2012–13 NBB season

The 2012–13 NBB season was the fifth edition of Novo Basquete Brasil, the Brazilian basketball league. This tournament is organized entirely by the Liga Nacional de Basquete (LNB). The NBB serves as a qualifying competition for international tournaments such as Liga Sudamericana and Torneo InterLigas. For this season the qualify for the FIBA Americas League came to be through the Liga Sudamericana.

NBB 2012–13
LeagueNovo Basquete Brasil
SportBasketball
DurationNovember 2012–May 2013
Number of teams18
TV partner(s)
NBB season
ChampionsFlamengo
Season MVPBrazil Marquinhos (Flamengo)
NBB seasons

This season has a record number of participating teams, with eighteen teams playing each other in round and second round in the regular season. At the end of two rounds the top four teams qualify for the quarterfinals of the playoffs automatically, while the teams finishing in the 5th and 12th place participated in the first round of the playoffs to determine the other four teams in the quarterfinals, best of five matches, advances to the next phase who win three games.[1]

For this season, the LNB added a new feature: the last two regular season placed will dispute a four-group against the two finalists in the Super Copa Brasil de Basquete. The two top finishers in this group receive the right to contest the next NBB.[2]

Participating teamsEdit

Team Home city Stadium Capacity Head coach Season
Sky/Basquete Cearense Fortaleza Ginásio Paulo Sarasate 9,000   Alberto Bial 1st
Paschoalotto/Bauru Bauru Ginásio Panela de Pressão 3,000   Guerrinha 5th
UniCEUB/BRB/Brasília Brasília Ginásio da ASCEB
Ginásio Nilson Nelson
3,050
16,000
  José Carlos Vidal 5th
Flamengo Rio de Janeiro Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima 4,500   José Alves Neto 5th
Vivo/Franca Franca Ginásio Pedrocão 6,000   Lula Ferreira 5th
Cia do Terno/Romaço/Joinville Joinville Centreventos Cau Hansen 4,000   Ênio Vecchi 5th
Liga Sorocabana Sorocaba Ginásio Gualberto Moreira 3,000   Rinaldo Rodrigues 2nd
Winner/Kabum/Limeira Limeira Ginásio Vô Lucato 1,800   Demétrius Ferracciú 4th
Icatu/Minas Belo Horizonte Arena Vivo 4,000   Raul Togni Filho 5th
Mogi das Cruzes/Helbor Mogi das Cruzes Ginásio Municipal Professor Hugo Ramos 5,000   Paco García 1st
Palmeiras São Paulo Ginásio Palestra Itália 1,500   Arturo Álvarez 1st
Paulistano/Unimed São Paulo Ginásio Antônio Prado Junior 1,500   Gustavo de Conti 5th
Pinheiros/Sky São Paulo Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim 854   Cláudio Mortari 5th
São José/Unimed São José dos Campos Ginásio Lineu de Moura 2,620   Régis Marrelli 5th
Suzano/Cesumar/Campestre Suzano Ginásio Paulo Portela 1,500   Cadum 1st
Tijuca/Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima 4,500   Eldio Leal 2nd
Unitri/Universo/Uberlândia Uberlândia Ginásio Homero Santos 3,500   Hélio Rubens Garcia 3rd
Vila Velha/Garoto/UVV Vila Velha Ginásio Municipal João Goulart 3,500   Daniel Wattfy 5th

Managerial changesEdit

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Replaced by Date of appointment
Tijuca   Miguel Ângelo da Luz Sacked   Elídio Leal March 13, 2013[3]

Regular seasonEdit

League tableEdit

# Teams P W L PF PA Avg PCT Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Flamengo 34 30 4 3088 2585 1,20 88% 64 Qualified for the Quarterfinals Playoffs
2 Brasília 34 27 7 3037 2712 1,12 79% 61
3 Uberlândia 34 25 9 2855 2631 1,09 73% 59
4 Bauru 34 24 10 2817 2608 1,08 70% 58
5 Franca 34 23 11 2673 2422 1,10 67% 57 Qualified for the First Round Playoffs
6 Pinheiros 34 22 12 2941 2825 1,04 64% 56
7 São José 34 20 14 2721 2653 1,03 58% 54
8 Basquete Cearense 34 18 16 2727 2721 1,00 52% 52
9 Paulistano 34 17 17 2740 2745 1,00 50% 51
10 Minas 34 16 18 2750 2779 0,99 47% 50
11 Limeira 34 15 19 2748 2691 1,02 44% 49
12 Liga Sorocabana 34 15 19 2640 2746 0,96 44% 49
13 Palmeiras 34 12 22 2562 2742 0,93 35% 46
14 Mogi das Cruzes 34 11 23 2546 2796 0,91 32% 45
15 Joinville 34 11 23 2579 2739 0,94 32% 45
16 Vila Velha 34 10 24 2690 2899 0,93 29% 44
17 Tijuca 34 6 28 2447 2706 0,90 17% 40 Relegation to Promotion Tournament
18 Suzano 34 4 30 2497 3064 0,82 11% 38

