ACB contests

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The ACB contests are the contests held by the Liga ACB.

During the 1990s and until the 2002–03 season, these contests were celebrated during the league's weekend festival called Showtime ACB. From the 1991–92 season to the 1994–95 season, this weekend was organized by the ULEB and played with the Italian League stars. In 2003, the ACB decided not to organize more the All-Star game and the contests.

Since 2004, the contests are played during the Supercup, with the exception of the season 2011–12, where they weren't organized, and the 2012–13 one, when it was celebrated during the presentation of the League in the headquarters of Endesa, the league main sponsor.

Three-Point Shootout[edit]

Louis Bullock, three times winner of the three-point shootout contest.

The three-point shootout has the same format as the NBA one. For the editions 2009–10 and 2010–11, there was the possibility of a magic three-pointer from 8-meter far which was worth four points.[1][2]

In some editions, a woman player of the Spanish Women's League was invited. For the 2013 season, three-point shooting recordman Josh Ruggles has been invited.[3]

Season Location Winner Team Runner-up Team
1988–89 Zaragoza United States Brian Jackson CB Peñas Huesca United States Leon Wood CB Zaragoza
1989–90 Logroño United States Mark Davis CB Zaragoza Spain Óscar Cervantes Granollers EB
1990–91 Zaragoza United States Mark Davis CB Zaragoza Spain Óscar Cervantes Granollers EB
1991–92 Madrid Spain Óscar Cervantes Granollers EB United States Brian Jackson CB Peñas Huesca
1992–93 Madrid Croatia Danko Cvjetićanin CB Estudiantes Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Đorđević Olimpia Milano
1993–94 Rome Brazil Oscar Schmidt CB Valladolid Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Đorđević Olimpia Milano
1994–95 Valencia Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Đorđević Fortitudo Bologna Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Olimpia Milano
1995–96 Girona United States Keith Jennings CB Estudiantes Spain Alberto Herreros CB Estudiantes
1996–97 Cáceres Argentina Juan Alberto Espil Saski Baskonia Spain Raúl Pérez CDB Sevilla
1997–98 Granada Spain Alberto Herreros Real Madrid United States Roy Fisher Baloncesto León
1998–99 Murcia Spain Alberto Herreros Real Madrid Spain Berni Álvarez Valencia BC
1999–00 Manresa Spain Alberto Angulo Real Madrid Spain Berni Álvarez Valencia BC
2000–01 Málaga Spain Paco Vázquez Baloncesto Málaga United States David Wood Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
2001–02 Valladolid Spain Jacobo Odriozola CB Breogán Spain Raúl Pérez CB Valladolid
2002–03 Alicante Spain Raúl Pérez CDB Sevilla Spain Jacobo Odriozola CB Valladolid
2004–05 Málaga United States Louis Bullock Real Madrid Lithuania Donatas Slanina CDB Sevilla
2005–06 Granada Serbia and Montenegro Nebojša Bogavac CB Breogán Spain Raúl Pérez CDB Sevilla
2006–07 Málaga United States Louis Bullock Real Madrid United States Marlon Garnett CB Estudiantes
2007–08 Bilbao Serbia Igor Rakočević Saski Baskonia United States Louis Bullock Real Madrid
2008–09 Zaragoza United States Louis Bullock Real Madrid United States Demond Mallet Joventut Badalona
2009–10 Las Palmas Spain Pedro Robles CB Murcia Ukraine Sergiy Gladyr Bàsquet Manresa
2010–11 Bilbao Ukraine Sergiy Gladyr Bàsquet Manresa United States Jimmy Baron Gipuzkoa BC
2012–13 Madrid Ukraine Sergiy Gladyr Baloncesto Fuenlabrada Spain Rafa Martínez Valencia BC
2013–14 Vitoria United States Josh Ruggles (amateur) United States Jaycee Carroll Real Madrid

Slam Dunk Contest[edit]

Season Location Winner Team Runner-up Team
1985–86 Don Benito United States David Russell CB Estudiantes United States Wayne Robinson Real Madrid
1988–89 Zaragoza United States David Russell CB Estudiantes United States Wayne Robinson Granollers EB
1988–89 Zaragoza United States Mike Smith CB Maristas de Málaga United States Dan Bingenheimer CB Canarias
1989–90 Logroño United States Rickie Winslow CB Estudiantes Spain Juan Rosa CB Girona
1990–91 Zaragoza United States Shelton Jones CB Collado Villalba United States David Benoit CB Maristas de Málaga
1991–92 Madrid United States Kenny Walker Granollers EB United States Henry Turner CB Collado Villalba
1992–93 Madrid United States Chandler Thompson Club Ourense Baloncesto United States Antonio Davis Olimpia Milano
1994–95 Valencia United States Chandler Thompson Club Ourense Baloncesto United States Darrell Armstrong Club Ourense Baloncesto
1995–96 Girona United States Chandler Thompson CB Estudiantes United States Glen Whisby Gijón Baloncesto
1996–97 Cáceres United States Stanley Jackson Cáceres CB Spain Diego Fajardo CB Valladolid
1997–98 Granada United States Chandler Thompson CB Estudiantes United States Jackie Espinosa Joventut Badalona
1998–99 Murcia United States Gaylon Nickerson CB Valladolid United States Rico Hill Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
1999–00 Manresa United States Nate Higgs Bàsquet Manresa United States Glen Whisby Gijón Baloncesto
2000–01 Málaga Netherlands Francisco Elson FC Barcelona France Bienvenue Kindoki CB Gran Canaria
2001–02 Valladolid Spain Aarón Cuellar (amateur) United States Antonio Granger CDB Sevilla
2002–03 Alicante United States Jerod Ward CB Granada Argentina Walter Herrmann Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
2004–05 Málaga France Mickaël Gelabale Real Madrid Spain Sergi Vidal Saski Baskonia
2005–06 Granada France Mickaël Gelabale Real Madrid Spain Saúl Blanco Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
2006–07 Málaga France Florent Piétrus Baloncesto Málaga Spain Saúl Blanco Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
2007–08 Bilbao Spain Víctor Claver Valencia BC United States James Singleton Saski Baskonia
2008–09 Zaragoza Republic of the Congo Serge Ibaka Bàsquet Manresa United Kingdom Pops Mensah-Bonsu Joventut Badalona
2009–10 Las Palmas Democratic Republic of the Congo Christian Eyenga Joventut Badalona Spain Sergio Llull Real Madrid
2010–11 Bilbao Czech Republic Tomáš Satoranský CDB Sevilla Russia Yaroslav Korolev CB Granada
2012–13 Madrid United States James Gist Baloncesto Málaga Czech Republic Tomáš Satoranský CDB Sevilla

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