2014 ABL season

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ASEAN Basketball League
Season 2014
Dates 16 July 2014 – 26 October 2014 (regular season)
29 October 2014 – 11 November 2014 (playoffs)
Number of games 60 (regular season)
6 (playoffs)
Number of teams 6
Finals
Champions Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City
  Runners-up Malaysia Westports Malaysia Dragons
Semifinalists Singapore Singapore Slingers
Vietnam Saigon Heat
Awards
Local MVP Wei Long Wong
World Import MVP Chris Charles
Coach of the Year Ariel Vanguardia
Finals MVP Jerick Canada
Records
Biggest home win Westports Malaysia Dragons 100–58 Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
(24 October 2014)
Biggest away win Laskar Dreya South Sumatra 58–92 Hi-Tech Bangkok City
(3 September 2014)
Highest scoring Westports Malaysia Dragons 107–104 Hi-Tech Bangkok City
(18 October 2014)
2013

The 2014 ASEAN Basketball League Regular Season was the fifth season of competition of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL). Hi-Tech Bangkok City won its second title in its franchise history after defeating Westports Malaysia Dragons in two games.[1] Anthony Macri, the commissioner of the league for the past two years, resigned on 21 February 2014.[2] The regular season began on 16 July 2014 and concluded on 26 October 2014. Two teams from the previous season, defending champions San Miguel Beermen and Sports Rev Thailand Slammers, did not return for the current season.[3]

Teams[edit]

Team Location Arena Head Coach
Hi-Tech Bangkok City Bangkok Thai-Japanese Stadium Philippines Jerry Ruiz
Laskar Dreya South Sumatra Sumatra Senayan Gym Hall 1 Indonesia Tondi Radja Syailendra
Indonesia Warriors North Jakarta The BritAma Arena Indonesia Cokorda Raka Satya Wibawa
Saigon Heat Ho Chi Minh City CIS Arena United Kingdom Anthony Garbelotto
Singapore Slingers Singapore OCBC Arena Singapore Neo Beng Siang
Westports Malaysia Dragons Kuala Lumpur MABA Stadium Philippines Ariel Vanguardia

Standings[edit]

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Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification
1 Malaysia Westports Malaysia Dragons 20 15 5 1784 1562 +222 Playoffs
2 Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City 20 14 6 1603 1434 +169
3 Singapore Singapore Slingers 20 12 8 1457 1408 +49
4 Vietnam Saigon Heat 20 9[a] 11 1517 1503 +14
5 Indonesia Indonesia Warriors 20 9[a] 11 1385 1473 −88
6 Indonesia Laskar Dreya South Sumatra 20 1 19 1328 1694 −366
Source: [1]
Notes:

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  1. ^ a b Saigon Heat 4–0; Indonesia Warriors 0–4

Results[edit]

Home Away HBC INA LDS SAI SGP WMD HBC INA LDS SAI SGP WMD
Hi-Tech Bangkok City 88–50 100–91 75–59 59–51 88–82 61–53 72–65 61–57 75–96 80–88
Indonesia Warriors 73–70 100–63 61–72 65–63 88–72 61–78 62–82 73–75 91–74 89–88
Laskar Dreya South Sumatra 58–92 75–76 79–97 61–84 64–89 60–84 54–73 70–89 62–77 70–90
Saigon Heat 74–85 72–56 70–48 73–76 98–102 75–100 72–61 75–65 83–65 82–85
Singapore Slingers 78–75 80–59 62–46 77–74 57–65 75–100 72–61 75–65 83–65 82–85
Westports Malaysia Dragons 90–93 84–66 106–84 82–72 85–59 107–104 97–63 100–56 103–83 101–87

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Source: [2]
Legend: Blue = home team win; Red = away team win.

Statistical leaders[edit]

Category Player Team Stat
Points per game Dior Lowhorn Singapore Slingers 26.27
Rebounds per game Justin Williams Saigon Heat 17.65
Assists per game Avery Scharer Westports Malaysia Dragons 6.53
Steals per game Avery Scharer Westports Malaysia Dragons 2.59
Blocks per game Justin Williams Saigon Heat 4.40
Turnovers per game Justin Howard Singapore Slingers 3.88
FT% Nakorn Jaisanuk HiTech Bangkok City 1.000
3FG% Russel Low Singapore Slingers 1.000

Source:[4]

Playoffs[edit]

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The 2014 ABL Playoffs began on 29 October 2014.[5]

Semifinals Finals
           
1 Malaysia 2
4 Saigon 0
1 Malaysia 0
2 Bangkok City 2
2 Bangkok City 2
3 Singapore 0

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals is a best-of-three series, with the higher seeded team hosting Game 1, and 3, if necessary.

Team 1 Series Team 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
Westports Malaysia Dragons Malaysia 2–0 Vietnam Saigon Heat 108–90 102–92
Hi-Tech Bangkok City Thailand 2–0 Singapore Singapore Slingers 90–76 76–73

Finals[edit]

The Finals is a best-of-three series, with the higher seeded team hosting Game 1, and 3, if necessary.

Semi-final 1 winner Series Semi-final 2 winner Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
Westports Malaysia Dragons Malaysia 0–2 Thailand Hi-Tech Bangkok City 77–93 67–73

References[edit]

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  2. ^ “ABL announces departure of Commissioner & CEO”. ASEAN Basketball League. 21 February 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  3. ^ “AirAsia ABL Announces 16th July Tip Off for the 2014 Season”. aseanbasketballleague.com. 16 May 2014. Retrieved 20 May 2014.
  4. ^ Statistical Leaders
  5. ^ “AirAsia ABL Releases 2014 Schedule”. aseanbasketballleague.com. 29 May 2014.

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