Source: LNB – NBB

ResultsEdit

BCE BAU BRA FLA FRA JOI LSB LIM MIN MOG PAL PAU PIN SJO SUZ TIJ UBE VIV
Basquete Cearense 83–82 100–104 82–101 87–88 78–62 71–62 65–84 88–52 71–74 85–83 95–76 84–85 73–63 96–61 92–86 60–72 77–75
Bauru 95–84 79–90 97–102 67–74 114–91 85–94 83–82 91–59 87–84 91–67 66–64 67–62 87–82 85–44 81–68 81–82 85–70
Brasília 92–77 80–60 82–70 93–77 94–83 86–75 97–89 81–86 94–67 99–81 68–67 96–99 90–57 94–82 90–79 102–80 102–76
Flamengo 86–61 74–89 102–88 86–91 94–67 102–64 98–81 90–77 70–64 81–61 94–70 102–85 83–75 89–56 107–103 79–66 96–77
Franca 90–68 80–82 62–76 77–82 70–52 85–64 75–62 78–77 79–71 82–61 77–63 72–67 76–53 108–66 101–75 73–75 96–86
Joinville 94–71 71–83 86–96 72–99 50–59 86–93 77–62 73–55 85–90 75–60 63–71 73–93 79–93 79–67 74–73 71–62 99–80
Liga Sorocabana 76–86 76–90 70–100 59–87 59–80 93–86 81–79 82–84 81–74 93–73 73–78 81–87 66–65 87–70 72–67 74–63 82–76
Limeira 90–72 82–84 77–80 75–80 72–58 96–86 85–66 85–87 71–79 75–65 89–68 82–81 79–83 96–65 91–75 77–87 88–87
Minas 76–74 64–77 86–90 90–105 58–60 78–69 78–76 81–61 84–86 89–77 109–114 101–75 97–77 100–78 77–70 67–90 95–72
Mogi das Cruzes 80–86 73–80 91–96 64–86 59–95 68–70 71–59 72–89 75–66 78–75 77–73 76–95 60–93 86–65 68–83 83–81 76–85
Palmeiras 81–86 89–83 78–88 61–106 87–77 92–86 85–77 72–68 96–87 86–77 79–86 85–94 75–66 95–86 77–79 112–104 87–65
Paulistano 79–86 76–73 77–82 93–94 51–77 95–71 94–96 86–82 92–78 67–77 83–69 89–88 80–68 84–72 84–65 76–88 80–90
Pinheiros 87–69 73–74 92–89 93–91 97–82 88–87 77–94 102–100 91–77 118–82 87–82 88–86 77–82 91–65 84–81 87–92 92–90
São José 76–87 62–82 84–79 82–84 87–66 83–76 77–73 84–76 95–93 105–67 77–65 68–76 93–77 89–74 81–65 80–76 106–87
Suzano 71–85 82–87 81–92 74–105 75–71 65–75 79–90 80–81 76–97 78–77 79–87 85–87 72–91 80–100 86–79 67–89 88–94
Tijuca 69–83 71–79 53–73 70–94 59–63 58–79 68–89 77–82 65–75 76–67 82–79 52–74 64–73 74–79 103–66 63–83 82–74
Uberlândia 84–71 94–83 95–89 78–87 91–87 99–73 84–81 86–96 88–86 75–68 89–73 86–75 91–87 88–63 109–73 71–57 73–64
Vila Velha 85–94 79–88 94–85 61–82 64–87 67–59 88–82 72–64 82–84 92–85 68–59 120–126 74–78 86–93 86–89 58–56 66–84

Source: NBB Fixtures

NBB All-Star WeekendEdit

This season, the All-Star Weekend will be played in Ginásio Nilson Nelson in Brasília on March 1–2, 2013. In the first day of the event, it will be disputed the "Dunk Tournament", "Three-Point Tournament" and "Skills Challenge". In these three tournaments, the champions in the previous season are already included, while the other participating players will compete for the remaining spots. The players of Brasília, the host team, are also included at these tournaments.[4]

In the second day, it will occur the main event on the weekend, the NBB All-Star Game, which will be disputed by two teams divided into "NBB Brasil", formed by Brazilian players, and "NBB Mundo", formed by foreign players. On February 6, the Liga Nacional de Basquete (LNB) announced the players that will make up the teams NBB Brasil and NBB Mundo, which will compete in the fifth edition of the All-Star Game of the national competition. In all, 85 votes were counted. Different professionals who participated in the election had assigned different weights. The coaches of the 18 teams vying for the NBB accounted for 50%, the captains of the teams were left with 20%, while the specialist press and the personalities of basketball had 30% weight. The starter players will be chosen by votes on the internet.[4]

