2011–12 ABA League

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2011–12 ABA League season
League Adriatic League
Sport Basketball
Duration 8 October 2011 – 30 April 2012
Number of games 185
Number of teams  Serbia (4 teams)
 Slovenia (4 teams)
 Croatia (3 teams)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (1 team)
 Montenegro (1 team)
 Israel (1 team)
TV partner(s) TV Slovenija, TV Koper, Šport TV, HRT, RTCG, TV B92, Arena Sport
Regular season
Season champions Israel Maccabi Electra
Season MVP United States David Simon (Radnički)
Top scorer United States David Simon (Radnički) (19.38 ppg)
Final four
Champions Israel Maccabi Electra
  Runners-up Croatia KK Cedevita
Final four MVP United States Keith Langford (Maccabi)[1]
ABA League seasons

The 2011–12 ABA League was the 11th season of the Adriatic League, with 14 teams from Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Israel participating in it. This was the second time a team from Israel, Maccabi Tel Aviv, participated in the league.

2011–12 ABA League Final Four was held in Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv.

Team information[edit]

Venues and locations[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
 Serbia 4
Partizan mt:s Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
Hemofarm STADA Vršac Millennium Center (5,000)
Radnički Kragujevac Hala Jezero (5,320)
Crvena zvezda BG DIVA Belgrade Pionir Hall (8,150)
 Slovenia 4
Union Olimpija Ljubljana Arena Stožice (12,480)
Krka Novo mesto Leon Štukelj Hall (2,000)
Helios Domžale Domžale Komunalni center Hall (2,000)
Zlatorog Laško Laško Tri Lilije Hall (2,000)
 Croatia 3
Zagreb CO Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
Cedevita Zagreb Dom Sportova – Dvorana 2 (3,100)
Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Basketball Hall (5,400)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 Široki WWin Široki Brijeg "Pecara" (4,500)
 Montenegro 1 Budućnost VOLI Podgorica Morača Sports Center (4,570)
 Israel 1 Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Yad Eliyahu Arena (11,700)



Head coaches[edit]

Team Head coach Seasons as head coach
Budućnost VOLI Montenegro Dejan Radonjić
7
Cedevita Croatia Dražen Anzulović
1
Cibona Croatia Jasmin Repeša
1
Zlatorog Laško Serbia Rado Trifunović
2
Hemofarm STADA Serbia Nebojša Bogavac
1
Helios Domžale Slovenia Zmago Sagadin
1
Krka Slovenia Aleksander Sekulić
1
Maccabi Electra Israel David Blatt
2
Union Olimpija Slovenia Sašo Filipovski
1
Partizan mt:s Serbia Vlada Jovanović
2
Radnički Serbia Miroslav Nikolić
3
Crvena zvezda BG DIVA Serbia Svetislav Pešić
1
Zagreb CO Serbia Vladimir Androić
1
Široki WWin Croatia Ivan Velić
3

Regular season[edit]

The regular season began on Saturday, 8 October 2011, and ended on Saturday, 14 April 2012.

Standings[edit]

Pld – Played; W – Won; L – Lost; PF – Points for; PA – Points against; Diff – Difference; Pts – Points.

As of 14 April 2012[2]

Schedule and results[edit]


Stats leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. United States David Simon Serbia Radnički 504 26 19.38
2. United States Mike Scott Serbia Radnički 386 22 17.55
3. Croatia Krunoslav Simon Croatia Zagreb 339 22 15.41
4. Croatia Fran Pilepić Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki 370 25 14.80
5. Slovenia Klemen Prepelič Slovenia Helios Domžale 370 26 14.23

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. United States Mike Scott Serbia Radnički 145 22 6.59
2. United States David Simon Serbia Radnički 170 26 6.54
3. Slovenia Smiljan Pavič Slovenia Krka 148 23 6.43
4. Croatia Drago Pašalić Slovenia Helios Domžale 161 26 6.19
5. Slovenia Alen Omić Slovenia Zlatorog Laško 160 26 6.15

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. Australia Steven Marković Serbia Radnički 146 21 6.95
2. Croatia Jakov Vladović Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki 110 22 5.00
3. Slovenia Daniel Vujasinović Slovenia Zlatorog Laško 117 25 4.68
4. Greece Theodoros Papaloukas Israel Maccabi 97 24 4.04
5. Croatia Krunoslav Simon Croatia Zagreb 85 22 3.86

Blocks[edit]

Rank Name Team Blocks Games BPG
1. United States David Simon Serbia Radnički 37 26 1.42
2. United States Shawn James Israel Maccabi 32 23 1.39
3. United States Richard Hendrix Israel Maccabi 25 25 1.0
4. Montenegro Boris Savović Serbia Hemofarm 16 16 1.0
5. Serbia Mile Ilić Serbia Crvena zvezda 21 18 0.86

