2009–10 Lega Basket Serie A

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Lega Basket Serie A
Competition details
Season 2009–10
Teams 16
Dates 11 October 2009 – 19 June 2010
Final positions
Champions Montepaschi Siena
5th title
Runners-up Armani Jeans Milano
Semifinalists NGC Medical Cantù
Pepsi Caserta
Relegated B.C. Ferrara
NSB Napoli
Awards
MVP Central African Republic Romain Sato
Finals MVP United States Terrell McIntyre

The 2006–07 Lega Basket Serie A season, known as the Serie A TIM for sponsorship reasons, was the 88th season of the Lega Basket Serie A, the highest professional basketball league in Italy.

The regular season ran from 11 October 2009 to May 2010. The top 8 teams made the play-offs whilst the lowest ranked teams, B.C. Ferrara and the bankrupt club NSB Napoli, were relegated to the Legadue.

Montepaschi Siena won their 5th title by winning the playoff finals series against Armani Jeans Milano.

Rules[edit]

Format[edit]

The participating 16 teams disputed the regular season based on home-and-away matches. At the end of regular season, the highest ranked 8 teams were admitted into play-off, with the lowest two ranked teams being relegated to LegADue

Squad rules[edit]

Every team was allowed to present in its roster up to 6 athletes that haven't been "formed" in Italy (of which at least 3 have to be citizens of European Union[1]), out of total 12 players in squad.

Participating teams[edit]

Geographical distribution of Serie A maschile FIP 2009–2010 teams

The newcomers, compared to 2008–09 Serie A, were Cimberio Varese, returning to Serie A after one season in LegADue, and Vanoli Cremona, created by unification of Vanoli Soresina (promoted to Serie A through playoff) with Juvi Basket Cremona (that ceded the title of Serie A Dilettanti to Basket Brescia Leonessa). Another change was reallocation of NSB Napoli to PalaBarbuto in Napoli. On 13 April NSB Napoli was excluded from the league.[2] Results of matches already played against the team were discarded.[3]

Team Seasons in Serie A
(starting from 1949)
Coach Arena 2008–2009 Season result
Air Avellino 10 Cesare Pancotto PalaDelMauro in Avellino 11th place in Serie A
Angelico Biella 9 Luca Bechi Palacoop in Biella 7th place in Serie A
Armani Jeans Milano 61 Piero Bucchi Mediolanum Forum in Assago (MI) 6th place in Serie A
Bancatercas Teramo 7 Andrea Capobianco PalaScapriano in Teramo 3rd place in Serie A
Benetton Treviso 29 Francesco Vitucci PalaVerde in Villorba (TV) 4th place in Serie A
Canadian Solar Bologna 60 Lino Lardo Futurshow Station in Casalecchio di Reno (BO) 5th place in Serie A
Carife Ferrara 2 Giorgio Valli PalaSegest in Ferrara 9th place in Serie A
Cimberio Varese 58 Stefano Pillastrini PalaWhirlpool in Varese 1st place in LegADue
Lottomatica Roma 30 Matteo Boniciolli PalaLottomatica in Roma 2nd place in Serie A
NSB Martos Napoli[2] 3 Federico Pasquini PalaBarbuto in Napoli 14th place in Serie A
Montepaschi Siena 36 Simone Pianigiani Palasport Mens Sana in Siena 1st place in Serie A
NGC Medical Cantù 53 Andrea Trinchieri PalaPianella in Cucciago (CO) 10th place in Serie A
Pepsi Caserta 13 Stefano Sacripanti PalaMaggiò in Caserta 13th place in Serie A
Scavolini Spar Pesaro 55 Luca Dalmonte Adriatic Arena in Pesaro 8th place in Serie A
Sigma Coatings Montegranaro 4 Fabrizio Frates PalaSavelli in Porto San Giorgio (FM) 12th place in Serie A
Vanoli Cremona 1 Attilio Caja PalaRadi in Cremona 3rd place in LegADue

Regular season[edit]

Classification[edit]

