2013–14 Greek Basket League

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2013–14 Greek Basket League season
League Greek Basket League
Sport Basketball
Duration 12 October 2013 – 4 June 2014
Number of teams 14
TV partner(s) SKAI TV, NERIT, Nova Sports
Regular Season
Season champions Panathinaikos
Season MVP Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
Top scorer United States Errick McCollum
Playoffs
Finals
Champions Panathinaikos
  Runners-up Olympiacos
Finals MVP Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
Greek Basket League seasons

The 2013–14 Greek Basket League was the 74th season of the Greek Basket League, the highest tier professional basketball league in Greece.

Previous 2012–13 season's results[edit]

Teams, venues, and locations[edit]

Club Position
2012–13
Season In League Greek League Arena Capacity Head Coach
AENK
1st (A2)
1st
Zirineio Indoor Hall
1,500
Greece Ilias Papatheodorou
Apollon Patras
8th
29th
Apollon Patras Indoor Hall, Patras
3,500
Greece Nikos Vetoulas
Aris
6th
51st
Alexandrio Melathron, Thessaloniki
5,500[1]
Serbia Milan Minić
Ikaros Chalkidas
7th
4th
Kanithou Indoor Hall, Chalkida
1,600
Greece Dimitrios Priftis
Ilysiakos
12th
8th
Ilissia Indoor Hall, Zografou
1,700[2]
Greece Dimitris Liogas
KAOD
9th
4th
Drama Indoor Hall, Drama
1,700
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nenad Marković
Kolossos
10th
8th
Venetoklio Indoor Hall, Rhodes
1,700
Greece Vassilis Fragkias
Olympiacos
2nd
48th
Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus
12,000
Greece Georgios Bartzokas
Panathinaikos
1st
51st
OAKA Indoor Hall, Marousi
19,250
Greece Fragiskos Alvertis
Panelefsiniakos
11th
2nd
Elefsina Indoor Hall, Eleusis
1,100
Greece Giorgos Skarafingas
Panionios
3rd
43rd
Nea Smyrni Indoor Hall, Nea Smyrni
2,000
Greece Ioannis Sfairopoulos
PAOK
5th
50th
PAOK Sports Arena, Pylaia
10,000[3]
Greece Soulis Markopoulos
Rethymno Aegean
4th
4th
Rethymno Indoor Hall, Rethymno
1,600
Greece Thanasis Giaples
Trikala Aries
2nd (A2)
1st
Trikala Indoor Hall, Trikala
2,500
Greece Kostas Flevarakis

Regular season[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos
Club
Pld
W
L
PF
PA
Diff
Pts
Qualification or Relegation
1.
Panathinaikos
26
25
1
2073
1648
+425
51
Qualified for the Playoffs
2.
Olympiacos
26
24
2
2119
1681
+438
50
3.
Panionios
26
18
8
1938
1826
+112
44
4.
PAOK
26
15
11
2064
1986
+78
41
5.
AENK
26
14
12
1880
1884
-4
40
6.
KAOD
26
13
13
2003
2021
-18
39
7.
Aris
26
12
14
1807
1802
+5
38
8.
Apollon Patras
26
11
15
1874
1960
-86
37
9.
Rethymno Aegean
26
10
16
1927
2023
-96
36
10.
Kolossos Rodou
26
10
16
1820
1956
-136
36
11.
Trikala Aries
26
9
17
1927
2046
-119
35
12.
Panelefsiniakos
26
7
19
1782
1980
-198
33
13.
Ilysiakos
26
7
19
1788
1945
-157
33
Relegation to A2
14.
Ikaros Chalkidas
26
7
19
1876
2120
-244
33

Source: ESAKE

  • Olympiacos started the season with a -2 points penalty in the standings.

Results[edit]

