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2018–19 Premijer liga

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The 2018–19 HT Premijer liga was the 28th season of the HT Premijer liga, the highest professional basketball league in Croatia. It started on October 6, 2018 and finished on May 30, 2019.

Hrvatski telekom Premijer liga
Competition details
Season 2018–19
Teams 12
Dates October 6, 2018 – April 20, 2019
(Regular season)
April 23, 2019 – May 30, 2019
(Playoffs)
TV HRT
Arena Sport
Final positions
Champions Cibona (19th title)
Runners-up Cedevita
Semifinalists Split
Zadar
Promoted Dubrava
Sonik-Puntamika
Relegated Bosco
Records
Biggest home win Šibenik 115–62 Hermes Analitica
(March 16, 2019)
Biggest away win Bosco 67–107 Cibona
(October 23, 2018)
Highest attendance 4,000
Zadar 94–72 Šibenik
(December 18, 2018)
All statistics correct as of May 30, 2019.

FormatEdit

As in the previous season, all participants in Premijer liga including teams that play ABA League joined the regular season. It was played with a double round-robin format where the eight first qualified teams joined the playoffs, while the penultimate will be play relegation playoffs and last qualified one was relegated.

Current teamsEdit

Promotion and relegationEdit

Teams promoted from the First League
Teams relegated to the First League

Locations and team informationsEdit

Location of teams in the 2018–19 HT Premijer liga
Team Coach City Venue Capacity
Adria Oil Škrljevo   Damir Rajković Škrljevo Dvorana Mavrinci 720
Alkar   Srđan Helbich Sinj Sportska dvorana Ivica Glavan Ićo 600
Bosco   Matija Brkljačić Zagreb Sportska dvorana Trnsko 2,500
Cedevita   Dražen Orešković Zagreb Dom sportova 3,100
Cibona   Ivan Velić Zagreb Dražen Petrović Hall 5,400
Gorica   Josip Sesar Velika Gorica Dvorana srednjih škola Velika Gorica 1,000
Hermes Analitica   Zvonimir Mravak Zagreb Dražen Petrović Hall 5,400
Split   Ante Grgurević Split Arena Gripe 3,500
Šibenik   Miro Jurić Šibenik Sportska dvorana Baldekin 900
Vrijednosnice   Domagoj Kujundžić Osijek Gradski vrt Hall 3,538
Zabok   Ivan Tomas Zabok Zabok Sports Hall 3,000
Zadar   Ante Nazor Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall 7,997
Teams that play in the 2018–19 First Adriatic League

Teams that play in the 2018–19 Second Adriatic League

Teams that play in the 2018-19 Alpe Adria Cup

Coaching changesEdit

Team Outgoing manager Date of vacancy Position in table Replaced with Date of appointment Ref.
Šibenik   Vladimir Anzulović 10 May 2018 Pre-season   Miro Jurić 11 May 2018 [1][2]
Split   Ivica Skelin 28 May 2018   Vladimir Anzulović 28 May 2018 [3]
Cedevita   Jure Zdovc 6 June 2018   Slaven Rimac 8 August 2018 [4][5]
Cibona   Ante Nazor 6 June 2018   Ivan Velić 8 June 2018 [6][7]
Zadar   Aramis Naglić 21 June 2018   Aleš Pipan 28 June 2018 [8][9]
Zabok   Ivan Perinčić 25 July 2018   Ivan Tomas 9 August 2018 [10][11]
Zadar   Aleš Pipan 23 October 2018 3rd (2–1)   Ante Nazor 24 October 2018 [12][13]
Cedevita   Slaven Rimac 25 October 2018 1st (3–0)   Ivan Kapov 26 October 2018 [14]
Cedevita   Ivan Kapov 21 December 2018 4th (7–4)   Dražen Orešković 21 December 2018 [15]
Bosco   Matija Brkljačić 6 January 2019 12th (1–10)   Ivica Burić 6 January 2019
Vrijednosnice   Vladimir Krstić 9 January 2019 8th (5–6)   Domagoj Kujundžić 11 January 2019
Split   Vladimir Anzulović 5 March 2019 4th (10–5)   Ante Grgurević 5 March 2019
Bosco   Ivica Burić 8 March 2019 12th (1–14)   Matija Brkljačić 8 March 2019

Regular seasonEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Zadar 22 18 4 1895 1704 +191 40 Advance to the playoffs
2 Cibona 22 17 5 2009 1675 +334 39
3 Split 22 14 8 1840 1702 +138 36
4 Cedevita 22 13 9 1805 1729 +76 35
5 Vrijednosnice 22 12 10 1805 1858 −53 34
6 Gorica 22 11 11 1891 1795 +96 33
7 Zabok 22 11 11 1740 1749 −9 33
8 Šibenik 22 10 12 1839 1812 +27 32
9 Adria Oil Škrljevo 22 10 12 1801 1824 −23 32
10 Alkar 22 7 15 1717 2018 −301 29
11 Hermes Analitica (O) 22 7 15 1893 2091 −198 29 Qualification to the relegation playoffs
12 Bosco (R) 22 2 20 1689 1967 −278 24 Relegation to First League
Source: [16]
(O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.

