2013-14 LEB Oro Season
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2013%E2%80%9314 LEB Oro Season
2013-14 LEB Oro season
LeagueLEB Oro
SportBasketball
Number of games182 (regular season)
Number of teams14
Regular Season
Season championsRiver Andorra MoraBanc
Season MVPSpain Jordi Trias
Playoffs
Playoffs championsFord Burgos
  Playoffs runners-upQuesos Cerrato Palencia
Copa Príncipe
ChampionsRiver Andorra MoraBanc
  Runners-upQuesos Cerrato Palencia
Finals MVPSpain Jordi Trias
LEB Oro seasons

The 2013-14 LEB Oro season was the 18th season of the Liga Española de Baloncesto, a Spanish basketball league. It was named Adecco Oro as its sponsored identity. The champion of the regular season, River Andorra MoraBanc was promoted to Liga ACB. The teams between second and ninth position joined the promotion play off, where the winner, Ford Burgos was promoted too to the higher division.

Competition format

Regular season

The regular season was played by round-robin system.

After the first leg of the season, the two top qualified teams played the Copa Príncipe de Asturias and the leader will be the host team.

At the final of the season:

  • The regular season winner promoted directly to Liga ACB.
  • Teams qualified between 2nd and 9th, joined the promotion play-offs to ACB.
  • Teams qualified in positions 12th and 13th would play the relegation playoffs.
  • Team qualified in last position is relegated directly to LEB Plata.

On November 7, after five games played, the Spanish Basketball Federation, in agreement with the clubs of the league, decided to change the competition format:[1]

  • Teams in positions 13th and 14th would be relegated directly, instead the relegation playoffs between 12th and 13th
  • Quarterfinals were reduced to a best-of-three games format.

Team information and location

New teams in the league
Teams that left the league

Also, CB Atapuerca was dissolved and substituted by CB Tizona. It will have the same sponsorship name: Ford Burgos.


Team City Arena Capacity Head coach
Club Melilla Baloncesto Melilla Pabellón Javier Imbroda Ortiz 3,800 Spain Rubén Perelló
Cocinas.com Logroño Palacio de los Deportes 3,851 Spain Jesús Sala
FC Barcelona B Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 7,500 Spain Aleix Duran
Força Lleida CE Lleida Pavelló Barris Nord 6,100 Spain Joaquín Prado
Ford Burgos Burgos Polideportivo El Plantío 3,150 Spain Andreu Casadevall
Instituto Fertilidad Clínicas Rincón Málaga Ciudad Deportiva de Carranque 1,500 Spain Francis Tomé
Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña A Coruña Polideportivo de Riazor 3,500 Spain Antonio Pérez
Ourense Termal Ourense Pazo dos Deportes Paco Paz 5,000 Spain Gonzalo García de Vitoria
Peñas Huesca Huesca Palacio Municipal de Huesca 5,018 Spain Quim Costa
Planasa Navarra Pamplona Polideportivo Anaitasuna 3,000 Spain Sergio Lamúa
Quesos Cerrato Palencia Palencia Pabellón Marta Domínguez 1,806 Spain Natxo Lezkano
Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo Lugo Pazo Provincial Dos Deportes 6,500 Spain Lisardo Gómez
River Andorra MoraBanc Andorra La Vella Poliesportiu d'Andorra 1,784 Spain Joan Peñarroya
Unión Financiera Baloncesto Oviedo Oviedo Polideportivo de Pumarín 800 Spain Guillermo Arenas

Managerial changes during the season

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Replaced by Date of appointment Position in table
Planasa Navarra Spain Ángel Jareño Sacked 27 December 2013[2] Spain Sergio Lamúa 27 December 2013 13th (3-9)

Regular season

League table

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 River Andorra MoraBanc (C) 26 21 5 2207 1907 +300 47 Promotion to Liga ACB
2 Quesos Cerrato Palencia 26 20 6 1918 1773 +145 46 Promotion playoffs
3 Ford Burgos 26 19 7 2086 1869 +217 45
4 Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 26 18 8 1973 1819 +154 44
5 Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 26 14 12 1895 1895 0 40
6 26 14 12 2038 2035 +3 40
7 Peñas Huesca 26 13 13 1874 1842 +32 39
8 Cocinas.com 26 13 13 1962 1997 −35 39
9 Instituto Fertilidad Clínicas Rincón 26 11 15 1814 1878 −64 37
10 Força Lleida CE 26 11 15 1970 1988 −18 37
11 Club Melilla Baloncesto 26 10 16 1880 1942 −62 36
12 Ourense Termal 26 8 18 1811 1906 −95 34
13 FC Barcelona B 26 5 21 1702 1977 −275 31 Relegation to LEB Plata
14 Planasa Navarra 26 5 21 1789 2091 −302 31

(C): indicates Copa Príncipe champion.

