2013–14 Turkish Basketball League

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Turkish Basketball League
Champions Fenerbahçe Ülker
3rd title
Runners-up Galatasaray Liv Hospital
Semifinalists Banvit
Pınar Karşıyaka
Relegated Aliağa Petkim
Mersin BB
Teams 16
Games played 30
Top seed Banvit
TV Lig TV
Statistical leaders
Points Republic of Macedonia Darius Washington, Jr.
23.5
Rebounds United States Elijah Holman
9.4
Assists Turkey Barış Güney
7.1

The 2013-14 Turkish Basketball League, officially named the Beko Basketball League for sponsorship reasons, was the 48th season of the top professional basketball league in Turkey.

Fenerbahçe Ülker took the title, winning their 6th title. Galatasaray Liv Hospital were runners-up.

Clubs and arenas[edit]

Club Location Foun.Year Arena Capacity Last Year Head Coach
Aliağa Petkim İzmir
1963
Enka Sport Hall
2,500
11th(RS) Turkey Aclan Kavasoğlu
Anadolu Efes Istanbul
1976
Abdi İpekçi Arena
12,270
2nd(RS), SF(Play-off) Greece Vangelis Angelou
Aykon TED Kolejliler Ankara
1954
TOBB Sport Hall
2,000
7th(RS), QF(Play-off) Turkey Ercüment Sunter
Banvit Bandırma
1994
Kara Ali Acar Sport Hall
2,500
3rd(RS), RU(Play-off) Greece Dimitris Itoudis
Beşiktaş İntegral Forex Istanbul
1933
BJK Akatlar Arena
3,200
6th(RS), QF(Play-off) Turkey Ahmet Kandemir
Fenerbahçe Ülker Istanbul
1913
Ülker Sports Arena
13,800
4th(RS), QF(Play-off) Serbia Željko Obradović
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul
1911
Abdi İpekçi Arena
12,270
1st(RS), Winner(Play-off) Turkey Ergin Ataman
Mersin BB Mersin
1993
Servet Tazegül Arena
7,500
12th(RS) Turkey Mete Babaoğlu
Olin Edirne Edirne
2006
Mimar Sinan Sport Hall
2,100
14th(RS) Turkey Cem Akdağ
Pınar Karşıyaka İzmir
1966
Karşıyaka Arena
5,000
5th(RS), SF(Play-off) Turkey Ufuk Sarıca
Royal Halı Gaziantep Gaziantep
2007
Karataş Şahinbey Sport Hall
6,400
9th(RS) Slovenia Jure Zdovc
Selçuk Üniversitesi Konya
1987
Selçuk Üniversitesi Sport Hall
3,500
2nd(RS) (TB2L) Turkey Aziz Bekir
Tofaş Bursa
1974
Bursa Atatürk Sport Hall
2,900
8th(RS), QF(Play-off) Turkey Ahmet Çakı
Trabzonspor Medical Park Trabzon
2008
Hayri Gür Arena
7,500
Winner (TB2L) Turkey Hakan Demir
Türk Telekom Ankara
1980
Ankara Arena
10,400
13th(RS) Turkey Ertuğrul Erdoğan
Uşak Sportif Uşak
2006
Uşak Atatürk Sport Hall
2,000
2nd (TB2L) Turkey Ozan Bulkaz

Source: TBL Stats

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