perth Wildcats 93, Adelaide 36ers 59
Perth Arena, Perth
Attendance: 13,498

Season statistics[edit]

Statistics leaders[edit]

Category Player Games
played
Totals Average
Points per game Chris Goulding (Melbourne Tigers) 27 621 23.0
Rebounds per game Andrew Ogilvy (Sydney Kings) 28 243 8.7
Assists per game Nate Tomlinson (Melbourne Tigers) 28 146 5.2
Steals per game Damian Martin (Perth Wildcats) 28 66 2.3
Blocks per game Andrew Ogilvy (Sydney Kings) 28 65 2.3
Field goal percentage Scott Morrison (Melbourne Tigers) 28 120-209 57.4%
Three-point field goal percentage Damian Martin (Perth Wildcats) 28 35-74 47.3%
Free throw percentage Jacob Holmes (Townsville Crocodiles) 28 41-43 95.3%

Note: regular season only (minimum 14 games) and excluding negligible attempts

Attendances[edit]

Team Hosted Average Highest Lowest Total
Adelaide 36ers 14 5,603 6,676 4,080 78,440
Cairns Taipans 14 4,010 4,809 3,508 56,140
Melbourne Tigers 14 4,305 7,523 3,088 60,266
New Zealand Breakers 14 5,127 7,947 3,175 71,774
Perth Wildcats 14 11,512 13,206 10,208 161,166
Sydney Kings 14 4,685 6,038 3,622 65,596
Townsville Crocodiles 14 3,225 3,920 2,853 45,156
Wollongong Hawks 14 2,591 4,474 1,711 36,275
Totals 112 5,132 13,206 1,711 574,813

Note: regular season only

Top 10 Attendances[edit]

Attendance Round Date Home Score Away Venue Weekday Time of Day
13,498 GF 13 April 2014 Perth Wildcats 93-59 Adelaide 36ers Perth Arena Sunday Afternoon
13,291 GF 7 April 2014 Perth Wildcats 92-85 Adelaide 36ers Perth Arena Monday Night
13,206 14 17 January 2014 Perth Wildcats 95-73 New Zealand Breakers Perth Arena Friday Night
12,050 13 10 January 2014 Perth Wildcats 102-87 Townsville Crocodiles Perth Arena Friday Night
11,960 7 24 November 2013 Perth Wildcats 98-55 Sydney Kings Perth Arena Sunday Afternoon
11,943 23 23 March 2014 Perth Wildcats 86-65 Wollongong Hawks Perth Arena Sunday Afternoon
11,771 16 30 January 2014 Perth Wildcats 94-99 (OT) Cairns Taipans Perth Arena Thursday Night
11,696 19 21 February 2014 Perth Wildcats 87-75 Melbourne Tigers Perth Arena Friday Night
11,570 4 1 November 2013 Perth Wildcats 87-47 Wollongong Hawks Perth Arena Friday Night
11,528 21 7 March 2014 Perth Wildcats 81-69 Townsville Crocodiles Perth Arena Friday Night

Awards[edit]

Player of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team
October James Ennis Perth Wildcats
November Chris Goulding Melbourne Tigers
December Rotnei Clarke Wollongong Hawks
January Sam Young Sydney Kings
February Rotnei Clarke Wollongong Hawks

Coach of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team
October Trevor Gleeson Perth Wildcats
November Joey Wright Adelaide 36ers
December Chris Anstey Melbourne Tigers
January Shane Heal Sydney Kings
February Gordie McLeod Wollongong Hawks

Pre-season[edit]

Season[edit]

The end-of-season awards ceremony was held in the Sketch private dining room at Docklands, Melbourne on Wednesday, 2 April 2014.[2]

Finals[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NBL Fixtures 2013/14". NBL.com.au. 9 August 2013. Retrieved 9 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Rotnei Clarke takes out the 2013/14 MVP Award". NBL.com.au. 2 April 2014. Retrieved 3 April 2014.