1987–88 First Federal Basketball League

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1987–88 Yugoslav First Basketball League
LeagueYugoslav First Basketball League
SportBasketball
Regular season
Season championsSocialist Republic of Croatia Jugoplastika
Playoffs
Finals championsSocialist Republic of Croatia Jugoplastika
  Runners-upPartizan
Yugoslav First Basketball League seasons

The 1987–88 Yugoslav First Basketball League season was the 44th season of the Yugoslav First Basketball League, the highest professional basketball league in SFR Yugoslavia.

Regular season[edit]

Classification[edit]

Regular season ranking 1987-88 Pt G V P PF PS
1. Jugoplastika 43 22 21 1 2025 1764
2. Cibona 39 22 17 5 2235 2007
3. Partizan 37 22 15 7 2066 1973
4. Smelt Olimpija 36 22 14 8 2018 1943
5. Zadar 32 22 10 12 2050 1974
6. Crvena Zvezda 32 22 10 12 1937 1997
7. IMT 31 22 9 13 2042 2106
8. Šibenka 31 22 9 13 1976 2020
9. Bosna 30 22 8 14 1992 2028
10. Borac Čačak 29 22 7 15 1839 2002
11. MZT Skopje 28 22 6 16 1858 2046
12. Budućnost 28 22 6 16 1915 2093

Playoff[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1 Jugoplastika 2
8 Šibenka 0
1 Jugoplastika 2
4 Smelt Olimpija 0
4 Smelt Olimpija 2
5 Zadar 1
1 Jugoplastika 2
3 Partizan 1
2 Cibona 2
7 IMT 0
2 Cibona 1
3 Partizan 2
3 Partizan 2
6 Crvena Zvezda 0

( Jugoplastika vs Partizan: 101-79, Partizan vs Jugoplastika: 86-80 & Jugoplastika vs Partizan: 88-67 )

The winning roster of Jugoplastika:[1]

Coach: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Božidar Maljković

Scoring leaders[edit]

  1. Dražen Petrović (Cibona) - ___ points (38.0ppg)
  2. Milan Mlađan (IMT) - __ points (30.1 ppg)[2][3]

Qualification in 1988-89 season European competitions[edit]

FIBA European Champions Cup

FIBA Cup Winners' Cup

FIBA Korać Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yugoslav basketball league standings 1945-91". nsl.kosarka.co.yu. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  2. ^ reference
  3. ^ Martinović, Dragan (22 January 2017). "DRAŽEN PETROVIĆ ILI RADIVOJ KORAĆ?". Koš magazin. Retrieved 12 February 2017.