Standings 2009–2010 Pt GP W L PF PA
Coccarda Coppa Italia.svg 1. Mens Sana Siena 52 28 26 2 2485 1965
2. Juvecaserta Basket 36 28 18 10 2247 2161
3. Olimpia Milano[4] 34 28 17 11 2103 2069
4. Pall. Cantù[4] 34 28 17 11 2137 2114
5. Virtus Bologna[5] 30 28 15 13 2074 2057
6. Sutor Montegranaro[5] 30 28 15 13 2194 2232
7. Virtus Roma[5] 30 28 15 13 2149 2132
8. Pall. Treviso[6] 26 28 13 15 2230 2278
9. Scandone Avellino[6] 26 28 13 15 2125 2186
10. V.L. Pesaro 22 28 11 17 2244 2294
11. Teramo[7] 20 28 10 18 2151 2171
12. Pall. Varese[7][8] 20 28 11 17 2133 2259
13. Triboldi Cremona[7] 20 28 10 18 2229 2326
14. Pall. Biella[7] 20 28 10 18 2132 2252
1downarrow red.svg 15. B.C. Ferrara 18 28 9 19 2074 2211
1downarrow red.svg NSB Napoli[2][9] - - - - - -
Qualified to play-off Relegated to LegADue

Calendar and results[edit]

Day 1
11 October 2009 31 January 2010
87–48 Siena – Napoli 143–49
94–79 Roma – Cremona 79–75
76–68 Bologna – Montegranaro 78–80
68–72 Cantù – Treviso 92–96
90–83 Ferrara – Teramo 69–71
88–77 Avellino – Pesaro 86–94
77–68 Caserta – Biella 84–67
73–66 Varese – Milano 70–74
Day 4
1 November 2009 28 February 2010
79–91 Milano – Siena 65–80
89–82 Biella – Cremona 68–75
66–69 Teramo – Bologna 67–77
60–75 Pesaro – Cantù 93–81
71–88 Ferrara – Roma 73–84
84–82 Avellino – Treviso 64–73
73–85 Montegranaro – Varese 88–74
49–89 Napoli – Caserta 58–181
Day 7
22 November 2009 21 March 2010
83–58 Siena – Roma 85–93
86–94 Treviso – Varese 82–90
81–83 Teramo – Milano 56–78
73–55 Bologna – Avellino 82–79
86–93 Cantù – Biella 86–75
66–59 Ferrara – Napoli 176–50
73–57 Montegranaro – Pesaro 93–89
97–74 Caserta – Cremona 87–85
Day 10
13 December 2009 11 April 2010
70–72 Treviso – Caserta 66–90
61–80 Roma – Teramo 89–79
75–70 Pesaro – Ferrara 85–73
72–63 Cantù – Bologna 80–76
66–73 Avellino – Milano 63–74
88–82 Montegranaro – Biella 73–76
81–84 Napoli – Varese 57–120
72–92 Cremona – Siena 70–83
Day 13
10 January 2010 2 May 2010
100–75 Siena – Caserta 98–57
77–74 Milano – Biella 68–63
138–37 Roma – Napoli [3]
85–74 Teramo – Cremona 80–91
82–80 Bologna – Pesaro 73–90
102–95 Ferrara – Treviso 73–67
80–69 Avellino – Montegranaro 89–81
81–74 Varese – Cantù 70–83
Day 2
18 October 2009 7 February 2010
71–66 Milano – Ferrara 66–56
92–85 Treviso – Roma 76–100
79–76 Biella – Bologna 66–79
84–58 Teramo – Varese 80–83
67–80 Pesaro – Siena 76–90
86–84 Montegranaro – Caserta 75–65
58–82 Napoli – Avellino 70–172
103–104 Cremona – Cantù 68–89
Day 5
8 November 2009 7 March 2010
89–49 Siena – Ferrara 71–63
95–77 Treviso – Montegranaro 69–79
69–73 Roma – Biella 80–85
83–87 Bologna – Milano 71–73
74–69 Cantù – Teramo 73–72
95–81 Caserta – Pesaro 89–81
74–91 Varese – Avellino 67–76
81–66 Cremona – Napoli 145–48
Day 8
29 November 2009 28 March 2010
89–86 Milano – Pesaro 77–83
81–89 Biella – Teramo 71–78
70–81 Roma – Cantù 61–79
72–84 Bologna – Caserta 74–67
57–86 Avellino – Siena 74–91
64–96 Napoli – Treviso 29–169
81–74 Varese – Ferrara 60–77
90–69 Cremona – Montegranaro 72–91
Day 11
20 December 2009 18 April 2010
97–66 Siena – Montegranaro 92–86
80–72 Milano – Cremona 81–78
73–76 Biella – Pesaro 61–79
86–71 Teramo – Napoli [3]
78–80 Bologna – Treviso 61–50
72–84 Ferrara – Cantù 76–64
73–66 Avellino – Caserta 79–81
67–84 Varese – Roma 71–64
Day 14
17 January 2010 8 May 2010
74–68 Treviso – Teramo 86–82
83–79 Biella – Avellino 74–77
81–61 Bologna – Roma 59–78
126–64 Pesaro – Napoli [3]
56–87 Cantù – Siena 59–82
77–72 Montegranaro – Milano 58–81
95–72 Caserta – Ferrara 73–58
78–71 Cremona – Varese 78–98
Day 3
25 October 2009 14 February 2010
94–70 Siena – Teramo 79–75
86–84 Treviso – Pesaro 94–84
74–78 Roma – Avellino 56–74
76–62 Bologna – Napoli 117–46
79–75 Cantù – Montegranaro 71–77
82–91 Ferrara – Cremona 83–82
104–100 Caserta – Milano 94–85
78–87 Varese – Biella 96–88
Day 6
15 November 2009 14 March 2010
73–53 Milano – Cantù 59–65
72–80 Biella – Siena 65–97
92–85 Teramo – Caserta 67–59
73–84 Pesaro – Roma 61–70
88–78 Avellino – Ferrara 63–78
51–78 Napoli – Montegranaro 82–141
68–78 Varese – Bologna 67–80
95–73 Cremona – Treviso 72–70
Day 9
6 December 2009 3 April 2010
87–74 Siena – Varese 96–72
93–64 Milano – Napoli 157–47
89–83 Biella – Treviso 70–72
98–78 Teramo – Avellino 90–102
101–94 Pesaro – Cremona 94–98
73–90 Ferrara – Bologna 63–68
103–97 Montegranaro – Roma 72–75
82–67 Caserta – Cantù 72–81
Day 12
3 January 2010 25 April 2010
80–92 Treviso – Siena 99–96
77–69 Roma – Milano 66–64
82–78 Pesaro – Teramo 61–69
85–61 Cantù – Avellino 85 -76
92–88 Montegranaro – Ferrara 75–77
76–53 Caserta – Varese 88–85
54–124 Napoli – Biella [3]
69–74 Cremona – Bologna 68–65
Day 15
24 January 2010 16 May 2010
100–70 Siena – Bologna 87–66
80–73 Milano – Treviso 59–91
83–64 Roma – Caserta 69–85
61–63 Teramo – Montegranaro 81–87
89–78 Ferrara – Biella 79–82
71–63 Avellino – Cremona 76–81
38–127 Napoli – Cantù [3]
89–86 Varese – Pesaro 84–89

