2009–10 Pro A season

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2009–10 LNB Pro A season
League LNB Pro A
Sport Basketball
Number of games 240 (regular season)
Number of teams 16
TV partner(s) Sport+
Regular Season
Top seed Cholet Basket
Season MVP United States Ricardo Greer (SLUC Nancy)
France Ali Traore (ASVEL)
Top scorer Nigeria Derrick Obasohan (Hyères-Toulon)
2009-10 Finals
Champions Cholet Basket
Finals MVP France Mickaël Gelabale
LNB Pro A seasons

The 2009–10 LNB Pro A season was the 88th season of the French Basketball Championship and the 23rd season since inception of the Ligue Nationale de Basketball (LNB). The regular season started on October 3, 2009 and ended on May 11, 2010. The play-offs were held from May 18, 2010 till June 13, 2010.

Cholet Basket, after finishing first of the regular season,[1] won the French Pro A League by defeating Le Mans SB in playoffs final (81-65).[2]

Promotion and relegation[edit]

At the beginning of the 2009-10 season

Teams promoted from 2008–09 Pro B (French 2nd division)

Teams relegated to 2009–10 Pro B

At the end of the 2009-10 season

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Pro B

Teams relegated to 2010–11 Pro B

Team arenas[edit]

Team Home city Stadium Capacity
ÉS Chalon-sur-Saône Chalon-sur-Saône Le Colisée 4,070
Cholet Basket Cholet La Meilleraie 5,191
JDA Dijon Dijon Palais des Sports Jean-Michel Geoffroy 4,600
BCM Gravelines Dunkerque Gravelines Sportica 3,500
Hyères Toulon Var Basket HyèresToulon Palais des Sports de Toulon
Espace 3000
4,700
2,200
STB Le Havre Le Havre Salle des Docks Océane 3,598
Le Mans Sarthe Basket Le Mans Antarès 6,003
ASVEL Basket LyonVilleurbanne Astroballe 5,643
SLUC Nancy Basket Nancy Palais des Sports Jean Weille 6,027
Orléans Loiret Basket Orléans Zénith d'Orléans 5,338
Paris-Levallois Basket Paris – Levallois Stade Pierre de Coubertin
Palais des Sports Marcel Cerdan
4,200
3,050
Poitiers Basket 86 Poitiers Les Arènes 4,300
Chorale Roanne Basket Roanne Halle André Vacheresse 3,300
SPO Rouen Basket Rouen Salle des Cotonniers 1,300
Strasbourg IG Strasbourg Rhénus Sport 6,200
JA Vichy Vichy Palais des Sports Pierre Coulon 3,300

Team standings[edit]

Clinched playoff berth
Relegated
# Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Cholet 30 23 7 2296 2125
2 Le Mans 30 22 8 2390 2151
3 Roanne 30 21 9 2490 2324
4 Gravelines-Dunkerque 30 20 10 2322 2254
5 Nancy 30 19 11 2431 2212
6 Orléans 30 18 12 2331 2168
7 Paris-Levallois 30 15 15 2378 2370
8 Poitiers 30 15 15 2183 2223
9 Lyon-Villeurbanne 30 14 16 2233 2127
10 Vichy 30 13 17 2140 2111
11 Hyères Toulon 30 13 17 2441 2506
12 Chalon-sur-Saône 30 12 18 2343 2412
13 Le Havre 30 10 20 2223 2466
14 Strasbourg 30 10 20 2412 2542
15 Rouen 30 8 22 2290 2521
16 Dijon 30 7 23 2172 2563

Playoffs[edit]

Quarter Finals Semifinals Finals
                 
1 Cholet 2
8 Poitiers 0
1 Cholet 2
4 Gravelines-Dunkerque 1
4 Gravelines-Dunkerque 2
5 Nancy 0
1 Cholet 81
2 Le Mans 65
2 Le Mans 2
7 Paris-Levallois 0
2 Le Mans 2
3 Roanne 1
3 Roanne 2
6 Orléans 1

Stats Leaders[edit]

Statistic Player Team Average
Points per Game [3] Nigeria Derrick Obasohan Hyères-Toulon 19.8
Ranking per Game [4] United States Ricardo Greer Nancy 21.6
Rebounds per Game [5] Senegal Saer Sene Hyères-Toulon 11.4
Assists per Game [6] United States Kareem Reid Vichy 7.8
Steals per Game [7] United States John Linehan Cholet 2.8
Blocks per Game [8] Senegal Saer Sene Hyères-Toulon 2.4

Awards[edit]

Regular Season MVPs[edit]

Finals MVP[edit]

Best Coach[edit]

Most Improved Player[edit]

Best Defensive Player[edit]

Rising Star Award[edit]

Player of the month [9][edit]

Month Player Team
October United States Sean Marshall Dijon
November United States Ricardo Greer Nancy
December United States Dewarick Spencer Le Mans
January Dominican Republic Samuel Mejia Cholet
February United States Cedrick Banks Orléans
March United States Ralph Mims Roanne
April United States Dylan Page Roanne

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Classement général, Saison 2009/2010" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  2. ^ "French League final: June 13, 2010". Euroleague. June 13, 2010. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Moyenne de points" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Evaluation individuelle" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  5. ^ "Moyenne rebonds" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Moyenne passes décisives" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Moyenne interceptions" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  8. ^ "Moyenne contres" (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g "Rapport d'activité Saison 2009 -2010" (PDF) (in French). LNB. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  10. ^ Dubourg, Jean-Moise (June 13, 2011). "ProA : Gelabale MVP de la finale" (in French). www.sport365.fr. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 

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