2010–11 BIBL season

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2010–11 BIBL
Season 2010–11
Champions Republic of Macedonia Feni Industries]
Runners-up Bulgaria Rilski Sportist
Teams 10

In the third season of the Balkan International Basketball League, ten participants from the Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro and the new represented countries Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia has competed.

Teams[edit]

Country Teams Teams
Bulgaria Bulgaria 3 Levski Sofia Rilski Sportist Balkan Botevgrad
Montenegro Montenegro 2 Mornar Ulcinj
Serbia Serbia 1 OKK Beograd
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 1 Feni Industries
Romania Romania 1 Mureș
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 Zrinjski
Croatia Croatia 1 Svjetlost Brod

Format[edit]

Regular season[edit]

In the regular season the teams will be divided into two groups, each containing five teams. Each team plays every other team in its group at home and away. The two teams that finished at the top of their group advance to the final four. The teams that finish second and third in their group advance to the quarterfinals. The opening game has been played on October 2, 2010 and the last matchday has been played on 1–2 May 2011.

Quarterfinals[edit]

The teams that finished second in their home played against the third placed teams in the other group in a Best-Of-3 series with home advantage.

Final four[edit]

The four remaining teams play a semifinal match and the winners of those advance to the final. The losers play in a third-place playoff. The final four has been hosted at the Jasmin Sports Hall, Kavadarci, Republic of Macedonia.

Regular season[edit]

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the final four
Qualified for the playoffs
Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Bulgaria Levski Sofia 8 7 1 710 576 +134 15
2. Serbia OKK Beograd 8 5 3 648 641 +7 13
3. Montenegro Ulcinj 8 4 4 611 633 −22 12
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina Zrinjski 8 4 4 656 664 −8 12
5. Croatia Svjetlost Brod 8 0 8 576 687 −111 8

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the final four
Qualified for the playoffs
Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Republic of Macedonia Feni Industries 8 6 2 723 652 +71 14
2. Montenegro Mornar 8 6 2 696 648 +48 14
3. Bulgaria Rilski Sportist 8 4 4 631 649 −18 12
4. Romania Mureș 8 3 5 683 694 −11 11
5. Bulgaria Balkan Botevgrad 8 1 7 592 682 −90 9

Quarterfinals[edit]

First legs were on March 22 and 23; Second legs were on March 29 and 30; Third leg was on April 6

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
OKK Beograd Serbia 0 − 2 Bulgaria Rilski Sportist 88−93 57−66
Mornar Montenegro 2 − 1 Montenegro Ulcinj 69−60 68−80 77−69

Final four[edit]

Semifinals
April 15
Final
April 17
Jasmin Sports HallKavadarci
 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 70  
 Bulgaria Rilski Sportist 74  
 
Jasmin Sports HallKavadarci
     Bulgaria Rilski Sportist 75
   Republic of Macedonia Feni Industries 88
Jasmin Sports HallKavadarci
 Republic of Macedonia Feni Industries 82
 Montenegro Mornar 75  
Balkan League 2011 Champions
Republic of Macedonia
Feni Industries
First title

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