Basketball Bundesliga 1969/70 - Vierschanzentournee 1969/70

Basketball Bundesliga 1969/70
Order of execution 4 season
organizer DBB
Number of teams 20
Main round
Main round first North: TuS 04 Leverkusen
South: MTV 1846 Gießen
Top scorer Volkmar Knopke (Wolfenbüttel)
Play-offs
German champions TuS 04 Leverkusen

Basketball Bundesliga 1968/69

The 1969/70 season is the fourth season of the Basketball Bundesliga . The top division in German men's club basketball, until 1990 limited to the area of West Germany without the GDR , was played in two regional groups, North and South, and identified the first eight participants in the final round of the German Championship.

Season Notes

The TuSA Düsseldorf , the Post SV Hannover and the ASC Gelsenkirchen in the group north as well as the BC Darmstadt and the TG Würzburg in the group south were relegated from the top division of the previous season . Eintracht Frankfurt withdrew from the top division after two seasons. New in the top division were Berliner SV 92 , ASV Köln and USC Münster in the north group and TuS REI Koblenz , TV Kirchheimbolanden and returnees TSV 1860 Munich in the south group. The main round was in the round-robin tournamentMode within the respective regional groups. In that season, undecided game results were also included in the evaluation.

As an innovation, the first four teams in the regional groups qualified for two final groups, in which in the round-robin tournament mode, two teams from a regional group played in a final group according to the placements in the main round, with the "odd" placed teams on the " even " placed teams of the met another regional group. The two group winners in the final round went straight to the final of the German championship without a semi-final. In the final game in the sports hall in Dillingen / Saar to a duel between runner-up MTV 1846 Gießen and last year's promoted TuS 04 Leverkusen. The later record champions TuS 04 won his first title with a narrow 76:73 victory over MTV, which lost the second final in a row. One month later, TuS 04 also clearly won the cup competition in the final in Braunschweig against previous year's champions VfL Osnabrück and completed the double and a “ perfect season ” without defeat.

Final results

Main round

Group North
# team Points Around
1 TuS 04 Leverkusen 36:00 1767:1017
2 VfL Osnabrück (M) 28:80 1625:1335
3 SSV Hagen 24:12 1521:1313
4 ASV Cologne (N) 22:14 1384:1333
5 ATV 77 Düsseldorf 19:17 1382:1333
6 MTV Wolfenbüttel 16:20 1306:1415
7 Oldenburger TB 15:21 1402:1543
8 Berliner SV 1892 12:24 1338:1562
9 USC Münster (N) 08:28 1274:1708
10 Neukölln sports fans 00:36 1141:1581
Group south
# team Points Around
1 MTV 1846 Giessen (P) 32:40 1642:1277
2 PSV Grünweiß Frankfurt 30:60 1513:1203
3 USC Mainz 28:80 1494:1312
4 USC Heidelberg 25:11 1569:1382
5 USC Munich 24:12 1515:1271
6 FC Bayern Munich 15:21 1306:1255
7 TSV 1860 Munich (N) 10:26 1254:1470
8 SC REI Koblenz (N) 08:28 1216:1445
9 Heidelberger TV 1846 08:28 1185:1547
10 TV Kirchheimbolanden (N) 00:36 955:1487
(M) Preseason Master ____ (N) newcomer (climber) ____ (P) Cup winners of the previous season
Fett Qualified for intermediate round ____  relegated ____

Intermediate round

Group A
# team Siege[1] Delivered low
lying
Points Around
1 MTV 1846 Giessen 5 0 1 10:2 540:471
2 USC Mainz 8:4 516:498
3 VfL Osnabrück 6:6 515:495
4 ASV Cologne 0 0 6 0:12 423:530
Group B
# team Siege[2] Delivered low
lying
Points Around
1 TuS 04 Leverkusen 6 0 0 12:0 505:414
2 USC Heidelberg 4 0 2 8:4 457:458
3 SSV Hagen 2 0 4 4:8 426:436
4 PSV GW Frankfurt 0 0 6 0:12 441:521

 Finalists

Endgame

April 26, 1970 in Dillingen / Saar : TuS 04 Leverkusen - MTV 1846 Gießen 76:73 (35:40)

Champions team

Squad TuS 04 Leverkusen in the 1969/70 season [3]
player
No. Nat. Name birth size Info Last club
Guards (PG, SG)
GermanyGermany Dieter Kuprella 05.02.1946 184 A-Nat ASC Gelsenkirchen
GermanyGermany Jochen Pollex 06.06.1947 186 A-Nat SSV Hagen
Center (C)
GermanyGermany Norbert Thimm 21.08.1949 205 A-Nat SSV Hagen
Further
GermanyGermany Largo change
GermanyGermany Wilhelm Angermann
GermanyGermany Wolfgang Bunse
GermanyGermany Götz Grabner
GermanyGermany Klaus Greulich
Romania 1965Romania/GermanyGermany And Puscasiu
GermanyGermany Helmut Posern
GermanyGermany Heinz Schäfer
GermanyGermany Wolfgang Schmidt
Trainer
Nat. Name Position
GermanyGermany Günter Hagedorn
Legend
Abbr. meaning
A-Nat National team

literature

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. GIESSEN 46ers - Season review: MTV 1846 runner-up again (season 1969/70). Giessen 46ers , archived from the original on December 21, 2011 ; accessed on February 10, 2016 .
  2. ^ Peter Wittig: Höhenflug (beginnings up to the 1976/1977 season): 1969/1970 season. (No longer available online.) USC Heidelberg , archived from the original on December 9, 2012 ; Retrieved February 10, 2016 (Annals of the USC). Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.usc-hd.de
  3. The anniversary celebration of the old masters. Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger , April 30, 2010, accessed February 4, 2013 .