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2009–10 Liga ABA season
League Liga ABA
Sport Basketball
Duration October 10, 2009 - March 20, 2010
Number of games 182
Number of teams  Serbia (5 teams)
 Croatia (4 teams)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (2 teams)
 Slovenia (2 teams)
 Montenegro (1 team)
Regular season
Season champions Croatia Cibona
Season MVP United States Chester Mason (Široki)
Top scorer Croatia Andrija Žižić (Cedevita) (17.12 ppg)
Final four
Champions Serbia Partizan
  Runners-up Croatia Cibona
Finals MVP United States Jamont Gordon (Cibona)
NLB League seasons

The 2009–10 NLB Liga ABA was the 9th season of the Liga ABA. 14 teams from Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro participated in the NLB League: Union Olimpija, Helios, Cibona, Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Bosna, Široki Eronet, Partizan, Crvena zvezda, FMP, Hemofarm, Radnički Kragujevac, Budućnost.[1] The 2009-10 NLB League Final Four was held on April 23-25, 2010, in Arena Zagreb.

Team Information[edit]

Venues and locations[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
Serbia Serbia 5
Partizan Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Hemofarm STADA Vršac Millennium Center (5,000)
Crvena zvezda Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
FMP Belgrade Železnik Hall (3,000)
Radnički Kragujevac Hala Jezero (5,320)
Croatia Croatia 4
Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Zadar Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall (9,200)
Zagreb CO Zagreb Trnsko (2,000)
Cedevita Zagreb Sutinska vrela (2,000)
Slovenia Slovenia 2
Union Olimpija Ljubljana Hala Tivoli (6,000)
Helios Domžale Dvorana Komunalnega centra (2,180)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
Bosna ASA BHT Sarajevo Dvorana Mirza Delibašić (6,500)
Široki HT Eronet Široki Brijeg "Pecara" (4,500)
Montenegro Montenegro 1
Budućnost m:tel Podgorica Morača Sports Center (4,570)

Regular season[edit]

The regular season began on Saturday, October 10, 2009, and ended on Saturday, March 20, 2010.[2]

Standings[edit]

Schedule and Results[edit]

Stats Leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. Croatia Andrija Žižić Cedevita 428 25 17,12
2. Croatia Damir Mulaomerović Zagreb 352 21 16,76
3. Croatia Marko Tomas Cibona 429 28 15,32
4. Serbia Milan Mačvan Hemofarm 350 24 14,58
5. United States Jamont Gordon Cibona 403 28 14,39

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. United States Chester Mason Široki 202 25 8,08
2. Australia Aleksandar Marić Partizan 165 22 7,50
3. United States Lawrence Roberts Partizan 182 26 7,00
4. Croatia Tomislav Ružić Zadar 173 26 6,73
5. Croatia Luka Žorić Zagreb 173 26 6,65

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Feliks Kojadinović Bosna 122 21 5,81
2. Slovenia Jure Močnik Helios 122 22 5,55
3. Serbia Stefan Marković Hemofarm 117 25 4,68
4. United States Chester Mason Široki 116 25 4,64
5. United States Jamont Gordon Cibona 128 28 4,57

Ranking MVP[edit]

Rank Name Team Efficiency Games Average
1. United States Chester Mason Široki 499 25 19,96
2. Serbia Milan Mačvan Hemofarm 436 24 18,17
3. Australia Aleksandar Marić Partizan 394 22 17,91
4. Croatia Andrija Žižić Cedevita 445 25 17,80
5. Croatia Luka Žorić Zagreb 461 26 17,73

MVP Round by Round[edit]

Round Player Team Efficiency
1 Serbia Marko Brkić Radnički 29
2 Canada Jermaine Anderson Cedevita 31
3 Serbia Boban Marjanović Hemofarm 36
4 Australia Aleks Marić Partizan 36
5 Croatia Marko Tomas Cibona 43
6 Croatia Andrija Žižić Cedevita 40
7 Bulgaria Filip Videnov Crvena zvezda 43
8 United States Chester Mason Široki 39
9 Croatia Ante Tomić Zagreb 35
10 United States Chester Mason (2) Široki 34
11 Croatia Marino Baždarić Cedevita 28
12 Montenegro Goran Jeretin Budućnost 34
13 Serbia Miroslav Raduljica FMP 36
14 Serbia Nemanja Protić FMP 37
15 Montenegro Slavko Vraneš Partizan 31
16 United States Jamont Gordon Cibona 34
17 Croatia Damir Mulaomerović Zagreb 41
18 United States Matt Walsh Olimpija 28
19 Croatia Lukša Andrić Cibona 31
20 Croatia Ivan Grgat Široki 41
21 Canada Jermaine Anderson (2) Cedevita 31
22 United States Jamont Gordon (2) Cibona 33
23 Serbia Nemanja Bjelica Crvena zvezda 44
24 United States Chester Mason (3) Široki 57
25 Serbia Milan Mačvan Hemofarm 32
26 Serbia Miroslav Raduljica (2) FMP 33
27 United States Jamont Gordon (3) Cibona 31
28 United States Jamont Gordon (4) Cibona 31

Source: NLB League

Final four[edit]

Matches played in, Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

Semifinals
April 23
Final
April 25
           
1 Cibona 78
4 Union Olimpija 73
1 Cibona 74
2 Partizan 75 (OT)
2 Partizan 72
3 Hemofarm STADA 67

Semifinals[edit]

Partizan vs. Hemofarm STADA[edit]

April 23
17:15 CET
Partizan Serbia 72–67 Serbia Hemofarm STADA
Scoring by quarter: 14-18, 26-16, 12-12, 20-21
Pts: Roberts 16
Rebs: Roberts 11
Asts: Božić, Marić, McCalebb 2
Pts: Mačvan 16
Rebs: Marjanović 9
Asts: Marković, Borisov 2
Arena Zagreb, Zagreb
Attendance: -
Referees: Srđan Dožai (CRO), Siniša Herceg (CRO), Saša Maričić (SRB)

Cibona vs. Union Olimpija[edit]

April 23
20:15 CET
Cibona Croatia 78–73 Slovenia Union Olimpija
Scoring by quarter: 26-18, 22-26, 18-8, 12-21
Pts: Gordon 23
Rebs: Bogdanović 10
Asts: Gordon 5
Pts: Klobučar 19
Rebs: Klobučar, Aleksandrov 6
Asts: Ilievski 3
Arena Zagreb, Zagreb
Attendance: 13,000
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Milivoje Jovčić (SRB), Milija Vojinović (SRB)

Final[edit]

April 25
17:15 CET
Cibona Croatia 74–75 (OT) Serbia Partizan
Scoring by quarter: 14-15, 17-16, 13-13, 16-16, Overtime: 14-15
Pts: Gordon, Tomas 31
Rebs: Gordon, Andrić 5
Asts: Tomas 3
Pts: Marić 14
Rebs: Roberts 14
Asts: Veselý 3
Arena Zagreb, Zagreb
Attendance: 16,200
Referees: Sašo Pukl (SLO), Matej Boltauzer (SLO), Damir Javor (SLO)


2009–10 ABA NLB League Champions

Serbia
Partizan
4th Title

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adriatic Basket History, adriaticbasket.info
  2. ^ Standings - Regular Season, adriaticbasket.info

External links[edit]