Play-offs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Mens Sana Siena 3
8 Pall. Treviso 0
1 Mens Sana Siena 3
4 Pall. Cantù 0
4 Pall. Cantù 3
5 Virtus Bologna 2
1 Mens Sana Siena 4
2 Olimpia Milano 0
2 Olimpia Milano 3
7 Sutor Montegranaro 0
2 Olimpia Milano 3
3 Juvecaserta Basket 2
3 Juvecaserta Basket 3
6 Virtus Roma 0

Quarterfinals[edit]

Quarterfinals are played in a 2–2–1 format: i.e. the first 2 matches are played at the higher seed's home stadium, the following two at the other team's home, and the fifth match, if necessary, is played again at the higher seed's home stadium.

Siena – Treviso[edit]

20 May
20:30
Montepaschi Siena 118, Pall. Treviso 79
Pts: H. Domercant 19
Rebs: R. Sato 7
Asts: N. Zisis 8
Pts: K. Rivers 18
Rebs: B. Dixon 6
Asts: A. Gentile 8
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Carmelo Paternicò, Gianluca Mattioli, Gianluca Sardella
22 May
17:30
Montepaschi Siena 99, Pall. Treviso 88
Pts: D. Hawkins 26
Rebs: H. Domercant 5
Asts: T. McIntyre 4
K. Lavrinovič 4
Pts: B. Dixon 22
Rebs: D. Motiejūnas 7
Asts: S. Nicević 3
 
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Tolga Sahin, Enrico Sabetta, Massimiliano Filippini
24 May
20:30
Pall. Treviso 66, Montepaschi Siena 69
Pts: D. Kus 13
Rebs: D. Motiejūnas 7
S. Nicevic 7
Asts: D. Kus 4
Pts: R. Sato 23
Rebs: B. Eze 10
 
Asts: S. Stonerook 2
Siena wins series 3–0
Palaverde, Villorba
Referees: Giampaolo Cicoria, Paolo Taurino, Roberto Begnis

Cantù – Virtus Bologna[edit]