Dunk TournamentEdit

For Dunk Tournament, the champion in the previous season was the shooting guard Gui Deodato, from Bauru, while the host team, Brasília, will be represented by the shooting guard Isaac Gonçalves. The other challengers to the title was defined after being evaluated by a jury of personalities from the artistic and basketball. The judges evaluated each participant a dunk and choose two athletes (Danilo Fuzaro and Jefferson Socas). The fifth element (Desmond Holloway) was set after a popular vote on the Internet.[5] The two finalists were the champion of the previous season Gui Deodato and the shooting guard Danilo Fuzaro. Using the cover of the character Batman and a mask of the famous villain Darth Vader, Gui Deodato won the tournament.[6]

Player First round Finals
Gui Deodato (Bauru) 50+49=99 50+46=96
Danilo Fuzaro (Minas) 50+49=99 31+50=81
Isaac (Brasília) 47+44=91
Desmond Holloway (Liga Sorocabana) 42+42=84
Jefferson Socas (Franca) 46+37=83

Three-Point TournamentEdit

The tournament will have six competitors for the title. The champion of previous season Helinho, from Uberlândia, and Rossi, from the host city team, had already been secured in the dispute and its four rivals was decided after the completion of qualifying, which was played between matches of the NBB on February 14 and February 16.[7] In the final, which featured Matheus Dalla, from Limeira, and Matheus Costa, from Basquete Cearense, it was necessary two tiebreaks to know the champion. In the second tiebreak Matheus Dalla won his first Three-Point Tournament.[8]

Player First round Finals Tiebreak
Matheus Dalla (Limeira) 21 19 17/19
Matheus Costa (Basquete Cearense) 18 19 17/13
Guto (Palmeiras) 17
Rossi (Brasília) 16
Bruno Irigoyen (Minas) 16
Helinho (Uberlândia) 15

Skills ChallengeEdit

The Skills Challenge, which will be played for the third time, will have the presence of double champion Fernando Penna, from Pinheiros, the guard Eric Tatu, from the host team Brasília, and six more competitors which was determined by the LNB Technical Department.[9] In the final, Fernando Penna, for the third consecutive time, won the challenge, against the point guard Gustavinho, Mogi das Cruzes.[10]

Player First round Finals
Fernando Penna (Pinheiros) 24.8 23.4
Gustavinho (Mogi das Cruzes) 26.5 35.3
Kenny Dawkins (Liga Sorocabana) 26.7
Marcellus (Tijuca) 26.8
Fúlvio (São José) 27.4
Jefferson Campos (Suzano) 29.8
Victor Correia (Joinville) 33.0
Eric Tatu (Brasília) 33.7

NBB All-Star GameEdit

On February 25, the election on the Internet finished, and the starter players were defined, according to the official site of NBB All-Star Game.[11]

Jeff Agba, from Bauru, was originally selected to take part in the NBB Mundo team, but he injured and was replaced by Tyrone Curnell, from Palmeiras,[12] while Guilherme Giovannoni, from Brasília, also was taken out of the game because of damage in his thigh, and for his place was named Jefferson William, from São José.[13]

RosterEdit

GameEdit

March 2, 2013
10:00 (UTC−03:00)
NBB Brasil 146, NBB Mundo 144 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 36–34, 42–28, 23–34, 31–36Overtime: 14–12
Pts: Alex 26
Rebs: Rafael Mineiro 9
Asts: Nezinho 7
Pts: Shamell 37
Rebs: Toyloy 14
Asts: Borders 5
Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasília, Federal District
Attendance: 5,212[14]
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Diego Chiconato

PlayoffsEdit

First Round
(Best-of-5)
Quarterfinals
(Best-of-5)
Semifinals
(Best-of-5)
Final
(Single game)
     
        (1) Flamengo 3  
(8) Basquete Cearense 2     (9) Paulistano 0  
(9) Paulistano 3       (1) Flamengo 3  
          (7) São José 2  
        (2) Brasília 2  
(7) São José 3     (7) São José 3  
(10) Minas 1       (1) Flamengo 77
          (3) Uberlândia 70
        (3) Uberlândia 3  
(6) Pinheiros 3     (6) Pinheiros 2  
(11) Limeira 2       (3) Uberlândia 3  
          (4) Bauru 0  
        (4) Bauru 3      
(5) Franca 3     (5) Franca 2      
(12) Liga Sorocabana 0  

