2003–04 Greek Basket League

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2003–04 Greek Basket League season
League Greek Basket League
Sport Basketball
Number of teams 14
Regular Season
Season champions Panathinaikos
Season MVP Dimitris Diamantidis
Top scorer Nestoras Kommatos
Playoffs
Finals
Champions Panathinaikos
  Runners-up Maroussi
Finals MVP Nikos Chatzivrettas
Greek Basket League seasons

The 2003–04 Greek Basket League season was the 64th season of the Greek Basket League, the highest tier professional basketball league in Greece. It was also the 12th season of Greek Basket League championship that was regulated by HEBA (ESAKE). The winner of the league was Panathinaikos, which beat Maroussi in the league's playoff's finals series.[1] The clubs Irakleio and Ilysiakos were relegated to the Greek A2 League, along with Peristeri, which was relegated because it faced financial problems.[2] The top scorer of the league was Nestoras Kommatos, a player of Aris.[3]

Teams[edit]

Club Home city
AEK Athens Athens
Apollon Patras Patras
Aris Thessaloniki
Ilysiakos Athens
Ionikos Nea Filadelfeia Nea Filadelfeia, Athens
Irakleio Irakleio
Iraklis Thessaloniki
Makedonikos Thessaloniki
Maroussi Maroussi, Athens
Olympiacos Piraeus
Panathinaikos Athens
Panionios Nea Smyrni, Athens
PAOK Thessaloniki
Peristeri Peristeri, Athens

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team Total Home Away
Pts Pld W L F A GD W L W L
1. Panathinaikos 48 26 22 4 2069 1795 +274 13 0 9 4
2. Maroussi 47 26 21 5 2146 2027 +119 13 0 8 5
3. Aris 43 26 17 9 2201 2064 +137 11 2 6 7
4. Iraklis 42 26 16 10 2005 1893 +112 11 2 5 8
5. PAOK 41 26 15 11 2212 2076 +136 11 2 4 9
6. AEK Athens 40 26 14 12 2045 2010 +35 10 3 4 9
7. Peristeri 39 26 13 13 1971 1958 +13 8 5 5 8
8. Olympiacos 39 26 13 13 1872 1873 −1 9 4 4 9
9. Makedonikos 37 26 11 15 1856 1924 −68 8 5 3 10
10. Panionios 37 26 11 15 2100 2112 −12 7 6 4 9
11. Apollon Patras 35 26 9 17 2064 2183 −119 9 4 0 13
12. Ionikos N.F. 33 26 7 19 1982 2124 −142 6 7 1 12
13. Irakleio 33 26 7 19 1985 2217 −232 6 7 1 12
14. Ilysiakos 32 26 6 20 1906 2158 −252 5 8 1 12

Source: esake.gr, galanissportsdata.com

Playoffs[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1 Panathinaikos 2  
8 Olympiacos 0  
  1 Panathinaikos 2  
  4 Iraklis 1  
4 Iraklis 2
  5 PAOK 1  
    1 Panathinaikos 3
  2 Maroussi 0
  2 Maroussi 2  
7 Peristeri 1  
  2 Maroussi 2 Third place
  2 AEK Athens 0  
3 Aris 0 3 Iraklis 3
  6 AEK Athens 2   4 AEK Athens 2

Finals[edit]

Panathinaikos 101–71 Maroussi
Maroussi 75–84 Panathinaikos
Panathinaikos 77–66 Maroussi

Final standings[edit]

Pos Team Overall record
Pld W L
1. Panathinaikos 34 29 5
2. Maroussi 33 25 8
3. Iraklis 37 22 15
4. AEK Athens 35 18 17
5. Aris 28 17 11
6. PAOK 29 16 13
7. Peristeri a 28 13 15
8. Olympiacos 28 13 15
9. Makedonikos 26 11 15
10. Panionios 26 11 15
11. Apollon Patras 26 9 17
12. Ionikos N.F. 26 7 19
13. Irakleio 26 7 19
14. Ilysiakos 26 6 20

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Όλοι οι τελικοί της Α1 και η χρυσή Βίβλος". sport24.gr. Retrieved 14 May 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Το Περιστέρι πάει στην A2". kathimerini.gr. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Η μεγάλη των σκόρερ σχολή". ebasket.gr. Retrieved 16 May 2015.

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