20 May
20:30
NGC Medical Cantù 75, Virtus Bologna 64
Pts: M. Leunen 16
 
Rebs: M. Leunen 7
Asts: J. Green 3
N. Mazzarino 3
V. Micov 3
Pts: A. Jackson 14
D. Moss 14
Rebs: D. Fajardo 8
Asts: A. Jackson 3
D. Moss 3
 
Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
Referees: Giampaolo Cicoria, Roberto Chiari, Marco Giansanti
22 May
17:30
NGC Medical Cantù 74, Virtus Bologna 68
Pts: J. Green 23
Rebs: M. Leunen 7
Asts: M. Leunen 4
Pts: D. Fajardo 18
Rebs: D. Fajardo 7
Asts: A. Jackson 7
Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
Referees: Luigi Lamonica, Pierluigi D'Este, Dino Seghetti
24 May
20:30
Virtus Bologna 89, NGC Medical Cantù 78
Pts: A. Collins 20
Rebs: V. Sanikidze 10
Asts: D. Moss 5
Pts: M. Markoishvili 23
Rebs: V. Micov 5
Asts: J. Green 4
Futurshow Station, Casalecchio di Reno
Referees: Carmelo Paternicò, Mauro Pozzana, Alessandro Martolini
26 May
20:30
Virtus Bologna 95, NGC Medical Cantù 79
Pts: A. Collins 28
Rebs: V. Sanikidze 8
Asts: A. Jackson 6
 
Pts: Markoishvili 24
Rebs: Markoishvili 6
Asts: J. Green 4
N. Mazzarino 4
Futurshow Station, Casalecchio di Reno
Referees: Gianluca Mattioli, Paolo Taurino, Gianluca Sardella
28 May
20:30
NGC Medical Cantù 72, Virtus Bologna 65
Pts: M. Markoishvili 18
Rebs: M. Leunen 8
T. Lydeka 8
Asts: J. Green 3
Pts: A. Jackson 16
Rebs: V. Sanikidze 12
 
Asts: A. Jackson 4
Cantú wins series 3–2
Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
Referees: Giampaolo Cicoria, Tolga Sahin, Carmelo Lo Guzzo

Milano – Montegranaro[edit]

20 May
20:30
Armani Jeans Milano 72, Sigma Coatings Montegranaro 65
Pts: M. Finley 16
 
Rebs: R.M. Rocca 9
Asts: M. Bulleri 3
M. Mordente 3
Pts: D. Ivanov 11
Marquinhos 11
Rebs: D. Ivanov 8
Asts: A. Maestranzi 4
 
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Luigi Lamonica, Pierluigi D'Este, Massimiliano Filippini
22 May
17:00
Armani Jeans Milano 67, Sigma Coatings Montegranaro 65
Pts: M. Bulleri 13
R.M. Rocca 13
Rebs: R.M. Rocca 7
Asts: M. Bulleri 2
M. Finley 2
Pts: Marquinhos 14
D. Ivanov 14
Rebs: G. Brunner 8
Asts: D. Cavaliero 5
 
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch, Paolo Taurino, Marco Giansanti
25 May
20:30
Sigma Coatings Montegranaro 75, Armani Jeans Milano 81
Pts: D.Cavaliero 14
M. Vinicius 14
Rebs: G. Brunner 8
Asts: D.Cavaliero 3
A. Cinciarini 3
 
Pts: M. Finley 12
M. Bulleri 12
Rebs: M. Rocca 8
Asts: J. Mačiulis 2
M. Finley 2
M. Bulleri 2
Milano wins series 3–0
PalaSavelli, Porto San Giorgio
Referees: Fabio Facchini, Tolga Sahin, Carmelo Lo Guzzo

Caserta – Roma[edit]

21 May
20:30
Pepsi Caserta 70, Lottomatica Roma 65
Pts: A. Doornekamp 19
Rebs: J. Jones 18
Asts: T. Bowers 6
Pts: J. Giachetti 18
Rebs: D. Ivanov 8
Asts: I. Jaaber 2
PalaMaggio, Caserta
Referees: Fabio Facchini, Mauro Pozzana, Carmelo Lo Guzzo
23 May
20:30
Pepsi Caserta 78, Lottomatica Roma 76
Pts: F. Di Bella 19
Rebs: J. Jones 17
Asts: E. Ere 4
Pts: K. Winston 22
Rebs: K. Winston 9
Asts: K. Winston 4
PalaMaggio, Caserta
Referees: Carmelo Paternicò, Gianluca Mattioli, Gianluca Sardella
25 May
20:30
Lottomatica Roma 74, Pepsi Caserta 83
Pts: J. Giachetti 19
Rebs: A. Crosariol 7
Asts: I. Jaaber 2
K. Winston 2
Pts: J. Jones 30
Rebs: J. Jones 16
Asts: F. di Bella 3
 
