Thailand Basketball League

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Thailand Basketball League (TBL)
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2014–15 TLB season
Sport Basketball
Founded 2012
No. of teams 17
Countries Thailand (17 teams)
Official website www.tbl.basthai.org

The Thailand Basketball Leagueor TBL[1] is the highest basketball[2] league in Thailand.[3] In Thailand they have Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3. The league has a similar organization to the NBA.[4] The league will begin in from of season after the season they will begin the Playoff

History[edit]

Thailand Basketball league was started in 2012 by the Basketball Sport Association of Thailand to develop basketball[5] players in Thailand. There are Thai and foreigners player in this league. In 2012 and 2013 every teams can use 2 foreigners player on count in the same time but in 2014 the rule has changed. Each team can have only 1 foreign player on the court at a time. The champion will get 3,000,000 baths.

Teams(Men)[edit]

  • BKK Thai Krueng Sanam
  • Hitach
  • Nakorn Phantom Mad Goat
  • PEA
  • Mono Vampire
  • Thew Charoen Aksorn
  • C.A.S.
  • The Khon Kaen Raptors
  • Taksin Warrior
  • Chiang Mai
  • R Airline Chiang Mai Flying Mammoth

Teams(Women)[edit]

  • Saisaketb BC
  • Krusomsritak
  • Madgoat(sirindhorn)
  • Chang Bangrak
  • BKK Erawan Dunkers
  • Sripathum university

Regular season and Playoffs[edit]

Regular season starts in August. After the Regular season they will begin Play off by choosing the top 4 of the chart and match for two matches. The winner will go to the final play off to find the champion.

All-star teams[edit]

Every team must select 1 player to send in the All-star teams to entertain the audience.

Rule[edit]

TH this league they use international rules, but in each team can have 2 foreigner players in teams and they can use only one on a count. Another one is they can have 5 players from the Thailand team but they can use 3 on a count

References[edit]

www.tbl.basthai.org

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