FIBA Americas

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FIBA Americas
FIBA Americas logo.jpg
Formation11 October 1975
TypeSports federation
HeadquartersSan Juan, Puerto Rico
Membership
42 national associations
Official language
English and Spanish
President
Horacio Muratore (acting) Usie Richards (elect)
Websitewww.fiba.basketball/americas

FIBA Americas (Spanish: Confederación Panamericana de Baloncesto, French: FIBA Amériques) is a zone within FIBA (International Basketball Federation). It is one of FIBA's five continental confederations. FIBA Americas is responsible for the organization and governance of the major international tournaments in the Americas. It has 44 FIBA Federations and is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The current FIBA Americas President elect is Usie Richards of the United States Virgin Islands.

Members[edit]

Country Association National teams FIBA
affiliation
CONCECABA
Caribbean (CBC)
 Antigua and Barbuda
 Aruba Aruba Basketball Bond 1986
 Bahamas Bahamas Basketball Federation 1962
 Barbados Barbados Amateur Basketball Association 1962
 Bermuda Bermuda Basketball Association 1998
 British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Amateur Basketball Federation 1979
 Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Basketball Association 1976
 Cuba Federación Cubana de Baloncesto 1937
 Dominica Dominica Amateur Basketball Association 1976
 Dominican Republic
 Grenada Grenada National Basketball Association 1975
 Guyana Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation 1961
 Haiti
 Jamaica Jamaica Basketball Association 1962
 Montserrat Montserrat Amateur Basketball Association (MABA) 1986
 Puerto Rico Federación de Baloncesto de Puerto Rico 1957
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 Saint Lucia St. Lucia Basketball Federation 1997
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines St. Vincent and the Grenadines Basketball Association 1984
 Suriname
 Trinidad and Tobago National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago 1958
 Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Islands National Basketball 2002
 Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Basketball Federation 1964
Central America (COCABA)
 Belize
 Costa Rica Federación Costarricense de Baloncesto Aficionado 1969
 El Salvador
 Guatemala
 Honduras
 Nicaragua Federación Nicaraguense de Baloncesto 1959
 Panama
North America
 Canada Canada Basketball 1936
 Mexico Asociación Deportiva Mexicana de Básquetbol 1936
 United States USA Basketball 1934
South America (CONSUBASQUET)
 Argentina Confederación Argentina de Básquetbol 1932
 Bolivia Federación Boliviana de Basquetbol 1947
 Brazil Confederação Brasileira de Basketball 1935
 Chile Federación de Básquetbol de Chile 1935
 Colombia Federación Colombiana de Baloncesto 1939
 Ecuador Federación Ecuatoriana de Basquetbol
 Paraguay Confederación Paraguaya de Básquetbol 1947
 Peru Federación Peruana de Basketball 1936
 Uruguay Federación Uruguaya de Basketball 1936
 Venezuela Federación Venezolana de Baloncesto 1938

Top ten FIBA America's teams[edit]

FIBA Americas zones.svg


Rank Change Men Points Rank Change Women Points
1 Steady  United StatesC 836.2 1 Steady  United States 1000.0
6 Decrease 1  Argentina 617.0 5 Increase 1  CanadaC 356.0
9 Increase 1  Brazil 478.0 9 Decrease 1  Brazil 268.0
14 Increase 1  Puerto Rico 359.8 14 Steady  Cuba 127.8
15 Decrease 1  Mexico 359.5 15 Increase 1  Argentina 124.2
17 Steady  Dominican Republic 321.0 22 Steady  Puerto Rico 57.6
20 Steady  Venezuela 339.1 30 Steady  Venezuela 28.0
25 Steady  Canada 229.0 32 Decrease 7  Chile 26.4
39 Increase 1  Uruguay 160.2 33 Increase 2  Mexico 24.8
44 Steady  Panama 130.9 35 Increase 12  Colombia 19.2

C Current zone champion

Rankings as of November 28, 2017[1]

FIBA Americas competitions[edit]

National teams[edit]

Clubs[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
 United States  Canada  United States  United States  United States  United States

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA WORLD RANKING PRESENTED BY NIKE". FIBA.BASKETBALL.

External links[edit]