Caserta wins series 3–0
PalaLottomatica, Rome
Referees: Enrico Sabetta, Roberto Chiari, Dino Seghetti

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinals were disputed in 2–2–1 format: the first 2 matches are played at the better placed team home stadium, the following two at the other team home, and the fifth match, if required, was played again at the better-placed team.

Siena – Cantú[edit]

1 June
20:30
Montepaschi Siena 100, NGC Medical Cantù 73
Pts: R. Sato 23
 
Rebs: K. Lavrinovič 7
Asts: N. Zisis 5
 
 
Pts: J. Green 14
M. Leunen 14
Rebs: M. Leunen 7
Asts: J. Green 2
N. Mazzarino 2
V. Micov 2
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Fabio Facchini, Enrico Sabetta, Gianluca Sardella
3 June
21:00
Montepaschi Siena 104, NGC Medical Cantù 74
Pts: T. Mc Intyre 22
Rebs: B. Eze 5
K. Lavrinovič 5
S. Stonerook 5
Asts: T. Mc Intyre 5
Pts: V. Micov 15
Rebs: A. Urbutis 5
V. Micov 5
 
Asts: A. Giovacchini 4
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Carmelo Paternicò, Pierluigi D'Este, Marco Giansanti
5 June
20:30
NGC Medical Cantù 65, Montepaschi Siena 77
Pts: M. Markoishvili 14
Rebs: A. Urbutis 8
Asts: V. Micov 5
 
 
 
Pts: K. Lavrinovič 21
Rebs: R. Sato 6
Asts: H. Domercant 2
T. Mc Intyre 2
N. Zisis 2
D. Hawkins 2
Siena wins series 3–0
Palasport Pianella, Cucciago
Referees: Giampaolo Cicoria, Paolo Taurino, Massimiliano Filippini

Caserta – Milano[edit]

2 June
20:30
Pepsi Caserta 80, Armani Jeans Milano 90
Pts: E. Ere 25
Rebs: J. Jones 9
Asts: L. Koszarek 3
T. Bowers 3
Pts: C. Monroe 22
Rebs: J. Arnold 9
Asts: M. Finley 3
 
PalaMaggio, Caserta
Referees: Luigi Lamonica, Roberto Chiari, Dino Seghetti
4 June
20:30
Pepsi Caserta 76, Armani Jeans Milano 68
Pts: E. Ere 20
Rebs: A. Michelori 6
J. Jones 6
Asts: T. Bowers 2
Pts: J. Mačiulis 18
Rebs: M. Rocca 10
 
Asts: M. Finley 2
PalaMaggio, Caserta
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch, Tolga Sahin, Alessandro Martolini
6 June
20:30
Armani Jeans Milano 66, Pepsi Caserta 67
Pts: J. Mačiulis 16
Rebs: J. Arnold 9
 
Asts: M. Finley 3
M. Mordente 3
Pts: T. Bowers 19
Rebs: J. Jones 5
T. Bowers 5
Asts: J. Jones 3
 
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Fabio Facchini, Mauro Pozzana, Roberto Begnis
8 June
20:30
Armani Jeans Milano 91, Pepsi Caserta 74
Pts: M. Mordente 18
Rebs: M. Rocca 7
Asts: J. Mačiulis 5
S. Mancinelli 5
Pts: F. Di Bella 17
Rebs: E. Ere 8
Asts: E. Ere 4
 
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Luigi Lamonica, Enrico Sabetta, Carmelo Lo Guzzo
10 June
20:30
Pepsi Caserta 59, Armani Jeans Milano 65
Pts: A. Michelori 14
Rebs: J. Jones 9
Asts: F. Di Bella 4
T. Bowers 4
Pts: M. Rocca 14
Rebs: M. Rocca 11
Asts: M. Finley 3
 
Milano wins 3–2
PalaMaggio, Caserta
Referees: Carmelo Paternicò, Gianluca Mattioli, Dino Seghetti

Finals[edit]

The final was disputed in 2–2–1–1–1 format: the first 2 matches were played at the better placed team home stadium, the following two at the other team home, the fifth match, if required, was played again at the better-placed team. The sisth match played again at the lower-placed team and if necessary a seventh game at the better-placed team.

