2019-20 LEB Oro Season
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2019%E2%80%9320 LEB Oro Season
LEB Oro
Competition details
Season 2019-20
Teams 18
Games played 216
Final positions
Promoted Carramimbre CBC Valladolid
Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket
Records
Biggest home win Breogán 97-55 Coruña
(21 December 2019)
Biggest away win Marín 65-97 Alicante
(10 January 2020)
Highest scoring Alicante 99-96 Real Canoe
(27 September 2019)
Palencia 108-87 Castelló
(3 November 2019)
Winning streak 9 games
HLA Alicante
Losing streak 6 games
Marín Ence PeixeGalego
ICG Força Lleida
Levitec Huesca
2018-19
2020-21 ->

The 2019-20 LEB Oro season was the 24th season of the Spanish basketball second league. It started on 25 September 2019 with the first round of the regular season and was curtailed on 25 May 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Teams

Promotion and relegation (pre-season)

A total of 18 teams contested the league, including 13 sides from the 2018-19 season, two relegated from the 2018-19 ACB and three promoted from the 2018-19 LEB Plata.[1]

Teams relegated from Liga ACB
Teams promoted from LEB Plata

Venues and locations

Personnel and sponsorship

Team Head coach Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
Afanion CB Almansa Rubén Perelló Besten 10 Afanion
B the travel brand Mallorca Palma Félix Alonso Pentex B the travel brand
Cáceres Patrimonio de la Humanidad Roberto Blanco Besten 10 Extremadura
Carramimbre CBC Valladolid Hugo López Kappa Bodegas Carramimbre
Chocolates Trapa Palencia Carles Marco Kappa Chocolates Trapa
Club Melilla Baloncesto Alejandro Alcoba Pentex
Club Ourense Baloncesto Gonzalo García de Vitoria 34ers Ourense
Covirán Granada Pablo Pin Vive Supermercados Covirán
Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket Marcelo Nicola Hummel Delteco
HLA Alicante Pedro Rivero Score Tech Grupo Hospitalario HLA
ICG Força Lleida Gustavo Aranzana Joma ICG Software
Leche Río Breogán Diego Epifanio Hummel Leche Río
Levitec Huesca Guillermo Arenas Barri-Ball Levitec, Aragon
Leyma Coruña Sergio García Wibo Leche Leyma, Galega 100%
Liberbank Oviedo Baloncesto Natxo Lezkano Spalding Liberbank
Marín Ence PeixeGalego Javi Llorente Trezze Ence
TAU Castelló Toni Ten Score Tech TAU Cerámica
ZTE Real Canoe NC Miguel Ángel Aranzábal Spalding ZTE

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Replaced with Date of appointment
Leyma Coruña Gustavo Aranzana End of contract 6 May 2019[2] Pre-season Sergio García 9 June 2019[3]
Carramimbre CBC Valladolid Paco García 11 June 2019[4] Hugo López 13 June 2019[5]
Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket Sergio Valdeolmillos 12 June 2019[6] Marcelo Nicola 29 June 2019[7]
Leche Río Breogán Tito Díaz 21 June 2019 Diego Epifanio 27 June 2019[8]
ICG Força Lleida Jorge Serna Sacked 4 December 2019[9] 15th (3-8) Gustavo Aranzana 12 December 2019[10]
Liberbank Oviedo Baloncesto Javi Rodríguez 3 March 2020[11] 16th (7-16) Natxo Lezkano 5 March 2020[12]

Season summary

On March 10, 2020, the Government of Spain decreed that all games would be played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13] On March 12, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation postponed all the games of the next two weeks.[14][15] On March 18, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation extended the postponement of the games until March 29 due to the state of alarm.[16] On March 25, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation extended the postponement of the games until April 12 due to the extension of state of alarm.[17] On April 15, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation started talks with the LEB Oro clubs to resolve the future of the league.[18] On April 23, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation agreed with the LEB Oro clubs to revoke relegations to LEB Plata and advance in the formula to define the promotions to Liga ACB.[19]

On May 8, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation finished prematurely the regular season due to force majeure with the following decisions:[20]