Results

MEL COC FCB LLE BUR RIN COR COB PEÑ NAV PAL BRE AND OVI
Club Melilla Baloncesto 82-85 74-67 77-65 95-89 70-66 81-67 65-50 57-62 75-71 71-81 72-82 71-93 81-75
Cocinas.com 83-76 74-66 82-73 68-83 78-68 80-58 81-94 97-82 70-54 69-72 82-81 56-109 98-82
FC Barcelona B 68-63 52-74 61-69 63-92 75-71 66-72 55-61 65-69 81-72 64-76 55-71 80-77 75-83
Força Lleida CE 87-66 78-60 84-70 72-79 73-79 76-84 73-65 95-91 85-78 77-81 85-77 94-99 93-81
Ford Burgos 73-64 75-80 95-62 82-81 81-67 78-85 69-61 77-72 79-53 77-79 89-76 91-84 99-73
Instituto Fertilidad Clínicas Rincón 69-68 82-74 69-57 66-52 67-77 61-63 57-80 75-66 76-66 63-73 61-77 87-91 72-68
Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 80-79 83-79 89-62 82-71 53-81 72-77 71-75 69-63 65-66 63-70 88-83 88-74 69-66
Ourense Termal 75-77 67-71 61-59 73-80 74-75 61-68 50-58 63-67 81-76 59-80 60-62 72-85 81-67
Peñas Huesca 71-69 85-62 100-64 78-59 69-75 76-51 76-74 73-65 75-49 58-74 61-77 73-95 66-71
Planasa Navarra 68-80 96-83 72-77 77-84 70-80 57-63 71-67 82-88 70-81 68-72 79-75 70-93 88-84
Quesos Cerrato Palencia 62-54 65-59 65-64 57-52 74-63 83-81 66-63 74-72 73-68 90-47 73-77 84-87 69-72
Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 82-63 77-71 70-65 77-64 72-63 81-75 60-63 89-68 57-50 93-59 92-81 74-77 76-70
River Andorra MoraBanc 86-76 82-71 80-61 80-74 81-73 88-77 79-62 84-54 83-58 95-60 71-68 65-69 90-83
Unión Financiera Baloncesto Oviedo 86-74 76-75 94-68 86-74 74-91 71-66 80-78 78-77 76-84 99-70 82-76 80-66 81-79

Copa Príncipe de Asturias

At the half of the league, the two first teams in the table play the Copa Príncipe de Asturias at home of the winner of the first half season (13th round). If this team doesn't want to host the Copa Príncipe, 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 Príncipe will be played on January 31, 2014.

Teams qualified

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1 River Andorra MoraBanc 13 10 3 1100 938 +162 23
2 Quesos Cerrato Palencia 13 10 3 952 839 +113 23

The game

31 January 2014
21:00
River Andorra MoraBanc 77–61 Quesos Cerrato Palencia
Scoring by quarter: 14-21, 19-5, 21-20, 23-15
Pts: Blanch, E. Sánchez, 16
Rebs: Trias 20
Asts: Navarro 3
PIR: Trias 28
Pts: Otegui 19
Rebs: Otegui, Rejón 8
Asts: Rejón 2
PIR: Otegui 25
River Andorra MoraBanc, champion of the 2014 Copa Príncipe de Asturias
Poliesportiu d'Andorra, Andorra La Vella
Referees: Morales Ruiz, Pazos Pazos, González Zumajo

Playoffs

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                               
  2 Quesos Cerrato Palencia 62 74  
9 61 60  
  2 Quesos Cerrato Palencia 87 69 76 63  
  6 47 65 79 51  
5 Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 64 67
  6 70 76  
    2 77 64 64 60
  3 Ford Burgos 62 69 73 78
  3 Ford Burgos 91 84  
8 Cocinas.com 70 70  
  3 Ford Burgos 68 94 80
  4 Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 64 54 58    
4 Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 69 65 80
  7 Peñas Huesca 64 73 66  


Final standings

Pos. Team GP W L Qualification or relegation
1 River Andorra MoraBanc 26 21 5 Promoted to Liga ACB
2 Ford Burgos 35 27 8
3 Quesos Cerrato Palencia 36 26 10
4 Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 32 20 12
5 Unión Financiera Baloncesto Oviedo 32 17 15
6 Leyma Natura Básquet Coruña 28 14 14
7 Peñas Huesca 29 14 15
8 Cocinas.com 28 13 15
9 Instituto Fertilidad Clínicas Rincón 28 11 17
10 Força Lleida CE 26 11 15
11 Club Melilla Baloncesto 26 10 16
12 Ourense Termal 26 8 18
13 FC Barcelona B 26 5 21 Relegated to LEB Plata
14 Planasa Navarra 26 5 21

Stats leaders in regular season

Points

Rebounds

Rk Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1 Spain Jordi Trias River Andorra MoraBanc 26 234 9.0
2 Spain Pep Ortega Ford Burgos 25 214 8.5
3 Spain David Mesa Planasa Navarra 25 189 7.5
4 Ivory Coast Jonathan Kale Ourense Termal 26 196 7.5
5 Senegal Michel Diouf Ribeira Sacra Breogán Lugo 26 191 7.3

Assists

Performance Index Rating

Awards and trophies

All LEB Oro team

The all LEB Oro team was selected after the end of the regular season.[3]

MVP of the regular season

Coach of the season

MVP week by week

See also

References

  1. ^ ADECCO ORO: Novedades para la temporada 2013/2014 Archived 2013-11-10 at the Wayback Machine; adecooro.es, 7 November 2013
  2. ^ El Planasa Navarra cesa a su entrenador Ángel González Jareño Archived 2013-12-27 at the Wayback Machine; Diario de Navarra, 27 December 2013 (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Sueños e ilusiones en el quinteto ideal de la temporada 2013/14 Archived 2014-04-11 at the Wayback Machine; FEB.es, 9 April 2014

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