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2007–08 Serie A (basketball)

The Serie A FIP 2007-08 was the 86th edition of the top-level Italian basketball championship. The regular season began on September 30, 2007 and ended on April 27, 2008.

The 18 participating teams played each other in home and away matches. At the end of the regular season, the first eight classified were allowed to the playoffs, while the last two were relegated in LegaDue.

Teams

Team Seasons in
Serie A
Coach Arena
Air Avellino 8 Matteo Boniciolli Palasport Del Mauro
Angelico Biella 7 Luca Bechi PalaBiella
Armani Jeans Milano 59 Attilio Caja DatchForum
Benetton Treviso 27 Oktay Mahmuti PalaVerde
Cimberio Varese 57 Valerio Bianchini PalaWhirlpool
Eldo Napoli 6 Piero Bucchi PalaBarbuto
La Fortezza Bologna 58 Renato Pasquali PalaMalaguti
Legea Scafati 2 Marco Calvani PalaMangano
Lottomatica Roma 28 Jasmin Repesa PalaLottomatica
Montepaschi Siena 22 Simone Pianigiani Palasport Mens Sana
Pierrel Capo d'Orlando 3 Romeo Sacchetti PalaFantozzi
Premiata Montegranaro 2 Alessandro Finelli PalaSavelli
Scavolini Spar Pesaro 53 Stefano Sacripanti Adriatic Arena
Siviglia Wear Teramo 5 Massimo Bianchi PalaScapriano
Snaidero Cucine Udine 8 Cesare Pancotto PalaCarnera
Solsonica Rieti 9 Lino Lardo PalaSojourner
Tisettanta Cantù 51 Luca Dalmonte PalaPianella
Upim Bologna 35 Dragan Šakota PalaDozza

Regular season

Pos Team Pts G W L PF PA
1 Montepaschi Siena 62 34 31 3 2998 2366
2 Lottomatica Roma 46 34 23 11 2878 2471
3 Air Avellino 46 34 23 11 2670 2637
4 Premiata Montegranaro 44 34 22 12 2853 2706
5 Armani Jeans Milano 38 34 19 15 2708 2666
6 Pierrel Capo d'Orlando 38 34 19 15 2941 2985
7 Tisettanta Cantù 34 34 17 17 2669 2696
8 Upim Bologna 34 34 17 17 2762 2819
9 Scavolini Spar Pesaro 34 34 17 17 2708 2776
10 Benetton Treviso 32 34 16 18 2607 2592
11 Siviglia Wear Teramo 30 34 15 19 2845 2966
12 Angelico Biella 30 34 15 19 2725 2860
13 Solsonica Rieti 28 34 14 20 2689 2773
14 Eldo Napoli 28 34 14 20 2672 2779
15 La Fortezza Bologna 26 34 13 21 2684 2731
16 Snaidero Udine 26 34 13 21 2591 2760
17 Cimberio Varese 16 34 8 26 2656 2889
18 Legea Scafati 13* 34 10 24 2587 2771
Key
Qualified for Euroleague 2008-09
Qualified for ULEB Eurocup 2008-09
Qualified for EuroChallenge 2008-09
Relegated in LegADue

* Legea Scafati was penalized by 7 points for administrative irregularities

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                         
1  Montepaschi Siena    
8  Upim Bologna    
  1  Montepaschi Siena    
  5  Armani Jeans Milano    
4  Premiata Montegranaro  
5  Armani Jeans Milano    
    1  Montepaschi Siena  
  2  Lottomatica Roma  
3  Air Avellino    
6  Pierrel Capo d'Orlando    
  3  Air Avellino  
  2  Lottomatica Roma    
2  Lottomatica Roma  
7  Tisettanta Cantù    

Coppa Italia

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                         
1  Montepaschi Siena 77  
8  Scavolini Spar Pesaro 78  
     Scavolini Spar Pesaro 80  
     La Fortezza Bologna 88  
4  Lottomatica Roma 69
5  La Fortezza Bologna 75  
       La Fortezza Bologna 67
     Air Avellino 73
3  Premiata Montegranaro 69  
6  Air Avellino 73  
     Angelico Biella 63
     Air Avellino 77  
2  Angelico Biella 75
7  Pierrel Capo d'Orlando 72  

External links

  • Serie A official website
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