2008–09 Basketball League of Serbia

The 2008–09 Basketball League of Serbia season was the 3rd season of the highest professional basketball league in Serbia. It was also 65th national championship played by Serbian clubs inclusive of nation's previous incarnations as Yugoslavia and Serbia & Montenegro.

2008–09 Basketball League of Serbia
LeagueBasketball League of Serbia
SportBasketball
TV partner(s)RTS
First League
Season championsSwisslion Vršac
Season MVPSerbia Uroš Mirković (Mašinac)
Super League
Season championsPartizan (Group A)
Crvena zvezda (Group B)
Season MVPSerbia Novica Veličković (Partizan)
Playoff stage
Finals championsPartizan
  Runners-upCrvena zvezda
Finals MVPSerbia Novica Veličković (Partizan)
Basketball League of Serbia seasons

Teams for 2008–09 seasonEdit

Locations and venuesEdit

City Teams Team Path Venue (Capacity)
Belgrade 5
Partizan Adriatic League Pionir Hall (8,150)
Crvena zvezda Adriatic League Pionir Hall (8,150)
FMP Železnik Adriatic League Železnik Hall (3,000)
Mega Hypo Leasing A League Šumice Sports Center (2,000)
Vizura A League Vizura Sports Center (1,500)
Novi Sad 3
Vojvodina Srbijagas Adriatic League SPENS main Hall (7,500)
Novi Sad A League SPENS main Hall (7,500)
Radnički Invest Inženjering A League Basketland (0,350)
Kraljevo 2
Sloga A League Kraljevo Sports Hall (1,500)
Mašinac A League Kraljevo Sports Hall (1,500)
Vršac 2
Hemofarm Adriatic League Millennium Center (5,000)
Lions A League Chemical Medical School Hall (1,100)
Čačak 1
Borac A League Borac Morava Hall (3,000)
Kragujevac 1
Radnički 034 Group A League Lake Hall (4,000)
Kruševac 1
Napredak A League Kruševac Sports Hall (2,500)
Leskovac 1
Zdravlje A League Dubočica Sports Center (3,000)
Niš 1
Ergonom A League Čair Sports Center (4,000)
Pančevo 1
Tamiš A League Strelište Sports Hall (1,100)
Valjevo 1
Metalac A League Valjevo Sports Hall (1,500)

Regular seasonEdit

First LeagueEdit

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Total
P W L F A D Pts
1 Lions 26 22 4 2040 1790 (+)250 48
2 Borac 26 18 8 2029 1901 (+)128 44
3 Metalac 26 17 9 2136 2038 (+)98 43
4 Napredak 26 15 11 2051 2030 (+)21 41
5 Mega Hypo Leasing 26 15 11 2175 2196 (-)21 41
6 Radnički 034 Group 26 13 13 2081 2056 (+)25 39
7 Ergonom 26 12 14 2131 2189 (-)58 38
8 Novi Sad 26 12 14 2062 2062 0 38
9 Radnički Invest Inženjering 26 12 14 2002 2059 (-)57 38
10 Sloga 26 11 15 2155 2130 (+)25 37
11 Mašinac 26 10 16 1987 2053 (-)66 36
12 Tamiš 26 10 16 2007 2038 (-)31 36
13 Vizura 26 9 17 1996 2080 (-)84 35
14 Zdravlje 26 6 20 2017 2247 (-)230 32

Super League standings & resultsEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Total
P W L F Av D Pts
1 Partizan 6 6 0 488 352 (+)136 12
2 FMP Železnik 6 3 3 436 439 (-)3 9
3 Vojvodina Srbijagas 6 2 4 442 525 (-)83 8
4 Metalac 6 1 5 420 470 (-)50 7
Results
Team Partizan FMP Železnik Vojvodina Srbijagas Metalac
Partizan 84—56 95—57 80—60
FMP Železnik 63—69 92—71 76—66
Vojvodina Srbijagas 66—84 82—77 87—84
Metalac 50—76 67—72 93—79

Group BEdit

Pos Team Total
P W L F A D Pts
1 Crvena zvezda 6 5 1 505 437 (+)68 11
2 Hemofarm 6 5 1 483 421 (+)62 11
3 Lions 6 1 5 389 458 (-)69 7
4 Borac 6 1 5 449 510 (-)61 7
Results
Team Crvena zvezda Hemofarm Lions Borac Čačak
Crvena zvezda 81—76 91—63 109—90
Hemofarm 82—79 80—63 78—72
Lions 52—64 60—76 77—64
Borac 74—81 66—91 83—74

P=Matches played, W=Matches won, L=Matches lost, F=Points for, A=Points against, D=Points difference, Pts=Points

Qualification for Playoff Stage and 2009–10 Adriatic League
Qualified to play best-of-five series for 5th place[1][2][3]
Qualification for Super League
Relegation to B League

5th place seriesEdit

5th place
   
A3 Vojvodina Srbijagas 0
B3 Lions 3

Playoff stageEdit

Semifinals Final
      
A1 Partizan 3
B2 Hemofarm 1
Partizan 3
Red Star 2
B1 Red Star 3
A2 FMP Železnik 0
2008–09 Basketball League of Serbia Champions

 
Partizan
16th Title

Top 5 final rankingEdit

Rank Team
1 Partizan
2 Crvena zvezda
3 Hemofarm
4 FMP Železnik
5 Lions
Rank Team
1 Partizan
2 Crvena zvezda
3 Hemofarm
4 FMP Železnik
5 Lions
Qualified to play in 2009–10 Euroleague season
Qualified to play in 2009–10 Eurocup season
Qualified to play in 2009–10 Euro Challenge season
Qualified to play in 2009–10 Adriatic League season

ReferencesEdit

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