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2002–03 NBL season

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Champions  Sydney Kings
Finals MVP  Chris Williams
Dates  2 Oct 2002 – 23 Mar 2003
Season MVP  Chris Williams
Finals champion  Sydney Kings
Runners-up  Perth Wildcats
Champion  Sydney Kings
Number of teams  11
Top seed  Sydney Kings
TV partner  Fox Sports
League  National Basketball League
Duration  2 October 2002 – 23 March 2003 8 – 29 March 2003 (Finals) 3 – 6 April 2003 (Grand Finals)

The 2002–03 NBL season was the 25th season of competition since its establishment in 1979. A total of 11 teams contested the league.


Regular season

The home and away season took place over 22 rounds between 2 October 2002 and 23 March 2003 with finals starting 8 March 2003 until 29 March 2003 and grand final on 3–6 April 2003.

Quarter Finals

(best-of-three series)

Semi Finals

(best-of-three series)

Grand Final

(best-of-three series)

NBL awards

  • Most Valuable Player: Chris Williams, Sydney Kings
  • Rookie of the Year: Gary Boodnikoff, Sydney Kings
  • Best Defensive Player: Glen Saville, Wollongong Hawks
  • Best Sixth Man: Stephen Black, Perth Wildcats
  • Most Improved Player: Matt Burston, Perth Wildcats
  • Coach of the Year: Ian Stacker, Townsville Crocodiles
  • References

    2002–03 NBL season Wikipedia

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