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2011–12 LEB Plata season
League LEB Plata
Sport Basketball
Number of games 156 (regular season)
Number of teams 13
Regular Season
Season champions River Andorra
Season MVP Montenegro Marko Todorović
Top scorer United States Alfredo Ott
Play-offs
Play-offs champions Aguas de Sousas Ourense
  Play-offs runners-up CB Prat Joventut
Copa LEB Plata
Champions Aurteneche Maquinaria
  Runners-up River Andorra
Finals MVP Spain Alberto Ausina
LEB Plata seasons

The 2011–12 LEB Plata season is the 12th season of the LEB Plata, second league of the Liga Española de Baloncesto and third division in Spain. It is also named Adecco Plata for sponsorship reasons.

Competition format[edit]

Teams will play a regular season of 26 weeks with a Round-robin tournament format. This regular season will start on October 8 and will finish on April 20. The regular season champion will promote directly to LEB Oro and the last qualified will be relegated to Liga EBA. Teams qualified from second to ninth will join the promotion playoffs. The winner will promote also to LEB Oro.[1]

The two first qualified teams after the first half of the league will play the Copa LEB Plata.

Eligibility of players[edit]

All teams must have in their roster:

  • A minimum of seven players who played in Spain during three season being between 15 and 20 years old.[2]
  • A maximum of two non-EU players. This players can be replaced by players from the EU or ACP countries.
  • A maximum of two players from the EU or ACP countries.

Teams can not sign any player after February 29, 2012.

Team information[edit]

Champion of last season Knet Rioja and playoffs winner Iberostar Bàsquet Mallorca were promoted to LEB Oro. Fundación Adepal Alcázar and Aguas de Sousas Ourense were relegated from LEB Oro to LEB Plata. Adepal resigned to its spot and was dissolved.

Aurteneche Maquinaria, Gandía Bàsquet, Platja de Palma and Eninter CB Santfeliuenc were the Liga EBA playoffs winners and promoted to LEB Plata, but Palma and Santfeliuenc refused to play in this league and stayed in Liga EBA. Lan Mobel ISB was also relegated to Liga EBA from LEB Plata.

By July 12, only seven teams were confirmed to play in LEB Plata. These teams were Aguas de Sousas Ourense (relegated from LEB Oro), River Andorra, CB Prat, Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila, FC Barcelona Regal B, Aurteneche Maquinaria (champion of last Liga EBA) and Tenerife Baloncesto (achieved one of the vacants).[3]

The Spanish Basketball Federation conceded an extension of the July 28 deadline for nine more teams.[4] At this date, four more teams were admitted: Gandía Bàsquet, Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña, Lan Mobel ISB and CB Las Rozas, who played last season in 1ª División (fifth tier, one below Liga EBA).[5]

Some teams demanded a new extension to get the endorsement, and the Federation conceded it until August 10.[6] Oviedo CB and Plasencia Extremadura were admitted after this last extension.[7]

Team City Arena Founded Coach
Aguas de Sousas Ourense Ourense Pazo dos Deportes Paco Paz 1979 Spain Rafa Sanz
Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava Vitoria-Gasteiz Polideportivo Mendizorroza 1994 Spain Iñaki Merino
CB Prat Joventut El Prat de Llobregat Pavelló Joan Busquets
1951
Spain Carles Durán
FC Barcelona Regal B Barcelona Palau Blaugrana
1926
Spain Borja Comenge
Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila Ávila Multiusos Carlos Sastre
2001
Spain Armando Gómez
Gandía Bàsquet Gandia Pavelló Municipal de Gandia
1981
Spain Víctor Rubio
Lan Mobel ISB Azpeitia Polideportivo Municipal
1975
Spain Iurgi Caminos
Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña A Coruña Polideportivo de Riazor
1995
Spain Antonio Pérez
Omnia CB Las Rozas Las Rozas de Madrid Polideportivo Las Matas 1987 Spain Alonso de Madariaga
Oviedo CB Oviedo Polideportivo de Pumarín
2004
Spain Alfredo Riera
Plasencia Extremadura Plasencia Pabellón Ciudad de Plasencia
1978
Spain Rafa Gomáriz
River Andorra Andorra La Vella Poliesportiu d'Andorra
1970
Spain Joan Peñarroya
Tenerife Baloncesto Santa Cruz de Tenerife Polideportivo Municipal
1996
Spain Jou Costa


Regular season[edit]

League table[edit]

