2011–12 Turkish Basketball League

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2011–12 Turkish Basketball League
League Turkish Basketball League
Sport Basketball
Number of games 240 (regular season)
Number of teams 16
Total attendance 540,756 (Average: 2,056)[1]
TV partner(s) Lig TV
Regular Season
Season champions Galatasaray Medical Park
Top scorer United States Jonathan Gibson (Trabzonspor)
TBL Playoffs
TBL Finals
Champions Beşiktaş Milangaz
TBL seasons

The 2011-12 Turkish Basketball League, officially named the Beko Basketball League for sponsorship reasons, is the 46th season of the top professional basketball league in Turkey. The regular season started on October 15, 2011 and ended on May 2, 2012.[2][3] Playoffs started on May 5, 2012

Clubs and Arenas[edit]

The league consists of the following member clubs:

Club Location Foun.Year Arena Capacity Nr.Ch. Last Year
Aliağa Petkim İzmir
1963
Enka Sport Hall
2,500
--
14th(RS)
Anadolu Efes Istanbul
1976
Sinan Erdem Dome
16,500
13
4th(RS), SF(Play-off)
Antalya BB Antalya
1995
Dilek Sabancı Sport Hall
2,500
--
8th(RS), QF(Play-off)
Bandirma Kirmizi Bandırma
2005
Kara Ali Acar Sport Hall
2,500
--
Winner (TB2L)
Banvit Bandırma
1994
Kara Ali Acar Sport Hall
2,500
--
2nd(RS), SF(Play-off)
Beşiktaş Milangaz Istanbul
1933
Beşiktaş Milangaz Arena
3,500
1
6th(RS), QF(Play-off)
Erdemir Zonguldak
1966
Erdemir Sport Hall
2,250
--
12th(RS)
Fenerbahçe Ülker Istanbul
1913
Ülker Sports Arena
13,800
5
1st(RS), Winner(Play-off)
Galatasaray Medical Park Istanbul
1911
Abdi İpekçi Arena
12,500
4
3rd(RS), RU(Play-off)
Hacettepe Üniv. Ankara
1982
Ankara Arena
10,400
--
2nd (TB2L)
Mersin BB Mersin
1993
Edip Buran Sport Hall
2,500
--
13th(RS)
Olin Edirne Edirne
2006
Mimar Sinan Sport Hall
2,100
--
7th(RS), QF(Play-off)
Pınar Karşıyaka İzmir
1966
Karşıyaka Arena
5,000
1
5th(RS), QF(Play-off)
Tofaş Bursa
1974
Bursa Atatürk Sport Hall
2,900
2
9th(RS)
Trabzonspor Trabzon
2008
Hayri Gür Arena
7,500
--
11th(RS)
Türk Telekom Ankara
1980
Ankara Arena
10,400
--
10th(RS)