APO ARI IKA ILY KAO KOL AENK OLY PAO PNF PAN PAOK RET TRI
Apollon Patras 76-78 71-65 80-65 62-64 76-66 75-67 67-76 79-95 70-69 81-89 77-81 82-73 67-74
Aris 67-75 84-67 75-64 77-59 57-68 67-65 59-64 59-75 75-61 63-65 75-79 73-67 88-57
Ikaros Chalkidas 72-64 77-88 72-71 89-73 96-88 83-81 64-87 64-85 74-84 73-80 78-86 89-78 81-74
Ilysiakos 67-76 51-63 79-71 70-74 74-62 71-65 57-78 60-87 84-75 73-87 78-77 86-72 69-59
KAOD 81-83 58-66 96-79 76-73 76-79 76-77 75-69 85-87 81-68 76-63 90-85 83-82 83-70
Kolossos Rodou 82-84 72-69 70-64 72-60 70-76 62-59 61-94 58-73 67-57 75-64 62-49 66-76 76-72
AENK 72-54 81-74 75-66 81-66 84-95 80-74 67-75 65-88 81-73 64-60 95-86 84-76 97-85
Olympiacos 93-71 93-61 99-61 83-73 83-71 77-68 69-64 55-45 94-64 76-66 78-70 105-64 84-45
Panathinaikos 81-73 71-59 77-61 83-77 93-72 102-69 72-59 58-48 74-35 90-65 81-61 76-61 83-63
Panelefsiniakos 66-73 72-60 71-60 73-58 73-67 97-69 63-71 63-101 54-76 72-74 56-79 72-87 94-77
Panionios 79-47 63-68 89-54 69-64 77-71 73-66 64-39 66-77 64-69 92-70 95-92 74-66 69-62
PAOK 78-74 56-49 88-74 84-49 82-65 88-81 92-83 72-74 71-82 81-72 91-100 97-90 82-77
Rethymno Aegean 92-72 84-77 82-77 63-62 77-72 86-67 54-55 79-103 63-82 85-69 91-100 64-81 79-77
Trikala Aries 68-65 82-76 100-65 88-87 103-108 77-70 64-69 70-84 68-88 70-59 83-84 87-76 75-63

Source: ESAKE Fixtures

Playoffs[edit]

Teams in bold won the playoff series. Numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's original playoff seeding. Numbers to the right indicate the score of each playoff game.

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                               
  1  Panathinaikos 88 82  
8  Apollon Patras 61 67  
  1  Panathinaikos 89 83 72  
  4  PAOK 83 77 65  
4  PAOK 70 79
  5  AENK 66 75  
    1  Panathinaikos 59 64 64 67 82
  2  Olympiacos 56 89 69 65 71
  2  Olympiacos 77 74  
7  Aris 44 59  
  2  Olympiacos 78 84 93
  3  Panionios 43 58 90     3rd Place
3  Panionios 83 81
  6  KAOD 73 71     4  PAOK 65 81 57 84
  3  Panionios 60 63 75 80

Final league standings[edit]

Position Team Overall Record
Games Wins Losses
1. Panathinaikos 36 33 3
2. Olympiacos 36 31 5
3. PAOK 35 20 15
4. Panionios 35 21 14
5. AENK 28 14 14
6. KAOD 28 13 15
7. Aris 28 12 16
8. Apollon Patras 28 11 17
9. Rethymno Aegean 26 10 16
10. Kolossos Rodou 26 10 16
11. Trikala Aries 26 9 17
12. Panelefsiniakos 26 7 19
13. Ilysiakos 26 7 19
14. Ikaros Chalkidas 26 7 19
2014–15 Euroleague Regular Season
2014–15 Eurocup Regular Season
Relegation to 2014–15 Greek A2 League
Greek Basket League 2013–14
Champions
Panathinaikos B.C. logo.png
Panathinaikos
34th Title

Individual statistics[edit]

The Greek Basket League counts official stats leaders by stats totals, and not by per game averages. It also counts the total stats for both regular season and playoffs combined.

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Points Games PPG
1. United States Errick McCollum Panionios 625 35 17.9
2. Greece Kostas Charalampidis PAOK 434 35 12.4
3. Greece Michalis Tsairelis PAOK 431 35 12.3
4. United States J'Covan Brown KAOD 430 25 17.2
5. United States Chris Evans Trikala Aries 414 25 16.6

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Rebounds Games RPG
1. United States Kenny Gabriel Rethymno Aegean 243 26 9.3
2. Greece Georgios Bogris PAOK 222 34 6.5
3. Serbia Nikola Marković KAOD 209 28 7.5
4. United States Dominique Sutton Ikaros Chalkidas 188 25 7.5
5. United States Chris Evans Trikala Aries 183 25 7.3

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Assists Games APG
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina D. J. Cooper PAOK 223 35 6.6
2. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos 162 35 4.6
3. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Olympiacos 143 29 4.9
4. Greece Nikos Liakopoulos Nea Kifissia 126 27 4.7
5. Greece Ioannis Gagaloudis Ikaros Chalkidas 124 26 4.8

Source widgets.baskethotel.com/site/esake

References[edit]

External links[edit]