Siena – Milano[edit]

13 June
20:30 CEST
Montepaschi Siena 100, Armani Jeans Milano 80
Pts: T. McIntyre 29
Rebs: S. Stonerook 9
Asts: T. McIntyre 5
Pts: C Monroe 15
Rebs: J. Mačiulis 6
Asts: C. Monroe 3
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch, Carmelo Paternicò, Gianluca Sardella
15 June
20:30 CEST
Montepaschi Siena 81, Armani Jeans Milano 59
Pts: H. Domercant 16
R. Sato 16
Rebs: T. Ress 6
Asts: D. Hawkins 4
Pts: J. Mačiulis 13
Rebs: M. Hall 7
Asts: J. Arnold 6
Palasport Mens Sana, Siena
Referees: Fabio Facchini, Gianluca Mattioli, Roberto Chiari
17 June
20:30 CEST
Armani Jeans Milano 75, Montepaschi Siena 88
Pts: J. Mačiulis 16
Rebs: M. Rocca 9
Asts: M. Finley 3
 
 
Pts: R. Sato 23
Rebs: S. Stonerook 9
Asts: T. McIntyre 3
N. Zisis 3
D. Hawkins 3
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Enrico Sabetta, Paolo Taurino, Pierluigi D'Este
19 June
20:30 CEST
Armani Jeans Milano 69, Montepaschi Siena 93
Pts: J. Mačiulis 13
Rebs: M. Hall 6
M. Rocca 6
Asts: S. Mancinelli 4
Pts: T. McIntyre 28
Rebs: S. Stonerook 8
Asts: K. Lavrinovič 3
S. Stonerook 3
Siena wins series 4–0
Mediolanum Forum, Assago
Referees: Luigi Lamonica, Tolga Sahin, Roberto Begnis

Coppa Italia[edit]

The top eight teams at the halfway point of the regular season (15 rounds) competed in the Italian Cup, seeded according to their league placement at that time. The cup was won by top seed Montepaschi Siena, for second year in a row (and second time ever).

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Mens Sana Siena 84
8 Sutor Montegranaro 68
1 Mens Sana Siena 83
5 Angelico Biella 53
4 Pall. Cantù 65
5 Angelico Biella 70
1 Mens Sana Siena 83
7 Virtus Bologna 75
3 Olimpia Milano 55
6 Air Avellino 59
6 Air Avellino 61
7 Virtus Bologna 73
2 Juvecaserta Basket 78
7 Virtus Bologna 88

Supercoppa Italiana[edit]

The Italian Supercup was played as a single match before the start of the season between the previous year's Serie A champion and Coppa Italia winner (if a club wins both, the match instead pits the top two teams from the previous season's league). This season, the game, played 30 September in Siena, pitted three-time defending league champion Montepaschi Siena against Coppa Italia runner-up Virtus Bologna.

Trofees[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Eleggibilità, ranking, commissariamento Cia, Mondiale 2014, modifiche ai regolamenti". fip.it. 16 May 2009. Retrieved 6 August 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c Lega Basket (ed.). "La Nuova AMG Sebastiani esclusa dal Campionato di Serie A". 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Lega Basket (ed.). "La Fip annulla le gare della Nuova AMG Sebastiani". 
  4. ^ a b L'Olimpia Milano si classifica al 3º place per la miglior differenza canestri nello scontro diretto contro Cantù, +15.
  5. ^ a b c La Virtus Bologna si posiziona al 5º per miglior differenza canestri negli scontri diretti contro Montegranaro e Roma, che si posizionano rispettivamente al 6º e al 7º place: Bologna ha +7, Montegranaro −3 e Roma −4.
  6. ^ a b Treviso si classifica all'8º place per la miglior differenza canestri nello scontro diretto contro Avellino, +7.
  7. ^ a b c d Teramo si classifica al 11º place per la classifica avulsa: nell'ordine Teramo ha 8 punti negli scontri diretti, Varese e Cremona 6, Biella 4.
  8. ^ 2 punti di penalizzazione
  9. ^ 8 punti di penalizzazione.
  10. ^ "Tabellino della partita". Retrieved 4 October 2009. 
  11. ^ In realtà la Nuova Sebastiani è stata esclusa dal campionato, non-ha il diritto di iscriversi alla successiva LegADue, e viene stabilità una sola retrocessione

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