2020–21 ABA League First Division

The 2020–21 ABA League First Division was the 20th season of the ABA League with 14 teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia participating in it. The season has started on 2 October 2020.

ABA League First Division
Season2020–21
Teams14[a]
Games played24 each[b]
DatesOctober 2, 2020April 27, 2021
(Regular season)
TVArena Sport, B92
Final positions
Top seedCrvena zvezda mts
ChampionsCrvena zvezda mts (5th title)
Runners-upBudućnost VOLI
SemifinalistsMornar
Igokea
PromotedStudentski centar
RelegatedKoper Primorska (disqualified)
Awards
MVPSerbia Filip Petrušev
Finals MVPCameroon Landry Nnoko
Top ProspectSerbia Filip Petrušev
Statistical leaders
Index Rating Serbia Filip Petrušev 27.95
Points Serbia Filip Petrušev 23.71
Rebounds Montenegro Marko Simonović 8.96
Assists Serbia Filip Čović 6.70
Records
Biggest home winMornar 109–68 Cibona
(12 October 2020)
Biggest away winKrka 57–98 Crvena zvezda mts
(20 April 2021)
Highest scoringPartizan NIS 99–101 Budućnost VOLI
(10 October 2020)
Winning streak9 games
Crvena zvezda mts
Losing streak26 games[c]
Koper Primorska
All statistics correct as of May 28, 2021.

The season is the first to be played after the previous season was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ABA League Assembly ruled that the 12 teams from the previous season stays in the league and the first two clubs from Second Division were awarded two wild cards.[1]

The Slovenian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition in December 2020 and forfeited 0–20 for all games. Defending champions Crvena zvezda mts won its fifth title following a 3–2 win over Budućnost VOLI in the 2021 Finals.

TeamsEdit

Promotion and relegationEdit

A total of 14 teams will contest the league, including all 12 sides from the previous season and two clubs with wild cards from the 2019–20 Second Division season. Two wild cards were awarded to Borac Čačak and Split, two highest-placed teams.[1]

In season disqualificationEdit

The Slovenian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition on 17 December 2020.[2][3] Following this disqualification the league remain with 13 clubs for the rest of season.

Disqualified

Venues and locationsEdit

Location of teams in the 2020–21 season
Locations of the teams from Belgrade in the 2020–21 season
Team Home city Arena Capacity
  Borac Čačak Čačak Borac Hall 4,000
  Budućnost VOLI Podgorica Morača Sports Center 6,000
  Cedevita Olimpija Ljubljana Arena Stožice 12,480
  Cibona Zagreb Dražen Petrović Hall 5,400
  Crvena zvezda mts Belgrade Aleksandar Nikolić Hall 8,000
  FMP Belgrade Železnik Hall 3,000
  Igokea Aleksandrovac Laktaši Sports Hall 3,050
  Koper Primorska Koper Arena Bonifika 3,000
  Krka Novo Mesto Leon Štukelj Hall 2,500
  Mega Soccerbet Belgrade Ranko Žeravica Sports Hall 5,000
  Mornar Bar Topolica Sport Hall 2,625
  Partizan NIS Belgrade Štark Arena 18,386
  Split Split Arena Gripe 3,500
  Zadar Zadar Krešimir Ćosić Hall 7,997

Personnel and sponsorshipEdit

Team Head coach Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
Borac Čačak   Marko Marinović   Uroš Čarapić P.S. Fashion
Budućnost VOLI   Dejan Milojević   Suad Šehović Spalding VOLI
Cedevita Olimpija   Jurica Golemac   Jaka Blažič Adidas Cedevita
Cibona   Vladimir Jovanović   Roko Prkačin GBT Erste Bank
Crvena zvezda mts   Dejan Radonjić   Branko Lazić Adidas mts
FMP   Vanja Guša   Radoš Šešlija FMP
Igokea   Dragan Bajić   Marko Jošilo GBT m:tel
Koper Primorska   Andrej Žakelj   Luka Vončina Erreà Vehicle rent
Krka   Dalibor Damjanović   Luka Lapornik Krka
Mega Soccerbet   Vlada Jovanović   Milenko Tepić Adidas Soccerbet / Tehnomanija
Mornar   Mihailo Pavićević   Marko Mijović DaCapo Bar Municipality / Barsko zlato
Partizan NIS   Aleksandar Matović   Novica Veličković Under Armour NIS / mts
Split   Mile Karakaš   Mateo Kedžo Macron Jugoplastika
Zadar   Veljko Mršić   Dominik Mavra OTP Bank

