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BBL: Würzburg loses fourth place – Bamberg misses extra play

BBL: Würzburg loses fourth place – Bamberg misses extra play

Würzburg Baskets finished the main round of the BBL in fifth place. In the 34th and final round, coach Sasa Filipovski's team lost in the decisive match to Niners Chemnitz with a score of 66:79 (24:38). Since champions Ratepharm Ulm won their away match in Braunschweig at the same time, the Lower Franconian side dropped to fifth place in the table.

This means that they will face the defending champions from Ulm with the same number of points in the quarter-finals of the play-off and will not have the advantage of playing at home in the first and perhaps decisive fifth match.

Bamberg narrowly missed out and finished the season in eleventh place

As for the Bamberg baskets, the season is over. The Upper Franconians still have a small chance of reaching 10th place and thus playing in extra time. To do this, they had to win their match in Oldenburg and at the same time Hamburg had to lose their home match against Göttingen. does not work.

Obviously, the Bambergers, who will be coached by Ulm head coach Anton Gavel next season, lost to EWE Baskets Oldenburg 84:107 (44:46). Hamburg beat Göttingen 79:66 (40:27).

Bayern Munich achieves a landslide victory at the end of the main round

Bayern Basketball Club was already confirmed to have won first place in the main round before the final round. Pablo Laso's side showed no weakness in their 101:73 (52:37) win over Rostock Seawolves and now await their opponent in the play-off quarter-finals, which will be either Ludwigsburg or Oldenburg.

Playoff pairings

  • Bayern Basketball Club – Ludwigsburg/Oldenburg
  • Alba Berlin – Bonn/Hamburg
  • Niners Chemnitz – Rasta Fishta
  • Ratipharm Ulm – Würzburg Baskets

Additional toys

  • Telekom Baskets Bonn – Veolia Towers Hamburg
  • MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg – Ewe Baskets Oldenburg

Krelheim landed for the second time

Hakro Merlins Crailsheim is the second team to be relegated from the BBL. The Merlins lost at home to Alba Berlin 83:103 and, like the Tübingen Tigers, must advance to the second division. However, MLP Academics Heidelberg beat Tübingen with a score of 93:78 on the final day of the match, thus managing to stay in the league on their own.