|Leagues||Lithuanian Basketball League,
Baltic Basketball League,
|Team colors||Green and white
|Head coach||Tadas Stankevičius|
|Championships||NKL Champions (2009)
LKF Cup (2013, 2014)
Krepšinio klubas Prienai is a professional basketball club based in Prienai, playing in the Lithuanian Basketball League, the Baltic Basketball League and the Eurocup. During the 2008–09 season, then called Rūdupis they became the champion of the NKL and won the challenge match for a slot in the LKL. In their debut LKL season Rūdupis took seventh place, while next two seasons brought BC Prienai two bronze LKL medals. BC Prienai played in Eurocup 2011-12 with moderate success; the team managed to win 3 games out of 6, but nonetheless failed to qualify for the next stage. More recently, the team has become a strong competitor in domestic tournaments, more than once upsetting teams such as BC Žalgiris and BC Lietuvos rytas.
|C||Dominykas Milka||Simonas Kymantas|
|PF||Martynas Linkevičius||Dovydas Šemeklis|
|SF||Vidmantas Sragauskis||Deividas Pukis|
|SG||Paulius Ivanauskas||Domantas Šeškus|
|PG||Gediminas Maceina||Kajus Okmanas|
Season by season
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Significant Events||Baltic League||Pos.||LKF Cup||European competitions|
|2009–10||1||LKL||7||Quarterfinalist||Challenge Cup||2||Second round||–|
|2010–11||1||LKL||3||Bronze medal||Elite Division||6||Third place||–|
|2011–12||1||LKL||3||Bronze medal||Elite Division||8||Fourth place||Played Eurocup|
|2012–13||1||LKL||4||Semifinalist||Elite Division||2||Champion||Played Eurocup|
- 2010–2011 season – 3rd (lost semi-finals against „Žalgiris“ 73:75, but won Bronze final against „Neptūnas“ 98:74)
- During 2008–2009 season, „Rūdupis“ first time in the club history became NKL champions. Because of that, BC „Rūdupis“ got his slot in the LKL.
- The 2009–2010 season was „Rūdupis“ debut LKL season. BC „Rūdupis“ took seventh place that season as they lost first round of LKL playoffs to Lithuania powerhouse „Žalgiris“.
- During the 2010–2011 season, BC „Rūdupis“ won LKF Cup Bronze medals and was only one step away from Gold or Silver medals as they lost 73:75 thriller against legendary Lithuania basketball club „Žalgiris“, but the surprises of BC „Rūdupis“ in the 2010–2011 season wasn't done as BC „Rūdupis“ defeated Lithuanian Basketball League champions „Lietuvos Rytas“ with result 96:82, during LKL match at their home arena in 29 March 2011. On 15 April 2011, BC „Rūdupis“ signed contract with Rolandas Alijevas until the end of the season. In the LKL semi finals „Rūdupis“ wasn't able to eliminate Lithuania basketball powerhouse „Lietuvos Rytas“ as they lost both matches (first match: 75:88, second match: 69:96). „Rūdupis“ then played against „Juventus“ in LKL Bronze final, won the first Bronze serie game at Prienai with a result 79:65, then won the second game, this time at „Juventus“ home arena in Utena with a result 98:73. The third game took place in Prienai which „Rūdupis“ won with result 84:83, thus winning the series with a result 3:0 and becoming Lithuanian Basketball League Bronze medalists for the first time in club's history. In 2011-2012 season, the team played in the Eurocup competition, finishing 3rd in the group, though failing to qualify to the playoffs. They repeated as bronze medal winners, this time defeating BC Šiauliai 3:1.
- The 2012-2013 season was moderately successful for BC Prienai. The team played in the Eurocup, but again didn't move past the group stage. The team also reached the BBL finals, and won the LKF Cup against BC Pieno žvaigždės. Despite home court advantage, BC Prienai lost to BC Neptūnas in the bronze medal series. In the 2013-2014 season, the renamed BC Tonybet again won the LKF Cup, defeating „Lietuvos Rytas“ in the finals in a huge upset. Finishing second in the LKL regular season, BC Tonybet made it to the semifinals for the fourth consecutive year, with a chance to qualify to the LKL finals for the first time in history, but lost BC Neptūnas 0:2. In the bronze medal series, the team lost to Lietuvos Rytas, finishing one of the most successful seasons in club history.