Coaching changesEdit

Team Outgoing manager Date of vacancy Position in table Replaced with Date of appointment Ref.
Mega Soccerbet   Dejan Milojević 1 June 2020 Off-season   Vlada Jovanović 1 June 2020 [4]
Crvena zvezda mts   Dragan Šakota 8 June 2020   Saša Obradović 10 June 2020 [5]
Zadar   Danijel Jusup 24 June 2020   Veljko Mršić 25 June 2020 [6]
Partizan NIS   Andrea Trinchieri 2 July 2020   Vlado Šćepanović 9 July 2020 [7][8]
  Vlado Šćepanović 30 October 2020 6th (2–2)   Milivoje Lazić (interim) 30 October 2020 [9]
  Milivoje Lazić (interim) 5 November 2020 7th (2–3)   Sašo Filipovski 5 November 2020 [10]
FMP   Vladimir Jovanović 14 December 2020 12th (2–6)   Bojan Đerić (interim) 14 December 2020 [11]
Crvena zvezda mts   Saša Obradović 24 December 2020 1st (9–1)   Dejan Radonjić 25 December 2020 [12][13]
Budućnost VOLI   Petar Mijović 27 January 2021 5th (11–3)   Dejan Milojević 28 January 2021 [14]
Cibona   Ivan Velić 31 January 2021 11th (5–10)   Vladimir Jovanović 2 February 2021 [15][16]
FMP   Bojan Đerić (interim) 13 February 2021 11th (5–10)   Vanja Guša 13 February 2021 [17][18]
Split   Ivica Skelin 17 February 2021 8th (5–13)   Mile Karakaš 21 February 2021 [19][20]
Partizan NIS   Sašo Filipovski 9 March 2021 7th (7–12)   Aleksandar Matović 9 March 2021 [21]
Krka   Vladimir Anzulović 17 March 2021 11th (6–14)   Dalibor Damjanović 17 March 2021 [22]

Regular seasonEdit

The regular season began on 2 October 2020.

On 17 December 2020, the Slovenian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition after failing to play two consecutive games due to financial problems.[2] All of the Koper Primorska results were be registered with the scores of 20–0 for their opponents and were not awarded a point for the defeat.[3]

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification or relegation
1   Crvena zvezda mts 26 23 3 2064 1694 +370 49 Advance to the playoffs
2   Budućnost VOLI 26 22 4 2056 1811 +245 48
3   Mornar 26 19 7 2066 1890 +176 45
4   Igokea 26 19 7 1973 1846 +127 45
5   Cedevita Olimpija 26 18 8 2116 1947 +169 44
6   Mega Soccerbet 26 14 12 1996 1955 +41 40
7   Partizan NIS 26 13 13 2003 1903 +100 39
8   FMP 26 11 15 2049 2135 −86 37
9   Cibona 26 10 16 1897 1998 −101 36
10   Zadar 26 9 17 1804 1923 −119 35
11   Borac Čačak 26 8 18 1919 1978 −59 34
12   Krka 26 8 18 1748 1938 −190 34
13   Split 26 8 18 1816 1969 −153 34 Qualification to the relegation playoffs
14   Koper Primorska 26 0 26 0 520 −520 0 Disqualified[2][3]
Source: ABA League

Positions by roundEdit

The Slovenaian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition on 17 December 2020.[2][3]

First place & advance to the playoffsAdvance to the playoffsQualification to the relegation playoffsDisqualified
Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526
  Crvena zvezda mts11111111111224466655432331
  Budućnost VOLI24323797567666555566644412
  Mornar52576333333311111211113243
  Igokea118652578644443322122221124
  Cedevita Olimpija7323596510810977744443556655
  Mega Soccerbet35444222222132233334365566
  Partizan NIS911767444455555677777777777
  FMP4699810111212121112101091010111311998888
  Cibona131313129889810910121212121199910101212119
  Zadar1012128111112131313131313131313131211121212910910
  Borac Čačak6910131313131111111211111111111213121313131191011
  Krka810810121210107767891099101010111113131312
  Split1271111106569988988888888810111213
  Koper Primorska1414141414141414141414141414141414141414141414141414
Source: ABA League

ResultsEdit

The Slovenaian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition on 17 December 2020 and forfeited 0–20 for all matches before and following ejection.[3] The club played nine games before ejection. They have not appeared in rounds 10 and 11. The club was disqualified from the further competition due to unjustified non-appearance in two consecutive games.

