Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2013–14

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Copa del Rey 2014
League Copa del Rey
Sport Basketball
Duration 6–9 February 2014
Number of games 7
Number of teams 8
Total attendance 73,300 (10,471 per game)
TV partner(s) La 1, FORTA
Final
Champions Real Madrid
  Runners-up FC Barcelona
Final MVP Spain Nikola Mirotić
Copa del Rey seasons
2014–15 →

The Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2013–14 will be the 78th edition of the Spanish King's Basketball Cup. It is managed by the ACB League and will be held in Málaga, in the Palacio de Deportes José María Martín Carpena on February 6–9, 2014.[1]

Qualified teams[edit]

The seven first qualified after the first half of the ACB Regular Season will qualify to the tournament. If Unicaja, host team, finishes between the seven first teams, the eight qualified will join the Copa del Rey.

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD
1 Real Madrid 17 17 0 1481 1174 +307
2 Valencia BC 17 15 2 1475 1241 +234
3 FC Barcelona 17 12 5 1315 1177 +138
4 Unicaja 17 11 6 1335 1227 +108
5 Herbalife Gran Canaria 17 11 6 1273 1209 +64
6 CAI Zaragoza 17 9 8 1313 1263 +50
7 Laboral Kutxa 17 9 8 1385 1389 −4
8 Iberostar Tenerife 17 9 8 1341 1365 −24

Draw[edit]

The draw was in Málaga on January 27, just the day after the finish of the first half of the regular season. The first four qualified teams were in the Pot 1 and will face each one with the other four qualified teams. The were no restrictions for the draw of the semifinals.

Like in the previous season, the first qualified team played its quarterfinal on Thursday.

Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals
February 6 & 7
  Semifinals
February 8
  Final
February 9
                   
 FC Barcelona 102  
 Iberostar Tenerife 60      FC Barcelona 89  
 Valencia Basket 74    Valencia Basket 81  
 Laboral Kutxa 73        FC Barcelona 76
 Real Madrid 83        Real Madrid 77
 Herbalife Gran Canaria 60      Real Madrid 98
 Unicaja 74    CAI Zaragoza 66  
 CAI Zaragoza 79  

Quarterfinals[edit]

February 6
19:10 GTM+1
Real Madrid 83–60 Herbalife Gran Canaria
Scoring by quarter: 19–9, 22–11, 20–23, 22–17
Pts: Fernández, Mirotić 17
Rebs: Bourousis 11
Asts: Rodríguez 8
PIR: three players 20
Pts: Tavares 16
Rebs: Tavares 12
Asts: Bellas 4
PIR: Tavares 31
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 10,700
Referees: Pérez Pizarro, Conde, Calatrava

February 6
21:30 GTM+1
Unicaja 74–79 CAI Zaragoza
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 27–16, 13–25, 16–18
Pts: Caner-Medley 21
Rebs: Caner-Medley 10
Asts: Granger 5
PIR: Caner-Medley 21
Pts: Rudež 16
Rebs: Sanikidze 8
Asts: Llompart 7
PIR: Roll, Shermadini 18
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 10,700
Referees: García González, Pérez Pérez, Cortés

February 7
19:10 GTM+1
Valencia Basket 74–73 Laboral Kutxa
Scoring by quarter: 17–26, 18–19, 20–17, 19–11
Pts: Lafayette, Martínez 13
Rebs: Doellman 11
Asts: Lafayette 6
PIR: Lafayette, Martínez 12
Pts: Nocioni 18
Rebs: Nocioni 8
Asts: Nocioni 4
PIR: Nocioni 26
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 10,200
Referees: Martín Bertrán, Jiménez Trujillo, Perea

February 7
21:30 GTM+1
FC Barcelona 102–60 Iberostar Tenerife
Scoring by quarter: 22–16, 32–18, 21–14, 27–12
Pts: Huertas 13
Rebs: Tomić 8
Asts: Huertas, Oleson 5
PIR: Huertas 19
Pts: Úriz 12
Rebs: Sikma 8
Asts: Richotti 6
PIR: Gutiérrez 14
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 9,300
Referees: Hierrezuelo, Bultó, Peruga

Semifinals[edit]

February 8
19:10 GTM+1
Real Madrid 98–66 CAI Zaragoza
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 32–22, 23–13, 21–16
Pts: Fernández 16
Rebs: Reyes 6
Asts: Rodríguez 11
PIR: Rodríguez 23
Pts: Shermadini 19
Rebs: Shermadini 8
Asts: Llompart, Roll 4
PIR: Shermadini 30
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 10,800
Referees: Hierrezuelo, Pérez Pérez, Cortés

February 8
21:30 GTM+1
FC Barcelona 89–81 Valencia Basket
Scoring by quarter: 31–9, 16–24, 16–15, 18–27
Pts: Navarro 20
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Huertas 8
PIR: Navarro 27
Pts: Sato 21
Rebs: Sato 11
Asts: Lafayette, Ribas 3
PIR: Sato 29
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 10,600
Referees: Pérez Pizarro, Conde, Bultó

Final[edit]

February 9
18:00 GTM+1
FC Barcelona 76–77 Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 25–22, 17–22, 17–17
Pts: Huertas 15
Rebs: Tomić 9
Asts: Huertas 8
PIR: Huertas 17
Pts: Fernández 19
Rebs: Mirotić 11
Asts: Llull 6
PIR: Mirotić 32
Martín Carpena, Málaga
Attendance: 11,000
Referees: Hierrezuelo, García González, Conde
Copa del Rey 2014 Champions
Real Madrid Baloncesto.png
Real Madrid
24th title

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ La Copa del Rey 2014 se celebrará en Málaga. ACB.com 22 March 2013 (Spanish)

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