Ranking MVP[edit]

Rank Name Team Efficiency Games Average
1. United States David Simon Serbia Radnički 579 26 22.27
2. United States Mike Scott Serbia Radnički 439 22 19.95
3. Croatia Krunoslav Simon Croatia Zagreb 423 22 19.23
4. United States Antwain Barbour Croatia Cibona 366 24 15.25
5. Slovenia Klemen Prepelič Slovenia Helios Domžale 371 26 14.27

MVP Round by Round[edit]

Round Player Team Efficiency
1 United States David Simon Serbia Radnički 28
Serbia Miljan Pavković Serbia Radnički 28
United States D. J. Gay Slovenia Helios Domžale 28
2 United States David Simon (2) Serbia Radnički 38
3 Montenegro Nikola Peković Serbia Partizan 34
4 Croatia Damir Markota Slovenia Union Olimpija 36
5 Slovenia Smiljan Pavič Slovenia Krka 34
6 Montenegro Nikola Vučević Montenegro Budućnost 31
7 Serbia Vladimir Panić Slovenia Zlatorog Laško 43
8 Montenegro Nikola Vučević (2) Montenegro Budućnost 44
9 Israel Guy Pnini Israel Maccabi Electra 33
10 Australia Steven Marković Serbia Radnički 39
11 Croatia Krunoslav Simon Croatia Zagreb 35
12 Serbia Petar Popović Serbia Crvena zvezda 38
13 Croatia Vedran Vukušić Croatia Cedevita 30
14 United States Mike Scott Serbia Radnički 40
15 Serbia Miroslav Raduljica Serbia Partizan 47
16 Slovenia Klemen Prepelič Slovenia Helios Domžale 40
17 Serbia Mladen Pantić Serbia Hemofarm 28
United States Omar Thomas Serbia Crvena zvezda 28
18 Croatia Drago Pašalić Slovenia Helios Domžale 31
19 Croatia Mario Kasun Croatia Zagreb 35
20 Croatia Mario Kasun (2) Croatia Zagreb 34
21 Serbia Čedomir Vitkovac Montenegro Budućnost 34
22 Croatia Mario Kasun (3) Croatia Zagreb 29
23 United States David Simon (3) Serbia Radnički 40
24 Slovenia Klemen Prepelič (2) Slovenia Helios Domžale 35
25 Slovenia Zoran Dragić Slovenia Krka 29
26 Serbia Milan Mačvan Serbia Partizan 34
SF United States Keith Langford Israel Maccabi Electra 22
F United States Keith Langford (2) Israel Maccabi Electra 30

Source: NLB League

Final four[edit]

Matches in, Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv, Israel

Semifinals
April 28
Final
April 30
           
1 Israel Maccabi Electra 82
4 Montenegro Budućnost VOLI 60
1 Israel Maccabi Electra 87
2 Croatia Cedevita 77
2 Croatia Cedevita 68
3 Serbia Partizan mt:s 56

Semifinals[edit]

April 28
20:15
Maccabi Electra Israel 82–60 Montenegro Budućnost VOLI
Scoring by quarter: 17-12, 25-8, 22-8, 18-22
Pts: Eliyahu 18
Rebs: Eliyahu 9
Asts: 5 players 3
Pts: Dubljević 17
Rebs: Vitkovac 6
Asts: 5 players 2
Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 10,500
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Dubravko Muhvić (CRO), Srđan Dožai (CRO)

April 28
17:45
Cedevita Croatia 68–56 Serbia Partizan mt:s
Scoring by quarter: 14-15, 20-17, 17-14, 17-10
Pts: Owens 18
Rebs: 3 players 5
Asts: Warren 3
Pts: Raduljica 15
Rebs: Raduljica 7
Asts: 3 players 2
Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Sašo Pukl (SLO), Matej Boltauzer (SLO), Zdravko Rutešić (MNE)

Final[edit]

April 30
20:15
Maccabi Electra Israel 87–77 Croatia Cedevita
Scoring by quarter: 27-11, 12-12, 25-24, 23-30
Pts: Langford 21
Rebs: Hendrix 7
Asts: Ohayon 7
Pts: Warren 24
Rebs: Bilan 9
Asts: Draper 6
Yad Eliyahu Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 11,000
Referees: Ilija Belošević (SRB), Milivoje Jovčić (SRB), Milija Vojinović (SRB)


2011–12 ABA NLB League Champions

Israel
Maccabi Electra
1st Title

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Keith Langford is the Final Four Tournament MVP, adriaticbasket.info
  2. ^ Standings – Regular Season, adriaticbasket.info