SG Braunschweig

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SG Braunschweig
Founded 1978
League Pro B
Team history SG FT/MTV Braunschweig (1978–2007)
Spot Up Medien Baskets Braunschweig (2007–2014)
DRUFF! Baskets Braunschweig (2014–Present)
Based in Braunschweig, Germany
Arena Sporthalle Alte Waage
Colors

Light blue and white

         
Head coach Romania Liviu Calin

SG Braunschweig, currently known as DRUFF! Baskets Braunschweig for sponsorship reasons, is a basketball club based in Braunschweig, Germany that plays in the third tier Pro B.

History[edit]

The team was formed in 1978 as a cooperation between the basketball sections of the clubs FT Braunschweig and MTV Braunschweig.[1] In 2000–01 the club passed its Basketball Bundesliga license to the newly founded team Metabox Braunschweig (now known as Basketball Löwen Braunschweig), and since then functions as a farm team for the Bundesliga side. From 2007 on, the team competed under the name Spot Up Medien Baskets Braunschweig for sponsorship reasons.[2]

It nowadays plays Pro B League, the German third division.

Season by season[edit]

Season Tier League Pos. Postseason German Cup European competitions
1987–88 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 6 Promoted
1988–89 1 Bundesliga Nord 12 Relegated
1989–90 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 5
1990–91 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 1 Promoted Runner-up
1991–92 1 Bundesliga Nord 6 Played European Cup
1992–93 1 Bundesliga Nord 4 Quarterfinalist
1993–94 1 Bundesliga Nord 5 Relegated
1994–95 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 5 Promoted
1995–96 1 Bundesliga 13
1996–97 1 Bundesliga 8 Quarterfinalist
1997–98 1 Bundesliga 8 Quarterfinalist
1998–99 1 Bundesliga 9 Qualification round
1999–2000 1 Bundesliga 8 Qualification round Played Korać Cup
2000–01 3 Regionalliga Nord
2001–02 3 Regionalliga Nord Promoted
2002–03 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 15
2003–04 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 13
2004–05 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 6
2005–06 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 9
2006–07 2 2. Bundesliga Nord 10 Relegated
2007–08 3 Pro B 8
2008–09 3 Pro B 6
2009–10 3 Pro B 11
2010–11 3 Pro B Nord 7 Round of 16
2011–12 3 Pro B Nord 4 Quarterfinalist
2012–13 3 Pro B Nord 6 Round of 16
2013–14 3 Pro B Nord 6 Round of 16

Notable former players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Der Verein (in German), accessed: 9 November 2012.
  2. ^ Mit neuem Namen in die neue Klasse (in German), accessed: 9 November 2012.

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