LSU-Atletas

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LSU-Atletas Kaunas
LSU-Atletas Kaunas logo
Leagues Regional Basketball League
Founded 1962
History Atletas
(1962–1998)
Topo Centras–Atletas
(1998–2004)
Hidruva–Atletas
(2004–2005)
Atletas
(2005–2007)
Aisčiai-Atletas
(2007–2008)
Aisčiai
(2008–2010)
BC Kaunas
(2010–2011)
BC Baltai
(2011–2012)
LSU-Baltai
(2012–2013)
LSU-Atletas
(2013–2014, 2015–present)
Arena Kaunas Sports Hall
Location Kaunas, Lithuania
Team colors Yellow and Light green
         
Website bcatletas.lt
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away

LSU-Atletas (Lithuanian: Lietuvos sporto universitetas + Atletas) is a professional basketball club of Kaunas, Lithuania, which was participating in the LKL and the Baltic League. In 2009, the team merged with BC Kaunas Triobet and played with the names of Kaunas, Baltai and LSU-Baltai. In 2013 club was renamed again into LSU-Atletas, which was merged with NKL champions of the same name. Atletas are also multiple time LKL finalists, and once considered to be one of the strongest teams in the LKL. Now, the team plays in the Regional Basketball League.

The NBA center Žydrūnas Ilgauskas represented Atletas at the very beginning of his career. Lithuanian basketball star Saulius Štombergas was also a key player of the team back then. Donatas Motiejūnas also played for Atletas (at the time called Aisčiai) during beginning of his career.

Former logos[edit]

Latest seasons[edit]

Season League Pos. Significant Events Baltic League Pos. LKF Cup
2008–09 LKL 6 Quarterfinalist Challenge Cup 3 Round of 16
2009–10 LKL 13 Challenge Cup 13 First round
2010–11 LKL 10 Challenge Cup 2 First round
2011–12 LKL 8 Elite Division 13
2012–13 LKL 11 Elite Division R1 Fourth round
2013–14 LKL 12 Relegated Fourth round

Remarkable former players[edit]

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