  • Relegations to LEB Plata were revoked.
  • Promotions to Liga ACB remained.
  • Promotion playoffs would be played, as long as, on May 25, the Spanish Basketball Federation had the confirmation that it could be played before June 30, setting the health of the players as an absolute priority, and provided that it was certain that health authorities and clubs could comply with approved health protocols.
  • Promotion playoffs would be as follows:
    • The two top teams as of March 8 would play a game for decide the direct promotion. For this game, the game held in the regular season between the teams involved would be taken into consideration, and the winner of the basket average of both games would promote directly to Liga ACB.
    • Three matches would be played between the next six top teams as of March 8: 3rd vs. 8th, 4th vs. 7th, and 5th vs. 6th. The three winners, together with the losing team of the direct promotion game, would play a Final Four, whose winner would promote to Liga ACB.
  • If the sanitary conditions would make it impossible to play the promotion playoffs, the two top teams as of March 8 would promote to Liga ACB.

On May 25, 2020, the Spanish Basketball Federation cancelled the promotion playoffs and approved the promotions to Liga ACB of the two top teams.[21]

Regular season

League table

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Promotion
1 Carramimbre CBC Valladolid 24 18 6 1917 1802 +115 42 Promotion to Liga ACB
2 Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket 24 18 6 1821 1659 +162 42
3 Leyma Coruña 24 16 8 1782 1783 −1 40
4 HLA Alicante 24 16 8 1931 1786 +145 40
5 Chocolates Trapa Palencia 24 15 9 1980 1870 +110 39
6 Club Melilla Baloncesto 24 15 9 1827 1710 +117 39
7 B the travel brand Mallorca Palma 24 15 9 1839 1732 +107 39
8 Leche Río Breogán 24 15 9 1950 1813 +137 39
9 Cáceres Patrimonio de la Humanidad 24 14 10 1837 1749 +88 38
10 Club Ourense Baloncesto 24 10 14 1710 1794 −84 34
11 TAU Castelló 24 10 14 1901 1961 −60 34
12 Afanion CB Almansa 24 10 14 1838 1951 −113 34
13 Covirán Granada 24 9 15 1734 1753 −19 33
14 Levitec Huesca 24 9 15 1760 1853 −93 33
15 ICG Força Lleida 24 9 15 1749 1856 −107 33
16 Liberbank Oviedo Baloncesto[a] 24 8 16 1682 1818 −136 32
17 ZTE Real Canoe NC[a] 24 5 19 1844 1942 −98 29
18 Marín Ence PeixeGalego[a] 24 4 20 1610 1880 −270 28
Source: FEB
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c Relegations to LEB Plata were revoked due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Positions by round

The table lists the positions of teams after completion of each round. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included in the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.

Team ? Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324
Carramimbre Valladolid331311121111112111111111
Delteco Gipuzkoa1399522444322221222322222
Leyma Coruña17161413115855546565545443333
HLA Alicante94674657691111111010988875444
Trapa Palencia151210633213233457677788855
Club Melilla Baloncesto4101311811121181099976766667766
B the travel brand Palma1213111094332464333333234577
Leche Río Breogán11427107109775644454556688
Cáceres P. Humanidad1185812810876588998101010109999
Club Ourense Baloncesto52241013961088778810999910101010
TAU Castelló181815121312131213131313121412121212141413121111
Afanion CB Almansa141416161516161515141414141314141311111111111212
Covirán Granada673157111311111010101113131414121212131313
Levitec Huesca8689696912121212131211111113131315141414
ICG Força Lleida257141414141414151515151616161515161614151515
Liberbank Oviedo71112151617151616171616161515151616151516161616
ZTE Real Canoe NC101517171715171717161717171717171717171717171717
Marín Ence PeixeGalego161718181818181818181818181818181818181818181818
Promotion to Liga ACB
Qualification to playoffs
Relegation to LEB Plata
Source: FEB