First RoundEdit

(5) Franca vs. (12) Liga SorocabanaEdit

Game 1
April 16, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Liga Sorocabana 69, Franca 72
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 13–15, 18–22, 22–19
Pts: Dawkins 17
Rebs: De Bem 9
Asts: Dawkins, Holloway 5
Pts: Figueroa 13
Rebs: Teichmann, Lucas Mariano 4
Asts: Jhonatan 4
Ginásio Gualberto Moreira, Sorocaba, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,042
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Fábio Kover, Leandro Sehnem
Game 2
April 19, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Franca 74, Liga Sorocabana 55
Scoring by quarter: 12–9, 14–17, 23–10, 25–19
Pts: Kurtz 14
Rebs: Teichmann 8
Asts: Figueroa 7
Pts: Holloway 18
Rebs: De Bem 8
Asts: Dawkins 4
Ginásio Pedrocão, Franca, São Paulo
Attendance: 3,227
Referees: Marcos Benito, Jacob Barreto, Vinicius da Silva
Game 3
April 20, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Franca 72, Liga Sorocabana 70
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 1–18, 30–10, 23–25
Pts: Teichmann 24
Rebs: Lucas Mariano 12
Asts: Figueroa 8
Pts: Holloway 24
Rebs: Daniel Conti 9
Asts: Dawkins 3
Franca wins series, 3–0
Ginásio Pedrocão, Franca, São Paulo
Attendance: 3,728
Referees: José Pelissari, Guilherme Locatelli, Mauricio Serour

(6) Pinheiros vs. (11) LimeiraEdit

Game 1
April 18, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Limeira 88, Pinheiros 74
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 15–16, 34–15, 15–27
Pts: Ramón 15
Rebs: Daniel Alemão 10
Asts: Hélio 7
Pts: Shamell 19
Rebs: Fiorotto 7
Asts: Shamell 5
Ginásio Vô Lucato, Limeira, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,105
Referees: José Pelissari, Vander Nunes Jr., Diego Chiconato
Game 2
April 21, 2013
13:30 UTC−03:00
Pinheiros 82, Limeira 95
Scoring by quarter: 11–26, 27–17, 14–22, 30–30
Pts: Smith 19
Rebs: Shamell 6
Asts: Fernando Penna 7
Pts: Hélio 25
Rebs: Daniel Alemão 10
Asts: Hélio 8
Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 626
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Guilherme Locatelli, Mauricio Serour
Game 3
April 22, 2013
19:15 UTC−03:00
Pinheiros 93, Limeira 82
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 21–29, 25–18, 24–14
Pts: Shamell 22
Rebs: Bambú 8
Asts: Shamell 6
Pts: Ramón 15
Rebs: Hélio, Fernando Mineiro 5
Asts: Ramón 5
Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 499
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Jacob Barreto, Leandro Sehnem
Game 4
April 24, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Limeira 85, Pinheiros 86
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 23–13, 20–26, 22–32
Pts: Diego 21
Rebs: Daniel Alemão 9
Asts: Hélio 5
Pts: Shamell 19
Rebs: Shamell 9
Asts: Shamell 6
Ginásio Vô Lucato, Limeira, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,590
Referees: Fernando Serpa, José Pelissari, Vander Nunes Jr.
Game 5
April 26, 2013
19:15 UTC−03:00
Pinheiros 97, Limeira 77
Scoring by quarter: 27–18, 29–18, 22–25, 19–16
Pts: Shamell 28
Rebs: Shamell 10
Asts: Smith 7
Pts: three players 14
Rebs: Hélio 8
Asts: Hélio, Fernando Mineiro 3
Pinheiros wins series, 3–2
Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 906
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Fernando Serpa, Marcos Ferreira

(7) São José vs. (10) MinasEdit

Game 1
April 16, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Minas 70, São José 68
Scoring by quarter: 10–14, 26–23, 16–14, 18–17
Pts: Mineiro, Crosby 21
Rebs: Mineiro 9
Asts: Borders 8
Pts: Calvo 24
Rebs: Murilo 9
Asts: Laws 6
Arena Vivo, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 388
Referees: Fernando Oliveira, Marcos Ferreira, Maria Cláudia Moraes
Game 2
April 19, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
São José 61, Minas 60
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 16–14, 12–17, 12–9
Pts: Fúlvio 16
Rebs: Murilo 17
Asts: Fúlvio 7
Pts: Betinho 14
Rebs: Crosby 8
Asts: Crosby 5
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,837
Referees: Guilherme Locatelli, Jonas Pereira, Diego Chiconato
Game 3
April 20, 2013
18:00 UTC−03:00
São José 67, Minas 64
Scoring by quarter: 13–23, 21–11, 15–15, 18–15
Pts: Dedé 21
Rebs: Dedé 7
Asts: Laws 7
Pts: Betinho 18
Rebs: Douglas Nunes 6
Asts: Borders 8
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,338
Referees: Marcos Benito, Vander Nunes Jr., Gustavo Mathias
Game 4
April 22, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Minas 59, São José 75
Scoring by quarter: 9–20, 19–14, 17–24, 14–17
Pts: Betinho 16
Rebs: Betinho, Douglas Nunes 6
Asts: Betinho, Borders 3
Pts: Murilo 21
Rebs: Murilo 11
Asts: Fúlvio 9
São José wins series, 3–1
Arena Vivo, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 456
Referees: Fernando Serpa, José Pelissari, Andreia Silva