Home \ Away BOR BUD COL CIB CZV FMP IGO KRK MEG MOR PAR PRI SPL ZAD
Borac Čačak 72–76 82–95 77–82 64–95 83–76 78–101 86–90 83–97 76–87 75–71 20–0[d] 90–69 61–65
Budućnost VOLI 86–83 89–75 87–68 83–63 77–76 92–64 70–62 92–79 81–74 80–72 20–0[e] 84–59 98–75
Cedevita Olimpija 97–88 95–84 100–75 72–89 94–86 103–92 77–69 85–79 88–93 78–65 20–0[e] 94–66 77–56
Cibona 69–64 72–76 93–83 66–104 93–80 80–88 78–69 73–77 78–92 75–82 20–0[f] 74–76 77–75
Crvena zvezda mts 83–63 65–67 82–81 85–63 101–71 69–66 88–62 92–85 93–62 73–64 20–0[e] 78–76 81–66
FMP 93–87 88–99 91–88 90–86 75–111 82–87 91–85 91–92 94–92 90–103 20–0[g] 96–92 89–99
Igokea 73–71 82–87 76–70 88–80 85–65 84–74 77–64 62–84 79–88 90–84 20–0[h] 87–68 72–48
Krka 74–94 70–90 88–95 63–80 57–98 76–97 69–70 76–71 74–84 69–50 20–0[i] 77–71 63–81
Mega Soccerbet 86–84 78–72 88–93 72–71 73–76 76–84 84–86 71–70 90–89 88–98 20–0[e] 91–75 90–87
Mornar 86–72 100–92 71–81 109–68 78–86 84–74 90–76 80–61 80–73 77–76 20–0[j] 81–71 77–71
Partizan NIS 78–87 99–101 86–77 87–90 85–86 97–74 75–83 91–67 79–77 83–75 20–0[e] 80–58 78–63
Koper Primorska 0–20[e] 0–20[e] 0–20[k] 0–20[e] 0–20[l] 0–20[e] 0–20[e] 0–20[e] 0–20[m] 0–20[e] 0–20[e] 0–20[d] 0–20[n]
Split 74–86 78–77 81–98 77–74 60–71 86–71 78–79 78–80 74–65 87–95 74–86 20–0[e] 76–89
Zadar 75–73 62–76 78–80 97–92 70–90 63–76 63–86 70–73 83–90 66–82 96–94 20–0[e] 66–72
Source: ABA League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.
Matches with lighter background shading were decided after overtime.

Results by roundEdit

The table lists the results of teams in each round. The Slovenaian club Koper Primorska was disqualified from the competition on 17 December 2020 and forfeited 0–20 for all matches before and following ejection.

WinLossPostponed
Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526
  Crvena zvezda mtsWWWWWWWWLWWLWWWWWWWWWLWWWW
  Budućnost VOLIWWWWLWWWWWLWWLWWWWWWWWLWWW
  MornarWWLWWWWWWLWWWWWLWLWWWLWLLW
  IgokeaLWWWWLWLWWWWLWWWWWLWWWWWLL
  Cedevita OlimpijaWWWLWLWWWWLLWWWWWLWWLWLLWW
  Mega SoccerbetWWWLLWWWWLWWLLWWLWWLWLLLLL
  Partizan NISLLWWLWWLLWLWWLLWLLLLLWWWWW
  FMPWLLLWWLLLLLLWWWLLLLLWWLWWW
  CibonaLLLWWLLLWLLLWLLLWWLWLLWLWW
  ZadarLLLWLLLWLLWWLLLWWWWLLLLWLL
  Borac ČačakWLLLLLLLLWLWLWLLLWLLWLWLWL
  KrkaLLWLLLLWWWWLLLLLLLLWLWWLLL
  SplitLWLWWWLLLLWLLWLLLLWLLWLWLL
  Koper Primorska[c]LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
Source: ABA League