Results

Home \ Away ALM PLM CAC VLL PAL MEL COB GRA GBC ALI FLL BRE HUE COR OVI MAR CAS CAN
Afanion CB Almansa 71-81 67-64 70-95 67-78 97-77 76-88 91-81 86-76 62-93 81-64 67-85 79-77
B the travel brand Palma 64-75 87-80 79-80 77-53 71-62 63-78 73-83 102-84 80-64 99-71 83-76 78-76 66-78
Cáceres P. Humanidad 76-68 62-68 58-54 68-69 88-67 63-65 77-76 63-71 85-73 95-89 79-57
Carramimbre Valladolid 74-66 77-76 86-79 78-70 74-73 81-77 80-61 94-82 82-66 87-79 89-84
Trapa Palencia 106-77 68-79 87-86 69-81 87-80 60-73 93-84 89-87 90-76 90-58 108-87
Club Melilla Baloncesto 90-74 68-65 71-60 88-85 74-66 80-75 71-68 63-68 66-83 87-62 72-76 76-46 78-67
Club Ourense Baloncesto 80-86 75-87 74-86 56-77 72-81 79-74 68-70 64-49 71-69 65-72 82-65 77-73
Covirán Granada 68-67 63-70 73-68 63-70 68-58 86-47 83-88 71-54 70-78 83-56 72-65 84-65
Delteco Gipuzkoa 74-66 65-78 72-64 70-62 73-62 70-66 83-58 68-64 77-67 76-63 94-66 86-68
HLA Alicante 83-82 74-75 77-81 65-61 85-58 85-67 67-55 83-66 91-70 90-54 99-96
ICG Força Lleida 82-80 67-72 78-67 74-90 72-101 65-69 92-84 61-64 81-56 83-89 82-70 87-80
Leche Río Breogán 85-86 85-92 95-71 75-74 88-84 85-52 86-63 74-97 87-84 97-55 72-54 72-56 87-69
Levitec Huesca 83-94 80-100 92-84 86-67 71-70 69-89 97-73 71-87 65-66 93-71 76-90 81-73
Leyma Coruña 75-71 88-77 83-81 82-76 72-65 88-75 100-72 65-82 70-64 78-81 68-60 74-67
Liberbank Oviedo 70-72 70-61 65-71 66-73 81-84 82-81 65-72 72-66 74-84 88-70 76-81 62-78
Marín Ence PeixeGalego 74-79 77-90 64-75 69-75 55-65 80-72 64-76 65-97 59-64 49-63 53-73 72-58
TAU Castelló 97-83 65-85 82-87 81-91 78-86 91-87 91-85 68-64 68-91 83-68 83-66 80-89
ZTE Real Canoe NC 95-81 81-93 77-80 85-102 81-92 81-82 74-84 89-71 75-82 69-54 69-76 76-81 85-90
Source: FEB
Colours: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

Copa Princesa de Asturias

The Copa Princesa de Asturias was played on 5 February 2020, by the two first qualified teams after the end of the first half of the season (round 17). The champion of the cup would play the playoffs against the ninth qualified if it would finished the league between the second and the fifth qualified.

Teams qualified

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1 Carramimbre CBC Valladolid 17 14 3 1382 1249 +133 31
2 Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket 17 13 4 1279 1156 +123 30
Source: FEB

Game

4 February 2020 Carramimbre CBC Valladolid 55–62 Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket Valladolid
20:30 Scoring by quarter: 11-17, 18-13, 10-20, 16-12
Pts: Bartley 20
Rebs: Aboubacar 8
Asts: Federico-Azad, Leimanis 2
PIR: Bartley 14
Report Pts: Dee 17
Rebs: Roz?tis 9
Asts: Uriz 2
PIR: Jawara 15
Arena: Pisuerga
Referees: López Herrada, Albacete Chamón, Fernández Carretero

Awards

All official awards of the 2019-20 LEB Oro season.

Copa Princesa de Asturias MVP

Source: [22]