(8) Basquete Cearense vs. (9) PaulistanoEdit

Game 1
April 16, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Paulistano 95, Basquete Cearense 74
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 35–7, 23–30, 21–20
Pts: Manteguinha 20
Rebs: Wagner 10
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Jimmy 22
Rebs: Drudi 14
Asts: Matheus 4
Ginásio Antônio Prado Junior, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 510
Referees: Marcos Benito, Jacob Barreto, Andreia Silva
Game 2
April 19, 2013
21:30 UTC−03:00
Basquete Cearense 79, Paulistano 66
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 20–23, 21–16, 16–12
Pts: André Góes 29
Rebs: Felipe 12
Asts: André Góes 4
Pts: Wagner 15
Rebs: Renato Carbonari 6
Asts: Elinho 3
Ginásio Paulo Sarasate, Fortaleza, Ceará
Attendance: 7,029
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Fábio Kover, Eduardo Albano
Game 3
April 20, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Basquete Cearense 87, Paulistano 71
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 33–16, 12–16, 27–22
Pts: Drudi 23
Rebs: Drudi 5
Asts: Jimmy 6
Pts: Toyloy 21
Rebs: three players 4
Asts: Elinho 5
Ginásio Paulo Sarasate, Fortaleza, Ceará
Attendance: 6,315
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Francisco Ferreira Filho, Andreza Almeida
Game 4
April 23, 2013
19:00UTC−03:00
Paulistano 89, Basquete Cearense 85
Scoring by quarter: 25–26, 22–16, 26–24, 16–19
Pts: Elinho 17
Rebs: Elinho 7
Asts: Alex Oliveira 3
Pts: André Góes 26
Rebs: Drudi 7
Asts: André Góes, Felipe 4
Ginásio Antônio Prado Junior, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 795
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Vander Nunes Jr., Jacob Barreto
Game 5
April 26, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Basquete Cearense 68, Paulistano 69
Scoring by quarter: 18–18, 12–9, 22–22, 16–20
Pts: Drudi 18
Rebs: Felipe 10
Asts: Rogério, Edu Mariano 4
Pts: Elinho 16
Rebs: Wagner, Alex Oliveira 8
Asts: Manteguinha 4
Paulistano wins series, 3–2
Ginásio Paulo Sarasate, Fortaleza, Ceará
Attendance: 7,406
Referees: José Pelissari, Marcos Benito, Jacob Barreto

QuarterfinalsEdit

(1) Flamengo vs. (9) PaulistanoEdit

Game 1
April 29, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Paulistano 91, Flamengo 100
Scoring by quarter: 15–27, 13–25, 40–23, 23–25
Pts: Elinho 22
Rebs: Toyloy 12
Asts: Elinho 6
Pts: Marquinhos 24
Rebs: Marquinhos, Kojo 5
Asts: Kojo 10
Ginásio Antônio Prado Junior, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 983
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Francisco Ferreira Filho, Leandro Sehnem
Game 2
May 2, 2013
20:30 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 80, Paulistano 76
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 9–17, 34–15, 24–23
Pts: Marquinhos 19
Rebs: Marquinhos 6
Asts: Marquinhos 3
Pts: Eddy 16
Rebs: Toyloy, Elinho 6
Asts: Elinho 6
Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 1,516
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Vander Nunes Jr.
Game 3
May 4, 2013
21:30 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 84, Paulistano 64
Scoring by quarter: 25–18, 16–16, 27–15, 16–15
Pts: Olivinha 22
Rebs: Olivinha 13
Asts: Kojo 6
Pts: Alex Oliveira 19
Rebs: Toyloy 9
Asts: Manteguinha 3
Flamengo wins series, 3–0
Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 2,362
Referees: José Pelissari, Guilherme Locatelli, Jacob Barreto

