The Kosovo national basketball team (Albanian: Përfaqësuesja e basketbollit të Kosovës, Serbian: Кошаркашкa репрезентација Косова/Košarkaška reprezentacija Kosova) represents Kosovo[a] in international men's basketball. It is controlled by the Basketball Federation of Kosovo, the governing body for basketball in Kosovo. They have been a member of FIBA since 13 March 2015. The team is coached by Brad Greenberg, who took charge in April 2017.
The Basketball Federation of Kosovo was founded in 1991. During the Yugoslavian era, Kosovo had its own Superleague and lower divisions, in both genders. In the 1990s, Kosovo declared political and sports independence from the Yugoslav system, organising its own league, based on different teams from seven major cities of Kosovo. Some basketball players from Kosovo, especially Kosovo Serbs, participated as part of the Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia.
Kosovo was not allowed to play international matches, not even friendlies by FIBA, until 2015, when the Basketball Federation of Kosovo, became an official member of FIBA and FIBA Europe. Kosovo will be part of EuroBasket qualifications for the first time, as they will compete in the EuroBasket 2017 qualification. FIBA is about to allow a lot of Kosovan players, that have already played for other national teams to play for their own country.