Hi-Tech Bangkok City
|Hi-Tech Bangkok City|
|Leagues||ASEAN Basketball League|
|History||Thailand Tigers (2009–10)
Chang Thailand Slammers (2010–13)
SportsRev Thailand Slammers (2013)
Hi-Tech Bangkok City (2014–present)
|Arena||Thai Japanese Stadium (6,051)
Hi-Tech Gym (2,000)
|Team colours||Orange, Black
|President||Pornsak Chinawongwatana, Nipondh Chawalitmontien|
|Head coach||Jing Ruiz and Raha Mortel|
|Championships||2 (2010–11, 2014)|
The Hi-Tech Bangkok City, formerly known as the Thailand Tigers, Chang Thailand Slammers, and the Sports Rev Thailand Slammers is a professional basketball team, based in Bangkok, Thailand, that plays in the Asean Basketball League.
Hi-Tech Bangkok City play its home games at the Thai-Japanese Stadium in Bangkok.
Trophies and honours
|Hi-Tech Bangkok City roster|
In 2011, former team captain Piyapong Piroon donated his team jacket, a number of his jerseys as well as official balls from the ABL in a charity bid to aid victims of the 2011 Thailand floods. Team owner Nipondh Chawalitmontien offered to double that amount.
- Piyapong Piroon
- Attaporn Lertmalaiporn
- Kannawat Lertlaokul
- Sukdave Gougar
- Montien Wongsawangtum
- Wattana Suttisin
- Bandit Lakhan
- Nakorn Jaisanuk
- Wutipong Dasom
- Chuck Davisson / Mawinporn Soonphonthont (2009–10)
- Raha Mortel / Tongkiat Singasene (2010–11)
- Manit Niyomyindee / Felton Sealey (2012)
- Joe Bryant (2013)
- Raha Mortel / Jing Ruiz (2014–present)
- Thailand Slammers Ends Singapore Slingers' Winning Streak, jumpshot.sg, accessed 15 February 2012.
- Chang Thailand Slammers Captain Raises Money for Bangkok, aseanbasketballleague.com, accessed 15 February 2012.
- Chang Thailand Slammers official website
- ASEAN Basketball League official website
- Chang Thailand Slammers on Facebook
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