(2) Brasília vs. (7) São JoséEdit

Game 1
April 29, 2013
21:00 UTC−03:00
São José 90, Brasília 76
Scoring by quarter: 17–24, 19–19, 22–18, 32–15
Pts: Murilo 21
Rebs: Murilo 9
Asts: Fúlvio 13
Pts: Giovannoni 19
Rebs: Paulão Prestes, Alex 7
Asts: Giovannoni, Nezinho 4
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,362
Referees: José Pelissari, Jacob Barreto, Andreia Silva
Game 2
May 1, 2013
17:00 UTC−03:00
Brasília 100, São José 79
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 28–18, 24–25, 23–24
Pts: Nezinho 25
Rebs: Paulão Prestes 14
Asts: Nezinho 5
Pts: Dedé 18
Rebs: Chico, Jefferson 6
Asts: Fúlvio 4
Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasília, Federal District
Attendance: 2,958
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Guilherme Locatelli, Fabio Kover
Game 3
May 3, 2013
21:00 UTC−03:00
Brasília 91, São José 76
Scoring by quarter: 30–21, 16–20, 27–18, 18–17
Pts: Nezinho 36
Rebs: Paulão Prestes 9
Asts: Nezinho 7
Pts: Murilo 25
Rebs: Murilo, Fúlvio 10
Asts: Fúlvio 6
Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasília, Federal District
Attendance: 3,416
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Diego Chiconato
Game 4
May 6, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
São José 84, Brasília 70
Scoring by quarter: 30–14, 15–16, 21–17, 18–23
Pts: Murilo 25
Rebs: Murilo 11
Asts: Fúlvio 7
Pts: Giovannoni 18
Rebs: Cipriano 6
Asts: Nezinho, Eric Tatu 5
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,652
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr., Andreia Silva
Game 5
May 9, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Brasília 81, São José 98
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 17–18, 27–33, 20–29
Pts: Nezinho 16
Rebs: Paulão Prestes 12
Asts: Nezinho 5
Pts: Laws 29
Rebs: Murilo 10
Asts: Laws, Fúlvio 6
São José wins series, 3–2
Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasília, Federal District
Attendance: 4,411
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Guilherme Locatelli

(3) Uberlândia vs. (6) PinheirosEdit

Game 1
April 29, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Pinheiros 67, Uberlândia 86
Scoring by quarter: 27–24, 7–24, 11–21, 22–17
Pts: Márcio 14
Rebs: three players 4
Asts: Smith 4
Pts: Cipolini 24
Rebs: Collum 11
Asts: Collum 6
Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 521
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Jonas Pereira, Eduardo Albano
Game 2
May 2, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Uberlândia 97, Pinheiros 103 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 16–28, 20–18, 12–15, 28–15, Overtime: 11–11, 10–16
Pts: Day 39
Rebs: Collum 9
Asts: Collum 11
Pts: Rafael Mineiro, Shamell 24
Rebs: Rafael Mineiro 9
Asts: Shamell 8
Ginásio Sabiazinho, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 2,076
Referees: José Pelissari, Guilherme Locatelli, Diego Chiconato
Game 3
May 4, 2013
19:30 UTC−03:00
Uberlândia 70, Pinheiros 91
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 18–20, 12–24, 19–29
Pts: Luis Gruber 16
Rebs: Day 8
Asts: Valtinho 4
Pts: Smith 32
Rebs: Shamell 7
Asts: Paulinho Boracini 6
Ginásio Sabiazinho, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 2,510
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Marcos Benito, Vander Nunes Jr.
Game 4
May 7, 2013
19:30 UTC−03:00
Pinheiros 76, Uberlândia 89
Scoring by quarter: 23–24, 15–20, 18–17, 20–28
Pts: Shamell 19
Rebs: Márcio, Smith 4
Asts: Shamell 5
Pts: Cipolini 20
Rebs: three players 5
Asts: Collum 7
Poliesportivo Henrique Villaboim, São Paulo, São Paulo
Attendance: 723
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Jacob Barreto, Diego Chiconato
Game 5
May 9, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Uberlândia 92, Pinheiros 85
Scoring by quarter: 23–14, 23–22, 24–23, 22–26
Pts: Valtinho 22
Rebs: Luis Gruber, Léo 8
Asts: Valtinho, Collum 6
Pts: Paulinho Boracini 20
Rebs: three players 3
Asts: Rafael Mineiro 5
Uberlândia wins series, 3–2
Ginásio Sabiazinho, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 5,121
Referees: Fernando Serpa, José Pelissari, Vander Nunes Jr.

