Campeonato Brasileiro de Basquete

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The Campeonato Brasileiro de Basquete (English: Brazilian Basketball Championship) was the main men's professional basketball league in Brazil. The championship was organized by the Brazilian Basketball Confederation (CBB). During the 2005–06 season, the tournament was canceled due to a dispute with the NLB ("Nossa Liga de Basquete"), led by former player Oscar Schmidt.

The championship had organizational problems, and in 2004, were nicknamed "Liga do Busão" ("bus league"), due to transportation by bus, as the CBB wouldn't pay for it, and airplanes tickets were too expensive. It was later replaced by the Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB) in 2008 and organized by the Liga Nacional de Basquete (LNB).

Champions[edit]

Taça Brasil de Basquete[edit]

The Taça Brasil de Basquete (Brazilian Basketball Cup) was contested from 1965 to 1989, and was then replaced by the Campeonato Brasileiro de Basquete (Brazilian Basketball Championship).

Campeonato Brasileiro de Basquete[edit]

From 2002 on, most teams have their names with the sponsor first. In 1992, and from 1996 to 2000, the sponsor is the latter name.

Year Champion Score Runner-up
1990
Details
São Paulo (state) Ravelli/Franca 3 – 0 São Paulo (state) Lwart/Lwarcel
1991
Details
São Paulo (state) Ravelli/Franca 3 – 1 São Paulo (state) Ipê/Perdigão/Soler
1992
Details
São Paulo (state) Cesp/Rio Claro/Blue Life 1 – 0 São Paulo (state) Ipê/Banespa
1993
Details
São Paulo (state) Sabesp/Franca 1 – 0 São Paulo (state) Ipê/Banespa
1994
Details
Rio Grande do Sul Pitt/Corinthians 3 – 2 São Paulo (state) Sabesp/Franca
1995
Details
São Paulo (state) Cesp/Rio Claro 3 – 1 São Paulo (state) Dharma/Yara/Franca
1996
Details
São Paulo (state) Corinthians/Amway 3 – 1 Rio Grande do Sul Corinthians/Pony
1997
Details
São Paulo (state) Franca/Cougar 3 – 2 Rio Grande do Sul Corinthians/Pony
1998
Details
São Paulo (state) Franca/Marathon 3 – 2 São Paulo (state) Ribeirão Preto/Polti/COC
1999
Details
São Paulo (state) Franca/Marathon 3 – 2 Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama
2000
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama 3 – 1 Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo
2001
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama 3 – 0 São Paulo (state) COC/Ribeirão Preto
2002
Details
São Paulo (state) Tilibra/Bauru 3 – 0 São Paulo (state) Uniara/Fundesport/Araraquara
2003
Details
São Paulo (state) COC/Ribeirão Preto 3 – 1 Minas Gerais Unitri/Uberlândia
2004
Details
Minas Gerais Unitri/Uberlândia 3 – 0 Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo
2005
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Telemar/Rio de Janeiro 3 – 1 Minas Gerais Unitri/Uberlândia
2006
Details
Cancelled
2007
Details
Federal District (Brazil) Universo/Brasília 3 – 1 São Paulo (state) Unimed/Franca
2008
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 3 – 0 Federal District (Brazil) Universo/Brasília

Nossa Liga de Basquete (Unofficial)[edit]

In 2006, the Campeonato Brasileiro, organized by the Brazilian Basketball Confederation (CBB), was cancelled due to a legal dispute between the CBB and the Nossa Liga de Basquetebol (NLB). Winner/Limeira was the champion of the competition organized by the NLB.[1][2][3]

Year Champion Score Runner-up
2006
Details
São Paulo (state) Winner/Limeira 1 – 0 São Paulo (state) Uniara/Lupo/Araraquara

Novo Basquete Brasil[edit]

The NBB is endorsed by the Brazilian Basketball Confederation, and organized by the Liga Nacional de Basquete (LNB), in a new format of the Brazilian premier basketball league. Which is managed for the first time by 19 Brazilian basketball teams, all LNB founding members.

Year Champion Score Runner-up
2009
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 3 – 2 Federal District (Brazil) Universo/BRB/Converse
2009–10
Details
Federal District (Brazil) Universo/BRB/Converse 3 – 2 Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo
2010–11
Details
Federal District (Brazil) UniCEUB/BRB/Brasília 3 – 1 São Paulo (state) Franca
2011–12
Details
Federal District (Brazil) UniCEUB/BRB/Brasília 78 – 62
(single game)
São Paulo (state) São José
2012–13
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 77 – 70
(single game)
Minas Gerais Unitri/Universo/Uberlândia
2013–14
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 78 – 73
(single game)
São Paulo (state) Paulistano
2014–15
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 2 – 0 São Paulo (state) Paschoalotto/Bauru
2015–16
Details
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 3 – 2 São Paulo (state) Paschoalotto/Bauru
2016–17
Details
São Paulo (state) Gocil/Bauru Basket 3 – 2 São Paulo (state) Paulistano/Corpore

Titles[edit]

Including Taça Brasil, Campeonato Brasileiro, and NBB.

By team[edit]

Team Winners
São Paulo (state) Franca 11
São Paulo (state) Sírio 7
Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo 6
São Paulo (state) Monte Líbano 5
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
São Paulo (state) Corinthians
4
São Paulo (state) Bauru
São Paulo (state) Rio Claro
Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama
2
Rio de Janeiro (state) Botafogo
Rio Grande do Sul Corinthians
São Paulo (state) Palmeiras
São Paulo (state) Ribeirão Preto
São Paulo (state) São José
Rio de Janeiro (state) Telemar/Rio de Janeiro
Minas Gerais Uberlândia
Goiás Vila Nova
1

By state[edit]

State Winners
 São Paulo 34
 Rio de Janeiro 10
 Distrito Federal 4
 Goiás
 Minas Gerais
 Rio Grande do Sul
1

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