# Teams P W L PF PA PT Qualification or relegation
1 River Andorra 24 19 5 1825 1578 44 Promotion to LEB Oro
2 Aguas de Sousas Ourense 24 17 7 1764 1663 41 Promotion playoffs
3 CB Prat Joventut 24 15 9 1810 1694 39
4 Omnia CB Las Rozas 24 15 9 1845 1763 39
5 Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 24 13 11 1683 1576 37
6 Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (C) 24 13 11 1748 1734 37
7 FC Barcelona Regal B 24 12 12 1856 1845 36
8 Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila 24 12 12 1589 1605 36
9 Lan Mobel ISB 24 12 12 1751 1747 36
10 Oviedo CB 24 8 16 1724 1888 32
11 Plasencia Extremadura 24 8 16 1629 1752 32
12 Tenerife Baloncesto 24 7 17 1764 1849 31
13 Gandía Bàsquet 24 5 19 1564 1858 29 Relegation to Liga EBA

Source: FEB
(C) = Copa LEB Plata champion

Results[edit]

COB ARA PRAT FCB AVI GAN ISB COR ROZ OCB PLA BCA TF
Aguas de Sousas Ourense 68–62 62–52 79–69 69–51 75–81 74–62 67–66 88–70 75–58 76–61 82–66 68–57
Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava 81–76 84–64 80–92 79–74 78–57 71–82 79–81 80–91 77–65 77–74 69–81 70–78
CB Prat Joventut 71–70 69–74 77–76 64–81 89–67 82–70 71–67 90–75 101–53 78–68 75–70 85–70
FC Barcelona Regal B 72–77 52–64 88–93 74–64 89–71 94–82 82–65 82–66 75–81 79–72 93–88 89–79
Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila 69–56 48–47 62–78 76–62[8] 73–51 75–70 61–53 74–77 68–57 70–60 56–54 70–79
Gandía Bàsquet 73–83 66–65 62–90 61–69 51–65 49–69 62–69 72–80 69–74 78–61 52–78 63–61
Lan Mobel ISB 84–70 81–84 73–66 78–80 66–53 89–69 58–71 76–64 82–78 82–89 73–83 78–73
Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 66–75 72–48 68–65 66–61 81–57 84–60 54–62 68–76 91–71 89–58 52–65 81–60
Omnia CB Las Rozas 71–78 76–79 75–61 93–66 73–64 85–69 76–57 64–61 86–67 80–81 74–83 89–86
Oviedo CB 74–80 76–82 59–80 83–79 79–67 64–69 78–66 86–82 72–82 79–54 63–78 101–105
Plasencia Extremadura 77–68 68–77 62–69 67–74 75–59 84–71 68–63 54–67 62–75 76–55 58–71 75–57
River Andorra 91–53 76–73 83–70 78–63 77–72 87–66 67–70 66–48 76–72 81–51 76–65 72–60
Tenerife Baloncesto 80–85 67–68 75–70 91–80 73–80 81–55 73–78 65–81 71–75 73–98 82–60 68–78

Source: FEB

Promotion playoffs[edit]

The playoffs will start on 24 April 2012, and it will finish on May 23, 25 or 27 if necessary.[9]

The quarterfinal round will be played in a best-of-three games format, with the best ranked team playing games 1 and 3 if necessary at home. Semifinals and finals will be played in a best-of-5 games format, with the seeded playing the games 1, 2 and 5 if necessary at home. The winner of the playoffs will promote to 2012–2013 LEB Oro season with River Andorra, the champion of the regular season.

  Quarterfinals
April 24, 27, 29
Semifinals
May 4, 6, 9, 11, 13
Finals
May 18, 20, 23, 25, 27
                                               
  2  Aguas de Sousas Ourense 86 66 83  
9  Lan Mobel ISB 87 59 69  
  2  Aguas de Sousas Ourense 69 94 61 63 79  
  6  Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava 59 92 75 70 65  
5  Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 89 66
  6  Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava 92 69  
    2  Aguas de Sousas Ourense 76 64 67 88
  3  CB Prat Joventut 65 52 80 69
  3  CB Prat Joventut 78 62  
8  Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila 62 57  
  3  CB Prat Joventut 80 72 81 83
  7  FC Barcelona Regal B 74 81 77 79    
4  Omnia CB Las Rozas 75 72
  7  FC Barcelona Regal B 79 86  

Copa LEB Plata[edit]

At the half of the league, the two first teams in the table play the Copa LEB Plata at home of the winner of the first half season (13th round). If this team doesn't want to host the Copa LEB Plata, the second qualified can do it. If nobody wants to host it, the Federation will propose a neutral venue.

The Champion of this Cup will play the play-offs as first qualified if it finishes the league between the 2nd and the 5th qualified. The Copa LEB Plata will be played on January 29, 2012.