(4) Bauru vs. (5) FrancaEdit

Game 1
April 28, 2013
13:00 UTC−03:00
Franca 72, Bauru 69
Scoring by quarter: 22–21, 13–16, 21–16, 16–16
Pts: Léo Meindl 14
Rebs: Teichmann 10
Asts: Figueroa 9
Pts: Larry 21
Rebs: Jeff Agba 10
Asts: Larry 6
Ginásio Pedrocão, Franca, São Paulo
Attendance: 3,495
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Ferreira, Eduardo Albano
Game 2
May 1, 2013
19:30 UTC−03:00
Bauru 86, Franca 79
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 22–18, 21–21, 24–19
Pts: Coleman 23
Rebs: Larry 9
Asts: Larry, Mosso 4
Pts: Cauê Borges 18
Rebs: Figueroa 7
Asts: Figueroa 6
Ginásio Panela de Pressão, Bauru, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,087
Referees: José Pelissari, Marcos Benito, Diego Chiconato
Game 3
May 3, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Bauru 87, Franca 78
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 25–17, 20–23, 25–19
Pts: Larry 20
Rebs: Coleman, Jeff Agba 12
Asts: Larry 6
Pts: Cauê Borges 19
Rebs: Antonio 5
Asts: Cauê Borges, Figueroa 3
Ginásio Panela de Pressão, Bauru, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,979
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr., Jacob Barreto
Game 4
May 6, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Franca 70, Bauru 62
Scoring by quarter: 23–2, 15–23, 12–24, 20–13
Pts: Léo Meindl 19
Rebs: Lucas Mariano 12
Asts: Figueroa 14
Pts: Coleman 16
Rebs: Jeff Agba 11
Asts: Jeff Agba 3
Ginásio Pedrocão, Franca, São Paulo
Attendance: 3,406
Referees: José Pelissari, Jonas Pereira, Jacob Barreto
Game 5
May 10, 2013
21:00 UTC−03:00
Bauru 78, Franca 71
Scoring by quarter: 27–14, 21–18, 19–20, 11–19
Pts: Larry 27
Rebs: Coleman 11
Asts: Pilar 7
Pts: Socas, Léo Meindl 19
Rebs: Teichmann 7
Asts: Figueroa, Teichmann 4
Bauru wins series, 3–2
Ginásio Panela de Pressão, Bauru, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,984
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Guilherme Locatelli

SemifinalsEdit

(1) Flamengo vs. (7) São JoséEdit

Game 1
May 14, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
São José 80, Flamengo 72
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 17–13, 18–22, 28–17
Pts: Jefferson 27
Rebs: Jefferson 13
Asts: Fúlvio 13
Pts: Marquinhos 17
Rebs: Caio Torres 8
Asts: Marquinhos 5
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,348
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr., Andreia Silva
Game 2
May 17, 2013
21:00 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 100, São José 84
Scoring by quarter: 27–23, 27–19, 24–20, 22–22
Pts: Caio Torres 23
Rebs: Caio Torres, Marquinhos 7
Asts: Kojo 6
Pts: Fúlvio 20
Rebs: Murilo 8
Asts: Dedé 3
HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 5,250
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Guilherme Locatelli, Diego Chiconato
Game 3
May 19, 2013
20:00 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 106, São José 86
Scoring by quarter: 26–22, 22–20, 31–28, 27–16
Pts: Olivinha 18
Rebs: Caio Torres 10
Asts: Kojo 4
Pts: Murilo 20
Rebs: Fúlvio 7
Asts: three players 2
HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 6,130
Referees: José Pelissari, Marcos Benito, Jacob Barreto
Game 4
May 23, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
São José 96, Flamengo 88
Scoring by quarter: 30–19, 21–21, 24–32, 21–16
Pts: Jefferson 23
Rebs: Jefferson, Laws 6
Asts: Fúlvio 9
Pts: Marquinhos 29
Rebs: Olivinha 7
Asts: Kojo 4
Ginásio Lineu de Moura, São José dos Campos, São Paulo
Attendance: 2,400
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr.
Game 5
May 25, 2013
21:45 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 88, São José 76
Scoring by quarter: 23–22, 16–20, 30–16, 19–18
Pts: Duda Machado 26
Rebs: Marquinhos 11
Asts: Gegê 6
Pts: Murilo 23
Rebs: Jefferson, Fúlvio 7
Asts: Fúlvio 9
Flamengo wins series, 3–2
HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 11,330
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, José Pelissari, Marcos Benito

(3) Uberlândia vs. (4) BauruEdit

Game 1
May 13, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Bauru 75, Uberlândia 89
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 22–23, 23–26, 17–21
Pts: Pilar 22
Rebs: Andrezão, Ricardo Fischer 7
Asts: Pilar 5
Pts: Audrei 23
Rebs: Léo 9
Asts: Day, Valtinho 5
Ginásio Panela de Pressão, Bauru, São Paulo
Attendance: 1,956
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Diego Chiconato
Game 2
May 16, 2013
19:30 UTC−03:00
Uberlândia 93, Bauru 65
Scoring by quarter: 23–17, 22–16, 31–18, 17–14
Pts: Cipolini 21
Rebs: Cipolini 8
Asts: Valtinho 7
Pts: Larry 16
Rebs: Jeff Agba 8
Asts: Ricardo Fischer 6
Ginásio Sabiazinho, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 6,100
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr., Jonas Pereira
Game 3
May 18, 2013
21:45 UTC−03:00
Uberlândia 80, Bauru 77
Scoring by quarter: 26–25, 15–23, 25–16, 14–13
Pts: Cipolini 19
Rebs: Cipolini 7
Asts: Valtinho 14
Pts: Gui Deodato 24
Rebs: Jeff Agba 10
Asts: Larry 8
Uberlândia wins series, 3–0
Ginásio Sabiazinho, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais
Attendance: 6,300
Referees: José Pelissari, Guilherme Locatelli, Jacob Barreto

