|Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari|
FIBA Europe Cup
|Founded||23 April 1960|
|Arena||Palasport Roberta Serradimigni|
|Main sponsor||Banco di Sardegna|
|Team manager||Federico Pasquini|
|Head coach||Vincenzo Esposito|
|Team captain||Giacomo Devecchi|
1 Serie A |
2 Italian Cup
1 Italian SuperCup
|Retired numbers||2 (12, 12)|
Polisportiva Dinamo, commonly known as Dinamo Sassari and currently known as Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari for sponsorship reasons, is an Italian professional basketball club that is based in Sassari, Sardinia. The club plays in the Italian LBA, the highest level club competition in Italian professional basketball.
Dinamo was founded in 1960, and in the past, due to sponsorship deals, has also been known as Banco Popolare Sassari (1989–90). The club plays in the Serie A (the highest level for the men's basketball competitions in Italy), since 2010.
Dinamo Sassari is notable for being the club in Italian professional basketball to have made the impressive score of 158 points scored in a single game (with no overtimes), during the 1994–95 Serie A2 regular season, versus Pallacanestro Pavia (91); which is the highest score ever made by any club in Italy.
In 1994–95 the Dinamo team scored 158 points in a regular season game without overtimes against Pavia.
In 2012 the club made its debut in Europe, when it played in the EuroCup regular season. The 2013–14 season was one of the most historic ever for the club. Banco di Sardegna Sassari won the Italian Cup, the team's first trophy. Dinamo's star player Travis Diener was named Italian Cup MVP. Later in the season Drake Diener – Travis' cousin – was named Italian League MVP. Dinamo also played in the EuroCup once again, and reached the eight-finals this time around.
Despite the third place and elimination in the Italian League semifinals in 2014, Dinamo was invited to play in the 2014–15 EuroLeague season. After Montepaschi Siena, runner-up in the Italian league, resigned the club received a B license.
Total titles: 4
- Winners (1): 2014–15
- Winners (1): 2014
Season by season
|Season||Tier||League||Pos.||Italian Cup||European competitions|
|2012–13||1||Serie A||5th||Semifinalist||2 Eurocup||RS|
|2013–14||1||Serie A||3rd||Winner||2 Eurocup||EF|
|2014–15||1||Serie A||1st||Winner||1 Euroleague||RS|
|2015–16||1||Serie A||7th||Quarterfinalist||1 Euroleague||RS|
|2016–17||1||LBA||5th||Runner-up||3 Champions League||QF|
|2017–18||1||LBA||10th||3 Champions League||RS|
|4 FIBA Europe Cup||R16|
|2018–19||1||LBA||4 FIBA Europe Cup|
|Dinamo Sassari retired numbers|
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|Dinamo Sassari roster|
Updated: August 20, 2018
Depth chart (2018–19)
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2||Bench 3|
|C||Jack Cooley||Daniele Magro|
|PF||Achille Polonara||Rashawn Thomas||Ousmane Diop|
|SF||Terran Petteway||Dyshawn Pierre||Giacomo Devecchi|
|SG||Scott Bamforth||Stefano Gentile|
|PG||Jaime Smith||Marco Spissu||Luciano Parodi|