ResultsEdit

Home \ Away ADR ALK BOS CED CIB GOR HER SPL SIB VRI ZAB ZAD
Adria Oil Škrljevo 93–62 96–82 79–61 66–86 82–79 79–84 74–89 83–78 79–66 63–66 87–88
Alkar 73–79 86–80 79–96 89–101 85–64 96–82 79–95 91–86 82–78 84–82 62–103
Bosco 88–93 78–87 73–53 67–107 73–96 92–103 77–79 74–87 66–71 81–94 88–101
Cedevita 86–79 103–75 93–76 99–84 71–66 83–79 79–78 100–103 82–59 80–77 73–77
Cibona 101–92 100–55 94–64 94–73 77–83 132–77 99–84 92–87 89–71 88–68 76–55
Gorica 91–82 104–79 98–68 75–92 83–76 98–99 97–87 86–87 117–76 82–69 77–85
Hermes Analitica 96–99 92–86 76–82 93–103 90–102 90–109 71–90 88–86 97–103 99–78 95–79
Split 87–77 97–49 94–70 61–77 70–67 79–86 86–76 81–65 93–84 82–64 75–76
Šibenik 100–84 88–79 81–68 96–88 72–86 86–79 115–62 83–76 65–72 72–73 70–73
Vrijednosnice 97–79 121–91 93–84 83–78 78–108 82–80 79–77 75–78 104–95 87–75 88–69
Zabok 78–81 97–77 97–79 74–72 73–74 73–61 96–84 86–91 79–65 84–69 91–88
Zadar 86–75 99–71 88–79 69–63 79–76 97–80 118–83 91–88 94–72 90–69 90–66
Source: Eurobasket.com
Colours: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

PlayoffsEdit

Quarterfinals and semifinals will be played in a best-of-three-games format, while the finals in a best-of-five one.

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
1 Zadar 2
8 Šibenik 0
1 Zadar 2
4 Cedevita 3
4 Cedevita 2
5 Vrijednosnice 0
4 Cedevita 0
2 Cibona 4
2 Cibona 2
7 Zabok 0
2 Cibona 3
3 Split 0
3 Split 2
6 Gorica 1

QuarterfinalsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Zadar 2–0 Šibenik 82–73 86–66
Cibona 2–0 Zabok 76–66 85–79
Split 2–1 Gorica 102–71 80–89 73–65
Cedevita 2–0 Vrijednosnice 104–86 102–80

SemifinalsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg 4th leg 5th leg
Zadar 2–3 Cedevita 67–75 (OT) 57–96 85–83 84–78 71–72
Cibona 3–0 Split 89–82 88–66 83–78

FinalsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg 4th leg 5th leg 6th leg 7th leg
Cedevita 0–4 Cibona 84–88 82–90 65–76 98–100

Relegation playoffsEdit

As of the 2018–19 season, team who lost the 2018–19 First League final and the 11th placed team of the 2018–19 Premijer liga season will play in the Qualifiers for a spot in the 2019–20 Premijer liga season.

TeamsEdit

ResultsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Hermes Analitica 2–0 Dubrava 85–82 83–72

Croatian clubs in European competitionsEdit

Team Competition Progress
Cedevita EuroCup Top 16

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vladimir Anzulović više nije trener GKK Šibenika: Narančasti u potrazi za novim kormilarom". Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  2. ^ "Ekspresno pronađen Anzulovićev nasljednik: Miro Jurić novi trener GKK Šibenika". sibenski.slobodnadalmacija.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  3. ^ "Skelin je prošlost Gripa, 'žute' od danas vodi nova faca: Dolazi s Baldekina i brat je aktualnog izbornika". www.slobodnadalmacija.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  4. ^ "Jure Zdovc više nije trener KK Cedevite". www.kkcedevita.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  5. ^ "Rimac poveo pripreme Cedevite". www.crosport.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  6. ^ "Ante Nazor više nije trener košarkaša Cibone". m.vecernji.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  7. ^ "Ivan Velić novi trener Cibone". sport.hrt.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  8. ^ "Aramis Naglić je bivši, Zadar traži novog trenera". basketball.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  9. ^ "Aleš Pipan ponovno na klupi KK Zadar". www.zadarskilist.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  10. ^ "Zabok ostao bez trenera, Ivan Perinčić pomoćnik Situ Alonsu". basketball.hr. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  11. ^ "Ivan Tomas novi je trener Zaboka". www.zagorje.com. Retrieved 21 August 2018.
  12. ^ "Pipan više nije trener Zadra". www.kkzadar.net. Retrieved 23 October 2018.
  13. ^ "Nazor se vratio u Zadar". www.aba-liga.com. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  14. ^ "Ivan Kapov privremeno rješenje za trenera druge momčadi Cedevite". basketball.hr. Retrieved 27 October 2018.
  15. ^ "Dražen Orešković preuzima B "vitamine"". basketball.hr. Retrieved 6 March 2019.
  16. ^ Tablica klubova. Croatian Basketball Federation.

External linksEdit