PlayoffsEdit

The semi-finals will be played in a best-of-three format, while the Finals were played in a best-of-five format.[24]

 
SemifinalsFinals
 
      
 
 
 
 
1   Crvena zvezda mts 2
 
 
 
4   Igokea 1
 
1   Crvena zvezda mts 3
 
 
 
2   Budućnost VOLI 2
 
2   Budućnost VOLI 2
 
 
3   Mornar 0
 


2020–21 ABA League Champions
 
Crvena zvezda mts
5th title

SemifinalsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
Crvena zvezda mts   2–1   Igokea 76–61 68–81 76–53
Budućnost VOLI   2–0   Mornar 97–88 92–81

FinalsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
Crvena zvezda mts   3–2   Budućnost VOLI 82–78 85–79 71–75 80–81 67–60

Relegation playoffsEdit

The 13th placed team of the First Division season and the runners-up of the Second Division season will play in the Qualifiers for a spot in the next First Division season.[25]

Qualified clubs
Leagues Clubs
First Division   Split
Second Division   Spars

ResultsEdit

Team 1 Series Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
Split   2–1   Spars 70–76 84–64 90–60


Statistical leadersEdit

As of 28 May 2021

All players statistics from the nine games with Koper Primorska were annulled following their disqualification from the competition.

PIREdit

Pos Player Club PIR
1   Filip Petrušev Mega Soccerbet 27.95
2   Marko Simonović Mega Soccerbet 19.17
3   Justin Cobbs Budućnost VOLI 18.90
4   Nemanja Nenadić FMP 18.59
5   Jaka Blažič Cedevita Olimpija 18.52

PointsEdit

Pos Player Club PPG
1   Filip Petrušev Mega Soccerbet 23.71
2   Jaka Blažič Cedevita Olimpija 17.22
3   Nemanja Nenadić FMP 17.05
4   Jacob Pullen Mornar Bar 16.63
5   Jordan Loyd Crvena zvezda mts 16.00

ReboundsEdit

Pos Player Club RPG
1   Marko Simonović Mega Soccerbet 8.96
2   Filip Petrušev Mega Soccerbet 7.62
3   Rashawn Thomas Partizan NIS 7.17
4   Roko Prkačin Cibona 6.78
5   Chinanu Onuaku Zadar 6.52

AssistsEdit

Pos Player Club APG
1   Filip Čović FMP 6.70
2   Scoochie Smith Mega Soccerbet 5.71
3   Jovan Novak Mega Soccerbet 5.50
4   Nikola Ivanović Budućnost VOLI 4.94
5   Derek Needham Mornar Bar 4.68

Source: ABA League

AwardsEdit

Pos. Player Team Ref.
MVP
F/C   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet [26]
Finals MVP
C   Landry Nnoko   Crvena zvezda mts [27]
Top Scorer
F/C   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet [28]
Best Defender
G/F   Branko Lazić   Crvena zvezda mts [29]
Top Prospect
F/C   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet [30]
Coach of the Season
HC   Dragan Bajić   Igokea [31]
The Ideal Starting Five
PG   Jordan Loyd   Crvena zvezda mts [32]
SG   Nikola Ivanović   Budućnost VOLI
SF   Jaka Blažič   Cedevita Olimpija
PF   Marko Simonović   Mega Soccerbet
C   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet

MVP ListEdit

MVP of the RoundEdit

Round Player Team PIR
1   Marko Simonović   Mega Soccerbet 33
2   Justin Cobbs   Budućnost VOLI 30
3   Nikola Ivanović   Budućnost VOLI 32
4   Jordan Loyd   Crvena zvezda mts 22
5   Jaka Blažič   Cedevita Olimpija 31
6   Marko Radovanović   FMP 39
7   Jaka Blažič (2)   Cedevita Olimpija 29
8   Jacob Pullen   Mornar 38
9   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet 37
10   Ognjen Dobrić   Crvena zvezda mts 25
11   Filip Petrušev (2)   Mega Soccerbet 36
12   Dominik Mavra   Zadar 47
13   Ognjen Jaramaz   Partizan NIS 33
14   Mikael Hopkins   Cedevita Olimpija 39
15   Filip Petrušev (3)   Mega Soccerbet 41
16   Chinanu Onuaku   Zadar 33
17   Nemanja Gordić   Mornar 30
18   Chinanu Onuaku (2)   Zadar 41
19   Marko Simonović (2)   Mega Soccerbet 37
20   Toni Nakić   Cibona 28
21   Nemanja Nenadić   FMP 25
22   Nikola Jovanović   Igokea 31
23   Jacob Pullen (2)   Mornar 30
24   Filip Čović   FMP 32
25   Justin Cobbs (2)   Budućnost VOLI 24
26   Jaka Blažič (3)   Cedevita Olimpija 38
SF1   Justin Cobbs (3)   Budućnost VOLI 34
SF2   Justin Cobbs (4)   Budućnost VOLI 28
SF3   Dejan Davidovac   Crvena zvezda mts 33
F1   Jordan Loyd (2)   Crvena zvezda mts 23
F2   Ognjen Dobrić (2)   Crvena zvezda mts 27
F3   Nikola Ivanović (2)   Budućnost VOLI 19
F4   Justin Cobbs (5)   Budućnost VOLI 29
F5   Landry Nnoko   Crvena zvezda mts 28

Source: ABA League

MVP of the MonthEdit

Month Player Team Ref.
2020
October   Filip Petrušev   Mega Soccerbet [33]
November   Jaka Blažič   Cedevita Olimpija [34]
December   Filip Petrušev (2)   Mega Soccerbet [35]
2021
January   Jaka Blažič (2)   Cedevita Olimpija [36]
February   Chinanu Onuaku   Zadar [37]
March   Nikola Ivanović   Budućnost VOLI [38]
April   Rashawn Thomas   Partizan NIS [39]

Clubs in European competitionsEdit

Competition Team Progress Result
EuroLeague   Crvena zvezda mts Regular season 17th (10–24)
EuroCup   Budućnost VOLI Quarterfinals   (2) 1–2 vs   Monaco
  Partizan NIS Top 16 Group F   (1) 4th (2–4)
  Cedevita Olimpija Top 16 Group G   (1) 3rd (3–3)
  Mornar Top 16 Group H   (1) 4th (1–5)
Champions League   Igokea Playoffs Group J   (1) 3rd (3–3)

See alsoEdit

2020–21 domestic competitions
Teams

NotesEdit

  1. ^ There is 13 teams in the competition as of December 2020 due to ejection of Koper Primorska.
  2. ^ Additionally, each team was awarded with two 20–0 wins over Koper Primorska following their ejection.
  3. ^ a b Koper Primorska lost its first nine matches. They have not appeared in rounds 10 and 11. Due to unjustified non-appearance in two consecutive games the club was disqualified from the further competition and forfeited 0–20 for all 26 matches (before and following ejection).
  4. ^ a b Koper Primoprska was forfeited 0–20 due to unjustified non-appearance.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o As of Round 12, Koper Primorska has been forfeited 0–20 as the disqualified club.
  6. ^ Cibona won 91–50. The result was overturned 20–0 for Cibona, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  7. ^ FMP won 84–65. The result was overturned 20–0 for FMP, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  8. ^ Igokea won 89–71. The result was overturned 20–0 for Igokea, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  9. ^ Krka won 74–57. The result was overturned 20–0 for Krka, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  10. ^ Mornar won 87–66. The result was overturned 20–0 for Mornar, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  11. ^ Cedevita Olimpija won 102–65. The result was overturned 20–0 for Cedevita Olimpija, following Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  12. ^ Crvena zvezda won 84–72. The result was overturned 20–0 for Crvena zvezda, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  13. ^ Mega Soccerbet won 71–69.[23] The result was overturned 20–0 for Mega Soccerbet, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.
  14. ^ Zadar won 77–55. The result was overturned 20–0 for Zadar, following the Koper Primoprska disqualification.

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  39. ^ "MVP OF APRIL: Rashawn Thomas (Partizan NIS)". aba-liga.com. Retrieved 28 April 2021.