2003-04 NBL Season
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2003%E2%80%9304 NBL Season
2003-04 NBL season
LeagueNational Basketball League
SportBasketball
Duration1 October 2003 - 7 March 2004
12 - 15 March 2004 (Semi-Finals)
12 - 6 April 2004 (Grand Finals)
Number of teams12
TV partner(s)Fox Sports
Regular season
Top seedSydney Kings
Season MVPMatthew Nielsen
Finals
ChampionsSydney Kings
  Runners-upWest Sydney Razorbacks
Finals MVPMatthew Nielsen
NBL seasons

The 2003-04 NBL season was the 26th season of competition since its establishment in 1979. A total of 12 teams contested the league. This season marked the first NBL season that featured the New Zealand Breakers, the first New Zealand team in the Australian competition. Also, the Canberra Cannons were replaced by the Hunter Pirates.

Regular season

The home and away season took place over 23 rounds between 1 October 2003 and 7 March 2004 with semi-finals starting 12-15 March 2004 and grand final on 24 March 2004 until 6 April 2004.

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Round 5

Round 6

Round 7

Round 8

Round 9

Round 10

Round 11

Round 12

Round 13

Round 14

Round 15

Round 16

Round 17

Round 18

Round 19

Round 20

Round 21

Round 22

Round 23

Ladder

This is the ladder at the end of season, before the finals. In all, 198 games were played, 33 for each team. The top 4 teams qualified for the finals series.

Team Pld Won Lost Last 5 Streak Home Away % Pts % Won
1 Sydney Kings 40 31 9 3-2 W2 17-4 14-5 111 77
2 Wollongong Hawks 35 25 10 2-3 L2 11-6 14-4 109 71
3 West Sydney Razorbacks 41 27 14 2-3 L2 16-5 11-9 104 65
4 Brisbane Bullets 36 23 13 3-2 L2 13-5 10-8 106 63
5 Melbourne Tigers 35 21 14 3-2 L1 12-5 9-9 101 60
6 Cairns Taipans 35 17 18 4-1 L1 12-5 5-13 101 48
7 Perth Wildcats 34 15 19 2-3 L3 13-3 2-16 98 44
8 Adelaide 36ers 34 14 20 2-3 L1 10-7 4-13 97 41
9 Townsville Crocodiles 33 13 20 3-2 W1 7-9 6-11 97 39
10 New Zealand Breakers 33 12 21 2-3 L3 8-9 4-12 94 36
11 Victoria Giants 33 11 22 2-3 W1 8-9 3-13 91 33
12 Hunter Pirates 33 2 31 0-5 L15 2-15 0-16 84 06

Finals Series

Semi Finals

(best-of-three series)

Grand Final

(best-of-five series)

Awards

Player of the month

Coach of the month

All NBL Team

References


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