Real Madrid’s 2020/21 Regular Season will be remembered as a record-breaking campaign. Our team enjoyed the best Regular Season in the competition’s history after recording two unprecedented feats: the highest number of wins and the best record (34-2) and the first team to register a clean sweep of road wins (18).
Pablo Laso’s charges once again displayed an endless ability to outdo themselves. The fact that is was such an unusual season, on account of the pandemic, the absence of fans and postponed matches, along with the injuries and departures of key players, not only went unnoticed but the team performed to an even higher standard to post records that appeared to be impossible.
Best record & win percentage
With 34 wins from its 36 match-ups, Real Madrid posted the best record in ACB history (in the competition’s current format) and the best win percentage (94.4%), to surpass the excellent Regular League season recorded in the 2013/14 season, which was also achieved under Laso’s tutelage. In that season, the Whites chalked up a 32-2 record and a 94.1% win percentage.
Perfect record on the road
The madridistas also accomplished an unprecedented feat in the competition’s current format after going unbeaten in all road trips during the Regular Season. Indeed, Real Madrid won all 18 of its contests away from the WiZinK Center. In ACB history, on only one other occasion did a team go undefeated in away games. That feat was secured by Madrid in the 1984/85 season with a record of 14-0, but the competition format was very different. Under the competition’s current guise, Laso’s troops lost just one road trip in the 2013/14 season (16-1).