Teams qualified[edit]

# Teams P W L PF PA PT
1 River Andorra 12 10 2 901 730 22
2 Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava 12 8 4 887 849 20

The game[edit]

29 Jan 2012
18:00 CET
River Andorra 74–82 Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava
Scoring by quarter: 10–22, 22–23, 14–13, 28–24
Pts: Fede Bavosi, 25
Rebs: Pablo Sánchez, 10
Asts: Fede Bavosi, 5
PIR: Fede Bavosi, 32
Pts: Alberto Ausina, 19
Rebs: Alex Thompson, 14
Asts: Ander Ortiz de Pinedo, 5
PIR: Alberto Ausina, 30
Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava, champion of the XII Copa LEB Plata
Poliesportiu d'Andorra, Andorra la Vella
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: Martínez Prada, Jerez Vázquez, Pinela García

Awards[edit]

All LEB Plata team[edit]

Team made after the playoffs.[10]

Regular season MVP[edit]

MVP week by week[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Day Name Team PIR
1 United States Sammy Monroe Tenerife Baloncesto 45
2 Spain Alberto Ausina Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava 26
3 Spain José María Balmón Omnia CB Las Rozas 26
United States Alfredo Ott Lan Mobel ISB
4 United States Alex Thompson Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (2) 35
5 United States Kim Adams Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 27
6 Spain Alberto Ausina (2) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (3) 35
7 United States Sammy Monroe (2) Tenerife Baloncesto (2) 36
8 Spain Isma Torres River Andorra 28
9 Cuba Georvys Elías Tenerife Baloncesto (3) 29
10 Spain Javier Salsón Omnia CB Las Rozas (2) 29
11 Haiti Robert Joseph Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila 27
12 Nigeria Ola Atoyebi Lan Mobel ISB 33
13 Senegal Papa Mbaye FC Barcelona Regal B 25
14 Spain Nacho Guigou Tenerife Baloncesto (4) 33
15 Spain Toni Vicens Aguas de Sousas Ourense 28
16 Spain Adrián Laso Fontedoso Carrefour El Bulevar de Ávila (2) 21
17 Nigeria Ola Atoyebi (2) Lan Mobel ISB (3) 30
Spain José María Balmón (2) Omnia CB Las Rozas (3)
18 Spain Alberto Ausina (3) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (4) 29
19 Spain Javier Salsón (2) Omnia CB Las Rozas (4) 33
20 Spain Ander Ortiz de Pinedo Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (5) 25
21 Spain Alberto Ausina (4) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (6) 40
22 United States Alfredo Ott (2) Lan Mobel ISB (4) 34
23 United States Nick Wolf Omnia CB Las Rozas (5) 38
24 United States Bryan LeDuc Oviedo CB 32
25 Spain Javier Salsón (3) Omnia CB Las Rozas (6) 28
United States Nick Wolf (2) Omnia CB Las Rozas (7)
26 Spain David Ortega Oviedo CB (2) 32

Playoffs[edit]

Day Name Team PIR
QF1 Spain Ander Ortiz de Pinedo (2) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (7) 29
QF2 Spain Javier Salsón (4) Omnia CB Las Rozas (8) 41
QF3 Spain Víctor Serrano Lan Mobel ISB (5) 20
SF1 Spain Álex Barrera CB Prat Joventut 23
SF2 Spain Alberto Ausina (5) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (8) 26
SF3 Montenegro Marko Todorović CB Prat Joventut (2) 40
SF4 Spain Ander Ortiz de Pinedo (3) Aurteneche Maquinaria Araba/Álava (9) 25
SF5 United States Matt Webster Aguas de Sousas Ourense (2) 31
F1 Montenegro Marko Todorović (2) CB Prat Joventut (3) 21
F2 Spain Albert Ventura CB Prat Joventut (4) 17
F3 Spain Ferran Bassas CB Prat Joventut (5) 20
F4 Spain Albert Ventura CB Prat Joventut (6) 17
Ivory Coast Francis Koffi Aguas de Sousas Ourense (3)
Spain Alberto Miguel Aguas de Sousas Ourense (4)
Spain Pablo Movilla Aguas de Sousas Ourense (5)

References[edit]

  1. ^ ADECCO PLATA: Nuevo calendario y representantes FEB.es September 28, 2011
  2. ^ Training players, the proposal of the Federation to the Adecco Oro clubs Solobasket.com April 27, 2011
  3. ^ No renounces in Adecco Oro but only 7 teams confirmed in Adecco Plata Solobasket.com July 12, 2011
  4. ^ Clubs bet for Basket FEB FEB.es July 12, 2011
  5. ^ El grupo D de la EBA contará con 10 u 11 equipos, si presentan el aval Andalusian Basketball Federation. July 28, 2011
  6. ^ La LEB Plata amplia el termini d`inscripció fins al 10 d`agost RTVA.ad July 29, 2011
  7. ^ 13 equips formaran la lliga LEB Plata BC Andorra website. August 11, 2011
  8. ^ Last 3:51 of the game were replayed due to an error in the annotation of the game, with the score of 64–56. The first game finished 64–65. El Óbila y el Regal Barça tendrán que repetir los últimos 3’51’’ de su partido COPE Ávila. November 16, 2011
  9. ^ Adecco Plata: Habrá doble choque gallego-vasco FEB.es, 20 April 2012
  10. ^ Adecco Plata: el quinteto ideal de los playoffs FEB.es May 31, 2012

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