Player of the round

Regular season

References and notes

  1. ^ "Liga LEB Oro: Así será la temporada 2019/20 | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 10 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Gustavo Aranzana y el Leyma Coruña separan sus caminos | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 6 May 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ "Sergio Garcia, nuevo entrenador del Leyma Básquet Coruña | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 9 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ "Paco García anuncia su marcha del Carramimbre CBCV | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 11 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ "Hugo López, nuevo entrenador del Carramimbre CBCV | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 13 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  6. ^ "ACB.COM - GBC y Valdeolmillos separan sus caminos". www.acb.com (in Spanish). 12 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  7. ^ "Marcelo Nicola, nuevo entrenador del Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 29 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  8. ^ "Diego Epifanio, nuevo entrenador del Cafés Candelas Breogán | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 27 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ "El Força Lleida llega a un acuerdo para la rescisión del contrato del entrenador Jorge Serna | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 4 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  10. ^ "Gustavo Aranzana, nuevo entrenador del ICG Força Lleida | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 12 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  11. ^ "Javi Rodríguez deja de ser entrenador del Liberbank Oviedo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 3 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  12. ^ "Natxo Lezkano, nuevo entrenador del Liberbank Oviedo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 5 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  13. ^ "Todos los partidos de las Competiciones FEB se disputarán a puerta cerrada | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 10 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  14. ^ "La FEB suspende cautelarmente la próxima jornada de todas sus competiciones nacionales | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 11 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  15. ^ "Las Comisiones Delegada y de Presidentes de la FEB ratifican el aplazamiento de las dos próximas jornadas en todas sus competiciones nacionales | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 12 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  16. ^ "El aplazamiento de las Competiciones FEB se extiende a la jornada del 28-29 de marzo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 18 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  17. ^ "El aplazamiento se extiende hasta el 11-12 de abril debido a la ampliación del estado de alarma | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 25 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  18. ^ "La FEB inicia un calendario de conversaciones con los clubes de LEB Oro para resolver el futuro de la Liga | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 15 April 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  19. ^ "La FEB y los clubes de LEB Oro acuerdan que no haya descensos y avanzan en la fórmula para definir los dos ascensos previstos | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 23 April 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  20. ^ "La Comisión Delegada da por concluida la temporada regular sin descensos y fija las Fases de Ascenso | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 8 May 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  21. ^ "La Comisión Delegada de la FEB determina la imposibilidad de celebrar las Fases de Ascenso de LEB Oro, LEB Plata y LF2 | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 25 May 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  22. ^ "COPA: Johnny Dee, el MVP de los indicios confirmados 12 años después... | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 6 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  23. ^ "J.1: Bamba Fall, el MVP que derribó el muro de la adaptación | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 1 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  24. ^ "J.2: Bamba Fall, explosión de responsabilidad al cuadrado | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 8 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  25. ^ "J.3: Óscar Alvarado y David Skara, el primer duopolio de la temporada | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 14 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  26. ^ "J.4: Paul Jorgensen, el MVP de la robustez norteamericana | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 21 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  27. ^ "J.4: Rolandas Jakstas, un épico MVP en diferido para el Liberbank Oviedo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 4 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  28. ^ "J.5: Pedro Llompart, reinando desde el MVP 14 años después | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 28 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  29. ^ "J.6: Joey Van Zegeren, el MVP más clásico llegó en terreno conocido | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 31 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  30. ^ "J.7: Badmus y Watson, la pareja de MVPs más "personales" | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 4 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  31. ^ "J.8: Brano Dukanovic, un nuevo condimento para la dieta mediterránea del MVP | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 11 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  32. ^ "J.9: Caleb Agada, un MVP cimentado en un arrollador deseo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 18 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  33. ^ "J.10: Alex Olah, el MVP del largo recorrido lucense | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 25 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  34. ^ "J.11: David Skara, la ley que impera en Huesca a golpe de MVP | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 2 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  35. ^ "J.12: Bamba Fall, el MVP del reencuentro emocional alicantino | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 9 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  36. ^ "J.13: Olle Lundqvist, la sangre fría del MVP más necesario | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 16 December 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  37. ^ "J.14: Caleb Agada, la reinvención de un MVP de carácter decano | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 24 December 2019. Retrieved 2020.
  38. ^ "J.15: Shaquille Cleare, un nombre de leyenda para un MVP de urgencia | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 1 January 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  39. ^ "J.16: Sergio de la Fuente y el MVP de aquella mañana para el recuerdo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 7 January 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  40. ^ "J.17: Bamba Fall, el MVP que culminó una vuelta de ensueño | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 13 January 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  41. ^ "J.18: Guille Rubio, el amuleto de un MVP contra una suerte no deseada | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 20 January 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  42. ^ "J.19: Kyle Rowley, la tracción de un MVP 4x4 en un Afanión Almansa de ensueño | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 27 January 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  43. ^ "J.20: Salvo Arco o cuando el capitán también sabe jugar al MVP | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 3 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  44. ^ "J.21: Stephen Maxwell, el estreno del joven trotamundos almanseño | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 10 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  45. ^ "J.22: Joey Van Zegeren aviva la llama de los MVP del Ciutat | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 18 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  46. ^ "J.23: Guille Rubio, la necesidad de un MVP con embrujo | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 4 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  47. ^ "J.24: Francis Alonso trae de vuelta la magia de un MVP con acento malagueño | Federación Española de Baloncesto". FEB (in Spanish). 11 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.

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