FinalEdit

June 1, 2013
10:00 UTC−03:00
Flamengo 77, Uberlândia 70
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 12–19, 25–15, 19–21
Pts: Caio Torres 23
Rebs: Olivinha 12
Asts: Marquinhos, Duda 3
Pts: Luis Gruber 20
Rebs: Cipolini 9
Asts: Robby Collum 6
Flamengo wins NBB Final Game
HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 14,447
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Marcos Benito, Fernando Serpa

Promotion TournamentEdit

During the NBB semifinals, Tijuca, the penultimate placed in the regular season in the NBB (the last placed Suzano later withdrawn due to financial troubles),[15] as well as Fluminense and Macaé, the two finalists of the Super Copa Brasil de Basquete, played a small tournament between them to decide the two teams that would join the other sixteen teams in the 2013–14 NBB season. All matches were played in the Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro.[16]

After two rounds, Tijuca remained in NBB with two wins and Macaé was promoted to his first season.[17]

Game 1
May 15, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Tijuca 83, Macaé 80
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 16–27, 26–23, 22–17
Pts: Arnaldinho 32
Rebs: César 8
Asts: Fred 6
Pts: Atílio 24
Rebs: Pablo 10
Asts: Pablo 3
Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 321
Referees: José Pelissari, Marcos Benito, Andreia Silva
Game 2
May 16, 2013
19:00 UTC−03:00
Macaé 82, Fluminense 81
Scoring by quarter: 24–14, 17–24, 22–18, 19–25
Pts: João Phyllipe 22
Rebs: Pablo 17
Asts: three players 2
Pts: De Souza 19
Rebs: Torres 10
Asts: Sucatzky 5
Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 1,658
Referees: Cristiano Maranho, Jacob Barreto, Diego Chiconato
Game 3
May 17, 2013
18:00 UTC−03:00
Tijuca 81, Fluminense 76
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 12–9, 23–18, 21–29
Pts: César, Arnaldinho 14
Rebs: Renan 8
Asts: Fred 5
Pts: Pitú 15
Rebs: Gaspar 4
Asts: Sucatzky 4
Ginásio Álvaro Vieira Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 492
Referees: Fernando Serpa, Vander Nunes Jr, Jonas Pereira

Statistical leadersEdit

Individual tournament highsEdit

AwardsEdit

NBB All-TeamEdit

Position Player Team
PG Fúlvio de Assis São José
SG Robert Day Uberlândia
SF Marquinhos Flamengo
PF Rafael Mineiro Pinheiros
C Caio Torres Flamengo

Individual awardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Regulamento NBB - temporada 2012 / 2013" (PDF). LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved December 10, 2012.
  2. ^ "Lançado!". LNB (in Portuguese). November 9, 2012. Retrieved December 10, 2012.
  3. ^ "Miguel Ângelo é demitido do Tijuca: 'Não tem mais clima para continuar'". GloboEsporte.com (in Portuguese). March 13, 2013. Retrieved March 17, 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Estrelas definidas". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  5. ^ "Desafio das Enterradas: Holloway vence eleição e é o quinto finalista". GloboEsporte.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 20, 2013.
  6. ^ "O Batman voltou !". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved March 1, 2013.
  7. ^ "Mãos quentes". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 17, 2013.
  8. ^ "Equilibradíssimo". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved March 1, 2013.
  9. ^ "Desafiantes definidos". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 21, 2013.
  10. ^ "Dinastia". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved March 1, 2013.
  11. ^ "Os caras". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 26, 2013.
  12. ^ "Substituto". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 26, 2013.
  13. ^ "Troca". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved February 27, 2013.
  14. ^ "Jogo das Estrelas - Em duelo histórico, NBB Brasil bate NBB Mundo na prorrogação". Jornal Brasil (in Portuguese). March 2, 2013. Retrieved March 3, 2013.[permanent dead link]
  15. ^ "De olho na elite, Fluminense, Tijuca e Macaé lutam por duas vagas no NBB". GloboEsporte.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 18, 2013.
  16. ^ "Briga boa". LNB (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 18, 2013.
  17. ^ "Flu reage tarde e perde para o Tijuca, que segue no NBB; Macaé leva vaga". GloboEsporte.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 18, 2013.

External linksEdit