FIBA Americas

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FIBA Americas
FIBA Americas logo.jpg
Formation October 11, 1975
Type Sports federation
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Membership
44 national associations
Official language
English and Spanish
President
Horacio Muratore (acting) Usie Richards (elect)
Website http://www.fibaamericas.com

FIBA Americas is a zone within FIBA (International Basketball Federation) which contains the 44 FIBA Federations located in the Americas. FIBA Americas is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The current FIBA Americas President elect is Usie Richards of the United States Virgin Islands.

National teams[edit]

FIBA Americas zones.svg

Top ten FIBA America's teams[edit]

Rank Men Points Rank Women Points
1  United States 1040.0 1  United States 1040.0
3  Argentina 455.0 7  Brazil 308.0
9  Brazil 277.0 10  Canada 251.2
15  Puerto Rico 110.0 14  Cuba 131.0
19  MexicoC 84.2 14  Argentina 112.2
20  Dominican Republic 77.2 26  Chile 38.4
25  Canada 49.0 28  Puerto Rico 34.4
26  Uruguay 40.0 30  Jamaica 27.2
29  Venezuela 31.2 30  Mexico 27.2
33  Panama 25.6 34  Venezuela 18.4

C Current zone champion

FIBA Americas competitions[edit]

FIBA Americas regional competitions[edit]

Current champions[edit]

Men's Women's U-18 Men's U-18 Women's U-16 Men's U-16 Women's
Mexico Mexico Brazil Brazil United States USA United States USA United States USA Canada Canada

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